This album has an average beat per minute of 127 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 110/134 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Zing-Zong. Album starts at 130BPM, ends at 132BPM (+2), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Kanda Bongo Man. Soukous Time.
Kanda Bongo Man (born Bongo Kanda; 1955) is a Congolese soukous musician. Kanda Bongo Man was born in Inongo, Democratic Republic of the Congo. He became the singer for Orchestra Belle Mambo in 1973, developing a sound influenced by Tabu Ley. His solo career only started to take off after moving to Paris in 1979, where his music started to incorporate elements of then-vibrant zouk music popularized by Kassav (originating in the French West Indies).
Kanda Bongo Man Format: Audio Cassette. If by the guitar solo you are not on your feet with a tusker or primus in hand and sweat pouring down your face you probably need electro shock therapy.
Kanda Bongo Man. Zing Zong (CD, Album, RE). Hannibal Records. Kanda Bongo Man. Zing Zong (CD, Album).
Redirected from Zing Zong (album)). Zing Zong is a soukous album made by Kanda Bongo Man. The album is dedicated to the memory of Soki Vangu and his brother Soki Dianzenza (also known as Emile and Maxime Soki), who were in the earlier Zairean soukous band Orchestre Bella Bella. Both brothers died within a year of each other. Freres Soki" is a tribute to them, and "Zing-Zong" is a reworking of a Bella Bella hit, "Houleux Houleux".
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|HNCD 1366||Kanda Bongo Man||Zing Zong (CD, Album, RE)||Hannibal Records||HNCD 1366||US||Unknown|
|HNCD 1366||Kanda Bongo Man||Zing Zong (CD)||Hannibal Records||HNCD 1366||Europe||1991|
|HNCD 1366||Kanda Bongo Man||Zing Zong (CD)||Hannibal Records||HNCD 1366||US||Unknown|
|HNCD 1366||Kanda Bongo Man||Zing Zong (CD, Album)||Hannibal Records||HNCD 1366||US||1991|
|HNBC 1366||Kanda Bongo Man||Zing Zong (Cass, Album)||Hannibal Records||HNBC 1366||France||Unknown|