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Soul Makossa
Manu Dibango Lyrics


Makossa akeela mama
Ko mama sa maka makoosa mama ko mama sa maka makoosa mama ko mama sa maka makoosa
Heyyyy soul makossa su maiyea
Heyyyy soul makossa atteele
Heyyyy soul makossa mosoma mosoma
Heyyyy soul makossa coma coma coma coma coma coma coma coma coma coma coma
Tunga debo ombo e tunga nailso makosa
Anaamoona sisi aooo yasal makosa
Amona yeayea amona yeayea coma saou makossa
Tunga tunga umbo te tunga nesa makossa
Nikaso mama ko mama sa maka makossa
Mama ko mama sa maka makossa mama ko mama sa maka makossa
Mama ko mama sa maka makossa
Vido he he
Nadea
Heyyyy soul makossa makine
Heyyyy soul makossa mangola wakina
Heyyyy soul makossa mosama!
Heyyyy soul makossa ynot domo
Moodok! Mmmmm hmmmm
Tunga tunga umbo te tunga nesa makossa now makossa makossa makosssa makossa makossa
Bathaso mosoon
Yonse yonse batha yonse makossa
Heyyyy soul makossa
Heyyyy soul makossa
Heyyyy soul makossa
Heyyyy soul makossa
Heyyyy soul makossa
Heyyyy soul makossa
Heyyyy soul makossa
Heyyyy soul makossa
Heyyyy soul makossa ahfray way bali de salinglay makossa
Heyyyy soul makossa mondiday oak amoon oohenga akyeah
Heyyyy soul makossa nadamo ahne money money heyyyy soul makoosa musik ohano amoo

Lyrics © BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
Written by: MANU DIBANGO

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loosestudios

Nicknamed "Pappy Grove", Manu Dibango was a musical innovator whose work over six decades inspired some of the greatest artists of our time.
The Cameroonian saxophonist, who died at 86 March 24, 2020 after contracting coronavirus,



Whether it was Congolese rumba in the 1950s, disco in the 1970s or hip-hop in the 1990s, his contribution to the development of modern music cannot be overstated.



The singer, songwriter and producer then turned his attention to another genre, and was in the vanguard of the disco era in the early 1970s.



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Απόλλων Θηρευτής

Manu Dibango passed today (24/3/2020) from covid -19 virus. R.I.P.

McDoulgham

@dmodmodmo Can you read? He was not healthy anymore! Most old people do not just die because of cancer, heart disease etc. They die because of their immune system is weakened to zero, so any Tom and Harry bug can take them to their maker. Only, in the past no seriuos doctor would write on the death certificate, cause of death: flu. Now, we are obliged to write Covid, even if the old chap everything imaginable + Covid. cause of death: Covid, period.

dmodmodmo

@McDoulgham so if a 90 year old dies in an auto accident, is that also considered "dying of old age?"

Orbo

god bless this man

Anthony Victoriano

Damn 😔
Beautiful legacy blackman

Biren Vakil

SAD DO KNOW..MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE..HE WAS A LEGEND..LOVE FM INDIA.

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Arjun L Sen

Just listening to this after reading that Manu Dibango passed away. I remember listening to his music on the radio when i was a nineteen year old student in Delhi in 1975, the year after the Soul Makossa album came out. I had never heard African music before and was fascinated by the powerful rhythms and exciting tone. Now I'm nearly sixty four. The music literally whizzes me on a roller-coaster ride back down the tunnel of my life all the way to the hot, burnt, primitive Delhi of the mid seventies when the music of Africa seemed much closer to real life there than the Beatles.

francis joe

AJ.. I get you man.. My dad had these records in 75 and as a child I was sort of brought up on this music, along with Miles Davis Bitches brew.. it was an alternate world, from the synth dominated music of kraftwerk and jarre on one end, Giorgio Moroder and Abbas Pop/Disco and the Motown R&B soul funk and blues.. this just floated me back to those growing years

Arjun L Sen

@Biren Vakil great story. Thanks for sharing!

Biren Vakil

@Vishwanath Natarajan i had bought casset in 1985 and same cover..i love entire album..i love african music and also love arebic music.n also indisn sufi..thoomari n multani kafi..

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