Dr. Congo. Early African Jazz. Beautiful and soothing. Reminds me of joy and the past all with dance.
Nico Kasanda, born in 1939 in Belgian Congo, was a pioneer of soukous music. He’s also known as Docteur Nico. In the young age of 14, he started playing in the group ‘Le Grand Kallé et l’African Jazz’ and became an influential guitarist, as a meeting with Jimi Hendrix shows. He already died in 1985 in Belgium. Listen to his piece “Zadio”: