Kongas are notable for starting the profession of France disco manufacturer extraordinaire Jean-Marc Cerrone, who served being a percussionist within their early years. Playing a fusion of guitar-oriented, progressive-minded rock and roll and polyrhythmic, Fela Kuti-style Afro-funk, Kongas used residency on the Papagayo membership within the French Riviera city of St. Tropez in the first ’70s. French manufacturer Eddie Barclay agreed upon the group to his Barclay label, where they obtained a minor strike solitary with “Growth,” and toured European countries, Japan, and Africa. They released a debut recording, Afro Rock and roll, in 1974; nevertheless, musical differences resulted in Cerrone’s departure for an extremely successful solo profession like a disco performer and maker, leaving article writer/maker Alec Costandinos as Kongas’ guiding impact. Cerrone came back in 1977 to create the group’s second recording, Africanism, which presented a side-long medley from the name track as well as the Spencer Davis Group’s “Gimme Some Lovin’.” 1978 brought the discharge of the 12″ solitary on the brand new York-based disco label Salsoul, which presented “Anikana-O” and “Kongas Fun,” their two best-known and most-compiled songs.
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|Her Name Was Lisa||1980||performer: "Gimme Some Lovin'" - uncredited|
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