When 70s groove turned electric and took West African coast clubs by storm. In the late 1940s the influences of jazz, European and Cuban musics met on opposite banks of the Congo river to form a new style of music ? rumba. In the 1970s, Congolese musicians, bandleaders and singers began to break free from the influence of Cuban music. The Congolese sound became pure rumba rock... AMAZING COLLECTION OF IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND CONGOLESE MUSIC FROM THE 70S, ON MADLY LIMITED GATFOLD COLLECTORS VINYL PRESSING.