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Experience 7

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Lanmou sé on danjé Experience 7, Guy Houllier, Yves Honore 05:05
Pou vou Experience 7 04:40
Zouk'n Love: Lov theme / Carmelina / Whilfield / Dero / Isabelle / Lanmou sé on danjé / Je m'en vais / Vivre pour toi / Sois belle Experience 7 09:17
Roro Experience 7, Guy Houllier, Yves Honore 05:12
Banzaï Experience 7 07:55
Mwen ké déviré Experience 7, Guy Houllier, Yves Honore 04:47
Souri Ban Mwen Experience 7 04:27
Ola misic la yé Experience 7, Guy Houllier, Yves Honore 05:06
Goudjoua Experience 7, Guy Houllier, Yves Honore 05:21
Anka Songe Experience 7 04:45

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Founded in 1976 by Guy Houllier (vocals) and Yves Honoré (guitar), Expérience 7 began at a turning point in West Indian music. As the kadan style faded and gave way to the increasingly popular zouk, the band focused on the roots of the former, while opening up to new musical aesthetics. Expérience 7 released a number of recordings in its first year, including the track "Wilfried" (1976) and the album Experimental Whilfried (1976). It was the following year, however, that the group enjoyed notable popular success, with the release of "Carmélina", a zouk love hit that seduced listeners. Quickly recognized for the effectiveness of their compositions, the group went on to sign a number of emblematic tracks, including "Vivre pour toi" (1977), "Roro" (1085), "Tendrement vôtre" (1983) and "Lanmou sé on danjé" (1985). Despite this critical and popular recognition, Guy Houllier and Yves Honoré decided to put an end to the group in 1986, ten years after its creation, before embarking on another project: Zouk Machine. Alongside Joëlle Ursull, Christiane Obydol and Dominique Zorobabel, the musicians crafted new hits that would become zouk benchmarks, notably "Sové lanmou", and become key figures in the history of the musical style.