I was completely stunned when I first listened to this.
And then I went on to research what the deal with Orchestre de La Paillote is and discovered that in 1959: The newly independent state of Guinea, led by president Sekou Toure, established a number of music groups, competitions and festivals throughout the country to play the traditional music of Guinea rather than the European styles that were popular in the colonial period. The first orchestra to be founded was the Syli Orchestre National, its musicians drawn from the finest talents of the new nation.
Unfortunately, almost immediately upon ascending to power, Touré declared his Parti démocratique de Guinée (PDG) to be the only legal party :(.. Anyhoo, yes to massive anti-colonial efforts, no to dictatorial rule. (I have a ton more to say on this, but I'll just leave it at that for now...)