Sonodisc was never very respectful in their handling of their artists. Misspelling of titles and a general lack of information was quite common. But they have also shortened a few tracks. And not just "Na Lingaka Yo Yo Te". Josky's classic "Bimansha" was cut by over three minutes, as was Franco's ode to tailor "Fabrice". And there are more (but I'll save those for another post).
Of "Na Lingaka Yo Yo Te" only half of the original track survived the transition to CD. On the original album (FRAN009) the track goes on for a blissful 21 minutes; on CD8489 the track stops after just under 11 minutes.
The track, recorded in 1980, is in every aspect unique, because it is the only track of Franco without the (Tout Puissant) O.K. Jazz. Franco played almost all the instruments in this recording. Almost, because performing on bottle and synthesizer were two friends who later became influential politicians.