Over one year ago, in july 2008, I already posted ‘Me_Poma’. It was the
Stern’s European release of this album. I bought it back in 1984 and played
it eversince. About 6 months ago I found this original. It sounds a bit
rougher then the one I knew and it contains one track less. From this copy we
learn it was written and arranged by ‘Nana Kwame Ampadu I’. I always loved
Me Poma so another posting seems absolutely justified, enjoy.
1 Me poma
3 Yeme bereo
4 Gye mani
I love the African Brothers. I’ve heard it said that Ghana Highlife IS Highlife. The African Brothers certainly give that credence. Thank you a million.
Thank-you, for all the posts…Great Blog!!
What makes you think album from 1984 and published by Agya Pa Ye? I can see nothing except AGP 006 on cover pics.
Would have thought this probably came out before Stern’s version.
Same problem ”African Brothers International Band of Ghana – Me Poma, Agya Pa Ye 1984” itself is ok but if you want to use the link within your text, you are directed to your old and asked to become re-directed to your actual blog.It was already said, it works but to have a direct lonk would be the better alternative.
Hope you’ll cirrect it.
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