African Brothers’ International Band – Gyae Su,Ambassador

African Brothers Band, front, cd size

In 1963, Paa Steel Kwame Ampadu started the eight piece African
Brothers Band. After scoring a huge hit with ‘Agyanka daberemu’
in 1966, they went professional in 1967. This is the group’s second
LP and must be from about 1973 when they counted 16 members.
Fantastic Ghana highlife from one of it’s main performers. The LP
also contains Pachanga, Cha cha cha and such, check it out.

tracks;

1 Gyae su
2 Maria
3 Mene wo nante bio
4 Ehia wo a enwu
5 Kae wo wu dam
6 Owuo nim me
7 Okunu pa, pt.1
8 Okunu pa, pt.2
9 Biribi betume yen
10 Moma yenhwehwe mu
11 Julie
12 Otan wo anya deen

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17 thoughts on “African Brothers’ International Band – Gyae Su,Ambassador

  1. Man, this album is a serious classic! I’m always happy when you post Ghanaian highlife, but this is something really extraordinary. Thanks soooo much! (incidentally, mediafire’s not working at the moment, but hopefullly it will be up & running soon – can’t wait for this one)

  2. Man, this album is a serious classic! I’m always happy when you post Ghanaian highlife, but this is something really extraordinary. Thanks soooo much! (incidentally, mediafire’s not working at the moment, but hopefullly it will be up & running soon – can’t wait for this one)

  3. I was already wondering if there was anyone out there who appreciated. Damn right Calumbinho, it’s a classic. I’m also happy to see some people still have names..
    I am sorry to post so little these days, just a lot of other work. We need to earn a living you know..stay tuned..

  4. I was already wondering if there was anyone out there who appreciated. Damn right Calumbinho, it’s a classic. I’m also happy to see some people still have names..
    I am sorry to post so little these days, just a lot of other work. We need to earn a living you know..stay tuned..

  5. Hey Moos, thanks for posting this. Always appreciate and look forward to the Ghanaian Highlife LP’s more than anything else and this one’s definitely no sleeper. As a matter of fact, the African Brothers whole 70’s output is quite extraordinary. Remarkable just how many albums they put out during this period. One of the true greats of this genre. Keep the Highlife coming! Best and many thanks.

  6. Hey Moos, thanks for posting this. Always appreciate and look forward to the Ghanaian Highlife LP’s more than anything else and this one’s definitely no sleeper. As a matter of fact, the African Brothers whole 70’s output is quite extraordinary. Remarkable just how many albums they put out during this period. One of the true greats of this genre. Keep the Highlife coming! Best and many thanks.

  7. Hey Moos,

    Seriously, you are spoiling me with all these highlife oldies I never thought I would hear again. Nevertheless, I like it, so keep spoiling me, and many thanks to you.

  8. Hey Moos,

    Seriously, you are spoiling me with all these highlife oldies I never thought I would hear again. Nevertheless, I like it, so keep spoiling me, and many thanks to you.

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