Today I got this sad news, Thomas Frempong who sang lead
vocals for Dr. K. Gyasi and the Noble Kings Band died after being
sick in the hospital for some time. It just so happens I had this
album waiting to get posted so here it is now. Let’s play him
again and remember his great vocal skills. Rest in peace
Thomas, we’ll get out all records you sang on and listen
to them again and again..
1 Aye yi
2 Odo pa
3 Mada meho so
4 Okwan bi
So sad to hear about Thomas Frempong. He will be missed. On a brighter note today is King Sunny Ade's 67th birthday. Whenever you have the time can you upload on of his albums?<br /><br />Thanks<br /><br />Tony
Thanks Moos. Thomas Frempong will truly be missed dearly for all the love, care, and music he brought to all of us. Rest in peace Thomas. Ghana has lost a great legend in Highlife music.<br /><br />Maxwell
may his soul rest in peace…. he is one of the heavyweights in the "borga highlife" category…. this category was the version of highlife created by Ghanaians that migrated & were in Europe around the late 80's & early 90's….the contents & storylines were similar but the use of studio computer-programmed/assisted beats were quite obvious…later in life, the
A wonderful performer, and a link back to a time and place filled with great music. Thank you for providing this.
You can hear Thomas Frimpong's beautiful voice also on many other old highlife albums : on most of Dr. K. Gyasi's albums (Thomas Frimpong was the drummer and singer of K. Gyasi's Noble Kings), on Eric Agyemang's "Highlife Safari" and "Wonko Menko" albums,on the "Highlife Stars One" album, and on other albums released under his own name like "
Yes I forgot King Sunny Ade did just celebrate his birthday. Moos whenever you have time, it will be appreciated if you upload one of his albums.<br /><br />Demola
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hello,<br />thank you so much for remembering thomas frimpong. i heard him and the noble kings for the first time in the back of a taxicab in washington, dc…i liked it so much i asked the driver who it was — he immediately turned down the volume because he thought i was complaining…i told him no — turn it up! i've been a fan of ghanian music since then. could you kindly repost epono