African Brothers International Band
led by Nana Kwame Ampadu I
Osekufuo, Ambassador NP 10

African Brothers, front

African Brothers, back

You are the lucky one this weekend Thiol, I found it not so
very long ago. Another African Brothers album to get closer
to completion of their list of releases some fine day. How
many do we still have to find ? I wouldn’t know, I do know
the next big recordfair is on my doorstep. November 22 and
23 we’ll have us another opportunity to dig the crates and
boxes of hundreds of recorddealers from various countries.
If you’re interested to go, take a look at their site.
Let’s see what’s cooking for us this time, the novemberfair
is usually the better one of the two so fingers crossed..
I do understand you requested this particular record
Thiol, it is exceptional, true delight..

tracks;

1 Dee onipa asee wo akoduru
2 Osekufuo
3 Anawoma
4 Odo paa ho asem ye den

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6 thoughts on “African Brothers International Band
led by Nana Kwame Ampadu I
Osekufuo, Ambassador NP 10

  1. Wow! The money people are charging for this record is unbelievable and that is if you can find it. Thanks. Just can’t believe this.

  2. Thanks a lot for this attention Moos, I appreciate the gesture.
    For a long time I was looking for this undiscoverable and intriguing album just by its attractive cover already, I can enjoy the music now! As you said so well, we’re lucky to listen to this real gem, plus I should add in very good condition!!! According to the Gramophone Records Museum and Research Centre of Ghana, this record was released in 1971.
    Here: http://www.fondation-langlois.org/html/e/media.php?NumObjet=73360
    Related page:http://www.fondation-langlois.org/html/e/page.php?NumPage=2266

  3. Moos, the first thing I do whenever I come on this page and see a Ghana album, is SMILE … yes…it gives me joy and I look forward to coming here every time for these goodies you have to offer … as Esibo said earlier, these albums are sold for some good money but you make it possible for us who cant afford to also discover such a piece of art… I appreciate it

  4. Hi Moos,
    It is a good thing to visit your blog. I really appreciate the opportunity you give us to discover rare albums from Ghana, Nigeria, Congo, etc.
    Could you please share also albums for artists from Cote d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast)?
    Thank you.

  5. Hi Moos,

    This one’s a classic and an old favorite of mine. I remember years ago, begging one blogger who had a track up to rip me a copy to no avail. Not everyone is as generous as you 🙂 I eventually found a really nice one of my own. The beautiful sleeve is worth the price of admission alone. It’s a piece of art. Think I have around 35 or so African Brothers releases, not counting singles and I know this doesn’t scratch the surface. Nana Ampadou was a monster in terms of how prolific he was.

    Keep fighting the good fight.
    MD

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