Today’s lp comes with a request. I have asked before if there
would be anyone to help us out here. This album by One of
the most respected highlife artists is so crackly, it is a shame.
Can someone run it through a good filter to take away the
noise and then throw it back at us? the album really deserves
it. K. Gyasi’s Noble Kings Band of Ghana is one we do not
encounter on a daily basis. This lp is made with my favourite
Ghanaian guitarplayer, Eric Agyemang and vocalist Paa Thomas
Frempong. It is from 1976, launched just after their European
tour and recorded at the Island Recording Studios, London.
The tour was supposed to last for six weeks but went on for
five months, july to november 1975. They visited all the major
cities in England, Belgium and Germany, no Netherlands
unfortunately, however, in those years I wasn’t aware of
the greatness of this type of music yet. I must say,
the album sounds quite dusty during the first two
or three songs but gets better further on,
b-side same story, I hope you can help.
get it, spread it and more important,
listen and dance away..
1 Me dofo san bra
2 Nkrabea aduro
3 Me ne wo bewu
4 Babia me do wo
5 Nsem keka adooso
6 Odor kor
7 Futuo mu nsem wonka
8 Ankonam agyanka
9 Obaatan pa behwe wo mma
10 Abena kwakyewa do
Thank you DJ Moos. You’ve been posting so many good tunes it is hard to keep up!
Hi there, first of all thank you very much for your postings over the years and for keeping it up against all difficulties!!
I have some nice programms for digital audio restoration. I would like to clean your files a little bit but I need the files in wav-format. So if you could upload it and send the link to my email, you’ll get cleaned files soon 🙂
thank you so much Frank, I’ll have to get back to you,
Thank You Moos for this gem … what a nice way to begin the last month of the year!