Goodmorning groovers, thanks for your comments and for
appreciating the few poor words. Today I was in the mood
to record us a couple of singles from Ghana. It is the second
volume of highlife singles at the GG, I picked seven 45’s we
did not hear yet. Some of them are a little scratchy and
some not, I’ve put the best ones upfront and the worst
in last position. Labels are, in chronological order,
Ambassador, Executive, Decca, Aduna, Essiebons,
Ambassador and Rainbow. Hope you like’m..
01 – Oko’s No.2 Guitar Band – Ebeye yie
02 – Oko’s No.2 Guitar Band – Owuo aye me bi
03 – Kakaiku No.2 Band – Odo afre me
04 – Kakaiku No.2 Band – Akyinkyin akyinkyin
05 – Yamoah’s Band – Sika ye de
06 – Yamoah’s Band – Saman me
07 – African Brothers Band – Meko nea obo wo
08 – African Brothers Band – Obra
09 – C.K. Mann and his Carousel ‘7’ – Ayaa mensuro
10 – C.K. Mann and his Carousel ‘7’ – Bo obra pa
11 – Kakaiku’s Guitar Band – Onua na eye
12 – Kakaiku’s Guitar Band – Sasabonsam fie
13 – African Brothers Band – Medee beba
14 – African Brothers Band – Manidaso asa
Good day & thank You very much! More & more African jewels! Have You any Mamadou Doumbia’s matherial (it will be so nice to listen for something exept his woderful Samba)? Best wishes & thanks!
Hey Jorge, do you mean Moussa Doumbia..?
He’s the one with the song ‘Samba’, that funky track.
Mamadou Doumbia’s sound is a bit different. let me know..
Thank you Moos, this makes my weekend complete. A lot of things run through my mind when I listen to these songs and I make a lot of observations as well. I have always wanted to do my little blog where i can flood it with these thoughts. I have been working on it and from the little I have seen, I can tell that what u do here is not an easy job. Thank you for all these years of hardwork. Very much appreciated.
Dear friend . Thanks for sharing your great music; May I ask you to repost Seven 7″ from Congo Vol 2 ? Many thanks in advance !
Thank you for reporting Diallo, I fixed it, cheers..