Download Top 20, October 2020


Number One

Om de zoveel tijd bereikt mij het verzoek eens de meest
neergeladen plaatjes van de Global Groef te etaleren. Nu,
hier zijn ze dan weer eens. Je begrijpt dat door de jaren de
volgorde wel eens verandert. Ayinla Omowura staat echter
zo ferm voor op de anderen dat deze niet snel van z’n troon
zal worden gestoten. Ook Arsenio Rodriguez’ primitivo is
zo’n winnaar al is deze dus reeds een tijdje terug van
één naar twee verdreven. Loop er nog eens langs ..

Every once in so much time people request to see the list of
Global Groove’s most downloaded records. Well here they are
once again. You will understand the list changes every once in a
while, however, Ayinla Omowura sits on the throne so firmly, it
is not likely he’ll fall off soon. Another sheer winner is Arsenio
Rodriguez’ Primitivo although he went from the number One to
Two quite some time ago now. Give them another shot ..

1 – Ayinla Omowura – Ire Wole De
2 – Arsenio Rodriguez – Primitivo
3 – Alton Ellis – Sunday Coming
4 – King Tubby’s Meets Rockers Uptown
5 – Los Corraleros – Ritmo de Colombia
6 – Scientist – Heavy Weight Dub Champion
7 – Freddy McGregor – Big Ship
8 – Los Ases del Ritmo – Costa Brava vol. 1
9 – Robert Johnson – King of The Delta Blues Singers (slower version)
10 – Quatres Etoiles – Quatres Vedettes
11 – King Floyd – Groove Me
12 – Verckys et l’Orchestre Vévé – Verckys à Paris
13 – Various Artists – Cumbias Solo Cumbias vol. 1
14 – The Latin Brothers – Te Encontre
15 – Baobab à Paris vol. 2
16 – Lacksley Castell – Morning Glory
17 – Jackie Mittoo – Macka Fat
18 – John Chibadura – Kurera
19 – Peregoyo – Mi Buenaventura
20 – Various Artists – Cumbias de Colombia

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3 thoughts on “Download Top 20, October 2020

  1. So interesting. I always think of your blog as an African music blog, really it’s my go-to African music blog! But clearly it’s not only that.

    Thanks for all the work you put into GG!

  2. Thanks Moos. I’ve downloaded this album and really I have to say, I don’t appreciate this Apala style. It is the third ou fourth time I try to hear that kind of musician, but for me always the same feeling : I get bored. I have to say that my kind of interest in African music is very diverse (from Ocora releases to Fela or Rumba and Star Band de Dakar). So I’m not afraid about difficulties or ethnomusicology but in this case of Apala, I failed !
    Not a big deal, but I need to understand. So if someone can tell me ?
    Thanks.

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