Yesterday I thought I was posting Sikiru Ayinde Barrister but received
the following comment by Ayo;
“Moos, this is not Sikiru Ayinde Barrister. This is his protégé. He started
out as a roadie in his band, then left to form his own band. That’s why
he took his nickname. He’s simply known as Wasiu Ayinde, but he’s
gone by different names over the years. King Wasiu Ayinde Marshall,
KWAM1, and now he goes by the name K1 De Ultimate. Please post
more of his and Sikiru Ayinde Barrister’s albums.”
I clearly got mislead and make up for that mistake today.
Now this truly is Sikiru Ayinde Barrister with an album from 1981.
Heavy duty fuji from the master himself, listen and enjoy ..
Gisteren plaatste ik een album in de veronderstelling dat het de grote
Sikiru Ayinde Barrister betrof waarbij hij een ietwat andere naam had
gebruikt. Ik werd in de maling genomen door een van zijn fanatieke
volgers zoals blijkt uit het voorafgaande commentaar van Ayo hetgeen
ik niet vertaal, zie boven. Vandaag maak ik mijn stommiteit goed door
een plaatje van de meester zelf te posten. Luister en huiver met
de vette fuji sound van Alhaji ‘Chief’ Sikiru Ayinde Barrister ..
01 – Ore lope
02 – Musulumi aiye
During our Nigerian Week recently I promised to post some
Sikiru Ayinde Barrister. The album we have here is from 1985.
His albums come under various names, on this one he is called
Alhaji Wasiu Ayinde Barrister and his Talazo Fuji Commanders.
It is very powerful, the drums are just amazing here.
Barrister, 35 years of age on this occasion,
rocks like never before ..
Tijdens onze Nigeriaanse Week onlangs heb ik beloofd wat
werk van Sikiru Ayinde Barrister te plaatsen. De plaat die we
hier hebben is uit 1985. Zijn albums verschijnen onder diverse
namen, op deze noemt hij zich Alhaji Wasiu Ayinde Barrister
and his Talazo Fuji Commanders. Het is een zeer krachtige
elpee, de drumpartijen zijn super. Barrister, die
hier 35 jaar was, rokt als nimmer tevoren ..
01 – Ara mecca njo
—–Awa won ni
—–Ede loro aiye
—–Alhaji ope oluwa sukarat
02 – E ma payinde
—–Ori eye ni o peiye
—–Alhaji aliu olowo pere
—–Alhaji chief saliu adetunji
—–Tala disco series II
If we look at our fuji posts so far, we find some Kollington
Ayinla, some Sikiru Ayinde Barrister, Salawa Abeni and Micky
Adisa. Only fourteen records until now. Here’s another Kollington
Ayinla for the occasion of our Nigerian Week, I’ll post some more
Sikiru Ayinde Barrister as well in the near future. Crazy rhythms,
deep vocalisation and some Hawaian steel guitars, enjoy ..
Als we terugkijken naaar de fuji posts tot dusver vinden we
enkele Kollington Ayinla’s, enkele Sikiru Ayinde Barristers,
Salawa Abeni en Micky Adisa. Slechts veertien platen zover.
Hier is nog zo’n fijne Kollington Ayinla ter ere van onze
Nigeriaanse Week. Ik zal binnenkort ook nog eens wat
plaatsen van Sikiru Ayinde Barrister. Geniet van de
waanzinnige ritmes, diepe vokalen en wat
Hawaiaanse steel gitaren ..
01 – Wa ba mi se temi
—–Eje ka ke p’olorun
—–E fun agbe lagbara
—–Alhaji lateef atunrase
—–Alhaja airatu ariwoola
02 – Ayinla ma lo gbode
—–Iran pana pana
—–Fa baby mora
—–Diro mo o
01 – Oku gbara ahia aba
02 – Ayi ga oru ubi
03 – Annah si n’koporo ya ugwu
04 – Onye ka oguru
05 – Oke ochicho di njo
06 – Enyem akom
07 – Chi ayi ekwele ekwensu
08 – Nke uma nke ugbua sirike
01 – Ajoji ki’boni’le dule
—–Egbe afowoshere abeokuta
—–Ogun ajobo sango otta
—–Oba lipede I
—–B’aja ba nsinwin
02 – Adisa t’arawonni
—–Ogun ajobo shomolu
—–Soredegbe social members
—–Egbe alafia t’ayo
—–E di’se nyin mu
—–Egbe owo nifari
Somewhere during last week I received a request for more
Kollington Ayinla or fuji in general. Do you know these guys
already ? Strange thing if you ‘google’ Micky Adisa you’ll
find nothing and if you google Fuji Londoners you get to
Sikiru Ayinde Barrister or the Royal Talazo Fuji Londoners.
One way or the other, this an lp by Micky Adisa
& his Original Fuji Londoners,
1 Kate pamo ‘se
– Aljhaji yusuff lowode
– Afro fuji system
2 Oluwa magba agbekele wa
– Onile mo bode ki nto wole
– Alhaji ganiyu salako
Dear Groovers around the Globe, I am still enjoying my
summer break but to show a sign of life, this here post.
Zippyshare is a temporary thing and I seriously think
getting my own serverspace is the best solution for the
future. I want to say welcome back in cyberspace Nauma.
So good to see they can kill our blogs but they can’t kill
our spirits. “music has always been free, like the birds,
the water we drink, the sun and in reality there is no way
to cage music if you don’t want to kill it. have you heard
of anyone able to imprison love, passion, despair or joy ?
very few seem to remember or even understand this simple
truth but more are starting to realize it.”( great quote Nauma )
I hope you enjoy Chief Kollingtons ‘American Yankee’. Did you
know the word ‘yankees’ comes from two very common Dutch
names, ‘Jan’ and ‘Kees’ ? funny thing. The Netherlands are going
through a period of warm to hot weather at the moment and today
we’ll reach temperatures up to 38º Celsius in some parts. Perfect
occasion for a trip to the Amsterdam Vondelpark this afternoon.
The Global Groove Soundsystem will settle down under the big
trees next to Vondel’s statue from about 15.00 hrs. If you are in
the opportunity to pass by, please do. We’ll free some tropical
melodies in the open air like, samba, calypso, reggae, rumba,
son montuno, highlife, forró, juju, chimurenga, benga, ska, etc.
1 Modupe mo ji s’aye
– Aropin ni t’eniyan
– Ko seni to sonu ninu wa
– Emi ni professor master
– Ayinla bori won o
2 Mass mobilisation ( mamser )
– Mr. jumoke ogunkeye
– Mother jolomi
– Iyawo asinge
– Teleda lase
This week I received a request for some juju, fuji or apala.
It’s been some time but we had her before at the GG.
This is a type of music I enjoy once in a while but know
absolutely nothing about. The rhythms are overwhelming
and I think Queen Salawa Abeni has a huge voice,
why don’t you give it a try ?
1 Bi eye oni eye sinu
– Suru lo dara
– Asa pelu adie
– Alhaji Chief Kollington Ayinla je akeweje
– Oro ibanuje ko ni kan wa
– I love you
2 Eku odun eku iyedun
– Eyin iya eba mi re
– Apada saburu ko ni bawa
– Awa ko ni mo orori omo wa
– Ko seye to le fara we igun
– Olorun lo fun wa lorin wa ko
Another great Nigerian musician has left this world. Sikiru
Ayinde Barrister died last week, december 16 after an ilness.
Several visitors requested for some of his work and so here it is.
To honour him once more, play this record very loud and enjoy.
1 oro ibo
– Alhaji Oluwanishola Amao
2 Oluwa lo lowo
– Eni bi eni
– Alhaji Moshood Olaniyan
– Ki keke pa rere
– Late Bobby Benson
As usual in fuji music, one Chief honours the other on this
1982 album. I see a certain link between the Chiefs we know
from the New Orleans Mardi Gras, such as these,
and the Chiefs we see in fuji music. They both wear pink dresses..,
no but serieus, we better don’t compare Big Chief Jolly with
Chief Benjamin Famuyiwa. This LP was requested by
one of our visitors, enjoy it.
1 E ku odun
– Chief Benjamin Famuyiwa
– Adebayo Ogundare
2 Inu bibi ma ya lodo mi
– Alhaji Chief M.K.O. Abiola
– Alhaji Olansile Shaf Awu
– Yegede Yegede a o yale yin
Some Fuji for your sunday, and it’s about time. I received a few
comments concerning this music. A good moment to share some
of the stuff. Sikiru Ayinde Barrister is one of the heroes in the field,
he made lots of records. Check out ‘Iwa’ from 1982, rhythm sweetness.
2 Alhaji Rasaq Okoya ( eleganza )
3 Late Alhaja Sidikat Abeni
( Haruna Ishola Bello )
– Olabisi Ajala
– Owolabi Ilori
– Fuji Americano
– Singing roundabout
The more I listen to fuji, the more I like it. It’s drums can take
you on a journey, sweeet. Two big names in fuji-land, Sikiru Ayinde
Barrister and Kollington Ayinla. I think they’re both great.
1 E ye ika se
– Oromo adie fo
– Ko s’ohun tan o le fi gberaga
– Adio shile
– Won ti gbe oye fun mi
2 Pataki l’omo
– To ba jisoro mi
– Engineer Olatunji / iya suna
– Odun titun de
– Ao toro emi gesa fun enia
– Ki aiye ma gbagbe mi
A little fuji for your monday..
– E sere be
– E samin
– Late Alhaji Haruna –Ishola
– Late Alhaji F. Oriola Hassan ( Shanu-Olu )
– Alhaji Jide Okonnu ( Copperfield )
2 Ori mi ma jeki temi o gbe
– Ojo abini
– Happy birthday
– Alhaji Mukaila Adio Onabanjo
To continue we have us an album by Alhaja Queen Salawa Abeni, she
was the one with two requests so here she is. Salawa has a full and
strong voice, surrounded by all those drums this sounds fabulous.
Rare Nigerian material you don’t get to hear every day, check it
and stay tuned, there’s some great stuff yet to follow.
1 Ere lawa se
– Awa ni omode olorin
– Kosi ibi t’odabi ile
– K’eya ba mi lo ijesha
– B’araiye ngbogun
2 Oba ayeraiye
– Egbade f’alade
– Eje k’ajo jo
– Late Alhaji Taoreed Abedigba
– Owo pelu-omo
– Ise ori ranmi