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African Brothers International Band Of Ghana - Take The Message flac album

African Brothers International Band Of Ghana - Take The Message flac album Performer: African Brothers International Band Of Ghana
Title: Take The Message
Style: Highlife, African
MP3 album: 1183 mb
FLAC album: 1410 mb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: MP1 AC3 AIFF ASF DTS MPC DXD
Genre: Folk / World music

African Brothers Band (renamed to African Brothers International Band in 1973) was a Ghanaian band and concert party formed in 1963. It was led by Nana Kwame Ampadu. イリアス: Afro Akino, The Brothers 7 Band.

Слушать песню african brothers band онлайн или скачать mp3 в хорошем качестве 320 kbps на телефон (андроид, айфон) вы можете на сайте YoSound. African Brothers International Band – Baabi a Odu Wo. 6:34. African Brothers Band – Mensu. African Brothers Band (Ghana) – Hold Your Lover Tight (Afrobeat). African Brothers Int. Band of Ghana – Abotokura. African Brothers Band – Akua Akua.

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Ghana became an independent nation in 1957. The music of Ghana often reflects a Caribbean influence, yet it still retains a flavour all its own. While pan-Ghanaian music had been developed for some time, the middle of the 20th century saw the development of distinctly Ghanaian pop music. Inspired by the American musicians, new guitar bands arose in Ghana, including Nana Ampadu& the African Brothers, The City Boys and others. Musicians such as C. K. Mann, Daniel Amponsah and Eddie Donkor incorporated new elements, especially from Jamaican reggae. The group Hi-Life International was probably the most influential band of the period, and others included Jon K, Dade Krama, Orchestra Jazira and Ben Brako. In the middle of the decade, however, British immigration laws changed, and the focus of Ghanaian emigration moved to Germany.

Tracklist

A1 JJ (Yemmoa No) 10:17
A2 Adu Twumwam 8:42
B1 Kwaata 12:50
B2 Amammre 5:26