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The Ogyatanaa Show Band - African Fire album flac

  • Performer: The Ogyatanaa Show Band
  • Title: African Fire
  • Size FLAC ver: 1810 mb
  • Country: Ghana
  • Date of release: 1975
  • Style: Highlife, African
  • Other formats: AAC MP1 VOX AAC XM MIDI VOX
  • Genre: World
  • Rating: 4.4 of 5
The Ogyatanaa Show Band - African Fire album flac

Ogyatanaa Show Band with Pat Thomas.

African Walk" by Madlib sampled The Ogyatanaa Show Band's "Disco Africa". Listen to both songs on WhoSampled, the ultimate database of sampled music, cover songs and remixes.

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Complete your The Ogyatanaa Show Band collection. referencing African Fire, LP, Album, AGL 014. Track for the Soundway comp "Disco Africa" is not on here. I actually have no clue what release that is on.

By: The Ogyatanaa Show Band (1975, Funk, Soul).

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Set track as current obsession. The Ogyatanaa Show Band. Overview (current section). Bukom Mashie, Disco Africa (Soundway Records).

Download for free and listen to The Ogyatanaa Show Band - Disco Africa. We have song's lyrics, which you can find out below. Org T The Ogyatanaa Show Band.

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Tracklist

A Yerefrefre
B1 Agya Nyame
B2 Akosua Manu
B3 Mmobrowa
B4 Bozin'
B5 Yaa Amponsah

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Ghana Films Studios Accra
  • Copyright (c) – APEMCO
  • Published By – Abibirem Publishing And Music Company
  • Printed By – Akan Press Ltd.

Credits

  • Bass Guitar – Kobina Gardiner
  • Composed By, Arranged By, Organ, Producer – Kwadwo Donkoh
  • Engineer – Jacob Sedzro, F. Kwakye*, Steve Ampah
  • Keyboards – Ofori Frimpong
  • Leader [Assistant], Percussion, Drums – Ocloo Jackson
  • Leader, Guitar – Nana Ofori
  • Liner Notes – Kwesi Yankah
  • Percussion – Nakai Nettey
  • Vocals, Percussion – Kwaku Dua, Pa Owiredu

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AGL 014 The Ogyatanaa Show Band African Fire - Yerefrefre ‎(LP, Album) Agoro Records AGL 014 Ghana 1975
AGL 014 The Ogyatanaa Show Band African Fire - Yerefrefre ‎(LP, Album) Agoro Records AGL 014 Ghana 1975



Comments (2)

Vonalij
Track for the Soundway comp "Disco Africa" is not on here. I actually have no clue what release that is on. Please help if possible.
Welahza
I had that same question. I bought this album years ago, long before there were any youtube clips to sample. Because of the two tracks originally released on the Soundway comps ("Ageisheka" and "Disco Africa") I was hoping to score a funkified, electric afrobeat thriller — as the album cover might suggest. Though this record is certainly not that, it's still really good stuff. My guess is that the Ogyataana Band recorded those songs as B-sides to more traditional Highlife singles around 1976-77. This can be seen a lot with West African bands at that time — they would release a folk song sung in their native language, and then smack a completely unexpected fuzz rock tune on the other side. The recording industry seemed to encourage the less-known groups to experiment with other sounds rather than develop and maintain their own, so you end up with a lot of artists whose repertoire goes from Pop Dendi to Afrobeat to palmwine music to highlife. Sometimes you get lucky and discover a crazy soul screamer or a disco burner, which is essentially how Soundway made a name for itself (and many other labels have done since).I'm sure the original 7-inches will find their way onto the database soon.

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