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Nigeria Freedom Sounds!: Popular Music & The Birth Of Independent Nigeria 1960-63

Format: gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + insert
Katalog: SJRLP 341
Veröffentlicht: 15 Jul 16
Genre: International
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Tracklist
Seite 1
1. IK Dairo & His Blue Spots - "E Ma Muu Obun Se Ya" (3:02)
2. Chris Ajilo & His Cubanos - "Ariwo" (3:29)
3. IK Dairo & His Blue Spots - "Aye Wa A Kale" (2:50)
4. Charles Iwegbue & His Archibogs - "Baby I Tire" (2:55)
5. Haruna Ishola & His Group - "Iba Awon Agba" (2:42)
Seite 2
1. EC Arinze - "Chukwu Fulu M N'anya" (3:01)
2. Victor Ola-Iya & His Cool Cats - "Cool Cats Invitation" (2:46)
3. Ganiyu Kale & His Guinea Mambo Orchestra - "Iyawo-Ile" (3:00)
4. EC Arinze - "Freedom Highlife" (2:47)
5. IK Dairo & His Blue Spots - "Bi O N Fo" (2:57)
6. Heavy Haruna Ishola & His Group - "Owo Ni Fari" (2:56)
Seite 3
1. Apolos Empire Rhythm Orchestra - "Cut Your Coat According To Your Size" (2:51)
2. EC Arinze - "Lumumba Calypso" (2:41)
3. Sammy Akpabot & His All Stars - "Save For A Rainy Day" (2:56)
4. Ishie Brothers - "Onye Oma Rosa" (2:47)
5. Godwin Omobuwa & His Soundmakers - "Look Look Look" (2:51)
6. EC Arinze - "Saturday Night" (2:44)
Seite 4
1. JO Araba & His Rhythm Blues - "Iyawo Maa Pa Mi" (3:21)
2. Godwin Omobuwa & His Soundmakers - "You Cheat Me" (2:56)
3. EC Arinze - "Ozo Emena" (2:44)
4. Tex Dandies Dance Band - "Obo Mi Ebe Mi" (2:48)
5. JO Araba & His Rhythm Blues - "Olowofuja Sawa" (3:09)
6. IK Dairo & His Blue Spots - "Omo Alara" (2:51)
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Review

While many have previously charted the vibrant Nigerian music scene of the late '60s and 1970s, few have focused on the country's earlier "first wave" of indigenous pop. Nigeria Freedom Sounds aims to do just that, celebrating a four-year period between 1960 and '63 when the country's music-makers, enthused by independence from Britain, began fusing the traditional Nigerian sounds of juju and apala with Ghanaian highlife, Caribbean calypso and mambo. As you might expect, this musical melting pot resulted in some terrifically vibrant and celebratory music, most of which was released on 7" singles. As usual with Soul Jazz, the 23-track CD of thrilling obscurities comes backed with detailed liner notes, telling the true story of Nigeria's first popular music explosion.

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