Nana Kwame Ampadu I & The African Brothers Band Int'l | Abena Fosua Wuo

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Abena Fosua Wuo

by Nana Kwame Ampadu I & The African Brothers Band Int'l

Return to the classic highlife rhythms of Ghana with a tantalizing tinge of Congolese Soukouss
Genre: World: African
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1. Wo Kunu Hwe Woa
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2. Akaatia
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3. Eno Yaa Ba
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4. Abena Fosua Wuo
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5. Omama K. Manu
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6. Daemon Ne Petias
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7. Maame Abena
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8. Wofa K.
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Nana Kwame Ampadu I, the undisputed king of Ghana highlife music teamed up with the most successful of Congo (DR) Soukous bands; The Soukous Stars to produce this album under the able direction of producer extraordinaire Mannie Mensah. The result is an upbeat, infectious, foot tapping and captivating album of Highlife music with that of contemporary Congolese Soukous music. It is music dedicated to celebration of life itself. A dance music album, which is right at the top of its genre.
Amateurs, industry professionals and connoisseurs alike are in for a treat. To really discern the sweet melodies and excellent production of Mannie Mensah every effort should be made to play this album on a properly setup Hi-fi system where the nuances and harmonies come to life. Like all previous Afrisong products this is another chart buster!!! Track # 6 which tells the story of Greek mythology Daemon & Petias is as good as they come. Enjoy the celebration of your life and let the fun begin.


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Great Cooperative Work
People like Nii Amu Quaye (from Accra I presume) are idots who dont't known what the yap about. This album has been well received all over from what I can gather. Musically it has good arrangements, live instrumentation (I'm a musician & I know what I talk about) and good lyrics. So idots like Nii Amu Quaye (Should not be listened to) who don't understand music should refrain from writing vernomous reviews about what they know not. Osei Brefa

Charles Massaquoi

The music is damn good.....
I do not understand the Ghanaian language, but the music is very good. I give credit to this artist, singing is not an easy task keep up the good job my dear brother from Ghana.