Ayetoro | The Afrobeat chronicles vol 1( the jazz side of Afrobeat)

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The Afrobeat chronicles vol 1( the jazz side of Afrobeat)

by Ayetoro

jazz - world Fusion. A cool funky and original sound built around African rythms and progressive structures. Incredible arrangements rocking syncopations and hot solos make this album a must.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. From Benin to Belize
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2. Becklow Gardens (afrofunkycool)
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3. The Revenge of the Flying Monkeys
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4. Blues For the Earth Mother
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5. Yoruba Boyz Club
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Ayetoro was formed in 1996 by Funsho Ogundipe Nigerian born piano player , arranger and composer.
The band is organised as a collective and provides a vehicle for Ogundipe's creative songwriting.
His talents as a composer and arranger have allowed him to surround himself with the best talent he can find.


Jazzy solos, african and latin percussion and great writing ensure that you will be humming the tunes for some time.
Arguably the most rocking of all the afrobeat/jazz bands on ther planet!!!


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