Sir Steady Arobby & His International Brothers Dance Band Of Nigeria
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On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label EMI (catalog number NEMI (LP) 0196). Format of the release is. Vinyl, LP. The album included the following session artists: Leader.
While Rogana Ottah & His Black Heroes kick off "Psychedelic Shoes" with an ominous dose of organ and drum funk, the tune quickly shifts into an entrancing meld of atmospheric juju and Afrobeat. Mundiya Loju," by . Jaiyesimi & His Crescent Bros. closes the set with a lovely call-and-response psych juju tune from the mid-'70s with freaky, trippy, heavily reverbed guitars, pointillistic bass, and bubbling, rolling hand drums and amplified kalimbas. Steady Arobby, Bob Fred. International Brothers Band.
The Harmony Kings International Band were off and running, releasing their eponymous first album on the local Benin City label Ekimogun Records in 1977. However, it was not until 1981 that the band scored their first smash hit: The album Harmony Kings International Band Led by Franco Lee Ezute is popularly known as Ethiope Social Club, for its sidelong floor-filler of the same name which made the LP a bestseller and perennial party essential across Igboland, further solidifying Anioma sound as a cornerstone of modern Igbo. So tight was his stewardship of his band that fans bestowed him with the honorific of General, and also the title of Ndokwa Number One Highlife King. The new Anioma sound suffered a blow in 1986 when its avatar, Ali Chukwuma, died from liver failure.
A1 Ekeneke Bu Olu A2 Aroby Egwu B1 Oku Weni Agwu B2 Egwu Mme Ni Otum. Producer – Sir Steady Arobby & His International Brothers Dance Band Of Nigeria.
Christogonus Ezebuiro Obinna (1947 – 2 June 1999), alias Dr. Sir Warrior, was the leader of the Oriental Brothers International Band which was famous in the Nigerian Igbo highlife music scene for several decades. He performed primarily in Nigeria, as well as performing internationally in places such as London and the United States of America with his crew. Originally, the founder of the group is Ferdinand Emeka Opara.
oriental brothes international band. One of the most successful bands in Nigeria during the 1970s, the Oriental Brothers have continued to record as a variety of splintered off bands. These have included Dr. Sir Warrior His Oriental Brothers International, Prince Ichita the Great Oriental Brothers International Band, and the Oriental Brothers International.