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  • Performer: Sunny Ade And His African Beats
  • Album: Sunny Ade And His African Beats In London
  • FLAC: 1673 mb | MP3: 1183 mb
  • Released: 1977
  • Country: Nigeria
  • Style: Highlife, Afrobeat, Soukous, African
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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Sunny Ade And His African Beats - Sunny Ade And His African Beats In London album flac

Tracklist

A Emi Agbadura
B Igbagbo Ndupe

Notes

Printed in England in tiny letters on bottom of back cover
Made in England on label

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SALPS 8 Sunny Ade And His African Beats* Sunny Ade And His African Beats In London ‎(LP) Sunny Alade SALPS 8 Nigeria 1977
SALPS 8 Sunny Ade And His African Beats* Sunny Ade And His African Beats In London ‎(LP) Sunny Alade SALPS 8 Nigeria 1977


King Sunny Adé - Lead Guitar, Lead Vocal, Bongos, Congas Bob Ohiri - Tenor Guitar Segun Ilori - Solo Guitar John . Recorded at: Fallout Shelter, London, Recordisk Studio, Lagos, Phonokisc Studio, Ijebu (Ogun State).

King Sunny Ade came on the scene in 1966 and made his first record in 1967. He became an international star across Africa during the mid-1980s, touring and gaining a significant audience in the United States and Europe as well. He is known as 'the Minister of Enjoyment' or 'the King Of Juju Music' (Juju is the prime popular music of the Yoruba people).

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King Sunny Adé (Sunday Adeniyi, born 1946) is by far the most popular performer of Nigerian Jùjú music. With his band, King Sunny Ade and His African Beats, King Sunny Ade became an international star across Africa during the mid-1980s, touring and gaining a significant audience in the United States and Europe as well. He is known as the Minister of Enjoyment. Born to a Nigerian royal family in Ondo, Ade lef. riginal source Last. King Sunny Adé And His African Beats,Sunny Alade,1983. King Sunny Adé And His African Beats Sunny Alade,1982. King Sunny Adé And His African Beats,Sunny Alade,1982. King Sunny Adé And His African Beats Mango,1983. King Sunny Adé And His African Beats,Mango,1983.

King Sunny Adé, along with Fela Kuti, was a central player in bringing African pop music to the world. Is a major international release a strange choice for my usual showcase of rarities/oddities? This record combines the new and novel studio technologies (for 1983-84), like drum machines and synths, with traditional talking drums and good ol’ electric guitars, resulting in brilliant nch funkiness. So many styles of African music have been enhanced by electronic instuments over the years, but few have risen to such sublime heights

We had a ‘Syncro System’ lp on the Brittish ‘Island’ label from ’83 and we had an album on ‘Sunny Alade Records’ from 1983 with the title ‘Syncro Series’. This is the original movement from a couple of years before them. The bassplayer on a-side really stands out and catches a lot of attention. Quite different tracks than on the other two albums, different titles as well tracks; 1 Syncro system movements 2 Ni’bi lekeleke gbe nfo’so – Gbogbo wa l’ope – Ori olowo – Asiko ni. This entry was p. .