Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe And His Nigerian Soundmakers - Sound Time album flac
- Album: Sound Time
- FLAC: 1370 mb | MP3: 1890 mb
- Released: 2001
- Style: African, Highlife
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 207
- Format: RA DXD ASF DTS VOC MIDI ADX
|5||Ana Masi Ife Uwa||18:57|
|7||Nri Sorts Di Uso||9:58|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 6 44949 50012 4
Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe And His Nigerian Soundmakers – Sound Time. Label: IndigeDisc – ID495001. Format: CD, Album, Compilation.
Artist: Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe and His Nigerian Soundmakers album: Nkengas in London year: 1973 For those interested I have the entire album posted o. .
Song: "Matador Special" artist: Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe & His Nigerian Sound Makers album: Egbunam (Philips 6361 024) year: 1972 RIP Chief Stephen Osita.
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Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe. Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe. Udora Ka Mma (Peace Is the Best). Obinwanne (Brotherhood). Ndi Amuma Asi (False Prophesy). Nri Sports Di Uso. Ana Masi Ife Uwa.
Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe's career spans over 40 years, and capturing the essence of that colorful musical career is a very daunting task indeed. In March 1936, Osadebe was born in Atani, of the Ibo tribe, in Eastern Nigeria. The Ibo possess a vibrant cultural heritage often expressed in dances and songs about life and its complexities. Young Stephen Osita Osadebe loved music, but his family disapproved of music as a profession-a familiar African story, with a familiar ending. The boy ignored battled the parental ban, and left home to pursue his love, in this case, in Lagos. In 1950, the city was bustling with the new highlife sound. Although he was officially in school, Osadebe joined Stephen Amechi's highlife group as a backup singer. In time, Osadabe became Amechi's number two man, leading the band when Amechi couldn't be there.
Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe (March, 1936 - May 11, 2007), often referred to as just Osadebe, was an Igbo Nigerian highlife musician from Atani. His career spanned over 40 years, and he is one of the best known Igbo highlife musicians. His best-known hit was the 1984 single "Osondi Owendi" (Igbo: One man's meat is another man's poison . A prolific composer, Osadebe released his first album in 1958, and went on to write over 500 songs; half of which were released commercially