July 16, 2012

Nana Ampadu’s African BrothersBand International
Mede Wo Ka A, Makossa Records 1984

African Brothers, front

Have you ever seen this before ? The woman on the frontcover
of this lp is the producer who arranged this lp to be released on
Makossa records. Quite extraordinary and modest not to place
your own picture on the sleeve. Nana Ampadu I is such a modest
person. He dedicated this album to Miss Comfort Boateng ( above ).
I think this is one of their better albums, I am fond of the bass
parts by Guy Emmanuel Opah. Get it now and listen to
the African Brothers Band International, sweeet…


1   Mede wo ka a
2   Ase ye do wo
3   Woyoo woyoo
4   Obi do ba


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  1. Kwabena Boakye 16 July 2012 at 13:52 - Reply

    Thank you very much Moos for bringing back Ghanaian highlife music

  2. Anonymous 16 July 2012 at 15:44 - Reply

    Dear Moos, Thank you very much for this one of Nana Ampadu and his African Brothers.
    Great Ghanian music!

  3. Anonymous 17 July 2012 at 06:14 - Reply

    Thank you!

  4. Anonymous 17 July 2012 at 12:18 - Reply

    great post moos. tract 5 brings back great memories as a kid

  5. Mike D. 18 July 2012 at 04:12 - Reply

    Whoa, never saw this one before. Anyone out there have any idea when this was released? Looking forward to checking this out. Thanks Moos.

  6. Anonymous 18 July 2012 at 14:31 - Reply

    After you listen, please buy the man’s music here;

  7. Kwabena Boakye 24 July 2012 at 04:27 - Reply

    Moos, you are right, the Bass notes in this album is one of the finest I have heard, but … The best Bass guitarist in Ghanaian highlife music, amongst the Ghana albums you have posted so far without a doubt is a guy called Maringue…featured on most of Alex Konadu’s albums, BB Collins album and other albums…

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