January 2, 2015

Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe & his
Nigerian Sound Makers International –
Obiajulu, Polydor 1978

Stephen Osita Osadebe, front

Stephen Osita Osadebe, back

Hello groovers, yesterday I received some really nice
feedback from one of our visitors. Obiora Obikwelu from
Minnesota USA is from Nigerian descent and grew up with
the Nigerian Highlife of Oliver de Coque, Oriental Brothers
and such. He started his own little group inspired by the
music of his ancestors and sent us some copies of their
songs to share with you. Let’s see what happens.

To begin with, some more studying material from Nigeria.
Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe is back with an album I did
not post yet. Other blogs have brought it but to complete
our Osadebe discography ( some fine day ) I didn’t want
to keep it from you and today is a good day to do so.
It’s frontsleeve is damaged quite bad but I did not find
a solid replacement. It is what it is. The rhythms
however are just breathtakingly wonderful..

Thank you Obi for your mail and it’s fantastic to hear what
came out of your Nigerian hat. I want to ask you visitors to
check youtube for their other songs, they have a few more
there to listen to. Listen to Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe
and lend an ear to the Okwute Melody Makers of Africa
as well, hope you like’m..


1 Nne di mkpa
2 Onye aghana nwanne
3 Chukwu di uso
4 Obiajulu


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  1. El Profe 2 January 2015 at 16:32 - Reply

    Happy new year to my favourite music blog !
    Keep on the great job with those amazing sounds !
    el profe

  2. Bianca 1 September 2015 at 12:28 - Reply

    my latest favorite blog as well! Learned about Osadebe in Chimamanda Adichie’s book. Good stuff indeed. And congrats to Okwute as well! Nice!

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