March 20, 2016

Adawa King Admiral dele Abiodun
and his Top Hitters Band
Mo Kepe Oluwa, Olumo 1979

Dele Abiodun, voorkant

Alweer een flinke tijd geleden dat we hem hier zagen. Dele Abiodun
met zijn adawa sound, een vorm van juju uit Nigeria. Het begin is wat
rommelig maar als de band even later warm begint te draaien komt
het lekker op gang. Probeer het eens, lekkere talking drums maken
deel uit van de prima ritme sectie..warm weer muziek..

Already quite some time ago we saw him here. Dele Abiodun and
his adawa sound, a type of juju from Nigeria. It starts out a bit
sloppy but when the band warms up a little later they really
are getting up steam. Give this a try, nice talking drums
are part of the swell rhythm section.
..warm weather music..

titels ;

01 – Mo kepe oluwa
– Won gbagbe ojo ati sun
– Abere a lo
– E ye se abosi
– Ma rin si ibiti o wun mi
– Kosi ewu loro ejo
02 – Olufe fi eti si temi
– Ka ri owo fi jaie
– Tani dabi olorun
– Admiral dele abiodun fans club
– president adisa dosumu


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  1. Afro Tah 20 March 2016 at 21:13 - Reply

    As a Juju fan ,thanks for this sweet album from Dele Abiodon!!!

  2. Tim Harrison 21 March 2016 at 05:05 - Reply

    Dele Abiodun has always been my favourite of the juju artists and this one doesn’t disappoint. Thank you!

  3. glinka21 25 March 2016 at 01:27 - Reply

    Very nice, indeed. And it’s not as sloppy as some contemporaries of his I can think of, by any means.

  4. DJ Jonathan E. 26 March 2016 at 23:27 - Reply

    Great! Thanks for the juju . . . and the cumbia . . . and the soukous . . . and the compas . . . and all the everything else wonderful you make available.

  5. ehijie 29 March 2016 at 09:42 - Reply

    Thank you sir for the memories of my Childhood, if you have any King Sunny Ade, can you please post it here? thank you very much

    • Moos 29 March 2016 at 22:38 - Reply

      we already have 30 of his albums here, use our search-bar and find out..

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