Format: 2 x LP
Availability: In stock
PRE-ORDER ITEM : Expected October 27th 2016. This item will only be shipped to you on or after the official release date. Please note any orders containing pre-order items won't be shipped until all items are available, so please order this separately to avoid delays. Please remember that release dates are at the mercy of labels, distributors, and pressing plants and will change constantly.
FORTHCOMING ITEM : Expected October 27th 2016. Please click the 'EMAIL ME WHEN AVAILABLE' button to be notified when the item is in stock. Please remember that release dates are at the mercy of labels, distributors, and pressing plants and will change constantly.
Following the success of the first instalment in 2009, Analog Africa is proud to present the second volume - a selection of 13 ultra-rare tracks composed by some of the musical giants who had created a movement that rocked the West African nation throughout the '70s: legendary singer K. Frimpong; Nana Ampedu (leader of the mighty African Brothers Band); Gyedu-Blay Ambolley and his superb guest appearance with The Complex Sounds; afrobeat star Ebo Taylor, backing his son in an unreleased track called 'Children Don't Cry'; the enigmatic Rob and his unique blend of twisted afrofunk; innovative drummer De Frank; and Uppers International, with their raw Islamic funk style. More obscure artists such as Los Issufu and his Moslems, Waza Afrika 76 and Tony Sarfo and his Funky Afrosibi make northern hemisphere debuts, adding to a rich list of Ghanaian artists whose music could be transferred seamlessly to any dancefloor in the world. Three years in the making, the accompanying 44-page booklet of Afrobeat Airways 2 features an introductory essay written by Afropop Worldwide editor Banning Eyre, exploring the development of soul, funk and afrobeat during the '60s and '70s in Ghana. The remaining 30 pages are packed with interviews and biographies of the artists and producers involved in the creation of this wonderful music. Additionally, the Analog Africa team have managed to track down the photographers of the famous Modern Photo studios. To document what happened within the music scene in Ghana during that time, 400 negatives have been lent to the Analog Africa team. Samy Ben Redjeb selected 50 of the most expressive pictures to document what could well be Analog Africa's most beautiful booklet to date!
|1||Uppers International - Aja Wondo||Add to Playlist||Play|
|2||Ebo Taylor Junior - Children Don't Cry||Add to Playlist||Play|
|3||De Frank´s Band - Do Your Own Thing||Add to Playlist||Play|
|4||The Cutlass Band - Obiara Wondo||Add to Playlist||Play|
|5||De Frank & His Professionals - Waiting For||Add to Playlist||Play|
|6||The African Brothers - Wope Me A Ka||Add to Playlist||Play|
|7||Los Issufu & his Moslems - Kana Soro||Add to Playlist||Play|
|8||Waza-Afriko 76 - Loose Up Yourself||Add to Playlist||Play|
|9||Rob - Gbei Kpakpa Hife Sika||Add to Playlist||Play|
|10||Tony Sarfo & The Funky Afrosibi - I Beg||Add to Playlist||Play|
|11||K Frimpong - Abrabo||Add to Playlist||Play|
|12||Pierre Antoine & Vis-A-Vis - Say Min Sy Soh||Add to Playlist||Play|
|13||Complex Soundz - God Is Love||Add to Playlist||Play|
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