The record turned out to be the smash that put the name Tunji Oyelana & The Benders on the national map. More significantly, the record’s unique sound-along with that of Fela Ransome-Kuti’s ‘Jeun K’oku’ (‘chop and quench’), which arrived mere weeks before it-signaled the emergence of a new era and a new genre in Nigerian music
A Nigerian Retrospective 1966–79. Which Way Africa? an album with a throwback of his songs. A Nigerian Retrospective 1966–79. originally composed in the 70's. Which Way Africa? – 2012. Selected filmography.
A Nigerian Retrospective 1966-79. This album has an average beat per minute of 106 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 72/150 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist A Nigerian Retrospective 1966-79. BPM Profile A Nigerian Retrospective 1966-79. Album starts at 111BPM, ends at 150BPM (+39), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing).
During the golden age of Nigerian Music in the 1970s thousand of records were produced in a wide spectrum of styles! This is a mixture of highlife, afrobeat, afrorock, funk, calypso, juju and raggae. Last Copy! 1. 9 EUR . - Jazz. A nigerian retrospective 1966-79 (3X12 lp + MP3). Soundway Records, sndwlp043. All prices are including 19% VAT excl.
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In stock now for same day shipping. Fela Kuti and Tony Allen are your key starting points when it comes to the wild frenetic Afrobeat fusion Nigeria gave us in the late 60s but dig a teeny bit deeper and you'll find multi instrumentalist Tunji is right behind them. Armed with his band The Benders, Tunji ran a tight ship and perhaps should've done with a little more recognition. Now living and gigging in London, he's curated this essential collection of tracks from Afrobeat's most prolific era. Played by.
Fantastic album, for me another window into 70's Nigerian funk. Don't hesitate to pick up this one! Reply Notify me Helpful.
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CreditsUchenna Ikonne - Liner Notes
Frank Merritt - Mastering, Processing
Tunji Oyelana - Primary Artist
Meurig Rees - Design
Nick Robbins - Mastering, Restoration
Track List - Disc 1
|2||Lisabi Egba||Tunji Oyelana||4:33|
|5||Fiya Jemi||Tunji Oyelana||5:10|
|7||Ogun Adubi||Tunji Oyelana||8:08|
|8||Agba Lo De [LP Version]||Tunji Oyelana||5:57|
|9||Iwo Ko Lo Dami||Tunji Oyelana||5:49|
|10||Omoba D'eru Ri||Tunji Oyelana||5:48|
|11||Jewele Jewele||Tunji Oyelana||5:44|
|12||To Whom It May Concern||Tunji Oyelana||2:56|
Track List - Disc 2
|2||E Gbe Mi||Tunji Oyelana||5:58|
|6||Aiye Nla||Tunji Oyelana||3:05|
|7||Koriko Nde||Tunji Oyelana||3:03|
|8||Irawo Mi||Tunji Oyelana||5:25|
|10||Agba Lode [Original 45 Version]||Tunji Oyelana||3:07|
|11||Alaru T' Onje Buredi||Tunji Oyelana||5:39|
|12||Which Way Africa?||Tunji Oyelana||9:36|