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Nyameco - Various - The Guitar And The Gun: A Collection of Ghanaian Highlife Dance Music

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  1. Kagataur says:
    Jul 06,  · But that's where, the future of Ghanaian popular dance music is really being determined. Infact some estimates put the gospel music of the Ghanaian churches as 60 or even 70 percent of the total output of the countries popular music. Only 15% of the Ghanaian population is Muslim (quite different from Nigeria) whilst 65% is now Christian.
  2. Mujind says:
    VARIOUS The Guitar & The Gun II (Wonderful UK 9-track LP compilation, a second installment of Ghanaian Highlife Dance Music for the mind, body & soul, showcasing a number of different young guitar guns going for it, great picture sleeve.
  3. JoJokasa says:
    Apr 10,  · The highlife sound was brought low, but not through any fault of its own. A new collection of Ghanaian music — The Guitar and the Gun — recorded at one of the two remaining studios, captures the sound of a music desperately struggling to survive amidst violence and penury.
  4. Neshura says:
    Discover amazing music and directly support the artists who make it.
  5. Talar says:
    YouTube History of Music: Birth of Modern Jazz 6: Song. saw issue in '46, later on LP in ' Also released in '56 was the LP, 'Dance With Me!'. During the fifties Monroe hosted 'The Vaughan Monroe Show' for CBS television. saw the issue of the LP, 'Vaughn Monroe Presents Music For Yachtsmen'. A collection of her works was released.
  6. Arazragore says:
    Dec 31,  · Music • Soyaya If they can manage to leave the couch, this Soyaya show is perfect for armchair travelers young and old. Ghanaian-born, Shoreline-based musician Mohammed Shaibu leads a .
  7. Zulkijind says:
    ONIPA exploded onto the European scene in with a unique fusion of African music and electronics, drawing on a wide range of influences: Ghanaian Hi Life, Congolese Soukous, Mali Blues, South African Shangaan Electro & Township Music, Nigerian afro-disco, Moroccan Gnawa - combined with UK dance music, jazz and hip hop.
  8. Nikozahn says:
    ELECTRIC HIGHLIFE is a set of classic eighties Highlife from Ghana. The name "Highlife" covers a lot of sins, from palm wine music to brass bands to today's hip-hop influenced disco hits. In this case it's all good: guitar dance-band music. If you are a fan of classic highlife -- and who isn't? -- .
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