Ugiagbe '91 Special (LP, Album). AGB 222. Professor Richard Ugiagbe And His Indigenous Highlife Band Of Nigeria.
Indigenous is an American blues rock group that came to prominence in the late 1990s. The band originally consisted of two brothers, Mato Nanji (Maiari) ('mah-TOE non-GEE' vocals and guitar, born 1974), Pte ('peh-TAY' bass guitar), along with their sister, Wanbdi ('wan-ba-DEE' drums, vocals), and their cousin, Horse (percussion). Their music is influenced by Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimi Hendrix and Carlos Santana. Mato Nanji's style and skill has drawn comparisons to each of these guitarists
and Associate Professor of Music in the School of. Creative and Performing Arts at Kenya Polytechnic. Scientifique and Lecturer at the É cole des Hautes. Fújì’s rise to popularity in the. 1980s coincided with the proliferation, marketing. the 1980s through the early 2000s fújì recordings. highlife-jùjú fusion music of Ebenezer Obey. created the fújì sound by combining the sákárà drum, drums from the Yorùbá dùndún ensemble and wéré-. After seeing a poster of Mount Fuji in an airport, Barrister is reputed to have named his new music.
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A1 Iruenwiense A2 Ovbiye B1 Nagbare B2 Aituayemwangbon. Leader – Professor Richard Ugiagbe.
Dan Satch & His Atomic 8 Dance Band of Aba 18. Popular Cooper & His All Beats Band – Arraino 19. Collins Oke Elaiho & His Odologie Nobles Dance Band – Simini-Yaga 20. Bola Johnson & His Easy Life Top Beats – Buroda Mase 21. The Hykkers – I Want a Break Thru’ 22. George Akaeze & His Augmented Hits – Business Before Pleasure 23. Shadow Abraham with Mono Mono Friends – Omo Yen Wu Mi 24. Leo Fadaka & The Heroes – Blak Sound 2. Etubom Rex Williams & His Nigerian Artistes – Akpaison Nigeria 1970. Highlife, afro-beat, rock, jazz & native blues rub shoulders and are turned out at an unprecedented level. New styles meet old. Newly found national confidence follows the near break up of the nation following the Biafran war. New fashions meet old, forging new fusions. Soundway presents 26 original and previously un-reissued tracks from the time.