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Olaiya was a very serious-minded person who projected the highlife music throughout the entire world. He is indeed a man to emulate. He later diverted to do business and he was a successful businessman also. Moving to Lagos after finishing secondary school he found his musical calling as a trumpeter with various local bands. In he left Bobby Benson 's famous highlife orchestra to establish his own Cool Cats Band, achieving such popularity that he was chosen to play at Nigeria's Independence celebrations in Olaiya's band, rechristened the All Stars, was the launching pad for Fela Ransome-KutiVictor Uwaifo and numerous other musicians over the years.
Olaiya and the Cool Cats were also called up to perform for the Nigerian Army during the Congo Crisis of the Early '60s and the Biafran war of As highlife music receded in western Nigeria during the '70s Olaiya persisted, notching numerous hit records like "Trumpet Highlife" and "Omele 'Dele," serving as president of the Musicians Union of Nigeria, building a thriving business importing musical instruments, and establishing the Stadium Hotel in Surulere, Lagos, home of his Papingo Davalaya nightclub.
It is a worthy coda to a life well-lived. Victor Olaiya - Papingo Davalaya Dr. Victor Olaiya - Africa Dr. Victor Olaiya - Gbemi Sola Dr. Posted by John B. A while back I made a few posts devoted to to music from Aniomaor the Igbo-speaking region of Delta State in Nigeria, immediately to the west of the Niger River. This style is generally faster-paced and harder hitting than mainstream Igbo sounds.
I don't want to claim too much credit, but those write-ups may have spurred some interest in the genre, including recent reissues, Ubulu International Band Of Nigeria - Coamaj Special (Vinyl. One of the musicians I highlighted was King Ubulu. Ubulu trained as a shoemaker, but soon opened a record store in Amorji.
Because of his skill with the traditional repertoire, he was often asked to sing at funerals, naming ceremonies and other important occasions. Together with Agu Risky and a number of other musicians, he formed the Ubulu International Band in the early s. The group's first LP, Ukwuani Specialwas released in to wide acclaim, followed by a number of other releases.
In the Ubulu International Band of Nigeria recruited the late Charlie Boogie of Cameroun, who brought much animation to the group's stage show with his penchant for playing guitar and keyboards with his teeth.
In the album Onyebu Uwa NishiUbulu warned against those who would try to copy his musical technique, as it came from water presumably it was as transparent, flowing and natural as that substance. We return once again to the Niger River Deltaand some more Ijaw-language highlife music in the style known as awijiri. The rather melancholy vocals and understated guitar work of this music have grown on me over the years - I can't get enough of it!
The label and liner notes say nothing about this congregation, and give little indication as to what "style" the music is. It's within the broad spectrum of Yoruba percussion styles that we've been exploring recently. Many of his compositions deal with Islamic religious themes but apparently not the ones here. Although I know only a few words of Yoruba, I find his lyrical declamations thoroughly entrancing.
And check out the instrumental breaks from to and from to in the first track. Somebody should sample those! These social dance and praise song genres provided an urban-centered musical lingua franca, a set of stylistic coordinates for the construction of modem Yoruba identity. Each of them relied upon indigenous principles as a unifying framework for innovation At least judging from today's musical offering, Kwara System Originator Olumo ORPS 58,his "Kwara System," named after his home state, adds a few uptempo fillips to the basic sound.
I hail from Kwara State. I was born in Oro that is why many people believe I am from Oro I grew up with elderly friends and contemporaries.
I became more popular among them because I always sang during Ramadan fasting period, waking Islamic faithful in the community at dawn to observe Shaur [ Suhoor ] As a result of my talent, I became the leader of our musical group.
Thereafter, I moved to Lagos with some members of the group where I recruited others to join my group. The reason I missed it before is that it was released on Afrodisia instead of the Chief Commander's own Obey label. Around the same time Obey, having obtained the rights to his archive recordings, began releasing them on the Obey imprint, again with the WAPS prefix.
Newer recordings had reference numbers beginning with OPS. An excellent recording it is! I just realized LP) Ramadan this year begins the evening of May 5 and ends the evening of June 4. It's a little early, but I thought it would be nice if we could listen to some music from Nigeria that is intended for this auspicious occasion.
Ubulu International Band Of Nigeria - Coamaj Special (Vinyl of these genres incorporated aspects of Islamic cantillation — nasalized, tense vocal LP), melismatic text settings, microtonal melodic embellishments, and Qur'anic texts — into performances guided by Yoruba musical values and techniques.
The Society itself is a fraternal and educational association founded by Yoruba Muslim notables in It was a response to the ascendence of Christian elites and had a reformist conception of Islam which sought to reconcile it with modern ideas.
It's time for another deep dive into the world of "Igbo Blues"- real village music from southeastern Nigeria! I know nothing about Goddy and Achinkwa and their musical group. Back in the early days of online file-sharing, the album Destruction Orbitone OT by the Nigerian group the Nkengas achieved legendary status, traded far and wide and included on numerous funky mixes.
It's apparent even from a casual listening that this is a radically different recording than Destruction. What's going on here? The story, as best I can piece it together, involves a number of sessions in London in the early '70s, which produced some of Osadebe's most beloved recordings. At some point in the process members of Osadebe's backup band, the Nigeria Sound Makers, led by Victor Okoroego, defected, taking a master tape with them and marketing it as Nkengas in London.
Destructionon the other hand, is pretty much Ubulu International Band Of Nigeria - Coamaj Special (Vinyl Okoroego save for one track, "London Special," with Osadebe on lead vocals.
After Nkengas in London the group changed its name to the Ikenga Super Stars of Africawho were to achieve fame and fortune with a number of chart-topping hits. There's nothing much more I can say except if you liked that one, you'll like this one. Benson Idonije in The Guardian of Lagos reports Only recently on September 15,he almost pulled down the roof of the now popular 10 Degrees Events Center in Ikeja, Lagos. What with excitement almost reaching bursting point and applause rising to a deafening crescendo?
He was performing at a high society wedding with the Executive Governor of Ogun state, His Excellency, Ibikunle Amosun as chair person. Obey went down memory lane to remind the audience about the past.
He also came up with new songs most of which he created on the spur of the moment with the spontaneity of a prolific composer. At 76, his voice is still as strong as ever, moving with considerable ease in all the vocal registers —high, middle and low.
I remember the impact he made in the 80s while I was still in broadcasting and was organizing a scientifically credible hit parade that had Popular Music and Nigerian Social Music as its extent of enquiry. Most of his releases topped the charts and remained there almost forever where some others hit the number one slot and crashed out in no time — an indication that these were just instant hits and disposable flukes that could not stand the test of time.
Ebenezer Obey is the pioneer of modern juju music. His melodies and messages have a way of naturally growing on the people Speaking of Memory Lane, I think it's an auspicious time to post here one of the Chief Commander's recordings from the '80s, one that truly stands out for its wild inventiveness and funky chops. The tracks on this album are a complete departure from the mainstream of juju format, although Obey's style and grace of delivery is very distinct. Obey has attempted and achieved in this album a very high level of sophistication through his powerful guitar fireworks, beautiful lyrics and masterly instrumentation.
And if you like this one, be sure to check out Likembe's Ebenezer Obey archive. His early outings, with the Green Spots Band, were short, punchy compositions meant for the 7" 45 format. As LP records became the medium of choice in Nigeria, and the Green Spots mutated into the African Beats, the music stretched out, becoming languid medleys taking up whole sides of albums.
Unlike that album, which was tailored somewhat for global tastes but still greatthis one sticks to the Nigerian convention of long jams that fill each side of an LP record. This is a quick and brief post, in response to a request.
A while back I put up a post devoted to traditional Igbo village music from Nigeria, a genre sometimes called "Igbo Blues. A reader asked that I post the whole cassette, and I'm happy to oblige! This is the genuine article, real traditional Igbo women's music as it is performed in villages throughout Ala Igbo. As I wrote back then Here the full panoply of Igbo traditional instruments is displayed to great effect.
The amiri reed flute leads off, to be joined in succession by the ekwe wooden slit drumogene two-headed bell and oyo rattle. Moreover this is the sort of music one would hear this time of year. Around Christmastime Igbos from throughout Nigeria return to their home villages to spend time with family and celebrate the holy days. Musical troupes travel from household to household to perform for money.
I don't have time to discuss the lyrics and music in more detail, but I hope you will enjoy this brief village interlude! Of course, I knew Igbo-language highlife from eastern Nigeria, but this was totally unfamiliar to me. I'll admit that I didn't warm to it immediately. I devoted a Likembe post to this music ten years ago, but apart from a few cursory listens these records have mostly sat on my shelf since I got them.
Recently, though, I decided that I would sit down and sytematically digitize every single Ijaw record that I have. For the past few weeks I've been immersing myself in Awigiriand it's a revelation! I've realized that I wasn't giving this stuff a fair hearing. I had been listening to it in reference to other styles I was more familiar with, but Awigiri must be accepted on its own terms!
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