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Osibisa is the self-titled debut album by British Afro-pop band Osibisa released in 1971 by MCA. Reissued in 2004 in a two-CD pack together with Woyaya by BGO Records. Teddy Osei – tenor saxophone, flute, African drums, percussion, vocals. Sol Amarfio – drums, percussion, vocals. Mac Tontoh – trumpet, flugelhorn, kabasa, percussion, vocals. Spartacus R (Roy Bedeau) – bass guitar, assorted percussion. Wendell Richardson – lead guitar, lead vocals. Robert Bailey – organ, piano, timbales, percussion, vocals.
The second OSIBISA album "Woyaya" was released in the same year and marked a change in their music, even when they kept the tribal sound and complex percussion they started to experiment with the organ, this album reaches their peak in the title song that closes the album an incredibly beautiful nostalgic chant "We are going, Heaven knows where we are going" surrounded. Discography: Osibisa (Studio album) 1971 Woyaya (Studio album) 1971 Heads (Studio album) 1972 Happy Children (Studio album) 1973 Osibirock (Studio album) 1974 Super Fly TNT (Soundtrack) 1974 Ojah Awake (Studio album) 1976 Black Magic Night: Live at the Royal Festival Hall (Live Album) 1977 Welcome Home (Studio album) 1977 Mystic Energy (Studio album) 1980 Live at the Marquee 1983 (Live album) 1984 Criss.
Woyaya is the second album by Ghanaian Afro-pop band Osibisa released in 1971 by MCA. Reissued in 2004 in a two-CD pack together with the self-titled album Osibisa by BGO Records. The title song was covered in 1973 by Art Garfunkel on his debut solo album Angel Clare and by the group The 5th Dimension in the album Living Together, Growing Together
Woyaya (1971) - download the album and listen online. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Woyaya (1971).
Watch the video for Woyaya from Osibisa's The Best Of Osibisa for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Woyaya: Written by Ghanaian drummer Sol Amarifio, is the title song of a 1971 album by Oisibisa, a musical group of Ghanaian and Caribbean musicians. It was frequently heard in work camps throughout central West Africa in the 1970s and 1980s. The arrangement in Singing the Journey comes from the version by Ysaye Barnwell (of Sweet Honey in the Rock). Think About The People.
Biography by j. poet. World group formed in London did much to raise awareness of African music in the early 1970s. Black Magic Night: Liv. sibisa. See Full Discography.
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|BGOCD 646||Osibisa||Osibisa / Woyaya (2xCD, Comp, Sli)||BGO Records||BGOCD 646||UK||2004|
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