Prince Adé-Oyé - Juju Music Made In R. Bénin album flac
Title: Juju Music Made In R. Bénin
MP3 album: 1521 mb
FLAC album: 1783 mb
Other formats: MPC VOX VOC ADX AAC VQF MP1
Genre: Folk and Country
After nearly 15 years as Nigeria's biggest musical draw and juju music's reigning monarch, King Sunny Ade went global in 1982 with a brief but fertile stint on the Mango label. The three albums that resulted - Juju Music, Synchro System, and Aura - gave Ade unprecedented exposure on the Western market and introduced a slew of music lovers to the sounds of Afro-pop. Juju Music was the first of Ade's Mango titles and remains the best of the lot.
Prince Ade-Oye is the maestro of juju music in Benin. As Yoruba descendent he trained under successful juju musicians in Nigeria in the early seventies. He later established his own band in his Porto-Novo (Benin) in the eighties from where he performs all over the West African coast. This latest album is an accumulation of beautiful lyrics and fine display of experience, Enjoy him, invite him, patronize him. Show more. The more you listen to this song, the happier you get. 2 years ago. This is juju-a form of Nigerian popular music associated with the Yoruba that combines electric instruments with indigenous drums and percussion. 3 years ago. Zackary Gomez we know oyinbo. joli song.
Jùjú is a style of Nigerian popular music, derived from traditional Yoruba percussion. The name comes from a Yoruba word "juju" or "jiju" meaning "throwing" or "something being thrown. Juju music did not derive its name from juju, which "is a form of magic and the use of magic objects or witchcraft common in West Africa, Haiti, Cuba and other South American nations.
Juju Music is the 1982 major label debut of Nigerian jùjú band King Sunny Adé and His African Beats. It represented the first worldwide release for Adé, who was already established in his native Nigeria as its "biggest musical draw and juju music's reigning monarch". The album was a critical and commercial success, peaking at on Billboard's "Pop Albums" chart.
Fulfilling the potential promised on his Blue Note debut, Night Dreamer, Wayne Shorter's JuJu was the first great showcase for both his performance and compositional gifts. Early in his career as a leader, Shorter was criticized as a mere acolyte of John Coltrane, and his use of Coltrane's rhythm section on his first two Blue Note albums only bolstered that criticism. Jones' playing at the time was almost otherworldly. He seemed to channel the music through him when improvising and emit the perfect structure to hold it together. Workman too seemed to almost instinctively understand how to embellish Shorter's compositions.
Only 5 left in stock (more on the way). Classic 1982 Afro-beat major label debut album from Nigerian JuJu music legend & his massive band. Each of the roughly 40 albums he has made in the last decade has sold at least 200,000 copies in a populous but underdeveloped country torn by sectarian strife. Juju Music is the 1982 major label debut of Nigerian jùjú band King Sunny Adé and His African Beats. It represented the first worldwide release for Adé, who was already established in his native Nigeria as its biggest musical draw and Jùjú music's reigning monarch. When I first heard this disc on my brother's turntable, the music lit up the inside of my head like fireworks.
Visit Afro Slabs at: afroslabs. God bless u SSP!! 8-6-2018. Dee OLABIYI - Anos atrás. oh my days, this song brings back old memories especially when we were done with WAEC in 1994 and we needed to settle score within our gals. God bless SSP and his band and also whoever that upload this for this really made my night. From The Virginia United States.
|1||Ija - Adé - Oyé Ni Mon Djè||16:26|
|2||I Ba Fun Awon Olola Adjashè/Madinatou||17:30|
|3||Adé - Oyé Ni Mon Djè, Instrumental||14:42|
- Recorded At – Nel Oliver
- Mastered At – Ansgar Ballhorn
- [Tenor Guitar] – Assogba Fredy
- Bass Guitar – Kounaso Rene Zom'Bo, Rock Dedegbé
- Bells [Agogo-Bell] – H. Gervais
- Electric Guitar [Hawai Gitarre] – Kounasso Laurent Lolo
- Keyboards – Assogba Bonito
- Lead Guitar – Zannou Guy*, Prince Adé-Oyé
- Rhythm Guitar – Adanvo Pierre
- Talking Drum – Ajinakou Pascal Gobi, Daouda Abdoulaye
- Written-By – Prince Adé-Oyé
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Label Code: 7068
- Rights Society: GEMA