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  1. After days of dreary and dismal weather, it was a different Friday morning. The sun rose early and shone with remarkable vigour as if to make up for the forlorn weather of preceding days. Some ebullience and optimism had returned to the nation. After five weeks of a .
  2. A: KUSIMILAYA B: I WALK A THOUSAND MILES. Melodisc Nat Atkins and his Crazy Bees Leader: O. Akinbayo A: SUMOGOLE B: TONGOROTINGIRI. Melodisc West African Rhythm Brothers A: ODUDUA B: I AM A STRANGER. Melodisc West African Rhythm Brothers Leader: Ambrose Campbell A: OBA ADEMOLA II B: LAGOS MAMBO. Melodisc Lord .
  3. Die Die b/w Kusimilaya (7" Nigeria, Parlophone (EMI) PNE Fire b/w Oni Machini (7" Nigeria, Parlophone (EMI) PNE) [A] Signature Tune / It's Highlife Time / Lagos Baby / Omuti / Araba's Delight [B] Wa Dele / Lai Se / Mi O Mo / Obinrin Le / Omo Ejo. Orise (highlife) b/w Eke (highlife) (7" Nigeria, Parlophone (EMI) NPJ XNPS/).
  4. Osadebe went through the mills of music making, and that accounted for his staying power on top of his profession. For instance, he started with what he tagged: Amakekwu, a genre that was in vogue in the s. At different times, he played Kokoma of Ghanaian heritage, Kusimilaya, which was made popular by late Adeolu Akinsanya a.k.a. Baba Eto.
  5. Feb 12,  · I Walk A Thousand Miles/Kusimilaya Ambrose Campbell, West African Rhythm Brothers Somogole/Tongorotingiri Nat Atkins and his Crazy Bees Toodle-oo Kangaroo/Hop-Skip-Jump Mambo Frank Virtuoso Rockets (Tone-Craft?) Odudua/I Am A Stranger West African Rhythm Brothers.
  6. History. Melodisc records was founded by Austrian-born American citizen Emil Edward Shalit (24 December – 23 April ) and his business partner Jack Chilkes. Melodisc began trading in London in August and soon became established as one of the first—and, at the time, the largest—independent record labels in the UK. Its offices were in Earlham Street, Covent Garden.
  7. THE NATION ON SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 23, NUC chief charges Ford fellows to help develop education From Nicholas Kalu, Calabar. T. HE Executive Secretary of the National Universities Commission.
  8. Bala Miller (–) was a Nigerian musician who was influential in the development of the highlife music scene in Nigeria.. Life. The son of Rev Miller of Zaria, a missionary who was an early Christian convert from Hausaland. Miller was born in in Pankshin, Plateau luenismobecafecourreimindthamenmo.coinfo was the last son in a family of five girls and three boys.

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