Sir Chuks Nwamama And His International Dandy Orchestra Of Nigeria - Enu Mele Onye? - Sir Chuks Nwamama In The 60's download album
- Performer: Sir Chuks Nwamama
- Title: Enu Mele Onye? - Sir Chuks Nwamama In The 60's
- Genre: Country - World
- Formats: AUD DTS MP3 WMA AHX MP4 AIFF
- Style: Highlife, Soukous
- MP3 album: 1455 mb
- FLAC album: 1279 mb
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Chuks Egbolu Egwu Ya Nata Pitarkwa. Companies, etc. Distributed By – Excellent-Way Records. Arranged By, Written-By, Composed By, Concept By, Leader, Vocals, Alto Saxophone – Sir Chuks Nwamama. Backing Vocals – Khaki Nweze.
A1 Jisienu Ike A2 Enu Mele Onye? A3 Nyarinya Mafara B1 Anigbogu Special B2 Chuks Egbolu Egwu Ya Nata Pitarkwa. Distributed By – Excellent-Way Records Printed By – Poatson Graphic Arts Trade Ltd.
Label: Excellent-Way Records – EWR 015 Type: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: Nigeria Date of released: Category: Folk, World, & Country Style: African, Highlife. Genre: Folk, World, & Country. Musician: Sir Chuks Nwamama & His International Dandy Orchestra Of Nigeria.
He was one of the few artistes that stayed back in Nigeria to face the challenges in the music industry, while his contemporaries scampered abroad for greener pastures. In the mid nineties, he dropped one of the most creative Nigerian videos ever for Heart of Stone and People were mesmerized. This track stood out from his other songs and even other songs on the airwaves because it infused Rap with Reggae, the result a smash hit which still gets my head bopping till this day.
Sir Chuks Nwamama & His International Dandy Orchestra Of Nigeria - Enu Mele. Sir Chuks Nwamama & His International Dandy Orchestra Of Nigeria - Enu Mele. Folk, World, & Country. Pepsis Sound Fiesta - Uwa Zuru Onye.
His music played a very important role in Nigeria with his genre of highlife that was infused with sounds of merengue and rumba. Over the course of his 49 years in music, he put out over fifty LPs and numerous 45s and was said to have written over 500 songs; he prided himself on being a composer of music and lyrics. My own belief is that if you cannot compose your song, you are not worth being a musician, he said in the same 2004 interview with Sun News. Chief Osadebe left 5 wives and several children, many of whom live in the United States. His 1 son Obiajulu Emmanuel Osadebe who had stepped into his father’s shoes remixing some of his hit songs to keep the Osadebe legacy alive, sadly died in 2009 at the age of 43 after a brief illness.
The Vietnam war was a dominant musical theme in the '60s and '70s. Antiwar songs were much in evidence at the Woodstock festival in 1969 and were an integral part of virtually every antiwar protest march and rally. Many of these songs were banned from mainstream radio stations but found the perfect audience on the so-called "underground" or "alternative" FM stations that played the albums that became what we know today as classic rock. Richie Havens electrified the crowd at Woodstock in 1969 with his soulful rendition of "Handsome Johnny" after it first appeared on his third album, "Mixed Bag," in 1967. The song was the brainchild of Louis Gossett Jr. (before he became an Oscar-winning actor), who co-wrote it with Havens. I Ain't Marching Anymore': Phil Ochs.
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- Distributed By – Excellent-Way Records
- Printed By – Poatson Graphic Arts Trade Ltd.
- Arranged By, Written-By, Composed By, Concept By, Leader, Vocals, Alto Saxophone – Sir Chuks Nwamama
- Backing Vocals – Khaki Nweze
- Bass – I.K. Amechi
- Congas – Nnamdi Okiwelu
- Drums – Ody Ofuobi
- Lead Guitar – Rob Akpan*
- Percussion – Willie Onyeka
- Rhythm Guitar – Ezekai Onu
- Tenor Saxophone – Emma*
- Trumpet – B/wire*