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I.K. Dairo M.B.E. And His Blue Spots - Ashiko Music flac album

I.K. Dairo M.B.E. And His Blue Spots - Ashiko Music flac album
Ashiko Music
I.K. Dairo M.B.E. And His Blue Spots
African, Highlife
FLAC album size:
1950 mb
Other formats:
4.3 ✪

And His Blue Spots collection.

4 Partial discography of . Dairo and the Blue Spots. IK Dairo later pursued various manual tasks after his firing and was able to save enough money to move to Ibadan, where Daniel Ojoge, a pioneer Jùjú musician usually played  . With a lot of prominent Yoruba patrons at the venue, . Dairo showcased his style of jùjú music and earned attention and admiration from other Yoruba patrons present, many of whom later invited him to gigs during cultural celebrations or just lavish parties. In the early 1960s, he changed the band's name to Blue Spots and he also won a competition televised in Western Nigeria to showcase the various talents in jùjú music.

Odun To Wole Odun Ire. Top Songs . Eko Nile Ayo. Ashiko Music.

Label:Decca ‎ Series:Decca West African Series – Format:Vinyl, LP, Album Country:UK Released:1971 Tracklist A1 Odun To . .

Dairo & His Blue Spots. Cassette - Xenophile. The leader (and one of the creators) of the juju sound, IK Dairo (master of the British Empire) recorded Ashiko in 1992 after finding an overwhelmingly willing audience for his music while on tour in the . The concept of the album was to combine old hits with new songs. By the time of the album, he had been playing consistently for some 35 years, and that experience shows in the sound. This is juju at one of its highest levels. By using only the core of his Blue Spots band, Dairo was able to make a cleaner, crisper sound than many of his older works. Dairo plays his usual juju instruments,.

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A1 Odun To Wole Odun Ire (Yoruba - Juju)
A2 Eko Nile Ayo (Yoruba - Juju)
A3 Se Ni Ma Bimo Lemo (Yoruba - Juju)
B1 Eba Mi Tewo Adura Soke (Yoruba - Juju)
B2 Jesus Lalabaro Mi (Yoruba - Juju)
B3 Obelemi (Yoruba - Juju)

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Decca (West Africa) Limited
  • Printed By – A.R.E.A.C.E.M.


  • Liner Notes – I. Olu-Kehinde Omole
  • Producer – E.K. Royce


Juju (music) in Yoruba (language)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: SACEM