African Brothers International Band Of Ghana – Susana. Label: Jay Jay Records (3) – JJLP 005. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album.
Oh! Susanna" is a minstrel song by Stephen Foster (1826–1864), first published in 1848. It is among the most popular American songs ever written. Members of the Western Writers of America chose it as one of the Top 100 Western songs of all time. In 1846, Stephen Foster moved to Cincinnati, Ohio, and became a bookkeeper with his brother's steamship company. While in Cincinnati, Foster wrote "Oh! Susanna", possibly for his men's social club.
African Brothers International Band – Me Nnye Osansani. dur. African Brothers Band. Ngyegye No So. African Brothers Band International – Abortion 70s GHANAIAN Highlife Folk Soukous Music Album Afro. Meko Nea Obo Wo. Akwantifi Wuo (Mother).
Artist: The African Brothers International Band. Album: Ghana Special - Modern Highlife, Afro Sounds & Ghanaian Blues 1968-81, 2010. The African Brothers International Band: Wompe Masem. From the Album: Soundway presents Ghana Special (Modern Highlife, Afro Sounds & Ghanaian Blues 1968-81). Has been played on. Germany 3. Radio Kriola.
african brothers international band of ghana enyimba di n'aba. Disco Stock– DS 7964 - Ivory Coast - early 80's - original used. african brothers international band of ghana susana. Jay Jay Records - JJLP005 - Ghana - 1978 - original used. Price : 4. 0 €. Format : LP.
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- Made By – Phonodisk
- Printed By – Ibukunola Printers (Nig) Ltd. Lagos
- Bass Guitar – Guy Opa*
- Congas – Paa Donkor
- Congas, Vocals – Paul Arthur
- Drums – Koo Baa ("Sam Cook")*
- Engineer – Mr. Kwame Boateng*
- Engineer [Assistance] – Mr. Atakora Manu*
- Leader – Nana Kwame Ampadu I*
- Liner Notes, Producer – John M. Uzoh
- Management – Kofi Rover Amoh (Swonu)*
- Organ – Frank Hiango
- Producer – Justin Morah
- Rhythm Guitar – J. Osae*
- Shaker – Innocent
- Vocals – Koo Fori, Osei Kofi, Seth Asiedu