Painting from Ghariokwu Lemi
Ambrose Campbell led what have been the first band of British based black musicians. He formed his West African Brothers in London during the Second World War, two decades before the first Notting Hill carnival and more than 40 years before the term "world music" was invented.
Campbell was born in Lagos, Nigeria, in 1919 and given the Yoruba name Oladipupo Adekoya. He died on June 2006.
Nigerian Union Brothers: "The wind in a frolic"
West African Brothers: "Iku Koni Payin"
West African Brothers: "Ibikunle Alakija"
West African Brothers: "The memorial of Chief J.K Randle"