Here is this the seriously rare album shared by Ogoun Ferraille. Thank you to him.
In the mid-70s, K. Frimpong recorded with two orchestras simultaneously. Let's begin with the Vis-A-Vis band. The first album was recorded in 1977 on the label Probisco Records (KBL 068). It has been reissued later on Makossa International Records (MA 7076). One of the best Vis-A-Vis album.
Vis-A-Vis was led by Isaac Yeboah, based in Kumasi and featuring some of the Ghana's finest musicians of the 70's: Sammy Cropper on lead guitar, Slim Yaw on bass and Kung-fu Kwaku on drums. This other album with Vis-A-Vis was recorded in 1978 on the label Ofori Brothers.
it's a shame you left no track order, the songs are alphabettically now but what is the original order ?
K Frimpong backed by Vis-A-Vis
A1 Aboagyewaa 11:32
A2 Ohene A Oda Apakan Mu 6:10
B1 Abrabo 7:16
B2 Acheampomaa 6:48
Hi Nico, can you please send me an email? I think I lost your address... firstname.lastname@example.org
One of the best sounding copies of this album I've heard. Thanks for sharing!
merci beaucoup nico et Ogoun Ferraille super job
Many many thanks!
Wow... Thank You!!
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Any chance of a Re-up? Been looking for this album for a really long time
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Hmmm? So did Frank Voodoo Funk pressure you into taking this file down? Would sound about right since he is apparently the rightful Ambassador to all West African music. I'm sure he's selling a copy though, for around $800. I'll gladly exchange/trade rips of this LP with people interested in checking it out.
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