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Onipa - E. T. Mensah And His Tempos Band* - Tempos Melodies (Vinyl, Album)

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  1. Zulkisar says:
    Olaiya's influence came from Ghana, as he was a keen admirer of the Tempo band of highlife legend ET Mensah, who toured Nigeria multiple times from When Olaiya formed his Cool Cats band, he adopted Mensah's style and had Ghanaian Sammy Lartey as saxophonist. Years later, Olaiya and Mensah would release a joint album.
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    Jul 19,  · Olaiya’s influence came from Ghana, as he was a keen admirer of the Tempo band of highlife legend ET Mensah, who toured Nigeria multiple times from When Olaiya formed his Cool Cats band, he adopted Mensah’s style and had Ghanaian Sammy Lartey as saxophonist. Years later, Olaiya and Mensah would release a joint album.
  4. Bakree says:
    Album release: March 6th, E.T. Mensah ‘The King of Highlife’ is a true legend of African music - the founding father of that most popular style of dance music, which spread like a bushfire across the African continent and beyond during the s and 60s.
  5. Gukree says:
    A great one from the Gap Band – funky gems and sinister groovers – the best of both worlds for the group! Tunes like "Burn Rubber On Me (When You Want To Hurt Me)" and "Humpin" packed 80s dance floors for good reason, and put the band in steady rotation, while numbers like "Yearning For Your Love" showed the band could drop the tempo, stretch out a bit, and deliver the mighty mellow, too.
  6. Goltishicage says:
    Find E.T. Mensah And His Tempos Band song information on AllMusic.
  7. Faektilar says:
    Olaiya’s influence came from Ghana, as he was a keen admirer of the Tempo band of highlife legend ET Mensah, who toured Nigeria multiple times from When Olaiya formed his Cool Cats band, he adopted Mensah’s style and had Ghanaian Sammy Lartey as saxophonist. Years later, Olaiya and Mensah would release a joint album.
  8. Voodoozahn says:
    Mar 25,  · When Olaiya formed his Cool Cats band, he adopted Mensah’s style and had Ghanaian Sammy Lartey as a saxophonist. Years later, Olaiya and Mensah would release a joint album.
  9. Gardabar says:
    Mar 21,  · When Olaiya formed his Cool Cats band, he adopted Mensah's style and had Ghanaian Sammy Lartey as saxophonist. Years later, Olaiya and Mensah would release a joint album.

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