Kwaku Dadey - Heritage album flac
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- Recorded At – CBS Studios
- Recorded At – A&M Studios
- Mixed At – Filmways/Heider Recording
- Overdubbed At – Filmways/Heider Recording
- Mastered At – Studio Masters
- Bass – David Belove
- Bass Drum – Michael Mau
- Choir – The African Heritage Choir, The Children's Circle Center Choir
- Congas – Alvin Standford, Gary Monito
- Congas, Maracas, Talking Drum, Balafon, Kalimba, Congas [African Tumba], Claves [Sticks], Shekere, Vocals, Producer, Arranged By, Liner Notes – Kwaku Dadey
- Congas, Tambourine – Larry Omar
- Design [Cover] – Gudrun Hoy
- Drums – Louis Bellson
- Engineer [Mixing] – David Coffin
- Flute, Soprano Saxophone – Dean Holzkamp
- Guitar – Eddie Duran
- Photography By – Larry Rosenberg
- Piano – Don Haas
- Piccolo Flute – Charles McCarthy*
- Trumpet – Andrew Harp, David Candia, Mark Isham
- Violin – John Tunney, Mischa Myers
- Vocals – Batty Jane Baker*, Ida Sue McCune, Julia Rinker*, Sue Allen
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: ASCAP
Beautiful percussion music from Ghanaian musician Kwaku Dadey. Taken from the "Heritage" LP. African Heritage Records 1977.
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Kwaku Dadey – Heritage. Label: African Heritage Records – AHR 001. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Congas, Maracas, Talking Drum, Balafon, Kalimba, Congas, Claves, Shekere, Vocals, Producer, Arranged By, Liner Notes – Kwaku Dadey. Congas, Tambourine – Larry Omar. Design – Gudrun Hoy.
Kwaku Dadey has been played on NTS shows including Doing Time, with Black Leather Lady first played on 10 May 2015. Original source Last. Kwaku Dadey,African Heritage Records,1983.
Anthony "Rebop" Kwaku Baah (13 February 1944 – 12 January 1983) was a Ghanaian percussionist who worked with the 1970s rock groups Traffic and Can. Baah was born on 13 February 1944, in Konongo, Ghana. In 1969, Baah performed on Randy Weston's album African Rhythms. He then joined the English band Traffic in 1971, having met them in Sweden during a tour
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Jazz music Funk, Soul music Folk, World, & Country music. Released at: This album was released on the label African Heritage Records (catalog number AHR 001). This album was released in 1977 year. US. Format of the release is.
Kwaku Dadey – Twin cities I bumped into the Heritage II LP while looking for a totally different record, and since the artwork looked interesting I decided to give it a listen. Like many albums recorded by Ghanaian musicians abroad during the 80s, this one has several interesting fusions of highlife, pop and funk. For some reason it’s gone under the radar and OG copies at the time of writing can still be found in mint condition for under 10$ – while many worthwhile OG African records from the 1970s and 80s have become unaffordable
Heritage II ID: (36173) New - LP American Heritage AHR 2 (Jazz) USA Sealed 1983 Original. Small Area Of Shrink Wrap On The Rear Cover Has Been Pulled Away And Autographed By Kwaku Dadey.
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The album was a commissioned for the 20th anniversary of Earth Day, and was premiered in Times Square by the Paul Winter Consort and special guests. The album is a tribute to the Earth, and features at least one instrument or voice from every continent. The album also features animal calls woven into the music. In particular, recordings of elephant basso-rumbles are used. These sounds, created by elephants, are too low for the human ear to detect on its own, and their existence was unknown until shortly before the album was created. The album was nominated for a Grammy award in 1991 . Kwaku Dadey- Ghanaian drums. Thaigo De Mello- voice, guitar, percussion. Steve Turre- didjeridu.