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Eric Agyeman - Highlife Safari Album

Eric Agyeman - Highlife Safari Album
  • Performer: Eric Agyeman
  • Title: Highlife Safari
  • Genre: World
  • Cat #: BEBLOP 13
  • Label: Apogee Records
  • Country: Ghana
  • Date of release: 1981
  • Style: Highlife, African
  • FLAC size 2168 mb
  • MP3 size: 2534 mb
  • Record From Vinyl, LP, Album


1Nya Abotare Mame
2I Don't Care
3Nso Nyame Ye
4Dee Abe Beto Biara


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BEBLOP 13Eric Agyemang Doing Safari High Life ‎(LP, Album)Apogee RecordsBEBLOP 13Ghana1978
BEBLOP 013Eric Agyeman Highlife Safari ‎(LP, Album)Apogee RecordsBEBLOP 013UK1978
STCD 3002Eric Agyemang Highlife Safari ‎(CD, Album)Stern's AfricaSTCD 3002Ghana1992


  • Alto HornTommy King
  • Bass GuitarEugene Cropper
  • Composed By, Arranged By, Lead Guitar, Rhythm GuitarEric Agyeman
  • CongasN. Yoko Tawia
  • Design, SleeveE.E. Lamptey
  • DrumsJ.Y. Totty
  • EngineerJacob Sedzro
  • KeyboardsMax Cozy
  • MaracasCandido
  • ProducerBernard Boateng, Kofi Nti Bonsu
  • RemixJacob Sedzro
  • Tenor SaxophoneMamoud
  • TrumpetArthur Kennedy (tracks: B1), Kelly Koomson
  • VocalsA.B. Crentsil (tracks: B1), Paa Thomas Frimpong, Tony Mensah


  • Marketed By – Apogee Productions
  • Distributed By – Apogee Productions
  • Made By – Record Manufacturers (Ghana) Ltd. [R.M.G.L.]
  • Printed By – Liberty Press Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Ambassador Studios, Kumasi


Album 1992 6 Songs. Highlife Safari. Eric Agyeman. Worldwide 1992. Katamanto Highlife Orchestra. African Moves, Vol. Various Artists. Mo Mma Menye. Pat Thomas. Feet On Fire. Virunga featuring Samba Mapangala. Agyeman began to inject Zairian influences into his guitar playing with these songs, though without the attack of soukous and its cousins. Still, it's about time we get to hear classics from this era. Listen free to Eric Agyeman Highlife Safari Matutu Mirika, Abenaa Na Aden and more. 6 tracks 39:31. Matutu Mirika, 06:20. Abenaa Na Aden, 07:23. This album plays beautiful highlife music. Eric Agyeman's Zairean tinged guitar really shines on Highlife Safari. Recorded in the 1970's, it captures the time when the genre was drifting away from the heavy use of brass and moving towards using all electric musical instruments. Thus the horns are mostly used for accents and punctuation. Highlife Safari, Old school Ghana High-life claasics, Eric Agyeman. go to google play for Agyeman: Highlife Safari Guitarist Agyeman composed three of these six songs and sings only one-the one that wasn't on this classic LP in 1978, which is no ringer unless you resent its echoes of the unforgettable Abenaa Na Aden, in which case move on to something more Euro right now. If Ghanaians warmed to the palm-wine antecedents and Ashanti flavor of his musicianship, what Euros hear is his innate, acculturated gift for rhythm-melody and his conviction that scaling postcolonial highlife down to size doesn't mean traditionalizing it altogether. Eric Agyeman I Dont Care from Highlife Safari Apogee, 1978 Eric Agyeman rose to prominence as the lead guitarist for Sweet Talks after the departure of original lead Smart Nkansah. I Dont Care is from his solo album Highlife Safari released in 1978. The album is jam-packed with highlife gold and is absolutely essential listening it was deservedly re-released by Sterns Music in 1992. The concerned track builds with upbeat drums and a deep bassline before Latin-style horns complete the composition. The percussion on this track is infectious and exhibits a principal highlife music that i. The Rough Guide to Highlife is a world music compilation album originally released in 2003. Part of the World Music Network Rough Guides series, the release covers the Highlife musical genre of Ghana and surrounding countries, focusing on the 1960s and 70s. Graeme Ewens wrote the liner notes, and Phil Stanton, co-founder of the World Music Network, was the producer


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