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World Music
Performer: I.K. Dairo
Title: Juju Master I.K. Dairo Mbe
Style: African
Year 1990
Country US
Label Original Music
Catalog Number OMCD009
Genre: World Music
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 413
MP3 size: 2449 mb
Record From: CD, Compilation

I.K. Dairo - Juju Master I.K. Dairo Mbe mp3

Tracklist

1Late J.S. Siwoku2:48
2Lawrence Omole2:46
3Late Chief Sonibare2:58
4Ema Mamabun Saya2:55
5Ore Odale2:42
6Ise Aje2:55
7Onile Gogoro2:48
8Guluso2:47
9Erere Muture2:49
10Ade Ore Mi3:05
11Omo Alaro2:51
12Labutu Yeke2:49
13Ise Owo Mi Mo Nje2:51
14Bonfo2:51
15Elele Ture2:49
16Ladejo La Oginni2:59
17Salome2:33
18Rora Feso Aiye2:57
19Iyawo Oniwa Kiwa2:54
20Aye Wa Kale2:50
21Omo Lanke2:37
22Iku Lumumba2:47

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
OMA113CI.K. Dairo Juju Master I.K. Dairo Mbe ‎(Cass, Album)Original Music OMA113CCanadaUnknown

Credits

  • Art DirectionElizabeth Keiper
  • Compiled By, Liner NotesJohn Storm Roberts
  • Photography ByAndy Frankel
  • Remastered By [Digital]Richard Henderson

Notes

Originally issued on 78 rpm an 45 rpm records, early to mid-1960's.
All but two cuts were re-issued in LP form by Afrodisia Records (formerly Decca West Africa) in the early 1980's (DWAPS 2253 and DWAPS 2269).
Musical style: Juju

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 719511000927

Companies

  • Licensed From – Afrodisia

Album

King Sunny Ade would take the music global 20 years later, adding his own musical innovations, but it was the late I. Dairo who really made juju into a modern sound. This album collects a number of sides he and the Blue Spots recorded in Nigeria in the 1960s, and though the audio fidelity isn't always perfect, the spirit and sound definitely are. With Decca West Africa, he pioneered a new juju, making it a national music behind the unique sound of his accordion. Isaiah Kehinde Dairo MBE 1930February 7, 1996 was a notable Nigerian Jùjú musician. Dairo was born in the town of Offa, located in present-day Kwara State his family was originally from Ijebu-Jesa before migrating to Offa. He attended a Christian Missionary primary school in Offa, however, he later quit his studies due to a lean year in his family's finances. He left Offa and traveled to Ijebu-Jesa where he chose to work as a barber. On his journey, he took along with him a drum built by his. Dairo Store. 0 out of 5 stars. This fellow was one of the architects of the West African i Jujui style, which was later championed by folks like Ebenezer Obey and King Sunny Ade. but here is where it started, with the vigorous, exhuberant early '60s singles of one of Nigeria's great modern musicians. Notable innovations: the use of the accordion as a lead instrument, and the rough beginnings of the lushly melodic juju guitar style. Dairo Фото исполнителя I. All songs by I. Most popular albums by I. Dairo: I. Dairo And His Blue Spots. Folk, World, & Country. Ashiko Music Vol. Everybody Prefers Dairo Star. The Green Eagles Of Nigeria. Isele To Sele. Dairo MBE. Today mark the 23rd years that Chief IK Dairo Baba Aladura left this world, may his soul continue to rest with the lord. December 13, 2018 . Happy Holidays to you all, merry Christmas and happy new year in Advance. June 17, 2018 . 在 DEAD 6 的 ALBUM COVER 上找到此 Pin 图及更多内容 标签. Sell Music. IK Dario : Juju Master CD. Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record Store - Jazz, Soul, Funk, Hip Hop, R&B, Latin, Brazil, African, World Music, Avant, Rock, Blues & more LPs, CDs, vinyl records, albums, 45s, singles New & Used. Sell Music World Music Album Covers Vinyl Records Cover Art African Songs Memes Sketches. Play album. Juju Master I. 3 listeners. 1990 22 tracks. The late, great Isaiah Kehinde Dairo, MBE. Chief I. Check out I. Bestselling Song Title: A to Z Song Title: Z to A Album: A to Z Album: Z to A Time: Short to Long Time: Long to Short Price: Low to High Price: High to Low Avg. Customer Review Release Date. Dairo took juju music - Nigerian pop built on Yoruba drumming - and added new rhythms and instrumentation to reach a broader audience. He played accordion and talking drum, both of which he introduced to juju, as well as guitar. Through his group, the Blue Spots, juju became an intricate mixture of traditional Yoruba songs and praise poetry, African and Latin-American rhythms and Christian hymns. In a five-decade career, Mr. Dairo made hundreds of albums and toured the world as one of Africa's first international stars. He said that songs often came to him at night, in dreams, borne