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|1.||"Mam Yinne Wa" (3:57)|
|2.||"Allema Timba" (4:42)|
|3.||"Sandana Fom" (4:36)|
|4.||"Zota Yinne" (4:20)|
|1.||"Fom Se Mam" (3:51)|
|2.||"Yu Ya Yumma" (3:22)|
|4.||"La Ta'aba" (4:45)|
|5.||"Sala An Songa" (3:22)|
It's taken a while, but Philophon chief (and in-house producer) Max Weissenfeldt has finally managed to finish the album he started working on with Ghanaian Frafra-gospel singers Alogte Oho & His Sounds Of Joy. It's a set that has been promised for the best part of five years, so it's fantastic to see it finally materialize. Musically, it explores similar sonic territory to Oho's previous singles on Philophon (all of which featured music from Weissenfeldt), effortlessly joining the dots between traditional Ghanaian styles, local interpretations of funk and soul, dub-wise reggae rhythms and occasional nods towards contemporary electronic beats. The results are superb, making this a must have for those who love a bit of West African musical positivity.
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