|2||Iwo Ko Lo Dami|
|5||E Gbe Mi|
|12||Agba Lo De (LP Version)|
|13||To Whom It May Concern|
|15||Agba Lode (Original 45 Version)|
|16||Which Way Africa?|
|23||Alaru T' Onje Buredi|
|24||Omoba D'eru Ri|
|SNDWCD043P||Tunji Oyelana||A Nigerian Retrospective 1966-79 (2xCD, Comp, Promo)||Soundway||SNDWCD043P||UK||2012|
|SNDWLP043||Tunji Oyelana||A Nigerian Retrospective 1966-79 (3xLP, Comp)||Soundway||SNDWLP043||UK||2012|
- Compiled By – Miles Cleret
- Design – Meurig Rees
- Liner Notes – Uchenna Ikonne
- Mastered By – Nick Robbins
- Mastered By [Additional] – Frank Merritt
℗&© 2012 Soundway Records Ltd.
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- Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): SNDWCD043P/CD1 055198
- Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): SNDWCD043P/CD2 055199
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Soundway Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Soundway Records Ltd.
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Enter the multifaceted artist Tunji Oyelana. In 1983, Soyinka joined The Benders for the album Unlimited Liability Company, which proved to be wildly popular with audiences across the country but angered Nigerias civilian government with its satirical critique of political corruption. Album 2012 24 Songs. Tunji Oyelana - Single. Double Face - EP. You May Also Like. The Evil Genius Of Highlife Vol. A Nigerian Retrospective 1966-79 by Tunji Oyelana, released 15 October 2012 1. Ojo 2. Lisabi Egba 3. Ipasan 4. Osekere 5. Fiya Jemi 6. Ifa 7. Ogun Adubi 8. Agda Lo De LP Version 9. Iwo Ko Lo Dami 10. Omoba D'Eru Ri 11. Jewele Jewele 12. To Whom It May Concern 13. Oloti 14. E Gbe Mi 15. Panbolanbola 16. Lenle 17. Aduke 18. Aiye Nla 19. Which Way Africa During the golden age of Nigerian music in the 1970s, Tunji Oyelana elevated the realm of pop music by infusing it with the poetic storytelling of Yoruba folklore, blending the fashionable sounds of highlife, afrobeat, afrorock, funk, calypso, juju and reggae and transforming them into something timelessly unique. Tunji Oyelana. A Nigerian Retrospective 1966-79. Your Rating. Overview . Tunji Oyelana born October 4, 1939 is a multi-award-winning Nigerian musician, actor, folk singer, composer actor, folk singer, composer and once a lecturer at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Tunji Oyelana is of the Yoruba ethnic group and is a native of Nigeria. Most of Tunji Oyelana's songs are in Yoruba. In the early 1980s, he teamed up with Nigeria's first and only winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, Wole Soyinka, to record a musical album that satirized the corruption of the Nigerian political elite. an album with a throwback of his songs. A Nigerian Retrospective 196679. Alaru T'onje Buredi. originally composed in the 70's. Composers: Tunji oyelana. Total duration:2 h 03 min. Composers: Tunji Oyelana, Other contributors: Kartel Music Ltd. Listen free to Tunji Oyelana A Nigerian Retrospective 1966-79 Ojo, Lisabi Egba and more. 24 tracks 123:46. Tunji Oyelana is a native of Nigeria, and is of the Yoruba ethnic group. He is a folk singer, social crusader, renowned actor and was once a lecturer at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. In the early 1980s, he teamed up with Nigeria's Nobel Literature prize winner, Professor Wole Soyinka, to record a musical album that satirized the corruption of the Nigerian political elite. Tunji Oyelana currently lives in the United Kingdom. View wiki. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. A Nigerian Retrospective 1966-79, 2012. Tunji Oyelana: Multi-award-winning Nigerian musician, actor, folk singer, composer and once a lecturer at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. In 2012 he released A Nigerian Retrospective 1966-79, an album from Soundway Records. Ifa, Agba Lode, Oloti и другие песни. September 24, 2012. Exclusive Prime pricing. Tunji Oyelana was a very popular recording artist in Nigeria during the time of this retrospective, 1966-79, so its tempting to lump him into the Afrobeat cubicle with guys like Fela Kuti. But Oyelanas style was not nearly as funky or intense -- or, from what I can gather, not as political either -- as that of Fela. vayabobos comparison to Sir Victor Uwaifo is pretty accurate, I think
Performer: Tunji Oyelana
Title: A Nigerian Retrospective 1966-79
Release date: Oct 2012
Style: Highlife, Afrobeat, Funk
Size MP3: 2338 mb
Size FLAC: 1550 mb
Rating: 4.9 / 5
Record source: 2 × CD, Compilation