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London Is The Place For Me 3

Label: Honest Jons Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: We Have It In Africa; Oba Adele; The Wind In A Frolic; Iku Koni Payin; Ibkunle Alakija; Omo Laso; Calabar-O; Emi Wa Wa Lowo Re; Iwa D'Areke; Omnira; The Memorial Of Chief J.K.Randle; Mofi Ajobi Seyin; Unity; Oratido Soso; Ayami; Oba Ademola 11; Late Ojo Davies; Geneva Conference; Ele Da Awa; Aye Wa Adara; Lagos Mambo; Odudua; I Am A Stranger.

Obituary: Ambrose Adekoya Campbell (1919-2006)

Read "Obituary: Ambrose Adekoya Campbell (1919-2006)" reviewed by Chris May

Nigerian singer, guitarist, percussionist, composer and bandleader Ambrose Adekoya Campbell died in the UK on June 22, 2006. He was 86 years old and passed away peacefully in his sleep.While no single person can be credited with establishing African music in Britain--the process has been gradual and ongoing, and must have begun soon after ...


Ambrose Adekoya Campbell: London Is The Place For Me 3

Read "London Is The Place For Me 3" reviewed by Chris May

History, they say, is written by the victors. Without a doubt, it's written by the governing majority, and nowhere is this more apparent than in the near invisibility, until very recently, of black and African people in chronicles of British life and culture. Honest Jons provides a vibrant antidote to this Eurocentric bias with ...


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