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|1.||The 3rd Generation Band - "Because Of Money" (5:51)|
|2.||Oscar Sulley & The Uhuru Dance Band - "Dukom Mashie" (5:00)|
|3.||Marijata - "Mother Africa" (4:52)|
|1.||Ebo Taylor - "Heaven" (6:04)|
|2.||Gyedu Blay Ambolley & The Steneboofs - "Simigwado" (4:37)|
|3.||The Sweet Talks - "Eyi Su Ngaangaa" (4:29)|
|1.||The Ogyatanaa Show Band - "Ageisheka" (5:00)|
|2.||K Frimpong & His Cubano Fiestas - "Hwehwe Mu Na Yi Wo Mpena" (7:51)|
|3.||The Apagya Show Band - "Kwaku Ananse" (3:11)|
|1.||The African Brothers - "Self Reliance" (8:31)|
|2.||Rob - "Make It Fast, Make It Slow" (5:23)|
|3.||Alex Konadu - "W'awu Do Ho No" (3:12)|
Way back in 2002, Soundway Records announced their arrival with a fine collection of Ghanaian funk and Afro-beat delights. Since then, the vinyl edition of Ghana Soundz has become a sought-after item online, prompting Soundway to put together this welcome reissue. It contains a wealth of sought-after fare, from the heavyweight Afro-funk of Marijata's "Mother Africa" and percussive Afro-beat brilliance of Gyedo Blay Ambolley & The Steneboofs' "Simigwado", to the Africa '70 style shuffle and chated vocals of The Ogyatanaa Showband's, via the hot-to-trot high-life thrills of "Self Reliance" by The African Brothers. While other labels have since showcased the effervescent of the Ghanaian scene during the 1970s, few compilations have hit the spot quite like Ghana Soundz.
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