J.A. Adofo & City Boys – Adeasa


Side A
Enfa Odo Ndi Agoro
Adeasa
Ahoofe Di Wo Ko

Side B
Eka Pae Abusua
Ahenepa Enkasa
Bre Pe Wo De

More J.A. Adofo. The music on this tape sounds nothing like whatever they are doing on the cover, i.e. not much actual guitar- and percussion-playing. Instead we have synth-y sounds galore.



12 responses to “J.A. Adofo & City Boys – Adeasa”

  1. Rob Taylor says:

    Great stuff! Thanks.

  2. Chuki says:

    I just discovered your blog, it’s like discovering a new world. Really…THANKS!

  3. Fusion 45 says:

    I have nothing too deep to say except to echo the others…just great fun make new discoveries here. Thank you.

  4. Anonymous says:

    African music is wayyyyyy better without the synths

  5. thursdayborn says:

    Perhaps we should tell Africans (the monolithic entity) they shouldn’t use drum machines, mp3s or computers either?

  6. last night ham radio saved my life says:

    well i think it’s possible they could have been making those noises using those instruments pictured on the cover

  7. Hame says:

    You are a musical god for bringing all of this to us. Thank you!

  8. Bourzouf says:

    What a discovery

  9. Patrick says:

    Great stuff. Ghana’s Bob Marley

  10. Salifu ibrahim says:

    Ionly play j.a addofo.infact am addicted to him so much so that i dont buy any music with my money except him.my religion islam frowns at music but i find it very difficult to stop.i have downloaded almost all his sons online.Am in search of his abulm kyenkyen besi akwan, sugya yemusuo etc, please help me get it

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