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Album's title: Momayendo Ye Ho. Genre: Folk, World, & Country. Label: Agyapa Yɛ – JE 001 Type: Vinyl, LP, Mono Country: Ghana Date of released: Category: Folk, World, & Country Style: African, Highlife.
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Of course, it's not all raucous shouting and distorted blare; there are some extraordinarily skillful jazz-funk records here, like the Sweet Talks' "Akampanye," with a stinging trumpet solo, or the jazz flute (and beautifully clear, bell-like vocals) of Christy Azuma & Uppers International's "Din Ya Sungri.
|A1||Moma Yen Dɔ Yɛ Ho|
|A2||Abusua Mmɛhwɛ Me Dabrɛ Mu|
|A4||Wonya Sika Dibi|
|B5||Nea Owuo Ayɛ Me|