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Examples of "osibisa"
All songs arranged, performed and composed by Osibisa.
All songs arranged, performed and composed by Osibisa.
Osee Yee is a studio album by Ghanaian Afro-pop band Osibisa released in 2009 by Golden Stool Records – GSTOCD 002. It includes a rendition of George Harrison's song "My Sweet Lord" that's given an Osibisa funk spin. The back cover calls this an Osibisa "Fourth Generation" album.
Osibisa is the self-titled debut album by British Afro-pop band Osibisa released in 1971 by MCA. Reissued in 2004 in a two-CD pack together with "Woyaya" by BGO Records.
Woyaya is the second album by Ghanaian Afro-pop band Osibisa released in 1971 by MCA. Reissued in 2004 in a two-CD pack together with the self-titled album "Osibisa" by BGO Records.
Heads is the third album by British Afro-pop band Osibisa released in 1972.
The genre arrived also in Europe, with the Spaniards Barrabás, Dutch Massada and African-British Osibisa.
"Woyaya" is a cover of a song by the Afro-pop band Osibisa that was released two years prior.
Osibisa are a British Afro-pop band, founded in London in 1969 by four expatriate African and three Caribbean musicians. Their music is a fusion of African, Caribbean, jazz, funk, rock, Latin, and R&B. Osibisa were one of the first African-heritage bands to become widely popular and linked with the establishment of world music as a marketable genre.
The James Wright Band played at The Festival Theatre (Little River Band's first appearance), supported Osibisa at Apollo Stadium, opened for Bad Company at Memorial Drive,
Osibisa had an energetic performance in India, at the November Fest 2010 on 28 November 2010 at the Corporation Kalaiarangam in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu.
Jambo is an unauthorized compilation album by British Afro-pop band Osibisa released in 1992 by Soundwings Records (MC-102.1079-2) and distributed by Serenade S.A., Barcelona, Spain.
Live at The Marquee is an album by British Afro-pop band Osibisa recorded live at The Marquee Club, London, April 5, 1983 and released in 1984 by Premier Records under catalog #1035. The concert has been issued as VHS in 1990 by Media 7 under the title "Warrior" and as DVD in 2003 by Umbrella Music under the title "The Marquee 25th Anniversary presents Osibisa in Concert".
Bettie Fisher continued to invite touring international black artists to perform at the Black Theatre. Despite resistance by a number of non-Aboriginal entertainment managers, visitors included the band, Osibisa, and the Ghanaian drummers.
He has also written books on The Eagles, Led Zeppelin, The Who, AC/DC, ABBA, The Ramones, Thin Lizzy, Supertramp, Slade, Uriah Heep and Osibisa to name a few.
Happy Children is the fourth studio album by British Afro-pop band Osibisa released in 1973 by Warner Bros. Records WB 2732. Released on CD format 2000 by One Way Records 35164 and COE Records COE 111.
In 2004 he composed an original orchestral score for the Deloitte advertising campaign "Out For Glory" and formed the world/fusion band Newtown Beats with Eddie Quansah (Osibisa, Bob Marley, King Cobra).
He has been known as the keyboardist and music director for Ghana´s number 1 selling artist Kojo Antwi. He is also a part of the Ghanaian Afro-pop band Osibisa.
Osibirock is the fifth studio album by British Afro-pop band Osibisa released in 1974 by Warner Bros. Records K56048 and WEA International WE 835. Issued in 2000 CD format by One Way Records 35165.
Ayiko Bia is an unauthorized compilation album by British Afro-pop band Osibisa released in 1992 by Soundwings Records (MC-102.1078-2) and distributed by Serenade S.A., Barcelona, Spain.