Sunday, March 23, 2014

Sir Shina Peters - Ko Temi Fun Mi
Makossa International Records 1984

"With wealthy Nigerian backers, Sir'' Shina Peters combined
juju with elements of Fela Kuti's Afro-Beat style and the upfront
drum sounds of fuji music into a style he dubbed Afro-Juju."
( Rough Guide )
This 1984 album on Makossa fascinates from beginning to end.
Sir Shina Peter's afro-juju is full of surprising turns and sounds,
We had a 'Sir Shina Adewale' album in december 2008, here's
the link to that album as well.
"Segun Adewale started out as a backup singer, with Shina
Peters, in the band of Prince Adekunle , a contemporary of
I.K. Dairo's, before splitting off to form their own group
which they called, with no trace of irony,
Shina Adewale." ( Rough Guide )


1   Ko temi fun mi
-   Omo ilewe ( student )
2   Olojo nkajo ( maturity )
-   Dapo tejuosho family

Ko Temi Fun Mi


Anonymous said...

Thank you!

jan duinkerken said...

great, thank you!

glinka21 said...

Thanks very much!

Anonymous said...

Thank you.
Some interesting twists on the juju theme.