This is purely magical, our dear stewart Yaro is still alive and well, I could never dream about this ever to happen. The last time I saw him was 36 years ago.
Yaro, our beloved stewart from before « Gökalbum
An important person in my life and many thoughts about how I would ever find him and if I did, would he be alive. Today we were at Ghacem, gott a great tour around the Tema Plant and saw the developme…
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Mixing music from Tema in Ghana, when we came to Stathelle in Norway and the first years from Kiruna in Sweden.
Some of these songs mean a lot to me and say a lot and most of all makes me smile a lot.
Those born early 60´s should know this one for sure. I remember we used to almost stomp the disco floor dancing to this one.
Sorry, last one. Feel the rhythm
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So cute, enjoy and I won´t bug you guys with more tonight
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Lovely and different version but it is quite powerful and has lots of feelings
Oh, so many times we danced to this one too. I feel as if next year August is not so far away. We have to start taking shots in January. We will all be dancing to this one next year August, me and the other "African" kids from all over the world including Ghana.
The Harder They Come (c)1972 Island Records
My roots, my roots. I danced by the pool at the Tema Halcrow Beachclub or at friends houses or our own and we did the Bump who knows the BUMP?
Johnny Nash with his great cover of Bob Marley's "Stir It Up".
A UK top 20 hit for
Here is another one that makes me happy, the African rhythm and simple instruments, me like.
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