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Flash Domincii & The West African Supersonics With Members Of The Africana Internationals - African Jazz FLAC

Flash Domincii & The West African Supersonics With Members Of The Africana Internationals - African Jazz FLAC Performer: Flash Domincii & The West African Supersonics With Members Of The Africana Internationals
Album: African Jazz
Country: UK
Released: 1985
Style: African, Highlife
Label: Fisher Music
Genre: Jazz / World
Catalog #: FMLP 009
Size FLAC: 1930 mb.
Size MP3: 2980 mb.
Rating: 4.3/5
Votes: 288
Record Source: Vinyl, LP, Album


1The Moody Cancerian
5Africa Swings
6Omo Elepo


  • AdvisorMelissa Chaney, Norma Salvatto
  • Artwork [Technical]Peter Hummers, Simone Conigliaro
  • Bass GuitarKwame Nkrumah
  • Congas [1st / Lead]Friday Pozo
  • Congas [2nd / Rhythm]Sina Durosimi-Etti
  • Design Concept, Composed By, Orchestrated By, Sleeve NotesT. Ajayi Thomas
  • Drums [Jazz & Native]Benny Kyie
  • Engineer [Recording]G. Parker
  • Gong, ShekereGodwin Omabowa
  • Lead GuitarJeff Medina
  • OrganAyodele Adeyemi
  • PianoPaolo Tabacca (Paul Tabaka)
  • Technician [Separations]Barbara Fitting, Dave Cubria
  • Tenor SaxophoneTex Becks
  • TromboneMcNasty McKnight
  • TrumpetKunle Soetan
  • Trumpet, Drums [Jazz]John Harley
  • VibraphoneWilliam Ware III
  • Vocals, GongFlash Domincii


  • Other: FMLP/009 Vol. 1


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