Brewster Hughes & The Nigerian Union Rhythm Group - So So Bobo Deen mp3 album
Title: So So Bobo Deen
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Band – The Nigerian Union Rhythm Group. Guest – Adetola Bashorun. Written-By, Composed By – B. Hughes. I remember this album when I was a little girl. Brewster Hughes was my Dad from his second marriage. I grew up listening to his music and when I hear it now I do lot's of reflecting back. It is very overwhelming when I hear his voice. I was just 15 when he passed and I'm sorry that I never got to know my father as an adult daughter, may he rest in peace.
Ralph Owen Brewster (February 22, 1888 – December 25, 1961) was an American politician from Maine. Brewster, a Republican, served as the 54th Governor of Maine from 1925 to 1929, in the . House of Representatives from 1935 to 1941 and in the . Senate from 1941 to 1952. Brewster was a close confidant of Joseph McCarthy of Wisconsin and an antagonist of Howard Hughes.
Nigerian Union Rhythm Group.
Artist: Nigerian Union Rhythm Group. Album: Highlife on the Move: Selected Nigerian & Ghanaian Recordings from London & Lagos 1954-66, 2015. Has been played on. United States 8.
Brewster Hughes (12 December 1912 – 30 September 1986), born Ignatius Abiodun Oke and who later used the name Ernest Henley Oke Hughes, was a Nigerian guitarist, bandleader and community leader who was active in Britain as a highlife performer and recording artist after the Second World War. Abiodun Oke was born in Ibadan, Nigeria, into a Yoruba family
Nigerian Union Rhythm Group. There are also several tracks ("Obaa Amponsa Pandongo" and "Abrokyiri Awo Yi") from The Ghana Black Star Band, who were one of the most influential Ghanaian bands of the period.
brewster senate hearings howard hughes, brewster hughes Brewster Hughes 12 December 1912 – 30 September 1986, born Ignatius Abiodun Oke and who later used the name Ernest Henley Oke Hughes, was a Nigerian guitarist, bandleader and community leader who was active in Britain as a highlife performer and recording artist after the Second World Wa. After Campbell began playing guitar in the mid-1950s, Hughes felt marginalised and left to form his own band, the International Rhythm Band, also known as the Nigeria Union Rhythm Group Hughes recorded music for advertising and films, before rejoining Campbell for a tour of Nigeria in 1957 He later replaced Campbell as resident bandleader at the Club Afrique, successor to the.
He began playing guitar in Lagos bars in the evenings, meeting fellow musician Ambrose Campbell and performing with him in the Jolly Boys Orchestra (or Jolly Orchestra). He met guitarist Brewster Hughes in Lagos, and performed with him in the Jolly Boys Orchestra. Brewster Hughes Leon Russell Melodisc Records Black people Fela Kuti.
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Written-By – B. Hughes*
Written-By – B. Hughes*