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Lagos Pepper Soup

Lagos Pepper Soup by Michael Olatuja buy album

Michael Olatuja

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Duration: 01:02:37
Views: 251

Track Listing

Even Now Prayer; Lagos Pepper Soup; The Hero’s Journey; Soki; Ma Foya; Brighter Day; Shadows Fade; Home True; Bola’s Song; Mivakpola; Leye’s Dance; Grace.

Personnel

Magatte Sow

percussion

Femi Temowo

guitar

Herve Sambe

guitar

Camille Thurman
Camille Thurman

voice / vocals

Thana Alexa
Thana Alexa

voice / vocals

Ayanna George

voice / vocals

Joe Lovano
Joe Lovano

saxophone, tenor

Lionel Loueke
Lionel Loueke

guitar, acoustic

Samir Zarif
Samir Zarif

saxophone

Angelique Kidjo
Angelique Kidjo

voice / vocals

Dianne Reeves
Dianne Reeves

voice / vocals

Laura Mvula

voice / vocals

Becca Stevens
Becca Stevens

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Robert Mitchell: piano; Onaje Jefferson: voice; Brandee Younger: harp; Grégoire Maret: harmonica; Cassondra James: backing vocals; Rasul A-Salaam: backing vocals; Alicia Olatuja: vocal arrangement (4); 'Lagos Pepper Soup' String Orchestra: (3, 4, 6, 7, 9); Joseph Joubert: orchestra conductor (3, 4, 6, 7, 9) and orchestration (6, 7); David Metzger: orchestration (2); Jason Michael Webb: orchestration (4); Jon Cowherd: orchestration (9); (11).


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