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London Is The Place For Me 3

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Ambrose Adekoya Campbell

Label: Honest Jons Records
Released: 2006
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Track Listing

We Have It In Africa; Oba Adele; The Wind In A Frolic; Iku Koni Payin; Ibkunle Alakija; Omo Laso; Calabar-O; Emi Wa Wa Lowo Re; Iwa D'Areke; Omnira; The Memorial Of Chief J.K.Randle; Mofi Ajobi Seyin; Unity; Oratido Soso; Ayami; Oba Ademola 11; Late Ojo Davies; Geneva Conference; Ele Da Awa; Aye Wa Adara; Lagos Mambo; Odudua; I Am A Stranger.

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Ambrose Adekoya Campbell (1,2,4-10,12,15-23): vocals, guitar and percussion with West African Rhythm Brothers, Ayinde Bakara & His Meranda Orchestra, West African Rhythm Stars. Brewster Hughes (3,11,13,14): vocals and guitar with Nigerian Union Rhythm Group.


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