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March: Old Calabar - Band Of The Nigerian Army - Fanfares (Vinyl)

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  1. Feb 02,  · This would catapult him to instant super status especially in Ghana, his old stomping ground, and in South Africa where Hugh Masekela would virtually change his new band's format and style even dedicating his maiden album entitled The Boy's Doing It to Fela himself. 60 years later his respect has not diminished one iota as we hear in his ode to.
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  3. Jan 21,  · Freedom Fanfare -The Band of the Nigerian Police I bought this 10″ by The Band of the Nigeria Police, from my recent SA haul, just for the cover but boy, the music was a real eye-opener! I had expected some ordinary military march music but to my surprise the music is varied and above all, half of this collection is authentic Nigerian highlife.
  4. Olaiya's band, rechristened the All Stars, was the launching pad for Fela Ransome-Kuti, Victor Uwaifo and numerous other musicians over the years. Olaiya and the Cool Cats were also called up to perform for the Nigerian Army during the Congo .
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  6. They subsequently bombarded the Nigerian Army and police formations in the town, leading to the killing of 14 soldiers and 11 policemen, including the DPO and the DCO. Fifteen-year-old .
  7. The people of Úrúán Ìnyàng Àtáàkpọ̀ are unique in Nigeria for their display of Ékpè Ǹkàndà, a royal branch of Ékpè traditional society that Úrúán ancestors carried along with them in their early days of migration from Ùsàghàdèt (colonial name: Isangele), in contemporary Cameroon.
  8. On that occasion, he shared the stage with the famous American jazz player Louis Armstrong. During the Nigerian Civil War of , Olaiya was given the rank of a lieutenant colonel (honorary) in the Nigerian Army when his band played for the troops at various locations. His band later traveled to the Congo to perform for United Nations troops.
  9. Dec 24,  · Old Calabar (Duke Town) and Creek Town, 16 kilometres (10 mi) He is a retired major general in the Nigerian Army and previously served as the nation's head of state from 31 December to 27 August , The words were put to music by the Nigerian Police Band under the directorship of Benedict E. Odiase. ethnic group - The Edo or Bini.

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