|A1||–C.K. Mann & Uhuru Sounds||Osoode||3:55|
|A2||–C.K. Mann & Uhuru Sounds||Bo Wo Bra Yie||2:45|
|A3||–Bob Cole & Uhuru Sounds||On The 30th Of May||3:12|
|A4||–Bob Cole & Uhuru Sounds||Bra Fie||2:46|
|A5||–C.K. Mann & Uhuru Sounds||Araba Lucy||2:48|
|A6||–Bob Cole & Uhuru Sounds||Bamuwo||3:15|
|B1||–Bob Cole & Black Star Band||Gyae Akeka Akeka||3:08|
|B2||–C.K. Mann & Uhuru Sounds||Wo Ankasa Ereko||2:43|
|B3||–Bob Cole & Uhuru Sounds||Magya Fie||3:05|
|B4||–Bob Cole & Black Star Band||Ade Ahia Me||3:01|
|B5||–C.K. Mann & Uhuru Sounds||Me Awere Kyekyer||2:55|
|B6||–C.K. Mann & Uhuru Sounds||Osoode Pt. 2||3:17|
Album Closer to Home Lyrics: Everybody, listen to me, And return me, my ship. I'm your captain, I'm your captain, Though I'm feeling mighty sick . C. K. Mann added Western musical instruments to Osode, the traditional music of Ghanaian fishermen rhythms. His music career spanned over four decades and won multiple awards for his songs. In 2006, Mann was awarded the Grand Medal of Ghana during the 2006 National Honours and Awards Ceremony by President John Agyekum Kufuor in recognition of his contribution to Ghanaian music. C K Mann & his Carousel 7 Funky Highlife.
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Charles Kofi Amankwaa Mann, a highlife veteran, affectionately known as . Mann passed away on Tuesday morning due to an undisclosed medical complication, he was 83 years old. The celebrated musician had a career spanning over four decades. He began his career as part of Moses Kweku Oppong's Kakaiku band, before becoming the leader of the highlife group Ocean Strings. The musician would go on to produce several memorable hits throughout his career that fused contemporary instrumentation with Osode the "the traditional of Ghanaian fishermen rhythms," reports Ghana Web. Some of his most popular cuts include "Asafo Beeson," " Adwoa Yankey," and "Fa Wokoma Mame," amongst others. The artists won several awards for his music, including the Grand Medal of Ghana in 2006 from then-president John Agyekum Kufour.
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Veteran highlife musician Charles Kofi Amankwaa Mann, best known on stage as C. Mann, has died. The legendary musician passed away 7 am on Tuesday, March 20 at the Ghapoha Hospital in the Western Region. Mr Mann added Western musical instruments to Osode, the traditional music of Ghanaian fishermen rhythms. Mann had several hit songs, including ‘Asafo beesuon’, ‘Obaa yaa aye me bone’, ‘Kolomashie’, ‘Dofo bi akyerew me’, ‘Ankwasema dede’, ‘Okwan tsentsen awar’, ‘Aboa akonkoran’, ‘Beebi a odo wo’, ‘Tsie m'afotusem’, ‘Ebusua ape adze aye me’, ‘Yebeyi wo aye’, and ‘Do me ma mondo wo bi’. His latest album, ‘Wope Nyeho’ was produced by West Gold Music Studio in Takoradi and released in 2013.
The African Brothers’ album design was the work of Saka Acquaye in collaboration with photographer Willis Bell. A painter, sculptor, textile designer and musician, Saka Acquaye was born in Accra in 1923. He studied art, music and craft at Achimota Art School and studied in the USA in Philadelphia and Los Angeles in the 1950’s. Design: Augustus Taylor.
Osode by Twerrampon Traditionals. Unfortunately, oftentimes things are lumped under the monolithic label of being "African music", but that is so broad as to be almost meaningless, considering the degree of musical diversity even in just one small country like Ghana.
Popular highlife musician Charles Kofi Amankwaa Mann known as C. Mann has died. According to Ghanaweb sources, he died this morning at GPHA hospital in Takoradi. ALSO READ Ghana music industry will still survive without Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy - Obour.
This recording leaves the listener breathless and astounded by the musical richness of this small area of Africa. In these performances from remote areas of central Ghana, the collective musical genius of everyday farmers, fisher-folk, traders, and civil servants bursts forth. Their singing and chanting moves through a colorful palette of instruments including water drums, rectangular frame drums, side-blown horns, and brass bands.