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African Brothers Band Int. Of Ghana - Mebisa? Album

African Brothers Band Int. Of Ghana - Mebisa? Album

Performer: African Brothers Band Int. Of Ghana
Title: Mebisa?
Style: Highlife
Released: 1984
Cat#: JJLP 007
Country: Nigeria
Label: Jay Jay Records
Size MP3 version: 1263 mb
Size FLAC version: 2932 mb
Size WMA version: 2843 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 772
Genre: Country

African Brothers Band Int. Of Ghana - Mebisa? Album


1Agyanka Dabre2:54
2Sumuna So Ntonko3:07
3Enti Wo Nso5:52
4Wobe Kae Me5:58


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WTP 007African Brothers Band Int. Of Ghana Led By Nana Ampadu 1 African Brothers Band Int. Of Ghana Led By Nana Ampadu 1 - Mebisa? ‎(LP)Weston T.PWTP 0071986


  • Backing VocalsOsei Kofi, Pat. Atomo, Paul Arthur , Seth Asiedu
  • Bass GuitarGuy Opah
  • CongasPaa Donkor
  • CowbellKoo Ofori
  • DrumsEllis Anane
  • Engineer [Recording Assistant]Francis Manu, Sampson Quainoo
  • Engineer [Recording]George Andoh
  • Executive-ProducerJohn M. Uzoh, Justin O. Morah
  • HornsOscar Pap
  • KeyboardsFrank Ajango
  • Lead Guitar, Lead VocalsNana Ampadu
  • LeaderNana Ampadu 1
  • MaracasInnocent Kwame
  • Rhythm GuitarJ.H.K. Osai


  • Distributed By – Justin & John Enterprises
  • Made By – Phonodisk
  • Printed By – Ibukunola Printers (Nig) Ltd. Lagos
  • Recorded At – Ghana Films Studios Accra
  • Designed At – Ibukunola Printers (Nig) Ltd. Lagos


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