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Khodjo Aquai - Labady - Songs From My Youth album

Khodjo Aquai - Labady - Songs From My Youth album
  • Performer Khodjo Aquai
  • Title Labady - Songs From My Youth
  • Date of release 1995
  • Style Easy Listening, Highlife
  • Other formats VOX AIFF ADX MP3 AAC VQF MP2
  • Genre Jazz / Folk music
  • Size MP3 1990 mb
  • Size FLAC 1309 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 509

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My youth, my youth is yours Trippin' on skies, sippin' waterfalls My youth, my youth is yours Runaway now and forevermore My youth, my youth is yours A truth so loud you can't ignore My youth, my youth, my youth My youth is yours

FEMALE REGGAE/HIP HOP ARTIST.

Here, we count down Sonic Youth's 10 best songs. There were certainly plenty to choose from. After dishing slabs of chilly, challenging fare like their self-titled 1982 debut and 'Confusion is Sex,' the quartet - singer-guitarist Thurston Moore, singer-guitarist Lee Ranaldo, singer-bassist Kim Gordon and drummer Steve Shelly, who joined in 1986 - pulled it together for the triumphant late-'80s triumvirate of 'EVOL,' Sister' and 'Daydream Nation,' long considered. The Youth originally recorded this unique take on the Californian pop duo’s ‘Superstar’ for the tribute album ‘If I Were a Carpenter,’ but it was its inclusion on the soundtrack to the hit 2007 indie flick ‘Juno’ that brought it to the mainstream. Actress Ellen Page’s titular character digs the tune when Jason Bateman’s SY fan Mark first plays it for her, but further appreciation of the the band's catalog proves difficult.

Tracklist

1 Osabarima (Vocals) 5:42
2 Gyaesu Menua (instrumental) 5:33
3 Medo Wu 4:43
4 Ekombi 4:46
5 Ponko Abo Dam 4:16
7 Onua Ashewo (instrumental) 3:47
8 Gyaesu Na Nkomo Dzi (vocal) 5:51
9 Mewu Ama Wo 4:13
10 Gyaesu Menua (vocal) 5:34
11 Ama Bonsu 4:19
12 Wofa Nono 5:42
13 Gyaesu Na Nkomo Dzi (instrumental) 4:04
14 Sokoo Na Emaa Pe 5:09
15 Serwaa Akoto 4:11
16 Osabarima (instrumental) 5:45

Credits

  • Artwork – A. G. Twum-Ampofo
  • Backing Vocals – Wendy Mitchell
  • Drums, Programmed By, Percussion, Keyboards, Backing Vocals – Khodjo Acquai*
  • Guitar – Mike Campbell
  • Liner Notes – Alonzo Le Guy
  • Saxophone – Marty Kersich