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9 thoughts on “ Do It (Like It Is) - Osibisa - Welcome Home (CD, Album)

  1. With only three studio albums, one live album and three international tours, Lhasa de Sela left a unique mark in the history of modern popular music. “La Llorona”, “The Living Road” and “Lhasa” are distinct and accomplished works, revealing a strange yet familiar world, halfway between dreams and reality.
  2. Osibisa are a Ghanaian Afro Rock band, founded in London in by four expatriate African and three Caribbean musicians. Their music is a fusion of African, Caribbean, jazz, funk, rock, Latin, and R&B and highlife.. Osibisa were the most successful and longest lived of the African-heritage bands in London, alongside such contemporaries as Assagai, Chris McGregor's Brotherhood of Breath.
  3. The album 'Welcome Home' includes their massive UK hit 'Sunshine Day', with funky melodies, and their soft acoustic title song 'Welcome Home'. With the use of vibraphones, percussion and wind instruments the sun is going to rise higher above the musical grounds. Osibisa is an important name in the influence world music has had during the seventies/5(4).
  4. Albums recorded by Osibisa, with release dates and UK CD availability. Available on this page: • link to a web-site specific to this artist - click on the name above • album track-listing and personnel details - click on album title • brief biographical details - click on person's name (uses a pop-up).
  5. I came home from Vietnam. Went to a Three Dog Night/Osibisa Concert. Totally blown away by this African Band. Animal/Bird sounds and great music. I will never forget that great evening. Little Brother bought this album after the show; he still has it. Thanks fellas!!/5(5).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Welcome Home on Discogs. Label: Songhai (3) - SER CD • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe .
  7. You've been gone it's an empty home Come on back when you're ready to know You are always welcome home You've been kept on for much too long Stand up please and say I am free Don't forget you are welcome home Come with me On this happy trip back to the Promise Land All.
  8. Osibisa are not referred to often these days when historians look back at the evolution of world music. But they were quite prolific progenitors of the form in the s, as this mid-'70s album marked their seventh LP in about five years. For listeners at the time who were unfamiliar with African popular music (and, to a large degree, for listeners of every era), Santana served as an.

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