• Nene Narh Sings : Soulful Praise – Audio CD

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    Tracks in this album:

    1. I will just say Yes
    2. Mope ji Mawu
    3. Maja Mo
    4. My Heart will trust in You

     

    Nene Narh Sings : Soulful Praise – Audio CD

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  • English Hymnary: Presbyterian Church of Ghana (Hardcover)

    From time of old, hymns have been an important part of the worship of God. They have also formed an integral part of Church life and culture, conveying the message of the Scriptures to bless those that use them or are ministered through them. Under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, hymns meet the spiritual needs of saints of God and draw others to faith in Jesus Christ.

    We bring you the English version of all the hymns found in the Kristo Asɔre Nnwom as used by the Presbyterian Church of Ghana.

  • Who Moved My Cheese – AudioBook

    Who Moved My Cheese? is a simple parable that reveals profound truths. It is an amusing and enlightening story of four characters who live in a “Maze” and look for “Cheese” to nourish them and make them happy.

    Two are mice named Sniff and Scurry. And two are “Littlepeople”—beings the size of mice who look and act a lot like people. Their names are Hem and Haw.

    “Cheese” is a metaphor for what you want to have in life—whether it is a good job, a loving relationship, money, a possession, health, or spiritual peace of mind.

    And the “Maze” is where you look for what you want—the organization you work in, or the family or community you live in.

    In the story, the characters are faced with unexpected change. Eventually, one of them deals with it successfully, and writes what he has learned from his experience on the Maze walls.

    When you come to see “The Handwriting on the Wall,” you can discover for yourself how to deal with change, so that you can enjoy less stress and more success (however you define it) in your work and in your life.

    The 10th Anniversary audio edition of Who Moved My Cheese? includes exclusive new bonus material in which Spencer Johnson offers fresh insights on its origins, impact and applications that will help you put its powerful wisdom to work.

     

     

  • Reinstating Traditional Music in Contemporary Contexts: Reminiscences of a Nonagenarian’s Lifelong Encounters with the Musical Traditions of Africa

    Reinventing tradition has indeed been the lifelong pre-occupation of Emeritus Professor J.H. Kwabena Nketia, as a musicologist, linguist, composer, performing artist, teacher and advocate. The book gives opportunities for a fluent narration of a complex story, by the protagonist himself. Such intellectual biographies are rare, particularly when they span a period of 90 years, and deal with the author’s sources of inspiration, intellectual influences, mentors, as well as social and political contexts from which a wellspring of ideals have sprung. This book is a feast what is worth sharing with policy makers, scholars, art practitioners, young and old scholars alike, who year for reminiscences about music, the arts, life and scholarship across a greater part of nine decades. This is simply a trove on arts and nationalism, worth reading and passing on.

    from the Foreword by Professor Kwesi Yankah, President, Central University

  • Handa’s Surprise: Story Book and DVD

    Age Range: 3 – 8  years

    Handa puts seven different delicious fruits in a basket to take her friend Akeyo as a surprise.

    But Handa’s walk takes her past a variety of animals and the fruits do look very inviting…

    Offering a whole new storytelling experience, this picture book and DVD edition features a charming story animation of Handa’s Suprise and its sequel, Hand’s Hen narrated by Adoja Andoh.

    DVD running time: 8 minutes

    ‘So luscious it seems almost edible…Beautifully drawn animals…Children will love the joke.’ – Observer

  • Tu Wo Ho Fo – Audio CD

    Tracks in this album:

    1. Yen ara Y’asaase
    2. Gyato
    3. Mr. Traveller
    4. Tu wo ho fo (Immediate Effect)
    5. Aduane Nyinya
    6. Palm Wine Love
    7. Dedeende Kwao ee/Nkete nkete nkete

     

  • Bob Marley: The Untold Story

    What was it about Bob Marley that made him so popular in a world dominated by rock’n’roll? How is that he has not only remained the single most successful reggae artist ever, but has also become a shining beacon of radicalism and peace to generation after generation of fans across the globe?

    On May 11, 1981, a little after 11.30 in the morning, Bob Marley died. The man who introduced reggae to a worldwide audience, in his own lifetime he had already become a hero figure in the classic mythological sense. From immensely humble beginnings and with talent and religious belief his only weapons, the Jamaican recording artist applied himself with unstinting perseverance to spreading his prophetic musical message.

    And he had achieved it: only a year earlier, Bob Marley and The Wailers’ tour of Europe had seen them perform to the largest audiences a musical act had up to that point experienced. Record sales of Marley’s albums before his death were spectacular; in the years since his death they have become phenomenal, as each new generation discovers afresh the remarkable power of his music.

    Chris Salewicz, who had a sequence of adventures with Bob Marley in Jamaica in 1979, offers us a comprehensive and detailed account of Bob Marley’s life and the world in which he grew up and came to dominate. Never-before-heard interviews with dozens of people who knew Marley are woven through a narrative that brings to life not only the Rastafari religion and the musical scene in Jamaica, but also the spirit of the man himself.

  • Fela: This Bitch of A Life

    “I’ve never met a more fearless, direct, activist, fiercely radical, rebel, courageous warrior, prolific, and gifted person like FELA. I admired his honesty, was often puzzled by his contradictory lifestyle, was in total awe of his musical genius, relished his outrageous sense of humour, deeply treasured his friendship and was absolutely inspired by his fathomless generosity. This Bitch of a Life illustrates an extremely heartbreaking phase in this incredibly gifted master musician’s experiences. It is filled with so many occasions of savage torture on FELA’s soul, being and psyche: trumped up criminal charges, military onslaught, seamless court appearances. Kangaroo-court convictions and imprisonment accompanied by a nauseating inhumanity that caused FELA unimaginable misery.” — Hugh Masekela, Musician and Friend

    African superstar, composer, singer, and musician, as well as mystic and political activist, Nigerian Fela Kuti, born in 1938, was controversy personified.

    He was swept to international celebrity on a wave of scandal and flamboyance, and when he died of AIDS in 1997, more than a million people attended his funeral. But what was he really like, this man who could as easily arouse violent hostility as he could unswerving loyalty?

    Carlos Moore’s unique biography, based on hours of conversation and told in Fela’s first-person vernacular, reveals the icon’s complex personality and tumultuous existence. Moore includes interviews with fifteen of his queens (wives); photos; and an updated discography.

  • GOAT – Poetry Album (Audio CD)

    Tracks in this album:

    1. Sun & Son( prod. by BeKofi)
    2. N.E.R.D ( prod. by Jayphano)
    3. True Friend ( prod. by KayNie)
    4. My CV of Sin ( prod. by BeKofi)
    5. G.O.A.T ( prod. by George Sedzro)
    6. M’asem (My Story) ft MoQid (prod. by Snares Beat)
    7. Letter To My Unsung Music Heroes (prod. by KayNie)
    8. Amasaah Boateng ( prod. by Bonnie × Mix Master Garzy)
    9. Asamando Nkratoc(Letter from the Grave)(prod.by Mo Studios)
    10. Rolls Royce Phantom ( prod. by Mizter Okyere)
    11. Letter to the Church(prod. by ODB)
    12. Tie Me (Prayer of the sick)( prod. by Nii Soul)
    13. Passion Of The Christ(prod.by ODB)
    14. Polite & Ethical Parties (prod. by BeKofi)
    15. Rhyming Rants (prod. by George Sedzro)
    16. Valerie’s Handbag (prod. by Selorm)
    17. Made in Ghana (prod. by ODB)
    18. Ntamkese3 ( prod. by Jayphano)
    19. L.R.M.U ( prod. by Mizter Okyere)
    20. I Am Music ( prod. by Nii Soul)
    21. When I Was A Child (prod. by Bonny)
    22. Made in Ghana (instrumentals)

     

  • Asɔre Dwom Nhoma (Ghana Presbyterian Asafo) – Hardcover

    We bring you all the hymns as found in the Kristo Asɔre Nnwom as used by the Presbyterian Church of Ghana.

  • Audience of One – Audio CD

    Tracks in this album:

    1. Prayer
    2. Worthy One
    3. Judah Dzata (Lion of Judah)
    4. Audience of One (God is Here)
    5. Shiwoonɔyeli Nyɔŋmo (Fɛɛ Mli)
    6. Wait
    7. Kosie Ansa
    8. Brɛbrɛ
    9. Mindaoshi (My Jubilee Song)

    Also includes Image cards of all the lyrics.

  • Audience of One – MP3 (Pendrive)

    Tracks in this album:

    1. Prayer
    2. Worthy One
    3. Judah Dzata (Lion of Judah)
    4. Audience of One (God is Here)
    5. Shiwoonɔyeli Nyɔŋmo (Fɛɛ Mli)
    6. Wait
    7. Kosie Ansa
    8. Brɛbrɛ
    9. Mindaoshi (My Jubilee Song)

    Also includes Image cards of all the lyrics.

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