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  • Hosanna Live

    Tracks in this album:

    1. Hosanna
    2. Ebube
    3. Mensi den Intro Ft Charlotte Acquah
    4. Mobo Wo Dzin Ft Uncle Ato
    5. Ka Kyere Jesus
    6. Yesu Nyame ba Ft Eugene Zuta / George Sekyi
    7. Jesus M’agyenkwa Ft Esther Godwyll
    8. Hymn Medley Ft Uncle Ato
    9. Kristofo Ft Eugene Degadzor
    10. The Name Jesus Ft Dulcie Yates / Felicia Crentsil
    11. Jesus Jesus Ft David Crentsil / Charles Pettingle
    12. Hosanna (Studio)

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  • God is Able

    God is Able track list:

    1. Lala Hee [New Song]  ft. Isaac Boadu(Abi Small)
    2. Ma Jie Oyi [I’ll Praise you]
    3. God Is Able  ft. Curtis Quarcoo, Luigi Maclean
    4. Franco Jam  ft. Musell Mensah
    5. Glorious in Majesty ft. Esther Godwyll
    6. No Rock like Our God
    7. Ma Jie Oyi (Live)
    8. None Like You
    9. Lala Hee Instrumental

     

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  • Highlife Giants: West African Dance Band Pioneers – Hardcover

    ‘Highlife is the only music in this country that has stood and will continue to stand the test of time.’ – Victor Olaiya

    As West Africa’s oldest form of popular music, highlife was the soundtrack of the independence era. Its influence still resonates today.

    Highlife Giants is an intimate portrait of the pioneering artistes of West Africa’s music scene from the 1920s onwards. It contains interviews with stars such as E.T Mensah, Kofi Ghanaba, King Bruce, Bobby Benson, Victor Uwaifo, and Ignace De Souza revealing priceless behind-the-scenes moments such as Louis Armstrong giving Eddie Okonta a trumpet with a golden mouthpiece after seeing him perform. Highlife Giants charts the development of this rich and varied popular form which is hugely influential on contemporary West African music from Afrobeat to hiplife.

    Blending European and African-American styles with traditional African patterns, highlife music contributed to the development of post-independence national identity in both Ghana and Nigeria. As such, highlife remains crucial in generating social commentary, protest and contributing to the formation of a pan-African musical identity.

    For those who lived through the era, Highlife Giants will be a compendium that invokes treasured memories. For their children and grandchildren, this book will inspire an interest in the rich musical history of West Africa.

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  • The Whitney I Knew – Hardcover

    A virtual album of BeBe Winans’ treasured memories of his friend and “sister,” Whitney Houston.

    In the years between the first time BeBe Winans and Whitney Houston met in 1985, to the day he delivered the tribute that touched a watching nation at Houston’s funeral, a deep and unique friendship bloomed and thrived. They considered each other family in the truest sense of the word.

    Now this very personal collection of remembrances offers us a seat at the table during Whitney’s most unguarded moments. Here we see her in all her quirky, passionate, fiercely loyal glory though the eyes of her “brother”, BeBe.

    For most of her public life, Whitney Houston was a mystery. In The Whitney I Knew, Winans has given us a wonderful gift—the gift of understanding. From profoundly moving personal moments to eye-opening accounts of triumph to the heartbreaking realities that led to her ultimate defeat, the untold stories are intimately woven throughout this book—along with online video links to behind-the-scenes moments, highlights of her career, and never-before-seen video of Whitney. Also included is an extensive photo section from BeBe’s personal collection.

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  • Ghana Praise: Tunes from Ghana, Africa and the World

    African churches have inherited a rich tradition of hymnody from the West, but for too long the musical heritage of Asia and even of Africa itself has been neglected. Ghana Praise is a first step towards correcting this situation.

    It contains 144 tunes by Ghanaian composers: 4 songs from Northern Ghana and 28 spirituals from Ghana’s Pentecostal churches. For the first time, the wealth of music by present and past generations of Ghanaian musicians is available in print for all to use; the geographical and denominational barriers which have discouraged the spread of hymn tunes in the past are breaking down.

    In addition, Ghana Praise brings you 19 tunes from the rest of Africa and 33 from other parts of the world.

    Ghana Praise is accompanied by a words book, Asempa Hymns, which contains words to fit the new tunes, as well as a selection of the most well-known Western hymns.

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  • Asempa Hymns (Words)

    Asempa is the Twi word meaning “Good News”. Here is an English language hymn book with a difference. It not only includes 200 of the most popular British, German and American hymns, but it also brings together a similar number of compositions from Africa, Asia, and the rest of the world.

    Produced in Ghana, Asempa Hymns contains some 90 items from that country including 28 “Ghana spirituals” traditionally sung by the Pentecostals but now gaining popularity in all churches. In many of these, there is a distinctive Ghanaian flavour, which this book and the companion music collection Ghana Praise make available for the first time to Christians in other lands.

    The Western tradition of hymnody has served Africa well for many years, but the rich traditions of other countries have failed to spread, held up by barriers of language, denomination and communication. The appearance of Asempa Hymns, with its wide choice of hymns, from nearly all the continents, will help brothers and sisters in Christ in many lands to realise a new fellowship in song and will shorten the distances that divide us.

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  • Yesu Hi

    Yesu Hi track list:

    1. Okokroko

    2. Odofo Pa (feat. HCMC)

    3. Yesu Hi

    4. Psalm 145 (feat. Rev Mouha)

    5. Dibonyeni (feat. Lic Choir)

    6. Toffee (feat. Rev Sam Nelson)

    7. Praise Remix (feat. Joe Mettle)

    8. Mebo Ne Dzin (feat. Uncle Ato)

    9. Saamo Ohe

    10. Hwe Yiye a Eye Pii (feat. Maxwell Enchill & Dani Makafui)

    11. Manyie Yesu See

    12. Yesu Hi (Live)

     

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  • Worshipful

    Worshipful track list:

    1. Yi Na Ye (Praise Medley)

    2. Majie Oyi (feat. Abigail Nkansah)

    3. Oda (feat. Afiba Vanderpuije)

    4. Gye W’ayeyi

    5. Creator, Redeemer, Lord

    6. King of Kings

    7. Interlude (John 3:16)

    8. John 3:16

    9. Mhb 400

    10. Kwemo (feat. Evangeline Gbenartey)

    11. Makpasa Le

    12. Gye W’ayeyi (Reprise)

     

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  • Saving Hearts

    Saving Hearts track list:

    1. Revival

    2. Mala

    3. My Helper

    4. Trinity

    5. Saving Hearts (feat. Ijeoma Mekomam)

    6. Faith of Our Fathers (feat. Ben Essel & Joycelyn Armah)

    7. Boundary Lines (feat. Koda)

    8. Coming Back Again (feat. Danny Nettey)

    9. O Holy Night

    10. Woana Na

    11. Mokobe

     

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  • Hymns Unlimited

    Hymn Unlimited track list:

    1. Benedicite, Omnia Opera

    2. Anwanwa Do (Come Let Us All Unite)

    3. Anwanwa Do (Come Let Us Sing)

    4. Anwanwa Do (And Can It Be)

    5. Sing We the King

    6. Adoremus (All Creatures of Our God and King)

    7Adoremus (O Worship the King)

    8. Adoremus (Praise to the Lord)

    9. Adoremus (When Morning Gilds the Sky)

    10. Adoremus (Saviour, Blessed Saviour)

    11. Adoremus (Fairest Lord Jesus) [feat. Eyra Tamakloe]

    12. Adoremus (Crown Him with Many Crowns)

    13. Ko-Yi-Ko-Ko (O Thou Who Camest from Above)

    14. Malaika (Hark, Hark My Soul) [feat. Dieu Donnee Anyekase]

    15. Cathedral (A Safe Stronghold)

    16. Cathedral (Jesus Shall Reign)

    17. Cathedral (Be Thou My Vision)

    18. Cathedral (Begone Unbelief)

    19. Cathedral (Jesus of Nazareth Passeth By)

    20. Happy Man

    21. Altar Call (Come Sinners to the Gospel Feast)

    22. Altar Call (Hark My Soul)

    23. Altar Call (My Faith Looks up to Thee)

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  • Holy Writings

    Holy Writings track list:

    1. Fa Makoma

    2. You Are Jesus (feat. Kwame Amihere & Harbour City Mass Choir)

    3. Ayeyi Soronko in Eb

    4. Shrine of Our Sanctuary

    5. You Are Beautiful

    6. Been a While

    7. Meeba Lala (feat. Eugene Zuta)

    8. Hello, I Still Love You

    9. Owui Ma Me

    10. The Way (feat. Cwesi Oteng, Koda, Ike Nanor & Sitso “Reazn”)

    11. Hiding Place

    12. Every Single Word (Asem Biara Meka No)

    13. You

    14. Thank You

    15. Safe in You (feat. Rev Joe Beecham & Ewurama Dua Anto)

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  • Moko Bɛ

    Moko Bɛ track list:

    1. None Compares (feat. Danny Nettey & Ike Nanor)

    2. Moses’ Song

    3. Woana Na (feat. Nana Yaa Amihere)

    4. Moko Be

    5. Moko Be (Reprise)

    6. Kwemo (Teaser)

    7. Praise Joint

    8. Wontse Bo

    GHS 10.00

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