|3||Wa Winjigo Ero||3:34|
|7||En Mana Kuoyo||3:54|
|CDRW42, CD RW 42, 0777 7 87947 2 1||Ayub Ogada||En Mana Kuoyo (CD, Album)||Real World Records, Real World Records, Real World Records||CDRW42, CD RW 42, 0777 7 87947 2 1||UK & Europe||1993|
|LPRW42||Ayub Ogada||En Mana Kuoyo (LP, RE)||Real World Records||LPRW42||UK||2017|
|CAROL 2335-2, 0777 7 87947 2 1||Ayub Ogada||En Mana Kuoyo (CD, Album)||Caroline Records, Real World Records||CAROL 2335-2, 0777 7 87947 2 1||US||1993|
|CDRW642||Ayub Ogada||En Manu Kuoyo (CD, Album)||Real World Gold||CDRW642||Europe||2012|
- Arranged By – Ayub Ogada
- Backing Vocals – Geoffrey Oryema (tracks: 6)
- Design [Art Direction] – Sy-Jenq Cheng
- Djembe, Percussion, Percussion [Panlogo] – David Oladunni
- Double Bass, Piano – Alex Gifford (tracks: 8)
- Engineer – Richard Evans
- Guitar [Electric And Acoustic], Bass – Zak Sikobe (tracks: 10)
- Mixed By – Ayub Ogada, Richard Evans
- Organ [Hammond] – Alex Gifford
- Other [Series Identity] – Garry Mouat
- Photography – Stephen Lovell-Davis
- Producer – Ayub Ogada, Richard Evans
- Vocals, Lyre [Nyatiti], Percussion, Flute [Imbele And Wea] – Ayub Ogada
- Written-By – Ayub Ogada (tracks: 1-4,7,8,10), Mbarak Achieng And The Black Savage Band (tracks: 9), Sukuma Bin Ongaro (tracks: 6), Traditional (tracks: 5), Zak Sikobe (tracks: 7)
En Mana KUOYO
"There is a question to be asked,
Many have carried it around as have I,
For sometime, yes, sometime.
As I step and traverse this our land,
As i trek and am exposed to our master plan.
Like children we are happy
Throwing our stones upon the water,
But this to the frogs is a storm of sand.
Is it true what they say about you?
Remember that being clever gave
The monkey a long tail ...
Or was it Pinnochio and his nose ..?"
Ahh ... never mind, crank up the machines, tuende mbele!! (forward!)
This music is my special thanks to family, friends, partners in life/music
Past, present, future, I salute you.
- Barcode: 0 1704-62335-2 1
Ayub Ogada. En Mana Kuoyo. 2015 Real World Gold. African Lullaby. Various artists. 1999 Album. слушайте с пользой. У нас есть подкасты обо всём на свете . Album 1993 10 Songs. Ayub Ogada & Union Nowhere. Silina Musango. Exile Real World Gold. Geoffrey Oryema. Afrika Wassa. Vieux Diop. Ayub Ogada Format: Audio CD. On En Mana Kuoyo meaning just sand, he sings mellifluous, almost hypnotic, and yet ultimately lackadaisical melodies concerning home, his instrument, the weather, and injustice. By way of attempting a subtle fusion of African and European not to mention urban and rural styles, Ogada is accompanied by a small ensemble that adds surprisingly little to almost too-pretty songs more alike than not. Ayub Ogada turns in a wonderful album here, full of African sounds and rich vocals. En Mana Kuoyo has a haunting, spiritual quality that is reflective, intimate, introspective and demonstrates an extraordinary sensitivity to dynamics. Folk Roots UK. The finest songs are slow melodic relaxed lilting show off both the instruments delicacy and Ogadas thoughtful, intimate and soulful vocals. Produced by Brian Eno, this album introduced the world to the struggles of singer-songwriter Geoffrey Oryema, who fled Uganda at a young age following the secret assassination of his father, a government minister. A wistful reflection on the Uganda of Oryemas youth and the sadness of his exile. Songs For The Poor Man. 10 tracks 39:49. His music is known to have a natural feel to it, having songs of birds, the calls of animals and the sounds of children playing in the background. En Mana Kuoyo by Oyub Ogada from the album En Mana Kuoyo. I couldn't find this song on youtube, so I thought I'll put it up for those of you who might . Released 1993. En Mana Kuoyo Tracklist. Obiero Lyrics. About En Mana Kuoyo. nyatiti a stringed instrument similar to the lyre and Ogadas reflective, subdued vocals are unlike anything youve ever heard. Theyre also almost the only things you will hear on this disc, the only embellishment being the occasional light percussion or wind instrument. Ogada sings in his native Kenyan tongue, of the beliefs and traditions of his people. Go far, see the world, but dont forget where you come from, he intones in the song Chiro, a sentiment he has obviously. En Mana Kuoyo by Ayub Ogada, released 17 May 1993 1. Obiero 2. Dala 3. Wa Winjigo Ero 4. Thum Nyatiti 5. Kronkrohinko 6. Chiro 7. Ondiek 9. Kothbiro 10. Includes unlimited streaming of En Mana Kuoyo via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 3 days. Buy RecordVinyl