Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Burger-highlife Jazz

For the first time last two weeks, I invited +233, a jazz club at Kanda, Accra. I absolutely loved it and definitely will go there again.

George Darko, highly acclaimed guitarist and father of Burger-highlife in Ghana, performed marvelously with his band. I couldn't believe I could still remember the words of the songs, which he composed ages ago.

Paapa Koo Nimo was in attendance.

Koo Nimo and George Darko; what a combination!

video
I took a five minute video of the performance with my phone. Enjoy.

5 comments:

Juanita said...

ooh, awesome. Its been a long time since I actualkly heard a live band perform. Will visist when I come back home. :)

Nana Yaw Asiedu said...

Maybe it's time to check this place out. Thanks.

Myne Whitman said...

What was marvelous was the play of the instruments, loved it!

Nanasei said...

I absolutely love George Darko's music. His "Obi Abaayewa ei mene wo beko" was our first-dance song at our wedding.
There's just something about classic highlife music that rubs me just right... The creativity in instrumentation and the lyrics... It's just great stuff!

BTW, what was up with that over-zealous young man in the video? Can't blame him though. He probably is as passionate about highlife as I am. LOL

Tetekai said...

@Juanita: Long time no hear. You are welcome to visit. You will enjoy it.

@Nana Yaw: Yes.

@Myne: Glad you love it.

@Nanasei: You wedding?; nice.
The over zealous young man never sat; he danced throughout the time i was there.