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Yoruba’s Highlife – Compilation Vol. 1

E. T. Mensah, the most popular highlife artist of the 1950s, regularly toured Igbo-land, attracting large throngs of adoring admirers. Bobby Benson and His Combo were the first Nigerian highlife band to gain a national following. Jim Lawson & the Mayor's Dance Band, who rose to national prominence in the mid-'70s and died in 1971, were the band's successors. Yoruba highlife artists such as Elder I.K Dairo, Pa. Moses Olaiya, Ayinla Omowura, Pa. Fatai Rolling-Dollar, and Dr. Victor Olaiya peaked around the same time. www.freshnewcut.com

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Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe – Best Songs

Osadebe's music mixes the West African style of music of highlife with Nigerian Igbo traditional styles. His most famous success was the 1984 record "Osondi Owendi," which established him as a highlife leader and became one of Nigeria's most successful singles of all time. www.freshnewcut.com

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Disque Debs International – Guy Conquette & Friends

Disque Debs International has a long history of absorbing musical influences from all across the Mediterranean, Europe, and former African colonies. www.freshnewcut.com

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Festac Festival 77 – Best Cultural Hits

The Second World Black and African Festival of Arts and Culture, popularly known as Festac '77, was held in 1977. (the first was in Dakar, 1966). www.freshnewcut.com

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Sir. Victor Owaifo – Mega Hits Compilation

He is widely regarded as the world's most educated performing highlife music legend, musical instrument creator and artist. Prof. Sir Victor Uwaifo (MON) (born March 1, 1941) is a Nigerian musician, writer, sculptor, and inventor of musical instruments, as well as a University lecturer. www.freshnewcut.com

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