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Juju Roots: 1930s-1950s. Release group by Various Artists. Type: Album + Compilation.
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This article includes an overview of the major events and trends in popular music in the 1950s. Various genre in the First World, rock and roll, doo-wop, pop, swing, rhythm and blues, blues, Country music, rockabilly, and jazz music dominated and defined the decade's music. Rock and roll dominated popular music in the mid 1950s and late 1950s, and quickly spread to much of the rest of the world.
In the 1930s Nigeria was a British colony. A Nigerian could go so far, but no further, in the government or in business, regardless of ability or qualifications. Tunde King expressed popular feelings in his songs. In "Oba Oyinbo", he celebrated the ascension of King George VI of Britain, saying with quiet irony "We Have a father. King George is our father. White man Cameron (the governor) is our father. In songs that were not recorded, he went further, expressing resentment more explicitly. In all, he made over 30 records Legacy.
The best album by Juju (US) is A Message From Mozambique which is ranked number 64,342 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 3. Juju (US) is ranked number 26,728 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 3. Product Details.
Volume six collects some notable recordings of the year 1950, just before the big rock & roll explosion caused by artists such as Bill Haley & His Comets and Elvis Presley. The compilation makes clear the great musical debt these artists, who became rich and famous, owed to earlier artists, many of whom remained poor and obscure. When the album is over, there will be a greater appreciation for the many artists who contributed to making rock & roll the phenomenon that shaped a generation and still influences music.
Lagos in the 1920s and 1930s was peopled by a mixture of local Yoruba people and returnees from the New World. Together they created a form of music named "Palm Wine" that combined Yoruba folk music with musical idioms from countries such as Brazil and Cuba. Banjos, guitars, shakers and hand drums supported lilting songs about daily life. Jùjú music was a form of Palm Wine music that originated in the Olowogbowo area of Lagos in the 1920s, in a motor mechanic workshop where "area boys" used to gather to drink and make music. Tunde King was the leader of this group. Two of his recordings, "Oba Oyinbo" and "Dunia" were included on an anthology CD Juju Roots: 1930s-1950s, released by Rounder Records in January 1985.
|A1||–Irewolede Denge, Dickson Oludaiye||Orin Asape Eko|
|A2||–Tunde King & His Group||Oba Oyinbo|
|A3||–Tunde King & His Group||Dunia|
|A4||–Ayinde Bakare & His Group||Ojo Davies|
|A5||–Ojo Babajide & His Ibadan Juju Group||Abasi Olubadan|
|A6||–Jolly Orchestra||Atari Ajanaku|
|A7||–S.S. Peters & His Group||Canaan Canaan Calabar|
|A8||–Lagos Mozart Orchestra||Ore Mi Kini Se?|
|B1||–Julius Olofin & His Group||Mo Ti Boko De Calabar|
|B2||–Ayinde Bakare & His Group||Ojowu 'Binrin|
|B3||–Rafiu Bankole & His Group||Sowemimo|
|B4||–Ojoge Daniel & His Juju Band||Awolowo|
|B5||–C.A. Balagun & His Abalabi Group||Egan Mi Ko Ye O|
|B6||–J.O. Araba & His Rhythm Blues*||Iyawo Ma Pa Mi|
|B7||–J.O. Oyesiku & His Rainbow Quintette||Baba Oni Taxi|
|B8||–Irewolede Denge & His Group||Chief Ogunde|
- Compiled By – Chris Waterman
- Design, Artwork By [Illustration] – Susan Marsh
|C-5017||Various||JuJu Roots 1930s - 1950s (Cass, Comp)||Rounder Records||C-5017||US||1985|
|CD 5017||Various||JuJu Roots 1930s - 1950s (CD, Comp)||Rounder Records||CD 5017||US||1993|