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  1. Oct 31,  · Kwaku Baah & Ganoua - Trance () Rebop Kwaku Baah was a Ghanaian percussionist most famous for his work with Traffic () and Can (). This weird album was recorded in Morocco in November with gnawa musicians Abdellcada Zef Zef (guembri), Mohamed Ben Hamou Saidi (guembri), Abdella el Hilalli (percussion), and the Ganoua Ensemble on backing .
  2. Anthony “Reebop” Kwaku Baah, one of the world`s acclaimed master drummer, and a dexterous percussionist from Ghana who died from a brain haemorrhage whilst performing on stage to thousands of crowds in Stockholm, Sweden in , is seen here .
  3. Jul 18,  · Kwaku Baah, together with producer Mim Scala, met the Ganoua in a rambling old palace in Tangier; the music was spontaneous, an expression of joy which remained true to the essence of Ganoua culture. The result of that meeting is "Trance", the first time the music of the Ganoua had been captured on record/5(18).
  4. Anthony Reebop Kwaku Baah discography and songs: Music profile for Anthony Reebop Kwaku Baah, born 13 February Genres: Jazz-Rock. Albums include Egoli, Anthony Reebop Kwaku .
  5. Kwaku Baah & Ganoua - Trance (Island ILPS ) Kwaku Baah or Rebop Kwaku Baah (Wikipedia), - , came from Ghana to the UK and played during the s with Traffic, Can and other groups. The "German" connection eventually led to one of his last and commercially most successful projects, The Unknown Cases and Masimbabele, in Author: Dial Africa.
  6. Apr 29,  · Kwaku Baah & Ganoua - Trance (Island ILPS ) Kwaku Baah or Rebop Kwaku Baah (Wikipedia), - , came from Ghana to the UK and played during the s with Traffic, Can and other groups. The "German" connection eventually led to one of his last and commercially most successful projects, The Unknown Cases and Masimbabele, in

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