|Performer:||E. T. Mensah & His Tempos Band|
|Title:||Akuafo Cocoa / Natsui|
|Other format:||WAV AU XM ASF DXD VOX AHX|
Companies, etc. Made By – Decca West African Series.
Emmanuel Tettey Mensah, best known as E. T. Mensah (31 May 1919 – 19 July 1996), was a Ghanaian musician who was regarded as the "King of Highlife" music. He led the band "The Tempos", a group that toured widely in West Africa. Mensah was born at Accra, in the Gold Coast, West Africa, on 31 May 1919. His early education took place at the Government School, Accra, and later at Accra High School.
Mensah & The Tempos. Mensah & The Tempos.
Akuafo Cocoa 10. Natsui 11. The Tree and The Monkey . Emmanuel Tetteh Mensah was a t and band leader whose dance band Highlife re-Africanised American swing music, blending it with Caribbean melodies, Latin rhythms and indigenous elements from the musically rich culture of Ghana (then known as The Gold Coast). Although he had started out on a musical career in the 1930s, . recorded his first 78rpm discs in 1952 and as he later claimed: When my records came out in 1952 they vibrated into the ears of the listening public in Nigeria and other parts of Africa
Mensah And His Tempos Band - The Tree And The Monkey.
Mensah & The Tempos Band Save Me. (play). Mensah & The Tempos Asembon Tie M'ansem. Mensah & The Tempos Renkyebo. Mensah & The Tempos Loffoh Bibio. Mensah & The Tempos The Tree and the Monkey. Mensah & The Tempos Kwame Nkrumah. Mensah & The Tempos Auntie B. Mensah & The Tempos Makoma. Mensah & The Tempos Akuafo Cocoa.