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Ojah Awake - Wikipedia
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See offer for details. This is an excellent album for newcomers to Afro-pop, though those already familiar with more challenging artists like Thomas Mapfumo or Fela Kuti might find it a little bland.
Though the band had a strong cult following throughout their career, this big-selling album spawned two big hits: Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. That said, in no way does Ojah Awake feel like a ojag move; Teddy Osei and company keep the rock and funk influences as a flavoring, not a main dish, and the exciting, potent highlife of the title track or "The Warrior" is among the group's best work.
This is Osibisa's most slickly-made commercial record, with Gerry Bron's glossy production smoothing out the free jazz influences that had peeked around the corners of earlier Osibisa gems like Woyaya. Osibisa's eighth album in only five years, 's Ojah Awake was the Ghanaian Afro-poppers' commercial high point in their adopted home of Great Britain.