Chief Commander Ebenezer Obey & His Inter-Reformers Band
Obey OPS 012
side one: Eni To Ba Mbe Laiye / Ninu Odun Yi Baba Serere Fun Mi / Oseun Oluwa / Jesu Nikan Ni Moni Ni Baba / Bose Omede Loluwa Gbola Fun / Odun Owo
side two: Orisirisi Ore Lowa Laiye / O Mo Pe Mori E / Ma Gba Mi Laya - Ma Gba Mi Loko / Late Chief Moradeun Aduke Ojora / Late Chief E. O. Okunowo / Edumare Fun Wa Lolu Omo
jamsolon1 said... "this one of the obey song that will never be outdated, it is very sweet"
Outreachat said... "This is almost surely my all-time Obey album; I like the energy, his reprise of his old story-telling mode which Obey had favoured in the early 70s, and above all, the fusion of content and form in the brilliant drum sequences. The tenor guitarist on this album, Paul Tao, was the third major one to play with Obey, after Monday John and Segun Awe. 1987 was a huge year for Obey, being the only year he posed any credible threat to Sunny Ade's dominance in juju music since the 70s."
Special thanks to Moos at Global Groove for posting the files for this music.
Also much thats to Toshiya Endo for his Ebenezer Obey discography.