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Dizzy K. Falola - Sweet Music Volume I mp3 album

Dizzy K. Falola - Sweet Music Volume I mp3 album Performer: Dizzy K. Falola
Title: Sweet Music Volume I
Style: African, Boogie, Funk
Date of release: 2018
Size MP3: 1508 mb
Size FLAC: 1180 mb
Rating: 4.6

1 Early life and pop career. He met Tony Okoroji, who became his mentor, in the early 1980s and soon began working with him. His album Baby Kilode, and its title track, became instant hits. Other albums included Sweet Music and Excuse Me Baby. Along with Chris Okotie, Felix Liberty and Jide Obi Falola stimulated Nigeria's emerging music industry with a unique brand of pop music Gospel music ministry. As a famous singer, Falola lived life in the fastlane until he became a born-again Christian in 1989.

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Dizzy K Falola - Trap (Yakata Mix) Dizzy K. - Omoge Dizzy K Falola - Appreciate Dizzy K Falola - New Experience DIZZY K. FALOLA 1982 - EXCUSE ME BABY Dizzy K Falola - Drive Through Dizzy K. 4r.

Dizzy K. Falola Organic Grooves kaufen im Online Music Store von HHV - Neuheiten & Topseller auf Vinyl, CD & Tape - Versandkostenfrei bestellen ab 80€! . Having previously featured on Comb and Razor's popular compilation 'Brand New Wayo', Caribou's 'The Longest Mixtape: 1000 Songs For You' (twice) and remixed by numerous DJs including Kornel Kovacs. It has long been over due that Nigerian synth-funk legend Dizzy K gets the reissue he deserves, teaming up with London based record label Sticky Buttons for a very special double LP compilation. Dizzy K Falola is one of Nigeria's most adored disco funk artists form the early 80's

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Listen to music from Dizzy K Falola like Omoge. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Dizzy K Falola. Dizzy K Falola became a household name as a professional secular musician under EMI/HMV and latert turned Pastor and Preacher when he encountered Jesus Christ. He has since released eight gospel albums to date. Write something about Dizzy K. Top Tracks.

The best way to show your appreciation musically. This reinforces the sonorous beauty of this album and the music which is further punctuated throughout with elements of hip-hop, punk, jazz, pop and R&B.


A1 Excuse Me Baby 04:39
A2 Link The Boogie 04:58
A3 Saturday Night Raps 05:17
A4 I'll Never Love Again 03:37
B1 Take It to the DJ 04:40
B2 Ife Love 05:53
B3 You 04:47
C1 Baby Kilode? 04:35
C2 Omoge 04:06
C3 Be My Friend (Edit) 04:30
C4 Special Love 04:17
D1 Sweet Music 06:27
D2 Konga Mama 06:00
D3 Yes, I Love You 04:48

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – The Carvery
  • Remastered At – See Why Audio


  • Compiled By – Sticky Buttons
  • Liner Notes – Dizzy K. Falola
  • Mastered By – The Carvery*
  • Remastered By [Restored] – Colin Young


Licensed by the Artist Dizzy K. Falola.
Under Exclusive License to Sticky Buttons.

Includes personal liner notes insert from the artist.

with special thanks to Colin Young, Frank Merritt and Duncan Brooker.

User reviews
Meh, iPod audio on this repress. Someone has uploaded their vinyl rip from the original pressing on YouTube, and even listening to them side by side on YouTube you can hear the difference. Another digital vinyl (clue is usually where it says "remastered")
Respectfully disagree, got both versions in front of me to compare. Only issues are with the "Sweet Music" album which has flaws in the original pressing. How do you want it to sound when the original masters don't exist? I guess you can argue it should be pressed exactly how it was originally in Nigeria with all its flaws, but then this version was preferred by the artist so which is correct? Ultimately this went through the exact same process almost all other re-releases from Nigeria at the time have gone through and that's the way it is if people want to own this music at affordable prices in a decent quality.
I don't know if there will be a volume 2, but this first compilation has the killers on it (Excuse Me Baby & Omoge...). Curious about the sound quality.Edit: Listened to the FLACs (available on Bandcamp). Sound quality is great! And what a collection...On "Link The Boogie", the guitar player is placed at the extreme left of the sound stage and is almost sitting on my left on the sofa!
A long time was spent looking for the original masters but as it turns out master tapes at that time in Nigeria were quite often reused and that seems to be the case with Dizzy K's. Records for this compilation are sourced from Dizzy K's personal collection and with the help of Duncan Brooker. Remastering/restoration done buy Colin at See Why Audio who has done an amazing job on countless reissues including all the William Onyeabor releases as an example. Vinyl mastering and pressing done by The Carvery who again have a great track record with with some other the other big Nigeria releases from Soundway/Sofrito. Audio is available to listen to on bandcamp for anyone curious but we are really happy with the results. Plans for volume 2 as a compilation of his last 3 albums are already underway!
One of the unsung heroes of the Nigerian Boogie & Disco scene. Every track here is killer. If these are from the original masters this will be a must-buy.
Listened through the compilation on Band Camp and the masters sound amazing. Ordered it instantly!