Rim Kwaku Obeng & The Believers – Rim Arrives / International Funk
- BBE Records
- Picture Gatefold
- EU - Original
We’re very proud to present here the first of two legendary ‘lost’ albums both previously available only as rare-as-hen’s teeth private presses, from one Samuel K. Mfojo, the man known as Rim Kwaku Obeng. As well as heralding the arrival as solo artist of an exciting new drummer, the title of his 1977 debut, Rim Arrives, also makes reference to the long struggle Kwaku had in getting to that point. To say that he ‘paid his dues’ is an understatement! A member of one of Ghana’s most popular bands, the Uhuru Dance Band, during a period when ‘every song was a hit’, the recording studios of LA were even more alluring to an aspirant musician, and he followed his bandmate, Duke Oketa, there for a session in 1973.
|A2.||Believe In Yourself|
|A3.||Sunkwa (Life First)|
|B1.||Brushing Means Making Love|
|B2.||Nothing Is Free|
|B3.||Spend Your Money|
|D1.||International Funk (Instrumen...|
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