Another Highlife record on the melodisc label from the 60's. Bands from Ghana and Nigeria include West African Rhythm Brothers, Nat Atkins and His Crazy Bees and Flash Domincii and the Fabulous Supersonics. The copious sleeve notes tell us about each of the bands involved-
"Iwa Ika Ti Beda Je starts off well with all instruments in unison. Vocal then comes in immediately and nicely too. Here Flash sings and pleads to people to ponder anew and start doing good as people all round the globe are full of wickedness.... Ki Dide was meant to be made a hit when it was issued as a single. People enjoyed listening, rather than daning to it, for the morals behind it. Funny, some people has not the voice to match their stature. A good example is 'Dele Bank-Olemoh the occasional associate singer with Flash. With so titantic a stature, he emits from his throat a voice so thin nobody will believe it is his voice...."
"Sumongole by Nat Atkins, another beautiful and fast number, with Wily on clarinet. ..."
"The sudden death of Chief J.K. Randle came as a great shock to every Nigerian when it was announced. Not less than a day after his arrival from the successful Empire Games in 1957 in which he lead the successful Nigerian athletic team as Chef-de-mission, and where the athletes did incredbly well, he was taken ill, and died not long afterwards..."