Kumasi Trio - Pen Pen Sin Pen

Kumasi Trio
Song Name: Pen Pen Sin Pen
By: Kumasi Trio
Country: Ghana
Song Local Name: Not available
Album: Yaa Amponsah (1928)
Link to buy: Not available
Genre: folk music of Ghana , Kru , palm wine , highlife , Kwame Asare , Jacob Sam
Date Added: 04 Nov 2016

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Pen Pen Sin Pen by Kumasi Trio is part of folk music tradition in/by Ghana. Folk Music of Ghana is traditionally brother to some other region(s) in the world. If you want to listen to song(s) in the same genre or with the same root with Pen Pen Sin Pen (or folk music of Ghana), other than checking Ghana you can also check music of Nigeria. From the top menu, first choose the desired region and then find the link from the map or country list.

Palm wine music is a retrospective term for various early twentieth-century music styles that combined local West African instruments with the portable ones of visiting seamen: the concertina, harmonica and particularly
the guitar. It was played in working-class dockside bars and palm wine bars and included different subgenres. Liberian Kru seamen had been working aboard European sailing ships from Napoleonic times and developed the
distinctive West African two-finger plucking guitar technique, which spread along the West African coast from World War I on via Kru-town settlements. It was a Kru who, in the 1920s, taught Ghana’s famous pioneer highlife
guitarist Kwame Asare (aka Jacob Sam), whose Kumasi Trio made the first highlife recordings (including the famous “Yaa Amponsah”) for Zonophone in London in 1928.

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