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Musical Power And The Root Vibrators - Tribute To Sam Okwaraji album FLAC

  • Performer: Musical Power
  • Title: Tribute To Sam Okwaraji
  • Genre: Reggae
  • Formats: MP4 VQF AIFF FLAC RA MMF WMA
  • Released: 1990
  • Style: Dancehall, Roots Reggae
  • MP3 album: 1716 mb
  • FLAC album: 1943 mb
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 300
Musical Power And The Root Vibrators - Tribute To Sam Okwaraji album FLAC

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Okwaraji had a career in Europe which included playing for NK Dinamo Zagreb, VfB Stuttgart and SSV Ulm 1846 while finishing his education in law. In his short stay with Dinamo Zagreb, Samuel scored 3 goals in a friendly game vs NK Budućnost Hodošan. The game was played on 30 April 1986, and Dinamo Zagreb won 12-0. Samuel's only official game for Dinamo in the Yugoslav First League was as a substitute on 18 May 1986 against FK Priština. The game was played at Maksimir stadium in Zagreb, the 29th round of 1985/86 season. Dinamo Zagreb won 4:3. International career. He made the Green Eagles.

The denominator expresses the root, and the numerator the power. The denominator shows into how many equal factors or roots the given quantity is resolved; and the numerator shows how many of these roots are to be multiplied together. Thus a4/3 is the 4th power of the cube root of a. The denominator shows that a is resolved into the three factors or roots a1/3, and a1/3, and a1/3. And the numerator shows that four of these are to be multiplied together; which will produce the fourth power of a1/3; that is, a1/3. And the second numerator shows how often a1/7 is taken as a factor to produce a3/7. The sum of the numerators therefore, shows how often the root must be taken, for the product.

The Vibrators are a British punk rock band that formed in 1976. The Vibrators were founded by Ian 'Knox' Carnochan, bassist Pat Collier, guitarist John Ellis, and drummer John 'Eddie' Edwards. They first came to public notice at the 100 Club when they backed Chris Spedding in 1976. On Spedding's recommendation, Mickie Most signed them to his label RAK Records. Most produced their first single, "We Vibrate". The band also backed Spedding on his single, "Pogo Dancing".

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Tracklist

A1 Tribute To Sam Okwaraji
A2 Rasta No Go Dirty
A3 Wandering
A4 Neither Riches Nor Poverty
B1 Nelson Mandela Out Of Limbo
B2 Reggae Rhythm
B3 Gime The Microphone (Nitty Gritty)
B4 Happiness

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – June Computer Music Industries Ltd., Garriki, Awkunanaw, Enugu
  • Mixed At – June Computer Music Industries Ltd., Garriki, Awkunanaw, Enugu
  • Designed At – Alfa Anthena Inc. Enugu
  • Designed At – Kenoz Graphics Studio, Enugu

Credits

  • Composed By, Arranged By, Performer, Producer – Musical Power
  • Liner Notes – Crooner Angus Power Nwangwu
  • Producer – June Oneness




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