|B2||Awon Ojise Oluwa||6:20|
- Acoustic Guitar [Shell Guitar], Piano – (tracks: A1)
- Acoustic Guitar, Rhythm Guitar –
- Agogô –
- Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone –
- Arranged By, Composed By, Drums, Percussion, Producer, Conductor, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals –
- Artwork [Assistance] –
- Artwork, Backing Vocals –
- Backing Vocals – , , , , , , ,
- Backing Vocals, Clavinet, Piano –
- Backing Vocals, Co-producer –
- Backing Vocals, Co-producer, Flugelhorn, Trumpet, Drum [Agbe Drum] –
- Backing Vocals, Electric Guitar, Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar –
- Bass Guitar – , (tracks: A2)
- Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Piano –
- Engineer – , , ,
- Kora – (tracks: B1)
- Lead Guitar – (tracks: B1)
- Liner Notes –
- Photography By –
- Piano, Flute – (tracks: B3)
- Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone –
Includes an insert 13 cm x 16,5 cm with track list and a message handwritten by Gaspar Lawal.
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side runout inscription): CAP-I-A 2 0
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side runout inscription): CAP-I-B3 B STRAWBERRY
- A wonderful record - fresh, vibrant, and excellently played by all concerned. Filled with exquisite passages and joyful moments. The LP cost me almost ten times what it cost Bradx below, but very much worth it. Money's just money, whereas music gives pleasure, allows reflection, relaxation, and transcendence.
- I was at a record fair sometime in the '80s and heard this album booming from a stall across the hall. The track was Kita Kita.
I ran across and bought the record straight away. £4 I think it was. Great record.
- There’s some real magic here. I return to this album a lot. Some it has elements of dub. Well worth your time.