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date: 18 May 2024

Oriental Brothers Band 

Source:
The Encyclopedia of Popular Music
Author(s):

Colin Larkin

A highlife band from Eastern Nigeria, the original Orientals were formed by the Opara brothers Warrior, Dan Satch and Godwin Kabaka in 1972. By the end of the decade, the group had released 20 albums. In 1977, Godwin Kabaka left to form the Kabaka International Guitar Band, and the Orientals continued under the leadership of Warrior and Dan Satch. In 1980, Warrior also left, to form Dr Sir Warrior And The Original Oriental Brothers. Three years later, the original line-up got back together to record the album, ... ...

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