||Adowa (Otanfo) / Baffour Kyerematen -- Dagomba / Baffour Kyerematen -- Nkabom / Osei Kwame Korankye -- Seprewa kasa (Seprewa speaks guitar answers!) / Kari Banaman -- Towoboase / Osei Kwame Korankye -- Nkasoo / Osei Kwame Korankye -- Agyese wobre / Osei Kwame Korankye -- Barima ye na / Baffour Kyerematen.
||The seprewa, a Ghanaian stringed instrument cousin to the kora of Mali, is highlighted by Seprewa Kasa, an ad hoc group formed to promote the instrument to a world audience.
|General note||Duration: 50 min., 43 sec.|
|General note||Insert ( p. : ill.) includes brief history of seprewa and Ghanaian music in English.|
|General note||Compact disc.|
|Credits||Produced by Alfred Kari Banaman.|
||Performed by Seprewa Kasa (Baffour Kyerematen, lead vocals, seprewa, apreprensua, asratoa, efiritsewa, bass calabash, percussion; Alfred Kari Banaman, acoustic guitar, electric guitar; Osei Korankye, lead vocals, seprewa, talking drums) ; also appearing on the album: Yaw Nkansah, seprewa, backing vocals; Teddy Osei, flute; Laryea Harrison, kpanlogo, percussion; Paulina Oduro, backing vocals; Emmanuel Gyebi, bass; Madam Karankyewa, backing vocals; Kwame Yeboah, Fender rhodes, kalimba; Nii Okai Tagoe, addtional percussion, brekete, atumpan.
|Date/time/place of a event note||Recorded at DiBess Studios, Spintex Road, Accra, Ghana; additional recordings at Perception Studios, Tottenham, London.|
|Language||Music sung in Akan, one of Ghana's main languages, with lyrics printed separately in English.|
|Publisher number||TUGCD1051 Riverboat Records|