album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. 3RD GENERATION BAND Obiye saa wui. Extract Chords. Orchestre Picoby Band d'Abomey "Jo Ahi Nou Se". Discafric Band & Robert Degbevi - Djoyi Fa (Dahomey,Benin/Togo 1970's). Picoby Band D'Abomey Mi Ma Kpe Dji.
Black Dragons de Porto-Novo Dahomey - Djidjo Dagbe. Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de L'Atlantique Cotonou Dahomey - Oun Gni Wan Nou We. Nestor Gansou Et Son Ensemble Folklorique - To Tche Houe.
Playing tracks by. Orchestre black dragons de porto novo dahomey. Intro - El Rego et Anne-Marie Mon we gbeto jo - Orchestre Renova Band d'Abomey (Albarika Store, ASB 106) E sa f'aiye - Orchestre Black Dragons de Porto-Novo (Albarika Store, ASB 85) A non zou mi - Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou (Albarika Store), ASEP 1046) Honton ve zoun - Orchestre Picoby Band d'Abomey (Aux Ecoutes, LA 27) Noudagba massou gbenoukounme - Dicafric Band.
The University of Abomey-Calavi (‹See Tfd (in French) Université d'Abomey-Calavi) is the principal university in the country of Benin, in Abomey-Calavi. The school is composed of 19 institutions and six campuses. The university was founded in 1970 as the Université du Dahomey. In 1975 the name was changed to Université Nationale du Bénin. In 2001, the university took its current name. Enrollment at UAC was over 16,000 in 1999, including over 3,300 women.
En tant que plus grand et plus prolifique Orchestre du Bénin il est clair que le tout Puissant Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou occupe ici une place de choix mais je n'ai pas oublié d'autres glorieuses formations issues de tous les coins du pays .
From 1625 to 1900, 12 kings succeeded one another at the head of the powerful Kingdom of Abomey. You might know it as the Kingdom of Dahomey. Each king, upon ascension, built himself a new palace to demonstrate his power and magnificence. Each one was constructed in a similar style with the same materials. During his trip to Dahomey (now Benin), Elisofon visited the royal palace at the town of Abomey, in the Fon people region. This photograph was taken when Eliot Elisofon was on assignment for Westinghouse Film and traveled to Africa from October 26, 1970 to end of March 1971.