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A Xmas Fail
A minifilm by Kuntzel + Deygas starring Cap & Pep.
Produced by Add A Dog, Paris.
Hand made animations by Agnès Fauve.
CG animations by Patrick Daher.
Modeling by Gregory Thomas.
Rendering and compositing by Pierre Chomarat.
Editing by David Haddad.
Musics:The Kiddies Christmas Frolic (Columbia Orchestra, 1919) Hawaiian Hula Melody (Johnny Nobles, 1920).

In the 1940s, the music diverged into two distinct streams: dance band highlife and guitar band highlife. Guitar band highlife featured smaller bands and, at least initially, was most common in rural areas. Because of the history of stringed instruments like the seprewa in the region, musicians were happy to incorporate the guitar. They also used the dagomba style, borrowed from Kru sailors from Liberia, to create highlife's two-finger picking style. [6] Guitar band highlife also featured singing, drums and claves. Nyame and his Akan Trio helped to popularize guitar band highlife, and would release over 400 records during Nyame's lifetime. [6] Dance band highlife, by contrast, was more rooted in urban settings. In the post-war period, larger dance orchestras began to be replaced by smaller professional dance bands, typified by the success of . Mensah and the Tempos. As foreign troops departed, the primary audiences became increasingly Ghanaian, and the music changed to cater to their tastes. Mensah's fame soared after he played with Louis Armstrong in Accra in May 1956, and he eventually earned the nickname, the "King of Highlife". [6] Also important from the 1950s onward was musician King Bruce , who served as band leader to the Black Beats. Some other early bands were, the Red Spots, the Rhythm Aces, the Ramblers and Broadway-Uhuru.


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