A household name in Nigeria, Dr. Orlando Owoh enjoyed a popularity that has cut across generational lines in his home country and beyond. Leading groups such as the Omimah Band and the Young Kenneries, Owoh remained popular even as Nigerian tastes shifted to the recent Juju and Fuji styles. Before this transition, the hot style in Nigeria and Ghana was called Highlife. It developed from a traditional Yoruba genre called "palm wine music", overlaid with danceable guitar rhythms, and, in the hands of many musicians, it also contained a strong element of Trinidadian calypso. Owoh combined this aesthetic with a traditionalist spin on things to make his own brand of excellent sound. Originally released in 1977 on Decca Records Nigeria, Tidal Waves Music now presents the first official reissue of his seminal album. This is also the first time the album is being released outside of the African continent. This unique record comes as a deluxe 180 gram vinyl edition, strictly limited to 500 copies worldwide, with obi strip and featuring the original artwork.