by Sam Sankoh
(san diego, ca, u.s.a)
Sam Sankoh aka AFRICANPOSTMAN for delivering the Good Word to the nation Sam Sankoh born in london and raised in Sierra Leone, lived in New york in the 80's from 1989 through 1994, NYC-based WILDLIFE...http://wildlife.qexam.com/songs.html could be seen performing regularly throughout Manhattan and the surrounding area.
Founding members, Robert Mitchell (guitar & vocals), Yuergen Renner (drums) and Steve Foreman (bass) were later joined by singer & percussionist, Sam Sankoh.
With its members representing three continents (Europe, Africa and North America), Wildlife concocted a unique blend of Rock, Funk, Jazz and World Beat to generate its eclectic sound.
During the five years of its original incarnation, Wildlife performed regularly in NYC, toured five States and released three CDs which could be heard on College Radio throughout the Northeast. Now, after more than a decade, the three founding members of Wildlife have reconnected;Sankoh joined the Navy..got out and relocated to San diego now lead singer for the "Tribe Of Judah" and Love and groove.
These are just some of he's tunes from he's soon to be released album in November.
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