Amha released 12 LP albums.

Ethiopian Modern Instrumentals Hits
Amha AELP 10

A1 Munaye (arranged by Mulatu Astatke)
A2 Meche Dereshe (arranged and composed by Mulatu Astatke)
A3 Yetesfa Tezeta (arranged by Girma Beyene, composed by Tesfamariam Kidane)
A4 Kasalefkut Hulu (arranged and composed by Mulatu Astatke)
A5 Tezeta (arranged by Mulatu Astatke)
B1 Ewnet Yet Lagegnesh (arranged by Mulatu Astatke, composed by Bahta G. Hiwot)
B2 Yegele Tezeta (arranged and composed by Mulatu Astatke)
B3 Bemegnot Alnorm (arranged by Mulatu Astatke, composed by Bahta G. Hiwot)
B4 Yekrmo Saw (arranged and composed by Mulatu Astatke)
B5 Heiwote (arranged by Mulatu Astatke, composed by Tesfamariam Kidane)

Complete LP reissued by Buda Musique, Heavenly Sweetness and P-Vine Records.

Year: 1972
Record pressed in Greece

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Ethiopian Hit Parade Vol. 1
Amha AELP 20

A1 Alemayehu Eshete: Addis Abeba Bete
A2 Girma Beyene: Set Alameneme
A3 Gemechu Itana: Shemermare Tiya
A4 Seifu Yohannes: Tezeta
A5 Abayneh Degene: Yebereha Lomie
B1 Teshome Meteku: Gara Ser Naw Betesh
B2 Menelik Wossenachew: Asha Gedawo
B3 Muluken Melesse: Hedech Alu
B4 Mulatu Astatke: Yekermo Saw (Instrumental)
B5 Essatu Tessema: Ayamaru Eshete
B6 Abebe Tessema: Ashasha Beyew

Complete LP reissued by Heavenly Sweetness Records.
Most tracks were reissued in the éthiopiques CD series:

A1 (AE 320 A) reissued on 'éthiopiques-9: Alèmayèhu Eshèté 1969-1974', (Buda Musique, France) as "Addis Abèba bété".
A2 (AE 170 A) reissued on 'éthiopiques-8: Swinging Addis', (Buda Musique, France) as "Sét alamenem".
A3 (AE 520 B) reissued on 'éthiopiques-25: Modern Roots 1971-1975, (Buda Musique, France) as "Shemèrmari tiya".
A4 (AE 270 B) reissued on 'éthiopiques-1: Golden Years of modern Ethiopian music', (Buda Musique, France) and on 'éthiopiques-10: Ethiopian Blues & Ballads', (Buda Musique, France) as "Tezeta".
A5 (AE 430 A) reissued on 'éthiopiques-25: Modern Roots 1971-1975, (Buda Musique, France) as "Yèbèrèha lomi".
B1 (AE 180 B) reissued on 'éthiopiques-1: Golden Years of modern Ethiopian music', (Buda Musique, France) as "Gara ser nèw bétesh".
B2 (AE 420 A) not reissued
B3 (AE 440 B) on 'éthiopiques-1: Golden Years of modern Ethiopian music', (Buda Musique, France) and on 'éthiopiques-10: Ethiopian Blues & Ballads' as "Hédètch alu".
B4 (AE 200 B) not reissued
B5 (AE 410 B) reissued on 'éthiopiques-25: 1971>1975 Modern Roots' (Buda Musique, France) as "Ayamaru eshèté".
B6 (AE 540 A) reissured on 'éthiopiques-25: 1971>1975 Modern Roots' (Buda Musique, France) as "Ashasha bèyèw".

Year: ?
Record pressed in Greece

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Ethiopian Hit Parade Vol. 2
Amha AELP 30

A1 Getachew Kassa: Tezeta
A2 Mulatu Astatke: Munaye
A3 Teshome Mitiku: Yelemed Yebada (Yezemed Yebada)
A4 Abayneh Degene: Balengerie
A5 Alemayehu Eshete: Temehert Bete (Temeheret Bete)
B1 Menelik Wossenachew: Belew Bedubaye
B2 Alemayehu Eshete: Alteleyeshigneme
B3 Teshome Mitiku: Mote Adeladayou
B4 Essatu Tessema and Seifu Yohannes: Fikir Bekumena
B5 Muluken Melesse: Enbayen Teregew

Most tracks were reissued in the éthiopiques CD series:

A1 (AE 530 A or B) reissued on 'éthiopiques-1: Golden Years of modern Ethiopian music', (Buda Musique, France) and on 'éthiopiques-10: Ethiopian Blues & Ballads' as "Tezeta fast" or "Tezeta slow".
A2 (AELP 10) reissued on 'éthiopiques-4: Ethio Jazz & musique instrumentale', (Buda Musique, France) as "Munayé".
A3 (AE 200 B) reissued on 'éthiopiques-1: Golden Years of modern Ethiopian music', (Buda Musique, France) as "Yèzèmed yèbaed".
A4 (AE 430 B) not reissued
A5 (AE 450 A) reissued on 'éthiopiques-9: Alèmayèhu Eshèté 1969-1974', (Buda Musique, France) as "Temhert bété".
B1 (AE 350 A) not reissued
B2 (AE 320 B) not reissued
B3 (AE 190 A) reissued on 'éthiopiques-1: Golden Years of modern Ethiopian music', (Buda Musique, France) as "Mot adèladlogn".
B4 (AE 410 A) reissued on 'éthiopiques-25: Modern Roots 1971-1975, (Buda Musique, France) as "Feqer bèqumèna".
B5 ?

Year: ?
Record pressed in Greece

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Notes: Teshome Meteku is spelled "Teshome Mitiku" on the labels
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Ethiopian Hit Parade Vol. 3
Amha AELP 40

A1 Alemayehu Eshete: Denyew Denaba
A2 Tewolde Redda: Ab Teqai Kerebi
A3 Seifu Yohannes: Mela Mela
A4 Abebe Tessema: Gebre Gurache Gote (Gebre Burach Gute)
A5 Alemayehu Eshete: Yeleben Bitayew (Yelebene Bitayiw)
A6 Tewolde Redda: Momona
B1 Mulatu Astatke / Tesfa Mariam Kidane: Tezeta
B2 Alemayehu Eshete: Yewoine Haregitu
B3 Teshome Mitiku: Hasabe
B4 Menelik Wossenachew: Nefse Eko Nat
B5 Abayneh Degene: Ereneite

Most tracks were reissued in the éthiopiques CD series:

A1 (AE 450 B) reissued on 'éthiopiques-9: Alèmayèhu Eshèté 1969-1974', (Buda Musique, France) as "Dènyènw dènèba".
A2 (AE 330 A) reissued on 'éthiopiques-5: Tigrigna music 1970-1975', (Buda Musique, France) as "Ab teqay querèbi".
A3 (AE 270 A) reissued on 'éthiopiques-1: Golden Years of modern Ethiopian music', (Buda Musique, France) as "Mèla méla".
A4 (AE 540 B) reissued on 'éthiopiques-25: 1971>1975 Modern Roots' (Buda Musique, France) as "Gèbrè guratch guté".
A5 (AE 450 A) reissued on 'éthiopiques-9: Alèmayèhu Eshèté', (Buda Musique, France) as "Yèlbén betayiw".
A6 (AE 380 B) reissued on 'éthiopiques-5: Tigrigna music 1970-1975', (Buda Musique, France) as "Mèmona".
B1 (AELP 10) reissued on 'éthiopiques-4: Ethio Jazz & musique instrumentale', (Buda Musique, France) and on 'éthiopiques-10: Ethiopian Blues & Ballads', (Buda Musique, France) as "Tezeta".
B2 (AE 310 A) reissued on 'éthiopiques-9: Alèmayèhu Eshèté', (Buda Musique, France) as "Yèwèyn harègitu".
B3 (AE 200 A) reissued on 'éthiopiques-1: Golden Years of modern Ethiopian music', (Buda Musique, France) as "Hasabé".
B4 (AE 420 B) not reissued
B5 (AE 430 B) not reissued

Year: ?
Record pressed in Greece

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Ethiopian Hit Parade Vol. 4
Amha AELP 50

A1 Tewolde Redda: Ab Tequai Kerebi
A2 Tsehaitu Baraki: Megemeria Fikrie
A3 Tewolde Redda: Nehdar Zeietkewhune
A4 Tsehaitu Baraki: Aminie
A5 Tebereh Tesfa-Hunegn: Welladka Hazile
B1 Tebereh Tesfa-Hunegn: Addei Weladitei
B2 Tewolde Redda: Momona
B3 Tewolde Redda: Milenu
B4 Tsehaitu Baraki: Bazay
B5 Tsehaitu Baraki: Hadaraye

All tracks were reissued in the éthiopiques CD series:

A1 (AE 330 A) reissued on 'éthiopiques-5: Tigrigna music 1970-1975', (Buda Musique, France) as "Ab teqay querèbi".
A2 (AE 460 B) reissued on 'éthiopiques-5: Tigrigna music 1970-1975', (Buda Musique, France) as "Mèdjèmèrya feqrey".
A3 (AE 330 B) reissued on 'éthiopiques-5: Tigrigna music 1970-1975', (Buda Musique, France) as "Nehadar zèytkèwen".
A4 (AE 470 B) reissued on 'éthiopiques-5: Tigrigna music 1970-1975', (Buda Musique, France) as "Aminèy".
A5 (AE 550 B) reissued on 'éthiopiques-5: Tigrigna music 1970-1975', (Buda Musique, France) as "Welladka hazilè".
B1 (AE 550 A) reissued on 'éthiopiques-5: Tigrigna music 1970-1975', (Buda Musique, France) as "Adèy wèladitèy".
B2 (AE 380 B) reissued on 'éthiopiques-5: Tigrigna music 1970-1975', (Buda Musique, France) as "Mèmona".
B3 (AE 380 A) reissued on 'éthiopiques-5: Tigrigna music 1970-1975', (Buda Musique, France) as "Milènu".
B4 (AE 470 A) reissued on 'éthiopiques-5: Tigrigna music 1970-1975', (Buda Musique, France) as "Bazay".
B5 (AE 460 A) reissued on 'éthiopiques-5: Tigrigna music 1970-1975', (Buda Musique, France) as "Hadarèy".

Year: ?
Record pressed in ?

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Ethiopian Hit Parade Vol. 5
Amha AELP 60

A1 Hirut Bekele & Alemayehu Eshete: Temeles (spelled "Temelese" on the label)
A2 Getachew Kassa: Tezeta (slow)
A3 Hirut Bekele: Almokerkum Nebere
A4 Alemayehu Eshete: Addis Abeba Bete (spelled "Addis Ababa Bete" on the label)
A5 Seyoum Gebreyes: Yehagere Gegna
B1 Hirut Bekele: Esu Naw Messelegn (spelled "Esu Naw Messelegne" on the label)
B2 Getachew Kassa: Tezeta (fast)
B3 Alemayehu Eshete: Tey Gidyeleshime
B4 Alemayehu Eshete: Yewoine Haregitu
B5 Seyoum Gebreyes: Hametegnaw

All tracks were reissued in the éthiopiques CD series:

A1 (AE 560 A) reissued on 'éthiopiques-3: Golden Years of modern Ethiopian music' (Buda Musique, France) as "Tèmèlès"
A2 (AE 530 A) reissued on 'éthiopiques-1: Golden Years of modern Ethiopian music' and on 'ethiopiques-10: Ethiopian Blues and Ballads' (Buda Musique, France) as "Tezeta fast".
A3 (AE 570 A) reissued on 'éthiopiques-3: Golden Years of modern Ethiopian music' (Buda Musique, France) as "Almokèrkum nèbèr".
A4 (AE 320 A) reissued on 'éthiopiques-9: Alèmayèhu Eshèté 1969-1974' (Buda Musique, France) as "Addis Abèba bété".
A5 (AE 580 B) reissued on 'éthiopiques-24: Golden Years of modern Ethiopian music 1969-1975' (Buda Musique, France) as "Yagèré djègna".
B1 (AE 570 B) reissued on 'éthiopiques-3: Golden Years of modern Ethiopian music' (Buda Musique, France) as "Essu nèw mèssèlègn".
B2 (AE 530 B) reissued on 'éthiopiques-1: Golden Years of modern Ethiopian music' and on 'ethiopiques-10: Ethiopian Blues and Ballads' (Buda Musique, France) as "Tezeta slow".
B3 (AE 560 B) reissued on 'éthiopiques-3: Golden Years of modern Ethiopian music' (Buda Musique, France) as "Tèy gedyèlèshem".
B4 (AE 310 A) reissued on 'éthiopiques-9: Alèmayèhu Eshèté' (Buda Musique, France) as "Yèwèyn harègitu".
B5 (AE 580 A) reissued on 'éthiopiques-24: Golden Years of modern Ethiopian music 1969-1975' (Buda Musique, France) as "Hamétègnaw".

Year: ?
Record pressed in Greece

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ARAYA FAMILY
Amha AELP 70
A1 Keyesus Ga Nehn Woy
A2 Tewoldowal
A3 Wondim Temelese Feten
A4 Bezich. Alem Sinigouwaz Salem
A5 Beyekenu Leketelew
A6 Leyesus Hulun Neger
B1 Kristos Nesa Awetagne
B2 Yeselot Gizie Yenureh
B3 Oh Yesus Wodante Ayenen Anesalehu
B4 Engeda Negne Ene
B5 Beyekenu Bogeta Beyesus Fikir Woste
B6 Yesus Yimeral Woy

Tewoldowal and Engeda Negne Ene were also issued on an Amha EP (AE 630).

Year: ?
Record pressed in Greece

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MAHMOUD AHMED
Amha AELP 80

A1 Kulun Man Qualesh
A2 Mela Mela
A3 Anchiye (spelled "Anchie Iye" on the label)
A4 Fikir Endegena
B1 Ambasel
B2 Zemedie (spelled "Zemede" on the label)
B3 Asha Gedawo
B4 Almaz Min Edanew (spelled "Almaz Men Eda Naw" on the label)
B5 Chibo Aymolam

Arranged and accompanied by the Ibex Band

All tracks reissued on 'éthiopiques-6: Mahmoud Ahmed - Almaz', (Buda Musique, France), Kulun Man Qualesh as "Kulun mankwalèsh", Mela Mela as "Mèla mèla", Anchiye as "Antchiyé", Fikir Endegena as "Feqer endègèna", Ambasel as "Ambassel", Zemedie as "Zèmèdié", Asha Gedawo as "Asha gèdawo", Almaz Min Edanew as "Almaz men eda nèw", Chibo Aymolam as "Tchebo aymolam".

Year: 1973
Record pressed in Greece

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MULATU ASTATKE featuring FEKADE AMDE MASKAL:
Yekatit – Ethio Jazz
Amha AELP 90

A1 Dewel
A2 Yekermo Saw
A3 Gubelie
A4 Asmarina
A5 Yekatit
B1 Netsanet
B2 Tezetaye Anchie Lidge
B3 Sabye
B4 Ene Alanchie Alnorem

Arranged by Mulatu Astatke featuring Fekade A. Maskal and other selected musicians

Complete LP reissued by Buda Musique, France

Year: 1974
Record pressed in Greece

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MAHMOUD AHMED
Amha AELP 100

A1 Ney Denun Tesesh
A2 Gubelye
A3 Belaya Belaya
A4 Alemye
A5 Wogenie
B1 Tezeta
B2 Etugela
B3 Anchie Enen Wedegin
B4 Eyewdemamu

All tracks (except B1 and B4) were also issued on Amha 45s: AE 830, AE 840, AE 850, AE 900.
All tracks reissued on 'éthiopiques-19: Mahmoud Ahmed - Alèmyé', (Buda Musique, France), 3 of them in longer, uncut versions.

Complete LP reissued by Mississippi Records, U.S.

Year: 1974
Record pressed in Greece.

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TILAHUN GESSESSE
Amha AELP 110

A1 Hebret
A2 Bezu Gizie Alefe
A3 Agul New
A4 Megnot Eko Helme New
B1 Derese
B2 Feker Betwan Serta
B3 Kasegnesh
B4 Kanchi Gar Kalhone

Year: 1975
Record pressed in Greece

Note: Amharic song titles on the sleeve are mixed up, correct listing on the labels.

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Kaifa released 6 LP albums.

ALI MOHAMED BIRRA WITH THE ADU BAND
Kaifa LPKF 17

A1 Abba Lefa (spelled "Abba Lafa" on the label)
A2 Hawash
A3 Imiman Jalala (spelled "Imiman Jealela" on the label)
A4 Keaty Fetun Fedeni (spelled "Kanati Fitun Fedani" on the label)
A5 Wasilin Dereru (spelled "Wasilen Dererou" on the label)
B1 Eshururu
B2 Esetin Siarga
B3 Sijale
B4 Negatin Singeda (spelled "Megatin Singeda" on the label)
B5 Hinyadini

Accompanied by the Adu Birra Band

All tracks reissued on 'éthiopiques-28: Ali Mohammed Birra - Great Oromo Music', (Buda Musique, France) as Abba Lefa as "Abbaa Lafa", Hawash as "Awash", Imiman Jalala as "Imiman Jalaala", Kanati Fitun Fedani as "Kan ati fettun isani infedhani", Wasilin Dererdu as "Waa silleen indararuu", Eshururu as "Eashurruru", Esetin Siarga as "Eessaati si argaa", Sijale as "Si jaalallee", Negatin Singeda as "Negatti si jedha" and Hinyadini as "Inyaadi'ini".

Some tracks from this album were reissued on the LP 'Ammalele', (Domino Sound, Mississippi, Little Axe, U.S.): Abba Lefa as "Abbaa Lafaa", Hawash as "Hawaash", Wasilin Dereru as "Silaa Murtii Beeke", Eshururu as "Ishururuu", Esetin Siarga as "Siin Baarbaada" and Negatin Singeda as "Kophaa Koo".

Year: 1975
Record pressed in Greece

Note: "Eshururu" and "Hinyadini" were also released on KF 18. "Abba Lefa" and "Esetin Siarga" were released on KF 19.

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MAHMOUD AHMED: Ere Mela Mela
Kaifa LPKF 20 (A/A 4138)

A1 Abay Mado (spelled "Abbai Mado" on the label)
A2 Imbwa Belew (spelled "Embewa Bellew" on the label)
A3 Atawurulign Lela (spelled "Ataweruligni Lela" on the label)
A4 Tizita (spelled "Tezzeta" on the label)
A5 Ohoho Gedama (spelled "Eho Ho Gedama" on the label)
B1 Ibakesh Tarekign (spelled "Ebakish Tarekignie" on the label)
B2 Ere Mela Mela (spelled "Eret Mela" on the label)
B3 Meche Neu (spelled "Mechenow" on the label)
B4 Sidetegnash Negn (spelled "Sedetgnashe Negne" on the label)
B5 Samiraye (spelled "Sameraye" on the label)
B6 Indenesh Gedaow (spelled "Endeneshe Gedawo" on the label)

Accompanied by the Ibex Band

All Tracks except Tizeta and Ibakesh Tarekign were released on the LP "Ere Mela Mela" on Crammed Discs, Belgium in 1986 (LP CRAM 047)
All tracks were reissued on 'éthiopiques-7: Mahmoud Ahmed - Erè Mèla Mèla', (Buda Musique, France)
Complete LP reissued by Buda Musique, France

Year: 1975
Record pressed in Greece

Note: Different spelling of the song tiles on the labels: "Abay Mado" is spelled "Abbai Mado", "Imbwa Belaw" is spelled "Embewa Bellew", "Atawurulign Lela" is spelled "Ataweruligni Lela", "Tizita" is spelled "Tezzeta", "Ohoho Gedama" is spelled "Eho Ho Gedma", "Ibakesh Tarekign" is spelled "Ebakish Terekignie", "Ere Mela Mela" is spelled "Erre Mela", "Meche Neu" is spelled "Mechenow", Sidetegnash Negn" is spelled "Sedetgnashe Negne", "Samiraye" is spelled "Sameraye", "Indenesh Gedaow" is spelled "Endeneshe Gedawo"
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ASNAKETCH WERKU
Kaifa LPKF 28

A1 Al Chelewoum - Berdun
A2 Fekrehoiy - Teredda
A3 Batti
A4 Dehena - Houn
A5 Chila - Atebelegne
A6 Gum Gum
B1 Eihe Lebel
B2 Alem Shegga
B3 Sela Belelechi
B4 Iyerusalem
B5 Meche Neow
B6 Tezetta

All but two tracks were reissued on 'éthiopiques-16: Asnaqètch Wèrqu - the lady with the krar', (Buda Musique, France): Al Chelewoum - Berdun as "Altchelèwem berd nèw", Fekrehoiy - Teredda as "Feqryé tèrèda", Batti as "Shèmonmwanayéwa", Dehena – Houn as "Feqrié Dèhna Hun", Chila - Atebelegne as "Tchela Atbèlègn", Gum Gum, Eihe Lebel as "Eh Lebèl", Alem Shegga as "Alèm Shègga", Sela Belelechi as "Sèla Bèlelegn" and Meche Neow as "Metche New". Iyerusalem and Tezetta are not included on this CD.

Year: 1976
Record pressed in Greece

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ASELEFECH ASHINE & GETENESH KEBRET
Kaifa LPKF 29

A1 Ene Yalant Feker
A2 Meche Neow
A3 Kenawtte
A4 Anlak Abet Abet (spelled 'Amlak Abet Abet' on the sleeve)
A5 Amerewal Shegenuo (spelled 'Amerewal Shegennu' on the sleeve)
B1 Lametew
B2 Wegenne
B3 Yenafaktiwou Tersseh
B4 Ayinouma
B5 Jegenaw Belaye

Arranged and composed by Teshom Sisaye
Accompanied by the Army Band

Meche Neow was reissued on 'éthiopiques-13: Ethiopian Groove', (Buda Musique, France) as "Mètché nèw", Anlak Abet Abet as "Amlak abét abét",

Year: 1976
Record pressed in Greece
MULUKEN MELESE
Kaifa LPKF 39

A1 Jemeregne
A2 Helmhonesh Atkry
A3 Gubel Kezeba (spelled "Qubel Kezeba" on the sleeve)
A4 Ye Menjar Shega (spelled "Yemenjar Shega" on the sleeve)
A5 Benemot
B1 Woub Abeba
B2 Mewdedeshin Betawkiw
B3 Bayish Des Yilegnal (spelled "Bayish Dess Yilegnal" on the sleeve)
B4 Kecet Esewa Bicha (spelled "Keset Eswa Bicha" on the sleeve)
B5 Tezetta (spelled "Tezeta" on the sleeve)

Composed by Shewaleul Mengstu
Arranged by Tilaye Gebre
Accompanied by the Equators Band (mentioned on the labels) / by the Dahlak Band (mentioned on the sleeve)
Musicians mentioned on the sleeve: Tilaye Gebre - saxophone
Shimelis Beyene - trumpet
Rida Ibrahim - vocal
David Kassa - lead guitar
Dawit Yifru - organ
Abera Yeyesa - bass
Tesfaye Tessema - drums
Special guest (on congas and vibraphone): Mulatu Astatke (spelled 'Mulatu Astatike' on the sleeve)

Note: Muluken Melese is spelled "Muluken Mellesse" on the sleeve.

Jemeregne was reissued on 'éthiopiques-13: Ethiopian Groove', (Buda Musique, France) as "Djemeregne".
Benemot was also reissued on this compilation, but mistakenly titled "Yèmendjar shèga" (Yemenjar Shega). Thanks to Brook Abdu for pointing out this!

Year: 1976
Record pressed in Greece

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HAILU MERGIA and the WALIAS: Tche Belew
Kaifa LPKF 45 (A/A 5550)

A1 Tche Belew (spelled "Chebelw" on the label)
A2 Yemiasleks Fikir (spelled "Yemiyasleks Fiker" on the label)
A3 Yikirta Lemminalehu (spelled "Yekerta Elemenaleoh" on the label)
A4 Musical Silt (spelled "Muzika Selt" on the label)
A5 Lomi Tera-tera (spelled "Lomitera Tera" on the label)
B1 Woghenei (spelled "Wegene" on the label)
B2 Ibakish Tarekigne (spelled "Ebakesh Tarekigni" on the label)
B3 Birukane (spelled "Burtukane" on the label)
B4 Eti Gual Blenai (spelled "Ate Gwal Belenaye" on the label)
B5 Yenuro Tesfa Alegne (spelled "Yenurow Tesfa Alegne" on the label)

A1 & A4 arranged by Girma Beyene, A2 & B4 arranged by Mulatu Astatke, A3, A5, B2 & B3 arranged by Yohanes Tekula, B1 arranged by Moges Beyene, B5 arranged by Mugos Habte

Musical Silt was reissued on 'éthiopiques-13: Ethiopian Groove', (Buda Musique, France) as "Musiqawi Silt"

Notes: The Walias are spelled 'Wallias' on the label.

Year: 1977
Record pressed in Greece

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LP albums released by Philips Ethiopia

AMLESET ABAI and her Kirar
Philips PH 110

A1 Dekise Neire
A2 Imbaba Adei
A3 Sadulaie
A4 Asenabteni
A5 Naai Zikewin
A6 Aitbedleni
B1 Sirnaye
B2 Fanoye Fano
B3 Sewit Sigem
B4 Niguse Niguse

Year: ?
Record pressed in ?
Sleeve printed in Ethiopia by United Printers

Note: Tracks A4 and A5 reversed on the sleeve.

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KASA TESSEMA (spelled "Kassa Tessema" on the label)
Philips PH 114

A1 Tizita
A2 Nagedamu (spelled "Na Gedamo" on the label)
A3 Bati
A4 Fano
A5 Shegitu
B1 Ambasel
B2 Gelele
B3 Yemusika Mogus (spelled "Yemusica Mogus" on the label)
B4 Bertukane (spelled "Birtukane" on the label)
B5 Satenaw
B6 Ibakish Tarekign

Tizita was reissued on 'éthiopiques-29: Kassa Tessema', (Buda Musique, France) as 'Tezeta', Nagedamu as 'Na gèdamu', Fano as 'Fanno', Gelele as 'Gèlèl', Yemusika Mogus as 'Yèmuziqa moges, Bertukane as 'Bertukané', Satenaw as 'Satènaw' and Ibakish Terekign as 'Ebakesh tarèqign'.
The complete LP was reissued together with Kassa´s second LP (Philips PH 261) as double-LP on Heavenly Sweetness.

Year: 1972
Record pressed in ?
Sleeve printed in Ethiopia by United Printers

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GETATCHEW MEKURIA
Philips PH 130

A1 Ambassel
A2 Almaz Yeharerwa
A3 Yene Hassabguadegna (spelled "Yene Hassab Guadegna" on the label)
A4 Shemonmwanaye (spelled "Shemonmwaneyewa" on the label)
A5 Yegenet Musika
B1 Gofere / Antchi Hoye
B2 Akale Wube
B3 Ainotche Terabu
B4 Musika Hiwote
B5 Tizita

Year: ?
Record pressed in ?

KETEMA MAKONNEN
Philips PH 131

A1 Tizita
A2 Fano-Che Belew
A3 Bati
A4 Mela Mela
A5 Antchi Hoye
A6 Gelel Beyi
B1 Endegena
B2 Ainama Konjo
B3 Negireshalehu
B4 Kibret Alem
B5 Gussumaye
B6 Amognegn

Year: 1972
Record pressed in ?

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ORCHESTRA ETHIOPIA: Ethiopian Folkloric Songs
Philips PH 188

A1 Washint
A2 Lekidame Atbiya
A3 Tew Irres
A4 Goradew Na
A5 Weha
A6 Hassabih
A7 Ayal Begondar (spelled "Ayal Begondat" on the label)
A8 Yambule
A9 Ittu Gelaa
B1 Yantchin Huneta
B2 Gonderna Gojam
B3 Abitchu
B4 Goraw
B5 Iddil
B6 Minjar
B7 Yashirishiri Bolera
B8 Washint

Year: 1974
Record pressed in Greece
Sleeve printed in Greece by C.G.C.G. Ltd.

Note: Sides reversed on sleeve and label

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MISRAK KEBEDE
Philips PH 196

A1 Yemaresh Leza (spelled "Yemaresha Leza" on the label)
A2 Dimbisho
A3 Antchi Hoye
A4 Amelish Werk New
A5 Wushet
A6 Sekota (spelled "Sekotta" on the label)
B1 Yekesem Falima (spelled "Yekessem Falima" on the label)
B2 Fikir Bomb Aydelem
B3 Iress Meda
B4 Adissie (spelled "Addisie" on the label)
B5 Tizita
B6 Wubie (spelled "Wubiye" on the label)

Year: 1974
Record pressed in Greece
Sleeve printed in Greece by C.G.C.G. Ltd.

Note: Sides reversed on sleeve and label

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KETEMA MAKONNEN
Philips PH 198

A1 Welle
A2 Sitamemu Tammo
A3 Tey Geday
A4 Wegen Yarada Lij
A5 Derbabe
A6 Shemonmwanayewa
B1 Basabe Iyemetash
B2 Gedaye
B3 Tizita
B4 Ine Ishalishalehu
B5 Ambassel
B 6 Senega

Year: 1974
Record pressed in Greece
Sleeve printed in Greece by C.G.C.G. Ltd.

Note: There is also a Philips 45 record by Abdella Ahmed using the same catalog number.

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ASNAKETCH WORKU: Krar Songs
Philips PH 215

A1 Tizita
A2 Mengedegnaw Libe
A3 Endegena
A4 Mela Mela
A5 Gubilie
A6 Sabiye
B1 Alemye
B2 Indeneh Belulign
B3 Ereyedimamu
B4 Wegene
B5 Endeyerusalem
B6 Lomi Talubat

All tracks reissued on 'éthiopiques-16: Asnaqètch Wèrqu - the lady with the krar', (Buda Musique, France), Tizita as "Tezeta", Mengedegnaw Libe as "Mèngèdègnaw lebé", Endegena as "Endègèna", Mela Mela as "Mèla mèla", Gubilie as "Gubèlyé", Sabiye as "Sabyé", Alemye as "Alèmyé", Indeneh Belulign as "Endénèh bèlulegn", Ereyedimamu as "Erèyé demamu", Wegene as "Wègèné", Endeyerusalem as "Endè Iyèrusalèm" and Lomi Talubat.

Year: 1974
Record pressed in Greece

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KASSA TESSEMA
Philips PH 261

A1 Antchi Hoye Lene
A2 Tizita
A3 Shegitu
A4 Megen Yarada Lidj
B1 Bati Bati
B2 Wubiye
B3 Ere Goraw
B4 Gum Gum

Gum Gum was reissued on 'éthiopiques-29: Kassa Tessema', (Buda Musique, France), Antchi Hoye Lene as 'Antchi hoy lèné', Megen Yarada Lidj as 'Mégén yarada ledj', Wubiye as 'Woubyé' and Ere Goraw as 'Eré goraw'.
The complete LP was reissued together with Kassa´s first LP (Philips PH 114) as double-LP on Heavenly Sweetness.

Year: 1976
Record pressed in ?

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ALI SHEBBO: The Best Of Ali Shebbo
Philips PH 272

A1 Ashita Shumbura
A2 Ansitten Debo-Oo (spelled "Ansitten-Debi-Oo" on the label)
A3 Biyyo Adere
A4 Eysa Walagarra
A5 Hoggu Numan Boya
A6 Hallo Halime Aly
A7 Yantel Ya-Ashita
B1 Dumbushi Ghela
B2 Magala Negayati
B3 Ija Tetini
B4 Ya Shilinggi Meta
B5 Hoggu Wal-Arkanie
B6 Najalatta Yamagalie
B7 Weyantela

Year: 1976
Record pressed in ?

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MAHMOUD AHMED: Jeguol Naw Betwa
Mahmoud Ahmed Records, Stereo, LR MA 10
Correct tracklist on labels
A1 Jeguol Naw Betwa
A2 Neshtie
A3 Fetsum Dink Lij Nesh
A4 Hoy Na-Na Jegnaw Na
A5 Marie Gela
B1 Bemin Sebeb Litlash
B2 Endet Lilakek
B3 Anwedim Tekatin
B4 Gebtewat Yihon Fikrien?
Mixed up tracklist on sleeve
A1 Jeguol Naw Betwa
A2 Bemin Sebeb Litlash
A3 Fetsum Dink Lij Nesh
A4 Hoy Na-Na Jegnaw Na
B1 Neshtie
B2 Endet Lilakek
B3 Marie Gela
B4 Anwedim Tekatin
B5 Gebtewat Yihon Fikrien?

Accompanied by the Ibex Band

Year: 1978
Record pressed in ?

'Gebtewat Yihon Fikrien?' was released on 45 in 1974 on Mahmoud Ahmed Records (MA 003) as "Gebtout Yehon Fikren?" (sleeve) and "Gebtuat Yihon Fikire" (label).
'Bemin Sebeb Litlash' and 'Fetsum Dink Lij Nesh' were released on the LP "Ere Mela Mela" on Crammed Discs, Belgium in 1986 (LP CRAM 047).
'Bemin Sebeb Litlash' was reissued on 'éthiopiques-7: Mahmoud Ahmed - Erè Mèla Mèla', (Buda Musique, France) as "Bèmen sèbèb letlash", Fetsum Dink Lij Nesh on the same CD as "Fetsum denq ledj nèsh".
Complete LP reissued by Mississippi Records, U.S. in 2011 (MR-093)

 
WALIAS: The Best of Walias
Walias, Stereo, WRS 100

A1 Malada (Vocals: Woubishet Fisseha)
A2 Kalatashew Akal (Instrumental)
A3 Tizzita (Vocals: Getachew Kassa)
A4 Ashkaru (Vocals: Mahmoud Ahmed)
B1 Ye Kereme Fikir (Vocals: Getachew Kassa)
B2 Inchi Libbe Echo Naw (Vocals: Mahmoud Ahmed)
B3 Eyuwar Sitnafikagn (Instrumental)
B4 Wa Hoyye (Vocals: Woubishet Fisseha)

Recorded in the USA.

All selections performed and produced by Walias Band:

 
Guitar Mahmoud Aman
Bass Guitar Melake Gebre
Organ & Mini Moog Hailu Mergia
Electric Piano Girma Beyene
Drums & Cyndran Temare Haragu
Trumpet Yohanese Tekola
Tenor Saxophone Tilaye Gebre
Year: 1981
Record pressed in the USA.

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TSEGE MARIAM GEBRU spielt eigene Kompositionen
Unknown German label

A1 Der heimatlose Wanderer
A2 Die letzte Träne eines Toten
B1 Klage eines jungen Mädchens
B2 Das verrückte Lachen
B3 Ahnung

Year: ?
Record pressed in Germany.
German linernotes on the back of the sleeve.

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Note: This is a 10 inch album.
ORCHESTRA ETHIOPIA The Blue Nile Group
Tempo Records TRE 6169

A1 Gonderinna Gojjam (Vocals: Zerihun Bekkele)
A2 Yesergey Ilet (Vocals: Tsehay Indale)
A3 Himem, Himemey (Vocals: Kebbede Weldemariam)
A4 Hodey Lahodey (Vocals: Almaz Getachew)
A5 Ambassel (Washint: Yohannes Afework, Krar: Kebbede Weldemariam)
B1 Mesenko (Vocals: Charles Sutton)
B2 Muzikachin (Vocals: Tsehay Indale, Yeshi Mebratey)
B3 Mikir Fellega (Vocals: Charles Sutton, Kebbede Weldemariam, Areru Shegen)
B4 Imbilta (Imbiltas: Areru Shegen, Ishete Gebremeskel, Nadew Kassa)
B5 Wichinna Beyt (Vocals: Kebbede Weldemariam, Tsehay Indale, Zerihun Bekkele, Yeshi Mebratey)

The Orchestra Ethiopia is directed by Tesfaye Lemma.

Year: ca. 1969
Record pressed in U.S.A.
Red vinyl

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ASHENAFI KEBEDE The Shepherd Flutist - Ethiopian Symphony
Musika Ethiopia

Ethiopian Symphony in three movements written by Ashenafi Kebede
The Hungarian State String Orchestra with Lóránt Kovács (Flute) conducted by Ashenafi Kebede
The Ethiopian Symphony was dedicated to the 75th birthday of H.I.M. Haile Selassie I.

Year: 1968
Record pressed in Hungary.

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Note: This is a 10 inch album.