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Keywords Drum Magazine,Africa,black and white image,horizontal,Accra,Ghana,African history,Accra Community Centre,October,1958,1950s,Guy Warren,drummer,musician,Drum Jazz Festival,black African man,drumming,beating drums,Performing,
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Description DM2000050806:GHAED:SOCIAL:MUSIC:OCT1958 - When tall bearedand be-goggled Guy Warren - the Ghana drummer who had been drumming in America for about three years - walked into Drum's Acra offices to say 'hello' to his old schoolmate, Henry Ofori, editor of Drum, an idea was born . This idea resulted i the Drum Jazz Festival, held at the Accra Community Centre, (30/10/58) and attended by over 600 people who, if they had known, would be thakful to the chance meeting between the two old schoolmates. (Photograph by Drum Photographer BAHA)
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