Ayalew Mesfin, Good Aderegechegn (Blindsided By Love)

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3:56 Ayalew Mesfin Hasabe (My Worries)

3:25 Ayalew Mesfin Ewedish Neber (I Used To Love You)

4:02 Ayalew Mesfin Tezetash Rekik (Memories Of You)

3:38 Ayalew Mesfin Endet Liyesh (How Can I See You)

5:07 Ayalew Mesfin Ekul Teramedu (Walk As One)


3:49 Ayalew Mesfin Good Aderegechegn (Blindsided By Love)

4:51 Ayalew Mesfin Wubeet (Beautiful)

3:20 Ayalew Mesfin Yewefe Ber Abeba (Like A Beautiful Bird)

3:16 Ayalew Mesfin Sak Sak Beyelegni (Smile For Me)

5:06 Ayalew Mesfin Gubeleye (Gorgeous Girl)


Contains an oversized 11” x 11” 16 page book that tells the story of modern Ethiopian music and Mesfin’s role within it. 

An OBI wrapped “box set” of all five albums is available at a discounted price. The box set only contains one booklet. 

Ayalew Mesfin, Good Aderegechegn (Blindsided By Love) gives us a chance to discover a rare & beautiful moment in music history, in an anthology built from his uber-rare 7” single releases.

Ayalew Mesfin stands aside the likes of Mulatu Astake, Mahmoud Ahmed, Hailu Mergia and Alemayehu Eshete as a legend of 1970s Ethiopia. Mesfin’s music is some of the funkiest to arise from this unconquerable East African nation. 

Mesfin’s recording career, captured in nearly two dozen 7” singles and numerous reel-to-reel tapes, shows the strata of the most fertile decade in Ethiopia’s 20th century recording industry, when records were pressed constantly by both independent upstarts and corporate behemoths, even if they were only distributed within the confines of this East African nation. 

Though Mesfin was forced underground by the Derg regime that took control of Ethiopia in 1974, he has returned almost 50 years later with this triumphant set albums – the first time that his music has been presented in this form. 

These albums give us a chance to discover a rare and beautiful moment in music history, in anthologies built from Mesfin’s uber-rare 7” single releases and from previously unreleased recordings taken from master tapes.