Fela Kuti - Fela mp3 downloadPerformer: Fela Kuti
Style: African Traditions,Afro-beat,Afro-Pop,Highlife,West African
Size MP3 version: 1300 mb
Size FLAC version: 1716 mb
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Fela Kuti - Fela mp3 download
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Afrodisiac is an album by Nigerian Afrobeat composer, bandleader, and t Fela Kuti, originally released on the Nigerian EMI label in 1973.
Zombie is a studio album by Nigerian Afrobeat musician Fela Kuti. It was released in Nigeria by Coconut Records in 1976, and in the United Kingdom by Creole Records in 1976. The album criticised the Nigerian government; and it is thought to have resulted in the murder of Kuti's mother Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti, and the destruction of his commune by the military.
Abami Eda! Forever Lives Fela.
Biography by John Dougan. Nigerian singer who was a key figure in the development of Afro-beat, blending agit-prop lyrics and dance rhythms as a medium for social protest. Overview . Biography . Discography .
Live! (Fela Kuti album). Live! Live album by Fela Ransome-Kuti and The Africa '70 with Ginger Baker. August 30, 1971 (LP) June 13, 2001 (CD). Live! is an album recorded in 1971 by Fela Kuti's band Africa 70, with the addition of former Cream drummer Ginger Baker on two songs. It was reissued on CD by Celluloid in 1987 and was reissued on CD in remastered form by Barclay with a bonus track from 1978. Baker travelled with Kuti into Africa in a Land Rover to learn about the continent's rhythms.
Today marks the 20th anniversary of the passing of Fela Kuti. In remembrance, we're revisiting this article with his trusted collaborator Lemi Ghariokwu, who created the large majority of Fela's album covers. Nigerian artist, illustrator and graphic designer Lemi Ghariokwu is the creative force behind 26 of Fela Kuti's album covers. His highly-political artwork paired illustration and collage with acute social realism, becoming a crucial visual accompaniment to Fela's anti-establishment records.
He played with Ginger Baker on the album Ginger Baker Live with Afrika 70 and Fela Kuti, released in 1971 and along side Bobby Gass, better known as Bobby Tench from The Jeff Beck Group, on Stratavarious which was released the next year. In 1981 Fela changed the group's name for the last time to Egypt 80. He was known as Fela Ransome-Kuti until about 1978, when he renamed himself Fela Anikulapo Kuti, the middle name meaning 'he who carries death in his pouch'.
Fela's London Scene is an album by Nigerian Afrobeat composer, bandleader, and t Fela Kuti recorded in England in 1971 and originally released on the Nigerian EMI label. Why Black Man Dey Suffer
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CreditsAyoola Abayomi - Stick
Shina Abiodun - Congas
Nicholas Addo-Nettey - Congas
Tejumade Adebiyi - Vocals
Ladi Tony Alabi - Drums
Lekan Animashaun - Sax (Baritone)
Nweke Atifoh - Guitar (Bass)
Leke Benson - Guitar
Ronke Edason - Vocals
Sandra Akanke Isidore - Vocals
Oladeinde Koffi - Congas
Oghene Kologbo - Guitar
Shade Komolate - Vocals
Fela Kuti - Performer, Piano, Primary Artist, Sax (Alto), Sax (Tenor), Vocals
Fela Kuti & Africa 70 - Composer
Tokunboh Oghomienor - Vocals
Okalue Ojeah - Guitar
Babajide Olaleye - Maracas
Folake Oledejo - Vocals
Omolola Osaeti - Vocals
Bose Oshun - Vocals
Nwokoma Ukem - Trumpet
Tunde Williams - Trumpet