This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Learn more

Playlist of Fela Kuti & Africa 70

x
  • Fela Kuti - I Go Shout Plenty!!!

    12:57

    Stream/download I Go Shout Plenty here:

    More info here:

    “I Go Shout Plenty” was recorded in late 1976 or January 1977, but was not released until 1986, as the title track of an album which also included “Why Black Man Dey Suffer.” The release was delayed for so long because the master tape was among the unissued recordings caught up in the aftermath of the Nigerian army’s destruction of Kalakuta Republic in February 1977. Decca Afrodisia, fearful of regime reprisals if it offered support to Fela, halted the release of any Afrika 70 record it thought the regime might deem “seditious.” In the lyric, Fela asserts his right to raise his voice in opposition to the Nigerian authorities. “I Go Shout Plenty” is a typically fiery, mid-period Afrika 70 track.

    I Go Shout Plenty was first re-issued on 10 vinyl by Knitting Factory Records for Record Store Day on April 16, 2016, backed with Frustration (the 1983 B Side of Perambulator).

    Full LP audio, with commentary from Afrobeat Historian Chris May, here:

  • x
  • Fela Kuti And The Africa 70 - Swegbe And Pako

    12:29

    From Fela Ransome-Kuti And The Africa '70 - Open & Close

    [ His Master's Voice - HNLX 5090 (LP) Made by Record Manufacturers Nigeria Ltd. (R.M.N.L.) - Nigeria, 1971 ]

    Record Company – EMI (Nigeria) Ltd.

    Composed, arranged and produced by Fela Kuti

    Recording Engineer – Emmanuel A. Odenusi

    Trumpet – Tony Njoku
    Tenor Saxophone – Igo Chico
    Baritone Saxophone – Lekan Animashaun
    Tenor Guitar – Ohiri Akigbe
    Rhythm Guitar – Tutu Sorunmu
    Bass – Ayo Azenabor
    Drums – Tony Allen
    Lead Conga – Henry Koffi
    Congas – Akwesi Korrantin , Tony Kupoliyi
    Percussion (Sticks) – James Abayomi
    Shekere – Isiak Olaleye

  • x
  • Fela Kuti

    28:38

    I would like to acknowledge that this video is part of a much longer concert that was shot at Captain video in Paris in 1981 and David Niles was the director and editor, Captain video was also his venue/studio.
    Fela Kuti & Africa 70, Instrumental & 'Movement of the People', live in Paris, 1981
    I claim no ownership of any of the audio or video presented here.
    COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER: Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright law that might otherwise be infringing. Please support your favourite artists by buying their creative works through official outlets wherever possible.

  • Fela Anikulapo Kuti & Africa 70 - Authority Stealing

    24:08

    Album: V.I.P. / Authority Stealing

  • x
  • FELA KUTI & the AFRICA 70 - Na Poi

    25:23

    From the album Na Poi (1972). On the original LP release this song appeared in two parts, with the first 16 minutes on side 1 and the remaining 9 minutes on side 2 (along with the song You No Go Die...Unless You Want Die). For CD reissues the two parts were recombined to form a single track.

    This is the first Fela Kuti song I ever heard. I found the Japanese twofer CD, which consists of the albums Na Poi and Zombie (the more common Fela Originals version pairs the Na Poi album with Yellow Fever) in the rack of 500 yen CDs at Book Off. Having read about Fela but never having heard his music (in the post-Napster/pre-YouTube days) I wasn't sure what to expect, and for the first three minutes I wasn't sure if I had made a wise purchase or not. However, as soon as the band started playing I knew that I had discovered yet another lifelong musical obsession.

    To find out more about the man and his music, watch the documentary (Music Is The Weapon):

  • Fela Anikulapo Kuti & Afrika 70 - I.T.T.

    24:02

    Fela Anikulapo Kuti & Afrika 70 - I.T.T. (International Thief Thief) (Nigeria 1980)
    My Spiritual Father

  • x
  • Fela Ransome Kuti & Africa 70 - My Lady Frustration - 1969

    6:59

    Album - FELA - Fela Fela Fela & His Africa 70 - 1969 EMI

  • Fela Kuti & Africa 70 Zombie

    8:30

  • Fela Kuti - Pansa Pansa

    17:20

    Pansa Pansa (1992) Fela Kuti
    From the LP Underground System


    This video is part of a series of songs being posted on Fela's official YouTube channel ( each featuring, alongside the music, an informative commentary by Afrobeat Historian, Chris May.

    The entire catalogue, released on Kntting Factory Records, is available on the Fela website ( along with documentaries and recorded concerts, CDs and vinyl, tee shirts, posters and many other items.

  • x
  • Fela Kuti - Yellow Fever

    15:23

    Yellow Fever (1976) Fela Kuti
    From the LP Yellow Fever (CD release 1997)


    This video is part of a series of songs being posted on Fela's official YouTube channel ( each featuring, alongside the music, an informative commentary by Afrobeat Historian, Chris May.

    The entire catalogue, released on Kntting Factory Records, is available on the Fela website ( along with documentaries and recorded concerts, CDs and vinyl, tee shirts, posters and many other items.

  • Fela Kuti - International Thief Thief

    24:04

    Fela Kuti - International Thief Thief (I.T.T.) (1979) Fela Kuti
    From the LP I.T.T. (CD release 1997)


    This video is part of a series of songs being posted on Fela's official YouTube channel ( each featuring, alongside the music, an informative commentary by Afrobeat Historian, Chris May.

    The entire catalogue, released on Kntting Factory Records, is available on the Fela website ( along with documentaries and recorded concerts, CDs and vinyl, tee shirts, posters and many other items.

  • Fela Kuti and The Africa ‘70 - Ariya

    10:19

    From 7’’ Fela Ransome-Kuti & The Africa '70 - Ariya (Part 1 & 2)”

    [ His Master's Voice - HNS 1531 (45 RPM) made by Record Manufacturers Nigeria Ltd. (R.M.N.L.) Nigeria, 1972 ]

    Tracklist:

    A - Ariya (Part 1)

    B - Ariya (Part 2)

    Record Company - EMI (Nigeria) Ltd.

  • Fela & Africa 70 - Up Side Down

    14:45

    Classic track from Fela Anikulapo-Kuti (Nigerian Afrobeat pioneer and human rights activist) with Sandra Akanke Isidore, and the Africa '70 band. Izsadore would become Fela's lover, friend and is credited with opening his eyes to Black consciousness by giving him a copy of The Autobiography of Malcolm X. Track taken from the album of the same name, released on Decca (West Africa) Limited (1976) - ft Fela Kuti (vocals, guitar, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, piano, keyboards); Folake Oledejo, Tokunboh Oghomienor, Ronke Edason, Omolola Osaeti, Tejumade Adebiyi, Shade Komolate (vocals); Oghene Kologbo, Leke Benson, Okalue Ojeah (guitar); Lekan Animashaun (baritone saxophone); Tunde Williams, Nwokoma Ukem (trumpet); Nweke Atifoh (bass guitar); Ladi Tony Alabi (drums); Nicholas Addo-Nettey, Shina Abiodun, Oladeinde Koffi (congas); Babajide Olaleye (maracas).

    Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use.

  • Fela Kuti - Lady

    13:49

    Lady (1972) Fela Kuti
    From the LP Shakara (CD release 1997)
    Subscribe ► , give Lady a thumbs up & Everybody say Yeah Yeah



    This video is part of a series of songs being posted on Fela's official YouTube channel ( each featuring, alongside the music, an informative commentary by Afrobeat Historian, Chris May.

    The entire catalogue, released on Kntting Factory Records, is available on the Fela website ( along with documentaries and recorded concerts, CDs and vinyl, tee shirts, posters and many other items.

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    #fela #kuti #felakuti #afrobeat #Nigeria #lady

  • Fela Kuti And The Africa 70 - Water No Get Enemy

    11:00

    From Fela Ransome-Kuti And The Africa '70 - Expensive Shit

    [ Soundworkshop Records - SWS 1001 (LP) Nigeria, 1975 ]


    Composed arranged and produced by Fela Kuti

    Recorded at Arc Studio, Ikeja - Lagos -- Recording & Mixing Engineer: Demola Odebiyi


    Tenor and Alto Saxophone, Piano, Vocals – Fela Ransome Kuti
    Trumpet – Tunde Williams
    Trumpet (2nd) – Ukem Stephen
    Tenor Saxophone – Christopher Uwaifor
    Baritone Saxophone – Lekan Animashaun
    Tenor Guitar – Ogene Kologbo
    Rythm Guitar – Leke Benson
    Bass – Franco Aboddy
    Drums – Tony Allen
    Lead Conga – Henry Koffi
    Congas – Nicholas Addo
    Percussion (Sticks) – James Abayomi
    Shekere, Maracas – Isaac Olaleye

  • Fela Kuti - Upside Down

    14:45

    Upside Down (1976) Fela Kuti
    From the LP Upside Down (CD release 1997)
    Subscribe ► & Everybody say Yeah Yeah



    This video is part of a series of songs being posted on Fela's official YouTube channel ( each featuring, alongside the music, an informative commentary by Afrobeat Historian, Chris May.

    The entire catalogue, released on Kntting Factory Records, is available on the Fela website ( along with documentaries and recorded concerts, CDs and vinyl, tee shirts, posters and many other items.

  • Fela Kuti - Fear Not For Man

    28:29

    Fear Not For Man (LP) (1977) Fela Kuti
    Songs includes: Fear Not For Man / Palm Wine Sound
    Subscribe ► & Everybody say Yeah Yeah


    This video is part of a series of songs being posted on Fela's official YouTube channel ( each featuring, alongside the music, an informative commentary by Afrobeat Historian, Chris May.

    The entire catalogue, released on Kntting Factory Records, is available on the Fela website ( along with documentaries and recorded concerts, CDs and vinyl, tee shirts, posters and many other items.

  • Fela Kuti & Africa 70 - Lover

    6:10

    From Fela And His Africa 70 - Fela Fela Fela”

    [ His Master's Voice - HNLX 5033 (LP) EMI (Nigeria) Ltd. - Nigeria, 1971 ]

    This is the original LA Session album released in Nigeria

    Composed by Fela Kuti

    Recorded by Duke Lumumba in February 1970 in LA

    Tenor Saxophone – Lonnie Bolden

  • Fela Kuti - V.I.P

    16:32

    Live in Berlin - 1978

  • Fela Kuti & His Africa 70 - Whore You? Part I & II

    8:45

    From 7’’ Fela Ransome-Kuti & His Africa '70 ‎- Who're You? Part I & II

    Label: His Master's Voice - HNS 1058 EMI Nigeria Ltd. (45 RPM) Manufactured by Record Manufacturers Nigeria Ltd. (R.M.N.L.) Nigeria, 1971


    Tracklist:

    A - Who're You? Part I (Fela Kuti)

    B – Who're You? Part II (Fela Kuti)

    Recording Engineer: E. Odenusi

  • x
  • Fela Kuti And Africa 70 - Opposite People

    5:23


    ________________________________
    soundsgroovy





    Send demos to soundsgroovytrax@gmail.com
    For promo use only. Please email soundsgroovytrax@gmail.com if you would like the track taken down.

  • Fela Kuti and Africa 70 - Ikoyi Mentality vs Mushin Mentality

    12:42

    Classic and rudimentary Afrobeat composition from 1971. Great interplay of the keyboard with the other instruments. Fela's keyboard was like the orchestra conductor here, prompting the sax, trumpet and drums to key in and perform some solos.
    Also starring: Igo Chico (great sax man), Tunde Williams (fiery trumpet), Tony Allen (keeping things in-line with precise drumming).

  • Fela Kuti - Shakara

    13:26

    Subscribe ► and Like & Everybody say Yeah Yeah
    The Best of The Black President 2 is out now!
    Get your deluxe set here:





    Shakara - Fela Kuti

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    #fela #kuti #felakuti #afrobeat #Nigeria #Shakara

  • Fela Kuti - Afrodisiac

    39:53

    Afrodisiac (LP) (1972) Fela Kuti
    Songs includes: Alu Jon Jonki Jon / Chop And Quench / Eko Ile / Je'Nwi Temi (Don't Gag Me)
    Subscribe ► & Everybody say Yeah Yeah


    -------------------------------------------------------------------

    00:00 Alu Jon Jonki Jon
    12:40 Chop And Quench
    19:55 Eko Ile
    26:36 Je'Nwi Temi (Don't Gag Me)

    -------------------------------------------------------------------
    This video is part of a series of songs being posted on Fela's official YouTube channel ( each featuring, alongside the music, an informative commentary by Afrobeat Historian, Chris May.

    The entire catalogue, released on Kntting Factory Records, is available on the Fela website ( along with documentaries and recorded concerts, CDs and vinyl, tee shirts, posters and many other items.

  • Fela Kuti - Open and Close

    36:50

    Open and Close (LP) (1971) Fela Kuti
    Songs includes: Open And Close/ Suegbe And Pako / Gbagada Gbogodo
    Subscribe ► & Everybody say Yeah Yeah


    This video is part of a series of songs being posted on Fela's official YouTube channel ( each featuring, alongside the music, an informative commentary by Afrobeat Historian, Chris May.

    The entire catalogue, released on Kntting Factory Records, is available on the Fela website ( along with documentaries and recorded concerts, CDs and vinyl, tee shirts, posters and many other items.

  • Fela Kuti and The Africa ‘70 - Shenshema

    9:10

    From 7’’ Fela Ransome-Kuti And The Africa '70 - Shenshema (Part 1 & 2)”

    [ His Master's Voice - HNS 1299 (45 RPM) made by Record Manufacturers Nigeria Ltd. (R.M.N.L.) Nigeria, 1971 ]

    Tracklist:

    A - Shenshema (Part 1)

    B - Shenshema (Part 2)

    Record Company - EMI (Nigeria) Ltd.

  • Fela Kuti - The 69 Los Angeles Sessions

    45:16

    The '69 Los Angeles Sessions (LP) (1969) Fela Kuti
    Subscribe ► & Everybody say Yeah Yeah
    Songs includes: My Lady Frustration / Viva Nigeria / Obe / Ako / Witchcraft / Wayo / Lover/ Funky Horn / Eko / This Is Sad


    -------------------------------------------------------------------

    00:00 My Lady Frustration
    07:00 Viva Nigeria
    10:48 Obe
    14:02 Ako
    16:44 Witchcraft
    22:12 Wayo
    25:42 Lover
    31:53 Funky Horn
    36:37 Eko
    40:52 This Is Sad

    -------------------------------------------------------------------

    This video is part of a series of songs being posted on Fela's official YouTube channel ( each featuring, alongside the music, an informative commentary by Afrobeat Historian, Chris May.

    The entire catalogue, released on Kntting Factory Records, is available on the Fela website ( along with documentaries and recorded concerts, CDs and vinyl, tee shirts, posters and many other items.

  • FELA RANSOME KUTI AND HIS AFRICA70 / BEAUTIFUL DANCER

    6:55

    Fela Ransome-Kuti and His Africa'70 ‎– Black Man's Cry / Beautiful Dancer
    label:His Master's Voice ‎– HNEP 526
    format:Vinyl, 7, 45 RPM, EP, Red Labels
    country:Nigeria
    release:1970

    #FelaKuti #afrobeat #funk

  • Fela Ransome Kuti & Africa 70 - Expensive Shit

    13:12

    Lp : Fela Ransome Kuti & Africa 70 - Expensive Shit (1975) Label : Edition Makossa

  • Fela Kuti & Africa 70 - I Go Shout Plenty !!!

    13:01

    ★★★★★ Felabration 2012 ★★★★★

    ◄●►◄●►◄●►◄●►◄●►◄●►◄●►◄●►

    On Oct 15, 2012, afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti would have been celebrating his 74nd birthday, if he hadn't died prematurely from an AIDS , on Aug 2 - 1997.
    From :
    ....The Afrodisia disc I Go Shout Plenty !!! (DWAPS 2251), released in 1986 but apparently recorded earlier. According to Toshiya Endo, Side A (I Go Shout Plenty) was recorded in 1977 as DWAPS 2038 but never released ...
    Many Thanks to likembe.blogspot !!!

  • Lets Start

    7:46

    Provided to YouTube by Pias UK Limited

    Let's Start · Fela Kuti

    Fela With Ginger Baker Live!

    ℗ 2016 Knitting Factory Records

    Released on: 2013-03-04

    Producer: Fela Kuti
    Music Publisher: 1999 FAK LTD.
    Composer: Fela Kuti
    Lyricist: Fela Kuti

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Fela Kuti & The Africa 70 - Lady

    13:52

    From the 1972 album Shakara. One of my favorite Fela songs!

  • Fela Kuti & The Africa 70 - Shakara

    13:29

    From the 1972 album Shakara.

  • Fela Ransome Kuti & Africa 70 - Viva Nigeria - 1969

    3:47

    LP - FELA - Fela Fela Fela & His Africa 70 - 1969 EMI

  • Fela Kuti - Black Mans cry

    12:14

    from the album Fela Ransome-Kuti and the Africa '70 with Ginger Baker; live

  • Fela Kuti - Teacher Dont Teach Me Nonsense

    1:18:56

    Teacher Don't Teach Me Nonsense LP (1986) Fela Kuti
    Songs include - Teacher Don't Teach Me Nonsense (Part 1 & 2) / Look And Laugh (Part 1 & 2) / Just like That



    This video is part of a series of songs being posted on Fela's official YouTube channel ( each featuring, alongside the music, an informative commentary by Afrobeat Historian, Chris May.

    The entire catalogue, released on Kntting Factory Records, is available on the Fela website ( along with documentaries and recorded concerts, CDs and vinyl, tee shirts, posters and many other items.

  • Alu Jon Jonki Jon

    12:42

    Provided to YouTube by Pias UK Limited

    Alu Jon Jonki Jon · Fela Kuti

    Afrodisiac


    ℗ 2009 Fela Anikulapo-Kuti Estate Kft
    ℗ 2009 Fela Anikulapo-Kuti Estate Kft, under exclusive license to Kalakuta Sunrise/Knitting Factory Records
    ℗ 2014 1971, 1972, 1973, 1976, 1980, 2014 FAK under exclusive license to Knitting Factory Records

    Released on: 2013-03-04

    Producer: Fela Kuti
    Composer: Fela Kuti
    Lyricist: Fela Kuti
    Music Publisher: 1999 FAK LTD.

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Fela Kuti & Africa 70 - I No Get Eye For Back

    11:22

    From Fela Ransome Kuti & Africa 70 ‎- Alagbon Close

    [ Jofabro ‎- JILP 1002 (LP) Nigeria, 1974 ]


    Composed, arranged and produced by Fela Kuti

    Recording Engineer & Mixing: Emmanuel A. Odenusi


    Alto Saxophone, Electric Piano, Vocals – Fela Ransome Kuti
    Trumpet – Tunde Williams
    Tenor Saxophone – Christopher Uwaifor
    Baritone Saxophone – Lekan Animashaun
    Guitar – Segun Edo
    Rhythm Guitar – Tutu Shoronmu
    Electric Bass – Franco Aboddy
    Drums – Tony Allen
    Congas – Daniel Koranteg , Henry Koffi
    Percussion – James Abayomi , Nicholas Addo
    Shekere – Isaac Olaleye

  • Fela Kuti - Monday Morning in Lagos

    11:16

    Monday Morning in Lagos (1975) Fela Kuti
    From the LP He Miss Road (CD release 2001)


    This video is part of a series of songs being posted on Fela's official YouTube channel ( each featuring, alongside the music, an informative commentary by Afrobeat Historian, Chris May.

    The entire catalogue, released on Kntting Factory Records, is available on the Fela website ( along with documentaries and recorded concerts, CDs and vinyl, tee shirts, posters and many other items.

  • Fela Ransome Kuti & The Africa 70 -- Open & Close

    14:36

    LP Open & Close (1971)

  • Fela Anikulapo Kuti & The Africa 70 - Up Side Down full Album

    30:29

    Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, US - 1986
    Celluloid — CELL 6123, Celluloid — CEL 6123
    New Africa Classics
    1080p - 60fps

    00:00 - - - A — Up Side Down (F.A. Kuti) . . . (14.45)
    14:48 - - - End Side a)
    15:20 - - - B — Go Slow (F.A. Kuti) . . . (14.37)
    30:00 - - - End Side b)

    All music arranged, composed and produced by Fela Anikulapo Kuti
    Lyric Supervision and compilation: Wole Kuboye

    Trumpet Solo - Tunde Williams
    Tenor, Alto Sax, Piano and Vocals - Fela Anikulapo Kuti
    Vocals - Sandra Akanke Isidore

    Africa 70 Personnel:
    ‘Ladi (Tony) Alabi (Tony Allen)- Leader / Drummer
    Lokan Animashaun - Baritone Sax
    Nwokoma Ukem - 2nd Trumpet
    Ayoola Abayomi - Sticks
    ‘Leke Benson - 1st Guitar
    Okalue Ojeah - 3rd Guitar
    Oladeinde Koffi - 1st Konga
    Oghene Kologbo - Tenor Guitar
    Shina Abiodun - 3rd Konga
    Tunde Williams - 1st Trumpet
    Nweke Atifoh - Bass Guitar
    Babajide Olaleye - Marraccas
    Addo Nettey - 2nd Konga
    Singers: Tokumboh Ognomiernor; Ronke Edason; Bose Oshun; Folake Oledejo; Omolola Osaeti; Tejumade Adebiyi; Shade Komolate

    Design by Mark Weinberg

    Printed in Canada

    Also available on Cassette

    Cover:
    CELL 6123
    ℗ 1976 Afrodisia
    © 1986 Celluloid Records

    Labels:
    CEL 6123
    ℗ 1986 Celluloid Records
    © 1976 Afrodisia

    See also:

    Fela Anikulapo Kuti - Army Arrangement (1984) full LP:


    Fela Kuti and Ginger Baker - Live! (1971) A1:


    Link(s):

































    . . . . . . .



    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    . . . . . . . . . . .

    . . . . .

    . . . .

    . . .

    .

  • Fela Kuti and Africa 70 - He miss road

    10:48

    NOTICE: I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHTS OF THIS SONG.
    1975. He miss road the album. What can you say to this one... :)

  • Fela Kuti - Lets Start

    7:48

    Fela Kuti - Let's Start
    from the album Fela Ransome-Kuti and the Africa '70 with Ginger Baker - Live!
    MCA Records 1971
    If you like the music, please support the artists by buying it!

  • Fela Kuti & Africa 70 - Pansa Pansa 2/2

    5:52

    One of the few pro-shot concerts of legendary musician Fela Kuti with his band Africa 70, playing for the jazz festival in Berlin, 1978. Fela was a social activist and leader who fought for freedom and justice in Nigeria. He died in 1997.

    DVD taken from Fela Kuti Anthology 2

  • LADY - Fela ANIKULAPO KUTI & AFRICA 70

    3:36

    In the song “LADY” Fela criticised the use of White Western values and standards of feminine beauty in Africa. However to his detractors songs such as this are interpreted as anti-feminist or simply “macho”. To those who really knew him, he was never anti feminist as he was only saying African women have always made the decisions in African traditional homes, today’s African woman doesn’t need ‘feminist cause’ to be in-charge.

    Fela’s endorsement of polygamy is not anti feminist as polygamy is not unique with African men. Europeans and European-Americans, who marry under Christian laws at the same time keep mistresses, are only being hypocrites. They should learn from Africans who keep all their women under one roof to avoid any ambiguity. This is why we say that the best way to celebrate Fela is to make his vision for Africa a reality. The search for the phenomenon Fela Anikulapo-Kuti can start from his legacy, the film BLACK PRESIDENT produced and personally financed by the afrobeat icon himself.

    Principal shooting of the film was completed one day before the Nigerian Army soldiers attack on Kalakuta on 18th February 1977. The original sound-track was burnt in the inferno but thanks to my participation, knowledge of the film’s scenarios, evolution in technology today, plus the technical competence of my friend Olivier Van’l in a fantastic collaboration, we resynchronized the sound that was destroyed in the Kalakuta attack. Here is our modest attempt to give life to the film a challenge to the Nigerian (Nollywood) film industry! 
    Mabinuori Kayode IDOWU aka ID

    #FelaANIKULAPOKUTI #blackpresidentfilm #afrobeat

  • Fela Kuti & Africa 70 - V.I.P. 2/2

    6:54

    One of the few pro-shot concerts of legendary musician Fela Kuti with his band Africa 70, playing for the jazz festival in Berlin, 1978. Fela was a social activist and leader who fought for freedom and justice in Nigeria. He died in 1997.

    DVD taken from Fela Kuti Anthology 2

  • Fela Kuti & Africa 70 - Pansa Pansa 1/2

    9:56

    One of the few pro-shot concerts of legendary musician Fela Kuti with his band Africa 70, playing for the jazz festival in Berlin, 1978. Fela was a social activist and leader who fought for freedom and justice in Nigeria. He died in 1997.

    DVD taken from Fela Kuti Anthology 2

  • Fela Kuti & Africa 70 - V.I.P. 1/2

    9:56

    One of the few pro-shot concerts of legendary musician Fela Kuti with his band Africa 70, playing for the jazz festival in Berlin, 1978. Fela was a social activist and leader who fought for freedom and justice in Nigeria. He died in 1997.

    DVD taken from Fela Kuti Anthology 2

  • Fela Ransome-Kuti And Africa ’70 with Ginger Baker - Live! full Album

    46:20

    Vinyl, LP, Album, Netherlands - years unknown
    EMI — 1A 038-04933
    1080p - 60fps

    00:00 - - - A1 Let’s Start - - - (7.44)
    07:48 - - - A2 — Black Man's Cry - - - (11.47)
    19:32 - - - End Side a)
    19:56 - - - B1 — Ye Ye De Smell - - - (13.16)
    33:05 - - - B2 — Egbe Mi O - - - (12.39)
    45:55 - - - End Side b)

    All composed by Fela Ransome-Kuti

    Fela Kuti - Vocals, Saxophone (Uncredited)
    Ginger Baker - Drums (Uncredited)

    Fela Ransome-Kuti And Africa ’70:
    Tunde Williams - 1st Trumpet (solo)
    Eddie Faychum - 2nd Trumpet (solo)
    Igo Chiko - Tenor Sax (solos)
    Lekan Animashaun - Baritone Sax
    Peter Animashaun - Rhythm Guitar
    Maurice Ekpo - Bass Guitar
    Tony Allen - Drums
    Henry Koffi - 1st Conga
    Friday Jumbo - 2nd Conga
    Akwesi Korranting - 3rd Conga
    Tony Abayomi - Sticks (Percussion)
    Isaac Olaleye - Shekere (Percussion)

    Produced by Jeff Jarratt
    “Thanks to Atlantic Records for allowing
    Ginger Baker to appear on this records”

    Ⓟ1971 EMI Nigeria Ltd.
    Marketed, manufactured and distributed by EMI
    Printed in Holland

    Links:

























    . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    . . . . . .

    . . . .

    . . .

    .

  • Fela Kuti and Afrika 70 - Zombie FULL ALBUM

    53:37

    Funk-infused political statement. Afrobeat.

    Artist: Fela and Afrika '70
    Album: Zombie
    Label: Coconut
    Year: 1976

    Tracklist:
    0:00 Zombie
    12:26 Mister Follow Follow
    25:24 Observation is no Crime
    38:50 Mistake

    Personnel:

    Composed, arranged and produced by Fela Anikulapo Kuti
    Lyrics by Wole Kuboye
    Artwork by Gharikwu Lemi

    Fela Anikulapo Kuti - vocals, tenor saxophone, alto saxophone, piano
    Lekan Animashaun - baritone saxophone
    Nwokoma Ukem - trumpet
    Tunde Williams - trumpet

    B. Osuhor - voclas
    F. Oladeinde - vocals
    F. Oladejo - vocals
    K. Oghomienor - vocals
    O. Osaeti - vocals
    R. Edasow - vocals
    S. Komolafe - vocals
    T. Adebiyi - vocals

    Okalue Ojeah - guitar
    Oghene Kologbo - tenor guitar
    Nweke Atifoh - bass guitar
    Ladi Tony Allen Alabi - drums

    Ayoola Abayomi - claves
    Babajide Olaleye - maracas
    Addo Nettey - congas
    Olandeinde Koffi - congas
    Shina Abiodun - congas

    Tracks 3 and 4 recorded live at The Berlin Jazz Festival (1978)


    Support the artist if you like the music. I do not own any of the songs.

Shares

x

Check Also

Menu