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Fela* And The Africa 70* - Shakara (CD, Album)

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  1. Jan 07,  · Fela Kuti to me is on the same level as Lou Reed or Bob Dylan, his discography spans multiple decades and is some of the greatest political music. Shakara is my personal favourite Fela album, it's incredibly funky the Africa 70 sound amazing and it's not overly long like other Fela 83%(3).
  2. Fela Kuti & Africa 70 "Shakara" Afrobeat Funk LP (read description)small crack * $ 0 bids. Fela Anikulapo-Kuti & Egypt '80 Alagbon Close NEW Sealed Vinyl Album LP Reissue. $ Duration: LP. $ shipping. Edition: Reissue. FELA KUTI & AFRICA 70 Roforofo Fight LP on Editions Makossa VG++ afrobeat funk. $
  3. Apr 12,  · From the album Shakara. From the album Shakara. Skip navigation Sign in. Search. Fela Kuti & The Africa 70 - Shakara YouTube; Fela Kuti - Shuffering and Shmiling - .
  4. Oct 02,  · The titles that Eno has picked for Vinyl Box Set 3 are drawn mostly from Kuti’s early ’70s output, including Shakara (), Fela’s London Scene (), and Gentleman ().
  5. That's Fela Kuti and the Africa The beats are big, the rhythms African, and the horns are like the light from a thousand suns. Shakara/London Scene is one of my favorite Fela Kuti albums/5(8).
  6. Nov 17,  · Afrodisiac (LP) () Fela Kuti Songs includes: Alu Jon Jonki Jon / Chop And Quench / Eko Ile / Je'Nwi Temi (Don't Gag Me) Subscribe mettbicicherfickcimaliscanerniho.coinfo
  7. Originally released in , this LP had Fela Kuti solidifying the format that would take him into international visibility in the years to come: extended tracks with grooves that mixed African and funk rhythms, punctuated by rudimentary lyrics.
  8. Apr 12,  · From the album Shakara. One of my favorite Fela songs! From the album Shakara. One of my favorite Fela songs! Fela Kuti & Africa 70 - V.I.P. 2/2 (Berlin ) - .
  9. Oct 23,  · Fela & The Africa 70 Shakara (Originally released on EMI (Nigeria), ) Listen / Buy. Recorded six months after Why Black Man Dey Suffer, and with Tony Allen, who had played with Kuti since , back on drums, Shakara marked Afrobeat’s transition from its foetal stage to something approaching full-grown form. Kuti’s use of Broken English, from this point onwards a feature of .

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