Fela Kuti/Fela Kuti & Africa 70

Fela Kuti/Fela Kuti & Africa 70
Fela Kuti (1938 – 1997), also known as Fela Anikulapo Kuti or simply Fela, was a Nigerian multi-instrumentalist, musician, composer, pioneer of the Afrobeat music genre, human rights activist, and political maverick.
Albums:
Fela’s London Scene (1970)
Live! (1971)
Shakara (1972)
Confusion (1975)
Monkey Banana (1975)
Upside Down (1976)
Yellow Fever (1976)
Na Poi (1976)
No Agreement (1977)
Zombie (1977)
Stalemante (1977)
Oppsite People (1977)
Sorrow Tears and Blood (1977)
Authority Stealing (1980)
Original Suffer Head (1984)
Army Arrangement (1984)
Live in Amsterdam (1985)
Music of Many Colours (1986)
Teacher Don’t Teach Me Nonsense (1987)
Beasts of No Nation (1989)
Odoo (1989)
Black Man’s Cry (1992)
Underground System (1992)
The ’69 Los Angeles Session (1994)
Buy Africa (1997)
Music Is The Weapon Of The Future (1998)
Lagos Baby 1963-1969 (2007)
Live In Detroit 1986 (2012)
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Fela Kuti/Fela Kuti & Africa 70 Zombie

FELA KUTI/FELA KUTI & AFRICA 70 - Zombie

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2016 EU reissue on standard LP-Fela Kuti is known for having a huge catalogue, but over the years many of his albums have been nigh-on forgotten. The title track of Zombie is an acknowledged Fela classic, but the album as a whole hasn’t been available as

Fela Kuti/Fela Kuti & Africa 70 No Agreement

FELA KUTI/FELA KUTI & AFRICA 70 - No Agreement

1XLP standard 33rpm vinyl
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( 1977 ) - 2019 EU reissue on standard LP- Nigerian Afrobeat composer, bandleader, and multi-instrumentalist Fela Kuti , recorded in 1977, No Agreement follows the Afro-beat template to a masterful level: amazingly catchy guitar lines that replicate a bas

Fela Kuti/Fela Kuti & Africa 70 Expensive Shit

FELA KUTI/FELA KUTI & AFRICA 70 - Expensive Shit

1XLP standard 33rpm vinyl
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( 1975 ) - 2014 EU repressed on standard LP- 1975's Expensive Shit with He Miss Road, another Kuti release from that same year. The album's centerpiece, lead-off and title track was undoubtedly one of the most influential tracks to the Afro-beat movement,