Scaricare album Fela Ransome-Kuti And The Africa '70 With Ginger Baker - Live!Interprete: Fela Ransome-Kuti And The Africa '70 With Ginger Baker
Cat#: SP 8401
Etichetta: Signpost Records
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Genere: Jazz / Soul, Funk
Scaricare album Fela Ransome-Kuti And The Africa '70 With Ginger Baker - Live!
|1||Ye Ye De Smell||13:13|
|2||Egbe Mi O (Carry Me I Want To Die)||12:24|
|3||Black Man's Cry||11:40|
- Baritone Saxophone – Lekan Animashaun
- Congas [First] – Henry Koffi
- Congas [Second] – Friday Jumbo
- Congas [Third] – Akwesi Korranting
- Drums – Tony Allen
- Drums [Uncredited] – Ginger Baker
- Guitar [Bass] – Maurice Ekpo
- Percussion [Sticks] – Tony Abayomi
- Producer – Jeff Jarratt
- Rhythm Guitar – Peter Animashaun
- Shekere – Isaac Olaleye
- Tenor Saxophone – Igo Chiko
- Trumpet [First, Solo] – Tunde Williams
- Trumpet [Second] – Eddie Faychum
- Vocals, Saxophone [Uncredited] – Fela Kuti
- Written-By – Fela Ransome-Kuti
"Thanks to Atlantic Records for allowing Ginger Baker to appear on this record."
All selections are published by Beechwood, BMI.
Signpost Records/Distributed by Atlantic Recording Corporation/1841 Broadway, New York, New York 10023
Printed in U.S.A.
Track time for B1 is misprinted as 3:13 on sleeve.
Codici a barre
- Matrix / Runout (Center Label Side A): ST-SP-722531-MO
- Matrix / Runout (Run-Out Side A): ST-SP-722531B Ac At/GP MR Λ ∆17006
- Matrix / Runout (Center Label Side B): ST-SP-722532-MO
- Matrix / Runout (Run-Out Side B): ST-SP-722532B Ac At/GP MR Λ ∆17006-X
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 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 released in 1971 by EMI in Africa and Europe and by CapitolEMI in the United States and Canada. 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. Originally released in 1971, 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. There are just four songs on the album, none shorter than seven minutes, and all but one going over the ten-minute mark. Fela Kuti and The Africa 70 with Ginger Baker. Enter Ginger Baker. Baker tooled into Nigeria in 1969, having come directly from Europe in a Land Rover. His stated purpose was to absorb and internalize the rhythms of Africa, and he was remarkably successful in accomplishing this task. Fela Kuti already had an astonishingly brilliant drummer in the form of Tony Allen, who was able to simultaneously perform a world of rhythm. Live was recorded in 1971 with Fela's group at the time, the Africa 70. Due to its demanding performance schedule, the band is remarkably tight. Interlocking rhythms drive keyboard and guitar vamps, propelling instrumental soloists on trumpet and saxophone. FELA RANSOME-KUTI - Fela Kuti with Ginger Baker - Live 1971 01. Let's Start. Fela Ransome-Kuti & the Africa '70 Je Nwi Temi Don't Gag Me. all songs . Other listen. harmonized songline the light ℵ mare. 陰影 雷散 lightning shadows ライトニングシャドウズ レヴィ ルーグ 風間. contrast trust 陰影 雷散. vnv nation when is the futurevnv nation when is the future. imagine cover john lennon. jesus i belong to you by hillsong. Vinyl , LP, Album. 국가: Mexico. 발매됨: 1972. 장르: Jazz , Funk, Soul. Fela Ransome-Kuti and the Africa'70 with Ginger Baker - Ye Ye De Smell 13:18. Fela kuti - Black Man's cry 12:14. 목록에 추가. 4props , andrenafulva , matracas , BooomBap , MartinAaron31 , djmifume. Listen free to Fela Kuti Fela Ransome-Kuti, Africa '70, Ginger Baker: Live. And Alternate Takes of The Album A love Supreme By John is an album by the African performeractivist Fela Ransome-Kuti and features Ginger Baker, the famous drummer best known for his work with 60's supergroup Cream. Good sound quality for an old live recording that I personally like with a great rhythm and bass section. 5 stars. Read more. The LP helped introduced the African dance rhythm to the top of the 70-80's disco sound. One of my friends borrowed this LP from me and never returned it. I was told by a number of music stores it was no longer available