Fela Kuti: Live!, LP (Vinyl)
Fela Kuti: Live!, LP (Vinyl)
€19.90
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Fela Kuti
Africa 70
Ginger Baker
Live!

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • United States
Neuauflage
  • Celluloid (2)
  • (CELL 6134)
  • Celluloid (2)
  • (CEL 6134)
  • 4 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • EX / EX+
  • used
  • minor surface marks on vinyl

tracks

A1

Let's Start

A2

Black Man's Cry

B1

Ye Ye De Smell

B2

Egbe Mi O

Credits

Baritone Saxophone
  • Lekan Animashaun
Bass
  • Maurice Ekpo
Congas
  • Akwesi Korranting
  • Friday Jumbo
  • Henry Koffi
Drums
  • Ginger Baker
  • Tony Allen
Guitar
  • Peter Animashaun
Percussion
  • Tony Abayomi
Producer
  • Jeff Jarratt
Shekere
  • Isaac Olaleye
Tenor Saxophone
  • Igo Chico
Trumpet
  • Eddie Faychum
  • Tunde Williams
Vocals
  • Fela Kuti
Saxophone
  • Fela Kuti

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