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Fela Kuti And Africa 70 - No Agreement (LP, Album, RE) Mint (M) / Mint (M)

Fela Kuti And Africa 70 - No Agreement (LP, Album, RE) Mint (M) / Mint (M)

Knitting Factory Records,Kalakuta Sunrise

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Summary: Vinyl, LP1, No Agreement, Fela Kuti And Africa 70, 2017, US

Media Condition:  Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)
Country:    US  
Released:  
2017
Genre:       Jazz, Funk / Soul
Style:         Afrobeat

Comments:
New & Sealed.
 

Notes:

Made in England

A. No Agreement 15:35
B. Dog Eat Dog 15:33

 

Barcode and Other Identifiers:

Barcode 7 20841 20401 5
Matrix / Runout 161778E1/A
Matrix / Runout 161778E2/A

 

Licensed To Knitting Factory Records Inc.
Phonographic Copyright (p) FAK (2)
Copyright (c) Knitting Factory Records Inc.
Recorded At Decca Studios, Lagos
Printed By Robert Stace
Published By Burlington Music
Pressed By GZ Media

Data provided by Discogs

 

KFR2007-1

Fela used the phrase “no agreement” in the same way that Malcolm X used “no flim flam, no compromise, no sell-out.” Fela’s lyric says that he will never make peace with Nigeria’s corrupt and brutal military regime. “I no go agree make my brother hungry make I no talk, I no go agree make my brother jobless make I no talk, I no go agree make my brother homeless make I no talk…no agreement today, no agreement tomorrow, no agreement now, later, never and ever.” Side two, the instrumental “Dog Eat Dog,” includes a post-Bitches Brew, Miles Davis-ish trumpet solo which was probably played by the Art Ensemble of Chicago’s Lester Bowie. Bowie was in Lagos for a few months round about the time the album was recorded (during 1977’s Festac) and participated in Afrika 70 recording sessions.


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