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-=== With [[Fela Kuti]] ===+'''''Fela's London Scene''''' is an album by Nigerian Afrobeat composer, bandleader, and multi-instrumentalist [[Fela Kuti]] recorded in England in 1971 and originally released on the Nigerian [[EMI Records|EMI]] label.
-* ''[[Fela's London Scene]]'' (EMI, 1971) uncredited+ 
-* ''[[Why Black Man Dey Suffer]]'' (African Sounds, 1971)+==Reception==
-* ''[[Live! (Fela Kuti album)|Live!]]'' (Regal Zonophone, 1972)+ 
-* ''[[Stratavarious]]'' (Polydor, 1972)+The [[Allmusic]] review awarded the album 4½ stars calling it "A stunning record that marks the beginning of Fela's best period of recording".
 + 
 +==Track listing==
 +''All compositions by Fela Kuti''
 +# "J’Ehin-J’Ehin" – 7:26
 +# "Egbe Mio" – 13:13
 +# "Who’re You" – 9:30
 +# "Buy Africa" – 5:51
 +# "Fight to Finish" – 7:26
 + 
 +==Personnel==
 +*[[Fela Kuti]] – [[electric piano]], [[vocals]]
 +*Eddie Faychum, Tunde Williams [[trumpet]]
 +*Igo Chico – [[tenor saxophone]]
 +*Lekan Animashaun – [[baritone saxophone]]
 +*Peter Animashaun – [[guitar]]
 +*Maurice Ekpo – [[bass guitar]]
 +*[[Tony Allen (musician)|Tony Allen]], [[Ginger Baker]] – [[drum kit|drums]]
 +*Akwesi Korranting, Friday Jumbo, Henry Kofi – [[congas]]
 +*Tony Abayomi – [[percussion]]
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Fela's London Scene is an album by Nigerian Afrobeat composer, bandleader, and multi-instrumentalist Fela Kuti recorded in England in 1971 and originally released on the Nigerian EMI label.

Reception

The Allmusic review awarded the album 4½ stars calling it "A stunning record that marks the beginning of Fela's best period of recording".

Track listing

All compositions by Fela Kuti

  1. "J’Ehin-J’Ehin" – 7:26
  2. "Egbe Mio" – 13:13
  3. "Who’re You" – 9:30
  4. "Buy Africa" – 5:51
  5. "Fight to Finish" – 7:26

Personnel




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