Artists Fela Kuti Alagbon Close, Why Black Man Dey Suffer. Alagbon Close, Why Black Man Dey Suffer Fela Kuti. Alagbon Close, Why Black Man Dey Suffer. This album has an average beat per minute of 105 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 93/117 BPM). Tracklist Alagbon Close, Why Black Man Dey Suffer.
Alagbon Close represents one of the first times anyone had directly taken on the Nigerian authorities in such a brash manner. Why Black Man Dey Suffer: This album, recorded in 1971 with Ginger Baker behind the board, was originally deemed too controversial for release by his label at the time. The title track is a history lesson on the oppression of the African man - detailing the litany of abuses they have suffered from being taken as slaves to having an alien people impose a new culture upon them, take their land, fight them, and set them against one another.
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Tracklist: 01. Alagbon Close (17:03) 02. I No Get Eye For Back (11:24) 03. Why Black Man Dey Suffer (15:15) 04. Ikoyi Mentality versus Mushin Mentality (12:57).
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Tracklist: 1. Alagbon Close, 2. I No Get Eye For Back. Why Black Man Dey Suffe. Fela Fela Fela by Fela Kuti. Music Of Fela – Roforofo Fight by Fela Kuti.
Fela Ransome Kuti & Africa 70. Knitting Factory Records. Preceded by the auspicious Gentleman and Afrodisiac in 1973, Alagbon Close, released in 1974, marked watersheds in the development of Afrobeat and in Kuti's politics. Many of the elements which make the album so compelling can be heard on earlier recordings, but on Alagbon Close Kuti and drummer/bandleader Tony Allen pulled them all together to devastating effect, in the process creating the definitive Afrobeat paradigm
|2||I No Get Eye For Back||11:24|
|3||Why Black Man Dey Suffer||15:15|
|4||Ikoyi Mentality Versus Mushin Mentality||12:57|
- Executive Producer – Francis Kertekian
- Mastered By – Pompon*
- Written-By, Producer, Arranged By – Fela Kuti
Notes© 2007 FAK under license to Barclay
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 600753046111
|WRASS 198||Fela*||Alagbon Close / Why Black Man Dey Suffer (CD, Album, Comp)||Wrasse Records||WRASS 198||2007|
|KFR-1008||Fela Ransome-Kuti* And Africa '70* With Ginger Baker||Fela Ransome-Kuti* And Africa '70* With Ginger Baker - Alagbon Close/Why Black Man Dey Suffer (CD, Album, Comp)||The Knitting Factory||KFR-1008||US||2010|
|OTCD-2232||Fela Ransome Kuti* & Africa 70||Fela Ransome Kuti* & Africa 70 - Alagbon Close / Why Black Man Dey Suffer (CD, Album, Comp, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap)||Knitting Factory Records, Octave||OTCD-2232||Japan||2010|