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Written-By – F. Ransome Kuti*
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Written-By – F. Ransome Kuti*
- Record Company – Philips (West African) Records Ltd. – 425004
- Manufactured By – Polydor Records Ltd.
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Album: Highlife - Jazz and Afro- Soul (1963-1969). Download Fela Kuti and His Koola Lobitos - Home Cooking.
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His mother, Chief Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti, was a feminist activist in the anti-colonial movement; his father, Reverend Israel Oludotun Ransome-Kuti, an Anglican minister and school principal, was the first president of the Nigeria Union of Teachers. His brothers, Beko Ransome-Kuti and Olikoye Ransome-Kuti, both medical doctors, are well known in Nigeria. Fela is a first cousin. In 1963, Fela moved back to the newly independent Federation of Nigeria, re-formed Koola Lobitos and trained as a radio producer for the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation . Fela's album output slowed in the 1990s, and eventually he stopped releasing albums altogether. In 1993, he and four members of the Afrika '70 organization were arrested for murder.
The set collects the Koola Lobitos discography over three CDs and 39 tracks and was compiled by chemistry professor and African music blogger Toshiya Endo for its original Japanese release in 2005. While Fela's Afrobeat compositions took the groove to its limit over side-long tunes, the first disc of early 7" singles here demonstrates the group's desire to take existing sounds and create something new, if not the extended focus and political message that would come later. The group's mid-60s self-titled debut album opens with 'Signature Tune', a short, sharp blast of percussion-led brass that leads into 'Highlife Time', which provides a statement of intent as Fela introduces the music that's "got the beat". While comprehensively covering the early years of his musical output, for Fela Kuti this was merely the starting point.
Written-By – F. Ransome Kuti. Companies, etc. Record Company – Philips (West African) Records Ltd. – 425004.
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Koola Lobitos, The '69 Los Angeles Sessions. The Complete Works of Fela Anikulapo Kuti (29xCD/1xDVD). Upon his return to Lagos in 1963, he had dreams of becoming a successful modern jazz musician in the tradition of Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie and others. Over the course of the rest of the ‘60s, he recorded many singles for local labels, Parlaphone, Phillips and an album for EMI. They evolve from the West African slant on jazz called Highlife to soul to hints of what would become Afrobeat. It’s a startling evolution of a man intent on ultimately finding his own voice and style. The music is spread over three discs with Disc One focusing on his singles, Disc Two on the album and Disc Three.