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Songs To No One
Songs To No One (green & blue vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: EVL 20063. Rel: 27 Apr 24
 
Indie/Alternative
coming soon $43.57
JJD/Unnecessary Begging
Cat: KFR 1014. Rel: 18 May 13
 
Funk
JJD
Unnecessary Begging
No Buredi (No Bread)
 in stock $8.19
Gentleman (reissue)
Gentleman (reissue) (LP + insert)
Cat: KFR 20091. Rel: 14 Oct 16
 
International
Gentleman (14:43)
Igbe (Na Shit) (8:12)
Fe Fe Ne Eye Fe (8:08)
 in stock $20.60
Fela's London Scene (reissue)
Cat: KFR 20041. Rel: 14 Oct 16
 
International
J'Ehin J'Ehin (7:27)
E Gbe Mi O (13:17)
Who're You (9:31)
Buy Africa (5:51)
Fight To Finish (7:26)
Review: Rather bizarrely, Fela's London Scene was recorded at Abbey Road Studios in 1971, but didn't get a UK release until the mid 1990s. This is the first time it has appeared on wax since. While the legendary Afrobeat pioneer and his equally revered backing band, Africa '70, may have been in unusual surroundings, the music showcased on the album was pure Nigerian Afrobeat gold. With Fela in fine form on the mic, and Africa '70 providing typically punchy, horn-heavy backing, tracks such as "E Gbe Mi O", "Buy Africa", and "Fight To The Finish" are every bit as good as anything they recorded in their Lagos studio. "Who're You", with its' changes of intensity and gentle progressions, is particularly good.
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Tags: African | Afrobeat
 in stock $20.06
Gentleman (50th Anniversary Edition)
Gentleman (50th Anniversary Edition) (limited clear & black smokey vinyl LP with obi-strip)
Cat: KFR 20098. Rel: 22 Jun 23
 
International
Gentleman (14:44)
Igbe (Na Shit) (8:06)
Fe Fe Ne Eye Fe (8:08)
Review: This reissue of Gentleman is the seventh album in the series of celebratory 50th Anniversary reissues of legendary Nigerian musician Fela Kuti's work. The 1973 album is noted as the last of Kuti's early 1970s albums recorded with the first iteration of his live-in band, Africa 70, before they were much later replaced by the creatively, nominally-updated band Egypt 80. As ever for Kuti, the album is packed with metaphor and ironic satire as a subtext, glueing the Afrobeats and funk together with a heavy dose of anti-colonialism. Our highlight is the track 'Igbe', on which we hear Kuti at his least abashed, singing the word 'shit' in several Nigerian languages.
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Tags: Afrobeat | Afro Funk
 in stock $24.82
Box Set 6: Curated by Idris Elba
Box Set 6: Curated by Idris Elba (7xLP box set + booklet + poster)
Cat: KFR 40081. Rel: 30 Nov 23
 
International
Open & Close (LP1: Open & Close) (14:59)
Swegbe & Pako (12:31)
Gbagada Gbagada Gbogodo Gbogodo (9:22)
Opposite People (LP2: Opposite People) (16:40)
Equalisation Of Trouser & Pant (16:43)
Stalemate (LP3: Stalemate) (12:56)
African Message (Don't Worry About My Mouth O) (15:40)
Fela Kuti & Roy Ayers - "2000 Blacks Got To Be Free" (LP4: music Of Many Colours) (18:36)
Fela Kuti & Roy Ayers - "Africa - Centre Of The World" (17:35)
MOP (Movement Of The People): Political Statement Number 1 (part 1 - LP5: live In Amsterdam) (19:05)
MOP (Movement Of The People): Political Statement Number 1 (part 2) (18:21)
Customs Check Point (LP6: live In Amsterdam - Continued) (16:12)
Gimme Shit I Give You Shit (part 1) (6:01)
Gimme Shit I Give You Shit (part 2) (19:14)
I Go Shout Plenty (LP7: I Go Shout Plenty) (13:02)
Why Black Man Dey Suffer? (14:57)
Review: Knitting Factory and Partisan Records share the sixth instalment of the much-anticipated vinyl reissue box-sets from the Fela Kuti catalog. Box #6 is curated by actor, producer, DJ, rapper and singer, Idris Elba (aka. DJ Big Driis). Limited to an edition of 5,000 worldwide, this one includes a 24-page booklet with lyrics, commentaries by Afrobeat historian Chris May, together with some never-before-seen photos, not to mention a 16x24" poster designed by Lemi Ghariokwu, the creative force behind many of Fela's greatest album covers. Previous curators include Chris Martin, Erykah Badu, Ginger Baker, Brian Eno, and Questlove.
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Tags: Afrobeat
 in stock $112.48
Excuse O (reissue)
Excuse O (reissue) (orange vinyl LP)
Cat: KFR 20143. Rel: 25 Jan 24
 
International
Excuse (13:48)
Mr Grammarticalogy-Lisationalsim Is The Boss (16:42)
Tags: Afrobeat
 in stock $20.60
Kalakuta Show (reissue)
Kalakuta Show (reissue) (blue vinyl LP)
Cat: KFR 20203. Rel: 25 Jan 24
 
International
Kalakuta Show (14:41)
Don't Make Ganran Ganran (16:12)
Review: There are a bunch of reissues of classic Fela Kuti albums dropping right now which is always going to be good news for collectors and Afrobeat lovers a like. As was often the case with his music, this album Kalakuta Show from 1976 was a way of him taking revenge on the military regime that attacked and brutalized him two years prior when the police mounted a large scale raid on Kalakuta Republic incoming Fela's own heavily guarded compound. They were the second raids in eight months and left Fela with scalp wounds and a broken arm, and us with this most remarkable musical retort.
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Tags: Afrobeat
 in stock $20.60
Why Black Men They Suffer (reissue)
Why Black Men They Suffer (reissue) (translucent yellow vinyl LP)
Cat: KFR 20123. Rel: 25 Jan 24
 
International
Why Black Man Dey Suffer (14:58)
Ikoyi Mentality Versus Mushin Mentality (12:32)
Review: Why Black Man Dey Suffer was a major turning point early in Fela Kuti's career. On his first tour of the US the Afrobeat pioneer was turned to a more political, critical mindset thanks to the guidance of Black-rights activist Sandra Izsadore. When he returned home, he took aim at the injustice and inequality he saw throughout post-colonial Africa, and wrote and recorded this mightily potent album as a result. In some ways it's more measured than he would grow to become, but the power of the music is undeniable. Recorded in 1970, when Tony Allen was still being joined by unlikely collaborator Ginger Baker on the drums, this is a landmark part of a true musical legend, now repressed on translucent yellow vinyl courtesy of Knitting Factory.
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Tags: Afrobeat
 in stock $20.60
Ikoyi Blindness (reissue)
Ikoyi Blindness (reissue) (white vinyl LP)
Cat: KFR 20173. Rel: 22 Feb 24
 
International
Ikoyi Blindness (14:52)
Gba Mi Leti Ki N'Dolowo (Slap Me Make I Get Money) (14:30)
Tags: Afrobeat
 in stock $20.60
Original Sufferhead (reissue)
Original Sufferhead (reissue) (light green vinyl LP)
Cat: KFR 20393. Rel: 22 Feb 24
 
International
Original Sufferhead (25:25)
Power Show (14:55)
Review: Like so much of his often faultless work, Original Sufferhead by Fela Kuti is a powerful and politically charged album that embodies the essence of Afrobeat. For that reason, it is well deserving of this reissue as it remains relevant in more ways than one all these years after its original release in 1981 with its signature blend of funk, jazz, and traditional African rhythms, coupled with biting social commentary. The album confronts issues of oppression, corruption, and inequality, with Fela's impassioned vocals leading the charge. Each track is a call to action, urging listeners to rise against injustice and oppression. With its infectious grooves and thought-provoking lyrics, this is a timeless listen that continues to inspire and resonate with audiences around the world.
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Tags: Afrobeat
 in stock $20.60
Afrodisiac (50th Anniversary Edition)
Afrodisiac (50th Anniversary Edition) (green & red marbled vinyl 2xLP with obi-strip)
Cat: KFR 20088. Rel: 02 Dec 22
 
International
Alu Jon Jonki Jon (12:41)
Chop & Quench (7:17)
Eko Ile (6:44)
Je'nwi Temi (Don't Gag Me) (13:18)
Review: 'Afrodisiac' was the renowned Afrobeat pioneer and infamous polygamist Fela Kuti's sexual mating call in album form. At the very prime of his career - which saw to the man marrying and sheltering over ten wives (while also engaging in anti-colonial political activism) - the album came about as a defining statement of Kuti's practice. Its best known song, 'Jeun Ko Ku', is listed by its Pidgin title 'Chop and Quench' on this 50th Anniversary edition. It's a satire about gluttony - "eat and die" in Standard English.
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Tags: Afrobeat
 in stock $26.15
Teacher Don't Teach Me Nonsense
Cat: KFR 12055. Rel: 13 Aug 14
 
International
Teacher Don't Teach Me Nonsense (part 2)
Look & Laugh (part 2)
! low stock $21.65
Expensive Shit
Cat: KFR 20151. Rel: 28 Jul 14
 
International
Expensive Shit
Water No Get Enemy
Review: Destination Nigeria, 1975, Fela and Africa 70 are indelibly locked into a hugely prolific groove with well over 10 albums behind them. Then they release this, an LP comprised solely of two wondrously extended work outs from the troupe. "Expensive Shit" famously tells the tale of Fela's brush with the jaded law while "Water No Get Enemy" speaks - or rather sings - for itself. One of Fela's many notable and hugely influential releases; your collection isn't complete without it.
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Tags: Afrobeat
! low stock $20.60
Fela With Ginger Baker Live!
Cat: KFR 20031. Rel: 28 Jul 14
 
International
Let's Start
Black Man's Cry
Ye Ye De Smell
Egbe Mi O (Carry Me I Want To Die)
 in stock $20.60
He Miss Road
Cat: KFR 20161. Rel: 28 Jul 14
 
International
He Miss Road
Monday Morning In Lagos
It's No Possible
 in stock $15.60
Confusion
Cat: KFR 2010. Rel: 13 Aug 14
 
International
Confusion (part 1)
Confusion (part 2)
Review: Regarded by many as Fela and The Africa 70's zenith, Confusion is 26 minutes of total Afrofunk immersion delivered over two sides. Gradually building - thanks largely to Tony Allen's dynamic drum work that's as delicate as it is powerful, Fela's dreamy, almost jazz-like keys and a rigid, spine-like rhythm guitar - the groove and narrative is developed with a natural sense of well-instrumented drama. A genuine classic, if your collection isn't blessed with this now is most certainly the time.
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Tags: Afrobeat | Afro Funk
 in stock $22.98
Alagbon Close
Cat: KFR 20111. Rel: 27 Oct 15
 
International
Alagbon Close (17:14)
I No Get Eye For Back (11:26)
Tags: Afrobeat | Afro Funk
 in stock $14.26
Upside Down (reissue)
Cat: KFR 20231. Rel: 14 Oct 16
 
International
Upside Down (with Sandra Akanke Isidore) (14:42)
Go Slow (14:37)
 in stock $20.60
Everything Scatter
Cat: KFR 20131. Rel: 13 Oct 15
 
International
Everything Scatter (Rere Run) (10:32)
Who No Know Go Know (15:06)
 in stock $20.60
Noise For Vendor Mouth (reissue)
Cat: KFR 20193. Rel: 25 Jan 24
 
International
Noise For Vendor Mouth (16:13)
Mattress (14:01)
Tags: Afrobeat
 in stock $20.60
ITT (reissue)
ITT (reissue) (LP + insert)
Cat: KFR 20381. Rel: 14 Oct 16
 
International
International Thief Thief (part 1) (11:17)
International Thief Thief (part 2) (12:47)
Intérprete: Aleqs Notal
Tags: Afrobeat
 in stock $20.60
Zombie (reissue)
Cat: KFR 20251. Rel: 14 Oct 16
 
International
Zombie (12:26)
Mr Follow Follow (12:56)
 in stock $20.60
Yellow Fever
Cat: 2024. Rel: 05 Mar 18
 
International
Yellow Fever (15:23)
Na Poi '75 (13:36)
Tags: Afrobeat
 in stock $20.60
No Agreement
No Agreement (LP + insert)
Cat: 2007. Rel: 05 Mar 18
 
International
No Agreement (15:43)
Dog Eat Dog (15:49)
Tags: Afrobeat
 in stock $20.60
Fear Not For Man
Cat: KFR 20281. Rel: 13 Oct 15
 
International
Fear Not For Man (14:12)
Palm Wine Sound (instrumental) (15:16)
 in stock $20.60
Overtake Don Overtake Overtake (reissue)
Overtake Don Overtake Overtake (reissue) (translucent green vinyl LP)
Cat: KFR 20443. Rel: 22 Feb 24
 
International
Overtake Don Overtake Overtake (part 1) (12:10)
Overtake Don Overtake Overtake (part 2) (20:06)
Tags: Afrobeat
 in stock $20.60
Music Of Many Colours (reissue)
Cat: KFR 11431. Rel: 29 Nov 19
 
International
2000 Blacks Got To Be Free (18:37)
Africa - Center Of The World (17:35)
 in stock $20.60
Afrodisiac (reissue)
Cat: KFR 20081. Rel: 14 Oct 16
 
International
Alu Jon Jonki Jon (12:39)
Chop & Quench (7:16)
Eko Ile (6:43)
Je'nwi Temi (Don't Gag Me) (13:17)
 in stock $20.60
Shakara (reissue)
Shakara (reissue) (LP + insert)
Cat: KFR 20271. Rel: 14 Oct 16
 
International
Lady (13:49)
Shakara Oloje (13:27)
 in stock $20.60
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