Vincent Ahehehinnou was a member of the Beninese band Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou. This album appeared after he left his former project in 1978. Very pleasant for those into Afrobeat.
One track of pure Afrobeat power from Nigeria’s Oghene Kologbo! Thanks to Paris DJs, who released this bumping track.
A lot of press covering Nigerian music rightfully goes to Fela Kuti, yet he’s not the only innovative figure to gain international fame. His percussionist, Tony Allen, has spent a good part of five decades making music which was influenced by funk and jazz as well as Highlife. The Afrobeat sound he was instrumental in …
Quite a monster of an album by Nigeria’s finest, Fela Kuti. The track listing for this album is: 01 “Alu Jon Jonki” – 12:41 02 “Jeun Ko Ku (Chop ‘n Quench)” – 7:14 03 “Eko Ile” – 6:41 04 “Je’nwi Temi (Don’t Gag Me)” – 13:15