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Alagbon Close / Why Black Man Dey Suffer

Fela Kuti

CD  |  World  |  14 May 2010

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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


Title: Alagbon Close / Why Black Man Dey Suffer

Format: CD

Release Date: 14 May 2010

Artist: Fela Kuti

Sku: 2158017

Catalogue No: KFR1008

Category: World

Disc Count: 1

Transfer Format: Compact Disc

Video Format: World Music

Primary Audio: KFR1008

Language: 00720841800422

Subtitles: Universal Music



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