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Nigerian multi-instrumentalist musician, composer, founder of Afrobeat -wiki-

Probably the most famous musician to come out of Africa did not turn pop. The pride of Nigeria.

Discography

1971 Live ! (with Ginger Baker) Regal Zonophone / Pathe Marconi

1971 Why Black Man Dey Suffer EMI / Decca Afrodesia

1972 Stratavarious (with Ginger Baker) Polydor / Atco

1972 Na Poi EMI HMV

1972 Open & Close EMI / Pathe Marconi

1972 Shakara EMI / Editions Makossa / Pathe Marconi / Creole

1972 Roforofo Fight Jofabro / Editions Makossa / Pathe Marconi

1973 Afrodisiac EMI/ Regal Zonophone / Pathe Marconi

1973 Gentleman EMI / Pathe Marconi / Creole

1974 Alagbon Close Jofabro / Editions Makossa

1975 Noise for Vendor Mouth Afrobeat

1975 Confusion EMI / Pathe Marconi

1975 Everything Scatter Coconut / Creole

1975 He Miss Road EMI / Pathe Marconi

1975 Expensive Shit Soundwork Shop / Editions Makossa

1976 No Bread Soundwork Shop / Editions Makossa

1976 Kalakuta Show Kalakuta / Editions Makossa

1976 Upside Down Decca Afrodisia

1976 Ikoyi Blindness Africa Music

1976 Before I Jump Like Monkey Give Me Banana Coconut

1976 Excuse O Coconut

1976 Zombie Coconut / Creole / Mercury

1976 Yellow Fever Decca Afrodesia

1977 Opposite People Decca Afrodesia

1977 Fear Not For Man Decca Afrodesia

1977 Stalemate Decca Afrodesia

1977 Observation No Crime Decca Afrodesia

1977 Johnny Just Drop (J.J.D Live!! at Kalakuta Republic) Decca Afrodesia

1977 I Go Shout Plenty Decca Afrodesia

1977 No Agreement Decca Afrodesia / Barclay / Celluloid

1977 Sorrow, Tears and Blood Kalakuta

1978 Shuffering and Shmiling Coconut / Celluloid

1979 Unknown Soldier Phonodisk / Uno Melodic

1979 I.T.T. (International Thief Thief) Kalakuta

1980 Music of Many Colours (with Roy Ayers) Phonodisk / Celluloid

1980 Authority Stealing Kalakuta

1981 Black President Capitol

1981 Original Sufferhead Lagos International / Arista

1981 Coffin for Head of State Kalakuta

1983 Perambulator Lagos International

1985 Army Arrangement Kalakuta / Celluloid

1986 Teacher Don't Teach Me Nonsense Polygram / Barclay

1989 Beasts of No Nation Kalakuta / Eurobound / Shanachie

1989 O.D.O.O. (Overtake Don Overtake Overtake) Kalakuta / Shanachie

1990 Confusion Break Bones Kalakuta

1990 Just Like That Kalakuta

1992 Underground System Kalakuta / Sterns

He died from AIDS in 1997.

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