Labels: Fela Anikulapo Kuti And Roy Ayers. Track A is spelled "Africa Centre Of The World" on the label. Track B is spelled "2000 Black" on the label. I met Fela Kuti in Nigeria in 1979, and we felt into a great relationship, good personal and music vibes, and we recorded that album together. Fela also came to USA on the eighties and we performed at NYC's Madison Square Garden. Amazingly energetic, Fela Kuti had 27 wives and a very original concept that was called the Afro Beats – a genre with a very unique identity and exceptional music. One of Fela Kuti's most impressive qualities was that he was undeniably a brilliant show man, as a musician and as a huge dancer as well. His African concept was truly original
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Fela's music was raw, in your face politically and socially, and musically driven by the same spirit as James Brown's JBs. At the time of this recording in 1979, Ayers had moved out of jazz entirely and become an R&B superstar firmly entrenched in the disco world. Ayers' social concerns - on record - were primarily cosmological in nature.
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