Segun Bucknor - La la la (acoustic version) (10:39). This reissue of various Bucknor recordings made from 1969 - 1975 represents an interesting slice of Nigerian pop music history and culture.
All Tracks Composed By Segun Bucknor. STRUTALP 005. Segun Bucknor. Poor Man No Get Brother: Assembly & Revolution 1969-1975 (2xLP, Comp).
As aficionados of Afro-beat have known for a long time, there were other bands and sounds that erupted from Lagos during the '70s. Bucknor was a contemporary of Fela, and hugely popular in the country
Bucknor was a contemporary of Fela, and hugely popular in the country. Of course, a lot of this sounds like the man himself - it would be asking a lot not to be influenced by that sound. But the progression of the songs here is more rhythmic and more circular - not a march toward the abyss, but a march around your head. The first and most important thing Bucknor wants to do is to make you dance.
A recent album from Afrostrut Records recounts the classic sounds of the underrated Segun Bucknor of Nigeria. Titled Poor Man Get No Brother: Assembly and Revolution 1965-1975, it’s a time-capsule of an effervescent musical era of funk, groove and re-evaluation of traditions. The BBC continues: This reissue of various Bucknor recordings made from 1969 - 1975 represents an interesting.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Title: Poor Man No Get Brother: Assembly & Revolution 1969-1975 Performer: Segun Bucknor Год: 2019 Jan 26 Genre: Funk, Soul music Style: Afrobeat Soul Funk This album was released on lable Strut (catalog num STRUTACD 005) Country: UK Duration: 09:17:29 Format of the release is: CD, Compilation Format/codec: tracks, MP3 Audio bitrate: 320 kbps.
This disc collects music from two incarnations of Bucknor's band, the first being the Assembly, and the second, the more politically inclined Revolution. Like Fela Kuti, Bucknor saw music as a way to attract people to politics (and politics as a way to attract people to music), and many songs have an interesting socially conscious component. Overall, this sounds pretty static, with one song after another "staying on the one," in the James Brown style, but it's still a pretty cool document of a little-known chapter in African pop history.
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Get ad-free whosampled premium!go ad-free with whosampled premium! Poor Man No Get Brother: Assembly & Revolution 1970-1974 (2002). Album by Segun Bucknor. Dye Dye. was sampled in.
|Sorrow, Sorrow, Sorrow|
|Son Of January 15th|
|La La La (Hard Version) (Part 1)|
|La La La (Hard Version) (Part 2)|
|That's The Time|
|Love And Affection|
|Who Say I Tire|
|You Killing Me|
|La La La (Acoustic Version)|
|STRUTACD 005||Segun Bucknor||Poor Man No Get Brother: Assembly & Revolution 1969-1975 (CD, Comp)||Afro Strut||STRUTACD 005||UK||2002|
|STRUTALP 005||Segun Bucknor||Poor Man No Get Brother: Assembly & Revolution 1969-1975 (2xLP, Comp)||Afro Strut||STRUTALP 005||UK||2002|
|STRUTACD 005||Segun Bucknor||Poor Man No Get Brother: Assembly & Revolution 1970-1974 (CDr, Comp, Promo)||Strut, Afro Strut||STRUTACD 005||UK||2002|