10 Replies to “ Irin Ajo - Remi Kabaka, Abdul Lasisi Amao And Steve Winwood - Aiye-Keta - The Third World ”

  1. Aug 09,  · • Abdul Lasisi Amao • saxophone, flute, percussion, congas, vocals THIRD WORLD-AIYE-KETA (D+) Tracking Steve Winwood, around the time of Shootout At the Fantasy Factory by Traffic, he worked with Remi Kabaka on the Third World album playing keys and guitar like he did in Traffic. At times he sings a bit too along with the others.
  2. Buy Mp3 Music Online / Remi Kabaka / Aiye-Keta (With Abdul Lasisi Amao & Steve Winwood) (Vinyl) Remi Kabaka — Aiye-Keta (With Abdul Lasisi Amao & Steve Winwood) (Vinyl) $
  3. Dr. Joseph Aiyenowo, MD is an internal medicine specialist in Hesston, KS and has been practicing for 19 years. He graduated from University Of Kansas / School Of Medicine in and specializes in internal medicine and pediatrics.
  4. Jan 25,  · His two collaborators were African musicians Remi Kabaka (who had played with Winwood in Ginger Baker's Air Force) and Abdul Lasisi Amao (a founding member of the African worldbeat group Osibisa). Their one and only album Aiye-Keta was produced by Winwood, who also played keyboards, lead guitar, and moog synthesizer.
  5. Jan 31,  · They also both performed with Steve Winwood at different times (Reebop as a member of Traffic, Remi in a short-lived unit called Third World with fellow Nigerian Abdul Lasisi "Loughty" Amao). Category.
  6. The Official Website of Legendary Musician Steve Winwood, whose compositions include “Gimme Some Lovin’“, “Higher Love”, “Roll With It”, “Valerie”, “Back In The High Life Again”, “Can’t Find My Way Home”, “Dear Mr Fantasy”, “While You See A Chance”, “I’m A Man”, and “The Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys”, among many others.
  7. Dec 31,  · His two collaborators were African musicians Remi Kabaka (who had played with Winwood in Ginger Baker's Air Force) and Abdul Lasisi Amao (a founding member of the African worldbeat group Osibisa). Their one and only album Aiye-Keta was produced by Winwood, who also played keyboards, lead guitar, and moog synthesizer.
  8. A rather overlooked chapter in Winwood's illustrious career. In he briefly united with Reebop Kwaku Baah who he had played with both in Airforce and Traffic to form Third World and releasing this brilliant piece of early West meets South fusion. Very much in the same style as Ginger Baker, some rather loose, long, jam filled tracks.4/5(1).
  9. Mar 16,  · Third World - AIYE-KETA (Steve Winwood, Remi Kabaka, Abdul Amao) - In , while Steve Winwood was on hiatus from Traffic due to illness, he took part in a reggae trio called The Third World. It was a one-off project, not to be confused with the better-known, long-running reggae band of the same name.
  10. Rezension. Nachdem Steve Winwood vor 30 Jahren mit Jim Capaldi & Co. den Verkehr bei Traffic geregelt und sich später ('69) mit Eric Clapton vertrauensvoll Blind Faith hingegeben hatte, tauchte der Sänger und Keyboarder ("While You See A Chance", "Higher Love") mit den Farbigen Remi Kabaka und Abdul Lasisi Amao in bewegte Afro-Grooves: ein interessant-exotischer Ausflug des 5/5(1).

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