Why Black Man Dey Suffer
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Why Black Man Dey Suffer is an album by Nigerian Afrobeat composer, bandleader, and multi-instrumentalist Fela Kuti recorded in 1971 and originally released on the Nigerian African Sounds label after EMI refused to release it.
|Why Black Man Dey Suffer|
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|Studio||Arc Studio, Lagos, Nigeria|
|Fela Kuti chronology|
The Allmusic review awarded the album 4½ stars, stating: "Why Black Man Dey Suffer is a relatively early chapter in the Fela discography, originally recorded in 1971. Put to tape with early band Africa 70 and Cream drummer/Afro-beat enthusiast Ginger Baker on board as well, the record is made up of two extensive, repetitive, and loping pieces."
All compositions by Fela Kuti
Original Art Cover/Painting (1971)Edit
Grace Okotie-Eboh Oduro
- "Why Black Man Dey Suffer" All Rights reserved (Painting Copy write - Grace Okotie-Eboh Oduro)
- "Reason behind the painting was to depict the slavery and exploitation of the African(Black Man) by the Europeans and the Arabs"