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Teacher Don't Teach Me Nonsense sees Fela explaining the role of the teacher in any society with the concept that everything we consider as problems, and everything we accept as good in life, begin with what we are taught. With production help coming from the extremely talented and prolific Wally Badarou, these songs have Fela s most full-bodied sound to date and a horn section that s much hotter and brassier than ever before. "Look and Laugh" is among Fela's most compelling songs and details the attack from Nigerian Soldiers on his home, the Kalakuta Compound, in a detached, almost journalistic way.
Teacher Don't Teach Me Nonsense sees Fela explaining the role of the teacher in any society with the concept that everything we consider as problems, and everything we accept as good in life, begin with what we are taught. With production help coming from the extremely talented and prolific Wally Badarou, these songs have Fela s most full-bodied sound to date and a horn section that s much hotter and brassier than ever before. "Look and Laugh" is among Fela's most compelling songs and details the attack from Nigerian Soldiers on his home, the Kalakuta Compound, in a detached, almost journalistic way.
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Teacher Don't Teach Me Nonsense [Vinyl]
Artist: Fela Kuti
Format: Vinyl
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Teacher Don't Teach Me Nonsense sees Fela explaining the role of the teacher in any society with the concept that everything we consider as problems, and everything we accept as good in life, begin with what we are taught. With production help coming from the extremely talented and prolific Wally Badarou, these songs have Fela s most full-bodied sound to date and a horn section that s much hotter and brassier than ever before. "Look and Laugh" is among Fela's most compelling songs and details the attack from Nigerian Soldiers on his home, the Kalakuta Compound, in a detached, almost journalistic way.
        
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