November 13, 2009

Alhaji ( Chief ) Professor Kollington Ayinla and his Fuji ’78 Organisation -Blessing, Kollington Records 1988

Kollington Ayinla, front, cd size

The more I listen to fuji, the more I like it. It’s drums can take
you on a journey, sweeet. Two big names in fuji-land, Sikiru Ayinde
Barrister and Kollington Ayinla. I think they’re both great.


1 E ye ika se
– Oromo adie fo
– Ko s’ohun tan o le fi gberaga
– Adio shile
– Won ti gbe oye fun mi
2 Pataki l’omo
– To ba jisoro mi
– Engineer Olatunji / iya suna
– Odun titun de
– Ao toro emi gesa fun enia
– Ki aiye ma gbagbe mi


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  1. grooVemonzter 14 November 2009 at 01:56 - Reply

    Thank you very much for this excellent music. I agree about Fuji. It’s very interesting and hypnotic. Cheers from Miami

  2. madrotter 22 November 2009 at 20:09 - Reply

    man oh man, i’ve been looking for the professor since somewhere in the middle 80’s i’m not kidding!!!!
    heard one song on dutch radio and been looking for it ever sice, all i’e been able to find in holland was 1 barrister cd and 1 barrister lp (that was lost;()

    thank you so much!!!

  3. kaya errands 24 November 2009 at 17:42 - Reply

    Thanks for the music

    Fuji is great music to listen to.

    Am a very big Kollington Fan
    i often listen to fuji in my car

    Nortse Amartey

    Kaya errands

  4. Kaya Errands 24 November 2009 at 17:46 - Reply

    We love Fuji music and kollinton is indeed one of the best in the game

    kaya errands


  5. Anonymous 31 March 2014 at 15:11 - Reply

    could you please re-upload it. that would be wonderful.

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