March 22, 2014

Micky Adisa & his Original Fuji Londoners Ka Tepa Mose, Ogo Oluwa Records 1982

Micky Adisa, front

Somewhere during last week I received a request for more
Kollington Ayinla or fuji in general. Do you know these guys
already ? Strange thing if you ‘google’ Micky Adisa you’ll
find nothing and if you google Fuji Londoners you get to
Sikiru Ayinde Barrister or the Royal Talazo Fuji Londoners.
One way or the other, this an lp by Micky Adisa
& his Original Fuji Londoners,


1 Kate pamo ‘se
– Aljhaji yusuff lowode
– Afro fuji system
2 Oluwa magba agbekele wa
– Onile mo bode ki nto wole
– Alhaji ganiyu salako


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  1. Henk Madrotter 22 March 2014 at 16:55 - Reply

    thanks moos!!!! first time i heard fuji music was in '81 listening to bram van splunteren's moondogs show every tuesday night, i spend years looking for it and back then you just couldn't find it in rotterdam, folks in the record shops didn't even know what i was talking about. i'm a HUGE fan of this music, so, thanks again!

  2. Sjef 22 March 2014 at 18:55 - Reply

    Hoi Moos, ik wil je bij deze bedanken voor de vele prachtige platen die je met ons deelt. Het wordt gewaardeerd! Heb zoveel goede muziek via deze blog ontdekt.<br /><br />Groeten,<br /><br />Sjef

  3. Anonymous 23 March 2014 at 04:53 - Reply

    Hello Moos. The Fuji Londoners was Sikiru Ayinde Barrister&#39;s band before he fired them and started the Progressive Fuji Commanders. The guy on the right is Mickey Adisa and he was a backing vocalist for Barrister. The guy on the left was his drummer. After he fired them, Mickey Adisa to the band over.<br /><br />

  4. moos 23 March 2014 at 13:40 - Reply

    well thank you anonymous, nice piece of information. <br /><br />I&#39;ll do a bit more of this stuff Henk, hang on..

  5. Anonymous 24 March 2014 at 12:45 - Reply

    Thank you!

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