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Abdul Lasisi Amao

A founding person in Osibisa, Abdul Lasisi Amao helped provide the London-based band’s interesting design of Afro-pop and funk fusion towards the international stage. His state-of-the-art work, nevertheless, was the record Aiye — Keta, documented in 1973 with Remi Kabaka on piano, drums, conga, tempo electric guitar, Moog drum, and vocals; and Stevie Winwood (who was simply recuperating from a sickness that had led to a protracted hiatus from Visitors) on keyboards, electric guitar, and vocals. Amao and Kabaka acquired previously collaborated as associates of Ginger Baker’s short-lived Afro-Anglo music group, Air Force. However the album, that was acknowledged to UNDER-DEVELOPED, included the now-classic tune “Happy Vibe,” the trio disbanded immediately after it was documented. While Winwood continued to continuing stardom with Visitors so that as a solo musician, Amao and Kabaka faded into obscurity.

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