Rebop Kwaku Baah

Anthony Kwaku Baah

Also known as "Rebop" Kwaku Baah, "Reebop" Kwaka Baah, "Reebop" Kwaku Baah, 'Rebop' Kwaku Baah, 'Reebop' Kwaku Baah, A. K. Baah, A.K. Baah, Anthony "Rebop" Kwaku Baah, Anthony "Reebop" Kwaku Baah, Anthony "Reebop" Kwaku Bah, Anthony 'Reebop' Kwaku Bah, Anthony Kwaku Bah, Anthony Reebop Kwaku Baah, Baah, Kwaku Baa "Rebop", Kwaku Baah, Rebob Kwaku Ba, Rebop, Rebop Kwaku Ba, Rebop Kwaku Bah, Rebop Kwakubah, Reebob Kwaku Baah, Reebop, Reebop Kwaku Baah, Reebop (Kwaku Baah), Reebop Kawku Baah, Reebop Kwaku Baah, Reebop Kwakuba, Reebop Kwakubaah, Reebop Kwakubah, Reebop Kwakuh Baah, Zerlett
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Discography of Rebop Kwaku Baah:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Welcome To The Canteen 6 Audio 1984 Island Records
2 Melodies In A Jungle Mans Head 17 Audio 1989
3 Welcome To The Canteen 6 Audio 1971 Island Records
4 Trance 5 Audio 1977 Island Records
5 Anthony 'Reebop' Kwaku Bah 6 Audio 1973 Philips
6 Welcome To The Canteen 6 Audio Island Records
7 Melodies In A Jungle Mans Head 11 Audio 1989
8 Gimme Some Lovin' 2 Audio 1971 Island Records
9 Welcome To The Canteen 6 Audio 1971 Island Records
10 Welcome To The Canteen 6 Audio 1989
11 Gimme Some Lovin' 2 Audio 1971 Island Records
12 Welcome To The Canteen 6 Audio
13 Welcome To The Canteen 6 Audio Island Records
14 Welcome To The Canteen 6 Audio Island Records


Ghanaian percussionist (born 13 February 1944 in Konongo; died 12 January 1983 in Stockholm), best known for working with the 1970s rock groups Traffic and Can.

The "Rebop" part of his name (sometimed spelled "Reebop") was given to him by [a=Dizzy Gillespie]; he was also known as Remi Kabaka.


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