|#||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|
|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.