- Buying the albums sampled on “You Can All Join In”.
Continuing remarks feature this time on the original LP notes as cited by Fred “Kermit” Dellar in November 1995 in the CD insert. We continue with his quotation from the original LP credits:
- ” “One person I have not yet mentioned is Reebop Anthony Kwaku Baah, a very proud native of Ghana [I too was born there, but it was then called “Gold Coast”]. An incredible conga drummer and one of the greatest characters I have ever met. He knocks me out in every way and everyone he meets feels the same way. It’s worth coming to see us when we are in your area (and we are sure to be at some time or other) just to see Reebop. His is an art which reaches so far back in time, that one can’t even begin to understand it the way he does. He can talk about and demonstrate for hours the numerous languages of the African native drums. Listening to him, one realises just how much his people have influenced all forms of jazz and blues. He is a truly remarkable person and a pleasure to work with.” “.
- Wow. And of course this amazing chap is clearly identifiable on the front cover photo as the only black face: