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Live At The Shrine takes place in the Kuti familys hometown of Lagos at the Africa Shrine, where every Sunday Femi plays to a packed house of revelers. With music as his weapon of choice and the Africa Shrine a temple of protest song, Femi continues his fathers fight, railing against the corrupt Nigerian government and staunchly defending PanAfricanism. Capturing this experience through interviews, street scenes, and the music itself, Live At The Shrine captures the spirit, passion, and hope, of a man and a people who are fighting.
87 minute feature
Plus 46 minutes of bonus footage
Exclusive Femi Kuti interviews
Bonus live performances of "Water No Get Enemy" and "Yeparipa"
"Shotan" music video
1. Intro 0:45
2. Dem bobo 7:11
3. Oyimbo 4:15
4. I wanna be free 3:59
5. If them want to hear 7:35
6. Eho 4:45
7. 1, 2, 3, 4 4:23
8. Yeparipa 4:10
9. Cant buy me 5:37
10. Bring me the man now 6:17
11. 97 6:36
12. Intro Shotan 1:13
13. Shotan 6:07
14. Water no get enemy 5:06
I enjoyed every moment of this video, very lively, informative and full of music, loved it...A lot of people have no idea who Femi Kuti is or what he's about, but if you watch this... Read morePublished 9 months ago by LeaMarie Lucas
Nice cd, still have the vibe of the great afrobeat king FELA but good music. Would be a pretty nice gift or listeningPublished 15 months ago by Henry TuleA
Too bad all this talent was recorded so poorly.
Great music but recorded live in Afica at the Shrine....what did I expect anyway??
Great insight into the famous Africa Shrine and an extremely talented musician a must see for Afro-beat fans...makes me want to hop a plane to Nigeria to see Sunday Jump!Published 21 months ago by Lionqueen
The Shrine Auditorium in Lagos, Nigeria reminds me of the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco circa 1967 where people milled around in front of the stage and throughout the floor. Read morePublished on March 16, 2011 by Reel To Real
This is a terrible DVD! Sound sucks, footage is rough and content is depressing. Wish I could send it back.Published on August 16, 2009 by Charles D. Brossman
Want to get behind the scenes of Nigerian life in the music business? This is a great music and documentary video that you can enjoy over and over.Published on March 27, 2009 by Amir Abd Rahim