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Anthony "Rebop" Kwaku Baah (13 February 1944 – 12 January 1983) was a Ghanaian percussionist who worked with the 1970s rock groups Traffic and Can. Baah was born on 13 February 1944, in Konongo, Ghana. In 1969, Baah performed on Randy Weston's album African Rhythms. He then joined the English band Traffic in 1971, having met them in Sweden during a tour

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 Dizzy Gillespie.

In 1969, Rebop performed on Randy Weston's album African Rhythms Following that, he played in the English band Traffic from 1971 to 1974, having met them in Sweden during a tour in 1971 He appeared on the albums Welcome to the Canteen, The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys, Shoot Out at the Fantasy Factory, On the Road and When the Eagle. Flies He worked with Nick Drake in 1969 on the song "Three Hours" posthumously released in 2004 on the compilation album Made to Love Magic.

Baah performing with Traffic in 1973, Musikhalle Hamburg. Anthony "Rebop" Kwaku Baah (13 February 1944 – 12 January 1983) was a Ghanaian percussionist perhaps best known for working with the 1970s rock groups Traffic and Can. YouTube Encyclopedic. In 1969, Rebop performed on Randy Weston's album African Rhythms. Following that, he played in the English band Traffic from 1971 to 1974, having met them in Sweden during a tour in 1971. He appeared on the albums Welcome to the Canteen, The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys, Shoot Out at the Fantasy Factory, On the Road and When the Eagle Flies

Biography by Craig Harris. The rhythms of Nigeria were brought to British rock by Anthony "Reebop" Kwaku Baah. A member of Traffic during the early '70s, Baah became the only non-founding member with the grou. ead Full Biography.

Nom Anthony Kwaku Baah Naissance 13 février 1944 Konongo (Ghana) Décès 12 janvier 1983 Stockholm (Suède) Instruments Percussions Années d activité. Après le split de Traffic en 1974, il joue sur le premier album de Steve Winwood en 1977, puis rejoint, en compagnie du bassiste Rosko Gee, le groupe de Krautrock Can, avec qui il jouera jusqu'à la séparation des musiciens en 1979. Baah - may refer to: Rebop Kwaku Baah (), Ghanaian Swedish musician Kwame Baah (born 1938), Ghanaian soldier and government official.

Reebop " Kwaku Baah became known when he helped Randy Weston's African Rhythms album in 1969. He received the name " Rebop " by Dizzy Gillespie. He then worked from 1971 to 1974 with the English band Traffic, whom he had met in 1971 during a tour through Sweden. He participated in the albums Welcome to the Canteen, The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys, Shoot Out at the Fantasy Factory and On the Road. Background information. In 1983 Baah recorded an album with Zahara. Baah died of a cerebral hemorrhage during a performance in Sweden in 1983, where he was on tour with Jimmy Cliff Discography. 1973 Anthony Reebop Kwaku Baah. 1983 Melodies in a Jungle Man's Head.

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