Paul McCartney: (on recording in Africa) Lately we've gone to two different places to record, just for the fun of it. We've been to Lagos and to Paris, and in both of the places they say, "Why did you come here? You've got much better studios in England or America, you must be daft!" And we say, "Well, it's just for the fun, it's just to come somewhere different for a different type of turn-on, that's all." They never really seem to be able to understand it. I think old Fela, when he found us in Lagos, thought, "Hello, why have they come to Lagos?" And the only reason he could think of was that we must be stealing black music, black African music, the Lagos sound; we'd come down there to pick it up. So I said, "Do us a favor, we do okay as it is; we're not pinching your music."