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Analog Africa - Selection Vol.2




Analog Africa Selection 2
Analog Africa - Selection Vol.2
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) Analog Africa, 2008-11-20

RARE AFRO MUSIC!!
We are celebrating the Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou CD/2xLP release on the Analog Africa label with a new exclusive mix by its founder Samy Ben Redjeb...
The first volume was one the best mixes we've ever put online so don't hesitate with this new one!

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Tracklisting :
sorry no tracklist on this one

Info :
This mix is offered in collaboration with analogafrica.blogpsot.com. Don't pass out on their new release "Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou - Volume One - The Vodoun Effect 1973-1975 - Funk & Sato from Benin's Obscure Labels"!!

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Credits :
Selected and mixed by Analog Africa (analogafrica.blogpsot.com | myspace.com/analogafrica)
Thanks again to Samy for his great label and for this cool new mix.
Djouls

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jonus jonus ·  02 December 2008, 11:21

cheers djouls ... i've been eagerly awaiting the second installment in this series ... awesome

slackman slackman ·  07 February 2009, 14:46

hello djouls,
where can i find the mastered version of vol.1 analog africa mix?
thanx,
arno


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