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Babaliah Loves Tumbele



Sofrito Tropical Warehouse Mix
Babaliah Loves Tumbélé
Gwoka, Buiguine, Compas, Funk and Disco from the 'French' West Indies
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2010-03-14

Disco from the 'French' West Indies
A fresh tropical mix by Babaliah from Palmwine Records in Lyon (France), showing the explosive diversity of groovy rhythms from Haiti, Guadeloupe and Martinique... For hot & wet caribeean dancefloors only! The Palmwine Sound System will be spinning this kind of music at their Palmwine Party in Paris (April 3rd), Villeurbanne (April 6th and May 8th) and Lyon with Hugo Mendez (April 10th). Complete info available on palmwinerecords.com.

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Tracklisting :
01. Loulou Boislaville - Zip Zap Zabap
02. Alphonso et son Orchestre - Ti Mulet
03. Loulou Boislaville - Ce Biguine
04. Alphonso et son Orchestre - Guep La
05. Robert Mavounsy - Guadeloupe En Nous
06. Ti Emile - Chaud I Chaud
07. Weber Sicot - Importance Musique
08. Les Vickings de la Martinique - Déposez les armes
09. Tabou Combo - New York City part 1
10. Tabou Combo - New York City part 2
11. Henri Guédon con la Contesta - Carnaval Nou
12. DP Express - DP Disco
13. Exile One - Fism
14. Exile One - Instant Funk
15. La Selecta - Rat-ce-ta-man
16. Sartana et son Groupe Mistral - Problem en Nou
17. Exile One - Move Mama Move

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Credits :
Selected and mixed by Babaliah (myspace.com/babaliah - palmwinerecords.com)
Artwork by Djouls (djouls.com)
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