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Bastard Jazz and BrooklynRadio.net present BKLYN: Heavy Sounds From The County Of Kings



Bklyn Heavy Sounds From The County Of Kings
Bastard Jazz and BrooklynRadio.net present BKLYN: Heavy Sounds From The County Of Kings
(CD/MP3) Bastard Jazz, 2009-01-20

Bklyn Heavy Sounds From The County Of Kings
Bastard Jazz and BrooklynRadio.net present BKLYN: Heavy Sounds From The County Of Kings
(CD/MP3) Bastard Jazz, 2009-01-20

Tracklisting :
01. Make The Road By Walking - Menahan Street Band 2:59
02. Yeah Yeah Yeah - Unaio Black 3:05
03. Bonita - The Pimps Of Joytime 7:47
04. Speakin Nuyorican - Captain Planet 3:29
05. Conmigo - Nickodemus Feat Sammy Ayala 4:25
06. Run Riot - Midnight Lab Band 6:57
07. Jeje Laiye - Akoya Afrobeat Feat. Cedric "im" Brooks 12:53
08. Vidambana (Chico Mann Remix) - Dj DRM 5:13
09. How Long Do I Have To Wait (Ticklah Remix) - Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings 5:41
10. Our Father, Our King - Subatomic Sound System 3:33
11. Lovely Chimps - Chimp Beams 5:13
12. Wargames - Apeanaut 4:01

Links :
bastardjazz.com
myspace.com/bastardjazz
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