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Citizen Dale - Platters That Matters Vol.2 - Jail Breaks!



Citizen Dale Platters That Matters Vol 2
Citizen Dale - Platters That Matters Vol.2 - Jail Breaks!
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2010-03-14

This sophomore episode of Platters that Matters comes complete with all the excitement of an adrenaline fueled prison break! Featuring funky tracks that are old, new and everything in-between. Break-out & bust-out to this mix, and see if you can identify the prison flicks sampled throughout! Now get-up on gettin' down!

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Tracklisting :
01. Curtis Mayfield - Doo Doo Wop is Strong in Here
(from 'Short Eyes' soundtrack / Curtom)
02. Jive Turkeys - B.A.
(from 7 inch / Colemine Records)
03. The Rimshots - Now is the Time
(from 'Down to Earth' album / Stang)
04. Grupo Los Yoyi - Tu No Me Puedes Conquistar
(from 'Revolucion! Original Cuban Funk Grooves 1967-1978' compilation / Freestyle Records)
05. Souljazz Orchestra - Negus Negast
(from 'Rising Sun' album / Strut)
06. Harlem River Drive - Idle Hands
(from 'Harlem River Drive feat. Eddie Palmieri' album / Roulette)
07. Michael Leonhart & The Avramina 7 - Scopolamine
(from 7 inch / Truth & Soul Records)

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Selected and mixed by Citizen Dale
Artwork by Djouls (djouls.com)
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Sven Sven ·  16 March 2010, 05:55

Good tunes - how great is that Grupo Los Yoyi track? Why didn't that Cuban compile of 7 Samurai's on Freestyle get more attention? Luv from the Antipodes.


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