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DJ Cocoe - Ubiquity Mix - 20 Years of California Soul



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DJ Cocoe - Ubiquity Mix - 20 Years Of California Soul
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2010-03-03

Celebrating the Groove Merchant and Ubiquity 20 Year anniversary, here's a free downloadable mix by DJ Cocoe (Ubiquity/Abstract Workshop) that takes you on a musical journey through the Ubiquity catalog. This is part 1 of a 3 part mix compiled from Dj Cocoe's vinyl collection featuring his favorite Ubiquity Records gems that have been released over the last 20 years.

20 years have passed since the Groove Merchant record store opened up on Haight Street in San Francisco. It was the launch pad for 3 record labels - Ubiquity, Luv N'Haight, and CuBop. During those two decades they have released over 400 titles, alongside many seasons of California Soul inspired clothing and merchandise.

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Credits :
Selected and mixed by DJ Cocoe (myspace.com/deejaycocoe - ubiquityrecords.com)
Artwork layout by Djouls (djouls.com)
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Ben Echo Ben Echo ·  12 November 2010, 12:51

Is there a tracklist anywhere for this? I'm absolutely itching to get a couple of the records on here!


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