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Grant Phabao & Carlton Livingston - Could Be Bitter (Jazz Rework) (Digital Single, Paris DJs)



Grant Phabao and Carlton Livingston Could Be Bitter Jazz Rework

After so many reggae remixes of hip hop, soul, funk, pop, rock, etc., we thought "what if we tried he other way round? Let's take some of our reggae songs, put out the riddim, and build something else than reggae on the a cappella!" This is one of the resulting tracks. Carlton Livingston in a Jazz tuxedo.

Grant Phabao and Carlton Livingston Could Be Bitter Jazz Rework
Grant Phabao presents Carlton Livingston - Could Be Bitter (Jazz Rework)
(Digital Single) Paris DJs PARISDJS003-D, 2012-09-12



Grant Phabao & Carlton Livingston - Could Be Bitter (Jazz Rework) by ParisDJs

Tracklisting :
A1. Grant Phabao presents Carlton Livingston - Could Be Bitter (Jazz Rework) 6:16

Written by Carlton Livingston and composed by Fabien Préaux
Piano on track 1 by Philippe Niel
All other instruments by Grant Phabao
Artwork by Ben Hito

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Artwork by Ben Hito
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