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Kon & Amir - The What The Funk Mix (part 2)



Kon and Amir What The Funk Mix Part 2
Kon & Amir - What The Funk Mix (Part 2)
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2010-01-19

The famous DJs and beatdiggers Kon & Amir (Wax Poetics/BBE) will come to play at the What The Funk party organized by your best friends Soulist and Freeworker (and the crew of course). It'll be next Saturday (January 23) at the Nouveau Casino. We'll sure be there and hope you'll come too!! As a taster here's a 40mn old school latin mix especially cooked up for the occasion by Kon & Amir to celebrate this upcoming party. Enjoy!

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Credits :
Selected and mixed by Kon & Amir (myspace.com/myspace.com/konandamir)
Artwork layout by Djouls (djouls.com)
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sly73 sly73 ·  19 January 2010, 11:59

From which record come the cover of Get up Stand up they end the mix with?
is there some knowledge out there?
;-)

victor kiswell victor kiswell ·  19 January 2010, 13:04

it's malcolm's locks' version, produced by peter herbolzheimer

sly73 sly73 ·  20 January 2010, 11:03

kiswell is the Dude! Bravo


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