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Paris DJs Soundsystem - African Soul Music



Paris DJs Soundsystem African Soul Music
Paris DJs Soundsystem - African Soul Music
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2009-11-15

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Tracklisting :
01. Pax Nicholas and the Nettey Family - Ata Onukpa
(from Daptone LP 2009 reissue)
02. Nkengas - Nkenga Special
(from LP 'Destruction' Tackle records 197?)
03. Mapp Brown - Murry Hup
(from 45t Sonafric 197? Cameroun)
04. Compaoré Issouf - Dambakalé
(from Sacodisc Cote d'Ivoire 1980)
05. The Black Hustlers - Hospital
(from Eboni Records Togo 197?)
06. Christy Essien - Rumours
(from Lp 'Give me a chance' 1981 Afrodesia Nigeria)
07. Doty Gouock - Wouck
(from Musique mondiale Cote d'ivoire 197?)

Note : 100% made from original vinyls!

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Credits :

Selected and mixed by Loik from the Paris DJs Soundsystem (parisdjs.com)
Audio mastering by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork by Djouls (djouls.com)
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