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Paris DJs Soundsystem - Afrodisco Diggin'



Paris DJs Soundsystem Afrodisco
Paris DJs Soundsystem - Afrodisco Diggin'
(MP3 Podcast on www.parisdjs.com) Kraked, 2009-07-26

An afrodiscocosmicfunk special - 100% vinyl-made.
A collection of forgotten classic of the early 80's nigerian scene.
Summer party vibes it is!

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Tracklisting :
01. Cloud 7 - Can You Do It
(from 'Keep On Tryin' album, 1977 / EMI Nigeria)
02. Ice Cream - Ice Cream Funk
(from 'Everlasting Love' album, 1980 / EMI Nigeria)
03. Tony Grey - You Are The One
(from 'Oh My Darling' album, 1982 / EMI Nigeria)
04. Orlando Julius - Disco Hi-Life
(from 'Disco Hi-Life', 19?? / Jofabro Nigeria)
05. Oby Onyioha - Enjoy Your Life
(from 'I Want To Feel Your Love' album, 1983 / Time)

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Info :
Selected and mixed by Loik (myspace.com/loikdury)
Audio mastering by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork by Djouls using the cover from Prince Nico Mbarga & Rocafil Jazz Happy Birthday album
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Djs melbourne Djs melbourne ·  27 July 2009, 15:49

I love Tony Grey's - You are the one, I'm searching for this track from a long time. Thanks for the track.


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