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Paris DJs - We Like It Old School - 2 new releases!!



Paris DJs We Like It Old School
2 new singles!!

"we released two new 45s"!
"you don't say '45' anymore it's CDs you know..."
"no, no, I mean it, real 45s, 7 inches!!"

Paris DJs We Like It Old School
Paris DJs - We Like It Old School

Info :
The T.I.M.E.C. label from Captain Detendu, Grant Phabao & Djouls has just released a strictly limited edition 7 inch, pressed in Jamaica (300 copies only!).

It's a cover of Peggy Lee's classic, "Fever", with an exclusive dub version on the b-side. Legendary Jamaican deejay The Lone Ranger is toasting and singing while french dubmeister Grant Phabao handles the production things (with Guillaume Méténier from Seven Dub and Soul Sugar on additional keyboards and Nélo from Professor Oz Microlive Band on backing vocals).

It's available here on Paris DJs in MP3 format for free - or you can try and grab a 45 at Betino's or Le Silence de la Rue in Paris... Since all T.I.M.E.C. records are self-released and self-distributed, contact us if in need.

As a bonus we've also put up a bootleg that we've received, mashing a Stevie acapella with a Grant Phabao riddim.

Links :
GRANT PHABAO presents THE LONE RANGER - Fever
STEVIE WONDER vs GRANT PHABAO - Uptight
Djouls

Djouls

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