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The Whitefield Brothers - In The Raw 2009



The Whitefield Brothers In The Raw
The Whitefield Brothers - In The Raw
(CD/2xLP) Now Again Records NA5039, 2009-03-10

PS: Whitefield Brothers = Poets Of Rhythm = Karl Hector & The Malcouns etc. ;)

The Whitefield Brothers In The Raw
The Whitefield Brothers - In The Raw
(CD/2xLP) Now Again Records NA5039, 2009-03-10

Tracklisting :
01. Rampage
02. Chokin'
03. Weiya (Serengeti Beat)
04. In The Raw
05. Prowlin'
06. Yakuba
07. Weiya
08. Witch-Jam
09. Eji
10. Sol Walk
11. Thunderbird
12. Buster

Links :
myspace.com/thepoetsofrhythm (unofficial)
myspace.com/themalcouns
stonesthrow.com/nowagain
myspace.com/nowagainrecords
stonesthrow.com/store/album/whitefieldbrothers/in-the-raw

Info :
Poets of Rhythm founding members first crucial piece of the funk spectrum recorded as The Whitefield Brothers. A wear-your heart-on-your-sleeve, hypnotic, defiantly psychedelic funk album that is as modern as it is grounded in the great musical traditions from both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.
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