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Tony Allen and Hypnotic Brass Ensemble - Live at Cargo



Alyo Flipside
Tony Allen & the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble - Live at Cargo, London
(Jan 29th, 2009)

Stream the show on Red Bull Music Academy Radio: rbmaradio.com

Alyo Flipside
Tony Allen & the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble - Live at Cargo, London
(Jan 29th, 2009)

Tracklisting :
Sorry no info. An MP3 recorded from the radio stream circulates. It's called "Highlights featuring Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, Baaba Maal, Ty, Natty & Deli Sosimi - Ripped from audio source at RBMA Radio".

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myspace.com/hypnoticbusiness
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Alyo Flipside

Info about the show :
Red Bull Music Academy Radio & Karen P's Broadcasting presents
Tony Allen & Hypnotic Brass Ensemble
Plus very special guests & support from Elmore Judd, DJs Karen P & Malcolm Catto
Thurs 29th January 2009
Cargo. 83 Rivington St. Shoreditch. London EC2.
www.cargo-london.com

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