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Tropical Warehouse Mix con Hugo Mendez y Frankie Francis



Sofrito Tropical Warehouse Mix
Tropical Warehouse Mix con Hugo Mendez y Frankie Francis (Sofrito)
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2010-02-25

In anticipation of the upcoming event on the 6th March with Quantic in London, here is another dose of sounds from the Tropical Warehouse selected by Hugo Mendez and Frankie Francis! Taking in rhythms from Colombia, Benin, Trinidad, Angola as well as an exclusive track from Quantic's Sonido del Valle project...

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Tracklisting :
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Credits :
Selected and mixed by Hugo Mendez and Frankie Francis (sofrito.co.uk)
Artwork layout by Djouls (djouls.com) stealing from a Henri Guedon LP

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stouf stouf ·  06 March 2010, 14:09

Pleaz... the tracklist! Pleaz...

heapdhonerecord nathalie heapdhonerecord nathalie ·  09 March 2010, 17:43

This mix is so fantastic. I think it is my favorite Paris DJ mix so far. Merci!

G-Funk G-Funk ·  19 March 2010, 14:12

A tracklist would be fantastic for this mix! Love it.

Failing a track list what is the calypso tune from around 7 mins in?? Got to get that into my next set!

Nice work keep groovin on.

G


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