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Alice Russell - My Favourite Letters



alice russell my favourite letters
best of 2005Alice Russell - My Favourite Letters
(CD) Tru Thoughts TRU082, 2005-09-26
Co-written and produced by TM Juke

Info :
After the success of her debut album release 'Under The Munka Moon' Alice releases her solo album with all tracks produced and co-written with TM Juke. The album covers a variety of soulful music with influences from Hip-Hop, Gospel, Broken Beat, Northern Soul, Funk and Jazz with a unique 21st Century Sound.

Links :
Official website : www.alicerussell.com
MP3 : Stream (or download if u're nerdy enough) a full 90mn set of Alice Russell w/ Quantic Soul Orchestra & The Bamboos Live from The Prince in Melbourne 2005

Tracklisting :
01. Alice Russell - All Else Can Wait
02. Alice Russell - What We Want!
03. Alice Russell - Humankind
04. Alice Russell - Mean To Me
05. Alice Russell - A Fly In The Hand
06. Alice Russell - To Know This
07. Alice Russell - I'm Just Here
08. Alice Russell - Munkaroo
09. Alice Russell - All Over Now
10. Alice Russell - High Up On The Hook
11. Alice Russell - Mirror Mirror On The Wolf
12. Alice Russell - Remember To Forget
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dirk dirk ·  06 September 2005, 14:16

You can read a review here (some kind of manual trackback):
blog.jazz-not-jazz.com/ar...


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