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Analog Africa - Selection Vol.1



Analog Africa
Analog Africa - Selection Vol.1
(MP3 Podcast on ParisDJs.com) Analog Africa, 2008-03-16

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Tracklisting :
sorry no tracklist on this one

Info :
This mix is offered in collaboration with analogafrica.blogpsot.com.
It features quite a few extracts from the superb compilation to be released this week on GrooveAttack - African Scream Contest - Raw & Psychedelic Afro Sounds from Benin & Togo 70s.

African Scream Contest

It's the third release from the excellent Analog Africa label after the Green Harrows and the Hallelujah Chicken Run Band.

Complete info is available on www.djouls.com

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Credits :
Selected and mixed by Analog Africa (analogafrica.blogpsot.com)
Thanks to Samy for this great mix and running such a dedicated label.
Djouls

Djouls

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soraya soraya ·  30 March 2008, 17:42

j'aimerais acheter cet excellent album da analog africa ou puis me le procurer? merçi de me répondre rapidement car c'est pour un cadeau d'anniversaire!


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