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Diesler - Podcast Adventures #6




Diesler - Podcast Adventures #6 (april 2007)

Yes. April. New month. New format. We welcome the In Sound From Way Out's Stan Lee to join me and take this podcast from just tunes thrown together to tunes thrown together with people waffling in between... and now that we talk on this podcast we can do shoutouts... do you want one?? Course you do!! Hit me up at dieslermusic.com and I'll 'shout you a holla...' as we say on the mean streets of Burnley. Cheers!

Tracklisting :
01. The Sea - I Enclose A Gift (Music Releated)
02. Skymark - I Can't Understand It (Bonjazz)
03. Jazz Invaders - Bonga Bonga Jazz (Social Beats)
04. The Bamboos - Head In The Clouds (Tru Thoughts)
05. Jazzanova - Theme From Belle Et Fou - The Opening (Sonar Kollectiv)
06. Fat Freddie's Drop - Ray Ray [Slope Remix] (Sonar Kollectiv)
07. Lyric L - Ohh, U & I [Phil Asher Remix] (Altered Vibes)

Links :
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Official Site : dieslermusic.com
Diesler on MySpace : myspace.com/diesler
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