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Digger's Digest - Les Doigts Sales Vol.2



Diggers Digest
Digger's Digest - Les Doigts Sales Vol.2
(MP3 Podcast on ParisDJs.com) 2007-06-28

Info :
Monsieur Ash and one of his record collector friends have contacted us offering this "Jerk 45" selection for Paris DJs. Their mix is a pot-pourri of French and European 70s sounds that they digged during the year 2005, with a lot of editing, cut'n'paste-style. This is the second part of the mix. The first part is still available...

Tracklisting :
We're sorry there's no tracklisting, as "there are way too many records played in this mix to list them all"...

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Links :
diggersdigest.com (rare records for sale in many styles)

Info :
Selected and mixed by Monsieur Ash (myspace.com/monsieur_ash) and Le Drum Beat (myspace.com/ledrumbeat)
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