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Doctor L and Manu Boubli - Mind Radio Show #3



doctor l manu boubli mind radio show 3
Doctor L & Manu Boubli - Mind Radio Show #3
(MP3 Podcast on ParisDJs.com) Mind Service, 2006-02-11

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Tracklisting :
01. Poetry Introduction
02. Not Your Frequency - Opening To Nature
(from 'Communication By Transfusion', 2006 / Mind)
03. Ken Nordine - Outer Space Interlude
(from 'Son Of Word Jazz', 1958 / DOT)
04. Don Cherry - Brown Rice
(from 'Brown Rice', 1976 / Horizon)
05. Not Your Frequency feat Clip Payne - What's Da Question
(from 'Communication By Transfusion', 2006 / Mind)
06. Revolutionnary Poetry Interlude by Angela Davis
07. Doctor L - Labyrinth
(from 'Monkey Dizzyness', 2003 / Fat)
08. Henry Mancini - The Sounds Of Hatari
(from 'Hatari OST', 1962 / RCA Victor)
09. Rare Moods feat Timothy Leary - A Bad Trip
(from 'Peace In Da Neighborhood', 2004 / Comet)
10. Revolutionnary Poetry Interlude by H Rap Brown
11. Sarah Webster Fabio - Juju For: Grandma
(from 'Jujus Alchemy Of The Blues', 1976 / Folkways)
12. Horns Interlude By Doug Carn

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Info :
Selected and mixed by Doctor L (Mind) & Manu Boubli (Comet)
Artwork by Doctor L
Mind Records
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Some1 Some1 ·  12 February 2006, 07:20

What a beautiful set.... very intriguing and original.

Jacco Jacco ·  07 March 2006, 17:58

wow great stuff!

Matt Matt ·  07 April 2006, 07:24

A stimulating and intriguing, and best of all, enjoyable listen! Where can I buy Not Your Frequency record??

manu boubli manu boubli ·  23 July 2006, 14:17

Hi Matt,

Sorry for so late answer! Not Your Frequency should be available on all good websites so check Juno, Dusty Groove or Nocturne!

Peace and thanks for your comment!

Peace

Manu


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