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Loik - Soul Cure



Loik Soul Cure
Loik - Soul Cure
(MP3 Podcast on ParisDJs.com) Kraked, 2006-10-26

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Tracklisting :
01. James Last - Sing A Simple Song
(from 'Voodoo Party' LP, 1973 / Polydor)
02. The Power Pack - Soul Searchin'
(from 'Soul Cure' LP, 1969 / Polydor)
03. Charles Wright - You're The One For Me
(from 'Doin What Comes Naturally' LP, 1973 / Abc)
04. Odell Brown - Free Delivery
(from 'Free Delivery' LP, 1970 / Cadet)
05. Bill Cosby - Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
(from 'Hooray For The Salvation Army' LP, 1968 / Reprise)
06. Muddy Waters - I'm A Man
(from 'Electric Mud' LP, 1968 / Cadet Concept)
07. The Black Diamonds - Let's All Mix Together
(from 'A Tribute To Jimi Hendrix' LP, 1971 / Alshire)
08. The Rubber Band - All Along The Watchtower
(from 'Hendrix Songbook' LP, 1969 / GRT)

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Info :
Selected and mixed by Loik (Kraked)
Artwork borrowed from The Power Pack album that gave its name to this show (cf. tracklisting).
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Arnaud Arnaud ·  27 October 2006, 06:06

Trop bon trop fort !

Jazee Jazee ·  30 October 2006, 21:19

Yea. En plus dimanche t'as eu les honneurs sur Couleur 3…
alors hein.

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