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Loik - Swing Your Life



Loik Swing Your Life
Loik - Swing Your Life
(MP3 Podcast on ParisDJs.com) Kraked, 2006-05-23

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Tracklisting :
01. Port Authority - Hangin (Us navy Band)
(from 'Port Authority' US Navy-recruitment promo LP, 1971 / United States Navy)
02. Oscar Brown Jr - Mr Kicks
(from 'Between Heaven and Hell' LP, 1962 / Columbia)
03. Julie Driscoll & Brian Auger and Trinity - Black Cat
(from 'Open' LP, 1968 / Atco)
04. Mel Brown - Blues For Me
(from 'Blues For We' LP, 1969 / Impulse)
05. Barry De Vorzon & Perry Botkin Jr - The Riot
(from 'R.P.M.', 1970 / Bell)
06. The Quartette Trés Bien - Ain't Necessarily So
(from 'In Motion' LP, 1967 / Decca)
07. Gerald Wilson Orchestra - Equinox
(from 'Eternal Equinox' LP, 1969 / World Pacific Jazz)
08. Soulful Strings - Chocolate Candy
(from 'String Fever' LP, 1969 / Cadet)
09. Laurindo Almeida & Ray Brown - Brazilian Greens
(from 'Bach Ground Blues & Green' LP, 1970 / Century City)

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who cares ? who cares ? ·  20 January 2007, 17:57

An excellent selection. Thank you !

aurelien aurelien ·  20 October 2008, 07:47

Encore une fois que du bon !!!!!!!


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