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Manu Boubli - Every One Is A DJ?

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Manu Boubli - Every One Is A DJ ?
(MP3 radioshow on 2007-02

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Tracklisting :
01. Beatfanatic - Outro–Jazz
(from Raw Fusion LP)
02. Collage Ensemble - Come Ye Dreams
(from Melodiya LP)
03. Neptune Alpha Massive - Are The Stars
(from Further Out 12")
04. Weldon Irvine - Music Is The Key
(from RCA LP)
05. David Murrey Feat. Pharoa Sanders - Gwotet (Rare Moods Re-Work)
(from Mind CD)
06. Nikki Giovanni - Their Fathers
(from Folkways LP)
07. Jean Grae - Keep Livin'
(from Okayplayer LP)
08. Sound Providers - Night Steps
(from ABB LP)
09. Harold Dumont - It Don't Mean A Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing
(from Cleemo LP)
10. J Star - No Diggity
(from J Star 7")
11. Bumps Jackson - Funky In Jamaica Pt. 2
(from Alatac 7")
12. Earl Zinger - Attack Of The DJ's
(from K7! LP)
13. 12th Floor - Don't This Blow Your Mind
(from Raw Fusion 12")
14. Outlines - A Matter Of Time
(from Talkin' Loud LP)
15. Joanne Grauer - Frog Child
(from Avar LP)
16. Freedom Singers - Dogs
(from Mercury LP)
17. The JB's - Use Me
(from Polydor France 7")
18. Fred Weslay & The Jb's - Everybody Got Soul
(from From People 7")
19. Afrikan Liberation Art Ensemble Haki Madubati - Walk The Way Of The New World
(from Rise LP)


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