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Mombasa - African Rhythm & Blues Remixes



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Mombasa - African Rhythm & Blues Remixes
(12") Spiegelei/Sonorama SONOL21, 2007-04-30

Tracklisting :
A1. Massai (Dr Rubberfunk resplice)
A2. Massai (feat MC Glittershine - Matt Flores refix)
A3. Holz (Bird rewhistle)
B1. Kenia (Curv's Mainland edit)
B2. Shango (Palmreaders relecture)
B3. Massai (Dr Rubberfunk B-Boy bonus beats)

Links :
myspace.com/sonoramarecords

Press Release :
Remixes from Lou Blackburn's classic Mombasa album of the 70s -- all of them respectfully funky towards the originals! Things here never get too abstract or too contemporary to lose the spirit of the classics -- and although some of the tracks are heavily remixed, they're still filled with plenty of elements of the original songs -- especially the basslines, horns, and percussion. Titles include "Kenia (Curv's mainland edit)", "Shango (Palmreaders re-lecture)", "Massai (Dr Rubberfunk re-splice", "Holz (Bird re-whistle)", and "Massai (Matt Flores refix with MC Glittershine)".
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