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Soul Source Production feat. The Bamboos - I Feel The Earth Move / on Various - Soul Source: Works



Soul Source Works
Soul Source Production feat. The Bamboos - I Feel The Earth Move
on Various - Soul Source: Works
(CD) Victor VICP-62657, JAPAN, 2004-03-24

Tracklisting : 01. Soul Source Production - Wat If...
02. Sofa King - Saturday In The Park
03. The Jackson 5 - Darling Dear (Rejuvenated by Muro Mix)
04. Lanu featuring Chiristin Deralas - Let You Glow
05. Dimitri From Paris - This Is Your Life (Soul Source Production Mix)
06. Private Kitchen Featuring Soul Source - Cavatina
07. The Jackson 5 - The Love You Save (Asakusa S.C.’01 Mix:Sunaga’t Experience)
08. Toshio Matsuura - Samba de Gilles
09. Ellen Mcllwaine - Ain't No Two Ways To It (It's Love)
10. Soul Source Production Featuring The Bamboos - I Feel The Earth Move
11. Racla - Kodo
12. Sofa King - After The Love Has Gone

Soul Source Works
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Soul Source: Works (CD Sampler) Victor, JAPAN, 2004
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