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The Ashanti's - Everybody Move (Mischief Brew re-edit)



Mischief Brew
The Ashanti's - Everybody Move (Mischief Brew re-edit)
(one-sided 12") Mischief Brew MB007, 2006-12-25

Tracklisting :
A1. The Ashanti's - Everybody Move (Mischief Brew re-edit)

Link :
mischiefbrew.co.uk

Press Release :
"Everybody Move" is Mischief Brew's seventh release. Sticking to their formula of singling out tracks not just for their individual qualities, such as a prominent break, riff or vocal, but also on the value and recognition they think the track deserves. "Everybody Move" is taken from the Ghanaian funk and soul afro-beat group The Ashanti's. "Everybody Move" is a bright, sunny dance track, characterized by a deep extended groove, driven by electric guitars, keyboards, bass, drums, hand percussion and punctuated with crisp horn blasts.
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