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The Herbaliser - Amores Bongo / Carry On Bongos



The Herbaliser Amores BongoThe Herbaliser Amores Bongo
The Herbaliser - Amores Bongo / Carry On Bongos
(7") Skyline Recordings SL45006, 2007-11-29

Tracklisting :
A1. Amores Bongo
B1. Carry On Bongos

Links :
herbaliser.com
myspace.com/theherbz
myspace.com/sklrecordings

Press Release :
Welcome to the Sixth release for Skyline recordings

This time we have a great track from the UK's funkyest hip hop band The Herbaliser Jake Wherry & Ollie Teeba. This is your one off chance to get this super heavy track on 45RPM vinyl.

DON'T MISS OUT! A MUST FOR ALL DJ'S AND COLLECTORS

The A side is "Amores Bongo" This is a fulltastic expolsion of Herbalism, fat beats with fantasic super dancing horns by Ralph Lamb & Andy Ross from The Easy Access Orchestra and guitar riffs Simon picton. Not forgetting a head nodding heavy weight drums break for all you b-boyz to top it off with. The flip "Carry On Bongo" Is a different mix that brings the tune bang up to date with Ollie Teeba on the scratch with some great vocal cuts. Both mixes are twisted to maximum on the funk dial, just for you!

Great for any dancefloors and all collectors.

Keep watching and listening for the next SKYLINE RECORDINGS release coming soon.
Djouls

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