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VA - Jazz & Milk Breaks Vol. 1



Various Jazz and Milk Breaks
Various - Jazz & Milk Breaks Vol. 1
(12") Jazz & Milk JM002, 2006-09-01

Various Jazz and Milk Breaks
Various - Jazz & Milk Breaks Vol. 1
(12") Jazz & Milk JM002, 2006-09-01

Tracklisting :
A1. Free The Robots - Jazzhole
A2. Mr Chop - Snob
A3. Romanowski - Flagranti
B1. Proxy - The Art Of Leisure
B2. Dusty - Explosion

Links :
myspace.com/freetherobots
freetherobots.com
myspace.com/mrchopchop
apestudios.com
myspace.com/romanowski45
romanowski45.com
myspace.com/proxysound
proxysound.com
myspace.com/dusty45
jazzandmilk.com
myspace.com/jazzandmilk
our-distribution.com

Press Release :
Jazz&Milk presents a new EP series called "Jazz & Milk Breaks". Various artists come together to join an experimental playground for jazz and funk influenced sounds – no matter what style or tempo! A gripping fusion of melodic elements and heavy breakbeats – taste it!
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mr francois mr francois ·  21 March 2007, 09:54

i love it..........really party tracks....


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