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Various - Jazz & Milk Breaks Vol. 2



Various Jazz and Milk Breaks Vol 2
Various - Jazz & Milk Breaks Vol. 2
(12") Jazz & Milk JM005, 2008-02-29

Various Jazz and Milk Breaks Vol 2
Various - Jazz & Milk Breaks Vol. 2
(12") Jazz & Milk JM005, 2008-02-29

Tracklisting :
A1. Mocean Worker – Shamma Lamma Ding Dong
A2. Blank Zulu – Mellow Magic
A3. Free The Robots - Session Two
B1. Vono Box - Pepita
B2. Pharoah Roche – Swing A Right Hook
B3. Energie Du Verre – Rockin’ Habanera

Links :
myspace.com/mowomoceanworker
moceanworker.com
myspace.com/mrmyland (Zdenko alias Blank Zulu)
myspace.com/themalcouns (Zdenko alias Blank Zulu)
myspace.com/freetherobots
myspace.com/vonobox
myspace.com/pharoahroche
myspace.com/proxysoenergieduverreund
energie-du-verre.com
jazzandmilk.com
myspace.com/jazzandmilk
our-distribution.com

Press Release :
Once again, several creative artists are brought together by the label from Munich. Six Jazz and Funk influenced tracks - each and every one presented in its own and different way - no matter what style or tempo! If you dig the Jazz&Milk sound then this record includes everything you need in your record bag: afro-funk, downtempo, electronic beats and classic jazzbreaks. Find a template in the sleeve and build your own milk carton!
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