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The Duke and The King - Long Live The Duke and The King - out on Loose (UK) / Silva Oak (US)


The Duke and The King - Long Live The Duke and The King (CD) Silva Oak Records (US) / Loose Records (UK), 2010-09-27 The Duke & The King's debut album Nothing Gold Can Stay was one of 2009's most acclaimed albums, with its heady mix of rootsy folk-rock and vintage soul earning comparisons with artists ranging from Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young to Sly & The Family Stone. Little over a...

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The Duke and The King - Shaky (video)


The Duke and The King - Shaky Extracted from the upcoming Long Live The Duke and The King album to be released september 27th. Links : 'Long Live The Duke and The King' album info thedukeandtheking.co.uk myspace.com/dukeandtheking twitter.com/dukeandtheking myspace.com/dukeandtheking facebook.com/pages/The-Duke-and-The-King/89609158729 Watch "Shaky" on vimeo.com/14031626 Pre-order on...

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21st Century Afro Extravaganza

Grant Phabao and Djouls - 21st Century Afro Extravaganza


The Paris DJs extended family has among the most pro-active in spreading the good word about worldwide African music. Celebrating the recent releases by One Foot In Jail or Franck Biyong on our brand new Colored-Inc. label, and announcing the upcoming albums from Oghene Kologbo (thru Kraked) or Ebo Taylor (thru Strut), here's nearly 4 hours of 21st century afrojazz, afrobeat, ethio-jazz, afrofunk...

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One Foot In Jail Hard 2 Find Vol 3

One Foot In Jail - Hard 2 Find Vol.3 (CD/Digital, Colored-Inc.) sold out!


One Foot In Jail is the first venture for the Colored-Inc. label into African vibes. Blending Nigerian harmonies with American Soul or Jamaican Funk, European folk & electronics with Afrobeat, Jazz with souful reggae or deep poetry, with some hefty doses of Reggae, Psychedelia and African percussions in between, this is indeed a kind of a Afrofunk Jazz Thing, a fantastic record pushing the...

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The Duke & The King - Live in Paris, France - February 23rd !!


The Duke & The King (Usa/Loose Music) En concert à La Fleche d'Or MARDI 23 FEVRIER 2010 A 20H 102 Bis rue de Bagnolet 75020 Paris The Duke & The King are a glam-soul-folk quartet from New York featuring Simone Felice, Bobbie Bird Burke, Simi Stone and Nowell Haskins. Named after the traveling Shakespeare hustlers in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn these curious blood-brothers (and...

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The Duke and The King - Nothing Gold Can Stay


The Duke and The King - Nothing Gold Can Stay (CD) Ramseur Records (US) / Loose Records (UK), 2009-08-04 On August 4, Ramseur Records in the US and Loose Records in the UK released Nothing Gold Can Stay by The Duke & The King, an album recorded in the the coldest Catskill winter, that shimmers with the light of memory and hope. The album features ten new songs, all co-written by The Duke...

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Kologbo feat The Deacon Freedom Back

Kologbo feat. The Deacon - Freedom Back


Some of you discovered Kologbo on stage at the Afrofunk party we organized last summer with Ebo Taylor & The Poets Of Rhythm. Some others already knew he was the tenor guitar player from Fela Kuti's Afrika 70 and he now plays on stage with Tony Allen. Some of you might even have heard the Remember Fela Anikulapo Kuti album he released in 2007 with Berlin's heaviest afrobeat ensemble Afrobeat...

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The Duke & The King - In This Place We Call Our Home


The Duke & The King - In This Place We Call Our Home The Deacon (Nowell Haskins) and The King (Robert Burke) from The Duke & The King, longtime partners of Loik Dury & the Kraked family, involved in many projects from Paris DJs' 20th connection, try out a new song in the Church of Heavenly Sounds (Chiswick, England). The duo deliver a heart-rending piece of soul-folk not to be missed....

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The Duke & The King - The Morning I Get To Hell Live on BBC


The Duke & The King - The Morning I Get To Hell Live on BBC (...Later with Jools Holland)...

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