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Playlist 19/07/08

1. Freddie McGregor Strange Things [Alligator]
2. Quantic Presents Flowering Inferno Make Dub Not War (Making Dub) [Tru Thoughts]
3. Quantic Presents Flowering Inferno Cuidad Del Swing [Tru Thoughts]
4. Grooveman Spot My Mind (Big City Mix) [Jazzy Sport]
5. EPMD Let The Funk Flow [Fresh]
6. Mike L The Word For This Is Cool [First Word]
7. GangStarr Jazz Thing (Video Mix) [CBS]
8. Duke Pearson's Big Band Ground Hog [Blue Note]
9. Lack Of Afro Wait A Minute (Lack Of Afro Remix) [Record Kicks]
10. Oghene Kologbo Open Your Eyes [Quinto Quatro]
11. Kaleta & ZoZo Afro Beat Get Up [Tramp]
12. Quantic & Nikodemus Mi Swing Es Tropical (Zeb's Reggae Mix) [Candela]
13. Quantic Presents Flowering Inferno Death Of A Revolution [Tru Thoughts]
14. Derrick Morgan Sweeter Than Honey [ACI 2000]
15. ED Smith Billie Jean [ED?]
16. Family Tree Family Tree (Disco Version) [Booton]
17. Deep Sensation Harlem & 42nd (Take 3) [Deep Jazz]
18. Jazztronik Heat [Especial Promo]

Hello crew - I hope life finds you good. Yes, good to be back again after missing submission of my last show - little error on my part but hopefully I make up for it on this edition of Black & Blue.
Well, what do you get then on the show this week? All up an eclectic set from the roots / dub of Freddie McGregor, new grooves from Quantic who Presents Flowering Inferno - Classic hip hop from the likes of EPMD & Gang Starr, 60s jazz from Duke Pearson's Big Band, afro beat from Oghen Kologbo and Kaleta & ZoZo - oh I could go on, but won't. Why don't you take a listen and hear essential music, my kind of thing! Heavy Mannas styleee. ;-)
take cares
Paul Gamblin (aka Heavy Mannas)

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