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Playlist 23/11/06

1. Owusu & Hannibal Blue Jay [Ubiquity]
2. Opolopo feat Ed Blak Trips To The Moon [cdr]
3. Hi Tek Can We Go Back? Feat Talib Kweli & Ayak [Babygrande]
4. Mr International Passport Original Survival Kit [cdr]
5. Afronaught Transcend Me (Restless Soul Dub) [cdr]
6. Solaa Soulution feat. Cherie Mathieson (Recloose Remix) [Solaa*]
7. Ubiquity Midnight After Dark [Elektra]
8. Democustico Grito (Seiji's East Mental Dub) [Far Out]
9. Aloe Blacc What Now [Stones Throw]
10. Tamille Rogeon Segovia Bossa [cdr*]
11. Prince Nafa & His Polynesians Tongan Steel [cdr*]
12. Sleepy Brown One of dem nights [Virgin]
* denotes NZ/Australian release

Owusu and Hannibal's killer long player "Living With..." is out on Ubiquity and getting heavy play around my place... Opolopo serves up another tune just in time for the show and this time on a down-tempo soul tip - can this guy get any fresher????... Myspace action in the form of Mr International Passport's
shuffling"Original Survival Kit" and Phlash flipping up Afronaughts "Transcend Me" for a Co-Op killer.
Also on the West-London flavour: Seiji remixing Democustico for Farout and pushing the boundaries of his Style + Roy Ayers produced Ubiquity show where it all began... Melbourne 2006 Redbull Music Academy participants Dave Wright and Aloe Blacc flex with Wright's Solaa project remixed by now NZ resident Recloose, then Aloe on a deeeeeep Afro-soul tip for Stones Throw...Melbourne producer/violinist and all-round good guy Tamille Rogeon serves up "Segovia Bossa" featuring some of his hometowns finest musicians...

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