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- - Akasha - Southern Fried Funk & Soul (CD, Album)

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  1. Mezigor
    24.09.2019
    A budget-priced collection of relatively obscure, late 20th century funk, soul, jazz, R&B and soul tunes from the States. Funk Soul Brothers ploughs the same furrow as Music Club's fairly well-liked compilation of Stone Cold modikustugoredianadar.xyzinfout tracks are: Aaron Neville's 'Hercules'; Curtis Mayfield's 'Freddie's Dead'; S.O.U.L.'s 'Soul Part 1 & 2'; Jimmy McGriff's 'The Bird', and Bobby Womack /5(11).

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  2. Mataur
    23.09.2019
    Artist: Various Artists Title: Funky Southern Soul Year Of Release: Label: Warner Music Genre: Soul, Funk, R&B Quality: Mp3 kbps / FLAC (tracks) Total Time: min Total Size: / MB WebSite: Album Preview.

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  3. Kajihn
    19.09.2019
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Southern Fried Funk - Various Artists on AllMusic -

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  4. Moogushura
    18.09.2019
    Akasha is the third album by American composer Bill Laswell to be issued under the moniker Divination. It was released on March 28, , by Subharmonic. Track CD: SD References External links. Akasha at Discogs (list of releases) Akasha at Bandcamp.

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  5. Fenrilkree
    23.09.2019
    Recommended Akasha Big Plastica Buffs your Team (!) Suzie Crit g Grutins Grutins appear and join in the fight Rita inflicts damage on enemies and draws them in. Recommendation: Rank 1 Deft Flames pipe damage to your summoned ninja. Hel & Selene Heal team and paralyse enemies.

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  6. Moogutaur
    24.09.2019
    The Ultimate Soul And Funk Music Site. The Ultimate Soul And Funk Music Database. Here you can find information on your favourite 70s, 80s, 90s artist Luxury Soul Info Buy Listen Party Lights - More Of The Best (cd Stone Jam) Info Buy Listen A Tribute To Curtis Mayfield.

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  7. Faugami
    17.09.2019
    Much like Byyrth, whose vocalist Lord II guests on a track on his debut album Consuming the Soul, Akasha has a lot more happening in his music than simple LLN-worship. As he explains in the interview below, that’s because he approaches his music with a different conception of vampirism than many of his contemporaries. There’s also more punk.

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  8. Faegal
    17.09.2019
    Deep funk, but with a compelling twist – bits of South American styles filtering into the mix from time to time, but in subtle ways that never lose the groove! The album's a soundtrack, but works more like a funk album on its own – and is a great full length follow-up to some of the LP, Vinyl record album.

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