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    (Video) Fela Kuti – Gentleman (1973)

    Fela Anikulapo Kuti (15 October 1938 – 2 August 1997), or simply Fela, was a Nigerian multi-instrumentalist musician and composer, pioneer of Afrobeat music, human rights activist, and political maverick. ...

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    (Video) Roy Ayers vibe battle on a xylophone

    This is the sickest vibe battle ever… on a xylophone!! It’s Roy Ayers, a legendary Jazz musician battling his percussionist. Nice! ...

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    (Video) The Mighty Boosh – A Funk’s Life

    This is from “The Legend Of Old Gregg” The Mighty Boosh Series 2. ...

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    (Video) The Procussions – The Storm

    The Procussions was an American alternative hip-hop act from Colorado Springs, Colorado, that consisted of three members: Mr. J. Medeiros, Rez, and Stro The 89th Key. Originally, there was a fourth member, Qq (pronounced “Q”), but became inactive after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2000. ...

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    (Video) Little Barrie – Free Salute

    Little Barrie is a three-piece band from Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England, since relocated to London. The band consists of Barrie Cadogan (guitar and vocals), Lewis Wharton (bass) and Virgil Howe (drums). Before Howe, Billy Skinner was playing drums. Before Skinner, Wayne Fulwood was playing drums and singing. On the first single, before Fulwood joined, session drummer Chris Lee is featured. Their music could ...

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    (Audio) Whistle – Just Buggin’ (1985)

    Whistle – (Nothing Serious) Just Buggin’ 12″single (1985) ...

    On January 28, 2009 / By
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    (Audio) My Man Henri – MPC’s & Beat Breaks Mixtape

    My Man Henri – MPC’s & Beat Breaks Mixtape 2008 ...

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    (Audio) J Dilla – Donuts (original samples)

    Tracks used by J Dilla In the production of “Donuts” ...

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    (Video) J Dilla – Fuck the Police

    “Fuck The Police” is a single by the late rapper/producer, J Dilla. In the song, Dilla chastises corrupt policemen who conduct illegal searches and plant evidence on blacks. The 12″ sleeve cover includes pictures of Mumia Abu-Jamal and Rodney King. Both men are known for their runs ins with the law. The song contains a sample of “Scrabble”, by Rene Costy as ...

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    (Video) J Dilla – Jay Love Japan

    Jay Love Japan is an instrumental album by the late J Dilla distributed to retail by the California-based Operation Unknown label most recently on March 7, 2008. Promo and semi-official retail versions of the album have circulated for several years, and the album was even given a 2006 release in Japan, although that version is now considered a promotional item. It was ...

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