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Anthology 1992-2003

Anthology 1992-2003

Artist: Poets Of Rhythm

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Anthology 1992-2003
Anthology 1992-2003

Artist: Poets Of Rhythm
MP3
1. Funky Train
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2. South Carolina
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3. Augusta, Ga
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4. More Mess On My Thing
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5. North Carolina
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6. It Came Over Me
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7. 50 Yards Of Soul
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8. Santa's Got A Bag Of Soul
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9. The Donkey
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10. Choking On A Piece Of Meat Pt. 2
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11. Serengeti Stroke
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12. Rhodesian Girl
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13. Wallow In The Myrrh
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14. Summerdays
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15. Ham Gallery
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16. Smilin' (While You're Crying)
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17. Discern/Define
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18. Path Of Life
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: DAPTONE
Rel. Date: 10/15/2013
UPC: 823134003026

More Info:

Before Daptone, there was Desco. Before Desco, there were The Poets of Rhythm. Back in the `90s, a couple of German kids unearthed a raw sound from our own backyard that we hadn't even remembered burying. They drew from the sound of old Funk records, not as a mold, but as inspiration, understanding that sound would always be an origin of their music, but unlike many `Soul revivalists' to follow, they never settled for it as a destination.

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