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Effra Parade

Effra Parade

Artist: The Melodic

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Effra Parade
Effra Parade

Artist: The Melodic
MP3
1. Last Thing You Said (Intro)
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2. On My Way
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3. Imperfect Time
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4. Plunge
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5. Honey Bee (Interlude)
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6. Roots
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7. Runaway
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8. Ode To Victor Jara
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9. Willow (Interlude)
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10. Come Outside
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11. Lost To You
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12. Dreams Of Air
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13. Watch The World Turn Blue
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14. Piece Me Back Together
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15. Effra Parade (Outro)
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16. On My Way (Radio Mix)
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Anti/Epitaph
Rel. Date: 11/05/2013
UPC: 045778725021

More Info:

The young band from Brixton, South London offer a vibrant new brand of afro folk pop that, while inspired by '60s folk, incorporates an assortment of influences from around the world. Its members utilize instruments such as the Charango, Melodica and Kora to create a music that joyously defies categorization and exhibits a clear reverence for past masters from Paul Simon to Bert Jansch, while mixing in sounds from Latin America, the Caribbean and Africa to create a music entirely their own.

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