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 if music could talk 
 
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 dj carlito  
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Singapore Guitar Album “unknown x 2”

Elly Kasim “Lah Lamo”
from Bersama Orkes Arsianti DBP. Adrianto

Maurice Patton and the Melodians “Country Favourites”
from Instrumental Hits

Salim I and the Wisma “Bersiar di Taman Hiburan”
from Pop Yeh Yeh - Sublime Frequencies

Dato' A Rahman Hassan and Orkes Nirwana - “Bimbang”
from Pop Yeh Yeh - Sublime Frequencies

M Rahmat and the Teruna - “Mula Bertemu”
from Pop Yeh Yeh - Sublime Frequencies

Adnan Othman and the Wanderers
"Revolusi"
MMI Records
from Pop Yeh Yeh - Sublime Frequencies

Roziah Latiff and the Jayhawkers (composer, band leader, guitarist: Joe Chelliah) “Aku Kecewa”
from Pop Yeh Yeh - Sublime Frequencies

James Bond Goldfinger excerpt 0:08 “sample”

Huong Cuong - Mai Le Huyen “Hon Anh Gian Em”

Thu Thuy “My Name Is Juicy Candy”
from My Name Is Juicy Candy - Single (Thu Thuy Production 2009)

Gloc9 feat Sheng Belmonte “Walang Natira (feat. Sheng Belmonte)”
from Talumpati

Don Dee & Nephie Rodrigues “Dheere Dheere Aap - Summer Mix”
from Bollywood Fever (Audiorec Premium 1995)

Nando Boom “Nos Llaman Imnigrantes”

Red Rose “Tempo”
from Firehouse Revolution

Yellowman “Body Move”
from Most Wanted: Yellowman (Greensleeves Records 2007)

Yellowman “My Woman”
from LIVE

Dub Specialist “Chances”
from Hi Fashion Dub Top Fourteen

Cornell Campbell “Jah Jah Me No Horn Yah”
from Bunny Lee Presents: Jamaica's 50th Anniversay of Independence, Vol.2 (PMI Digital 1973)

The Ethiopans “Hurry On”
from Train To Skaville

Bert And Ernie “Radio”

De La Soul “Roller Skating Jam Named Saturdays”
from De La Soul is Dead (Tommy Boy 1991)

Fred Wesley And The J.B.'s “Blow Your Head”
from Damn Right I Am Somebody (Universal Records)

Champeta “El Espugalo”

MC Vanessinha “Abandonado”

MC Vanessinha “Ardendo”

Khmer Hip Hop “Pros Knom Sro Veng”

Fab 5 Freddy “Down by Law”
from 25 Years of Mr. Bongo: 1989-2014 (Mr Bongo 2014)

2Ne1 “Can't Nobody”
from To Anyone (YG Entertainment 2010)

Nisha B “Wine up Your Body”

El Comandante “Girl Que Sepa Bailar”

Super Cat “Experience Lover”
from Si Boops Deh

Desie Ranks “Get Up And ROck”

Muzu Banton “Vex Bout Dat”
from Sugar Minott and Youth Promotion

Lady Luscious “Peter Peter”
from One In A Million

Terry Ganzie “Rainy Night”
from Outlaw - Nuff Reward (VP Records 1993)

Terror Fabulous “Pop Style”
from John John Dancehall Hits, Vol. 5 (1993)

Junior Cat “Clappers and Bomb”
from John John Dancehall Hits, Vol. 5

Peter Tosh “You Can't Blame The Youth”
from Capitol Records Rehearsal

Hollie Cook “Looking for Real Love”
from 25 Years of Mr. Bongo: 1989-2014 (Mr Bongo 2014)


Augustus Pablo and Friends (Joe Higgs) “Creation Demo”

Alice Coltrane “The Ankh of Amen-Ra”
from Universal Consciousness (Verve Records)

DJ Shadow “Changeling / Transmission”
from Endtroducing (Deluxe Edition) (Island Records 1996)

Herbie Hancock “Chameleon”
from Head Hunters (Sony 1973)

Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band
“Express Yourself”
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 If Music Could Talk - July 30 2017 Download Program Podcast
various southeast asian pop and more
01:59:00 English 2017-07-30
 wrir studios
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