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Music For The People

Music For The People by Sam Thornton
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Sam Thornton

Label: Self-release
Released: 2021
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Track Listing

1. Intro (excerpt from "Big Boss Man") (M. Davis/F. Croft) 2. Bottom Of The Pile (S. Thornton) 3. A Human Renaissance (S. Thornton) 4. Revival Dub (S. Thornton) 5. Catalunya (S. Thornton) 6. Greedy Game (S. Thornton) 7. Dub Inna House Of Love (S. Thornton) 8. Greedy Game Reprise (S. Thornton) 9. Shoot The Messenger (S. Thornton) 10. Dubfart (feat. B Dubs) (S. Thornton/B. Wright) 11. Al Baba (S. Thornton) 12. Just Deserts (S. Thornton) 13. Let Your Hair Down (S. Thornton) 14. I Can Be A Man (S. Thornton) 15. You Let Yourself Go (S. Thornton) 16. Made In Hong Kong (S. Nixon) 17. The Mother Of All Hangovers (S. Thornton) 18. Teacher, Teach Me A Song (S. Thornton)


Sam Thornton
Intergalactic Brasstronauts
Tasha B
voice / vocals
B Dubs
voice / vocals
Dan Webster
Stuart Garside
Will Osborne
James Lancaster
Andy Morgan
Joe Love

Album Description

Recorded in Leeds & Doncaster, UK between January and March 2021, with support from an Arts Council of England National Lottery Project Grant. Produced by King Zepha. Recorded by King Zepha & Adam Richards. Mixed by King Zepha, Adam Richards & Ross Halden. Mastered by Ben Pike, Rare Tone Mastering.


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