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Running The Voodoo Down Volume 2

Running The Voodoo Down Volume 2 by Various Artists buy album

Various Artists

Label: Tad
Released: 2018
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Track Listing

A Love Supreme Pt. 1 Acknowledgement; 8 Miles High; Starship; In A Silent Way; Aht Uh Mi Head; Sweetback’s Theme; Black Woman; Life And Death In G & A Part 2; Ungena Za Ulimwengu (Unite The World); Zu Zu Mamou; Jimi’s Guitar Raps With The Bass; To The Establishment; Do Your Thing; Together To The Tune Of Coltrane’s Equinox; Lament For John Coltrane.

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John Coltrane (A Love Supreme Pt. 1 Acknowledgement); The Byrds (8 Miles High); MC5 (Starship); Joe Zawinul (In A Silent Way); Shuggie Otis (Ah! Uh Mi Head); Melvin Van Peebles (Sweetback’s Theme); Sonny Sharrock (Black Woman); Chairman Of The Board (Life And Death In G & A Part 2); The Temptations (Ungena Za Ulimwengu / Unite The World); Dr John (Zu Zu Mamou); Jimi Macon (Jimi’s Guitar Raps With The Bass); Lou Bond (To The Establishment); Isaac Hayes (Do Your Thing); Sarah Webster Fabio (Together To The Tune Of Coltrane’s Equinox); Bob Thiele Emergency (Lament For John Coltrane).


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