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High Noon/Amigo De La Muerte

7-inch (Item 615156) Colemine, 2012 — Condition: New Copy
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"High Noon" has a mighty great sound – a burst of majestic horns at the start, offset by offbeat organ – then a dubby stepping groove that's filled with sweet vibes under the horns – a wicked blend that's funky, almost Ethiopian, but has a Jamaican touch as well! "Amigo De La Muerte" continues the globe-crossing style – recorded with an echoey vibe, and a feel that almost makes it sound like a number from a Tarantino soundtrack!  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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