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Soul Trippin' – Mixed By Kenny Dope

CD (Item 357234) Dungeon, 1970s — Condition: New Copy
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Kenny trips it large through a sweet set of rare 70s funk and soul tracks – magically blending together 25 tunes into a special limited edition mix! The range of grooves is really great – and features some excellent singles and funk tracks that we haven't seen on other reissues, all swept into the mix by Kenny's magical hands. Titles include "You Got It All" by The Blenders, "Honeydripper" by Deloris Ealy, "Come Down Baby" by Beginning Of The End, "Color Blind" by Frankie Beverly, "Born With A Headache" by Mary Love, "Modernization" by Modernization, "Pure Love" by Holzer & Pure Love, "Nothing Left Is Real" by Pure Funk, "You Gotta Be A Man" by Helene Smith, "Be Mine Tonight" by Lloyd Williams, "I Can't Forget About You" by The Lovations, and "If I'm Guilty" by Towanda Barnes.  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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