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Feed Your Soul – Incognito & Rice Artists Remixed

CD (Item 534441) Rice (Japan), 2005 — Condition: Used
2 CDs
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Massive work from the Incognito camp – a collection of rare tunes, singles, and remixes from Bluey's Rice Records label! The 2CD set has a very nice price – especially for a Japanese-only collection – and brings together work that's been scattered around a number of hard to find import singles, many of which are now out of print! The soaring, soulful Incognito groove is in full effect throughout – and the package features one exclusive tune – "Where The Levees Broke", by Ed Motta & Bluey – plus 14 more tracks that include "The Bottle (Bluey & Ski Risin UK mix)" by Maysa Leak, "Let Yourself Go (Ski Oakenfull mix)" by Para:diso with Tommy Blaize, "Let Me Be (Dobie rmx)" by Ski Oakenfull with Amp Fiddler, "Show Me Love (Yam Who rework)" by Incognito, "Operator (Incognito love collect mix)" by Inner Shade, "Give & Let Live (Louie Vega's sacred rhythm dub)" by Hope Collective, "25th Chapter (Ski Oakenfull vs Para:diso broken funk rmx)" by Incognito, "World Is Mine (Bluey & Ski sky high mix)" by Incognito, and "Come Away With Me (The Caves greater joy mix)" by Incognito.  © 1996-2019, Dusty Groove, Inc.
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