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1. TROPICAL BASS

TROPICAL BASS

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2. REMIX

REMIX

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3. Fat Larry's Band - Hey Pancho It's Disco 1979

Fat Larry's Band - Hey Pancho It's Disco 1979

Album: Fat Larry's Band - Lookin For Love

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4. BRAZIL

BRAZIL

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5. Stevie Wonder - Human Nature (Live) Michael Jackson cover

Stevie Wonder - Human Nature (Live) Michael Jackson cover

Stevie Wonder pays a great tribute to Michael Jackson

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6. SWIMMING POOL MIX

SWIMMING POOL MIX

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7. Roberto Carlos - O Calhambeque (Waldo Squash remix) - Daniel Haaksman Edit

Roberto Carlos - O Calhambeque (Waldo Squash remix) - Daniel Haaksman Edit

John D. Loudermilk - Road Hog Joe dassin - Bip Bip Roberto Carolos - O Calhambeque DJ WALDO SQUASH AND DANIEL HAAKSMAN EDIT Found it on this mix : https://soundcloud.com/canalstreet/canal-street-presents-daniel-haaksman-brazil-bass-mix

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8. Teruko Akatsuki — Tokyo Shoe Shine Boy

Teruko Akatsuki — Tokyo Shoe Shine Boy

http://terukoakatsuki.com/

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9. Kassav - Soleil (1980)

Kassav - Soleil (1980)

From 1980 Album Lagé mwen

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10. Mestre Cupijo - Caboclinha Do Igapo

Mestre Cupijo - Caboclinha Do Igapo

Cametá, a historical little Amazonian town on the shores of the river Tocantins, is the birthplace of the scorching music known as “Siriá”; a cross pollination between the music of the inhabitants of the Quilombos, (a Brazilian hinterland settlement founded by escaped slaves of African origins) and the Indigenous People of the Amazon Rainforest. It is a breathing, pulsing, emphatic beat, and the modernised version of this local music, created by Mestre Cupijo, has been igniting street parties and traditional festivals across the state of Pará (Nothern Brazil) for decades. And at last in 2014, the combustible sound of Siriá will be celebrated internationally as the feverish, tropical sound of the summer! Foretelling his talent to flow between cultures, Cupijó was named after a local river when he was born in 1936, into a family of musicians. His father, Mestre Vicente Castro, was also known as Mestre Sicudera, the musical director of Centennial Euterpe, one of Brazil´s oldest bands, founded in 1874. At 12, Cupijó started to play the clarinet. He became proficient at piano, mandolin, and guitar, although the instrument that came to personify his sound was the alto saxophone. Waltz, mambo, bolero and an assortment of dance hall music became part of Cupijó’s repertoire, but it was Carimbó and Siriá, the music played by the black communities of Pará, that had the strongest impact on the young musician. To grasp the soul of this music, Cupijo went to its source and lived with the Quilombolas community of the Amazon. Upon his return, enriched by this life changing experience, he founded the band "Jazz Orquestra os Azes do Ritmo" with the goal of modernizing the folkloric music of the state of Pará.- and as witness on this compilation – this had explosive effects. His fresh new sound became the soundtrack to Cametá´s legendary Carnival and soon his troupe were invited to other festivals along the river. Transportation to these concerts was via small boats, where 3 or 4 musicians would share a vessel with their instruments tucked between their legs. After the initial wave of enthusiasm, the first two LPs were recorded with rudimentary equipment in a dance club in Cametá. However it was the third attempt, recorded in a studio in Belém, which would trigger a phenomenal success. "Caboclinha Do Igapo" and "Mambo do Martela", included on this record, became instant hits. A year later "Mingau de Açai", one of Cupijo´s most popular tunes, took the region by storm. In total 6 LPs were recorded by Mestre Cupijo. He then created "Concurso de Musicas Carnavalesco de Compositores Cametaenses”, a contest for carnival music composers. The songs composed expressly for these contests in the 70s are still performed today during carnival season. In addition to evolving the Pará music culture in this way, he also owned a rudimentary soundsystem, "Musicolor", to spin the discs of local artists before his own shows to the frenzied crowds. Mester Cupijo proved himself a philanthropist as well as a conductor for the people’s music, and acted as a provisional Lawyer for the city of Cameta, specialising in help for the poor. He had a short spell in politics and was elected by a vast majority to the station of Municipal Councillor of Cametá. Master Cupjó, the pillar of Pará's festive culture, and a humble pop icon who was ushered prominently into the country’s history books, passed away on September 25, 2012 at the age of 76.

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11. Tontelas - En Do

Tontelas - En Do

Cumbia from swedish Label G.A.M.M. ‎

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12. Michael Jackson - I Shot The Sheriff

Michael Jackson - I Shot The Sheriff

Variety Show - 1976

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13. Badsim - Bang It On (James Brown remix)

Badsim - Bang It On (James Brown remix)

Yo, so GAMM been killing it with their Doin’ James 12″ remix series lately, recruiting everyone from Ayres to Red Astaire to revive the timeless funk of a one James Brown. It’s brilliant really, getting a bunch of modern producers to add a modern dancefloor touch to the most sampled man in history. The only con about the 12″s is that all the Serato and Digi-DJ’s kinda miss out on this vinyl exclusive series, until now. High quality mp3′s to heat up the dancefloor. Thanks for bridging the funk gap between the new and the old. http://www.juno.co.uk/labels/Gamm/

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15. T Bird And The Breaks - No Diggity (Blackstreet Cover)

T Bird And The Breaks - No Diggity (Blackstreet Cover)

https://www.facebook.com/tbirdandthebreaks Blacktreet - No diggity cover

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16. Volksgroep Naks - mi libi a no, j'a wan kama (dj reaganomics remix)

Volksgroep Naks - mi libi a no, j'a wan kama (dj reaganomics remix)

Dj Reaganomics began music selecting in the early eighties by making mix-tapes, using recorded songs off of Detroit radio programs. Using the pause button, a song could be stopped on the beat in mid recording and then resumed on the beat of a new song, sometimes over the course of days, and spanning many radio programs. These "pause-tapes" covered the territory between pop electronica and rap: Prince, Zapp, Cybertron, Egyptian Lover, Rockmaster Scott & the Dynamic Three. The technique was perfected and the tapes were given to friends. Thirty years later, he's still at it. Only instead of a just a handful of kids in Ann Arbor Mi, Thousands of people, worldwide have heard and downloaded his mixes, re-mixes and original tracks. People in Japan, Czeck Republic, and Colombia, have Seen him Dj live, as well as audiences in NYC for the last fifteen years. His sound is an accumulation of every musical encounter along the way: modern classical and world music records in his fathers collection, rap, punk and metal in the 80s, Jazz, Funk, Salsa, Jungle and 2step in the 90s. In the last ten years a typical Dj Reaganomics set will have New Orleans Brass, Dancehall, Moombahton, Reaggeton, Kuduro, Cumbia, Salsa, Batucada, Baile Funk, Putaria, Electro, Miami Bass, as well as hip hop from all of its decades of existence. He has played with Douster, Drop the Lime, LOL Boys, Geko Jones and Uproot Andy at Que Bajo (as well as in Baranquilla Colombia, Carnival 2011), DJ Spooky, Dj Olive, Aphrodite, Aaron Spectre, Jess Jubilee, Munchi, Porier, Maga Bo, Dj Rupture, Matt Shadetek, and many others.

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17. Jorge Ben - Ma Ma Ma Ma Mãe

Jorge Ben - Ma Ma Ma Ma Mãe

Alô, Alô, Como Vai? é o décimo oitavo álbum de estúdio do cantor brasileiro Jorge Ben. Foi lançado em LP em 1980.

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18. Shawn Lee - Jackie Chan (feat. Earl Zinger)

Shawn Lee - Jackie Chan (feat. Earl Zinger)

https://pro.beatport.com/track/jackie-chan-feat-earl-zinger-original-mix/5315325

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19. Nous les cuisinieres - Robert Mavounzy & Alain Jean-Marie

Nous les cuisinieres - Robert Mavounzy & Alain Jean-Marie

Voici un joyau de l'âme musicale profonde de la Guadeloupe, sauvegardé dans les années 60-70 grâce au producteur Raymond Célini. La clarinette allègre de Robert Mavounzy et la voix poignante de Manuela Pioche nous restituent la beauté des plus célèbres biguines d'autrefois. Elie Cologer nous entraîne dans les rythme envoûtant de quadrilles séculaires ressucités par la magie de son violon. ORCHESTRE TRADITIONNEL DE LA GUADELOUPE : Enregistré à Pointe-à-Pitre Fin 1966 --> Robert MAVOUNZY --> Alain JEAN-MARIE --> Donnadié MONPIERRE --> Théomel URSULE --> Charly CHOMEREAU-LAMOTTE --> Manuela PIOCHE --> Claude TRANCHOT

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