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Wega - New Directions EP

Wega - New Directions EP
New Directions EP
05 Oct 2010
MP3 album size:
1581 mb
FLAC album size:
2965 mb
Wired Music


1Ferbi BoysDrug N' Bass (Wega Remix)
Remix – Wega
2WegaBig Mouth7:30
3Life StyleFree Your Mind (Wega Remix)
Remix – Wega


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Listen free to Wega New Directions EP Drug N' Bass - Wega Remix, Free Your Mind Wega Remix and more. 3 tracks 23:00. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. You're not following anyone yet My Beatport lets you follow your favorite DJs and labels so you can find out when they release new tracks. Follow WEGA and others on SoundCloud. GMS & Dr. Hoffman - The Munsterz Intro 2. Wega & GMS - Bob Session 3. Riktam & Bansi - A fish on a Hook 4. Astrix - Type-1 5. Growling Machines - ID 6. Wega - Rush Hour 7. GMS - Apollo 8. Wega & Last Men Standing - Right Words 9. Growling Machines & Freedom Fighters - Wega Mashup 10. New Directions is an album by Jack DeJohnette released on the German ECM label. It was recorded June 1978 at Talent Studio in Oslo and released in 1978. There are some strong moments particularly from Abercrombie and DeJohnette but this band to use a cliché was less than the sum of its parts. New Directions EP. November 9, 2010. Exclusive Prime pricing. to buy. Listen Now. Go Unlimited. n' Bass Wega remix Artist: WEGA Album: New Directions Wired Music Year. Drug N' Bass Wega Remix. Ferbi Boys. INgrooves от лица компании Wired Music и другие авторские общества 1. Album 2010 3 Songs. New Directions a quartet with Jack DeJohnette on drums and piano, guitarist John Abercrombie, trumpeter Lester Bowie and bassist Eddie Gomez is a group that never seemed to live up to its potential. On this set of three DeJohnette compositions including the wittily titled Where or Wayne and two group improvisations, the music is a bit dull, making too much use of space and featuring less of Bowie's trumpet and wit than one would hope. New Directions The Meters album. New Directions is the eighth and final studio album by the funk group The Meters. Produced by David Rubinson in California, it is the band's first and only album produced outside New Orleans. The album features the Oakland-based Tower of Power horn section. John Swenson of Rolling Stone said the album