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8 thoughts on “ Witch Doctor - Guy Warren - Native Africa (Vinyl, LP)

  1. -The Devil's Doctor: Paracelsus And The World of Renaissance Magic and Science () Guy Ballard (Guy Warren Ballard). ; Edna Ballard (Edna Anne Wheeler Ballard), * See Godfré Ray King Nello Balossino-The Image Of The Shroud: Results Of Photography And Information Technology ().
  2. Seminal Duke Reid productions from the key rocksteady years – and a set that shows just how much the rhythm was changing things on the Jamaican scene, both at a vocal and instrumental level! There's a slow-loping vibe to most of these tracks – an approach that really sets the scene for the reggae explosion to come – yet most of the instrumentation still has the strong horn work of the Missing: Witch Doctor.
  3. Jan 20,  · 1. Parago 2. Akom 3. Adova 1 4. Adova 2 5. Atokwe 1 6. Atokwe 2 7. Atokwe 3 Missing: Witch Doctor · Guy Warren.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Native Africa on Discogs/5(2).
  5. Nov 20,  · Witch Doctor; Artist Guy Warren, ASCAP; Album KPMLP Native Africa 1; Licensed to YouTube by AdRev Masters Admin (on behalf of APM in North America and EMI Production Music for Rest of World.
  6. An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting with this riahudbiosemconsmiddmandbeetcitonacor.coinfog: Witch Doctor.
  7. Guy Warren of Ghana on British EMI Columbia Records. African-inspired jazz from the cream of s Brit jazz musicians. Guy Warren is joined by Don Rendell, Ian Carr, Trevor Tomkins, Dave Green, Amancio d’Silva and Michael Garrick to produce a memorable and rare meeting of two worlds. Beautiful moments from Rendell on tenor and soprano.
  8. An incredible look at the format of vinyl – put together by a guy who's got one of the hippest record collections we've ever seen! John Corbett's been writing about music, art, and other formats for decades – but his real labor of love is vinyl records – a format he continued to embrace even at the height of the CD era – so much so that he talked Downbeat magazine into letting him.

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