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Chico Freeman - Synthophone Riffs For Deejays Volume 2. FLAC album

Performer: Chico Freeman
Genre: Hip-hop and RAP / Soul and Funk music
Title: Synthophone Riffs For Deejays Volume 2.
Released: 1993
Style: DJ Battle Tool
FLAC version ZIP size: 1167 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1416 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1834 mb
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Chico Freeman, Synthophone Riffs For Deejays Volume 2. Contents.

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A1 Freeman Synthophone 4 5:00. A2 Freeman Synthophone 5 5:00. A3 Freeman Synthophone 6 5:00. B1 Freeman Synthophone 7 5:00. B2 Freeman Synthophone 8 5:00. B3 Freeman Alto 4. 5:00.

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