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Raggy's off Limits Radio Show (#44) - Jet Tricks & Uyama Hiroto!

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Loads of quality music for you once again: an insane 13 track 45 from Yann Kesz, myspace coming through with great music from Karl Off from France, the ever excellent Duchess and some brilliant dirty soul from Jet Tricks. A little funk touch from James Dallas and Stevie Arrington and we just had to finish with sublime new jazz from Japan's Uyama Hiroto and a new forthcoming comp from Pharoah Sanders... it's a tight show, enjoy!...

Raggy's Off Limits Radio Show 22.11.07 (#44) - Jet Tricks & Uyama Hiroto!

Yann Kesz | Superheroes (Trad Vibe 7")
Karl Off | The Sideman (CDR)
The Heliocentrics | Dance Of The Dogons (part 2) (Now Again 7")
Dartanyan | Ode To Taurus (Private)
Jet Tricks Feat. AdeFunKe | Free (CDR)
Duchess | No Idea, Ask Duchess! (CDR)
Lorett Fleur | Wonder (Trad Vibe 7")
Jimetta Rose | America (Epistrophik Peach)
Hudson Mohawke | Spotted (All City)
Takuya | Ignorant Jazz (Ext)
Matthew L Cassell | Heaven
James Dallas | Highway Lover (Flat Five)
Steve Arrington | What Do You Want From Me (Atlantic)
Kay Sputnik | Blackman [edit] (Bipolar)
Uyama Hiroto | Waltz For Life Will Born (Hydeout)
Pharoah Sanders | You've Got To Have Freedom (Dopeness Galore CDR)


Raggy writes LP reviews for Straight No Chaser magazine.

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