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Ketan
AR 087D
12 May 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Afrika Yie - (6:53) 106 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Ma Play - (8:35) 111 BPM
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Ketan - (5:57) 105 BPM
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Walk 4 Ground - (7:37) 120 BPM
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Teacher - (6:56) 106 BPM
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Simigwa-Do - (4:18) 122 BPM
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It's Alright - (7:01) 94 BPM
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I Don't Know Why - (7:17) 103 BPM
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I Get Myself To Blame - (7:15) 100 BPM
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Simi Rapp
MC 039
01 Oct 18
International
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Simi Rapp - (8:19) 58 BPM
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Simi Rapp (Multi Culti edit) - (6:42) 58 BPM
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Simi Rapp (Red Axes & Asaf Samuel remix) - (5:12) 60 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Simi Rapp (Johnny Aux remix) - (9:11) 115 BPM
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Simi Rapp (Skinnerbox remix) - (7:21) 62 BPM
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Review: Ghanaian musician Blay Ambolley (alongside Sammy Lartey and Ebo Taylor) envisioned a future for high-life music in the late '60s and early '70s and helped transform the genre fusing it with funk and jazz. He is also considered the first musician from the country to formally incorporate rap forms into local high-life rhythms - in turn creating the musical genre 'Simigwa'. Multi Culti is honoured to reissue the 1996 classic "Simi Rapp", plus a crafty edit by label head honchos Thomas Von Party & Dreems, plus two wicked remixes: a lo-slung punk-funk makeover by Israeli heroes Red Axes and a booming rendition by Brit Johnny Aux that incorporates classic house elements.
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