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Roy Francis - Phase 1 Dub Wise Vol. 1&2 download album

  • Performer: Roy Francis
  • Album: Phase 1 Dub Wise Vol. 1&2
  • FLAC: 1980 mb | MP3: 1290 mb
  • Style: Dub
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Roy Francis - Phase 1 Dub Wise Vol. 1&2 download album

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Complete your Roy Francis collection. ease/1021343, which would cost you significantly more money/and or time to acquire. Coupled with disc 1, this release is quite a value in great and rare reggae dub. Mostly nice, spring/sunny vibes playing out, but at times deep and rootsy too. Really high quality instrument sets, featuring the classic Sly and Robby; masterful, elegant bass lines with pattering, rhythmic, high energy drums. Reggae at it's finest, I highly recommend this. Reply Notify me Helpful.

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Download release in mp3. Imprint date. Phase 1 Dub Wise Vol. 1&2. 20. mp3. Phase One Records. 10.

Sound Theories Vol. I & II is a 2007 album by American guitarist Steve Vai. The album was recorded with the Metropole Orchestra in Netherlands in mid-2004/2005 and released on June 26, 2007. Volume I features Vai playing guitar with the orchestra, which has itself earned worldwide acclaim by backing artists ranging from Mike Keneally, Terry Bozzio, Tony Bennett and Natalie Cole to Nancy Wilson and the Yellowjackets.

Roy Francis (c. 1919 – April 1989) was a Welsh rugby union, and professional rugby league footballer and coach of the mid 20th century. He was the first Black British professional coach in any sport. Francis was also a highly accomplished player, scoring 229 tries in his 356 career games, chiefly as a wing. A Great Britain and Wales national representative three-quarter back, he played for English clubs Wigan, Barrow, Dewsbury (World War II guest), Warrington and Hull .