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West Coast Music Magazine
The magazine that promotes West Coast Smooth, Fusion Grooves & Midnight Disco...


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  1. Listen To This - EP
    by Super db
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    Kool Funk Kool Funk
    appears in 1 other collection
  2. Grand Hotel
    by The Explorers Club
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    Run Run Run Run Run Run
  3. Jay Graydon - Airplay For The Planet
    by Jay Graydon
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  4. Aura
    by Aura
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    Magic Lover Magic Lover
  5. Container Zero
    by Powder Blue Tux
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    A killer track from Samuel Purdey main man Barney Hurley. Back in the land of Musical Giants, ‘Container Zero’ rides a Peter Erskine groove, supported by The Dan’s legend on the horns, the fluid Michael Leonhart. And with Jay Graydon adding in some smooth jazzy west coast licks, it floats effortlessly. When Fagen sat behind the decks on his ‘Nightfly’ album front cover, you can be sure he would have had this lined up if he was still on that night shift in 2016. West Coast Magazine recommended…
  6. Great Hair
    by Flamingosis
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    Hidden Attraction Hidden Attraction
  7. Sea of Truth
    by Frobeck
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    Pull Our Stuff Together Pull Our Stuff Together
  8. The Rhythm Of Life
    by Mike Lundy
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    The Rhythm Of Life The Rhythm Of Life
  9. Mayfair
    by Powder Blue Tux
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    'Mayfair' showcases a fantastic slinky vocal from Ben Addison, with his brother Scott on backing vocals, piano and synths and with the production from Samuel Purdey's Barney Hurley, it's groove is immaculate.
    Telling the story of an all too familiar unrequited love affair from afar, this is a delicious nod to Donald Fagen's most intimate and reflective moments on vinyl. Why does the girl get called 'Mayfair' though? Well, that's something you are just going to have to work out yourself!


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