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Andrew Hickford

Leeds, UK
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  1. Trudi's Songbook: Volume One
    by Ruby Rushton
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    Moonlight Woman Moonlight Woman
  2. Soul Conspiracy
    by Neue Grafik
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    Modern Man Modern Man
  3. RK5
    by RD
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    Burnt Toast Burnt Toast
  4. RK11
    by Ruf Kutz
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    RUFFYS JUNGLE SENSI RUFFYS JUNGLE SENSI
  5. Everything You've Forgotten (Free Beat Tape)
    by Paul White
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    Everything You've Forgotten Everything You've Forgotten
  6. The Men In The Glass Booth
    by Various Artists
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    What About Love (Tony Gioe Remix) What About Love (Tony Gioe Remix)
  7. The Men In The Glass Booth
    by Various Artists
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    What About Love (Tony Gioe Remix) What About Love (Tony Gioe Remix)
  8. Joy, Ease, Lightness
    by Dan Kye
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Tolle Tolle
  9. Wisdom of Elders
    by Shabaka And The Ancestors
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    The Observer The Observer
  10. On Flute
    by Tenderlonious
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    Ghana Ghana
    Probably my record of the year with Black Focus. Incredible music.
  11. Canvas
    by Duke Hugh
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    Greenleaf Greenleaf
    Love this album, seems to indicate a broadening musical horizon for Rhythm Section. Great variety of sounds across this release, quality from start to finish. Have used the more laidback tunes in chill out sets and the upbeat in disco sets - versatility that means it rarely leave a the record box.

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