Mp3 Various - African Shakedown
|1||–Noema||Iko Iko (Dub)|
|2||–Ata Kak||Daa Nyinaa (Noema's Tribute Edit)|
Remix – Noema
|ASD1||Various||African Shakedown (12", Ltd, RP)||African Shakedown||ASD1||2013|
The original track of "Christy - A Man" is "You Can't Change A Man" by Christy Essien Igbokwe. Label states Christy - A Man
The original track of "Mombasa - Anson Edit" is "Mombasa" by Them Mushrooms.
A1 only credited as "Noema's Tribute Edit", no mention of original track title is printed.
Iko Iko Dub - Noema. A Man - Christy Essien Igbokwe. Similar Artists. Various African Shakedown. 레이블: African Shakedown ASD1. The original of A1 was released on Ata Kak's Obaa Sima album back in 1994 in Ghana. Here it is: 답글 나에게 알림 Helpful. We always want to listen to each other's new music, so I figured I'd make a group for us to do it. Post YouTube,. Memphis Shakedown Disc B - Various Artists - JSP Records. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. A Wot. Ikebe Shakedown. The Offering. The Hold Up. African Shakedown 2. Album Tracks. About & Images. Similar Releases. Discover Releases. Tracks In This Album. O Ye - Eddie C. The Shake - Noema. Bayaya Axel Boman Re-Rub - Unknown Artist, Axel Boman. Shakedown is the debut album by English house production duo Freemasons. It was released on 21 January 2007, with the single Rain Down Love being released two weeks earlier in anticipation of the album. Beyoncé's manager approached English production team Freemasons to remix Déjà Vu after hearing a remix they made for a song by singer Heather Headley. Ikebe Shakedown is a african fusion music album recording by IKEBE SHAKEDOWN released in 2011 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. IKEBE SHAKEDOWN - Ikebe Shakedown. Jazz music community with review and forums. 0 rating 0 review. Album 2011. Filed under African Fusion By IKEBE SHAKEDOWN. African Shakedown. A1: Eddie C - O Yern A2: Noema - The Shakern B1: Bayaya - Axel Boman Re-Rubrn B2: Disco Machine - Soft Rocks African Shakedown is back After Ata Kak made so many new friends around the globe, we take you on another journey into the irresistible world of African rhythms and grooves. The A-side starts with O Ye, a groovy Afro-Disco floor-filler by Canada's one and only Eddie C. Its compelling groove and call-and-response vocals will surely heat up every dancefloor from here to Accra