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AL PATRON 'Short Cuts'






All types of goodness here courtesy of AL PATRON: The feelgood grove of 'The Distance', the soul filled strut of 'LAX to JFK', and the J Dilla meets Three 6 Mafia epic 'Keep Hustlin'.  The sliced and diced RnB of 'Tell Me' is swagged out loveliness.  Don't even get me started on the sumptious sounds of 'I do' and 'Love Worth'.   
Find out more: http://huhwhatwhere.bandcamp.com/album/short-cuts-2

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