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Take It Slow - Boozoo Bajou - Dust My Broom (CD, Album)

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  1. Jun 24,  · Provided to YouTube by Kontor New Media GmbH Keep Going · Boozoo Bajou · Tony Joe White Dust My Broom ℗ Modernsoul Released on: Artist, Producer: Boozoo Bajou Featured Artist: Tony.
  2. May 17,  · referencing Dust My Broom, CD, Album,!KCD Boozoo Bajou’s second full-length, DUST MY BROOM, immediately shoots us into country-blues dub trip-hop—that’s a lot of descriptors for “Keep Going,” but it’s true. Each and every one of those influences is in there/5().
  3. May 17,  · Boozoo Bajou’s second full-length, DUST MY BROOM, immediately shoots us into country-blues dub trip-hop—that’s a lot of descriptors for “Keep Going,” but it’s true. Each and every one of those influences is in there. And it works. “Take It Slow” follows its own advice in a lazy dub haze, while “Killer” goes toe-tapping upbeat/5(61).
  4. Take It Slow feat. Joe Dukie by Boozoo Bajou, released 15 July Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album Includes unlimited Taken form the Boozoo Bajou album "Dust My Broom" (KCD) Licensed Courtesy of!K7 Records (P) !K7 Records license.
  5. Boozoo Bajou's second full-length, DUST MY BROOM, immediately shoots us into country-blues dub trip-hop--that's a lot of descriptors for "Keep Going," but it's true. Each and every one of those influences is in there. And it works. "Take It Slow" follows its own advice in a lazy dub haze, while "Killer" goes toe-tapping upbeat.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Dust My Broom on Discogs.4/5(2).
  7. Featuring producers Florian Seyberth and Peter Heider, Boozoo Bajou are a downbeat duo from Nuremberg, Germany known for blending inspirations like reggae, dub, Cajun music, folk, jazz, and pop. They first appeared in via the Stereo Deluxe label and the single "Night Over Manaus." The exotic lounge number drew the attention of Richard Dorfmeister, who hired the duo to remix "Chocolate.
  8. Boozoo Bajou's second full-length, DUST MY BROOM, immediately shoots us into country-blues dub trip-hop--that's a lot of descriptors for "Keep Going," but it's true. Each and every one of those influences is in there. And it works. "Take It Slow" follows its own advice in a lazy dub haze, while "Killer" goes toe-tapping upbeat/5(20).

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