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J-Zone - Sergi Sirvent - Free Quartet (CD, Album)



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Posted 07.12.2019 by Nagul in category "Rock

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  1. By Shara on
    Jul 24,  · J-Zone swings by before dropping the Du-Rites live album, Soundcheck at 6, to chat about music back in the 50’s and 60’s and how young musicians had to .
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  2. By Tojacage on
    Apr 20,  · Album numero diez, Fish-N-Grits, finds J-Zone pushing 40 still refusing to play nice or kowtow. An elder statesman with an encyclopedic knowledge of ‘80s rap (and much of .
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  3. By Voodoogal on
    Check out J-Zone on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.
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  4. By Fauktilar on
    Tracklist: 1. J-zone (Sergi Sirvent) 2. For Colores (Sirvent-Hernández-Domínguez-Smith) 3. Lonely Woman (Ornette Coleman) 4. You Look Flat (Sergi Sirvent) 5. You Look Sharp (Sergi Sirvent) 6. Peace (Ornette Coleman) 7. When The Blues Will Leave (Ornette Coleman)
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  5. By Nitaxe on
    A skilled producer, DJ, and emcee, New York's J-Zone has been making major noise in the hip-hop underground for the past few years. His first album, Music For Tu Madre (), was recorded as a school project and independently released to critical praise. In he returned with A Bottle Of Whup Ass, which furthered his rep as a super-fresh jack of all trades.
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  7. By Zubar on
    Buy Free Quartet by Sergi Sirvent on Blue Sounds Store. Released by Fresh Sound New Talent. Login/Register J-zone (Sergi Sirvent) 2. For Colores (Sirvent-Hernández-Domínguez-Smith) In the CD booklet Sirvent says, I wanted to try and investigate more in hearing the chords rather than writing them down.
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  8. By Karn on
    Unlimited free J-Zone music - Click to play A Friendly Game Of Basketball, Flight and whatever else you want!
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  9. By Taull on
    Westchester-bred, Queens-based rap artist J-Zone (née J. Mumford) began his musical quest when he picked up and mastered a variety of instruments before he even made it out of elementary school. Growing up in suburbia, he specifically dreamed of a career playing bass guitar in a raw urban funk band and would scour record stores for hours to.
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