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  • 11/14/16--11:39: Voices in Vinyl: Joy in Jozi
  • Within 24 hours of landing in Johannesburg, South Africa, I was deep into the largest record collection I have ever witnessed. Collectors Treasury is an eight-story warehouse located on the fringe of the overpass that marks the gates to the happening hot spot, Maboneng, housing half a million records and even more in books. Wait, let’s savor that . . . 500,000 wax artifacts. That is something like 10,000 days of straight listening, or about 30 years of steady needle drops. Basically, access to more music than I could comprehend. Even as my fingers did the dusty dance, it was all incomprehensible. All we crate-diggers know the idea of never-ending possibilities is more satiating that anything else. Exhausted and exalted, my days and nights of travel melted under the African sun and the awe-inspiring experience of Collectors Treasury.


    Geoff Klass, proprietor of Collectors Treasury (Photos: Tasha Goldberg)

    In this Johannesburg version of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, most businesses are hip with their outdoor seating, traditional fabrics twisted into new styles, and camera crews racing the streets to capture clips of the cool kids. Collectors Treasury is far from any effort to be anything than what it is. Geoff Klass, the owner, as legitimate of a soul you could ask for, is humbly proud of his collections, if not slightly overwhelmed. Even from a young age, he and his brother Jonathan were collectors, and he will be happy to make it clear that some of the items he discovered are not for sale. He keeps the cream of the crop at home, where on a perfect day off, he gets together with his partner and “we play in our large collection of vinyl and books.” He happens to have about 1,500 complete operas on wax, and a flavor for jazz, blues, folk, world music and selected rock. His impressive store has attracted famous musicians and celebrities over the years including Billy Gibson from ZZ Top, who apparently is “such a nice guy,” all the way to Elton John and Catherine Deneuve.

    Imagining myself as a movie star in my own drama, I sashayed from room to room, absorbing the intense decibel of silence. Most places I have shopped for records are full of music, yet this warehouse was starkly silent. So bizarre in a way, knowing that with a drop of a needle or crack of a spine, millions of voices would be reciting prayers, poems and promulgations. Botany books stacked on diaries of Anais Nin, history texts leaning against poetry, vintage maps of South Africa with equally old postcards heaped in stacks to the side . . . the collections were endless. Each room led to another room, and each hall was narrowed by towering columns of books and staggering stacks of wax.


    At one point, I was invited to the top floor. I climbed into the iron lace elevator, staring as each floor snapped past me with flirtatious heaps of booty. When we landed on Floor 8, I was left to myself and hours floated away. Bits of broken vinyl burrowed into my knees and my neck cracked sideways. In no particular order, Yiddish melodies sat next to Steely Dan, then a pocket of Zulu disco together with reams of classical records. My strategy was to skim spines until I found a cherry, then follow the juice, digging deeper, searching the delights of the tastemaster who dropped off that particular shipment.

    When I finally narrowed my stack to a respectable pile, I headed back to Uncle Geoff to check out. Before I reached his little igloo desk area, where there wasn’t even a surface to lay the records flat, he flagged the common themes in my collections and scurried off to bring me more from that vein….and before I knew it I was back in another floor deeper than before. At some point, I had to come out for fresh air. I swore I would return before I left, but the joy in Jozi was everywhere, and I had more to explore.

    I found vinyl throughout the city, tucked in nooks and crannies of used book shops and charity shops in Melville. But I found music everywhere. From taxicab drivers to friends in lounges, music is easily a part of life and culture and identity in South Africa. Somehow music, as it always does, extended its hand and brought me in closer to the heartbeat of life and culture in Johannesburg.


    Johannesburg is a cultural hub of southern Africa, attracting not only European and Western interest. When Europeans came to settle in South Africa, the first encounter with the native Zulus occurred at the Battle of Isandlwana in 1879. The Zulus defeated the Anglos, a battle many people reference in music. Johnny Clegg wrote “Impi” in 1981, on Juluku’s album African Litany.

    Initially banned from radio as it celebrated a Zulu victory during the then-apartheid climate, it gained so much popularity underground that it ended up becoming somewhat of a national anthem. Today, if you head to a rugby match, you will likely hear this track.


    Culture is a constant evolution, and music helps map methodologies of how to hold on to the cord of tradition while braiding nuances from abroad. In addition to attracting western European interest, migrant workers from neighboring countries such as Malawi, Somalia and Zimbabwe come to South Africa. Migration due to conflict, opportunity or adventure, has altered the DNA of culture. A common factor throughout the wide spectrum of music native to South Africa is a consistent theme of maintaining cultural identity and spirituality. Take Zulu gospels for example: Despite the heavy influence of a foreign world view, the most palpable sound is not of the foreigner, it is of the African.

    On track three, I Gama Lakho, from Side B of: “Zulu Zion Songs” by the Pietersburg Special Boys, the choir’s sonic styling is more influenced by isicathamiya than anything else. Pietersburg, now called Polokwane, in the Limpopo province, is home to the founder of the Zulu Christian Church, Lekganyane.


    Side A: the Liphumile Ilanga Bergville West Brothers

    The Bergville West Brothers present a beautiful set of songs on this album. The style of vocal harmonizing, although referred to as rap music on the label, is otherwise called isicathamiya. The soft yet strong singing speaks to the story of migrant workers, who left their homes and families in the country to find work in the city. In a Zulu world view, there is an expression “umuntu, ngumuntu, ngabantu” which means “a person is a person because of other people.” Social harmony is embodied by these vocal harmonies. Many migrant workers who lived in dormitory housing, sharing a roof with their bosses, used their voices as a source of entertainment, as well as for expression. The word isicathamiya comes from the Zulu verb, cathama, and describes walking slowly or carefully, hinting to the context of the discretion to which the music was produced in the dorms or hostels.

    Ladysmith Black Mambazo helped popularize isicathamiya, bringing the style abroad. However even with the international acclaim, it remains an active form of entertainment and expression in Johannesburg. Each weekend, competitions bring together groups from different areas, to bring their best to their community. In an interview in 2015 with ABC, Mdumxeni Xaba–lead singer of a different group from Bergville, the Bergville Green Lovers–explained, “We sing about our lives, about the community. Many people here don’t have jobs. But when they sing, they don’t think about crime or do bad things. Singing makes us strong…our music is very broad, it tackles many things. We sing about issues of HIV and AIDS, the youth, unemployment, xenophobia, crime–lots of things.”

    The migrant worker hostels that birthed the sound of isicathamiya still exist today, and continue to play a role in the social context of Johannesburg. The first housing projects built in 1912, under apartheid rule, were designed to provide housing for black workers who were not allowed to live among white residents. In 1974, Bertha Egnos Godfrey and her daughter Gail Lakier wrote Ipi Tombi, one of the best-known theater productions from South Africa. The show tells the story of a young black man who must leave his village and work in the mines of Johannesburg. The show was loved throughout South Africa as well as Nigeria, Europe, Broadway in the United States, and Canada.

    Today, the migrant hostels that house mostly young Zulu men are overcrowded with an average of 11 people sleeping in spaces built for four. The modern social and political challenges that seed in these hostels were part of the inspiration for Bergville Stories, a famous play by Duma ka Ndlovu produced in 1995. In the play, the historical events are linked to the plight of the hostel dwellers, using music and dance to create the story.

    Photo Marco Longari, AFP

    Photo Marco Longari, AFP

    Mary Sibande Right Now

    Right Now! By Mary Sibande: A local artist expressing perspective on the energy present in Johannesburg.

    During my stay in Johannesburg, I had a chance to experience first-hand just how relevant music is in unifying and notifying people who are rising up against what they feel is unjust. Nearly every day I was in town, the front page of all newspapers had updates on the national circuit of student protests. The “born-free” generation, those who were born after apartheid ended, were voicing opposition to Blad Nzimande, the higher education minister of South Africa, who announced that universities could set their own fee increases, up to a cap of eight percent. This is not a new focus for the economic freedom fighters that are advocating for free education for all. This summer, South African student, singer and activist Gigi Lamayne introduced Afropop to the plight of the economic freedom fighters that are advocating for free education for all with her song “Fees Will Fall.” Her music became a soapbox to vent and to educate worldwide of reality through the raw black and white cinematography. (See also Afropop Closeup podcast Fees Must Fall: A Voice of Change in South Africa)



    With the center of the national protests occurring on Johannesburg’s University of Witswatersand campus, one of the bands leveraging their status to raise awareness of “FEESMUSTFALL,” is the BLK JKS. Gracing the covers of Rolling Stone, Fader, and featured in Pitchfork Media for years, the band has been heralded for its strong uniqueness. The band got some shine from Afropop back in 2009:

    On one evening during the student protests, I headed to campus spot, Kitchener’s, to catch a BLK JKS show. As I made my way through the long queue at the door, women called me sister and I felt safe, feeling a sense of solidarity. The cozy venue was brimming with students proudly wearing their university hoodies and slickest styles. The band performed on floor level, instantly giving a feeling of equanimity to the vibe, and the crowd leaned in.

    As much as I love vinyl, being at a live show is a whole other environment, a sonic ecosystem. With BLK JKS, they are like curators of a portal, creating a sound that is so complex it becomes simple again. They played through reverb and feedback, and the crowd nodded heads and we moved together. Dipped in their own home brew of velvet underground, BLK JKS gave us a chance to stop talking, and truly converse. After the show, I chopped it up with Mpumemelo Mcata, band guitarist who explained that “when we started, one of our goals was to not be conversational. We played a couple of venues and we saw that people were still talking, and slowly but surely we were like, how do we stop them from talking? Change the beat now, not later, change it now… play it louder, play faster, play slower, you play a quieter song, you play a jazz song, and then it is a little unsettling and off kilter.” The formula works: The band is truly captivating, filling a space with genuine vibrations.

    The past is not gone, and if we are lucky, it can guide us in our future. Music makes this possible. Johannesburg has a beautiful musical range, and if you are able to visit, dare yourself to sample from the entire palette.

    Stay tuned for part two of “Joy in Jozi,” featuring flutes and funk from another social context.

    art-in-the-streetsABOUT VOICES IN VINYL


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    ben-vidaBen Vida
    Damaged Particulates
    (Shelter Press, 2016)
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    The Pack A.D. – Positive Thinking (2016)
    Positive Thinking | 2016 | Cornflakes zoo
    Garage Rock, Alternative | mp3 320 kbps | 00:41:56 | 103 mb

    01. So What
    02. Yes, I Know
    03. Teenage Crime
    04. Anyway
    05. Medium
    06. Los Angeles
    07. Sorrow
    08. Error
    09. Gold Eyes
    10. Is It So
    11. Skin Me
    12. Fair Enough
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    1. Find Me (feat. Birdy) [Radio Edit]
    Release Name:Sigma – Find Me (feat. Birdy) – Single Tunes Plus AAC M4A (2016)
    Size:6.94 MB
    Genres:Dance, Music
    Label: 2016 3Beat Productions Ltd
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  • 11/14/16--11:44: JJ Heller – Unto Us (2016)
    JJ Heller – Unto Us (2016)
    Unto Us | 2016 | Stone Table Records
    Holiday, Singer/Songwriter | mp3 320 kbps | 00:44:04 | 101 mb

    01. Winter Wonderland
    02. Christmas Is Here
    03. White Christmas
    04. Unto Us
    05. I'll Be Home for Christmas
    06. Oh, to See Christmas
    07. Count Your Blessings
    08. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
    09. Let It Snow
    10. O Little Town of Bethlehem
    11. O Come, O Come, Emmanuel
    12. Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring
    13. Silent Night
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    VA – Deep and Sexy 20 Deep House and Funky House Music Tunes Vol.8 (2016)
    2016 | White Isle Recordings | Deep House
    CBR 320 kbps Stereo | 01:09:36 | 160,53 MB

    01. Alexandre Sander – Touch the Film – Original Mix
    02. Quantic System – Saving Hope – Original Mix
    03. Ron Carlton – Difficult Choice – Original Mix
    04. Kord Steven – Horizon Blind – Original Mix
    05. Ioshi Takashi – Next Is Now – Original Mix
    06. Leopold Francis – Move Your Lips – Vocal Mix
    07. Jonathan Mantero – After I Think About It – House King's Mix
    08. Mark Carter – Last Minute with You – Freddy Jason's Night Mix
    09. Stefan Samuel – Instructions for Use – Original Mix
    10. Yves St. Lorrain – Curiosity Killed the Cat – Deep Elementz Mix
    11. Deep System Ensemble – Time Is Love – Original Mix
    12. Deep Republic – Strange Situation – Sander Cahn Remix
    13. Dama Blank – Deep – Original Mix
    14. Ranny Dumpling – Deep Lounge – Original Mix
    15. Silk Yander – Just in Time – Original Mix
    16. Andrew Jameson – One Day One Night – Original Mix
    17. Rudy Faxer – Never Before Down – Original Mix
    18. Ron Falcon – Just for Now – Original Mix
    19. Ron John – The Last Photo – Frank Fox Mix
    20. Luther Sanders – The Strength Within – House Avenida Mix
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    Release Name:US_TOP20_Single_Charts_19_11_2016-MCG
    Size:127,3 MB
    Quality:LAME 3.98.4 V0: preset extreme
    Time:75:14 min.Tracklist:
    01 The Chainsmokers Feat. Halsey – Closer 04:05
    02 The Weeknd Feat. Daft Punk – Starboy 03:51
    03 Twenty One Pilots – Heathens 03:16
    04 DJ Snake Feat. Justin Bieber – Let Me Love You 03:26
    05 D.R.A.M. Feat. Lil Yachty – Broccoli 05:07
    06 Ariana Grande Feat. Nicki Minaj – Side To Side 03:46
    07 Bruno Mars – 24K Magic 03:46
    08 Zay Hilfigerrr & Zayion Mccall – Juju On That Beat (TZ Anthem) 02:04
    09 Rae Sremmurd Feat. Gucci Mane – Black Beatles 04:52
    10 Drake – Fake Love 03:28
    11 Maroon 5 Feat. Kendrick Lamar – Don't Wanna Know 03:34
    12 Major Lazer Feat. Justin Bieber & M╪ – Cold Water 03:05
    13 Gnash Feat. Olivia O'brien – I Hate U, I Love U 04:11
    14 Shawn Mendes – Treat You Better 03:08
    15 Sia – Cheap Thrills 03:32
    16 Kiiara – Gold 03:46
    17 The Chainsmokers Feat. Daya – Don't Let Me Down 03:28
    18 Hailee Steinfeld & Grey Feat. Zedd – Starving 03:02
    19 Young M.A – OOOUUU 03:55
    20 Sia – The Greatest 05:52
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    The Outlaw Blues Band – The Outlaw Blues Band (1968) (FLAC)
    Released: 1968 | Track: 8 | Country: US | FLAC | Time: 00:36:51 | Label: Akarma – AK 107 | Artwork Included | 3% Recovery Added | 219 MB
    Genre: Blues

    1. Tobacco Road (4:40)
    2. Tried To Be A Good Boy (But I'm Worse Than a Nazi) (6:20)
    3. How Bad Love Can Be (4:06)
    4. I've Got To Have Peace On My Mind (3:43)
    5. Lost In The Blues (3:07)
    6. Death Dog Of Doom (8:11)
    7. Sweet Sixteen (4:32)
    8. Two 'Tranes Running (3:14)
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    JOAN BAEZ - Diamonds & Rust (1975) (US 1995 Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab • UDCD 646)

    Performer: JOAN BAEZ
    Album: Diamonds & Rust
    Series: Original Master Recording –
    Label: Ⓒ+Ⓟ 1975, 1995 A&M | Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab. Made in USA.
    Source: Rip by KoGGaN™ scans by inet...
    Official DR value: DR11*

    Catalog #: UDCD 646 (0 15775 16462 8)
    Style: Pop, Folk, World, Country
    Year: 1975 (Re-issue 1995, Re-mastered, 24Kt Gold CD)
    Format: WV (image + .cue)
    Bitrate: lossless
    Covers: in archive
    Amount of tracks: 11
    Size RAR: ~ 286 mb
    Password / Пароль : 1965
    Recovery 3%

    JOAN BAEZ - Diamonds & Rust (1975) (US 1995 Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab • UDCD 646)
    JOAN BAEZ - Diamonds & Rust (1975) (US 1995 Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab • UDCD 646)

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    538 Hitzone - Best Of 2CD (2016)

    Artist: Various Artists
    Title: 538 Hitzone - Best Of 2016
    Label: Sony Music Entertainment, Universal TV, The Netherlands
    Style: Dance-Pop, Bounce, Trap, Reggae Fusion, UK Garage, Tropical, Latin, Indietronica
    Release Date: 15-11-2016
    Format: 2CD, Compilation
    Quality: 320 Kbps/Joint Stereo/44100Hz
    Tracks: 46 Tracks
    Size: 701 Mb / 05:06:19 Min

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    Release Name:Tinashe – Nightride Tunes Plus AAC M4A (2016)
    Size:106 MB
    Genres:R&B/Soul, Music
    Label: 2016 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music EntertainmentTracklist:
    1. Lucid Dreaming
    2. C'est La Vie
    3. Sunburn
    4. Binaural Test (Interlude)
    5. Sacrifices
    6. Company
    7. Soul Glitch
    8. You Don't Know Me
    9. Spacetime
    10. High Speed Chase (Interlude)
    11. Ride of Your Life [Explicit]
    12. Party Favors
    13. You Can Stay Here Tonight (Interlude)
    14. Touch Pass
    15. Ghetto Boy
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    Vanilla Fudge – Renaissance (1998) (APE)
    Released: 1998 | Track: 10 | Country: US | APE | Time: 00:50:05 | Label: Sundazed Music – SC 6143 | Artwork Included | 3% Recovery Added | 267 MB
    Genre: Rock

    1. The Sky Cried – When I Was A Boy
    2. Thoughts
    3. Paradise
    4. That's What Makes A Man
    5. The Spell That Comes After
    6. Faceless People
    7. Season Of The Witch
    8. All In Your Mind
    9. Look Of Love
    10. Where Is My Mind
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    VA – Sunday Sofa Chill Vol.1 Smooth Jazz and Chill Tunes (2016)
    2016 | Karmatunes | Downtempo, Chillout, Jazzy
    CBR 320 kbps Stereo | 02:12:12 | 306,41 MB

    01. Igno Pickhan – The Quiet Guitar – Chillwalker Rmx
    02. HP. Hoeger – Calm Down
    03. Evolve – Where Were You
    04. Dejan Vizant – Walking Around
    05. Billy Esteban – Kolkota Taxi
    06. Chillowack – Winter Night
    07. Glam Sam And His Combo – Free Your Body, Free Your Soul
    08. Anemine – Plasson
    09. Mo'jardo – Fly Away
    10. Sunyata Project – Sudden Moments – Extended Mix
    11. Angela Puxi – The Captain's Return – Sinan Mercenk's Remix
    12. Chris Le Blanc – Healing
    13. Denis Melody – One Day In Odessa
    14. Emelie Christiansson – Sunday Song
    15. Indian Merchant – Freedom Sufis
    16. Newton – Last Song
    17. Naoki Kenji – Rain On
    18. Peter Pearson – Beauty
    19. Naoki Kenji – Shizuka
    20. Ingo Herrmann – Let You Go
    21. The Low Shoe Orchestra – Attacked By 70ft Robot
    22. Aza's Lounge – This Is Not A Love Song
    23. Maggie Jane – Precious Pearl
    24. Michael Crueger – Walk Your Talk
    25. Castlebed – Gravity
    26. Living Room – Good Mood Dub
    27. Roberto Sol – Can Not Forget You – Instrumental
    28. Sensotango – Libre – Original Mix
    29. Demegni – Reverberation – Original Mix
    30. Matt Petteney – Pat – Original Mix
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    1. These Are My Twisted Words
    Release Name:Radiohead – These Are My Twisted Words – Single Tunes Plus AAC M4A (2016)
    Size:11.5 MB
    Genres: Alternative, Music
    Label: 2016 XL Recordings
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    Shamora – Therapy The Love Sessions (2016)
    Therapy: The Love Sessions | 2016 | Striker Records
    R&B/Soul, Music, Singer/Songwriter | mp3 320 kbps | 01:08:40 | 157 mb

    01. Intro (The Love Sessions)
    02. Drownin'
    03. Take Me Away
    04. Knocked Out
    05. Love You so Much
    06. Let Me Be Your Woman
    07. #Love
    08. My Heart Is Yours
    09. Magic Touch
    10. More
    11. We Could Do It Better
    12. Stay With Me
    13. I Still Love You
    14. Superman
    15. Things Change
    16. Everything
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    Timothy Crane – The Other Life I Dream (2004)
    The Other Life I Dream | 2004 | Bear Creek Recordings
    New Age | 320 / FLAC (tracks) | 56:24 min | 136 / 339 MB

    01. The Other Life I Dream – Redemption
    02. Chansonette
    03. Denise's Waltz
    04. The Poetic Fields
    05. Shannon
    06. Love is – Was like
    07. Winter Snow – Valley Rain
    08. Think of Laura as a Child
    09. Prelude 1 in C Major
    10. The Other Life
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    Vanilla Fudge – Rock & Roll (2000) (FLAC)
    Released: 2000 | Track: 11 | Country: US | FLAC | Time: 00:48:25 | Label: ADA Sound Ltd. – ADASD 07110 | Artwork Included | 3% Recovery Added | 275 MB
    Genre: Rock

    1. Need Love
    2. Lord In The Country
    3. I Can't Make It Alone
    4. Street Walking Woman
    5. Church Bells Of St. Martins
    6. The Windmills Of Your Mind
    7. If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody
    8. Good Good Livin'
    9. Shotgun (7" Version)
    10. Where Is My Mind
    11. Need Love (7" Version)
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    trashpoptERROR – Best of trashpoptERROR (2016)
    Best of trashpoptERROR | 2016 | Eucalypdisc Records
    Pop, Rock | 320 Kbps | 51:28 min | 121 MB

    01. Wir sind Maschinen
    02. Vom betont, geistreichen Luftschloss
    03. Spektrum Overload
    04. Final Fantasy
    05. Don't stop!
    06. Regentropfenmaerchen
    07. Rabensaga
    08. Puderpulverwelt
    09. Seashell
    10. 2tausend7
    11. Empty Words
    12. Born in the Huehnerstall
    13. Von politischen Pinguinen & Tauben
    14. Kaffeefahrt Deluxe
    15. Dein Tanz
    16. Puderpulverwelt (Remix by Freakatronic)
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    VA – Dance Classics – Italo Edition Vol. 1 (2 CD) (2011) (FLAC)
    Released: 2011 | Track: 23 | Country: International | FLAC | Time: 02:30:49 | Label: Rodeo Media – RDM220 | Artwork Included | 3% Recovery Added | 1.08 GB
    Genre: Electronic, Disco

    CD 1
    01. My Mine – Hypnotic Tango (Extended)
    02. Fun Fun – Could This Be Love (Extended)
    03. Ryan Paris – Dolce Vita (Disco Mix)
    04. Pino D'Angio' – Ma Quale Idea (12'' Version)
    05. Gazebo – I Like Chopin (12'' Version)
    06. Taffy – I Love My Radio (My Midnight Radio) (Extended Mix)
    07. Righeira – No Tengo Dinero (12'' Version)
    08. Ken Lazlo – Don't Cry (Re-Mix)
    09. Matia Bazar – Ti Sento (12'' Version)
    10. Alan Ross – Valentino Mon Amour (Extended)
    11. Koto – Visitors (Original 12'')
    12. Wish Key – Last Summer (Vocal Version)
    CD 2
    01. Miko Mission – How Old Are You (Vocal Version)
    02. Joe Yellow – Lover To Lover (Extended)
    03. Ivan – Fotonovela (Chapter II Version)
    04. P. Lion – Happy Children (Extended)
    05. Francesco Napoli – Balla Balla (Extended)
    06. Scotch – Discoband (Remix)
    07. Koto – Jabdah (Original 12'' Version)
    08. Fun Fun – Give Me Your Love (Special 12'' Remix)
    09. Baby's Gang – Happy Song (Extended)
    10. Valerie Dore – Get Closer (12'' Vocal Version)
    11. Max-Him – Lady Fantasy (Remix)
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    Viva Voce – Ein Stück des Weges (2016)
    Ein Stück des Weges | 2016 | Rondeau
    Classical, Chorale, Vocal | 320 Kbps | 64:22 min | 153 MB

    01. Os justi
    02. I still haven't found what I'm looking for
    03. Was geworden wäre
    04. Gentle Shepherd
    05. Immer begleiten
    06. For once in my life
    07. Stein des Anstoßes
    08. Ain't no mountain high enough
    09. Nothing else matters
    10. Du bist da
    11. Schon alles
    12. Gib auf mich acht
    13. Ich hab im Traum geweinet
    14. Wohin
    15. You raise me up
    16. Komm gut heim
    17. Irgendwo auf der Welt
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