Funky Fresh Few / Dual Control - Drop A Jewel / Bring It On flac album
Title: Drop A Jewel / Bring It On
Style: Hip Hop
MP3 album: 1920 mb
FLAC album: 1592 mb
Other formats: AAC AC3 VOC WAV WMA RA TTA
Genre: Electronic / RAP / Hip-hop
Dual control are Mike Ball (Bally) and Phil Davis (DJ Styles) who have been making beats together in Manchester for 5 years. Dual Control are not new to the Grand Central camp - their first release was featured on GC's Central Heating 2 compilation and Mike Ball has been engineering for Grand Central for years. Hence, the beats here are distinctly flavoured in traditional Grand Central sauce
Funky Fresh Few. Album Sampler (12", Promo, Smplr). Grand Central Records. Funky Fresh Few With AfuRa - Runnin' Through These Veins. Funky Fresh Few, Dual Control. Funky Fresh Few, Dual Control - Drop A Jewel, Bring It On. 2 versions.
Few. Drop A Jewel (Accapella) Featuring – Afu-Ra. B –Dual Control Bring It On. 4:02. GC 127. Funky Fresh Few, Dual Control - Drop A Jewel, Bring It On (12"). Related Music albums to Drop A Jewel, Bring It On by Funky. Fresh Few. Dual Mount - Sub Bass Maestro Fresh-Wes - Another Funky Break (From My Pap's Crate) Kool Miziou And Funky Fresh Ziouo - The Funkdillac Show EP Leroy Mafia - Bring Your Love To Me, One Drop Monstaphunkaz - Funky Fresh Stuff EP . Blade - Drop Off The Bass Various - Tranza Funky Vol. 3 Various - Central Heating 2 Fresh 'N' Funky - Fresh 'N' Funky NHL95 &. Fresh Plastics - NHL95 & Fresh Plastics .
Funky Fresh Few. You Mean Fantastic. Funky Fresh Few feat. Afu Ra. Drop a Jewel. Through These Veins. Funky Fresh Few. Deadbeat. Tony D. Trenton Tribute (Funky Fresh Few Remix Feat DJ Woody). Dimes Got. 4:31. 89. 3:11.
Afu Ra – Drop a Jewel. Funky Fresh Few – Runnin Through These Veins feat Afu-Ra. Afu Ra – Throu these veins feat Funky Fresh Few. 4:00. Funky Fresh Few – Through These Veins ft Afu Ra. Afu Ra – Through These Veins. Afu Ra – Drop a Jewel. funky fresh few afu – through these veins.
Funky Fresh Few are a hip-hop act from Blackpool, Lancashire, England, who started out as a graffiti crew called Imperial Arts. The band originally consisted of James Folks, Damon Savage and Timeone. They met up with Mark Rae in 1996, who was setting up the independent record label Grand Central Records and released their debut EP, Slow for Focus. They released another 12", "Through These Veins", which featured Jeru the Damaja's friend Afu-Ra. In 2000, Glenn Reynolds, formerly known as OSC, joined the group. They released their debut album in 2002, which featured guest MCs.
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|A1||–Funky Fresh Few||Drop A Jewel
Featuring – Afu-Ra
|A2||–Funky Fresh Few||Drop A Jewel (Accapella)
Featuring – Afu-Ra
|B||–Dual Control||Bring It On||4:02|
|GC 127||Funky Fresh Few / Dual Control||Funky Fresh Few / Dual Control - Drop A Jewel / Bring It On (12")||Grand Central Records||GC 127||UK||1999|