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#music John Coltrane — Blue Train (Bonus Track Version) #1958 (https://itunes.apple.com/ru/album/blue-train-bonus-track-version/724748588?l=en)
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#music Nurse With Wound — An Awkward Pause #1999 Editor's Note: A loose experimental project spearheaded by Steven Stapleton, Nurse with Wound explore abstract music -- influenced by Krautrock, musique concrète, freewheeling jazz improvisation, and Throbbing Gristle but including a heavy debt to surrealists Dali and Lautréamont -- with an overpowering release schedule of limited-edition more
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#music Miriam Makeba — Phata Phata #1976 Editor's Note: "Miriam Makeba unleashed Afrosoul that ignited social commentary and a heavy dose of deep funk and R&B. Makeba became a force in the early ‘60s when her album, The World of Miriam Makeba was released. In exile, Makeba used her noble anti-apartheid slant to fuel hits like “Pata Pata” and “the Click Song”, giving her fans the chance to more

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