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The Skeletal Essences of Afro Funk, Vol. 3 (1969-1980)

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Ne rien voir, dire, entendre (Vodoun)
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Houzou Houzou Wa (Jerk Fon)
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Adjro Mi (Cavacha Fon)
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Karateka (Sato)
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Akoue We Gni Gan (Jerk Fon)
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N´Goua (Sato)
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Honton Kan Do Go Me (Jerk Fon)
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Gbetche Non De A Ho O
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A O O Ida (Pop Fon)
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Vi e Lo (Pachanga)
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Pourquoi pas ? (Jerk Sakpata)
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Akue We Non Houme (Jerk Fon)
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Ai Gabani (Afro Beat)
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Ecoute ma mélodie (Bossa Afro)
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Min we tun so (Slow)
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