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The Black Devil's Makali
You And Me / I Found A Note

You And Me / I Found A Note
You And Me / I Found A NoteYou And Me / I Found A NoteYou And Me / I Found A NoteYou And Me / I Found A Note


AFR7 13


1x Vinyl 7" 45 RPM Reissue



Release date

Oct 1, 2019

The Black Devil's Makali - You And Me / I Found A Note - Le Discopathe - Montpellier

Spacey Kenyan disco stepper with dubby undertones from The Black Devil’s Makali. Very rare reissue from the Kenyan record label, ECL Records. We just know this reference from ECL Records.

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You And Me


I Found A Note

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