ReKaB
Back in Flight

Back in Flight

Artists

ReKaB

Catno

NFR05

Formats

1x Vinyl 12" EP

Country

Belgium

Release date

Jun 15, 2022

Styles

Techno

Four killer tracks of high grade electronic soul from James Baker AKA REKAB.

Four killer tracks of high grade electronic soul from James Baker AKA REKAB. A fantastic EP showing both breadth of style and respect for the roots and traditions of the music from this artist.

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Sep 14, 2022

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

12.49€*

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A1

Locked on dodge

6:17

A2

We need to care

5:24

B1

In search of the deep sea dweller

7:33

B2

Too much time

7:10

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