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Boom-A-Rang - Dynamic Soul Machine / Corey Blake* - Boom-A-Rang (Vinyl)

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  1. Previously unissued recording, Corey Blake covered in Capitol 45 (Apr. ), The Dynamic Soul Machine covered in Respect 45 TAA (May ) title as "Boom-A-Rang" Previously unissued recording, Nobody covered this song.
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  3. Vinyl DJ equipment bags & cases. Digital DJ equipment bags & cases. Vinyl sleeves, cleaning & storage The Dynamic Soul Machine - "Boom A Rang" The Joneses - "Baby (There's Nothing You Can Do)" Corey Blake - "How Can I Go On With You" e-mail me when available.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Boom-A-Rang on Discogs. Label: Southside Records (11) - • Format: Vinyl 7 Dynamic Soul Machine / Corey Blake* - Boom-A-Rang (Vinyl) | Discogs.
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  6. James Blake (born 26 September ) is a Grammy-nominated electronic musician and singer-songwriter from London, England, United Kingdom. Blake is primarily considered a dubstep producer and is frequently heralded as a leading figure in the "post-dubstep" community, but he is also noted for his prominent soul influences.
  7. The Dynamic Soul Machine - Boom - a - rang [ Respect ] USA Wonderful version of the Sam Dees / Frederick Knight penned song [ also cut by Corey Blake ],this 6 piece group version was released by the Stax subsidery Respect, towards the end of Stax, in , and despite being a number 1 hit in Birmingham, Alabama it never broke in any other.

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