Gene Rondo You Said You Love Me More & More

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    • Gene Rondo – You Said You Love Me More & More
    • Gene Rondo – Dub Me More & More
    • 1. You Said You Love Me More & More
    • 2. Dub Me More & More

    Hornin' Sounds latest releases are three KILLER deep dark funk roots tunes from the mid 70s all produced by U.K. producer Clem Bushay with The Cimarons on fire as the backing band. Two vocals from Carl Bert and one from Gene Rondo with dubs mixed by Jeh Jeh. No repress as usual from the French label..Highly recommended!! 1st time on 7"..

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    Carl BertI Man Ah BawlHornin' Sounds

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    StallionStallionHornin' Sounds

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    • – Stallion [Extended]
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