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    • Adrian Younge, Ali Shaheed Muhammad & Roy Ayers – Synchronize Vibration
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    • 1. Synchronize Vibration
    • 2. Hey Lover
    • 3. Soulful and Unique
    • 4. Shadows of The East
    • 5. Sunflowers
    • 6. Gravity
    • 7. Solace
    • 8. African Sounds

    Adrian Younge and Ali Shaheed Muhammad's album, alongside the great Roy Ayers, sounds both like an unearthed an unreleased album from Ayers’ classic period in the 1970s (which produced the oft-sampled “Red, Black & Green,” “We Live In Brooklyn, Baby,” “Everybody Loves The Sunshine,” and “Running Away), as well as something startling, new and unexpected.

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