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L.A. Taco Radio #005 With Your Host Johnny Scott Gramercy

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LATR is a true product of Los Angeles. From Long Beach to Sylmar. From Canoga Park to Boyle Heights. The streets are alive with the sound of the people. All the people. Soul music is a true American art form and it belongs to you. Celebrate, loved ones.

This week Nestor Rodriguez (Nestorious Public Radio) comes past.

The list:
1) “Cut Chemist Suite” Ozomatli

2) “Creation (East L.A.) (feat. Jimetta Rose)” Quantic presents The Western Transient

3) “Bïrdshïte” Rosïe & the Bees

4) “Roll It ‘Round (feat. Black Shakespeare)” The Lions

5) “Skeletons Dub” Prince Fatty Meets Nostalgia 77

6) “Sittin’ By the Radio (feat. Loren Oden)” Adrian Younge

7) “Blacka” Blackalicious

8) “Be Free” Miss Tati

9) “Cold Blooded” Gary Clark Jr.

10) “Knock Knock” Ty

11) “Wild Cookie” Jill Scott

12) “Boondigga” Fat Freddys Drop

13) “The High” Kelela

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