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L.A. Taco Radio Episode Two

2:14 PM PST on December 14, 2015

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L.A. Taco Radio #002 with Johnny Scott Gramercy

Blessed and honored to be playing some fine soul ‘n funk music for you tonight. This week we welcome L.A. art mensch SEPTERHED (@septerhed)who comes past the studio to chop it up about coming up in the competitive public art world, influence, ad of course, food. Let’s celebrate, loved ones. This is the Garland Ave. playlist. Enjoy.

Track List:

1) “As Trains Go By” Judith Hill

2) “Friends & Buddies” Milton Wright

3) “Can I Kick It? (J. Cole Remix)” A Tribe Called Quest

4) “A Living Riddim” Mista Savona

5) “Web of Deception” Thievery Corporation

6) “Back Pocket Vulfpeck

7) “Let’s Take a Break” Milton Wright

8) “Bowtie (Postlude)” Outkast

9) “Prototype” Outkast

10) “A Funky Space Reincarnation” Marvin Gaye

11) “Aggro Reggae Party” The Aggrolites

12) “Love Comes and Goes” The Abyssinians

13) “Shangri La” James Tillman

14) “Can You Get to That” Mavis Staples

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