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L.A. Taco Radio #015 – Los Angeles Artist / Promoter Antonio Pelayo

Felling all kinds of PMA!
Interview with Antonio Pelayo talking to us about the upcoming LA BULLA a lucha libre cultural event (live lucha libre matches, art show, car exhibit, more) More info and tix at their website here.
And, oh yea, only the finest in soul roots. This is the N. Mission Rd playlist.

Listen to this fine episode in a new window HERE.

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The list:
1) “Live It Up” The Isley Brothers
2) “Strike” Orgone
3) “Dapper (feat. Anderson .Paak)” Domo Genesis
4) “Bitterpills & Butterflies” Silhouette Brown
5) “Legs (Instrumental)” Darondo (background)
6) “I Feel for You” Xantoné Blacq
7) “Cosmic Love” Mayer Hawthorne
8) “Jah Calling (edit)” Bad Brains (background)
9) “BoBo On the Corner” Beastie Boys (background)
10) “Execution In Autumn” Wu-Tang Clan
11) “Tokuta” Jungle Fire
12) “Love Me” Slave
13) “Jealous Guy” Donny Hathaway

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