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Published 04.11.2019 by

Wild Man - Galactic - Ya-Ka-May (CD, Album)




  1. Faeshura said:
    Jan 20,  · Ya-Ka-May, an Album by Galactic. Released 9 February on Anti- (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Funk, Acid Jazz/5(2).
  2. Yocage said:
    Ya-ka-may, probably my favorite Galactic album, includes Irma Thomas, Trombone Shorty, John Boutte, Katey Red, Big Freedia, and Big Chief Bo Dollis. The first song also includes a sample from the fright night show Morgus the Magnificent. Robert Mercurio on bass for Galactic.
  3. Meztidal said:
    To get full access to the site e.g. deposit funds, download files you have to create an account. You will get 2 track for free after confirming your account!
  4. Tarisar said:
    The album, featuring her versions of songs like "Silent Night," "Cry Me a River," the Rolling Stones' "Wild Horses" and Madonna's "You'll See," will be released on Nov.
  5. Zologor said:
    When Galactic released From the Corner to the Block in , they fully embraced hip-hop as an inseparable element in their sound for good. That said, Ya-Ka-May's 15 tracks (named appropriately enough for an Afro-Orleanian soup of Asian origin that can be made with any meat you have around, noodles, hardboiled egg, green onion, and any array of spices) are more rooted in the diverse musics Price: $
  6. Kajizil said:
    Along with Katey Red, Cheeky Blakk, and Sissy Nobby, she was a guest on the May album Ya-ka-may by funk band Galactic. She joined the band for several gigs, and the album peaked at # on the US Billboard Chart. In May , Freedia began touring with DJ Rusty Lazer and a team of "bootydancers," along with pop band Matt and Kim.
  7. Doubar said:
    Feb 27,  · Ya- Ka May. PM: Galactic Boe Money (feat. The Rebirth Brass Band) Irma Thomas) Yak-A-May Anti CD. PM: Galactic Wild Man (feat. Bo Dolis nd the Wild Magnolias) Yak-A-May Anti CD. PM: The Wild Magnolias Party. Big Ole' Box of New Orleans Putumayo CD. PM The Man Gitanes CD. PM: Steve Riley & The.
  8. Yozshut said:
    Galactic have made what may be the definitive New Orleans Tribute With YA-KA-MAY, by recognizing this fundamental truth; that all of the town's seemingly disparate styles – jazz, brass bands and funk as well as the newer bounce/hip hop – are intrinsically linked. Tracklist: Friends of.

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