Carlos Elliot Jr. & The Cornlickers | Del Otun & El Mississippi

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Del Otun & El Mississippi

by Carlos Elliot Jr. & The Cornlickers

We feel we're part in the chain, keeping it real and alive, we learnt how to feel it and we are ready to take this joy wherever we go, ready to take the party with us all over the world! We feel we're
Genre: Blues: Electric Blues
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1. Down in Como
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2. Katrina the Mule
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3. I Love You With All My Heart
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4. Got This Feelin'
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5. Two-Rivers (Dosquebradas)
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6. Hoop of Life
4:08 $0.99
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7. When the Beat Hits You
3:24 $0.99
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8. My Mule Bray's in Othar's Hood
2:51 album only
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9. This Is My Band
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10. Story of Otún & North Ms
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We've had the blessing not just to walk where they walked, or dance where they danced, but doing it with them by their side and experiencing this deep emotion right where all this story began. It's living itself Blues and Rock ‘n’ Roll heritage.

We feel we're a part in the chain, keeping it real and alive. We ‘ve learned how to feel it and we are ready to take this joy wherever we go, ready to take the party with us all over the world!

The Otún is the river, the hills and region in Colombia where I grew up, it was named after african and native american communities. This record tells the story of the Otún and the North Mississippi and we realised we ain't that different!

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