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8 thoughts on “ Mr. Porter - The Du-Rites - Greasy Listening (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. THE DU-RITES - Greasy Listening - Live At The Collard Green Lounge / Du The Twitch / Bite It / Mr. Porter / Ballad For A Fallen Country / Life Is A Chitlin Circuit / Woody The Wino / Nip It In The Bud / Fabuloso! / Bocho’s Groove / 1Black Olives / 1The Bronx Is Burning. Label: REDEFINITION RECORDS. Catalogue number: l-RDF Available to buy on Vinyl Record.
  2. The Ford Focus-driving contingent that digs The Du-Rites expressed concern that their debut album was never released on CD. So they decided to put both “Greasy Listening” and their debut album on one CD! Digital only bonus tracks from both albums included, making the CD .
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  5. Arashimuro says:
    Less than a year after their out-of-nowhere debut LP, J-Zone and Pablo Martin (aka The Du-Rites) return with their sophomore effort, Greasy Listening. The positive response to their self-titled offering inspired the NYC funk duo to become winter-spring studio rats and churn out 13 new tracks that both pick up where the initial offering left off and explore some uncharted territory.
  6. Juramar says:
    Buy Greasy Listening at Juno Records. In stock now for same day shipping. Greasy Listening. The DU RITES › Greasy Listening. Embed The DU RITES. Greasy Listening. Redefinition US. "Mr Porter" () 5. "Ballad For A Fallen Country" () 6. "Life Is A Chitlin Circuit" ().
  7. Mishakar says:
    Way more than just a sound check, as the Du-Rites play here live – at an undisclosed location in Brooklyn – in a set that's still got some vocals from J-Zone and Pablo Martin, but which also really seems to showcase the full funky action of the group as a quartet – with lots of heavy riffing on guitar and keyboards! The sound is maybe an imagined East LA take on the sound of.

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