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The Louie Gee Ensemble - Scrabble

LDBK on February 04, 2009 13:40

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    Louis Van de leest Jr. aka LuiGi from Infinitskills (drums), Louis Van de Leest Sr. (violin), Hendrik Vanattenhoven (double bass) & Pierre Anckaert (fender rhodes) aka the Louie Gee Ensemble present a bossa-jazz version of Rene Costy's Scrabble used by J dilla for "Fuck the Police"

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