Various: Wave Music Volume 13, CD
Various: Wave Music Volume 13, CD
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Various : Wave Music Volume 13 Mark King / Astrud Gilberto / Chuck Loeb / Da Lata / Bebel Gilberto
and 30 more ...

  • 2×CD
  • Germany
deleted double CD in fold-out Digipak
  • Wavemusic
  • (WM-13-D)
  • 29 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • VG+ / EX-
  • used
  • several surface marks on CD (not affecting play), minor wear on cover

tracks

1-01

Donati Beautiful Lover

4:49
1-02

Gecko Turner Pal Peru

4:15
1-03

Kyle Eastwood I Can't Remember

3:53
1-04

Jimmy Sommers Out Of Nowhere

4:23
1-05

Marcela Mangabeira Don't Stop The Music

3:45
1-06

Trolle Siebenhaar Sweet Dogs (Main Version)

3:46
1-07

The Funky Lowlives Breathless

3:55
1-08

David Wells Bahama Blues

3:47
1-09

In-Grid / Chill-Ish Et Maintenant

4:20
1-10

Bebel Gilberto / Victor Davies Comigo (With Me)

3:20
1-11

Gelka When Ya Gotta Go Ya Gotta Go

3:09
1-12

Chuck Loeb Window Of The Soul

4:04
1-13

Katja Werker Beautiful Sky

4:04
1-14

Robin Thicke Teach U A Lesson

4:29
2-01

Lighthouse Family Ain't No Sunshine

3:41
2-02

Can 7 The Promise

4:08
2-03

Chris Standring Liquid Soul

6:06
2-04

Torsten Goods 99

4:36
2-05

Mark King / Hardage The Sweetest Pain

5:25
2-06

Mel Brown / De' Nate' Still Be Strong

3:48
2-07

Camiel When We Fell In Love

4:18
2-08

Roger Cicero / Rivera Rotation Can You Feel It

7:52
2-09

Da Lata Can It Be ?

3:30
2-10

Brenda Boykin Be My Lover

4:24
2-11

Monte La Rue Monsieur Mushroom

5:12
2-12

Sven Van Hees It's So Real

5:34
2-13

Astrud Gilberto Who Needs Forever (Thievery Corporation Remix)

Remix
  • Thievery Corporation
4:11
2-14

Lua / Celso Mendes Fotografia

3:29
2-15

Mystic Diversions Miniatures Of You

3:52

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