DRY BREAD - YAMAR/WORDS TO MY SONG

7" (7" Single/EP)

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Label: NUMERO GROUP

Release date: 14/10/2016

Barcode: 0825764705677

Catalog no.: ES0000056

Item ID: 436356

Steeped in Caribbean flavours and seasoned with a fistful of hand-percussion, 'Yamar' was initially sidelined from 2009's 'Cult Cargo: Grand Bahama Goombay' for feeling less like cargo than an authentic piece of pan-Americana. Phish fans may recognize this previously unattainable A-side as it has been a staple in their setlists since the late '80s, imported by bassist Mike Gordon who heard the Mustangs performing it in a Bahamian hotel. Backed with the sweltering 'Words To My Song,' this doubler-sider is a must for any seaside or poolside DJ.

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