The Hurst Selection – 24th January 2015

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Brian Hurst returns for the fourth time in 2015 with The Hurst Selection – packed tight with 23 drops of the good stuff. Watch out for some Brit-funk goodness plus Jeff Bradshaw, Yonrico Scott, Van Gelder Fleming Project, Alex Lattimore, Fabrizio Puglisi, King Bee, Funkadelic, & Carmen Hendricks. In Hour Two, the funk, the whole funk and nothing but the funk - you'll know what time it is

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The Hurst Selection
24th January 2015

Artist - Track - Album - Year



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