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One Russtafari, The
Good Love / Suzanne
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Artist: The One Russtafari Release: Good Love, Suzanne (12") Label: RudeBWOY SoundSYSTEM REC. Year: 2006. The One Russtafari successfully launched his career in Canada and was involved in various different projects before leaving. He played in a 9 piece funk band; Margarita’s Calling in St. John's. He also performed many party rocking sets all over Canada including "Snow Jam" as well as showcasing at the "Junos. The One Russtafari also competed in the 2000 DMC World DJ Championship Eliminations held in Ontario when he was known as DJ Eternal and he was also the winner of Scope Magazine's "Best of St. John's" best DJ.

Canadian DJ, recording artist, label owner and producer The One Russtafari has been flaunting his talent world-wide for the past few years and has had residencies in Canada, California and Seoul, South Korea. Although mostly known for ragga-jungle, his styles vary from hip-hop, funk, breaks, dubstep, reggae and mash-up with a touch of turntabilisim. The Things We've Lost In Our Minds'.

Suzanne" is a song written by Canadian poet and musician Leonard Cohen in the 1960s. First published as a poem in 1966, it was recorded as a song by Judy Collins in the same year, and Cohen performed it as his debut single, from his 1967 album Songs of Leonard Cohen. Many other artists have recorded versions, and it has become one of the most-covered songs in Cohen's catalogue. In 2006, Pitchfork Media listed the song No. 41 on their list of "The Top Songs of the 1960s".

Suzanne - Russtafari. Rastafari - Daddy Mory. Rastafari Is His Name - Winston Mcanuff & The Bazbaz Orchestra.

Love is the eponymous debut album by the Los Angeles-based rock band Love, and was released in March 1966 on Elektra Records. Arthur Lee, who was originally from Memphis, Tennessee, but had lived in Los Angeles since he was five, had been recording since 1963 with his bands, the LAG's and Lee's American Four. He had written and also produced the single "My Diary" for Rosa Lee Brooks in 1964 which featured Jimi Hendrix on guitar.

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