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WILLIE T AND DR X 'TRICKY WORD'

I've added five new tracks of Willie T and Dr X to the Sound and Vision site. Willie T and Dr. X are Cambridge locals and they play their own original work. Each track is one song and all are under four minutes long.  The full version of the session is at the end and includes several more pieces 

So listen, enjoy, share with friends and family. 
And give Willie T and Dr X a like!  

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