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MLuterinho

United States United States. DJ since Apr 17, 2011
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MLuterinho My Lord, He calls me He calls me by the thunder The trumpet sounds within-a my soul I ain't got long to stay here
MLuterinho A very funk energetic TIME OUT with Hiromi

Hiromi UeharaTime Out

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MLuterinho Purely Spanish, lost in the city of Madrid, in its culture, in its charm, in its past and present...

Antonio De Lucena Recuerdos de la Alhambra

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MLuterinho With all the loud, screaming guitars, & off tone singing that we find in our popular music, to hear a truly trained classic guitarist is refreshing.
MLuterinho Still very much upset that the GRAMMY forget to pay tribute to the QUEEN of BLUES, Queen Etta James
MLuterinho "Success has been so easy for you | But don't forget it's me who put you where you are now | And I can put you back down too"
MLuterinho As we witness 2011, one can't stop asking: "Could life ever be sane again?" (The Smiths) Well, let it hope that it will in 2012.

The SmithsPanic (HQ)

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MLuterinho I want to live with common people, I want to live with common people etc...
MLuterinho 2011 Definitely Felt Like "Going Underground"

Going Underground by The Jam with lyrics

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MLuterinho True Soul

Anthony Hamilton-Can't Let Go

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MLuterinho Emmylou Harris: Pancho & Lefty (1977)

Emmylou Harris : Pancho & Lefty (1977)

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MLuterinho Goodbye 2011; Hello 2012

EMMYLOU HARRISGOODBYE

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MLuterinho Stop & reflect & let the music take you...

Adagio for Strings (Samuel Barber)

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