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Walterwarm & Cowode - Smoke Signals FLAC
  • Performer Walterwarm & Cowode
  • Title Smoke Signals
  • Date of release 07 Jun 2016
  • Country Germany
  • Style Instrumental
  • Label Okocha Records
  • Catalog number JJ004
  • Other formats Cassette, Album, Limited Edition
  • Genre Rap
  • Size MP3 1477 mb
  • Size FLAC 2118 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 722

Tracklist

1Peace Pipe
2Old Town
3Maple Forest
4Swamp Land
5Discovering Fire
6Before[theycame]
Featuring – Beatboxbandit
7Hidden Creek
8Green Earth
9Where The Buffalo Roam
10Cave Ppl
11Mountain Top
12Rite Of Passage
13Natures Way
14Upstream
15Wayfare
Featuring – Beatboxbandit
16Children Of The Sun
17Blue Prairie
18Rain Gods
19Smoke Signals
20Grab A Bird
21Lost
22Goodbye
23Reminiscent
24Sunrise
25Wyoming

Credits

  • ArtworkHaley Williamson
  • Mastered ByBeatboxbandit
  • ProducerCowode, Walterwarm

Notes

Limited edition of 50.

Video

Album

Smoke Signals by walterwarm & cowode, released 06 June 2016 1. smoke signals 2. where the buffalo roam 3. lost 4. peace pipe 5. reminiscent 6. grab a. hølmes if it wasn't for walterwarm, i wouldn't have gotten into this lofi old school sound, thanks dood. Ryan Bowditch. Ryan Bowditch This is one of my all time favorites. Walterwarm & Cowode - Smoke Signals Full. Tracklist: 0:00 where the buffalo roam 1:23 mountain top 2:41 smoke signals 4:23 lost 5:47 peace pipe 7:17 reminiscent 8:39 grab a bird 9: 2016 25 Songs. Smoke Signals. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and free to walterwarm Smoke Signals Smoke Signals, Where the Buffalo Roam and more. 25 tracks 35:02. Smoke Signals, 2016. Mountain Top, 01:18. Your current browser isn't compatible with SoundCloud. Please download one of our supported browsers. Need help Sorry Something went wrong. Walterwarm Cowode. or open in our Desktop app. Where the Buffalo Roam. Peace Pipe. Grab a Bird. Mountain Top. Natures Way. Smoke Signals is an important movie for Indian Country, and to see these beautifully nuanced Native American characters on the big screen was a revelation for us, says Victor Rocha, conference chair of the National Indian Gaming Assn. Not only could we be the stewards of our own stories, but it proved we could make great movies