Chill Kechil | Kechil and Serve

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Kechil and Serve

by Chill Kechil

In this follow up to his self-titled debut album, Chill Kechil has created a musical cocktail of jazz, beats, lounge, smooth house and other special ingredients. Directions: Shake (do not stir), Kechil and Serve.
Genre: Electronic: Chill out
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1. Dream Sequence
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5:17 $0.50
2. Jazz Set
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4:58 $0.50
3. Sammy Joe
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5:45 $0.50
4. Lush Us
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6:25 $0.50
5. Cheap Shoes
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4:38 $0.50
6. Whatsoever
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4:19 $0.50
7. Who Called the Cops
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5:26 $0.50
8. Silky Way
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4:49 $0.50
9. Thing of Beauty
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6:24 $0.50
10. How High is the Sky
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4:53 $0.50
11. Muy Hermosa (Radio Edit)
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6:16 $0.50
12. Muy Hermosa (Extended Mix - Remastered)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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"Kechil and Serve" nearly a year in the making, is Chill Kechil's follow up to the self-titled debut album. His signature sound influenced by jazz, lounge, and smooth house resonates throughout the album. The album begins with a Dream Sequence leading the way to tracks representing life events including a lifetime of jazz admiration (Jazz Set) the birth of a new friend (Sammy Joe) a brush with the authorities (Who Called the Cops) and bad footwear (Cheap Shoes).


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