Foodism 2015

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Foodism - Issue 23 2017

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English | PDF | 132 pages | 30 MB

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Foodism Magazine - Christmas 2015  Magazines

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Foodism Magazine - Christmas 2015

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Foodism - Issue 7, 2015  Magazines

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Foodism - Issue 7, 2015

Foodism - Issue 7, 2015
English | PDF | 100 pages | 22 MB

Foodism is London's largest food and drink magazine.

Foodism - Issue 6, 2015  Magazines

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Foodism - Issue 6, 2015

Foodism - Issue 6, 2015
English | PDF | 100 pages | 23 MB

Foodism is London's largest food and drink magazine.

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Foodism - Issue 5, 2015

Foodism - Issue 5, 2015
English | PDF | 100 pages | 22 MB

Foodism is London's largest food and drink magazine.

Foodism - Issue 4, 2015  Magazines

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Foodism - Issue 4, 2015

Foodism - Issue 4, 2015
English | PDF | 100 pages | 23 MB

Issue 4, London food and drink edition.

Foodism - Issue 3, 2015  Magazines

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Foodism - Issue 3, 2015

Foodism - Issue 3, 2015
English | HQ PDF | 100 pages | 23 MB

Foodism Magazine - Issue 2, 2015  Magazines

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Foodism Magazine - Issue 2, 2015

Foodism Magazine - Issue 2, 2015
English | HQ PDF | 100 Pages | 22.30 Mb
Marcus Miller - Afrodeezia (2015) [Official Digital Download 24-bit/96kHz]

Marcus Miller - Afrodeezia (2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 65:08 minutes | 1,34 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

"Afrodeezia" is bassist Marcus Miller's debut for Blue Note Records. Produced by the artist, the 11-track set features his core band – saxophonist Alex Han, trumpeter Lee Hogans, pianist Brett Williams, guitarist Adam Agati, and drummer Louis Cato – with an international list of guests. The music was inspired by Miller's work as a UNESCO artist for peace, and as a spokesperson for the Slave Route project.