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Ancient-Future.Com Records

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Ancient-Future.Com Records is a label specializing in world music fusions associated with the group Ancient Future.
Releases on file (4)
Ancient Future  — Planet Passion Ancient Future — Planet Passion
(Ancient-Future.Com Records AF 2010, 2001, CD)
Mariah Parker — Sangria Mariah Parker — Sangria
(Ancient-Future.Com Records AF 2017, 2008, CD)
Ancient Future — Yearning for the Wind Ancient Future — Yearning for the Wind
(Ancient-Future.Com Records AF 20302, 2014, DL / Enhanced AV CD)
Mariah Parker — Indo Latin Jazz Live in Concert Mariah Parker — Indo Latin Jazz Live in Concert
(Ancient-Future.Com Records AF 20142, 2016, XS)

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