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Everything Is Recorded – “Mountains Of Gold” (Feat. Sampha, Ibeyi, Wiki, & Kamasi Washington) Video

When you own a big-deal record label like XL Recordings, you can get all sorts of people to guest on your songs. Close But Not Quite, XL boss Richard Russell's debut EP under the name Everything Is Recorded, had appearances from Sampha, Warren Ellis, Giggs, Obongjayar, and more, and his latest offering, "Mountains Of Gold,"
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