2. fLako Lonely Town feat. Dirg Gerner
3. Lee Burton Breath
[Klik Records Promo]
4. Dillon Tip Tapping
5. Crusaders Message From The Innercity (Prommer & DiGioa Revisit)
6. Little Dragon Ritual Union (Alex Barck Remix)
7. emanative & Ahmed Abdullah Lions Of Judah
8. Unity Sextet Dance Of The Pharaohs
9. Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra Keep Believing (TP Transition)
10. Freddie Gibbs & Madlib Deep
11. Blundetto Hercules
12. Curtis Mayfield Right On For The Darkness
14. Gizelle Baby Don't Go
15. The Vonns So Many Days
16. Frances Burr & KJ Trio I Say No, No More
17. A Group Called The Smiths I Just Wanna Make Love To You
18. Traffic Forty Thousand Headman
19. A Group Called The Smiths Baby It's You
20. Traffic Don't Be Sad
21. The Ravens My Baby's Gone
22. Nina Simone Work Song
23. Handy Man Sparks Of Rythm
24. Blows Against The Empire The Baby Tree
25. Jimi Hendrix If Six Was Nine
26. Fleetwood Mac Worried Dream
27. Blue Matter Louisiana Blues
28. Traffic Free Me
29. Jimi Hendrix Little Wing
31. Gangrene Dump Truck (Instrumental)
32. Gerry Read All By Myself
33. Gregory Porter 1969 What? (Opolopo Kick & Bass Rerub)
. . . fully into this foggy & sunny autumn november mood, music to make you feel warm and comfortable, and you can dance if you want to . . . loads of new stuff floating around, brilliant remixes by Theo Parrish for Far Out and Alex Barck with his excellent work for Little Dragon plus the new heavy version of the Steve Reid (R.I.P.) signature tune by emanative and soulful electronics with Lee Burton out of Greece. fLako slowly becoming a regular on this program, he is one of the most talented producers around right now, a sweet little song by Dillon out of Berlin, a very young upcoming producer out of the UK, who has learned his Theo P lessons very very well, Gerry Read, rounding things off wih a brandnew Blundetto version of a classic and a bit of left of center HipHop plus replay for one of THE tunes of 2011: 1960 What?
Then into a different flavour, Blues and Rythm & Blues is the word with Marcel Vogels Blue Tape.
Here's a little note in his own words:
"Just a quick note regarding this mix. I was on my way to a festival this summer and at the train
station I bought a Best of Fleetwood Mac CD. At some point on the transfer bus I encountered
Worried Dreams which probably is the most intense song I ve ever heard. You know you could
say my father died brokenhearted but lived the Blues before he died and I miss him sometimes
and the Blues brings him a little bit closer again. This is for him." Marcel Vogel, November 2011.
Thanks a lot Marcel for yet another brilliant and different flavoured outstanding mixtape!
enjoy the music.