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Southport Weekender Vol. 5 (Dimitri From Paris, Jazzie B)

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Product details

  • Audio CD (12 Jun. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Endulge
  • ASIN: B000FIM334
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 306,555 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Intro/Pandemonium - Jay Dee
2. Dollar (Let The Dollar Circulate) - Steve Spacek
3. Got to Be Love - Brass Construction
4. Makossa - Neon Phusion
5. Sow Into You (Bugz In The Attic Remix) - Roisin Murphy
6. I Got Rhythm - Soul Fuzion
7. Night In Brazil (Kenny Dope Remix) - Leon Ware
8. Conundrum (Grimey Mix) - Landslide
9. Batakua Chan Chan - Soul Creation
10. A Drumstick And A Light Fixture/My Joy - Dennis Ferrer
See all 21 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. They Can't Stop It! - Kenny Dope
2. Afrotasia (Terry Hunter Remix) - Solodinjgo
3. Be Thankful - Terry Hunter
4. Mary, Mary - Grand High Priest
5. When It Was Called House - Soul Creation
6. Hate Won't Change Me - Byron Stingily
7. The Way You Love Me (Dim's T.S.O.P. Version) - Ron Hall
8. Sunshine (Terry Hunter Remix) - Terisa Griffin
9. Mash It Up - Fanatix
10. Spirit - Libby Jones
See all 14 tracks on this disc

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Simon V on 7 Jun. 2006
Format: Audio CD
When I first got this album I was to be frank a little disappointed. I already have the previous Southport albums so I am guess I expected something in a similar vein. However having listened to this for the best part of a month I can tell you that it is fantastic. Whereas some of the other Southport mixes by Joey Negro, DJ Spen and Quentin Harris are quickly accessible, these two mixes simply take a little more time to sink in.

Kenny Dope's album covers a cross section of musical styles from broken beat to dubby instrumentals and classic vocal styles too. His mixing is top notch and the overall vibe is very upbeat - for anyone who has been to a Weekender his set would be ideal in the connoisseurs Corner.

Terry Hunter's set covers a more house and afro beat route which would be more at home in the powerhouse room. Again the mixing is great and the programming very slick. I didn't give this 5 stars because I personally didn't like the "Kenny Dope in The House you suckers" over dubs but this is a small criticism.
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For years Terry Hunter has been my favorite contemporary DJ, hands down. Kenny Dope has always intrigued me with his remixes of various tracks. After hearing this particular Southport Weekender compilation I now have an even greater respect for both.

Lets' start with Kenny Dope. As one half of the Masters At Work, he created a buzz with his drum programming and fierce Ken Dog beats. Here he showcases his other talent - the phat mix! Tracks 2 and 3 are a serious throwback to the good old days of the 70's, but there are other tracks more thrown in for good measure; you will seriously move your body! His transitions are right on time, and as a bonus he switches up the flavor so that the genres change slightly. But then again isn't House a feeling???

Terry Hunter does what he does best, and that is going every which way but loose! Right from the start he also shows incredible range by weaving in and out of "sub-genres" all while maintaining the steady beat count and rhythmic flow. A few of the tracks stand to be familiar anyhow, but when Terry Hunter plays them, there is just something different about them! Extra kudos to him for taking us back to how we used to do in Chicago, and then for taking us full circle at the end with a remix of a classic.

I was fortunate enough to experience the Southport Weekender, and to see Terry Hunter. Listening to this CD set is guaranteed to be the next best ting to being there. Highly recommended!!!!!
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By Sandy Martin on 12 Mar. 2010
Format: Audio CD
If you're like me and fork out out $45 for a CD you want fireworks. Right or wrong? So if
you're into this kinda thing and you know these two guys you'd be frothing at the mouth like
a wild dog. If you have read the other reviews on this one don't believe the hype.... they're
too pumped up in my opinion. Obviously, between the two there is amazing talent, but if I
offend anyone with this I cannot apologize.....this is dull and boring and offers nothing but
an inflated price tag...OOPS!....Kenny you've done it to me again. Only this time you had a
different acomplice...painful.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Macdonald on 7 Jan. 2007
Format: Audio CD
This is a superb collection of the all time classic tracks from the Southport Weekender. Anyone who has ever been to the weekender will recognise these tunes and will instantly want to be there again.

I have many of these tracks already but having them all back to back on a double disc album is a treat.

The weekender only happens twice a year, this takes you there every time it's played.
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I bought this ages ago but still listen to it now... Well worth the money ... Some great tunes on it...
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