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This review is from: Renaissance: The Mix Collection Part 2 - Mixed by John Digweed (1995) (Audio CD)
3 CD's here. I've hardly listened to the first one to be honest (Start of the night vocally type stuff) but the other 2 are superb. I mean really superb.
CD2: Opens up with the stupendous "A prayer to the music" which is electronica in all it's synthetic glory. A huge tune this. Moves nicely in to "Calling your name" which has to rate as one of the most played Trance tunes of all time. Still great though.
The mix starts getting pretty funky form here on with some highlights being Noo Tropic and Fluke. The Future funk EP and Schunderfloss are 2 of my favourite tunes on this CD. Just funky as. CD2 finishes in dark mode as Schunderfloss and Compass Error round things up.
CD3: Again a storminng mix of Underground cream. "La Tour" was actually being played in a club at the start of "Basic Instinct"
Opus III's Hand in Hand is timeless as is Twist and Shout by the effervesant Quivver. "Dreamtime" is a highlight as are Blue Amazon who were always ahead of the game. The mix into Children is great and "The Love Thang" beefs it up to finish.
I still love the last 2 of these CD's