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    Live House Collection Chapter 1

    Here is the John Kelly mix. Any help with the tracklisting would be much appreciated.

    1. Lisa Stansfield ft Dirty Rotten Scoundrels - People Hold On
    2. ID - Do that dance
    3. Morel's Groove - Let's Groove
    4. ID - so tired of being lonely
    5. Heller & Farley Project - Ultra Flava (Melody Flava)
    5. Heller N Farley Project - Ultra Flava (Pete's Dub)
    6. ID - beats rain down, more and more what you are looking for


    7. ID - beats rain down, more and more what you are looking for
    8. LT Project - Boom
    9. ID - It's so good - Sounds like expression of sound
    10. Sensorya - Give Me Back
    11. ID - feel alright
    12. I Spy - The Looking Glass
    13. Baby Blue - Child (KLM Mix)

    Side 1
    Side 2
    Last edited by k00lworld; 19th September 2019 at 05:42 PM.

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    thanks for sharing this, heres a few additions for the tracklist

    Quote Originally Posted by k00lworld View Post
    John Kelly
    1. Lisa Stansfield ft Dirty Rotten Scoundrels - People Hold On
    2. ID - Do that dance
    3. Morel's Groove - Let's Groove
    4. ID - so tired of being lonely
    5. Heller & Farley Project - Ultra Flava (Melody Flava)
    5. Heller N Farley Project - Ultra Flava (Pete's Dub)
    6. ID - beats rain down, more and more what you are looking for


    7. ID - beats rain down, more and more what you are looking for
    8. LT Project - Boom
    9. ID - It's so good - Sounds like expression of sound
    10. Sensorya - Give Me Back
    11. ID - feel alright
    12. I Spy - The Looking Glass
    13. Baby Blue - Child (KLM Mix)
    this could be the John Kelly CD you were thinking of - https://www.discogs.com/Various-An-I.../master/123804

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    Introspective Of House - 1st Dimension

    I really don't like them mixes, I think it because them tunes on them mixes were played over and over in Raves in the 90's

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    Quote Originally Posted by brady View Post
    thanks for sharing this, heres a few additions for the tracklist



    this could be the John Kelly CD you were thinking of - https://www.discogs.com/Various-An-I.../master/123804
    Thanks for the updates. It was that mix CD I was thinking of. I still have all of the retrospective/introspective mix CDs.

    I still buy the occasional mix cd from the mid 90s. Usually via discogs.

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    Here are two more of the tapes from Chapter 1

    Carl Cox


    Tape 1 Side 1
    1. ??? - i like to, do it like this, i like the way
    2. Metro L.A. - Greenline
    3. Danny Tenaglia - Ohno (Danny's Twisted Realness Mix)
    4. DJ Supreme - Tha Wildstyle (Supreme Ego Remix)
    5. Dave Clarke - Red 2 (Wisdom To The Wise)
    6. ?? - You and I rock, the best yes, Same sample as 2 4 U - We Rock The Best
    7. ??? - Pick It Up
    8. Rudy's Playhouse - Got To Be Free (Acid Overdose Mix)
    9. Black & Brown - Lick It


    Tape 1 Side 2
    1. Black & Brown - Lick It
    2. Natural Born Grooves - Forerunner
    3. Jeff Mills - The Bells
    4. Envoy - Dark Manoeuvres
    5. Josh Wink - Are You There
    6. Carl Cox - Tribal Jedi (Slam Black Drum Mix)
    7. BBE - Seven Days & One Week
    8. ??? - Houseamatic
    9. Purveyors Of Fine Funk - Hot
    10. ??? - Bass Treble
    11. DJ HMC - LSD
    12. The Mod Wheel - Spiritcatcher


    Tony De Vit

    Tape 1, Side 1
    1. Committee - Welcome
    2. Fred & Ginger - The Jam Must Go On
    3. Brainbashers - Take Me Away
    4. Fruitloop - Show Me Love
    5. Tyrant - Dirty Minds
    6. The Handbaggers - U Found Out (Mix?)
    7. JP - Sexy Thing (The Experts Remix)

    Tape 1, Side 2
    7. JP - Sexy Thing (The Experts Remix) (cont)
    8. JP - Sexy Thing (Sexy Disco Mix)
    9. 3 Guys On Warwick feat Devonne - Let Me Tell You Something
    10. Diddy - Give Me Love (Tony De Vit 97 Remix)
    11. The Preacher - U Got Some House
    12. DJ Balloon - For Fun
    13. N.R.G - Never Lost His Hardcore (Baby Doc Remix)




    Unfortunately I have never ripped the Judge Jules tape and it keeps stopping every few seconds for the first and last few minutes of each side. I may have to attempt open heart surgery on the case!

    Any help with the tacklistings would be much appreciated.

    PM me for keys.
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    thanks for sharing these, appreciate

    Quote Originally Posted by k00lworld View Post
    I may have to attempt open heart surgery on the case!
    yeah I was gonna recommend you move the tape reels into another tape case

    or ive seen me gently bending a tape until the case gives off some plastic snapping noises, thats sometimes enough to release the reels

    good luck

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    just noticed something about these sets, the last track from all the sets is the same as the first track on Chapter 2 tapepack, so the sets are split over the 2 tape packs cool

    The Live House Collection (Chapter Two) 96/97

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    Tony De Vit

    1. Committee - Welcome
    2. Fred & Ginger - The Jam Must Go On
    3. Brainbashers - Take Me Away
    4. Fruitloop - Show Me Love
    5. Tyrant - Dirty Minds
    6. [20:00] ??? "shes always talking when she sould be listening" female
    7. JP - Sexy Thing (The Experts Remix)

    7. JP - Sexy Thing (The Experts Remix) (cont)
    8. JP - Sexy Thing (Sexy Disco Mix)
    9. 3 Guys On Warwick feat Devonne - Let Me Tell You Something
    10. Diddy - Give Me Love (Tony De Vit 97 Remix)
    11. The Preacher - U Got Some House
    12. DJ Balloon - For Fun [Mighty]
    13. N.R.G - Never Lost His Hardcore (Baby Doc Remix)

    just 2 IDs for the Carl Cox set (side B)

    7. BBE - Seven Days & One Week (Andy Dux & Hoschi Remix)
    8. Father And The Professor - Housematic (mix?)
    Last edited by brady; 19th September 2019 at 09:10 PM. Reason: updating

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    Quote Originally Posted by k00lworld View Post
    Thanks for the updates. It was that mix CD I was thinking of. I still have all of the retrospective/introspective mix CDs.

    I still buy the occasional mix cd from the mid 90s. Usually via discogs.
    Its a shame I bought so much stuff when I was young and had some very expensive hi fi to play it on. I have played myself to death of nearly everything can't think of anything I want. I was into high end hi fi when I was young totally obsessed with it. I really like them protype cds seb fontaine done, played them all to death. Deep dish played all theie stuff to death. I must of collet nearly all them session cds plyed them all to death and the list goes on.

    I use to walk into hmv every weekend looking for new stuff to buy.

    You forget how popular hmv was in 90s the cues were massive in the norwich one. Full of people.You can see how phones have killed shops of made us lazy.

    I still won't buy clothes with out trying them on can't be arsed with sending them back that shows my age.
    Last edited by gregsta; 19th August 2019 at 08:17 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k00lworld View Post
    Thanks for the updates. It was that mix CD I was thinking of. I still have all of the retrospective/introspective mix CDs.

    I still buy the occasional mix cd from the mid 90s. Usually via discogs.
    https://www.discogs.com/Simon-Dunmor...release/302238

    I don't know if you have heard this but this is a good mix it is 2004 so maybe to late for you. I just can't listern to the same stuff over and over so I go looking for newer stuff. I noticed their is a part 2 to this as well I have not heard that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k00lworld View Post
    Thanks for the updates. It was that mix CD I was thinking of. I still have all of the retrospective/introspective mix CDs.

    I still buy the occasional mix cd from the mid 90s. Usually via discogs.
    https://www.discogs.com/Various-Defe...release/599662

    This is a bit more faster than the first one I recommended I really like this mix. its garage

    I have totally played myself sick of this CD I noticed they have released a ton of stuff I might give some of it a spin I get sick of 90's house.

    Its like livin in a loop of the same music all the time. Hearing the same stuff over and over

    Some of them Simon Dunmore cds are Spanish house not the ones I recommend they are poop I collected a ton of his stuff. If you can open yourself to newer stuff their is some really nice stuff to listern to. Not all of it is banging house like Judge Jules plays or other djs some of it is quite mellow.

    Some of them gatecrasher cds are good as well but they are a bit more banging.
    Last edited by gregsta; 20th August 2019 at 10:26 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregsta View Post
    https://www.discogs.com/Simon-Dunmor...release/302238

    I don't know if you have heard this but this is a good mix it is 2004 so maybe to late for you. I just can't listern to the same stuff over and over so I go looking for newer stuff. I noticed their is a part 2 to this as well I have not heard that.
    Greg your posts confuse me, out of ALL the websites on the internet you've joined a site called 'oldskoolanthems' and type that your sick of listening to old stuff & then recommend CDs from 2004

    call me crazy but im starting to think your posts are a bit off topic

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    Quote Originally Posted by brady View Post
    Greg your posts confuse me, out of ALL the websites on the internet you've joined a site called 'oldskoolanthems' and type that your sick of listening to old stuff & then recommend CDs from 2004

    call me crazy but im starting to think your posts are a bit off topic

    I would say 2004 is old skool now as it's 2019 that makes it about 15 years old. When you first started on this forum about twenty years ago and was talking 1995 it was only five years old.

    You should re word that to talking about music you don't like defiantly old skool now. It might not be to your tastes but it is oldskool.

    And I was only trying to direct him to some stuff he might like listerning to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gregsta View Post
    When you first started on this forum about twenty years ago and was talking 1995 it was only five years old.
    yes and im still talking about 1995

    dont you get it, the years move on but our taste in music stays the same

    its great to see your passionate about 2004 music, but this isn't the forum for that music

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    Quote Originally Posted by brady View Post
    yes and im still talking about 1995

    dont you get it, the years move on but our taste in music stays the same

    its great to see your passionate about 2004 music, but this isn't the forum for that music

    PLEASE NOTE:
    The Oldskool Anthemz (OSA) group is for oldskool discussion, posting your mixes and tune id's but must be of an 'oldskool' genre/nature

    It one post it not like I go on about it all the time and I would say that something that is 15 years old is still old skool it not your place to say that as its not your forum.

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