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John Digweed live at Axis, Boston, 28-07-1997

Not sure if anyone caught this one but on Digweed's Transitions 300th show last week he played an old recorded set from 1997 that was never released before.

I thought it was easily among the best Digweed sets ever recorded. The different genres/sounds he used in this set was unlike any other set I heard from him.

01. ID
02. ID
03. BT - Remember (BT Blue Memory Dub)
04. Charly Brown - Freaked Out
05. Mariah Carey - Honey (Morales Dub)
06. Alababa 3 - Speed Of The Sound Of Loneliness (Self Preservation Society Cained Club Mix)
07. Smashing Pumpkins - The End Is The Beginning Is The End (Rabbit In The Moon's Infinite Madness Mix)
08. ID
09. ID
10. ID
11. ID
12. Digital Monkeys - Billy Moog
13. Pink Bomb - Purple Kush
14. ID
15. Lustral - Everytime (Nalin & Kane Remix)
16. LSG - Fragile (Part 2)
17. ID
18. ID
19. ID
20. ID
21. ID
22. ID
23. ID



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Oh nice, thanks for sharing.

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Oh nice, thanks for sharing.



NP, you won't be disappointed.

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thanks.

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Here's another upload of the show in 192 kbps, as opposed to OP's VBR which balances out at 149 (probably just my head but it sounds muddy to me, the bass line doesn't 'oomph').

It's split into two parts (the first link at least, the one from Hotfile), but cuts off the last track Digweed plays after he says thanks for listening to the show.

http://mixing.dj/2010/05/28/john-di...dio-28-05-2010/

P.S. that mix of Remember is badass. It actually like this version


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The opening track is really lush. Would love an ID on that one.

EDIT: This whole set is fucking gold. Really deep, groovy and trancey, builds up really nicely and the mixing is smooth as fuck. I just wish Diggers would stop trying to sell me his compilation/tour/label throughout.


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The opening track is really lush. Would love an ID on that one.

EDIT: This whole set is fucking gold. Really deep, groovy and trancey, builds up really nicely and the mixing is smooth as fuck. I just wish Diggers would stop trying to sell me his compilation/tour/label throughout.


Haha true those interruptions were pretty annoying, but yeah absolutely agree with everything you said. The first hour to me was the best part of the set, where he was laying down what seemed to be deep houseish tunes.

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Thanks for sharing this.

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Nice one, thanks for sharing


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Nice!

RIP Axis/Avalon.


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Blue Memory Dub has always been the only mix of Remember I like. Downloading

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