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"Welcome to another edition of the Essential Mix here exclusive to One FM where tonight we welcome Moby. Better known as an artist than a DJ really but don't underestimate him. From New York City tonight to coincide with the closing night of the New Music Seminar running over in Manhattan right now........ we hand over the controls to the man himself.......2 hours in the mix.........from Moby......................"
This is the original broadcast of the Moby Essential Mix transmitted on Saturday 23rd July, 1994, restored to its full 2 hour glory.
Now this is the first time I have heard this and I think its an absolute GEM. Ok the mixing is not as tight as it could be in parts but the track selection is awesome. He may not be known for being a DJ but he has certainly put together a storming set. He even switches the speeds of the two playing tunes towards the end of the mix something I used to do myself back in my "breakdance crew" in the early 80's..all in all an AWESOME Essential Mix and one of the few lost gems peeps never listened too.
This is how the show was originally Broadcast.
1: Panic - Voices Of Energy (Ozone)
2: Eric B & Rakim - Follow The Leader (Uni)
3: Time Zone - The Wildstyle (Celluloid)
4: Soulsonic Force - Renegades Of Funk (Tommy Boy)
5: Moby - Next Is The E (Instinct)
6: Sundowners - Jungle Line (Entity Records)
7: Omegaman - Happy Organ (Definitive Boomer)
8: Tribal Jazz - Freaky (Vibe)
9: Project Sound - Sweet In The Morning (Hardtrax)
11: Project Sound - Sweet In The Morning (Hardtrax)
12: Nitzer Ebb - Let Your Body Learn (Mute)
13: Seventh Heaven - In The Mountains (3 Beat)
14: Outlander - Outlander (R&S)
15: Ralph Rosario - You Used To Hold Me (Hot Mix 5)
16: Moby - Hymm (Mute)
17: Orbital - Speed Freak (ffrr)
18: Michael Jackson - Beat It (Version) (Epic)
19: Blame - Music Takes You (Movin' Shadow)
20: Afrika Bambattaa & Soulsonic Force - Planet Rock (Tommy Boy)
21: Moby - Next Is The E (Instinct)
22: Rollo Goes Camping - Get Off Your High Horse (Cheeky)
23: Gongo - Master Blaster (ffrr)
24: Luvspunge - Do You Feel What I'm Feeling (Spiritual)
25: Joanna Law - First Time Ever (Easy Street)
26: Schooly D - Parkside 5-2 (Jive)
27: Speedy J - Evolution (Plus 8)
28: Orbital - Chime (Power Music)
29: Chuggles - Thank You (Prescription Underground)
30: Peter Parker - Wow & Flutter (Deaf, Dumb, Blind)
32; Peter Parker - Wow & Flutter (Deaf, Dumb, Blind)
33: Baccus - Romario (Fullhouse)
34: Looney Tunes - Just As Long As I Got You (Nu Groove)
35: Fast Eddie - Yo Yo Get Funky (DJ International)
36: The Minutemen - OK, Alright (Smokin')
37: Moby - Move (Mute)
38: Mike Ink - Vinyl Countdown (Edge)
39: Audio Two - Top Billin (First Priority)
40: Prince - If I Was Your Girlfriend (Paisley Park)
41: Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five - New York, New York (Sugarhill)
This is just one - 2 Hour Lossless Flac file
A cuesheet is included to split the mix into the tracks above.
Ive altered the tracklist a little because as usual its incorrect on all your tracklist sites. it is still not 100% accurate though but its better than it was before.
Utilising some clever cuesheet skullduggary Ive created a fpl file which when dragged into www.foobar2000.org will cut out the news and give you a seamless mix (I think Ive lined the beats up correctly, judge for yourself and let me know)
TONG WATCH: Tong speaks at Mins : Secs
You can edit it Tong out yourself if you want using the above times. A good free editor to do this is audacity.sourceforge.net
IMPORTANT: Dont edit anything until you have finished Seeding (You can of course make a copy of this elsewhere on your HDD and edit that)
TECH Info: Original Capture to 3 Hour VHS Cassette Saturday 23rd July, 1994 from Sony AV FM reciever (external ariel)
Transfer to PC using Philips Nicam stereo VCR to M AUDIO 1010LT soundcard
Captured using Adobe Audition 2
Cue points set in Adobe Audition 2
Encoded to Flac 1.1.2. usung FLAC Frontend Level 8
No audio processing has been done to the original recording this is how it was captured.
Number 8 in the Plugg Restoration series.
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April 2006 (plugg)