dimanche 11 avril 2010

Francois K.: Essential Mix

Here's a truely essential mix by the living legend Francois Kevorkian. The French born François K. started dejaying in nyc's underground clubs in 1976. Since then he crossed the decades as a talented dj & producer in New York and all over the world.

Read about how essential Francois K.is on cieloclub.com.
Hear him live every monday at his Deep Space residency.
And listen to François Kevorkian's essential mix right now!

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Laurent Garnier 'Barbiturik Blues (Carl Craig Mix)' (F Communication)
Theo Parrish 'Falling Up (Carl Craig Mix)' (Third Ear)
2 Dollar Egg 'Module Shaker (Tomie Nevada Mix)' (i220)
William Burroughs 'Naked Lunch (Acapella)'
Erotic 'Discourse' (20:20 Vision)
Beat Pharmacy 'Floating' (Special Edit)' (Deep Space Media)
Mathias Schaffhauser 'Lost Vox (Pan Pot Remix)' (Ware)
Trentemoeller 'Sun Stroke' (Poker Flat)
Audision 'Vanish' (Playmade)
Carl Craig 'Darkness (Max Remix)' (Planet E)
Joris Voorn 'Believer' (Sino)
Ananda 'Heizkissen' (Platzhirsch)
Axwell & Ingrosso '82-83' (Superstar)
Paul Mac 'Programmed' (Adult Records)
Suburban Knight 'Elimination' (Dark Print)
Diego 'Fear And Tension (part 1)' (U-Turn)
Samuel L. Sessions 'South Amercian Dubs (pt2)' (Phont Music)
Martin H. 'It Ain't Easy (Samuel L. Sessions Mix) (Invent Recordings)
CRM 'Happy Endings (Floppy Sounds Remix)' (Wavetec)
Vince Watson 'Sunrise' (Bio)
DJ Madskillz 'Redux' (100% Pure)
Mode Selector 'Kill Bill Vol.4' (Bpitch Control)
Evil Jack 'The Getaway (Kink Rubdown)' (Odori)
Missing Link 'Golf' (Wagon Repair)

Part 2 (Recorded Live At Deep Space, New York City, USA)
Kuniyuki 'Earth Beats (Clouds Of Dust Guitar Mix)' (Mule Musiq)
Lindstrom & Prins Thomas 'Turkish Delight' (Eskimo)
Trentemoeller 'Sun Stroke' (Poker Flat)
Vince Watson & Paul Mac 'Two' (Influenced)
Dave Ellesmere 'Isolated Blue Cube' (Kanzleramt)
Jimi Hendrix 'And The Gods Make Love' (MCA)
Ed Rush & Optical 'Satellites' (Virus)
Craig Mack 'Flava In Your Ear' (Arista)
Lil' Kim 'Lighters Up' (Atlantic)
Damian Marley 'Master Has Come Back' (Tuff Gong / Universal)