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Sasha - Club Logic, LA. - 21/12/1997

  • Title: 1997-12-21 Club Logic, Los Angeles
  • Artist: Sasha
  • Album: Club Logic, Los Angeles
  • Year: 1997
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Length: 121:38 minutes (222.72 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 256Kbps (CBR)

Setlist from other source..prob got mistakes..

01. Fathers of Sound - Water (mix?)
02. ID "fall in love with me" female
03. Hardfloor 'Mahohgany Roots (Work Remix)
04. Pink Bomb - Indica
05. Marco Zaffrano - The Band
06. Three Drives on Vinyl - Greece 2000
07. ID chuggy
08. Van Bellen - Let Me Take You (On A Journey)
09. LSG - Train of Thought 1.1
10. DJ JDM & Georgio - Subversal
11. ID slacker style bassline
12. ID breaks "you got to go wild" male
13. Major North - Annihilate (Lakota records)
14. Crystal Method - Keep Hope Alive (BT Mix)
15. Mortal - Autobanha

Rating Average: 10 (2 votes)



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Sasha - Club Logic, LA. - 21/12/1997

this is a brilliant mix, the quality is awful though....

Sasha @ Club Logic, LA - 12-21-97 VIDEOS

Pretty sure these videos are from this show - it says they were taken from a club called The West End in Santa Monica, but if you look at the screen behind him, it says Logic. Part 1 is about an hour into the mix. Enjoy!

Part 1 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXpURO4St1U
Part 2 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WXUeGPcNXw
Part 3 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8a3YK5hNRM

Miss comment

Isnt there a way to remove a comment done ? ^^
What ever, nice song. :)

Yessir...

This is Sasha come the very tail end of the epic house era, in some ways similar to the '97 S&D GU. Chill, groovy & heavy at different moments. I caught Sasha a few times in '97, & I'm not afraid to admit I shook my rump more than once. A gnarly break slides in nonchalantly c. 1hr23 or 1hr24. Come 1hr45, we're back w/the ethereal epic prog buzz. I forgot how fond I was of this tune.