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cavin:

also, check out luke chable. similar vein to jonathan lisle. I have a couple of his mixes that I'll upload eventually.

cavin:

your inquiry made me re-listen to the mixes I upped & I'm loving them. looking forward to listening to your uploads!

recorded1:

@RFT: pretty sure JL is long gone, but there are 6 years of touring and appearances out there somewhere. thanks for looking.

recorded1:

If you know of similar DJ's i'm all ears, I am a sucker for tripped out breaks.

recorded1:

I have had the mixes I UL'd on my ipod@ work for years, every time they come up on shuffle I am reminded I must find the others

cavin:

recorded1, just curious, but why the interest in jonathan lisle in '17? seems really random. but good. :-)

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Wez G - Free The Planet

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  • Title: Free The Planet
  • Artist: Wez G
  • Album: Free The Planet
  • Year: 2011
  • Genre: House
  • Length: 79:24 minutes (182.23 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 320Kbps (CBR)
Tracklisting: 
1. Tricky - Time To Dance (Maya Jane Coles remix) [Domino]
2. Kasabian - Underdog (Sasha Remix) [Sony BMG]
3. Phreek Plus One - Passion feat. Mr. White (DJ T. Remix Instrumental) [Compost]
4. Morgan King - I'm Free (Soma Remix) [Accidental Music]
5. BT - Lullaby For Gaia [Perfecto]
6. Alan Fitzpatrick - Moon Palace (Wez G Inspired Edit) [White]
7. MANIK (NYC) - Kent Ave (Warriors) (Original Mix) [Ovum Recordings]
8. Chambao - Pokito A Poko (David Ferrero Housepark Remix) [Sony BMG]
9. Vincenzo, Talking Props - Seduction (Original Mix) [Dessous Recordings]
10. Jody Wisternoff - Shivver (Original Mix) [Anjunadeep]
11. Sasha, Krister Linder - Cut Me Down (Original Mix) [Last Night On Earth]
12. Gabriel Ananda - Hey Blop (Original Mix) [Basmati]
13. Way Out West - Surrender (SommerStad Remix) [Armada Music]
14. Róisín Murphy - Cry Baby (Paul Oakenfold Mix) [EMI]

It's been a long summer and there's been a break in my regular mixes. Anyway I'm back with a bang and keen to 'Free The Planet'. Watching the news here in the UK over the past year or so and I am detecting a disturbing pattern of police brutality and the erosion of our fundamental human rights. George Orwell's '1984' warns of a 'Big Brother' society where every thought is monitored and people punished for the most minor of detours from the authorities' policies. To me house music represents freedom. The feeling of unity you can only experience in the middle of the dancefloor gives people breath and helps you to evade the oppression of our masters. I don't want everyone to listen to this and go out smashing the windows in JJB Sports for some new trainers in a violent orgy of looting. Just turn on the speakers, enjoy what (good) summer weather we have left and chill to the sounds of liberty.

http://djwezg.com/djset45freetheplanet.html

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