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Wez G - Shaman of the Tribe

Cover (front)
  • Title: Shaman of the Tribe
  • Artist: Wez G
  • Album: Shuffle Records
  • Genre: House
  • Length: 79:54 minutes (182.9 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 320Kbps (CBR)
Tracklisting: 
1. Blue States & The Adi Tribe - Hello Kombai [Kensaltown Records]
2. Saint Etienne - Only Love Can Break Your Heart (Foxbase Beta Mix) [White]
3. Primal Scream - Loaded (Terry Farley Re-Mix) [Junior Boys Own]
4. Cosmic Boogie - Railroad Man (Ashley Beedle's Soul Train Edit) [White]
5. Black Science Orchestra - New Jersey Deep [Junior Boys Own]
6. Massive Attack - Unfinished Sympathy (Kamouflage Loves Fred remix) [White]
7. Last Rhythm - Last Rhythm (Tom Middleton Mix) [White]
8. Armand Van Helden - The Witch Doctor (Eddie Thoenick remix) [White]
9. Bon Jovi - Living on a Prayer (Denis A remix) [White]
10. Little Boots - Earthquake (Sasha remix) [679 Recordings]
11. Denis A - Heaven [Plastic Music]
12. The Luna Project - I Wanna Be Free (Original Factory Mix) [White]
13. Adam Freeland & The Suri Tribe - Kin [Kensaltown Records]
14. Hybrid & The Suri Tribe - Komoru [Kensaltown Records]
15. Moodswings - Redemption Song [React]

In ancient times, every tribe had a shaman who was the medecine man and spiritual leader of the community. Often under the influence of locally produced drugs such as Mescaline or Ayahuasca or Iboga, in ecstatic trances, the shaman would bring back from the spiritual world key knowledge that would help his fellow tribesmen. As society developed, so did organised religion and the shamen were locked up and kept away as 'madmen' while priests and vicars served the rulers and books took over from the ancient medecines. In recent times we have seen club culture develop and society has taken an about turn. Banging to the beat of a shamanic drum, DJs have taken the place of the local choirs as people seek to trance out in the company of others in raves and nightclubs. We have gone full circle and today's shaman is the DJ. Welcome to a mix of tribal sounds from the 21st Century. Go into a trance and in your state of bliss remember the ancients...

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Comments

Great tracks, but...

Awesome AWESOME tracks on display here, but there's no cohesion to the set. Some of the mixouts don't quite work, either.

Loved it

Damn this is one fantastic mix. Loved every second of it.

Excellent mix!

I had to come back and make this a perfect 10/10 after hearing that closing song! What a great selection!