716 Playlists – Mark Du Mosch Playlist
25.08.11 - Guillaume - 716lavie
This playlist looks exactly like one I could have posted : reggae-dub, space disco, deep electro, hardcore, funk, soundtrack and a guilty pleasure ! Damn !
He found the idea of doing a playlist with 10 tracks he loves a lot of fun So here it is.
– “Captain Bligh” from the Outerworld EP, the 2nd release of the Moustache Techno series
– “Blue Sphere” from the Exegesis Ep on Tabernacle records
To listen to the Playlist in continuous mode :
1) Blackbeard – I Wah Dub – 07 – ‘Nough
When i was 7 years old, my brother was jogging one day and found a cassette tape next to the road. He gave it to me and i have been playing it ever since. One of the deepest dub albums i’ve ever heard.
2) Arpadys – Monkey Star
The ultimate Space Disco track. Merciless and chaotic. It always hits the tilt button in my head. After i heard it i just had to have it and this is one of the few records that i paid a lot of money for.
3) Rhythim is Rhythim – Kaotic Harmony
An unbelievable and timeless piece of music. It’s more then 20 years old but still sounds totally futuristic today.
4) Jan & Curley – A1 – Part1
After the Hotmix recordstore in The Hague had closed it’s doors, Ferenc (I-f) ran a small mailorder from home. You couldn’t listen to the records and so i gambled on this one. When it arrived i immediately loved it. It’s an excerpt from a liveset by Jan from Unit Moebius and the late Curley, who was a legendary dj/producer around that time. I’ve sold most of my hardcore records from the old days, but couldn’t let this one go. Those dolphin-like sounds are just so nice.
5) Drexciya – Surface Terrestrial Colonization
From all the tracks of the mythical Drexciya, i feel that this one has the biggest personal touch to it.
6) Ennio Morricone – My Name is Nobody
One of the most uplifting pieces of music i’ve ever heard. This speaks directly to the soul and lifts it.
7) Eddie Hazel – California Dreamin’
From Funkadelic guitar hero Eddie Hazel’s first solo album. A laidback, flowing funk jam with beautiful vocals on top.
8) Astrud Gilberto – So Nice Summer Samba
I’ve listened to this song since forever (my parents played it a lot) and still think it’s great. So smooth and easy and i always get a lot of nice memories from it.
9) Joe Smooth – Promised Land
Joe Smooth’s Promised Land will live forever. They just don’t make ’em like this anymore.
10) Wham! Blue (Live in China)
*guilty pleasure alert* When i was 12 years old I was a big Wham fan and this live-version was on one of their lp’s. George Michael has been ridiculed a lot in recent years, but check out how electrifying this performance is. I think he wrote all of it too.