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I haven't posted on here for absolutely's a little pirate-cut+paste of all tunes being played in the boogie-shed. Some have been collecting dust and have been played massively by the mixing maestros (you know who you are!) others are of the moment ! As always mainly tropical beats with a splash of cold beers on the beach kind of chill out soundz ! Not to everyone's taste - no worries - pass it by - I promise I will not be offended !

Oh yeah I've just got myself a MySpace area - check it out + drop us a line !

The details....this mix is 74 minutes long and the file size is 84.6 MB
  • ***MP3*** Spring In The Shed Boogie
  • Tracklisting below - enjoy!

    (01) "Back From Africa" - Nickodemus [Wonderwheel]
    (02) "Strung Out King" - GHP
    (03) "Ritmo Tropical" - Quantic & Nickodemus [Candela]
    (04) "Chicago" - A-KO [Melting Pot Music]
    (05) "Baria Cumbia Remix" - Los Hermanos Latinos [White]
    (06) "Salvador Diaspora (Fort Knox Five Mix)" - Rez Riddem [Fort Knox]
    (07) "Rapture Riders" - Blondie Vs The Doors - GHP
    (08) "Time (featuring Corey Harris & Ranking Joe)" - Easy Star All-Stars [Easy Star]
    (09) "Killer (Dub Remix Edit)" - Boozoo Bajou
    (10) "El Pito" - Beatfanatic [Soundscape]
    (11) "Fire" - A-KO [Melting Pot Music]
    (12) "The Sweetest" - NOW [Warp]
    (13) "Lent Et Douloureux / Trois Gymnopedies / Satie" - Isan [Morr]
    (14) "Absolutely Fantastic" - S.A.T
    (15) "San Roque" - The Ipamenas [Farout]
    (16) "You Wish" - NOW [Warp]
    (17) "Malanotte" - Paul Murphy [Afro Art]
    (18) "Bring Me Sunshine" - Morecambe and Wise [EMI]
    (19) "Siren 890" - Plumbline/Roger Eno [Hydrogen Dukebox]

  • SPRING IN THE SHED BOOGIE : Cover to print

  • 'Bushit' (George W Bush vs. Rest of the World mashup) - Mr Lovely

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    While listening to the The Shifde & Slas Session on b00mb0x I came across this great little BUSH mashup - see what you think:

  • ***MP3*** 'Bushit' (George W Bush vs. Rest of the World mashup) - Mr Lovely

  • Collective Discharge
  • Lots more Mr Lovely mashups here!
  • Collective Discharge @ MySpace
  • Mr Lovely @ b00mb0x
  • Two mixes with covers here.

    SECRET KLF MIX: The Sound Of Mu(sic)

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    Hi there, I was just tracking back using Add Stats this monday morning - clicked on one of the search links and found this post on Dub dot dash dating back to August 25, 2005(!).

    It's great mix-up of the classic 1990's CHILL OUT album - the beginnings of the ambient scene.

    The blurb reads that it's a soundtrack to a documentary coming out sometime in 2006(!).

    In true KLF style thats all I can find out - If you happen to know more - please drop me a line!

  • ***MP3*** SECRET KLF MIX: The Sound Of Mu(sic)

  • Original KLF link
  • (In true KLF fashion each link is in the last of the three dots.......)

    SHED BOOGIE TUNE (02.05.06) ::::: Steady Diggin Workshop : Doin' It Well / Dippin' Biscuits / Ghost Biter

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    Steady Diggin Workshop : Doin' It Well / Dippin' Biscuits / Ghost Biter
    Carbon Imprints 7" - CI7004

    Side A
    Doin' It Well (pt. 1) (Carbon Imprints 30sec mp3)
    Side B
    Dippin' Biscuits (pt. 1) (Carbon Imprints 30sec mp3)
    Ghost Biter (Carbon Imprints 30sec mp3)

    Carbon Imprints drop another quality seven from the highly rated Steady Diggin Workshop. First off the bat is the Afro stomper "Doin It Well (Pt 1)". With its driving bassline, percussive drum patterns and chugging acoustic guitar, punctuated by sharp brass riffs, the words 'Kuti', 'Upsetters' and 'Popcorn' spring to mind. On the flip there's a bonus beat of the same track under the title "Ghost Biter", which also snatches parts of RJD2's "Ghostwriter". Lastly you get the monster basslinedriven clip cloppin' funk groover "Dippin' Biscuits" for hip hop tempo party warmin'.

  • Carbon Imprints
  • Steady Diggin Workshop @ MySpace
  • Piccadilly Records
  • SHED BOOGIE TUNE (04.05.06) ::::: Mooch : Sounds Good / Pickinit

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    Mooch : Sounds Good / Pickinit
    Jack To Phono 7" - JTP008

    Side A
    Sounds Good (Piccadilly Records 30sec mp3)
    Side B
    Pickinit (Piccadilly Records 30sec mp3)

    In 2005 Flevans (tru Thoughts) hooked up with the Jack To Phono label to release his debut 7" under the name Mooch. The full length Mooch album, "Sounds Good", is now completed, featuring contributions from Backini, Dr Rubberfunk, JFB and Johnny Tarr (Blackgrass), and this 45 pulls two cuts from it as a sneaky preview Title track "Sounds Good" has an infectious rolling bassline and killer vocal hooks, while "Pickinit" is a real head-nodder; a laid-back funk track dripping with wah wah guitars.

  • Jack To Phono
  • Jack To Phono @ MySpace
  • Piccadilly Records