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Frank Eddie - AWEMix 2012

The South Trio - Sometimes I Wish It Would Snow (Fred Deakin's Impotent Fury Remix) (Shift)
Ultraista - Small Talk (Four Tet Remix) (I Am Fortified)
Trujillo - Acapulco Gold (Apersonal Music)
Simple Minds - New Gold Dream (81-82-83-84) (Virgin)
Hideo Kobayashi - Rhapsody In Blue (Inner Films)
Velferd - The Aspens Turning Gold (Untz)
Redbone - Niji Trance (Epic)
K. Frimpong & Super Complex Sounds - Ahyewa (Hide And Smile Edit) (Soundway)
Stein Urheim - Bandlaus (Hubro)
Ray Bryant - On Green Dolphin Street (Columbia)
Bunker Hill - Little Red Ridin' Hood And The Wolf (Jukebox Jam Series)
Beastie Boys - Pop Your Balloon (White Label)
Jake Thackray - The Black Swan (Live) (EMI)
Kodiak - Spreo Superbus (Numbers.)
Bjørn Torske - Nitten Nitti (Harvey's Not Normal Mix) (Smalltown Supersound)
Aloe Blacc - Loving You Is Killing Me (Mano Le Tough Remix) (Permanent Vacation)
James White & The Blacks - Almost Black (Richard Sen's Padded Cell Edit) (Strut)
Gino Vannelli - Wheels Of Life (A&M)
Richard Hawley - Long Black Train (Mute)


I like this mix review from Art Wednesday:

"Fred Deakin is one half of the Mercury-nominated Lemon Jelly, who have been making laid-back grooves and chilled-out beats for over a decade. Fred has recently branched out on his own under the moniker Frank Eddie, and continues to provide perfect soundtracks to kicking back or strapping a pair of headphones around your bonce and getting lost in, be it his own tunes or his remixes, or in this case, his mixtapes.

We asked Fred to put us together a mix for #2 of our exclusive mixtape series and if you have a listen to what he came back with, we think you’ll agree he’s stepped up to the decks and made something pretty special, dipping into his eclectic record collection and weaving together some carefully selected tunes with an effortless flow. Fred’s label Impotent Fury has been behind magical club nights and releases since it came to being in 1997, so needless to say, this guy knows his stuff. In his AW Mix he takes us from house, to rock ‘n’ roll, to hip-hop, to afro-beat via a plethora of weird and wonderful tracks from his vast repertoire of DJ ammunition. Whether you’re winding down, on the move or just working away, you’d be a coconut not to throw on Frank Eddie’s Art Wednesday mix, a wondrous aural backdrop for all occasions."