3CDs, and 3 completely different mixes of grooves – each handled by a different DJ appearing at the Southport Weekender! As might be guessed, legendary jazzman
Gilles Peterson is our favorite here – and he proves that he's still got an ear for the classic by spinning up a 13 track mix of jazz, Latin, and funk gems – with titles that include "Song Of Hope" by William Parker, "A Child Runs Free" by Fred Johnson, "Gibraltar" by Freddie Hubbard, "Brazilian Skies" by Bill Summers, "Sound Table" by Cameo, "Nightingale" by Dee Felice Trio, "Sweet Power Your Embrace" by James Mason, and "Mother Of The Future" by Norman Connors. Miguel Migs follows up with 14 tracks of soulful house – including "My Own Way Home" by Amy Helm, "Safe"by Kaskade, "Mon Amor (Pufo's deep vibes mix)" by DJ Pufo, "Nights Like These (Beards 3 Blades dub)" by Fish Go Deep, "Trippin On Love" by Aaron Ross Rain People with Marcus Begg, and "Moving On (Migs dub)" by Miguel Migs. Last up is Joey Negro – who cuts things up mightily on a mix of old and new dancefloro tunes that include "Just Do It (Joey Negro mix)" by Sunburst Band, "It Looks Like Love (Sept 83 mix)" by Goody Goody, "Brother On The Run (Mousse's club)" by Mousse T, "Get Your Own (Joey Negro club)" by Doug Willis, "That's How Much I Love You (Big Moses club)" by Ambrosia, "Worlds" by Passion Dance Orchestra, and "All About The Paper (Joey Negro re-edit)" by The Dells. Lots of music, and a great price!
(Out of print, outer slipcover has some edgewear.)