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Gilles Peterson Worldwide 2010-06-23 Pursuit Grooves Recorded Live From Sonar 2010

23 June, 2010 (11:21) | Electronic music, Gilles Peterson | By: Core News

“We have live music from Pursuit Grooves, from last weekend’s Sonar Festival, plus some words from the Brooklyn producer.
Loads of wicked tunes as Gilles plays music from Nick Rosen, a stomping Seiji remix of Marc de Clive-Lowe, new beats from DJ Madd, New Look, Homeboy Sandman and a Hiroshi Fujiwara twist on Michael Jackson.”
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Gilles Peterson Worldwide 2010-06-23 Pursuit Grooves Recorded Live From Sonar 2010 [Filesonic download]

Tracklist:
1. Lloyd Miller & The Heliocentrics – Salendro
2. Nick Rosen – Ancestral Echoes
3. Kenny Graham, & His Satellites – Utsu
4. Jono McCleery – Tomorrow
5. Anita O’Day – Senor Blues
6. Wes Montgomery – Movin’ Wes Part 2
7. John Blake Jr – Motherless Child
8. Gregory Porter – Pretty
9. Michael Jackson – La La Means I Love You (Hiroshi Fujiwara Dub Remix)
10. James Blake – Cmyk
11. Gang Colours – No Clear Reason
12. Sepulcure – Love Pressure
13. FaltyDL – Phreaqaflex
14. Mark de Clive-Lowe – Truth (Seiji Remix)
15. DJ Madd – Detroit Skank
16. XxXy – Fela
17. Nas, Damian Marley and Mulatu – As We Enter (Nirobiu re edit)
18. Homeboy Sandman – Parallel Perpendicular
19. Rio Hunuki-Hemopo – Ride

20. Pursuit Grooves in Conversation
1. Pursuit Grooves – Pressure
2. Pursuit Grooves – Mister Softee
3. Pursuit Grooves – Whisper

21. Pursuit Grooves Recorded Live From Sonar 2010
1. Pursuit Grooves – Shabaps
2. Pursuit Grooves – What U Want
3. Pursuit Grooves – Push Up
4. Pursuit Grooves – Pressure
5. Pursuit Grooves – Let Me Stay

22. B.Bravo – Computa Love
23. Devonwho – Whispers
24. New Look – Numbers

Comments

Comment from arthit
Time June 26, 2010 at 2:39 pm

Starting off with some lush jazz before heading towards good weighty grooves. Brilliant show. Top tracks: Gang Colours, Mark de Clive Lowe, Sepulcure, DJ Madd, Homeboy Sandman and New Look.