Gilles Peterson Worldwide 2010-10-06 Brownswood Basement with DJ Shadow

Special edition this week! Gilles Peterson plays tunes back to back with the mighty DJ Shadow!
“Soul, hip-hop, House, Afro, Latin, Dubstep, Jazz and beyond. Gilles digs deep into his collection for some musical gems in this latest Brownswood Basement.”
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Gilles Peterson Worldwide 2010-10-06 Brownswood Basement with DJ Shadow [ download]

1. Omar Khorshid – Rasket El Fadaa
2. Gerald Wilson and His Orchestra – Algerian Fantasy
3. Sh/Jazz Quintet – Jordu
4. Toldi Maria – Fazom
5. King James Version – He’s Forever
6. Andrew Wartts – Rise Up
7. Darling Dears – I Don’t Think I Could Ever Love Another
8. The Meditation Singers – Let Them Talk
9. The Meditation Singers – Trouble’s Brewing
10. David Frost & Billy Taylor – Bright Star In The East
11. DJ Shadow – I’ve Been Trying
12. DJ Shadow – Organ Donor
13. DJ Shadow – 6 Days
14. DJ Shadow – This Time
15. DJ Krush – Duality Feat DJ Shadow
16. Impluse – Face From The Past
17. The Limit – Do It
18. Jerome – Guitar Rap
19. Doty Gouock – Wouck
20. Earl Rodney – Juck Juck
21. [unknown] – Untitled
22. Sonny Okosuns – Sound Of The Forest
23. Brain Train – Me

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7 thoughts on “Gilles Peterson Worldwide 2010-10-06 Brownswood Basement with DJ Shadow”

  1. Just a heads up for those fans of Gilles Peterson who also collect a lot of the albums he releases………..

    ………. Someone has compiled an album of VERY RARE British Jazz which was shelved by the Label and never released.

    Tony Higgins (who had previously put together Impressed 1 & 2 with G.Peterson), has pulled together from the ORIGINAL VINYL all the tracks which were chosen for the album: IMPRESSED 3.

    Visit:, for further details.

    Most ‘IMPRESSIVE’. 🙂

  2. Sensation! What a brilliant show. I think every vinyl diggers need to listen to the show (although it is a pre-recorded). Plenty of Q&As with DJ Shadow that only vinyl enthusiasts would understand!

    Now straight to the top of my want-lists: Darling Dears. Followed closely by Impulse and Sonny Okosons.

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