Danny Rampling

6 Mix 2012-11-30 25 Years of Shoom with Dave Pearce and DJ Danny Rampling

“Dave Pearce talks to DJ Danny Rampling about the 25th anniversary of his seminal acid house club night, Shoom.
One of the UK’s best-known club nights, Shoom was inspired by Rampling’s trip to Ibiza in the summer of 1987 with his friends Nicky Holloway, Trevor Fung and Paul Oakenfold. Inspired by the “Balearic” DJing style of legendary Ibiza selector Alfredo, who they heard play for the first time that summer, Rampling and his wife Jenni decided to create a club night similar to those they’d experienced on the White Isle in the UK. Shoom began in a south London warehouse in the autumn of 1987 and swiftly became the epicentre of a new genre of music known as “acid house” .
Alongside Holloway’s night The Trip, Oakenfold’s Spectrum night and the Hacienda in Manchester, Shoom bought acid sounds to a whole new audience and played a key role in the explosion of dance culture in the UK. Although it closed its doors for the final time in 1990, Shoom left a lasting legacy on UK dance culture, and inspired some of the biggest names in electronic music from Derrick May to David Guetta.
In this special 6 Mix, Dave Pearce talks to Rampling about Shoom, its legacy 25 years on, and plays the music which inspired and soundtracked the club.”
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6 Mix 2012-11-30 25 Years of Shoom with Dave Pearce and DJ Danny Rampling

BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix 1993-11-20 Danny Rampling [Classic Essential Mix]

Time for the fourth Essential Mix in the history from Danny Rampling, one of the original founders of the UK’s rave/club scene. The set was first aired 20th of November in 1993.
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BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix 1993-11-20 Danny Rampling [Classic Essential Mix] [Filesonic]

Tracklist:
K-Klass – Into The Groove (Deconstruction)
K-Klass – Let Me Show You (Deconstruction)
Black Rhythms – Blow Your Whistle (Power Trax)
Bottom $ – Rock Your Body (Olympic)
Terrence Parker – I Wanna Get ‘Cha (Trancefusion)
The Playground – Desire (Gig)
Sound Factory – French (Strictly Rhythm)
House Of Gypsies – Some Sigh Say (Freeze)
Proyecto Uno – Esta Pega (J&N)
Joint Venture – Come On (Strictly Rhythm)
Teena Marie – I Need Your Lovin’ (Motown)
Dina Carroll – Here (A&M)
Kitchen People – Ba Ba Lou (New Breed)
The Klubb Kidz – Come On (DJ Exclusive)
Simply Soul & Donnie Mark – Stand Up For Soul (Simply Soul)
Disco Revisited – Take It Higher (Serious Grooves)
Caucasian – Honeydip (Strictly Rhythm)
Luna Project – I Wanna Be Free (Black Label)
Outrage – Work Me (Junior Boys Own)
Rhythm Masters – Spanish Ritual (Strictly Rhythm)
Millionaire Hippies – I Am The Music (Deconstruction)
Victor Simonelli – Do You Feel Me (Fruit Tree)
Loni Clark – U (A&M)
Incognito – Givin’ It Up (Talking Loud)
Ce Ce Peniston – I’m In The Mood (A&M)
Whitney Houston – Queen Of The Night (Arista)
Legacy Of Sound – I Can’t Let You Go (RCA)
B-Tribe – You Won’t See Me Cry (acetate)
The Aborigine – I Wanna Put A Spell On You (On The Edge)
Basscult – Un Altro Muno (white label)
X Minus One – Do That To Me (Funny Vinyl)
Quarterman – Untouchable (No Respect)
Slamm – Energise (PWL)
Star Dancer (Red Planet)
The Time Frequency – Real Love (Internal Affairs)