- 6 years ago
With 'The Inner Jukebox' - his second artist album - hot off the press, DJ T has changed focus: the funk sound that influenced his debut album has been replaced by sounds from a different decade. But while mid-90s house is the order of the day on the new release, his influences run deeper. In a special Bodytonic podcast, Thomas Koch selects 10 tracks that never leave his jukebox.
Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five 'The Message' (1982)
Cybotron 'Clear' (1983)
Jackmaster Farley Funk 'Love Can't Turn Around' (1986)
Eric B. & Rakim 'Paid In Full' (1987)
Paul Rutherford 'Get Real' (Happy House Mix) (1988)
Deskee 'Let There Be House' (Westbam Remix) (1989)
808 State 'Cübik' (1990)
Age of Love 'The Age Of Love' (Jam & Spoon Remix) (1992)
St. Germain 'Alabama Blues' (1965 Remix) (1995)
The Aztec Mystic 'Knights Of The Jaguar' (1999)
Your podcast features 10 favourite songs that have had an impact on your life - was it hard to select them?
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