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Brothers In Rhythm - Essential Mix - 1996-06-23

Brothers In Rhythm - Essential Mix - 1996-06-23

Playing tracks by

Cherry City Blues, Tanika Tikaram, EVERYTHING BUT THE GIRL, De'Lacy, Tilt and more.

The third Essential Mix from Brothers In Rhythm. Check out their earlier mixes here:

Dave Seaman had also made an earlier appearance on his own at this point. Check it here:


Leigh Mcgillick

36min - Tune.


No getting away from it... this is a true education for the uninitiated. Circa 1996 and true full track length action. Great comments below here too. Tilt and EBTG in the set.. can't get better really... well aside from seeing Dave live in Buenos Aires. Always fully engages the listener or the dancer respectively! Don't waste any and play again. Cheers guys...

Fleabag aka Brett King

This is one of the best essential mixes EVER!


Visions - Coming Home, Bizarre inc-Surprise + Kamasutra's Storm in my soul the real treats here. Tracks are long although this is a essential mix but that is expected from this epic house era. This was starting to be the end of "classic BiR" sound, after their remix of Billie Ray Martin's Your Loving Arms, the more modern progressive house sound replaced the older BiR sound. Brothers in Rhythm is still missed, why not make a comeback, there are many old faces still in the game, Rhythm Masters came back as well just lately. =)

gary mac
gary mac

the tune at 34.40 is where it gets good, for me.

gary mac
gary mac

ha..been looking for this one online. I have on a tape in a box somewhere & this was one of my fave EMixes from the time. Deep prog & uplifting..!

Matthew Carr

In an age of big house tunes, The Brothers played such an original mix of music, non-house/dance tunes (pop music) and steady house classics. Brilliant, intelligent and very brave- for a New Year's Eve Essential Selection Mix. How many listeners expected this?? The mixes are seamless, Fantastic, a tour de force of a modern easy listening set!!

Ingo Schaer

Great memories !

Damien Hashemi

This mix reminds me so much of what i was up to when I first had this on a TDK D90!


fits the bill