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JUNIOR VAZQUEZ @ THE ORIGINAL SOUND FACTORY 1993

JUNIOR VAZQUEZ @ THE ORIGINAL SOUND FACTORY 1993

Playing tracks by

Akema, Camel In The Jungle and Intruder.

Comments

andreViv
andreViv

This is mostly the pre 5 am music!!

folkstar
folkstar

just a killer mix! such a treat to hear this - real deep and kickin' house music energy!

Noor Daniel

Anyone know the name of the second track?

John Pal
John Pal

If anyone knows what's playing at 54:20- I'd do anything to find out....

TECHNOTWINZZ

good job!much love from the tri-state area

markgoodridge1

Magical, tribal, ethereal & beautiful simple

freefallfill

Sexy, deep, sensual and with a dance floor full and every one on the same level thank you for taking this smiling face back to those amazing years where I found my love for house music, you could freely express yourself through dance and be anywhere in the UK everyone smiling nodding dancing happiness and love for the music 1992-1996 house exploded in so many directions or I just explored more but my technics and mixer are still powered by my 1989 pioneer stack system still love flicking through old and new house trying to get the perfect set, sadly not got there yet 37min then I've missed the beat or come in to early it will come love you guys for that hour I was 23 again lol
Thank you

John Pal
John Pal

This is THE EXACT SOUND that I'm always wanting when I hear of a DJ spinning "old school". Nobody did it like Junior in the early 90's. I was a kid during this time, but every weekend I stayed up late to listen to the house music radio shows. I love reading everyone's comments. I love knowing that there are others who love this music like I do. House is life!

Whitfield McRory Palmer

Second to the last track sounds like it might have been done by the people that did Basics for Love

John Pal
John Pal

Thank you! I will take any clue I can. I’m guessing you mean Jovonn? I’ve been trying to ID it since I first heard it in 1992!! lol

Whitfield McRory Palmer

An aural tapestry