- 5 years ago
Playing tracks by
The Untouchables, Freestyle Orchestra, Earth People, Instant Exposure, Those Guys and more.
Twisting the Technics for a set coming in at just over an hour, Haçienda's James Noon kicks off his mix with the jazz house party stylings of Strictly Rhythm's “Lil Louie's Anthem” before taking the pace down a notch or two with the minimalist US garage flavours of Freestyle Orchestra’s “Don’t Tell Me”.
The deeply wrought soulful rhythms of Earth People, Instant Exposure and Those Guys take the mix towards its mid point where the hip house JT cut “Let Me Groove You” and the wavering uplifting piano of D’Bora’s “Love Desire” provides a seamless and easy segue into Solution’s “Feel So Right”, itself followed by the blessed out Balearic bliss of “The Shaker Song”.
Towards the close James unleashes the anthems with the searing vocals of Vivien Lee’s “Music Is So Wonderful”, the more laidback shuffle of Maria Christensen’s “Just A Little Love” and Frankie Knuckles' gospel tinged “Workout” before Noony closes off with Graeme Park not often heard and much underplayed classic trea