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Playing tracks by

Jackie beavers show, TSU toranados, Natural Four, Internationals, BOBBY HILL and more.

Killer Crossover 2 - The sequel.

Enjoy some of the most amazing soulful crossover tunes from the period 1968-1974


Nigel Williams

Stunning collection of tunes Mr. Fish

mister fish

Thank you Nigel.

Tanya Govender

Waking up to such beautiful never let me down

mister fish

Many thanks once again Tanya.

Chris Martin

Lovely! what a set of tunes.

mister fish

Thanks Chris, much appreciated.

Rol Trader

Great tunes, any chance of a track list ?

mister fish

I thought it was available on here but anyway here it is below. Thanks for listening.

1.We're Not Too Young To Fall In Love - Jackie beavers show
2.A thousand wonders - TSU toronados
3.HANGING ON TO A LIE - Natural Four
4.Beautiful Philosophy - Internationals
5.Tell Me You Love Me - BOBBY HILL
6.Happy to be (the man you want me to be) - Jimmie Ellis
7.This is our song of love - Ray j & norma jean
8.Try - Eula Cooper
9.Do i love her - Decisions
10.You Better Stop It - Barbara Mason
11.All Because Of You - Limitations
12.Love won't wear off - Universal Joint
13.Im not responsible - Alex Brown
14.Man without a people - Bernard Smith
16.Frown On My Face - Jacqueline Jones
17.No man is an island - Jesse Harrison
18.Stand By Me - Small Society
19.You Got It All - Charles Simmons
20.Since i got you - Milt smith
21.I'm a Dreamer - Bobby Burn
22.The time is right for love - Bobby Reed
23.These Memories - Almeta lattimore

Phil Duckworth

Some fantastic tracks-great listening

mister fish

Thanks very much Phil.

Ric Goodall

Top tunes mate killer dance tracks thanks for putting such quality out there

mister fish

Thank you very much Ric. Glad you enjoyed the mix.

Donna Kirkland


mister fish

Thank you Donna.

Jo Roberts

Great Set Mister Fish :D

mister fish

Thank you Jo as always.

Julian Kirby

This is a killer mix sir.

mister fish

Why thank you Sir.


Was working and not paying attention to the track list but I thought that Jimmie Ellis record was Bill Spoon for a second. Great mix as always!