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Sep 012010
 

A few people have been asking for mixes, so here we go…

A lot of this music you’ll know. Some of it you won’t. Our goal is simple. Good music rules. It’s not just about playing music which you won’t have heard before – it’s about bringing it all together, and hopefully giving you a new angle on some tunes you’re familiar with while also opening the door to new music for you. Our freethinking nyc night is all about sharing good music, regardless of genre conventions. For this first mix, I just wanted to give as authentic a taste as possible. This is pretty much a set which I played a couple of weeks back at Kush, and the crowd loved it. This is absolutely live, so my hope is to really give a flavour of the night.

Remember, if you like something here, go out and buy it. I’ve given you a track list to make it easier…

Movement 1: James Poole, September 2010 by Thefreethinkingmovement on Mixcloud

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Playlist:
A Certain Ratio – I’m a Very Busy Man
Friendly Fires – Lovesick
Delphic – Remain
Third Degree – Mercy
Calypso Blues – Calypso Blues
Earl Zinger – Song 2Wo
Blur – Song 2
Franz Ferdinand – Take Me Out
Talking Heads – Burning Down The House
Souleance – Mañana
The Beastie Boys – Intergalactic
The Heavy – Short Change Hero
Pixies – U-Mass
Human League – Being Boiled
Heaven 17 – Let Me Go
Prince – D.M.S.R.
The Budos Band – Up From The South
Antibalas – Che Che Cole Makossa
Grace Jones – Pull Up To The Bumper
The Police – Voices Inside My Head
Led Zeppelin – The Wanton Song
Johnny Pate – Shaft In Africa
Lord Large – Stuck In a Wind Up
The Dave Pike Set – Mathar
Incredible Bongo Band – Apache
The Small Faces – Tin Soldier

  3 Responses to “movement 1: James Poole, September 2010”

  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by DJ Prestige and DJ Prestige, James Poole. James Poole said: First mix up at the freethinking movement: http://www.thefreethinkingmovement.com/?p=591. More to come from @fleamarketfunk… […]

  2. What an interesting diverse choice of music on your mix. Chuffed home played a part in your choice. Stoke on Trent’s loss is New York’s gain. Keep playing Motown to Nat King Cole & Tony Bennett. Look forward to seeing you soon. Mum (Must put Frog Child on my iPod)

  3. This mix Kicks Arse! The Police/Zepplin/Pate was genius. Keep it up! -t!

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