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Laurent Garnier - Mixmag Live! Vol. 19 mp3 album
Performer: Laurent Garnier
Title: Mixmag Live! Vol. 19
Style: Techno, Deep House, Tech House
Year 1994
Country UK
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 707
MP3 size: 1928 mb
FLAC size: 1570 mb
WMA size: 1715 mb
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Laurent Garnier - Mixmag Live! Vol. 19 mp3 album

Laurent Garnier - Mixmag Live! Volume 19 Label : DMC Publishing Ltd. ‎- MMLCD19 Series : Mixmag Live! -

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Tracklist, Playlist for Laurent Garnier @ Mixmag Live Volume 19 1994-04-23, 14 tracks, 1h00m, Techno, Tech House, Deep House.

Release group by Laurent Garnier. Album + Compilation + Live + DJ-mix.

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St Germain Deep In It
DBX Losing Control
Kaay Alexi* My My My
Lady B The Groove Is Going (Evolutive Hard House Mix)
Davina Don't You Want It
T'N'I Mad Situation
Ege Bam Yazi* Acid Nation (G7 Mix)
Olivier Le Castor Lodge 2
Sven Väth Ballet Fusion
Kenny Larkin Catatonic - First State
DJ Skull Target Kill
Stone Circle Deep In You
N.Y.X. Delphi (Rewaxed)
Drexciya The Journey Home


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MML 19 Laurent Garnier Mixmag Live! Vol. 19 ‎(Cass, Mixed) DMC Publishing Ltd. MML 19 UK 1994
MMLCD19 Laurent Garnier Mixmag Live! Volume 19 ‎(CD, Mixed) DMC Publishing Ltd. MMLCD19 UK 1994

by the way last track is Drexciya-Black sea!
Indeed a timeless mix! But please note that the last track is the incredible Black Sea by Drexciya. Also the Sven Väth track is actually the Ballet Fusion - "Belfast Fusion"remix by David Holmes, who totally crushes the original track by Sven Väth.
It's simply incredible what Laurent Garnier can do with a one hour DJ set. In some cases, he is able to select tracks which, out of context, are not particularly interesting, but once woven expertly into the framework of his mix, they become something entirely different, moulding into shape with the other tracks to make a single piece of music that progresses and is ultimately coherent. Garnier’s imaginative and coherent gift of selection is at play here, in what is one of his best recorded mixes. Starting off cool with a jazzy St Germain track, Garnier seamlessly blends such classics as the Chicago acid of Kaay Alexi Shelby’s ‘My Medusa’ and Davina’s ‘Don’t you want it’ of the Underground Resistance imprint. However, it doesn’t take long for the mix to become almost ruthlessly hard, as it transforms into a raging acid-techno beast, characterising Garnier’s mid 90’s DJ style. The peak comes at about 40 minutes in, when Sven Vath’s ‘Ballet Fusion’ suddenly collides with the alien sound of Kenny Larkin’s ‘Catatonic: First State’. Otherworldly strings float atop Larkin’s extraterrestrial rhythms and skull-crunching bass. Garnier’s journey continues, deeper, bringing us down with the mystical sounds of Drexciya’s ‘Journey home’.