Law - All Adam F Mix (The Early Years)
#1

Easy all. Another all artist mix...

Another 'early years' mix in the same vein as the Seba one. This one features some early Adam F between 1993 and 1995.

http://drumtrip.co.uk/mixes/law-adam-f-early-years-mix/

01. Fenturion – Mother Ship – Force Ten
02. Adam F – Light Years – Lucky Spin
03. Adam F – Eclipse – Lucky Spin
04. Adam F & Slipmaster J – Sea Of Destiny (Remix) – Lucky Spin
05. Adam F – Whiplash – Lucky Spin
06. Adam F – Prophet Of God – Deep Jungle
07. Adam F – The Bible – Section 5
08. Adam F – Criminal Active - Section 5
09. Adam F – Digital Air – Section 5
10. Adam F – Enchanted – Section 5
11. Adam F – Lighter Style – Section 5
12. DJ Harmony – Let Me In (Adam F Remix) – Moving Shadow
13. Adam F – What Ya Sayin’ – Section 5
14. Adam F – Burning Deep – Section 5

Hope you enjoy. Happy new year and all that!
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#2

nice one Twothumbs
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#3

so.. did Fresh bring in the cocaine or.. ?

har har.

Interesting mix. boh!
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#4

I'll have some of that Xyxthumbs
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#5

Thanks!
Xyxthumbs
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#6

Leaving out Listen, that's a paddlin'.

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#7

Not sure why it didnt make the cut Tim. I don't really plan these mixes out, I just get the tunes together and pick as I go.
I think finding the bloody tunes in shelves took longer than recording the mix
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Law Wrote:Not sure why it didnt make the cut Tim. I don't really plan these mixes out, I just get the tunes together and pick as I go.
I think finding the bloody tunes in shelves took longer than recording the mix

Like I haven't heard that excuse before!

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#9

Hahaha
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#10

You wouldnt know about digging through vinyl anyway.
I can't just type in some keywords and hit search Grin
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#11

my Adam F rettles are all stacked neatly together under A for Adam

Kingstatto

apart from F for Fenturion anyway
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#12

used to file things by genre (i.e. dnb, house, techno), and then by label
worked for me
done
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#13

chris.innocence Wrote:used to file things by genre (i.e. dnb, house, techno), and then by label
worked for me

That seems kind of bizarre – unless you play tunes by label rather than by producer? I suppose if you're having, say, a Reinforced session, it'd be useful to have them all in the same place.

Chin
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Statto Wrote:
chris.innocence Wrote:used to file things by genre (i.e. dnb, house, techno), and then by label
worked for me

That seems kind of bizarre – unless you play tunes by label rather than by producer? I suppose if you're having, say, a Reinforced session, it'd be useful to have them all in the same place.

Chin

Probably. I tended to play by style, so there were usually goto labels for different things. I also liked to have complete discographies of labels (like I also tried to own every synth on the planet recently, slightly obsessive). Like I say, it worked very well for me in terms of storage and locating the tunes in the shelves.
I also think its nice to have all your 100-200deep Moving Shadow and Reinforced records together in the same place.
done
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#15

I file mine in years from 1985 - now (the oldskool/acid/rave/jungle/dnb stuff anyway as there is so much more of them). The exception is my old GLR collection that is all filed together separately.
Non dnb is filed in genre.
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#16

@law: very nice mix!

@a few others: I file my records in years as well (subcategories: months)
Music critic for the Tally Ho
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