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Paul Woolford Broadcasted on Sunday 2nd October, 2005

Paul Woolford Presents Bobby Peru - 'Heart' (20/20 Vision)
Tiefschwarz - 'Warning Siren' [Buick Project Mix] (Fine)
Jon Gurd - 'Lemon Sherbert' (Punchfunk)
Hell - 'Follow Me' [Domonik Eulberg Remix] (Gigolo)
Argy - 'Lovedose' [Luciano Remix] (Poker Flat)
Repeat Repeat - 'Bounce Your Body To The Box' (Soma)
Cycle Repair & Inflight - 'Let It All Blow' (CDR)
Decomposed - 'Decomposed' [Subsonic Mix] (Bit Boutique)
Zoo Brazil - 'My Own Personal Jesus' (Systematic)
The Rapture - 'I Need Your Love' [Playgroup Dub] (Vertigo)
Chemical Brothers - 'The Golden Path' (CDR)
Ewan Pearson's Ravehell Dub (Virgin)
Mr & Mrs Christmas - 'Bang the Poll' [Woolford Accapella 4] (CDR)
Kraftwerk - 'Numbers' [Live Version] (Klang Elektronik)
Thomas Andersson - 'Washing Up' [Tiga Mix] (BPitch Control)
Fischerspooner - 'Just Let Go' [M.A.N.D.Y Mix] (EMI)
Laser FX
Art Of Tones - 'Google Race' (20/20 Vision)
Mr & Mrs Christmas - 'Bang The Poll' (CDR)
Williams - 'Piccadilly Circuits' (Get Physical)
The Juan Mclean - 'Give Me Every Little Thing' [Cajmere Mix] (DFA)
Jon Gurd - 'Mind Control' [Dub] (Bass For Breakfast)
John Tejada - 'Infected' (Palette)
Cirez D - 'Knockout' (Mouseville)
Adam Beyer - 'A Walking Contradiction 2' (Plus 8)
Erotic Discourse - 'Erotic Discourse' (Erotic Discourse)
Orbital - 'Lush 3.1' (FFRR)
Booka Shade - 'Mandarine Girl' (Get Physical)
Agent 001 - 'Bubblebath' 16b Remix 1 (Opek)
LCD Soundsystem - 'Disco Infiltrator' [Re-Edit] (DFA)
Gus Gus - 'Lust' (Great Stuff)

 synkboy  - 10
 TheFunkFreak  - 10
 Telekinesis  - 9
 abitafish  - 9
 austoff  - 8
 matrix  - 7
 sdro  - 7
 djpeanut  - 4

 austoff writes: heavy trouble
this was .... hot.

does he usually play this heavy? its a thing at the moment,this heavy lark,i heard satoshi tomeii and cattaneo at turnmills on friday and they tore the roof off,not heavy but silky and funky and still banging.

paul woolford is someone who is doing it at the moment obviously,more power to his elbow.

satoshi tomeii

come on pete get him on
[ Posted on 2005-10-02 11:42:20 ]

 djpeanut writes:
Sorry... really, really sorry to have to disagree... but doesn't it sound a little clich├ęd? It sounds like the sound of thing the Tyrant boys were peaking with 2 years ago, when it *was* new and exciting. Now every bedroom DJ mix I find on the net is full of tracks by John Tejada, MANDY, Buick Project, Eulberg, and labels like Poker Flat, Get Physical, Soma, Kompakt, 20:20 etc etc etc blah blah blah... it's so stiflingly inescapable. Electro-tinged house that sounds like the result of a studio engineering exercise. There's no funk and no sound, all I can hear is someone trying to accomplish a technically perfect 2 hour mix without taking a step back and asking themselves if the music coming out ot the speakers actually moves them. I need to hear something truly amazing to restore my faith in House, or I'll burn my vinyl and buy a guitar.
[ Posted on 2005-10-11 17:44:37 ] [homepage] [email]

 matrix writes:
I'm in the middle - I don't find it offensive to not be pushing a new sound, and actually found this mix mildly diverting. On the other hand, it won't be coming back on my playlist any time soon, exactly because it doesn't move me the way djpeanut explained it. There haven't been many in 2005 that have, but Martin Solveig was one, and that was an old sound too - it just didn't matter to me.
[ Posted on 2005-10-12 13:48:15 ] [email]

 austoff writes: making a point
i have been listening to th e/m since may 94 and can honestly say there were as many poor mixes as there are now.In some senses the music has moved on and sound production is better but there are more poor quality djs getting airplay now.The reason for this is that you dont have to be good to get a gig,you can also play 2 hours of tracks that sound good in a club but crap over the radio.
this set was a perfect example of not the dj,but the shit mass of music out there which djs choose to play.
[ Posted on 2005-10-13 16:27:41 ]

 TheFunkFreak writes:
Superb mix from an excellent DJ. I saw this guy earlier this year in Belfast and he played some of the funkiest, jackingest house music I've heard before (second only to Switch).

This is great stuff, one of the best mixes of this year.
[ Posted on 2005-10-15 17:12:32 ] [homepage]

 TheFunkFreak writes:
ps. I must complain about the use of that Laser FX sample the whole way through the mix though, Mandarin Girl in particular was totally messed up first by Pete Tong talking his usual shite over it and then those stupid Star Wars blaster noises.
[ Posted on 2005-10-15 17:15:38 ] [homepage]

 synkboy writes:
This is a wonderful set....looking forward to his visit to Belfast on the 16th of December with great anticipation.

Great mix from a great DJ.
[ Posted on 2005-11-26 14:14:06 ] [email]

 abitafish writes: nice one...
Not a fan of house music at all, like alot of people lost interest.....too many sets seemed like they really wern't going any where at all.

but i must say i'm liking this....thumbs up from me! also looking forward to seeing him in belfast tomorrow night....should be good!

ps....what is the name of the track on 49mins...? heard it out a good few times but don't know the name...cheers..
[ Posted on 2005-12-15 23:15:22 ] [email]

 gigitygigity writes: djpeanuts remarks!
peanut, if care to realise, paul woolford has been around for many a year and has had the repesct of the industry's major players for the same time! its only now that he is getting the recognition in the main stream for his style of music as his style has come to the forefront of dance! ive long loved him as a producer and dj! he rocks!
[ Posted on 2006-05-01 16:17:53 ] [email]

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