Listening Along To Chrissy's YEAR OF MIXTAPES


#21

Claudja Barry; Love For The Sake Of Love (Casablanca)
Love International; Dance On The Groove & Do The Funk (Chrissy Re-Edit) (Moby Dick)
Donna Summer; Love To Love You Baby (Casablanca)
Peter Brown; Do Ya Wanna Get Funky With Me (T.K. Disco)
Tamiko Jones; Let It Flow (Tom Moulton Mix) (T.K. Disco)
Jones Girls; You Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else (Philadelphia International)
Evelyn Thomas; Heartless (M&M Mix) (Vanguard)
Giorgio Moroder; Too Hot To Touch (Instrumental) (Teldec)
Robey; Bored & Beautiful (Shep Pettibone Mix) (Silver Blue)
Misty Lane; Contrôle (Celsius)
Kid Creole & The Coconuts; I’m A Wonderful Thing, Baby (ZE Records)
Dusty Springfield; Baby Blue (Horse Meat Disco Re-Edit) (Horse Meat Disco)
Sarah Dash; Low Down Dirty Rhythm (Megatone)
Fern Kinney; Groove Me (T.K. Disco)
Boney M; Dancing In The Streets (Sire)
Chris Rainbow; Body Music (Disconet)
Sylvester; I Need Somebody To Love Tonight (Fantasy)
Vera; Don’t You Want My Love (Matra)
Sylvester; Give It Up (Don’t Make Me Wait) (Fantasy)
Claudja Barry; If I Do It To You (Ensign)
Sinnamon; I Need You Now (Jive)


#22

hahahaha a sub sub sub genre of disco

“Anyway, here is a mix of stripped-down slimey slutty sunrise disco to serve as the soundtrack for you and your pals doing amyl nitrite and having sex in public”.


#23

Many thanks for making this thread. I never heard of Chrissy before, but I will definitely be checking him out. What caught my eye here was the article about Vinyl and Hardware elitism that is plaguing dance music.

I’m reading his piece right now and I feel he read my mind.

I appreciate any body using vinyl, but claiming that you are a ‘better’ dj because you have a record collection is just silly.


#24

No problem, for me a big part of why I created this thread is to showcase a DJ that I see as a lifer - someone who loves the music so much they study this craft for decades and speak from those studies with a depth of knowledge that bucks certain trends BECAUSE he understands HOW they ebb and flow. He can also go from high brow to low brow in such a smooth way in both his mixes/sets and his interviews. The vinyl/hardware article is a great case, but dude also speaks so well about music as a form of resistance, the importance of dance floors, studios and record stores as creative and accepting spaces for LBGTQ/POC/anyone who needed them. His encyclopedic knowledge is so inspiring to me because it’s not only the music, its a beautiful ethnographic slice of global rituals associated with sound systems and dance from the 70s to the present… plus ive heard a rumor homie has a tattoo on his wrist like a watch and instead of numbers it says “It’s time for the percolator”…thats some midwest shit…:joy:


#25

I definitely dig that. He’s one of the first that I’ve seen who bring up the point that producers/DJ from different cultures/countries don’t necessarily have access to vinyl or gear and discriminating against that is a form of racism. I really dig that.

On DJing, I really love a dj that just loves music in general. I understand that some places people attend to hear a specific genre, though I still believe you can throw in something completely different and still maintain the theme.


#26

Chrissy’s Year of Mixtapes Week 8, Part 1: Bobby Orlando, Musical Genius

The Flirts; Calling All Boys (Unidisc)
The Flirts; Helpless (Telefon)
Girly; Trouble (Riovista)
Roni Griffith; Spies (Vanguard)
Pet Shop Boys; One More Chance (Remix) (Bobcat)
Bobby'O; Still Hott 4 U ("O" Records)
Roni Griffith; (The Best Part Of) Breakin' Up (Vanguard)
Oh Romeo; One More Shot (Memo)
Girly; Working Girl (One Way Love Affair) ("O" Records)
Malibu; Lust Or Love (Eurobeat)
Boyd Brothers; Keep It Coming (Bobcat)
Charlene Davis; Aggression (Memo)
Lilly & The Pink; Frustration (Memo)
The Flirts; Boy Crazy ("O" Records)
WOW; Magic Man (Young Man Young Man) (Memo)
Oh Romeo; Try It (I'm In Love With A Married Man) (Bobcat)
Malibu; Look At That Boy (Bobcat)
Oh Romeo; Once Is Not Enough (Oh My! Records)
WOW; Bring On The Men (Memo)
Claudja Barry; Born To Love (Personal)
The Flirts; Dancing Madly Backwards (Remix) (Telefon)
Oh Romeo; These Memories (Bobcat)
Malibu; Goin' Cruisin' (Bobcat)

Chrissy’s Year of Mixtapes Week 8, Part 2: Bobby Orlando, Rip-Off Artist

The B-52s; Rock Lobster (Sire)
Barbie & The Kens; Just A Gigolo (Vanguard)
Lime; Unexpected Lovers (Matra)
Bobby 'O' & Claudja Barry; Whisper To A Scream (Meno Vision)
New Order; Blue Monday (Factory)
Divine; Love Reaction (Bobcat)
Dead Or Alive; You Spin Me Round (Like A Record) (Epic)
Girly; Saving Myself ("O" Records)
Stacey Q; 2 Of Hearts (Atlantic)
Hotline; Ready Or Not ("O" Records)
Blondie; Call Me (Chrysalis)
Roni Griffith; Hot Lover (Vanguard)
Patrick Cowley; Menergy (Megatone)
Divine; Shoot Your Shot ("O" Records)

#27

heard this mix on heavy rotation during the last weeks! incredible tunes!


#28

Blame; Groove Research (Movin’ Shadow)
Cloud Nine; Blissful Ignorance (Tango Remix) (Movin’ Shadow)
D’Cruze; Heaven (Suburban Base)
Eddie; Intelligent Drummer (One Touch Recordings)
DJ Food; Fungle Junk (Ninja Tune)
Essence of Aura; Let Love Shine Through (Movin’ Shadow)
Tek 9; Slow Down (Nookie Remix) (Reinforced)
Jazz Juice; Jazz Juice (Precious Materials)
DJ Krush feat. Black Thought & Malik B; Meiso (4Hero Remix) (Mo’Wax)
Run Tings & Liftin’ Spirits; Invincible (Suburban Base)
The Noise of Art; Rollin’ Deep (Smokey Joe Remix—Chrissy Re-Edit) (Suburban Base)
Omni Trio; Renegade Snares (Foul Play Remix) (Movin’ Shadow)
Red One; Alive & Kicking (Remix) (Liftin’ Spirits)
Flynn & Flora; Dream Of You (Independent Dealers)
Boogie Times Tribe; My Soul (Roni Size & Krust Remix) (Suburban Base)
SDS; Future Feelings (Echo Drop)
The Art of Noise; Island (Seiji Remix) (China)
Jason Mouse; Better World (Sm:)e)
DJ Phantasy; Atmosphere (Alex Reece Remix) (Rogue Trooper)
Tek 9; 74 Inches Above Sea Level (SSR)
ILS & G-Force; Nocturnal (Echo Drop)
Rogue Unit; Dance of the Sarooes (Labello Blanco)
Tight Control; Sax Lick 1 (Chrissy Edit) (Bear Necessities)
Mikey James; The Rhys Project (Suburban Base)
A Guy Called Gerald; Life Unfolds His Mystery (Juice Box)


#29

so far out of all these i keep going back to the Bleep mix the most…it seems to fit doing work on the computer moods the best…


#30

FUUUCK this Ambient Jungle mix is relentless and so chill at the same time! My favorite so far…