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Recorded from the early days of Kiss 94fm on Paul Oakenfold’s show. He credits himself and engineer Woody Wood. This one has the Conway Brothers Turn it Up as it’s foundation break. Features great choice of tunes, some pop and rock (One Night in Bangkok, Easy Lover) which gave it a distinct feel, a little different to most other mixes of its time. This recording is actually a join of two broadcasts, the original recording suffered interference so there’s a ‘live pause button edit’ at 1’15” when the mix was broadcast again a week later. Good deep 94fm voice overs in this one

Update April 2018: Since 2009 WallabyFC has maintained an archive of Oakenfold mixes at . Plenty of great listening there. Respect to Wallaby for providing a tracklist: Conway Brothers – Turn It Up (Instrumental), Cybotron – Clear (Remix By Jose “Animal” Diaz), Hashim – Al-Naafiysh (The Soul) (B1, CR-200), Alexander Robotnick – Probl√®mes D’Amour (Original), Kool & The Gang – Fresh (Remix), ID?, George Kranz – Din Daa Daa (Dub Version), ID?, DeBarge – Rhythm Of The Night (Long Version), ID?, ID?, ID?, ID?, Grandmaster Melle Mel & The Furious Five – Pump Me Up (Original Mix), Boney M. – Kalimba De Luna, Animotion – Obsession, ID?, Cymande – Bra (Danny Krivit Re-edit), Rock Master Scott And The Dynamic Three – The Roof Is On Fire (Club DJ), Diana Ross – Swept Away (Extended Mix), C.O.D. – In The Bottle (Vocal), Martin Circus – Disco Circus, Phil Collins – Sussudio (Extended Remix), Aleem Featuring Leroy Burgess – Release Yourself (Dub), Cosmetic With Jamaaladeen Tacuma – So Tranquilizin’ (Special Dub Mix), Philip Bailey & Phil Collins – Easy Lover, Jeff Lorber – Step By Step, Murray Head – One Night In Bangkok, Wish Featuring Fonda Rae – Touch Me (All Night Long). If you can help ID the unknowns please get in touch, and copy in WallabyFC too. Cheers!


TDK SA-X 90 cassette tapeUPDATE: Two three versions are now available.

London’s Kiss FM began broadcasting illegally on 94fm in October 1985 and soon Colin Faver played this mind-blowing scratch-mix late evening on 10th October.¬† Heaps of raw roughness in this beautiful beast. Thanks to Colin Faver for playing the request and the Aero shout out – you are sadly missed…

Use the player’s forward and back buttons to hear and download all three versions.

Tracklist: Malcolm McLaren – Do you like scratching? Grand Master Flash – Adventures on the Wheels of Steel, La Pregunta – Shangri La, Herbie Hancock – Rockit, Chic – Good Times, G-Force feat. Ronnie G & Captain Cee – Feel the Force, Lovebug Starski – You’ve Gotta Believe, Kurtis Blow – Party Time, Incredible Bongo Band – Apache, West Street Mob – Break Dance Electric Boogie, Freeze – AEIOU, Man Parrish – Hip Hop Don’t Stop, Malcolm McLaren – Buffalo Girls, plus some other samples.

If, after all these years, you have any info at all on this mix, please get in touch.