John Digweed Compiles the Second Volume of Transitions

Following the success of the first in the Transitions series, John Digweed returns with the eagerly anticipated second volume. Taking the inspiration from his worldwide sets and globally syndicated radio show, this single disc is full of seamless segues and driving bass lines – a current glimpse of John at his masterful best.

With this single disc mix, to be released twice a year, John is able to compile a contemporary snapshot of his current set taking in the most up-to-date material on the scene.

His standing as a world-renowned DJ has enabled him to include several tracks that are exclusively available on this album prior to their full single release. Amongst these are Guy Gerber's atmospheric mix of Chaime – 'Dana', David K's trippy masterpiece 'Boul de Nerf' and two tracks by G-Stylz (aka Bruce Aisher).

He incorporates further stand-out tracks from Buzzin' Fly's latest, Abyss 'Mind Games' and 'The Dreamer', as well as another exclusive from man of the moment Guy Gerber, entitled 'Digital Memories' and the incredible Joakim Mix of Antena's 'Camino Del Sol'. As with Vol.1, it is his flawless mixing and programming that Digweed brings to this project, creating a mix that offers new interpretations, improving with each listen as it shifts from 124 to a 129bpm finale across it's 70 minutes.

Tracklist:

1. Mind Games (Digweed Cheeky Edit) Abyss
2. The Dreamer Abyss
3. Dana (Guy Gerber Mix) Chaim EP
4. Camino Del Sol (Joakim Remix) Antena
5. The Shivering (Pitch & Hold In Camera Obscura Remix) Williams
6. Gedankenhochsprung (Babicz Remix) Evil Hinko
7. Belong To Me (Dub) (Digweed Cheeky Edit) G-Stylz
8. Boul de Nerf David K
9. Mandolina (Robert Babicz Rework) (Digweed Cheeky Edit) Felix Houzer 10. I Love You (Smallboy Remix) Dirk Technic
11. Digital Memories (Smallboy Remix) Dirk Technic
12. Can't Get Enough G-Stylz
13. Minds (Tobi Neumann Mix) Dose3
14. Manray (Digweed Cheeky Edit) Jackmate

John Digweed Compiles the Second Volume of Transitions
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December 11, 2006 at 2:27 PM CET

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