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DJ Center Paris DJs Mix Center Bumps
DJ Center - Center Bumps - Paris DJs Spécial (All Vinyl Mix)
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) Push The Fader, 2011-09-06

DJ Center comes from the now heavy Paris DJs Brooklyn connection. I had discovered him through his former band, Open Thought, way back in 2003... It was a 12 inch called Force of Life, which never left my bag since then. Always a pleasure to play and definitively a killer track. You will find some more very cool stuff in DJ Center's first album, a mostly hip hop global thing called Everything In Time, released on CD in 2010 and on glorious vinyl earlier this year (surely some more coolness will also appear in the upcoming Everything In Time Remixed album). We are definitely humbled and excited to offer DJ Center an opportunity to share his experience in spreading good music made with a lot of love. As the song goes, groove is in the heart.

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Tracklisting :
01. Center - Intro / Jerry Butler – I Need You
(from 'The Spice of Life' album, 1972 / Mercury)
02. Ray Barretto - Here We Go Again
(from 'Eye of the Beholder' album, 1977 / Atlantic)
03. Tony Allen - Moyege (Mark's Disco Dub)
(from 'Moyege' 12 inch, 2006 / Honest Jon's)
04. Willie Bobo - Roots
(from Evil Ways' album, 1968 / Verve)
05. Cal Tjader - Amazonas
(from 'Amazonas' album, 1976 / Fantasy)
06. Bossa Rio - Saiupa (Por Causa De Voce Menina)
(from 'Bossa Rio' album, 1969 / Polydor Brazil)
07. The Chi-Lites - Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler)
(from 'A Lonely Man' album, 1972 / Brunswick)
08. DJ Center - You Got the Love feat. Gretchen Parlato
(from 'Everything in Time' album, 2010 / Push the Fader)
09. Rufus and Chaka Khan - You Got the Love
(from 'Stompin' At The Savoy' Live album, 1983 / Warner Bros)
10. George & Gwen McCrae - The Rub
(from 'Together' album, 1975 / Cat)
11. Patrice Rushen - Haw-Right Now
(from 'Prelusion' album, 1974 / Prestige)
12. Tony and Reality - Slipping into Darkness
(from 'Tony & Reality' album, 1973 / Regime)
13. The Chamber Brothers - Funky
(from 'New Generation' album, 1971 / Columbia)
14. James Brown - Give It Up or Turnit a Loose
(from Give It Up or Turnit a Loose' 7 inch, 1969 / King)
15. Erma Franklin - Can't See My Way
(from 'Soul Sister' album, 1969 / Brunswick)
16. Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & The Trinity - Light My Fire
(from 'Streetnoise' album, 1969 / ATCO)
17. Saint Tropez - When You Are Gone
(from 'Belle de Jour' album, 1979 / Butterfly)
18. The Stylistics - Hurry Up This Way Again
(from 'Hurry Up This Way Again' album, 1980 / TSOP)
19. Brenda Russell - You're Free
(from 'You're Free' 7 inch, 1979 / Horizon)
20. Fleetwood Mac - Born Enchanter
(from 'Hero's Are Hard to Find' album, 1974 / Reprise)
21. Anelis Assumpção - Sonhando
(from 'Sou Suspeita. Estou Sujeita. Não sou Santa.' album, 2011 / Scubidu)
22. Gregory Isaacs - Universal Tribulation
(from 'Soon Forward' album, 1979 / Virgin)
Total time : 61mn29s

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Credits :
Selected, mixed and designed by DJ Center (pushthefader.com)
Audio mastering by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)

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