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Friday Night Session : TM Juke and Alice Russell in the studio...




The Friday Night Session 2006-11-17
Hosted by: Andrew Jervis (Ubiquity)
Live in-studio guests : TM Juke and Alice Russell
LISTEN TO THE SHOW HERE : part 1 / part 2

Part 1 :
Arch_Type - Meters (Bagpack)
Shawn Lee vs. Nino Moschella - Kiss The Sky (Harmonic 33 mix) (Ubiquity)
Outlines - Is To The Drum (Sonar Kolektiv)
Azimuth - Melo Dos Dois (Harmonic 33 mix) (Far Out)
Hot Chip - Over and Over (Maurice Fulton mix) (Astralwerks)
Orgone - Hambone (Nuffrope)
Tommy Guerrero - Salve (Quannum)
Stephanie Mckay - Tell It Like It Is (Astralwerks)

TM Juke and Alice Russell in the studio...
TM Juke - So Good (Ubiquity/Tru Thoughts)
Alice Russell + TM Juke - Mean To Me (live acoustic version)
Alice Russell + TM Juke - Hurry On Now (live acoustic version)
TM Juke ft. Naim - Skin (Ubiquity/Tru Thoughts)
TM Juke - Lady Garden (Ubiquity/Tru Thoughts)

Part 2 :
4Hero - Sink or Swim (Milan)
Owusu and Hannibal - Lonnies Secret (Ubiquity)
Shuya Okino - Thankyou (Especial)
Roy Haynes - Dorian (Ether)
Yusef Lateef - Brother John (ABC/Impulse)
Trevor Dandy - Is There Any Love (Numero Group)
Ty - Closer (Blackbeard mix) (Big Dada)
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