Saturday, 1 February 2014

Graeme Park 1988 @ Kula Shaker, Haçienda, Manchester

An early set from the Haçienda during the first summer of love.  Raw Chicago classics and Acid house at it's best.  Classic after classic that would have been first in a queue to hear if they did a Haçienda re-union night of this ilk! HINT HINT!  Who would miss a night where you could hear Parky, or Pickering playing 'Phuture Pfantasy Club' 'Inner City', 'Armando' Laurent X- Machines' along side Voodoo Ray by A Guy called Gerald?'  You can sense the atmosphere in the set and instantly tell why the Hacienda was ahead of the game... a classic Haçienda moment.... enjoy


Possibly this image is by Ian Tilton... Whoever took it - it is the Haçienda in a nutshell!

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Graeme Park 1988 @ Kula Shaker, Haçienda, Manchester Side A

Graeme Park 1988 @ Kula Shaker, Haçienda, Manchester Side B 

Tracklist

1. ??? acidy bassline (briefly)
2. Virgo - Mechanically Replayed
3. LNR - Work It To The Bone
4. Mike Dunn - Magic Feet (Remix)
5. Phuture Pfantasy Club - Slam
??? "wow" male (is this just the intro to dance with the devil?)
6. The Project Club - Dance With The Devil
7. Sleezy D - Ive Lost Control
8. ??? acidy
9. Inner City - Big Fun
10. The Break Boys - And The Break Goes On
11. Mantronix - King Of The Beats
12. Super Lover Cee & Casanova Rud - Super Casanova
13. The Skinny Boys - Get Pepped
14. Kid n Play - Gittin Funky
15. Eric B & Rakim - Follow The Leader
16. A Guy Called Gerald - Voodoo Ray
17. The Funky Worm - Hustle (To The Music)

1. J.D. - I Ain't Gonna Wait
2. ??? guitar riff
3. Ten City - Right Back To You
4. Inner City - Big Fun
5. The Break Boys - And The Break Goes On (Original Freestyle Groove)
6. Mike Dunn - Magic Feet (Remix)
7. Radio Free - All You Can Do Is Dance
8. Kraze - The Party
9. Nightwriters - Let The Music Use You
10. Liaz - House Sensation
11. Armando - Land Of Confusion
12. ??? indian vibe tune
13. Frequency 9 - Get On One
14. Laurent X - Machines
15. Royal House - Can You Feel It
16. Jolly Roger - Acid Man
Thanks to all at OSA for the tracklist and the original tape rip by JCF... 

1 comment:

  1. The records really speak for themselves, the irony of this for me is his mixing is still the same after all these years hahahaha

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