Resident. Two Years Of Oakenfold At Cream

Paul Oakenfold
“Resident. Two Years Of Oakenfold At Cream”
1999 Circa/Virgin Records Ltd (UK)

01.01 Y Traxx – Mystery Land (Original Mix)
01.02 Tilt – Butterfly (Tilt’s Mechanism Mix)
01.03 Armin – Blue Fear (Extended Mix)
01.04 The Space Brothers – Shine (Full Vocal)
01.05 Ascension – Someone (Original Vocal Mix)
01.06 Brainbug – Nightmare (Sinister Strings Mix)
01.07 Three ‘N One – Sin City (Original Mix)
01.08 Underworld – Dark And Long (Dark Train)
01.09 B.B.E. – Flash (Club Mix)
01.10 L.S.G. – Netherworld (Vinyl Cut)
01.11 Transa – Prophase (X-Cabs Remix One)
01.12 Man With No Name – Vavoom! (Original Mix)
01.13 Mystica – Ever Rest (Mystica Mix)

2.01 CJ Bolland – The Prophet (Original Mix)
2.02 Tastexperience – Summersault (Original Mix)
2.03 Mansun – Wide Open Space (Perfecto Mix)
2.04 Tilt – Rendezvous (Quadraphonic Mix)
2.05 Stoneproof – Everything’s Not You (Quivver’s Space Mix)
2.06 Tilt – Children (Tilt’s Courtyard Mix)
2.07 Freefall – Skydive (Original Mix)
2.08 Push – Universal Nation (Original Mix)
2.09 Amoeba Assassin – Rollercoaster (Oakey’s Courtyard Mix)
2.10 Planet Heaven – Nautical Bodies (Original Mix)
2.11 Groovezone – Eisbaer (Soul Hooligan Mix)
2.12 C.M. – Dream Universe (Original Mix)
2.13 Agnelli & Nelson – El Nino (Matt Darey Remix)
2.14 Tekara – Breathe In You (Tekara’s M & M Dub)
2.15 Transa – Enervate (Original Mix)

This 1999 collection celebrates Paul Oakenfold’s two-year residency (1997 to 1998) at Cream, the legendary club staged at Nation in Liverpool. The addition of crowd noise may be a distraction for some; however, the track selection and mixing represent arguably the zenith of Oakey’s DJ career, during which time he mainstreamed trance to the masses.


Pride 1998

Various Artists
“Pride 1998″ (Mixed by Julian Marsh)
1998 Centaur Music (US)

1.01 Mama Cass – Make Your Own Kind Of Music (Yum Club Mix)
1.02 Birdy – Make My Day (Extended VRS)
1.03 Ti.Pi.Cal. – Live For Today (Club Vox)
1.04 Frank ‘O Moiraghi – I Am What I Am (Club Mix)
1.05 Fire Island – Shout It To The Top (Club 69 Vocal Mix)
1.06 DeCaprio – Love Is In The Air (Extended Mix)
1.07 Queen Of Scots – Stand By Your Man (Vocal Club Mix)
1.08 Sarah Washington – Careless Whispers (12″ Pop’d Up Mix)
1.09 Our Tribe – Love Come Home (Sure Is Pure Mix)
1.10 Secret Life – Love So Strong (Brothers In Rhythm Experience)
1.11 Gigabyte – It’s My Life (Extended Club Mix)

2.01 Big C – Daylight (Northern Lights)
2.02 Madagascar – You’re So Beautiful (Original Version)
2.03 Sundance – Sundance (Club Mix)
2.04 Essence – The Promise (Space Brothers Rethink Remix)
2.05 Sunscreem – Love U More (Jimmy Gomez Remix)
2.06 DJ Red 5 – Lift Me Up (Striking Man Remix)
2.07 Mother’s Pride – Floribunda (Big C Remix)
2.08 Indigo – Perfect Day (12” Mix)
2.09 Janice Robinson – Earthbeat (Morales Classic Earth Mix)

Pride in ourselves. Pride in our children. Pride in the freedom to love who we choose. Pride in our friendships. Pride in our jobs. Pride in our contributions to our society. Pride in our society. Pride in our diversity. Pride in our similarities. Pride in showing our love. Pride in knowing how to be loved. Pride in our spiritual evolution. Pride in our tolerance. Pride in our intolerance for hatred. Pride in making a difference in someone’s life. Pride in making a life. Pride in making our own kind of music. Pride in singing your own special song. Pride in our commitment to help each other. Pride in not going quietly into the night. Pride in the dignity we have shown in losing our family. Pride in knowing we are not alone. Pride in taking the road less traveled. Pride in remembering our past. Pride in knowing we have a future. Pride in our ability to show our world that we are one world and one people… just one!


Do The Evolution

A Change Is Gonna Come

This Land Is Your Land

Stemming from its longtime subversion by schools, summer camps, government entities, and various media, “This Land Is My Land” is regarded by most Americans as an uplifting, patriotic folk song. However, Woody Guthrie penned the lyrics in 1940 to parody and protest Irving Berlin’s mawkish standard “God Bless America.”

The original version contains verses addressing private property and hunger, but those social justice sentiments were sanitized when Guthrie recorded the tune in 1944 (the alternate, unreleased version above contains verse 4 below).

This land is your land, this land is my land
From California to the New York island
From the Redwood Forest to the Gulf Stream waters
This land was made for you and me

As I was walking that ribbon of highway
I saw above me that endless skyway
I saw below me that golden valley
This land was made for you and me

I’ve roamed and rambled and I followed my footsteps
To the sparkling sands of her diamond deserts
And all around me a voice was sounding
This land was made for you and me

There was a big high wall there that tried to stop me
Sign was painted, it said ‘private property’
But on the backside, it didn’t say nothing
This land was made for you and me

When the sun came shining, and I was strolling
And the wheat fields waving and the dust clouds rolling
A voice was chanting as the fog was lifting
This land was made for you and me

In the squares of the city, in the shadow of a steeple
By the relief office, I’d seen my people
As they stood there hungry, I stood there asking
Is this land made for you and me?

Nobody living can ever stop me
As I go walking that freedom highway
Nobody living can ever make me turn back
This land was made for you and me

Mercy Mercy Me


Redemption Song

Money Is Not Our God

Meat Is Murder