New Deep/Future house mix :)
1) Faithless - Insomnia (Calippo Remix)
2) Franky Rizardo, Tess Leah - Come Into My Life
3)Emily Vaughn - Better Off (Lash Remix)
4) Major Lazer - Powerful feat. Ellie Goulding & Tarrus Riley (Michael Calfan Remix)
5) Martin Solveig Vs Skepta & JME - Thats Not Me Intoxicated (Alex Ross VIP Remix)
6) Roy Greco - Comeback (Original Mix)
7) Swedish House Mafia - One (DubRocca Remix)
8) Tinie Tempah - Not Letting Go ft. Jess Glynne (XYconstant Remix)
9) Higher Self feat. Lauren Mason - Ghosts (DJ Q Remix)
10) HI-LO - Crank It Up
11) HI-LO - Renegade Mastah
12) Tom Budin & WHTKD - Bad Vibe
13) USB Players - Shapes (Original Mix)
14) Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - Downtown (Tom Budin Remix)
15) Martin Garrix & Justin Mylo - Bouncy Bob (Original Mix)
Self-penned, the track starts slowly with Glenn's keyboard and Ronnie's acoustic guitar weaving arpeggios, while Damian's electric guitar swells add a note of pathos. Distorted chords lead into a soaring solo with flashes of Gilmour and Rothery. A powerful ode to the ancient high priestesses of ages past and a crowd favourite.
Written by Ronnie, the rythmic beat is evocative of a small sailing dingy dancing on gentle waves across Hartlepool Bay. After a melodic acoustic solo from Ronnie, the track gets softer, as the small boat fades into the distance on a gentle breeze.
Our own take on the Green Day classic, starting with lilting piano accordion, gentle acoustic picking and sweet piano, building to a frenzied chorus. Check out Glenn's great organ sound in the solo - shades of The Doors!
Dramatic and moody, Glenn's piano opens, with acoustic guitar and accordion swirling around the vocal melody. The track builds to a crescendo then the vocal hangs on the penultimate note. A cautionary tale of lost love!
Self-penned, this one has starts with tremelo-chords played by Angie on the electric guitar before Andy launches into a shuffle-beat that carries the song throughout. Features Glenn with some great syncopated piano to the fore.
Our version of the Sandy Denny / Fairport Convention favourite, with a gentle piano accordion motif from Damian, arranged around Angie's soaring vocal melody and piano accompaniment from Glenn. A crowd favourite - listen and lose yourself in the moment!
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TROWIE TALES: 2) THE DEATH OF THE FINN KING
The second musical number in the production of Trowie Tales was written to illustrate a fierce sea battle between a group of Orkney fishermen and a vengeful sea monster, the Finn King. It begins with a fatal blow to the Finn King's head, followed by the monster's death throes. The battle music makes very explicit references to Mahler's First Symphony, as well as more cryptic ones to the same composer's Second and Shostakovich's Fourteenth. It then subsides to a sustained monotone drumroll, during which the body of the Finn King is brought up onto the beach for cremation (narrative in the stage production). After three false starts the pyre is lit, and the fishing community celebrate with an energetic dance. The music for this section is in fact an orchestration of The Dingeshowe Dancers from the album 'Skyran' by Jennifer and Hazel Wrigley, who kindly allowed their music to be used for the production.