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Marshall Jefferson, Gayle San, James Lavelle - Tribal Gathering '96 Album

Marshall Jefferson, Gayle San, James Lavelle - Tribal Gathering '96 Album
Performer: Marshall Jefferson, Gayle San, James Lavelle
Title: Tribal Gathering '96
Country: UK
Genre: Electronic
Style:House, Techno, Downtempo
Released: 1996
Catalog Number: UNV001CD
Label: Universe
MP3 album: 2145 mb
FLAC album: 1023 mb
1FredHorny Ass Fred6:36
2TesoxSensual Sign5:14
3DJ Spooky & Mr. ScruffMurderah Style (Spy VS That Subliminal Kid)3:45
4Salt City OrchestraThe Book3:48
5DJ Krush & DJ ShadowDuality2:47
6Space DJzMeantime3:53
7Jedi KnightsSolina (The Ascension)4:27
84th WaveAttention Please0:42
9ShogunLatin Nights3:58
10Alexander HopeHappy Days3:21
11DJ FoodSpiral Dub4:37
Co-producer – Ramon Zenker
14Marshall JeffersonJump On It3:14
15ShitakeDigital Domain (Shi Mix)
Remix – The Advent
16Gayle SanTribal6:18
17PeshayThe Real Thing (90 BPM Mix)7:12
1869Ladies & Gentleman4:28
19Swingtime DeeYour Wildest Dreams (Expanded Mix)5:42
20Howie BAllergy2:02
21Z FactorGotta Keep Pushin (Expanded Mix)6:37
23DJ CrystlYour Destiny2:03
25NorthsideOne Love (The Connection)3:09
26 CD1 mixed by Marshall Jefferson
27Ian PooleyChord Memory5:06
28The Blunted Boy WonderCircuit Sex4:44
29Raw DealHeadless Horseman3:13
30Basement JaxxBe Free3:55
31 CD3 mixed by James Lavelle
32X-ConnectionFunky Drive4:50
33USS SevereBarcode Population5:23
34Max 404Quiddity2:21
35VuduThe Calling
Remix – The Truth
36AphroqueensThis Could Be The Night
Engineer – Darren Hickey Keyboards – Richard Green Producer – Alan Jinx Chamberlain
37Basement JaxxSamba Magic5:37
38Subvoice007 A14:51
39 CD2 mixed by Gayle San
40The Future Sound Of LondonPapua New Guinea3:43
41Jean PhilippeSexy Thing4:58
  • DJ MixGayle San (tracks: 2-01 to 2-12), James Lavelle (tracks: 3-01 to 3-13), Marshall Jefferson (tracks: 1-01 to 1-13)
  • DJ Mix [Rumoured]Psychonauts (tracks: 3-01 to 3-13)
CD1 - 58:19.
CD2 - 64:16.
CD3 - 45:18.

Track 3-12 is incorrectly listed on the CD as being Jedi Knghts 'One For MAW'.

CDs cardbox with numbered CD sleeves and booklet.

℗&© 1996 Universal Recordings.

Made in England.

Although not officially credited, the Psychonauts (the original three members) did the mix that James Lavelle is credited with. This is a similar situation as with the Cream Live Two CD 3 "James Lavelle: Courtyard" mix.
  • Barcode (Text): 5 019148 610243
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5019148610243
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): UNIV1/1 ODC UK
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI L041
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI 6901
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): UNIV1/2 ODC UK
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI L042
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI 6911
  • Matrix / Runout (CD3): UNIV1/3 ODC UK
  • Mastering SID Code (CD3): IFPI L042
  • Mould SID Code (CD3): IFPI 6921
  • Distributed By – SRD
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Universe Recordings
  • Copyright (c) – Universe Recordings
  • Made By – ODC UK
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Reviews: (4)
Just a minor tracklisting note, but the track listed as "DJ Spooky & Mr. Scruff Murderah Style (Spy VS That Subliminal Kid)" you won't find anywhere under that name. The same track (or one very very similar) was released as "DJ Spooky Galactic Funk (Tau Ceti Mix)" on Songs of a Dead Dreamer. I don't have an explanation for the discrepancy.
The Gayle San mix was my first introduction to proper techno.

I have to say I disagree slightly with the previous review.
I suppose you could say Gayles mix was 'bland' but then this is minimal techno after all!

The Space DJs tune is good but its not the only nice track on here, my favouriet being Fred 'Horny as Fred', its got more of a breakbeat techno feel and is indeed very horny, well funky!!!

As for the spinbacks I actually like them, it gives the set a nice 'Live' Feel

I cant really comment on the other mixes.

I lost this CD many years ago untill recently when I aquired it from a discogs seller, was nice to remanice!

I would recommend the Gayle San mix to anyone who would like an intoduction to techno, and as with all music after a fiew listens it becomes better and better.

So whatever happenned to Universe?

Ahhhh - This was an often-overlooked yet well nice mix compilation.
3 completely different mixes .
The Gayle San mix serves up minimal techno /tribal affair which to be honest was bland at best (OK -bar the Space DJs track which was a special little track). Mostly average blends plus obligatory spinbacks ahoy -still San did her thing reasonably enough .
Marshall Jefferson -himself a house founding father delivers up a rather camp yet compentant house by numbers mix with a few gems courtesy of Basement Jaxx , Ian Pooley etc. Enjoyable enough stuff .
This mix compilation was really was only about the James Lavelle mix -which like the Cream Live 2 mix of the same year ('96) was mixed up by the Psychonauts. Still Lavelle was the "name" on the box ...still... but lets face it Lavelle cant mix for shit and hey looking back if you knew the Psychonauts do the maths .
Although not as extensively mixed up as the Cream Live 2 mix -there is typically a great track selection with some very clever blends + some lovely cuts and plenty of additional scratching going on (not just skills for the sake of it -but some really fine moments -ie-DJ Crystal juggles before Peshay / sublime scratching over Shogun / the 69 outro bit) -The Psychonauts just had that knack of doing really beautiful mixtapes back then (ie-best Radio 1 Essential Mix ever also same year as this comp-ie-1996- to boot!!!) -skills + subliminal blends .Really good mix
Pretty cool set with 3 completely different styled DeeJays - Something , that requires an openness towards musical styles, that is pretty rare nowadays.
CD 1 showcases the first DJ Set on CD by Gayle San. Funky bangin' hard-groove Techno is her style and she delivers it well- a bit monotonous, especially compared to those other 2 mixes, but a good start into the Tribal Gathering Experience.
What follows is one of the best House-mixes i own. Marshall Jefferson, a true Master and capable of spinning funky as well as uplifting House in all of it's diversity and glory. From the start with one of UK's greatest House anthems ever Salt City Orchestra's "The Book" over "Samba Magic" by Basement Jaxx to Ian Pooley's smashh "Chord Memory" he delivers the goods from european newcomers (back then). Hit after Hit at the start , but he keeps the vibe and interest high with lesser known tunes by acts as Z-Factor, Northside or the Aphroqueens without loosing momentum... A truly great set and worth the price of this box alone !
But before we quit listening comes the remarkable mix by Mo Wax mastermind James Lavelle, who selects astonishing sounds and beats. MoWax was just starting to bloom, as was the whole Headz /Trip Hop movement. I am listening to his set at the moment and he still grabs me and excites me with this deep and mysterious selections of weird sounds, scratches and beats. Raw Deal's "Headless Horsemen" sends shivers down my back while 4th Wave get my full attention with their classical music sampling "Attention Please". With Max 404, Shogun + Howie B at the beginning he sets the pace, while he blows the listeners mind with this extraordinary middle passage. DJ Crystl, Peshay , Future Sound Of London with their mighty "Papua New Guinea", Jedi Knight's "One For MAW" and Carl Craig with the mellow Ladies & Gentlemen (in his 69 synonnym) cool things down a bit and leave us with pure bliss.
Awesome. Nearly 10 years now that i bought this set and it still rocks. Even stronger than most of the hyper cool DJ sets we hear today.