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    Calibre – Essential Mix BBC Radio 1


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    Belfast’s Calibre delivers a moody, cinematic two hour mix. Featuring brand new productions alongside music from Mala, Alix Perez, Dbridge, the late great Marcus Intalex, and even some rare BBC sound effects LPs!

    Or listen here, as long its available: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08vxk1z
    Tracklist:
    1. Death of the Fly – More Death & Horror – BBC
    2. Dirty Shadows – Future Sound of London – Virgin
    3. 70’s Beauty – Hearts of Space – Rising High
    4. Five Minute Flame – Calibre – Dub
    5. You know I know & Thee know – Charles Bukowski – Caedmon Audio
    6. Intro – Carl Craig & Moritz von Oswald – Universal
    7. Stars We Can See – Calibre – TNS
    8. As the Earth Kissed the Moon – Michael Steams – Light In The Attic
    9. The Road – Calibre – Dub
    10. Adagio – Dick Mills – BBC
    11. Sand Promise – Calibre – TNS
    12. Thunder Fog – Calibre – TNS
    13. Trimming – Calibre – TNS
    14. Limbo – Calibre – TNS
    15. Lit – Calibre – Signature Recordings
    16. I’ll Draw You A Mountain – Kevin Verwijmeren – Icarus
    17. Wassold – Calibre – TNS
    18. Eyes – Mala – Deep Medi
    19. Softly Softly – Calibre – TNS
    20. Dutty – Calibre – Deep Medi
    21. Without You – Calibre – TNS
    22. Mars Rain – James Bernard – Rising High
    23. Love Is – Dominick Martin – Signature Recordings
    24. Wind Through Crack In A Door – More Death & Horror – BBC
    25. Round Box – Calibre – Signature Recordings
    26. Crawler – Calibre – Signature Recordings
    27. Falls To You – Calibre – Signature Recordings
    28. Blind For Bang – Calibre – Signature Recordings
    29. Footloose – Calibre – Signature Recordings
    30. The Trot – Calibre – CIA
    31. Mr Natural – Calibre – Signature Recordings
    32. Synergy – Alix Perez/Spectrasoul – 1985 Music
    33. Complain – Calibre – Signature Recordings
    34. 8 am to 1 am – Skeptical – Dub
    35. Sunrise – Calibre feat. DRS – Signature Recordings
    36. Still Aint Changed – Random Movement – Flight Pattern
    37. New Day – LSB feat. DRS – Soul:R
    38. Step Forward – Marcus Intalex – Soul:R
    39. No Discipline – Dbridge/Skeptical – Exit
    40. Innate Motion – Tokyo Prose – Soul:R
    41. Run Away – Calibre & Marcus Intalex feat. Fox – Signature Recordings
    42. If You Wait – London Grammar (Calibre Remix) – Dub
    43. Oh Please – Calibre – Signature Recordings
    44. Bullets – Calibre feat. Diane Charlemagne – Signature Recordings
    45. Field Recordings & Sound Design From End Of Summer – Johann Johannsson & Peter Albrechsen – Pattern
    46. Manchester Nights – Calibre & Marcus Intalex – Signature Recordings
    47. Field Recordings & Sound Design From End Of Summer- Johann Johannsson & Peter Albrechsen – Pattern
    48. Grips On A Baby – Mary Lattimore – Footfalls Records

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