APDW Vs. Tim Deluxe Feat. Sam Obernik – Just Won’t Do (ATFC & Warren Clarke Re-Vamp)


Δεν υπάρχουν λόγια για αυτό το single…just won’t do. Μας συνόδευε κάθε βράδυ στο Brighton και σε κάθε club έπαιζε πολύ δυνατά!!!

“My eyes, that cannot see
other guys that are cuter
and my ears they cannot hear
my friends say
i should walk away

Refrain:
But my heart, it wont obey
it wont do, without you
i doubt my heart, it wont obey
it just wont do, without you

my knees they dont go weak
they don’t go giddy-up
when you don’t call me
and my head
it does not spin
so don’t try me, with your sweet nothings

(refrain)

my mind is buggin out
when i think your it
see me run
lickedy split
and my toes watch them curl
so don’t call me babe cause i aint your little girl

(refrain)

lalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalala

my mind is buggin out
when i think your it
see me run
lickedy split
and my toes watch them curl
so don’t call me babe cause i aint your little girl

(refrain)

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John Digweed – Gridlock


John Digweed began DJing around age 13. His breakthrough came in 1993 when he got a gig at the Renaissance Club in Mansfield after fellow DJ Alexander Coe (aka Sasha) heard his demo.

Digweed is known for promoting the progressive house sound that became popular in Europe and North America in the late 1990s and early 2000s. He started the record label Bedrock Records to further promote the music he was playing at the time. In addition to starting the Bedrock imprint, he and friend Nick Muir produce under the Bedrock alias. In his sets, Digweed is noted for adopting tracks with new and different styles.

Between 2000 and 2005, Digweed promoted his “Bedrock” sound with monthly club nights for members and newcomers to the electronic music scene. He played Thursday nights at Heaven in London and Friday nights at a smaller club night at The Beach in Brighton. These nights featured numerous guest DJs including Phil Thompson, Hernan Cattaneo, and Chris Fortier. As Digweed’s international schedule increased, these events drew to a close, although occasional reunions are still held at Heaven. Digweed celebrated 10 years of his Bedrock club night at Matter, London on 10 October 2008 with a near on 10-hour set.

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