DJ Dixon* ‎– Body Language Vol. 4

Get Physical Music ‎– GPMLP 012
2 × Vinyl, 12", Compilation

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A1 Herbert* Moving Like A Train (Smith N Hack / Dixon Edit)
Edited By – DixonProducer – Matthew HerbertRemix – Smith N HackWritten-By – Matthew 'Never Enough Time' Herbert*
A2 Owusu & Hannibal What's It About (Original Version)
Written-By – P. Owusu*, R. Hannibal*
B1 Henrik Schwarz / Âme / Dixon Where We At Pt. 2 (Body Language Version)
B2 Erig Rug* Feat. Dynamax Tribute (The Laroye & Ky Bonus Dub)
Bass – Greg MussoChorus [Choeurs Enfants] – Emma L., Le Trio Meunier, Martin C., Mathilde C., Pauline C.Congas – Orlando PoleoRemix – L'Aroye & KÿRemix [Credited To], Producer [Remix] – R. Caillard*, T. Arroyo*Vocals [Featuring] – DynamaxWritten-By – E. Rug*, J. Edmontson*, R. Caillard*, T. Arroyo*
C1 Chromatics In The City (Demo Version)
Producer – Johnny JewelVocals – Ruth RadeletWritten-By – Adam Miller (4), Johnny Jewel
C2 Larry Heard Pres. Mr. White* The Sun Can't Compare (Long Version)
Mixed By, Producer – Larry HeardWritten-By – C. White*, L. Heard*
D1 It (3) Women In Toilet (Stefan Goldmann Macro Version)
Producer [Additional], Remix – Stefan GoldmannProducer, Written-By – Georges Flachon, Stephane Manceau*
D2 Timo Maas Slip In Electro Kid (Edited For Body Language 4)
Mixed By, Drums, Keyboards – Martin ButtrichOrchestrated By, Conductor – Sven KaiserProducer – Martin Buttrich, Timo MaasWritten-By – M. Buttrich*, T. Maas*


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GPMCD012 DJ Dixon* Body Language Vol. 4(CD, Mixed) Get Physical Music GPMCD012 Germany 2007 Sell This Version
GPM CD 012 DJ Dixon* Body Language Vol. 4(CD, Comp, Mixed, Promo) Get Physical Music GPM CD 012 Germany 2007 Sell This Version
GPMCD012 DJ Dixon* Body Language Vol. 4(CD, Mixed, Promo, Car) Get Physical Music GPMCD012 Germany 2007 Sell This Version



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June 6, 2008

To my ears a real collection of raw diamonds.

Many different electronic styles, every track playable on the floor. I don't think that the genre "minimal/ tech-house" fits here, i would rather say most tracks go more into a "deep house" direction. Reason: with the terms "minimal/ tech-house" i mostly identify clinical, sterile & monotonous tracks, while Dixon puts together highly musical songs with real instruments and singers on every 2nd song.

This is exactly what i would wish DJ compilations to be like, i got the impression that Dixon gives us the best tracks from his actual sets!

If you like his style, check out Henrik Schwarz' DJ Kicks, i think they are on the same high level that is very rare with DJ-Mix-Vinyl-Editions which i find very dissapointing most of the times.