Jimmy Van M ‎– Bedrock: Compiled And Mixed By Jimmy Van M

Bedrock Records ‎– BEDCD2
2 × CD, Mixed, Compilation

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1.01 Moshic And Zidan* Nightstalker 9:07
1.02 Floppy Sounds Late Night (Dissonant Dub) 7:23
1.03 ECVM Circuit Breaker (John Creamer & Stephane K Remix)
Remix – John Creamer & Stephane K
1.04 Yum Yum Heavy Fluid 5:40
1.05 Prototype (4) Control Of Sound 7:30
1.06 Bill Hamel Presents Innate & Andy Moor Barotek (Blackwatch Threshold Dub)
Remix – Blackwatch
1.07 Trancentral Station Mothership (Steve Porter Remix)
Remix – Steve Porter
1.08 Tocharian Lacuna 2:28
1.09 Jimmy Van M Feat. Terra Deva Love Like Sleep (Dub)
Vocals – Terra Deva
1.10 Minimalistix Struggle For Pleasure (Filterheadz Remix)
Remix – Filterheadz
2.01 John Johnson London 8:33
2.02 Solid Sessions Janeiro (Original Mix) 8:19
2.03 Solid Sessions Janeiro (Saffron Mix)
Remix – Saffron (2)
2.04 Brancaccio & Aisher Music Don't Stop 5:48
2.05 Quivver One Last Time (Quivver's Amytiville Dub)
Remix – Quivver
2.06 Van Bellen Soulfeel (The Senses EP) 8:20
2.07 Mansdisco Mansdisco (Original Mix) 6:31
2.08 Junkie XL Bon Voyage 6:00
2.09 Nuclear Ramjet Deep Blue 5:50
2.10 Thermobee & Stratosphere Stoned Trance 7:02

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1.10 is actually the Filterheadz Remix, when no mix is given in the liner notes
2.10 incorrectly listed as "Diminished Responsibility."

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PICP-5008, PICP-500801, PICP-500802 Jimmy Van M Bedrock: Compiled And Mixed By Jimmy Van M(2xCD, Comp, Mixed) Pioneer (3), Pioneer (3), Pioneer (3) PICP-5008, PICP-500801, PICP-500802 Japan 2002 Sell This Version
PIO-CD-5163-2 Jimmy Van M Bedrock: Compiled And Mixed By Jimmy Van M(2xCD, Maxi, Comp, Mixed, Unofficial) Pioneer (25) PIO-CD-5163-2 2001 Sell This Version
Bedlp2 Jimmy Van M Bedrock: Compiled & Unmixed By Jimmy Van M(3xLP, Comp) Bedrock Records Bedlp2 UK 2001 Sell This Version
PIO-CD-5163-2 Jimmy Van M Bedrock: Compiled And Mixed(2xCD, Mixed) Pioneer (3) PIO-CD-5163-2 US 2001 Sell This Version


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June 2, 2019
This and the Chris Fortier Bedrock were two of the first of this type of house music I ever heard, and I loved all the sounds that I heard because this type of deep scary sound was nothing I heard in other house music. I just listened to both of them and unlike most Progressive house that I used to like, I still thought these two were pretty good . As usual with with me, vocal tracks ruin it for me because I'd rather just here the music. Vocal tracks do less than nothing for me. They can make an otherwise great track sound like a cheesey piece of s***. And they're the only tracks that I have the urge to skip over on these two CDs


September 6, 2017
edited over 3 years ago

This was the album that had me change from being a progressive trance Dj to a progressive house Dj. This was a game changer of and album imo, it's got so many different sounds and moods and the way it flows is unique to me. Jimmy was one of my favorite Dj's back then and it's a shame he's not really relevant today.


February 27, 2006
edited over 15 years ago
A then-unremarkable mix of dark, dark dance music. that disc 1 starts with a tune called 'Night Stalker' should tell you all you need to know - echoey FX, intense tribal beats and a pervading sense of imminent death. A climax of sorts hits with Prototype's "Control Of Sound", with its self-destruct-sequence klaxons and relentless undead funk beat.

Disc 2 is generally trancier, but not any brighter. standout track is Bon Voyage, with its screaming 7ths providing a fitting climax.

Overall, this set rules. Few mixes succeed in capturing a mood as effectively. what I don't understand is how anybody was allowed to play this stuff in a club. I'd hate to think the sort of effect it would have when mixed with psychotropic substances ;).