LTJ Bukem Featuring MC Conrad ‎– Progression Sessions - Japan Live 2002

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Good Looking Records ‎– GLRPS007X
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2 × CD, Mixed
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CD1: LTJ Bukem Featuring MC Conrad
1-01 Greenfly G-Funk 6:39
1-02 Herbie Hancock The Essence (Bukem's DJ Mix)
Remix – LTJ Bukem
7:46
1-03 Kymera Secrets 7:58
1-04 Nookie Innerspace 6:51
1-05 PFM The Western (Mike's Richochet Mix) 10:21
1-06 Makoto Music Has Never Let Me Down 7:23
1-07 Greg Packer Summer Breeze 6:28
1-08 Soul Purpose (2) Falling 6:28
1-09 Makoto My Soul 6:04
1-10 Org Lounge Femme De La Mystique 6:29
1-11 Makoto You Make Me Feel 4:36
CD2: LTJ Bukem Studio Instrumental
2-01 Greenfly G-Funk 6:02
2-02 Herbie Hancock The Essence (Bukem's DJ Mix)
Remix – LTJ Bukem
7:53
2-03 Kymera Secrets 6:15
2-04 Nookie Innerspace 6:47
2-05 PFM The Western (Mike's Richochet Mix) 6:20
2-06 Makoto Music Has Never Let Me Down 7:40
2-07 Greg Packer Summer Breeze 6:24
2-08 Soul Purpose (2) Falling 6:24
2-09 Makoto My Soul 6:04
2-10 Org Lounge Femme De La Mystique 5:44
2-11 Makoto You Make Me Feel 5:47

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The tracklisting on both CDs is identical, CD2 is an instrumental version of CD1.

℗ 2002 Good Looking Records Ltd. © 2002 Good Looking Records. ® Good Looking.
Recorded live from LIQUIDROOM at Progression Sessions, Tokyo, by kind courtesy of LIQUIDROOM
and Drum & Bass Sessions (organised by Metal Machine Muzik & Earth Planning).
Manufactured in England.

Released in a card digipak case.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 090204924653
  • Rights Society: mcps
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LR61
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 1): GLRPS007-DISC1
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 2): GLRPS007X-2

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solstarr

solstarr

April 21, 2015
A well compiled Progression Series. Has a funky uplifting feel to it. Stand out tracks include Makoto's
'Music Has Never Let Me Down,' and PFM's classic 'The Western' (Mike's Richochet Mix)
Subliminl

Subliminl

May 1, 2003

After listening to the previous Progression Sessions, I was quite impressed at the quality and emotion these two guys deliver...
Progression Sessions 7 is even better than #6, keeping and increasing the vibe from the previous one. In fact this one just makes me want to bust some moves on the dance floor, it's just so hypnotic, so delicious...
A -must have- for every LTJ Bukem fan out there.