Tom Middleton ‎– The Trip Created By Tom Middleton



Asteroid (2) Asteroid
The City Of Prague Philharmonic Star Wars - Main Theme
The Mohawks Mony Mony
Spanky Wilson The Sunshine Of Your Love
James Brown Sex Machine
Tom Tom Club Wordy Rappinghood
Thompson Twins Love Lies Bleeding
Lizzy Mercier Descloux Funky Stuff
Shades* Upside Down
Pigbag Papa's Got A Brand New Pigbag (7'' Remix)
Sherbert Roxanne 2003
Señor Coconut And His Orchestra Smooth Operator
Usha Uthup Chhupke Kaun Aya
Troubleman Change Is What You Need (Progress)
The Quantic Soul Orchestra Hold It Down
Ray Barretto Pastime Paradise
Montefiori Cocktail Gipsy Woman
Level 42 The Sun Goes Down - Living It Up
Horace Andy Ain't No Sunshine
Sugar Daddy (5) Sweet Soca Music
Danny Breaks The Jellyfish
The Pointer Sisters* Don't It Drive You Crazy
McKay* Take Me Over
Shirley Ellis The Clapping Song (Single Version)
Lenny Fontana Spread Love (Nu:Tone Remix)
UN-CUT Midnight
Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes Don't Leave Me This Way (A Tom Moulton Mix)
Derek Griffiths Bod Theme
Ted Heath And His Orchestra Johnny One Note
The City Of Prague Philharmonic Close Encounters Of The Third Kind - Theme
Ulrich Schnauss If You've Never Been Away
Asha Puthli Space Talk
Faze-O Riding High
Lewis Taylor Lovelight
Common The Light (Album Version)
The Style Council Long Hot Summer (Single Edit)
Ramp (3) Daylight (Album Version)
Harpers Bizarre Knock On Wood
Dudley Moore Trio Millionaire
The Robert Mellin Orchestra* The Adventures Of Robinson Crusoe - Main Theme
Clangers The Clangers
Johnny Harris Footprints On The Moon
The Peddlers On A Clear Day You Can See Forever
Ramsey Lewis Dear Prudence
Dorothy Ashby The Windmills Of Your Mind
Freddie Phillips Music Box From Camberwick Green
Shur-I-Kan Last Warm Place
AMBA Astral Projection
Stanley Clarke Concerto For Jazz - Part 1 - Album
Vladimir Cosma Promenade Sentimentale
Vangelis Creation Du Monde
Freddie Phillips Windy Miller's Sails From Camberwick Green


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November 15, 2013
edited 2 months ago
referencing The Trip Created By Tom Middleton, 3xLP, Comp, 981 753-7

i'd recommend this album in its entirety for the enjoyment of the creative efforts that Tom Middleton put into this. the tracks aren't especially memorable as amazing...but all of them a little bit funny and pretty groovy. the major kicker to this album for me is that it seems like it gets slept on, likely because of the funny cover tracks all over it, but the one exclusive Ulrich Schnauss track 'If You've Never Been Away,' I would easily spend a lot of money trying to get that track on vinyl. If you love 'Far Away Trains Passing By' then this Schnauss track alone is worth owning the whole album. Very entertaining to say the least. I could easily, at any time, listen to The Trip from beginning to end if I'm in a light mood or I would like to usher myself into a light mood.


July 28, 2008
referencing The Trip Created By Tom Middleton, 2xCD, Mixed, 981 753-4

Although already four years old, this album really reminds us why Tom Middleton should be regarded as one of the premier "thinkers" in music out there. Anyone can throw some tracks together and make a mix. Some might do it better than others. And a few might actually make it original and unique. But Tom is one of the only people in existence who doesn't just throw stuff around, and doesn't get lucky - his knowledge of music spans generations and cultures, and his own ability to produce music has lent him the ability to create a mix like The Trip. One shouldn't describe this album in terms of the genres or artists represented - because that part doesn't really matter. It's the FEELING you get hearing these tracks fade and cut into each other, the overall journey you have taken, from track 1 to track 46 - that is what's important. If you liked Orbital's Back To Mine mix, then this is a no brainer, and it takes that concept to new heights. Buy, enjoy, and share with others.