Mixtapes

Greensleeves The First 10 Years

December 22, 2010 | 24 Comments

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GREENSLEEVES THE FIRST 10 YEARS is a 56 track mixtape produced by Al Fingers for Stüssy Deluxe, showcasing tunes from the first decade (1977–87) of UK reggae label, Greensleeves Records. It was released alongside the book Greensleeves The First 100 Covers and a series of limited edition tees.

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Combination Mixtape Series Vol 1: Zakee Shariff – Stardust

October 16, 2007 | 1 Comment

COMBINATION MIXTAPE SERIES VOL 1: ZAKEE SHARIFF – STARDUST

A mix produced to sit alongside London-based artist/designer Zakee Shariff‘s “Stardust” collection of clothes and accessories, inspired by a line from Joni Mitchell’s song “Woodstock”: We are stardust, we are golden, and we’ve got to get ourselves back to the garden. Although Mitchell was unable to attend Woodstock, David Crosby said that with this song she had “captured the feeling and importance of the Woodstock festival better than anyone who had been there”. This mix is centered around this tune, featuring various versions of it sung by Mitchell at different times, as well as music from Brian Eno, Israel Kamakawiwo’ole, Jill Scott, Heatwave, Minnie Riperton, John Lennon, and the Khalsa String Band, and poetry from Rumi and James Wright.

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Conscious Mixtape Series Vol 1: Serious Times

September 25, 2007 | 2 Comments

CONSCIOUS MIXTAPE SERIES VOL 1: SERIOUS TIMES (small)

SERIOUS TIMES was compiled in reaction to the tragedy of 9/11 and the subsequent illegal war waged on Iraq by George Bush and Tony Blair. Taking its name from Gyptian’s debut single, the mix features antiwar songs by artists such as Barrington Levy, Bob Dylan, Turbulence, Luciano and Sinead O’Connor, as well as the Truth & Rights remix of Marvin’s Gaye’s classic antiwar tune, “What’s Going On”.

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