[DJ Mix] BP Sessions ‘Beautiful’

Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 February 2010 11:45 Written by SiMuL Wednesday, 20 August 2008 04:32

BeatPort Sessions Volume 2. It’s funny how the spirit of music likes to ‘nudge’ its will on us at times. I intended for this to be a more mellow and tranquil collection of tracks. However, as I struggled to find the right songs to continue the level of perfection I like my mixes to have, I could tell the direction this CD was taking was not as I had originally intended. It seems, though, that the spirit really does know best…

I lay before you my latest mix, please enjoy this more than I did making it!

Genre: Breaks (Progressive)
Date: August 2008

Download/Play: BP Sessions Vol.2 - Beautiful (1752)
CUE File (needed to burn audio CD with individual tracks): .cue (1785)

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