Woodstock 94 is a two-disc set documenting the Woodstock 1994 festival. It was released during November 1994, nearly three months after the event took place. The album was released on A&M Records. The set features 27 performing artists, one song per artist. It also features the recording of both general stage announcements and some band introductions given at various points during the festival. Live – "Selling the Drama" – 4:33. Blues Traveler – "But Anyway" – 4:18.
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DJ Sasha & Breeze @ Miss Moneypennys, Sept 94 (Double pack) Sasha Sept 94 (60min) aka Tease 2 1. BT - Embracing The Sunshine (Sashas Mix) 2. Warp Factor 1 - Care 4 Me "oh baby you don't care for me" piano 3. Kylie Minogue - Confide In Me (Brothers In Rhythm Remix) 4. Olga - Im A Bitch 5. . Rising inst with piano 6.
NIN Hauntingly Beautiful Music (Gannett News - Sept '94). NIN Pounds Raw, Horrifying, Intense Rock (Omaha Herald Sept '94). The Reznor Edge" (Houston TX Post - Oct '94). Natural Born Thriller (LA Times - Oct '94). NIN Album on Horizon (Daily News Online - Aug '98). NIN - Time Will Only Tell. perfectlittledream Online Mag. - Aug '98).
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Sasha - fabric 99 Of course Sasha was chosen to mix fabric 99, the second-last instalment in the London club's revered series. His relationship with the venue goes back almost 20 years-he played one of the club's earliest parties in November 1999-and he's arguably dance music's premier mix CD specialist, responsible not only for helping spawn the format with Renaissance: The Mix Collection alongside John Digweed in 1994, but for delivering some of its greatest-ever volumes. About fabric, Sasha has said: "I feel it's somewhere I play differently to anywhere else in the world. That comes across on fabric 99, a mix that subtly challenges expectations of a typical Sasha set. Melody and drama, long since the UK DJ's calling cards, sit front and centre, but the moods are muted and slow to unfurl, with few of the noisy or overly sentimental theatrics that can plague his DJing.