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540 – Jaguar Skills


A ninja (忍者) or shinobi (忍び) was a covert agent or mercenary in feudal Japan who specialized in unorthodox warfare. The functions of the ninja included espionage, sabotage, infiltration, and assassination, and open combat in certain situations. Their covert methods of waging war contrasted the ninja with the samurai, who observed strict rules about honor and combat. These days ninjas have moved with the times and unlike his blood thirsty brethren 21st century ninja Jaguar Skills uses his dexterity to chop tracks rather than adversaries as he shows off his famed dexterity on the turntables.

Honing his craft and love of music for the last 20 years Jaguar Skills is one of the UK’s most singular music talents. Peerless behind the decks and yet with his anonymity still intact, he is a constituently impressive presence on the club and festival circuit, delighting ravers with his faultless technical sets and encyclopedic knowledge of drum and bass, hip-hop and everything in between, while in the studio, Jags continues his evolution into a producer of A-list quality.

For this weeks podcast he has done something very special for us, it’s 60 minutes featuring 100 disco track, all re-edited by him for your listening pleasure. On receiving this mix we instantly text him thanking him for all the effort, to this reply “I worked hard for you guys on this one, my ninja”, he really has gone the extra mile and for that Jag…. we salute you!

Salsoul Orchestra – Ain’t No Moutain High Enough
Salsoul Orchestra – Magic Bird Of Fire
Atmosphere – Dancing In Outta Space
In Seach Of Orchestra – Phenomena Theme
Roy Ayers – Sweet Tears
Oscar And the Girls -Doin The Trash
Geoff Love – Theme From Charlie’s Angels
Earth WInd & Fire – Let’s Groove
Chic – Savoir Faire
Boney M – Gotta Go Home
Boney M – Daddy Cool
K-Jee – MFSB
MFSB – Love Is The Message
Cookie Monster – Sesame Street Fever
Instant Funk – I Got My Mind Made Up
Blowfly – Can I Cum In Your Mouth
Edwin Birdsong – Cola Bottle Baby
Chakka Khan – Clouds
DJ Pookie – Earth Break
Geoff Love – Theme From Kojak 77
Sister Sledge – Pinball Number Count
Jimmy Sabata – To Be With You
The O-Jay’s – Message In Our Music
Boney M – Ma Baker
Geoff Love – Theme From Dr Who
The Tramps – Where Do We Go From Here
Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes – The Love I Lost
Rhythm Heritage – Blockbuster
Toney Lee – Reach Up
Vaughan Mason&Crew – Bounce, Rock, Skate, Roll
RCR – Give It To You
Geoff Love – There From Close Encounters
Jackson 5 – The Life Of The Party
Rick James – You And I
Todd Love – Popeye Disco
Pino D’Angelo – Ma Quale Idea
The Usual Gang Of Idiots – The Disco Clap
Sal Soul Orchestra – Salsoul Hustle
Blowfly – Show Me A Man Who Don’t Like To Fuck
Kool And The Gang – Steppin Out
Is It Love You’re After
Rose Royce – Best Of My Love
Cloud One – Stomp Your Feet And Dance
Carol WIllaims – Love Is You
Max Bygraves – Tulips From Amsterdam
Johney Mathas – Sing
Gloria Gaynor – I Will Survive
Loleatta Holloway – Love Sensation
Heatwave – Boogie Nights
Chic – Soup For One
Chic – Chic Cheer
Blondie – Rapture
Chic – My Forbidden Lover
Rick James – Give It Up
Bee Gee’s – More Than A Woman
Don Renaldo Strings – Fiddlin’ Around
Alicia Myers – I Want To Thank You
Cher – Take Me Home
The Love unlimited Orchestra – Love’s Theme
Patrice Rushen – Forget Me Nots
Bee Gee’s – Night Fever
Sylvester – Over And Over
Michael Jackson – Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough
Michael Jackson – Off The Wall
Chicago – Street Player
Breakin’ Down Sugar Samba
Michael Jackson – Rock With You
Phreek – The Weekend
Sylvester – You Make Me Feel Mighty Real
Double Exposure – Everyman
Arther King – Fear
Barry Manalow – At The Copa
Funky INC – Funky Town
Donna Summer – I Feel Love
Chic – Lost In Music
Chaka Khan – I’m Every Woman
SNF – A Fifth Of Beethoven
Sister Sledge – He’s The Greatest Dancer
David Shir – Salsation
Chic – Everybody Dance
Positive Force – We Got The Funk
Diana Ross – Tenderness
Slave – Just A Touch Of Love
Michael Jackson – Get On The Floor
Diana Ross – Upside Down
Cheryl Lynn – Got To Be Real

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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