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Chapter Listing
DVD-1 No Artist Intro
DVD-2 No Artist The Set-Up
DVD-3 No Artist Winter Music Conference - Tour Launch
DVD-4 No Artist Winter Music Conference - Boat Party
DVD-5 No Artist The Road Trip
DVD-6 No Artist The Gigs
DVD-7 No Artist Middle America
DVD-8 No Artist The Stage Dive
DVD-9 No Artist The Final Stretch
DVD-10 No Artist End Credits
Featured Music
Music01 Bedrock Emerald
Engineer [Mix] – Jon GrayProducer – John Digweed And Nick Muir*Written-By – J. Digweed And N. Muir*
Music02 Bedrock Forge (Original Mix)
Engineer [Mix] – Jon GrayProducer – John Digweed And Nick Muir*Written-By – J. Digweed And N. Muir*
Music03 Bedrock Heaven Scent (Original Mix)
Engineer [Mix] – Jon GrayProducer – John Digweed And Nick Muir*Written-By – J. Digweed And N. Muir*
Music04 Bedrock Voices (Radio Edit)
Engineer [Mix] – Jon GrayProducer – John Digweed And Nick Muir*Written-By – J. Digweed And N. Muir*
Music05 Brancaccio & Aisher Everybody
Producer, Mixed By, Arranged By – Luke Brancaccio & Bruce Aisher*Written-By – L. Brancaccio & B. Aisher*
Music06 Josh Gabriel Wave 3 (Club Mix)
Producer – Josh GabrielWritten-By – G.A. McCluskey*, J. Gabriel*, P.D. Humphreys*, S. Hague*
Music07 Junkie XL Featuring Sasha Breezer
Producer – Junkie XL, SashaWritten-By – A. Coe*, T. Holkenborg*
Music08 Moonface You Get So Give
Written-By, Producer – P. Thompson*
Music09 Sasha Boileroom
Producer – Charlie May, Junkie XL, SashaWritten-By – A. Coe*, C. May*
Music10 Sasha Dremples
Producer – Charlie May, Junkie XL, SashaWritten-By – A. Coe*, C. May*
Music11 Sasha Golden Arm
Producer – Charlie May, Junkie XL, SashaWritten-By – A. Coe*, C. May*, T. Holkenborg*
Music12 Sasha Mr. Tiddles
Producer – Charlie May, Junkie XL, SashaWritten-By – A. Coe*, C. May*
Music13 Sasha Wavy Gravy
Producer – Charlie May, Junkie XL, SashaWritten-By – A. Coe*, C. May*
Music14 Tom Mangan Chutney
Producer [Additional Tweaks And Kiks] – Nick "Steinhouse" Muir*Producer, Engineer – Tom ManganWritten-By – T. Mangan*

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – Sonopress Arvato, USA – F306202
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – System Recordings
  • Copyright (c) – System Recordings
  • Manufactured By – The Greenwich Music Group
  • Marketed By – The Greenwich Music Group
  • Distributed By – The Greenwich Music Group

Credits

  • Executive-Producer [Documentary] – Jimmy Van M, John Digweed, Sasha
  • Executive-Producer [Dvd] – Eric Silver , Louis Montorio
  • Other [Documentary Editor] – Will Bone
  • Other [Documentary Producer / Director] – Ben Turner
  • Other [Dvd Producer] – Eric Silver

Notes

Documentary of the Delta Heavy Tour, March 23 - May 27, 2002.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 20997 10669 7
  • Matrix / Runout: SYS1066-9RE1 [Sonopress arvato logo] F306202 IFPI LB41
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB41


Sasha & John Digweed - Delta Heavy FLAC album

Musician performer: Sasha & John Digweed

Title: Delta Heavy

Date of release: 2006

Style: Progressive House, Interview, Downtempo, Progressive Trance

Genre: Electronic / Non music

Size FLAC: 1118 mb

Rating: 4.6 / 5

Votes: 439

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Kigabar
The most redeeming aspect of this dvd is that it gives the viewer a real glimpse into the personalities of both John Digweed and Sasha. You'll see that John Digweed was then as he is now, calm, collected, reserved, and focused. It is no wonder many people consider John to be an unstoppable beat matching machine. He is, in my personal opinion, only matched by Danny Howells in the ability go for hours on end without mucking up a single blend. From the dvd you can see that Sasha was a bit more arrogant at the time of the Delta Heavy tour but certainly not to the point of being a prick. He's the wild card of the duo and a couple times "goes missing" while the Delta crew searches for him. As viewers we can only imagine what he's doing but I'm sure whatever it is, its a heck of a lot more fun than what Digweed was doing. The one disappointment in this dvd is that the sound track you see listed above is dubbed overtop the live video images from the tour. This is probably due to licensing reasons. I believe the creators were not allowed from a rights perspective to show John and Sasha playing someone else's music and take profit from it. The viewer is not going to get the live feel that one would expect from a concert dvd like this. There's no reverb, no crowd noise. The tracks sound rather small and confined because well, they are being played in your living room. There's some visual overlay meant to trip out the viewer but at this point in time the effects seem pretty weak and dated. Overall I give this dvd 3 out of 5 stars. Could have been a 4 star dvd if the sounds were taken from a live show but still was a great way to get to know a little about our all-time favorite progressive djs :)
Kigabar
The most redeeming aspect of this dvd is that it gives the viewer a real glimpse into the personalities of both John Digweed and Sasha. You'll see that John Digweed was then as he is now, calm, collected, reserved, and focused. It is no wonder many people consider John to be an unstoppable beat matching machine. He is, in my personal opinion, only matched by Danny Howells in the ability go for hours on end without mucking up a single blend. From the dvd you can see that Sasha was a bit more arrogant at the time of the Delta Heavy tour but certainly not to the point of being a prick. He's the wild card of the duo and a couple times "goes missing" while the Delta crew searches for him. As viewers we can only imagine what he's doing but I'm sure whatever it is, its a heck of a lot more fun than what Digweed was doing. The one disappointment in this dvd is that the sound track you see listed above is dubbed overtop the live video images from the tour. This is probably due to licensing reasons. I believe the creators were not allowed from a rights perspective to show John and Sasha playing someone else's music and take profit from it. The viewer is not going to get the live feel that one would expect from a concert dvd like this. There's no reverb, no crowd noise. The tracks sound rather small and confined because well, they are being played in your living room. There's some visual overlay meant to trip out the viewer but at this point in time the effects seem pretty weak and dated. Overall I give this dvd 3 out of 5 stars. Could have been a 4 star dvd if the sounds were taken from a live show but still was a great way to get to know a little about our all-time favorite progressive djs :)