From the Vaults: Tide of Times Mix

The Death of JC

I could be well moved if I were as you.
If I could pray to move, prayers would move me.
But I am constant as the Northern Star,
Of whose true fixed and resting quality
There is no fellow in the firmament.
The skies are painted with unnumbered sparks;
They are all fire, and every one doth shine;
But there’s but one in all doth hold his place. (III.i.58–65)

We take making mixes pretty seriously over here, perhaps to the point where it interferes with other aspects of our lives. Last year, Chris ran a project called The Expendables Mix of the Month Club with 12 DJs. Each month, a different DJ would take on a different topic. I was assigned March, and I compiled a mix about the life, betrayal, and death of Julius Caesar. I like it so much that I thought the outside world might want to take a listen. Beware the Ides of March, and Protect Ya Neck, cousin.

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Tide of Times

i. The Caretaker – robins and roses
ii. Actress – Glint
iii. Sun Ra – Sringtime Again [Live in Rome]
iv. Cassius – Voicemail
v. Chas Jankel – Chemtech Promo Video
vi. d’Eon – #109
vii. Antony – Tide of Times
viii. William Sheller - Introït [Lux Aeterna]
ix. Jeru The Damaja – Can’t Stop the Prophet (Pete Rock Remix)
x. Ghostface – Dogs of War
xi. Eddie George as Julius Caesar – Danger Knows Full Well
xii. Subtle – Midas Guts
xiii. Danny Brown – Die Like a Rockstar
xiv. Diane Keaton – tide i
xv. Bob Chance – It’s Broken (Lexx Edit)
xvi. The Bob Seger Sound System – Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man
xvii. Pink Floyd – Careful with that Axe, Eugene [Live in Pompeii]
xviii. Killer Mike – American Dream Prelude
xix. Jedi Mind Tricks – On the Eve of War (Julio Caesar Chavez Remix)
xx. I:Cube – Too Old for This
xxi. TRU – Hoody Hoo
xxii. Raymond and Peter – You don’t have any friends
xxiii. Juicy J – You Can Get Murked
xxiv. Dean Blunt and Inga Copeland – 6
xxv. Voices From The Lake – Iyo
xxvi. Segue – Vapour Trails
xxvii. Brutus – Voicemail
xxviii. The Caretaker – it’s all forgotten now
xxix. Diane Keaton – tide ii