Mega Party Rock Mixx by Sorcerer




The Sorcerer "conjures brimstone from guitars, casts spells with drum machines, spooks out synthesizers, and mesmerizes fragments of sampled sound". His music - influenced by surf music, 80s dance pop, space jazz, krautrock, disco, dub, and am radio gold - presents a tour through a uniquely Californian lifestyle.
Links to itunes albums: 
http://bit.ly/7fKuEP
http://bit.ly/4p6Hsp

He has also recorded as part of a group called Windsurf: 
http://bit.ly/6ZxoNt
Link to soundcloud, new and unreleased Sorcerer music for download: 
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"This mix was created to listen to while partying at a rented house at Bodega Bay, CA for New Years," he says."Basically wanted to listen to lots of shameless rock and pop jams. All songs were pulled from my vinyl archives."
Mega Party Rock Mixx Tracklist:

1. Something Special - Steve Miller Band
2. No Lookin' Back - Kenny Loggins
3. Prime Time - The Tubes
4. Same Old Scene - Roxy Music
5. Back it up - Nils Lofgren
6. Sharing the Night Together - Dr. Hook
7. Walking in the Wind - Traffic
8. Emotions - Samantha Sang
9. Reach the Beach - The Fixx
10. Killer on the Rampage - Eddy Grant
11. Something to Fall Back On - Todd Rundgren
12. You and I - Fleetwood Mac
13. MPB (acoustic) - Womack & Womack
14. Easy to Fall - Bob Welch
15. Coming Down from Love - Bobby Caldwell
16. I Gotta Try - Michael McDonald
17. Method of Modern Love (12" version) - Hall & Oates
18. Heartbeat - Wishbone Ash
19. Somebody Special - Rod Stewart
20. Man on Your Mind - Little River Band
21. What Goes Up - Alan Parsons Project
22. Listen Now - Phil Manzanera 801
23. Woke Up Laughing - Robert Palmer
24. Spinning the Wheel - Hudson Brothers
25. Sing to Me - Ned Doheny
26. Secret Messages - ELO
27. Tender is the Night - Bill Nelson


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thanks a lot for the mega party rock mixx by Sorcerer, this is what I needed for the reunion of graduates of the 1978 generation, now we will rock all night!

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