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Dave Seaman Live Classic House DJ-Sets Compilation (1990 - 1999)

Dave Seaman Live Classic House DJ-Sets Compilation (1990 - 1999)

Dave Seaman Live Classic House DJ-Sets Compilation (1990 - 1999)

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Dave Seaman (1990 - 1999)
Live Classic House DJ Sets Compilation

40 Live DJ-Sets + 46 Hours of Music

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We have put together this Quality Collection of House DJ-Sets which offers the buyer a great chance to purchase this fantastic series of DJ Sets from one of the original House DJ's all in one Convenient Affordable DJ-Sets Compilation 

The DJ-Sets can easily be used on your Home Entertainment System, In-Car MP3 Player, Home PC / Apple Mac, Apple iPod / iPhone / iPad, Portable Music Player or Tablet and through your Smart TV or DJ Equipment using the USB Drive option, so you have a huge variety of different devices in which you can play our DJ-Set Compilations, regardless of whether you are at home, in the car, or the train or on the move. 


Compilation Listing

1990 DAVE SEAMAN CLASSIC DJ-SETS

Sasha & Dave Seaman - Live @ Shelley’s in Stoke (31.12.90) - 2 Hours

1991 DAVE SEAMAN CLASSIC DJ-SETS

Dave Seaman - Live @ Ark in Bradford (26.10.91) - 90 Mins
Dave Seaman - Live @ Shelley’s Laserdome in Stoke (15.11.91) - 90 Mins
Dave Seaman - Live @ Freetown (1991) - 90 Mins
Dave Seaman - Live @ Orbit, Morley in Leeds (28.09.91) - 45 Mins
Dave Seaman - Live @ Palais, Jam Factory in Sheffield (31.12.91) - 90 Mins
Dave Seaman - Live @ Shelley’s Laserdome in Stoke (19.11.91) - 90 Mins
Dave Seaman - Live @ Shelley’s Laserdome in Stoke (17.05.91) - 90 Mins
Dave Seaman - Live @ Shelley’s Laserdome in Stoke (22.11.91) - 90 Mins

1992 DAVE SEAMAN CLASSIC DJ-SETS

Dave Seaman - Live @ Vision, Angels in Burnley (18.09.92) - 90 Mins
Dave Seaman - Live @ Shelley’s Laserdome in Stoke (02.02.92) - 45 Mins
Dave Seaman - Live @ Shelley’s Laserdome in Stoke (18.03.92) - 90 Mins

1994 DAVE SEAMAN CLASSIC DJ-SETS

Brothers in Rhythm - Live on Radio 1 Essential Mix (26.03.94) - 2 Hours
Dave Seaman - Live @ Cream, Nation in Liverpool (1994) - 3 Hours

1995 DAVE SEAMAN CLASSIC DJ-SETS

Dave Seaman - Live @ Summer 1995 (1995) - 90 Mins
Dave Seaman - Live @ Music Factory - Perfection Tour (1995) - 1 Hour
Dave Seaman - Live @ Gold Collection (1995) – 90 Mins
Dave Seaman - Live @ Love To Be in Sheffield (1995) – 1 Hour
Dave Seaman - Live @ Studio Sex Mixtape (1995) – 90 Mins

1996 DAVE SEAMAN CLASSIC DJ-SETS

Brothers in Rhythm - Live on Radio 1 Essential Mix (23.06.96) - 2 Hours
Dave Seaman - Live @ 1990's Club Classics Studio Mix (1996) - 90 Mins
Dave Seaman - Live @ The Silk Mix Renaissance Promo (1996) - 1 Hour
Dave Seaman - Live on Radio 1 Essential Mix (14.01.96) - 2 Hours
Dave Seaman - Live @ Essential Selection Hot Mix (30.08.96) – 30 Mins

1997 DAVE SEAMAN CLASSIC DJ-SETS

Dave Seaman - Live @ Lush in Port Rush (19.10.97) - 90 Mins
Dave Seaman & Sister Bliss - Live @ Rhumba (11.04.97) – 3 Hours

1998 DAVE SEAMAN CLASSIC DJ-SETS

Dave Seaman - Live @ Cream in Canada (28.11.98) - 270 Mins
Dave Seaman - Live @ Sex Studio Mixtape (1998) – 1 Hour

1999 DAVE SEAMAN CLASSIC DJ-SETS

Dave Seaman - Live @ USC Mixer Tour (10.04.99) - 90 Mins
Dave Seaman - Live @ The Love Parade in Berlin (July 1999) – 1 Hour


 Artists Profile

 

 

 

Current Location :: Nottingham, UK 

Music Genres :: Progressive House, Tech House 

 

 

 

There are many DJs who have enjoyed many column inches for shaping the phenomenon that is modern club culture. For many of these individuals, it was a question of right time, right place. Talented yes, opportunistic, definitely - and just a little bit lucky. But there is another story to be told, of the second generation' DJs, those who were inspired by acid house, embraced its pivotal ethics, and helped develop it. Enter Dave Seaman - pioneering second generation DJ, but also oh, so much more.

Dave too, as he'd be first to admit, has had his fair share of lucky breaks. However, it takes special talent to take advantage of them the way he has. Yes, he effectively won his job with DJ organization DMC in a competition, and blagged the editorship of the fledging members' magazine Mixmag simply by being their youngest, hippest employee. But it was Dave who made the company fully aware of the impact of acid house and railroaded them into launching the magazine fully to the public. Single handedly he paved the way for the vast array of club mags currently doing the rounds.

Yes, he was equally lucky to bump into budding production genius Steve Anderson at DMC's recording studios. But it was the pair's respective talents gelling that led the turbo fuelled hit Such A good Feeling', via being Superstar remixers (the UK's first) to the likes of Michael Jackson and the Pet Shop boys, to writing and producing for the likes of Kylie Minogue and Take That.

Yes, he was fortunate that DMC was happy to back his partner Nick Gordon Brown's Stress record label. But it takes talent to spot the likes of Sasha, John Digweed, Full Intention and Andy from Groove Armada, all of whom had early breaks on the label.

And yes it was a luck twist when Mixmag photographer Gary McLarnen invited Dave to bring his DJ skills to a new night he was launching at the unlikely Shelleys venue in Stoke on Trent. It just happened to become one of the UK's best ever house clubs. The fact that Dave's DJing star is still in the ascendant some 10 years later says it all.

For years Dave has kept at it, feverishly yet successfully juggling more plates than most of his peers could imagine. Most recently he has focused on his first love, DJing. It has earned him a first class ticket round the world as the demand for his deck skills continues to rise. In the UK, he has graced every superclub you care to mention, including Cream, Gatecrasher and perhaps most notably Renaissance, with whom he has enjoyed a long and mutually beneficial relationship. However, he is equally loved and revered at a number of the country's less hyped, but equally wonderful small town clubs - he is a God at the likes of Perth's Rhumba Club, Portrush's Lush and Preston's Feel.

2000 sees Dave at the helm of management company Therapy, where a team of trusted, like minded souls help him continue to juggle with aplomb. He fits in a fortnightly residency for Renaissance at their stunning flagship venue Media in Nottingham whilst still enjoying a hectic international schedule, which takes him to the far flung corners of the world. He is mixing high profile CDs for Renaissance and Global Underground, has recently remixed Placebo & David Bowie, Garbage and Alanis Morrisette and begins an Ibiza residency for Renaissance at Privilege in June. Oh, and planning the long awaited return of Brothers In Rhythm.

 

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