This is a rip from the Global Gathering Live set from Poland on 10-07-2011.
Shout out to the Montreal Trance Scene and especially to Wissam Salamé for showing us this amazing track! :)
Видео отчет с украинского глобала! DVJ Буржуй.
Видео микс можно скачать тут: www.burzhuy.net
Аудио микс с фестиваля на burzhuy.topdj.ua
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The Professional Rockstars interview with John Digweed. We caught up with the legendary british DJ at Global Gathering in England. Take a look, have a listen, and see what John is up to these days as he travels the world doing what he does best - driving the crowds wild solo and with longtime partner Sasha.
Global Gathering Australia - Perth - The Esplanade 2008-11-23 <b>Above</b> & <b>Beyond</b> 01. <b>Komytea</b> - Professional Killers 02. Wippenberg - Chakalaka 03. Andy Duguid ft. Leah - Wasted 04. Lange ft. Sarah Howells - Out Of The Sky 05. Nalin & Kane - Beachball
Patrick getting his nipples licked
at global gathering 2007
Listen on Spotify: http://open.spotify.com/album/1euCvJwVSYg6TW7WfyhMa8
Download here: http://tinyurl.com/CLHR091 Download Markus Shulz Artist Album 'Do You Dream' on iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/nl/album/do-you-dream/id373504615
The story of Markus Schulz musical career keeps unfolding. New chapters were added to his impressive musical life, and they just keep on coming.
2009 was an astonishing year to the American DJ/producer. Not only did his Do You Dream trancer rock the Evolution crowd as official theme, there was also a darker side of Markus that came out: Dakota. The Thoughts Become Things album under the Dakota alias unleashed the deeper, darker proggy side of Markus, and was praised by crowds and DJs alike. On the DJ side of things, Markus travelled the world with a never fading smile on his face, rocking crowds during his Global DJ World Tour, broadcast during his Global DJ Broadcast radioshow. With residencies at Boombox and Global Gathering, the Best American DJ of 2008 and number 8 DJ in the DJ Mag Top 100 was exactly where he needs to be: on top.
The first single of his forthcoming third artist album, Dark Heart Waiting, is now ready to light some souls. Released on Markus Coldharbour Recordings label on April 12th, this collaboration with vocalist Carey Stansfield (aka Khaz) of the well-known Departure formation is about to travel light and touch ground on all EDM-loving places around the globe. Dark Heart Waiting, the follow-up to previous Departure collabs Without You Near and Cause You Know, has Markus significant sound: deep and dark, but with a trancy edge. Just the way the crowd loves it.
Remix duties of Dark Heart Waiting were done by Dutch tech-trance hot-shot Jochen Miller, UK producer Paul Trainer, the Indian prog duo Lost Stories and includes a Coldharbour Dub for all those that like to rock it dubbed.
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A spiritual shift is occurring. Many people around the world have found themselves on the verge of something vast, and their experiences can't be explained. This film introduces the awakening and illustrates the unprecedented number of lives affected by this shift.
You're invited to the upcoming global gathering of featured spiritual master Panache Desai in Cincinnati, Ohio on June 4,5,6th. To attend, http://www.panachedesai.com/Global_2010/
For more information, http://www.panachedesai.com
For more films like this one, http://www.livebeyondtheedge.com
1. Intro / It Just Won't Do Tim Deluxe feat Sam Obernik
2. 77 Strings - Chamonix
3. Lazy - X-Press 2
4. Sexiest Man In Jamaica
5. At Night - Shakedown
6. Delicious - Conga Squad
7. Get Me Off - Basement Jaxx
8. Love Story - Layo & Bushwacka
9. Hi Jackers - Glen Masters
10. Long Time - Static Revenger
11. Lord Of The Land - Cylone
12. Born Slippy - Underworld
13. Let Me Show You - Camisra
14. Farfisa - Fusion Orchestra
15. Ke Dolor - Santos
16. Star 69 - Fatboy Slim
17. Hypnotista (ambient dub)
18. I Would Die For You - Space Cowboy
19. It Just Won't Do (dub mix)
20. Pure Shores - All Saints
On 13 July 2002, Fatboy Slim performed the second of his free, open air concerts on Brighton Beach. Although organisers expected a crowd of around 60,000 people, the event instead attracted an estimated 250,000 who crammed the promenade and beach between Brighton's piers. Local police forced the event to end early amid safety concerns, overcrowding, and one death. After the music had finished and the crowd began to dissipate, traffic ensued throughout the Brighton area with many caught in traffic jams until the morning.
In June 2005, Fatboy Slim filled the Friday night headline slot on the "Other Stage" at the Glastonbury Festival. In 2006, Fatboy Slim filled the Saturday headline slot at the Global Gathering festival, Long Marston Airfield in the English Midlands. He played a two hour set, appearing in front of a visual stage set comprising video screens and 3D lighting. A firework display rounded off the show. Having being banned by police from playing in Brighton since 2002, Fatboy Slim was given permission in 2006 to play again in his home town. On 1 January 2007, he played to an audience of more than 20,000 fans along Brighton's seafront. Tickets to the event, titled "Fatboy Slim's Big Beach Boutique 3", were made available only to Brighton residents. The concert was deemed a stunning success by Sussex Police, Fatboy Slim, and the crowd. The Cuban Brothers and David Guetta opened the concert. The next similar event, 'Big Beach Boutique 4', was held on 27 September 2008.
South Africa is preparing for one of the largest global gatherings in recent history, with more than 50 heads of state expected to attend the state memorial for Nelson Mandela. Some worry the massive show of affection by world leaders and citizens might be more than the country's resources can bear. Bill Whitaker reports.