FabricLive.01

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Mixtape by
ReleasedDecember 2001
Genre House music
Length1:09:32
Label Fabric
Producer James Lavelle
James Lavelle chronology
Unkle: Psyence Fiction
(1998)
FabricLive.01
(2001)
Global Underground 023
(2003)
FabricLive chronology
FabricLive.01
(2001)
FabricLive.02
(2002)

FabricLive.01 is a DJ mix compilation album by James Lavelle, as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.

Contents

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Track listing

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Intro: A Message to Our Sponsors" James Lavelle 0:27
2."Get Ready" (featuring Rare Earth ) Smokey Robinson 1:17
3."Circles" (featuring The Psychonauts)The Psychonauts3:49
4."Organ Donor" (featuring DJ Shadow) DJ Shadow 1:10
5."Divine Intervention" (featuring DJ Shadow and Divine Styler )J. Davis4:40
6."Broken Head II" (featuring South)Joel Cadbury, Jamie McDonald, Brett Shaw1:09
7."Piku" (featuring The Chemical Brothers )Tom Rowlands, Ed Simons1:52
8."Hey Jack" (featuring Howie B )Howie B, Peter Herbert, Will O'Donovan7:17
9."Funny Break (One Is Enough)" (featuring Orbital )Naomi Bedford, Andy Bramley, Paul Hartnoll3:24
10."Feel It"James Lavelle5:06
11."Kick a Hole (Tigerstyle)" (featuring Forme)James Lavelle3:20
12."Night Stalker" (featuring Altitude)Steve Gibbs2:29
13."Physical 2000" (featuring Peter Dildo)James Lavelle1:56
14."La La Land" (featuring Green Velvet) Green Velvet 2:39
15."Grab the Rope" (featuring Animated)Duncan Forbes2:04
16."Mind Set to Cycle" (featuring FC Kahuna )John Collyer3:38
17.Untitled (featuring Morel)Richard Morel2:18
18."Thru 2 You" (featuring Echomen )Anton Fielding, Chris Scott2:32
19."Fairytale" (featuring Landmine Spring)James Lavelle3:38
20."Sacred Cycles" (featuring Peter Lazonby)Peter Lazonby3:38
21."Release" (featuring Medway ) Sam Mollison, Jesse Skeens 2:54
22."Healer" (featuring Bushwacka! )James Lavelle3:37
23."Everything in Its Right Place" (featuring Radiohead ) Colin Greenwood, Jonny Greenwood, Ed O'Brien, Phil Selway, Thom Yorke 4:38

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References

  1. Kellman, Andy. "James Lavelle: Fabriclive 01 - James Lavelle". Allmusic. Retrieved 7 September 2011.