It’s so funny that this tape, like the last two I’ve posted about is also called ‘Trance’. I mean, based on the last two examples and this one, all dance music from the early to mid nineties was trance. Inacurate music classifications notwithstanding this is a tape made by DJ ‘Spree’. If memory serves his name was Anthony and he was from somewhere in Brooklyn.
The restored .mp3 mix:
Another post for the Cassette Tape Series. Who knows where this one came from or how it ended up in a box in my basement. This one is funny because it might say ‘Frankie Bones’ on that tape but I’m pretty sure there’s no way that’s who’s DJing. I’m not sure what ‘Fantasy Trance’ is either. All in all though, it’s not terrible. The audio quality on this tape was terrible though. However after a couple hours of work it’s good enough for the next decade. So if poorly recorded mid-nineties-mystery-dance music mix-tapes are your thing you might enjoy this.
You can grab the restored .mp3 mix here
I decided to transfer a bunch of old cassettes to digital and I came across a handful of mix tapes from somewhere in the ballpark of 1994. The audio was in serious need of some TLC and the music… lets just say it reflects that period of time. I’m not even sure who DJ DB is or where this tape came from. It’s my handwriting on there so I definitely dubbed it from someone but other than that who knows. Even though the audio quality is terrible I encoded it at 256kbps so as to preserve history in all of its glory.
you can get the full mix right here