Favourite end of the night record?

Favourite end of the night record, and maybe you remember where and when you heard it?

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oh this a good one, around 1997/8 at the Jazz Rooms in Brighton. SNAFU night, Soov K on the 1s and 2s finishes with this. Scenes…as we might now say.

Agree - melancholy and uplifting at the same time. First heard it on a Alfredo mix tape in the early 90s and think he used to finish his sets with it . To be fair there is a few Mike Post themes you could use , LA Law , Magnum they could all work :slightly_smiling_face:

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Hard to beat this IMO. Overdone, but for a reason.

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This was the last record played first time i ever got on one, forever etched in my mind

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Me and college friends went to a midweek hacienda birthday party bash (1990 if memory serves right)where they played the orbs - a huge evergrowing pulsating brain that rules from the centre of the ultraworld…left the hac with the biggest smile and proceeded to walk home as the sun was rising and we were all coming down…90 minute walk and we all went straight into college utterly spannered

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Yeah it was one of the first odd records as we might have said back then that stuck in my mind. Makes more sense now than then thats for sure

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Peel session version of Gerald’s Emotions Electric. Eddie Richards’ Outer Limits 89-90. Closed many a night @mfJason :ok_hand:

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Korgis Everybody’s Gotta Learn Sometime
Phil Collins In The Air Tonight

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Good segue there @fatjohnny hearing In the Air Tonight played by Eddie Richards at Outerl Limits was sensory in there…
Yes @J_C we were in the lucky few at Rayzels.
Another last tune there was

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this has gone down well a few times

This is the wedding banger- gets all the relatives up and dancing

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Greg Wilson closed his NYE Low life set back in 2005/6? more or less…