Category: Classic Rock


  • Daizuru says:
    A pioneer of the re-editing movement, he’s become known for his own chopping and splicing, while his famed ‘Credit to the Edit’ compilations had a huge impact on dance music, showcasing some of the finest edits in existence. Wilson knows that the best edits and reworks respect the originals – it’s not a one-up kind of situation, but instead an opportunity to adapt a stone-cold classic into a floor-filler and breathe .
  • Grolmaran says:
    By Greg Wilson on January 10, in Remixes / Edits Now in its 8 th year, 20 Choice Edits & Reworks is a personal selection, based on new interpretations of tracks I’ve been playing during the previous 12 months.
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  • Vudolmaran says:
    Nov 28,  · The legendary Liverpool pioneer in the disc jockey business, Wilson was the first person ever to mix two records on British television, started out in , With his primary interest being black music, Wilson's nights at the Wigan Pier covered a spectrum of black music styles.
  • Makazahn says:
    In , the label released 8 vinyl singles, brought together in the 2 CD comp, 'Greg Wilson Presents Super Weird Substance'. September saw a memorable Festival No.6 Happening in Portmeirion and Greg rounded off the year with the Liverpool-based celebration of the 40th anniversary of his first club date in as well as being presented with DJ Magazine's Industry Icon award.
  • Natilar says:
    By Greg Wilson on April 30, in DJ / Club Culture, DJ Appearances I’d originally intended to post this on my blog at the same time as I uploaded the mix from Adelaide (outlined below), but having made a start, I found it difficult to fully apply myself, continually catching myself procrastinating, so I put the mix up on its own a few.
  • Mikinos says:
    5. Two Man Sound – Que Tal America (Get Down Edits Rework) 6. Harvey Mason – Groovin’ You (Dr Packer Rework) 7. Linda Clifford – Runaway Love (Greg Wilson & Henry Greenwood Rework) 8. Funkadelic – (Not Just) Knee Deep (Shit Hot Soundsystem Rework) 9. Marshall Hain – Dancing In The City (Greg Wilson & Henry Greenwood Rework)
  • Aramuro says:
    40 Thieves Feat Qzen - Don't Turn It Off (Original / Greg Wilson Edits / Brennan Green Remix) (12") PaulDigDeep; 3 videos; No views; Last updated on May 28,
  • Nirisar says:
    Check out Greg Wilson: Credit To The Edit 2 by Various artists on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on rostpropexaremanbrigyswitesurus.xyzinfo

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