Terry Francis - Fabric 02The Fabric name is quickly associating itself with quality. Be it the club in Farringdon or the CD series that has been pushed by the likes of Craig Richards, James Lavelle and now Terry Francis, it is clear that we should expect nothing less than pure music quality from Fabric. The second installment of the standard Fabric series (not fabriclive) from Terry Francis is a worthy follow up to the very classy opener from Craig Richards.
The Cd builds quite nicely with smooth deep house records such as Outa The Blue's "R Change U" and the brilliant "Doing Shows" by Floppy Sounds. As the cd continues the baselines get chunkier. DJ Buck's "Ode to Mad Marj" as well as the wicked Asad's Silverlining Remix of Dark Male's "Night Life" is testiment to this. Blakkat's "Deeper" and the soulful "My Love" by Harris & Stubbs close the cd off in fashionable style.
Overall, a great mix to listen to. Not hands in the air stuff, but it never tries to be, rather a good mix to listen to at home and relax too.
Since winning Muzik magazines "Best New DJ" award in 1997, Terry Francis has had what can only be described as a meteoric rise to fame. To those previously unfamiliar with his flawless mixing skills and instinctive ability to work a crowd it probably seemed as if he'd arrived out of nowhere. View the full artist profile