Johnny Fiasco

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Today’s Mix of the Day comes courtesy of Johnny Fiasco, the Chicago veteran who has been DJing since the earliest days of house music as it flowered in his home town. For this special mix, Johnny focuses his attention and selection on the work of the seminal artist Cajmere and his label Cajual, who Johnny also released with. It’s an hour connecting the grooves and dots of one of house music’s most enduring names.

1. Cajmere feat. Terence FM – Feelin’ Kinda High
2. Jump “Chico” Slamm – Feel Free
3. DJ Sneak – Groovadelic
4 . Chicago Connection – Dancin’
5. Johnny Fiasco – Conduction
6. Johnny Fiasco – Sunrise
7. Hard Corey & Wray – Love Train (Cajmere’s Underground Goodie mix)
8. Braxton Holmes feat. John Redmond – People Everyday (Basement Boys Style)
9. Braxton Holmes & Dewey B – Club Lonely
10. Glenn Underground – Mighty Real Groove
11. Johnny Fiasco – Movin’
12 Dajae – U Got Me Up (Cajmere’s Underground Goodie mix)
13. Green Velvet – Conniption

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