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by Worlds Collide Vol. 1

An exotic intoxicating journey around the world of house music.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Nali Kuyaza
Jordan Katembula
3:53 album only
2. Music
Black Coffee
7:11 album only
3. Kumala
6:17 album only
4. Spuramunte (KDT Edit)
Puerto Ricano Bambazee
5:53 album only
5. Africa In Your Veins
Keith Thompson
4:57 album only
6. Free My Soul
4:25 album only
7. Get It Right Back
Brooklyn Blak
5:04 album only
8. Change (Nermin & Patrick Bo mix)
Nermin feat. Ayaah
5:07 album only
9. Sangano (KDT Edit)
DJ Eddie Ed
5:00 album only
10. Pitoria
Afro Blue
4:52 album only
11. Ndi Mblova (KDT Edit)
5:33 album only
12. Mammati
6:21 album only


Album Notes
An exotic, intoxicating trip around the world of house.
Compiled by Keith Thompson from hard to find releases
by artist from all corners of the globe: Africa, Europe, and
the U.S. He has combed through back alleys to bring
you these future classics from:
Jordan Katemula (Zambia), Nermin feat. Ayaah (Austria), Black Coffee (South Africa), Greenwood (UK), Bazwaana (South Africa), Afro Blue (Botswana), Keith Thompson (US), Puerto Ricano Bambazee, Mjokes (South Africa), DJ Eddie Ed (Zimbabwe/US), and Brooklyn Blak (US).
"I listened to the tracks for awhile late one night. Got the vibe and then did the mix, live, like I would to rock a crowd," says Camacho. He blends the various styles of global house music, juxtaposing the Afro with the Jazzy and deep, to illustrate how it's all one family of house music. Get ready to party whether in clubs, at home or in travel. So now, enjoy the smooth but party building mix by legendary DJ Camacho. We welcome your review below.

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Album Tour Dates:
* March 2006, Miami Winter Music Conference

* "Legends Of House" @ Cafe Nostalgia (South Beach) with DJ Del, Davidson Opsina, Oscar Poche, DJ Meme, live PA Keith Thompson and so much more!

* "Let The Singers Be Heard" @ Delano Hotel (South Beach) presented by Barbara Tucker & Georgi Porgie: with an allstar house music line up including Michelle Weeks, Dawn Tallman, Joi Caldwell, Darrel D'Bonneau, Diamond Temple, Keith Thompson, and much more...


* NYC/Brooklyn: Dec. 23rd, 2005 - DJ Camacho spins @ Frank's Lounge.
* London: Dec.2nd, 2005 - DJ Camacho spins @ Cargo
* London: Nov. 18th, Dec. 2005 - Keith Thompson spins & sings @ the Fluid Bar

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DJ Purple - CD Baby artist

A Journey into Sound
When I first saw that the mix was by DJ Camacho I did not hesitate to purchase the CD. What we have here is a combination of first class cuts chosen by Keith Thompson, superb mixing, and the perfect tempo. You can chill out to the grooves, or if you really want to you can get up and dance! Let us also add a dash of afro-cuban-soulful-deep vibes and you have a representation of a worldwide appeal of House Music. After all, music is the universal language and this CD speaks volumes. The tracks that really do it for me: “Spuramante” and “Free My Soul”. If you want to get an eclectic sound this is the CD for you – it will not disappoint!

Myles Chalmers

Music that clings to your soul.
"A warm organic Afro-beat-centric affair with appetizing servings of house. An auditory experience that collides with your established status quo frame of thinking, and re-defines the notion refreshing. This is music that clings to your soul."

Patric Bo (Producer/remixer)

Every track is quality
"Very, very good music. Every track is real quality dance music. Hope "Africa In Your Veins" will come on vinyl .. I especially like the both afro blue mixes"

Christian Hornbostel (internationally syndicated radio shows)

One thing is for sure, Big music!
"Hey! I love (I repeat) I love "Free My Soul"! I can't say or determine how much Worlds Collide will sell, but one thing is for sure: BIG music and BIG profile! and I think everybody in the music industry think exaclty the same thing"
[The single, "Free My Soul," entered at #2 then to #1 on House Pacific Chart Jan - Febr., 2006]

Steve Blackwax Reed

great selection of music that covers various “styles” of dance music
Keith Thompson has obviously spent a lot of time searching out this great selection of music that covers various “styles” of dance music. Afro influenced percussion and vocals to some real house bangers. On there own all the tracks make good listening but add the mixology of the legendary DJ Camacho (who has been bringing joy to dance floors across the globe for over 30 years now) and this album becomes something very special. To put it in a nutshell Camacho really “housed” this LP. For me there are 3 stand out cuts on the CD. 'Spuramante' by Puerto Ricano Bambazee is a delightful mover that I think samples Abstract Truths We Had A Thing. 'Free My Soul' by Bazwaana brings in a nice brass section and a great vocal delivery this one really get me singing along with its catchy chorus and is perfectly placed on the CD. Following on from this we get a more chugging affair the sort of cut that makes you want to dance and jump around off every wall or pillar you happen to be near simply called 'Get It Right Back' By Brooklyn Blak . Do yourself a favor and purchase this CD you won’t regret it.