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CLUB KERRY NYC: Vocal Dance & Electronic - DJ Kerry John Poynter

Inspiring the NYC & American electronic dance music scene every 128 BPM (beats per minute) at a time. One of the longest running vocal house EDM podcasts ever! (Since 2009). Listed "What's Hot" by Apple iTunes in 2011-2015. "Stylistically Superior! Simply the best vocal house podcast on the net." (iTunes)
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Oct 30, 2009

The last set, Hiding All The Stars, still seems so recent but I wanted you to have a new one before Halloween. It's a bit more progressive than the usual. It's all about the music and the beat but still manages to straddle the line between progressive and mainstream. So without a lot of fanfare and info about the producers, DJ's, and artists or me talking... Just Enjoy! 

Track List (56:14):

  1. Happiness Happening (Lange 2009 Mix) - Lange feat. Tracey Carmen
  2. Gimme Sympathy (3M mix) - Metric
  3. Because The Remix (Original Extended Mix) - Ferry Corsten feat. Novastar
  4. Ulysses (Venaccio remix) - Franz Ferdinand
  5. How Does It Feel (Myon & Shane 54 Vocal Mix) - Adiva Feat Vicky Fee
  6. Sweet Disposition (Morgan Page Remix) - The Temper Trap
  7. Superstar (Extended Version) - David May
  8. Smoke (Extended Club Mix) - Jus Jack with Phil Garant feat. Matina Paris
  9. Tonight (Above & Beyond Remix) - Dirty Vegas
  10. Poppiholla (Original Mix) - Chicane
Oct 20, 2009

Track List (57:51)

  1. Hiding All The Stars (Original Mix) - Chicane: With a sample of Gary Numan's 1980's hit Cars and a driving beat we are once again reminded of the greatness that is Chicane. This is not quite the trance sound that they are known for but the electro groove is fun. Lyrics: "You can say what you want, Find the path that you lost somewhere, Be a fly on the wall, Take a dive off a fall in prayer, Everyday there’s a choice, nothing gained from the path we know, There the ones to be wrong, Hiding all of the stars out there"
  2. Fountains of Youth (Timothy Allen Remix) - Loverush UK feat. Molly Bancroft: I found myself enjoying a number of recent Loverush UK remixes. This is the first of three on this set. Originally a big club hit in the U.K., it is now being marketed in the States. Deserves more attention!
  3. Hang On (Digital Dog Remix) - Plumb: Oh how I have loved some Plumb tunes in the past such as Cut, Damaged, and In My Arms. Did you know she's a Christian artist? She has a greatest hits CD of sorts out now. Digital Dog, as always, puts out a magnificent remix.
  4. It's Alright (Loverush UK Remix) - Aviv Geffen: The second Loverush tune makeing an okay Aviv Geffen tune into something great. Aviv is an Israeli artist and this tune is from his first English language album currently being marketed in Europe.
  5. Alright (Domain Pettigrew Remix) - Red Carpet: The original of this tune ruled my original my (gasp) cd walkman back in 2001. I thought it was time to dust off this 2007 mix because of the uplifting good feeling it always seems to give me. Lyrics: "The sun is gonna keep on shining, Bright days on a new horizon, My love for you will keep on risin', Everything is gonna be alright"
  6. Here Comes The Rain Again (Freemason's 2009 Remix) - Eurythmics: One of my top ten favorite songs of all time. How perfect that my favorite DJ/producers put in an awesome production. Welcome back Annie!
  7. Make This Your Day (Gareth Emory Remix) - Fabio XB feat. Micky Vi: If your a Club Kerry NYC fan then you know I'm a Gareth Emory fan and a lover of good vocal trance with an uplifting lyric. Perfect! Lyrics: "Make your cut above the rest, Don’t waste time and don’t look back, ...Set the fire in your soul, Push the button now, Make this your day"
  8. Here on Earth - Tiesto feat. Cary Brothers: Tiesto turns out a nice vocal trance tune from his new album. Almost pop Tiesto! Lyrics: "And you take your time, because we've got all night Saturday or nothing, we can do what we want, I'm a sucker for your game, it's the way you tease, And it's so unreal, when we touch the ceiling"
  9. Stars Collide (Loverush UK Remix) - Damien S. feat. Femke: The final Loverush with a killer chorus. Check out their site at http://www.loverushdigital.com.
  10. Wicked Game (The Letting Go Mix) - Hott 22: No one can do better than the original Chris Isaak tune but this is total fun. Reminds me a bit of recent work by David Guetta.
  11. Million Dollar Bill (The Freemasons Club Mix) - Whitney Houston: Why am I listening to Whitney? Oh yeah, it's the Freemasons! This should have been the mix to kick off her new album.
Oct 3, 2009

Track List (56:53):

  1. My Number (Original Mix) - Andy Duguid feat. Donna & Anthony: This fantastic tune is from Andy’s debut album Believe. Andy is definitely one to watch. Catch his other great tune, Hold My Breath, also from the album, on my previous podcast set called Let's Hear It 4 The Boyz (Part 2).
  2. Pick Up The Phone (Richard X 12inch Remix) – Dragonette: Dragonette returns with the first single from the new album and Richard X serves up his usual tasty treat(ment). These first two tunes were meant to be together.
  3. Boys & Girls (Original Extended Version) - Martin Solveig feat. Dragonette: Somehow I found myself listening to two new tunes featuring Dragonette. French DJ/producer Martin Soveig gives us DragonettefrontwomanMartina, all overseen by fashion guru Jean Paul Gaultier. Don’t miss the fun music video featuring all three of them. Electronic pop the way it should be!
  4. It’s So Cool (iTunes Bonus Track) – Madonna: This is her Madgesty’s third new track from the greatest hits album Celebration. It’s originally a tune from the American Life (2003) recording sessions but remade with an Oakenfold production. “Prophets are telling us, we’re near the end, but I am telling you that it’s all pretend.”
  5. Broken Tonight (Original Mix) - Armin Van Buuren feat. Van Velzen: Male vocals should not be shunned in the club community. Time to grow out of your female vocals only or no vocals at all prejudice. C’mon, this is awesome! Good vocal, great beats, strong lyrics. “You don’t have to be broken…”
  6. Sleeping Satellite (Club Mix) – Jan Johnston: There is always a classic or a remake on my sets. This one is just from a few years back but with a slew of new mixes for today with the same amazing Jan Johnston vocal.
  7. New In Town (Fred Falke Remix) – Little Boots: Yeah, I’ve become a Little Boots fan of sorts. However, I’ve become a bigger fan of Frede Falke and his outstanding mixes of late. Go check him out!
  8. Watch The Sun Come Up (Moam Mix) – Example: A rather mediocre tune is turned into trance greatness with this Moam remix.
  9. I Love The Sunshine (Beltek Vocal Radio Mix) - Alan Connor vs. Mike Melange: Now for the schmaltzy moment of the set with an infectious chorus.
  10. Fugitive (Richard X Extended Mix) – Pet Shop Boys: The Dragonette remix by Richard X reminded me of his outstanding mix of this outtake by PSB. It’s one of the few bright spots by PSB in recent years. Yeah, I didn’t much like their past two albums. So shoot me. Or rather tell PSB to get a bit more original with their sound. But to PSB’s credit, this tune had good source material for Richard to work with.
  11. Bulletproof (Tiborg Club Remix) – La Roux: I loved the Fred Falke remix of Bulletproof as well but Tiborg won me over.
  12. I Don't Know (Jerome Isma-ae Remix) – Moony: Moony’s voice is killer. Monica Bragato (Moony) first became popular with the tune Point of View by DB Boulevard and her own song Dove (I’ll Be Loving You).
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