Legendary lost Larry Levan/Victor Rosado mix!

A few months I was excited when a vintage Pal Joey mix surface circa 1992 and from the legendary Ministry Of Sound residency he held-as did many top American DJs and producers around this time. Who bigger than Larry Levan-the greatest DJ to have ever lived? Here's an MOS mix from 1991 and it's a doozy despite the fact that Levan was at the end of his life and his days as a great DJ were long since over-even at his worst Levan was still the best. To hear the old classics from David Morales' Red Zone imprint take me back to my fledgling days as a wannabe DJ. Ah the memories!
You have been warned that the sound quality is dodgy (it comes from a cassette) and the tracklisting is incomplete. However I know for most of you that is of little importance.

33 1/3 Queen - Searchin
Safire - Taste The Bass (Red Zone)
Robert Owens - I’ll Be Your Friend
Sounds Of Blackness - The Pressure
Frankie Knuckles - Whistle Song
Coldcut - Jade
Crystal Waters - Make Me Happy
Kenny Dope - Powerhouse Ep
Let No Man Put Asunder
Ce Ce Peniston - Finally
Eurthymics - Sweet Deams/Happy Song Or Dance
Mission Control - Outer Limits
Pm Dawn - View From A Watchers Point Of View
Voyage - Lady America
Sunday Adams
Petra & Co - Just Let Go (Dub)
Moby - Go
Moby - Mobility
Adamski/Seal - Killer
Toxic Two - Rave Generator

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