Mardi Gras Medley: Way Down Yonder, Muskrat Ramble, When The Saints Come Marching In - (3:03) 89 BPM
Party Train Medley: If My Friends Could See Me Now, Happy Days Are Here Again, California Here I Come, When The Saints Come Marching In, Hey Looke Me Over, Hail-Hail The Gangs All Here - (5:59) 120 BPM
March Medley: It's A Grand Old Flag, Yankee Doodle-Dandy, The Caissons Go Rolling, Anchors Away, Marine's Hymn, The Wild Blue Yonder, Semper Paradas, Stars & Stripes Forever, God Bless America - (6:07) 120 BPM
Review: Given his encyclopedic knowledge of music, you'd expect any compilation put together by Bill Brewster to be full of unlikely gems and lesser-known anthems. That's certainly the case with After Dark, the first in a new DJ-focused series from the Late Night Tales camp. From start to finish, Brewster's selections are spot on, from the lowdown, slo-mo disco oddness of Sheffield chanteuse Marti Caine's "Love The Way You Love Me" and wide-eyed, acid-laden kosmiche of Coober Peder University Band's "Moon Plain", to the dirty electrofunk of Zed Bias's "Koolade" (featuring Toddla T, of all people) and mid'80s percussion fest of Martin Kershaw's "Keep On Pokin". If that wasn't enough, Brewster has also unearthed a decent Jamiroquai record. The wonders never cease.