May 14th 1995 - Essential mix recording of Pete Tong with a live appearance of Shiva at the Ministry of Sound
An Essential Mix from Pete Tong, recorded at the Ministry of Sound and broadcasted on May 14, 1995. Also the live appearance of Shiva with the track "Work it Out" is included in this recording. The phrase "It's all gone Pete Tong", where the name is used as rhyming slang for "a bit wrong", was reputedly first coined by Paul Oakenfold in late 1987 in an article about acid house called "Bermondsey Goes Balearic" for Terry Farley and Pete Heller's Boys Own fanzine. It's All Gone Pete Tong is also the title of a 2004 film which portrays a fictional DJ's experiences as he realizes he is becoming deaf. Tong appears briefly in the film. It is also the name Tong has adopted for his club night at the nightclub Pacha in Ibiza and his nightly radio program in the United States on iHeartRadio's "Evolution" EDM format platform.
The group Shiva consists of vocalist Louise Dean, musicians/songwriters Paul Ross and Gino Piscitelli and the unofficial fourth member Franco Piscitelli. they are responsible for tracks like "Work it out" (1994), "Let there be Love" (1994), "Freedom" (1995). Louise Dean tragically died in a traffic accident in Huddersfield in 1995.
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