Brilliant? Yes he was! He started off (at 11:00) nice and smoothe, gradually building up to about the 11:45 mark, then keep a nice level until the NY's countdown. Started the next part of his set with BT's Dreaming (a mix I didn't recognize... can anyone help me on this one?)
Other than a couple obvious skips on one record (not really his fault), his mixing was pretty damn good (even when it wasn't 100% bang on, he corrected it VERY quickly) and that's pretty good when most of his mixes were over 2 minutes in length.
It was nice hearing a good selection of old and new tracks, reaching way back with "Annihilate" (which put smiles on many people's faces)
All in all, I can't wait to see/ hear Pappa again, this will not be my last time
Jay. (still really tired
Oh yeah, and respect to Evil P for following up Pappa nicely and showing his versatility... I've never heard him play a progressive set so well!