Monday, March 31, 2008

MAR 31

I found a bunch of tracks on my hard drive that Eliot gave me.
This was one of them. It's by Sole Tech and it was released on
Detrechno records(1996.) The name of the track is
Back To The Future

Sunday, March 30, 2008

MAR 30

the name Gap band comes from three streets in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Greenwood Ave., Archer St., and Pine St. are in a little hood they called Black Wall Street.
Here is Outstanding by The Gap Band.

Saturday, March 29, 2008

MAR 29

Boogie Down Productions Criminal Minded is such a dope
record to me . This track is from the Hot Club Versions released
on B-Boy Records (1987). It's a remake of The P Is Free

Friday, March 28, 2008

MAR 28

I'm about to set a blog record for longest song.
This one is by This Heat and it clocks in at 20 min.
It was recorded in 1979 and has a bomb ass break.
The name of the song is Repeat

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

MAR 26

I'm really feeling this track right now. It's by
Chicago's own Chaka Khan, from her 1984 LP
"I Feel for You" released on Warner Bros. records.
It's kinda soft butI love the way they flip the vocals
and the synths on this one. The name of the song is
My Love Is Alive

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

MAR 25

I'm posting this one up for the homie Jamie. It's from
Juvenile's first album Being Myself (1995) released on
Warlock records. The name of the song is Powder Bag

Monday, March 24, 2008

MAR 24.3

Looks like we got a triple play going today. This
one is from one of the Fat Boys Prince Markie Dee.
It's the instrumental version of Typical Reasons
from his 1992 12'' released on Columbia records.
The original sample is Outstanding by the Gap Band.

MAR 24.2

This next track is off of the EP "Magic Planet" by Mr. Andrew from 1982. I'm going to break off the title track for you here because you should hear it. I've been looking for this record for about a year and haven't been able to find it at all. If you ever see it please buy it and sell it to me. This is "Magic Planet" by Mr. Andrew.

MAR 24

This is probably one of the hardest songs of all time, Flashing by Goblin.

Sunday, March 23, 2008

MAR 23

Another one from Nastymix records. This one
is by Sir Mix A Lot from 1990. It's the remix to
I Got Game

Friday, March 21, 2008

MAR 21

Jeff Mills is one of the coolest dude ever. This is a track
from his Millsart "Every Dog Has It's Day" Cd released in
2001 on his Axis label. The name of the track is Moody

Thursday, March 20, 2008

MAR 20

A real cool song by Hamilton Bohannon. It was released on 12'' by
London records in 1981. Listen close you might hear a sample or
two. I'm not snitching though. The songs name is
Let's Start The Dance

Monday, March 17, 2008

MAR 17

This is a live recording of Kraftwerk from 1975. It was relased by
Concert Classics a label that sells rare concert recordings on
LP and CD. The song they are performing is Kometenmelodiel

Saturday, March 15, 2008

MAR 15

This is an oldie but goodie! Here is the instrumental of Let it All Hang Out by A.D.O.R.

Friday, March 14, 2008

MAR 14

I haven't put up a video in the longest so here is
RUN DMC It's Tricky from their Raising Hell LP (1986)
Eliot loves Penn & Teller too so it's a win win as they say.

Thursday, March 13, 2008

MAR 13

This is the first track on Morgan Geist's 1997 album
The Driving Memoirs on Clear records. He was ahead of
the curve on this one for real. The track is Doorbell

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

MAR 12

Special Ed was one of the dopest in the game back in the 80's
and 90's. He put out his first album when he was 16. It had classics
like I'm the Magnificent, I Got It Made and Taxing. This is from his
second LP Legal (1990).The song is called
Living Like A Star

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

MAR 11

Green Velvet put out a pretty amazing album in 1999
titled Constant Chaos on Music Man records. This is
one of the tracks on it. Electrocution

Monday, March 10, 2008

MAR 10

Lots of people have flipped this sample but this one is by
Devin The Dude from Houston. He raps and makes beats.
This is from his first album in 1998 on Rap A Lot records.
It's the instrumental of Georgy

Sunday, March 9, 2008


Marcos Valle is Brazilian and he's pretty much had Bossa Nova
on lock since it's beginning. This is from a 1973 album on
Odeon records. It's full of synths and electric pianos and sounds
pretty much like the album cover. The name of the lp and the song is
Previsão Do Tempo

Saturday, March 8, 2008


This is a really weird song by Prince. It's from his
Black Album (1987) which caused all kinds of trouble
at his label Warner Brothers. The name of the song is
Bob George

Friday, March 7, 2008


I don't know very much about italo compared to Jeffrey (see his post below!) but he inspired me to post one of my favorite tracks, "Stop" by B.W.H. This one originally came out on House Of Music in 1983.

Thursday, March 6, 2008


Rhythm & Sound make super slow dub. They are also known as
Basic Channel and pretty much changed the game when it comes to
German techno. This is one of the 10'' they released on their
Burial Mix label in 2001. The song features Tikiman (not in picture)
on the vocals. The name is Jah Rule

Tuesday, March 4, 2008


This one is from Diamond D from D.I.T.C. A legend in
the game for his beats but I always thought his raps
were so clean. From his 1997 LP the track is called
Gather Round

Monday, March 3, 2008


Blue Russell - I Wanna Fly Away
DiscoMagic (Italy)- 1984
one of my all time favorites. super rare and expensive, i still don't have the 12"! this week i've been listening to it over and over on the subway eyes closed, lip syncing, fantasizing djing it out.
the guy that made this was involved with a dozen other italo hits like penguin invasion, and hey dj, orient express, call me mr. telephone, love theme from flexxy ball.

MAR 03

I love a producer that started out on a dual
cassette deck. my first time messing with loops
& samples was like that and I learned a lot doing
it that way. This dude started that way too and
went on to make some ill detroit electro jams.
peep Prototype by Dj Dijital

Sunday, March 2, 2008

MAR 02

I might have used this break for my song raptight. This is Dexter Wansel with Theme from the Planets

Saturday, March 1, 2008


Roy Ayers is a master of jazz and and an amazing vibraphone player. Here is his 1984 heater entitled "In The Dark".