The Names Have Been Changed

 

 

  1. Legs – The Art of Noise
  2. Beat Dis – Bomb The Bass
  3. The Art of Drums – MacAttack
  4. Cmon Yeah – Queens Tag Team
  5. Know How (Instrumental) – Young MC
  6. A Roller Skating Jam Named Saturday – De La Soul
  7. Say No Go – De La Soul
  8. Say Kids – Coldcut
  9. Afrodizziact – Cry Cisco
  10. PSK What Does It Mean – Schooly D
  11. Give The DJ A Break – Dynamix
  12. Return of the The Original Art Form – Major Force
  13. Nonviolence – Automator
  14. 33% God – Beastie Boys
  15. Say Kids- Coldcut
  16. Lesson 2 – Double D and Steinski
  17. The Adventures of Grandmaster Flash on The Wheels of Steel

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~ by ricardosevere on 05/05/2011.

4 Responses to “The Names Have Been Changed”

  1. […] the Bar-Kays at Wattstax (for anyone who didn’t know where Tim Simenon got the sample for Beat Dis or Chuck D for Caught, Can I get a Witness?), followed by the late father of Go-Go Chuck […]

  2. […] break from house music to rework the monster drums from Schooly D’s PSK What Does It Mean (heard here) and the eerie funk of The Lafayette Afro-Rock Band’s Darkest Light. Jazzy Jeff cuts up Donald […]

  3. […] The mix below tries to captures the eclecticism of such nights, including sources from Baloo to the Ballistic Brothers. It was fun to put together – if a bit challenging to mix Clyde Stubblefield over the top of The Who! Some of the tracks will be familiar; some won’t. But many evoke memories for me: Fashion played over and over on a C90 as a kid in Paris, Pink Panther movies at The Odeon Westbourne Grove, Radio Nova in Paris years later, K-creative and Ollie’s Pushme Pullyu at the Orange, and years trying to track down that loop from De La Soul’s Roller Skating Jam Named Saturdays (heard here). […]

  4. […] The mix below tries to captures the eclecticism of such nights, including sources from Baloo to the Ballistic Brothers. It was fun to put together – if a bit challenging to mix Clyde Stubblefield over the top of The Who! Some of the tracks will be familiar; some won’t. But many evoke memories for me: Fashion played over and over on a C90 as a kid in Paris, Pink Panther movies at The Odeon Westbourne Grove, Radio Nova in Paris years later, K-creative and Ollie’s Pushmipullyu at the Orange, and years trying to track down that loop from De La Soul’s Roller Skating Jam Named Saturdays (heard here). […]

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