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DJ Happy 1994 Mix (Side B)

March 17th, 2014 No comments

This is side b to one of the best mixtapes I've ever owned.  Enjoy.


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1_ Earth People_  Dance
2_ Xpansions_  Move Your Body (Elevation)
3_ River Ocean_  Love & Happiness (Junior Boys Own Super Dub)
4_ Nu Yorican Soul_  The Nervous Track
5_ Afrodesiac_  Life In A Day
6_ A Man Called Adam_  Techno Powers
7_ M People_  Movin' On Up (MK Like a Man Dub)
8_ Barbara Tucker_  Beautiful People (C.J.'s Dub)
9_ Banji Boys_  Love Thang
10_ Intruder_  U Got Me
11_ Longsy D_  This Is Ska
12_ The Epitome of Hype_  Let The Freak
13_ M People_  Movin' On Up (Roger's Hardubb)

DJ Happy 1994 Mix (Side B)

March 17th, 2014 No comments

This is side b to one of the best mixtapes I've ever owned.  Enjoy.


[download - right-click (PC) or CTRL-click (Mac) > 'Save As']
[subscribe in iTunes]

1_ Earth People_  Dance
2_ Xpansions_  Move Your Body (Elevation)
3_ River Ocean_  Love & Happiness (Junior Boys Own Super Dub)
4_ Nu Yorican Soul_  The Nervous Track
5_ Afrodesiac_  Life In A Day
6_ A Man Called Adam_  Techno Powers
7_ M People_  Movin' On Up (MK Like a Man Dub)
8_ Barbara Tucker_  Beautiful People (C.J.'s Dub)
9_ Banji Boys_  Love Thang
10_ Intruder_  U Got Me
11_ Longsy D_  This Is Ska
12_ The Epitome of Hype_  Let The Freak
13_ M People_  Movin' On Up (Roger's Hardubb)

DJ Happy 1994 Mix (Side A)

March 17th, 2014 No comments

Hands down, this has to be one of the most influential mixtapes I ever had.  It's by a "DJ Happy", who I never heard of at the time and never heard of again.  However, the songs and the mixing on this recording are impeccable.  There are many classics and I spent hours digging in the crates to amass the vast majority of these songs.  If you ever wanted to take a peek into what inspired me as a young DJ, this is it.


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1_ ???_ Now Is The Time
2_ Shock Wave_  The Mental Track
3_ Lectroluv_  Dream Drums
4_ Joe T Vannelli_  Play With The Voice feat. Csilla
5_ River Ocean_  Love & Happiness
6_ Mr. Roy_  Something About You
7_ The African Dream_  All In The Same Family
Unknown Accapella (never forget)
8_ ???_ ???
9_ Bizarre Inc_  Took My Love (MK What Up Dub)
10_ Pleasure Dome_  12 Minutes To Do It
11_ DJ Duke_  Blow Your Whistle
12_ ??? - ???
13_ Inner City_  Good Life

DJ Happy 1994 Mix (Side A)

March 17th, 2014 No comments

Hands down, this has to be one of the most influential mixtapes I ever had.  It's by a "DJ Happy", who I never heard of at the time and never heard of again.  However, the songs and the mixing on this recording are impeccable.  There are many classics and I spent hours digging in the crates to amass the vast majority of these songs.  If you ever wanted to take a peek into what inspired me as a young DJ, this is it.


[download - right-click (PC) or CTRL-click (Mac) > 'Save As']
[subscribe in iTunes]

1_ ???_ Now Is The Time
2_ Shock Wave_  The Mental Track
3_ Lectroluv_  Dream Drums
4_ Joe T Vannelli_  Play With The Voice feat. Csilla
5_ River Ocean_  Love & Happiness
6_ Mr. Roy_  Something About You
7_ The African Dream_  All In The Same Family
Unknown Accapella (never forget)
8_ ???_ ???
9_ Bizarre Inc_  Took My Love (MK What Up Dub)
10_ Pleasure Dome_  12 Minutes To Do It
11_ DJ Duke_  Blow Your Whistle
12_ ??? - ???
13_ Inner City_  Good Life

OTBP Vol. 012 “Chuva na Cidade”

March 5th, 2014 No comments

Three years is quite some time for a podcast to be dormant but OTBP lives on.  Volume 12 has arrived with several new tunes from the last several months.  A big shout out to LBS over at Pounds Not Ounces for getting me motivated to start the OTBP machine back up.

The mix is completely focused on deep house--at a very methodical and calculated pace.  Enjoy.

OTBP Vol. 012 "Chuva na Cidade"

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00:00_ Marquis Hawkes_ Behold I Send You Out
04:20_ Detroit Swindle_ Woman
07:20_ Crazy P_ Virtuality
11:35_ HNNY_ Tears & No Tears
15:30_ Fantastic Man_ Wie Gehts
18:18_ Mat_Joe_ Showtime
19:50_ Earth People_ Reach Up To Mars (Martian Mix)
24:50_ David August_ Music Is The Place To Be
30:05_ Intruder_ Ámame feat. Jei (Long Ass Mix)
34:25_ Simon Backer_ Arpy 2
37:00_ DJ Assassin_ A Face In The Crowd (Intellidred Mix)
39:05_ Audiojack_ Stay Glued (FCL Weemix)
40:30_ Butch_ No Worries
45:45_ The Mole_ Lockdown Party (Sprinkles' Crossfaderama)
48:48_ Junktion_ Her Groove
52:00_ Cuthead_ Maputo Jam
56:00_ Crazy P_ My Love
59:25_ Mark E_ RnB Drunkie
62:58_ Osborne_ All Night (Tuff Cit Kids Remix)
63:15_ Detroit Swindle_ Monkey Wrench
66:25_ Alfabet_ Roundabout
70:00_ Romanthony_ Trust (Motor City Drum Ensemble Deep Mix)
73:25_ Greg Porter_ 1960 What?
78:25_ Escort_ Barbarians (JKriv Remix)
80:25_ Tinpong_ New Religion (Marcus Marr Remix)
84:10_ KiNK_ Don't Stop
87:45_ Jungle By Night_ Marsvin (Kraak & Smaak Remix)
89:05_ Tiger & Woods_ Pitch
93:00_ CTEPEO '57_ Mono 66
96:45_ Seven Davis Jr_ All Kinds
98:15_ Jazzanova_ I Can See feat. Ben Westbeech (Konstatin Sibold Remix)
101:50_ Cuthead_ Brother
104:20_ Motor City Drum Ensemble_ Send a Prayer 2
108:35_ Junktion_ Ambiguous

OTBP Vol. 012 “Chuva na Cidade”

March 5th, 2014 No comments

Three years is quite some time for a podcast to be dormant but OTBP lives on.  Volume 12 has arrived with several new tunes from the last several months.  A big shout out to LBS over at Pounds Not Ounces for getting me motivated to start the OTBP machine back up.

The mix is completely focused on deep house--at a very methodical and calculated pace.  Enjoy.

OTBP Vol. 012 "Chuva na Cidade"

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00:00_ Marquis Hawkes_ Behold I Send You Out
04:20_ Detroit Swindle_ Woman
07:20_ Crazy P_ Virtuality
11:35_ HNNY_ Tears & No Tears
15:30_ Fantastic Man_ Wie Gehts
18:18_ Mat_Joe_ Showtime
19:50_ Earth People_ Reach Up To Mars (Martian Mix)
24:50_ David August_ Music Is The Place To Be
30:05_ Intruder_ Ámame feat. Jei (Long Ass Mix)
34:25_ Simon Backer_ Arpy 2
37:00_ DJ Assassin_ A Face In The Crowd (Intellidred Mix)
39:05_ Audiojack_ Stay Glued (FCL Weemix)
40:30_ Butch_ No Worries
45:45_ The Mole_ Lockdown Party (Sprinkles' Crossfaderama)
48:48_ Junktion_ Her Groove
52:00_ Cuthead_ Maputo Jam
56:00_ Crazy P_ My Love
59:25_ Mark E_ RnB Drunkie
62:58_ Osborne_ All Night (Tuff Cit Kids Remix)
63:15_ Detroit Swindle_ Monkey Wrench
66:25_ Alfabet_ Roundabout
70:00_ Romanthony_ Trust (Motor City Drum Ensemble Deep Mix)
73:25_ Greg Porter_ 1960 What?
78:25_ Escort_ Barbarians (JKriv Remix)
80:25_ Tinpong_ New Religion (Marcus Marr Remix)
84:10_ KiNK_ Don't Stop
87:45_ Jungle By Night_ Marsvin (Kraak & Smaak Remix)
89:05_ Tiger & Woods_ Pitch
93:00_ CTEPEO '57_ Mono 66
96:45_ Seven Davis Jr_ All Kinds
98:15_ Jazzanova_ I Can See feat. Ben Westbeech (Konstatin Sibold Remix)
101:50_ Cuthead_ Brother
104:20_ Motor City Drum Ensemble_ Send a Prayer 2
108:35_ Junktion_ Ambiguous

Masters At Work :: Live @ 103 Harriet (part 3)

August 1st, 2012 No comments

After a one year hiatus on the blog, I'm proud to say that we're back in business.  There's no better way to kick things off than with the legends Masters at Work -- Kenny Dope and Little Louie Vega.  If there were a  House Music Hall of Fame, these guys would be charter members.  Earlier this year they performed at 103 Harriet in San Francisco, California.  Luckily Red Bull Music Academy recorded the set.  I have all three sets ready for your listening pleasure.  The mix starts out with many classic MAW tunes and then about 40% in, the set shifts to some newer tunes.  Overall it is an A+ performance in which I wish I were present at that party.

Here's the synopsis from Amoeba:
Their name says it all – Masters At Work. "Little Louie” Vega and Kenny "Dope" Gonzalez celebrate 20 years together, shepherding dance music down new paths with their inventive production style and imaginative feel for different musical forms. The two native New Yorkers have amassed an overwhelming body of work in that time, one that includes hundreds of original productions, remixes, and side projects, redefining the way we think of music in clubs. They defiantly mix everything they can find – house, hip-hop, funk, disco, Latin, African and jazz – into a universal groove. And in doing so, MAW has become a cultural mélange unto itself, emblematic of the multicultural society in which we live.

ENJOY...

Masters At Work :: Live @ 103 Harriet (part 3)

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Masters At Work :: Live @ 103 Harriet (part 3)

August 1st, 2012 No comments

After a one year hiatus on the blog, I'm proud to say that we're back in business.  There's no better way to kick things off than with the legends Masters at Work -- Kenny Dope and Little Louie Vega.  If there were a  House Music Hall of Fame, these guys would be charter members.  Earlier this year they performed at 103 Harriet in San Francisco, California.  Luckily Red Bull Music Academy recorded the set.  I have all three sets ready for your listening pleasure.  The mix starts out with many classic MAW tunes and then about 40% in, the set shifts to some newer tunes.  Overall it is an A+ performance in which I wish I were present at that party.

Here's the synopsis from Amoeba:
Their name says it all – Masters At Work. "Little Louie” Vega and Kenny "Dope" Gonzalez celebrate 20 years together, shepherding dance music down new paths with their inventive production style and imaginative feel for different musical forms. The two native New Yorkers have amassed an overwhelming body of work in that time, one that includes hundreds of original productions, remixes, and side projects, redefining the way we think of music in clubs. They defiantly mix everything they can find – house, hip-hop, funk, disco, Latin, African and jazz – into a universal groove. And in doing so, MAW has become a cultural mélange unto itself, emblematic of the multicultural society in which we live.

ENJOY...

Masters At Work :: Live @ 103 Harriet (part 3)

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Masters At Work :: Live @ 103 Harriet (part 2)

July 30th, 2012 No comments

After a one year hiatus on the blog, I'm proud to say that we're back in business.  There's no better way to kick things off than with the legends Masters at Work -- Kenny Dope and Little Louie Vega.  If there were a  House Music Hall of Fame, these guys would be charter members.  Earlier this year they performed at 103 Harriet in San Francisco, California.  Luckily Red Bull Music Academy recorded the set.  I have all three sets ready for your listening pleasure.  The mix starts out with many classic MAW tunes and then about 40% in, the set shifts to some newer tunes.  Overall it is an A+ performance in which I wish I were present at that party.

Here's the synopsis from Amoeba:
Their name says it all – Masters At Work. "Little Louie” Vega and Kenny "Dope" Gonzalez celebrate 20 years together, shepherding dance music down new paths with their inventive production style and imaginative feel for different musical forms. The two native New Yorkers have amassed an overwhelming body of work in that time, one that includes hundreds of original productions, remixes, and side projects, redefining the way we think of music in clubs. They defiantly mix everything they can find – house, hip-hop, funk, disco, Latin, African and jazz – into a universal groove. And in doing so, MAW has become a cultural mélange unto itself, emblematic of the multicultural society in which we live.

ENJOY...

Masters At Work :: Live @ 103 Harriet (part 2)

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Masters At Work :: Live @ 103 Harriet (part 2)

July 30th, 2012 No comments

After a one year hiatus on the blog, I'm proud to say that we're back in business.  There's no better way to kick things off than with the legends Masters at Work -- Kenny Dope and Little Louie Vega.  If there were a  House Music Hall of Fame, these guys would be charter members.  Earlier this year they performed at 103 Harriet in San Francisco, California.  Luckily Red Bull Music Academy recorded the set.  I have all three sets ready for your listening pleasure.  The mix starts out with many classic MAW tunes and then about 40% in, the set shifts to some newer tunes.  Overall it is an A+ performance in which I wish I were present at that party.

Here's the synopsis from Amoeba:
Their name says it all – Masters At Work. "Little Louie” Vega and Kenny "Dope" Gonzalez celebrate 20 years together, shepherding dance music down new paths with their inventive production style and imaginative feel for different musical forms. The two native New Yorkers have amassed an overwhelming body of work in that time, one that includes hundreds of original productions, remixes, and side projects, redefining the way we think of music in clubs. They defiantly mix everything they can find – house, hip-hop, funk, disco, Latin, African and jazz – into a universal groove. And in doing so, MAW has become a cultural mélange unto itself, emblematic of the multicultural society in which we live.

ENJOY...

Masters At Work :: Live @ 103 Harriet (part 2)

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