Archive for November, 2011
William DeVaughn – Be Thankful For What You’ve Got (Full Length Version)
William DeVaughn – Be Thankful For What You’ve Got (Disco Version)
One Blood – Be Thankful For What You’ve Got
Donovan Carless – Be Thankful For What You’ve Got
Bunny Clarke – Be Thankful For What You’ve Got
Sly and the Family Stone – Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin) | Live
Melvin Sparks – Thank You (Parts 1 & 2)
Joe Thomas – Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)
Kashmere Stage Band – Thank You
Maceo & All The Kings Men – Thank You For Letting Me Be Myself Again
Earl Van Dyke – Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)
Sam & Dave – I Thank You (Live)
Led Zeppelin – Thank You (Live)
The Glass House – Thanks I Needed That
Donny Hathaway & June Conquest – I Thank You
Alicia Myers – I Want To Thank You
Del The Funkee Homosapien – Thank Youse
My month has been made — Soul Boulders 2 from the homies B-Cause & Matthew Africa dropped today. This is the sequel to volume 1 which dropped some years back and was one of the most popular DJ mixes during my adamant attempt at giving Amoeba back to the DJ scene. I feel like I was calling those dudes for a restock every damn week, along with their ‘Night Of The Remix’ and ‘R. Kelly’ tributes.
Preview the mix here…
Purchase it HERE for only 7 bucks — I just copped my copy and am listening to it now, already blown away and only 10 minutes in. B-Cause and Matt Africa are undeniable music geniuses and two of the most respected DJs and music collectors in the DJ game. Support that real shit!
Full info here. Send name to RSVP@Distortion2Static.com for guest-list action!
Eric B. & Rakim – In The Ghetto
Eric B. & Rakim – In The Ghetto (drums & Rakim)
Eric B. & Rakim – The Ghetto (live at Showtime At The Apollo)
24-Carat Black – Ghetto: Misfortune’s Wealth
Donny Hathaway – The Ghetto (live)
Bill Withers – Kissin My Love
Bill Withers – Kissin’ My Love (live on German TV – ‘The Beat Club’)
“DJ PLATURN X JOHN COYNE | THE BONES”
An original audio/visual composition between yours truly & the uber talents of John Coyne.
This project, which took several months to make, consists of over 90,000 HDR still images along with HDR video.
A brief explanation of the title: the ebony keys of a piano always reminded me of bones along with a sort of skeletal feel of the pictures taken, as in the inner workings of a society and those aspects of your day to day that tend to be ignored but can be viewed in such intense detail when you splice 90,000 HDR still images into a 4 minute and 44 second video.
Enjoy and please help spread the word!