DJ Shadow mix

DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 6,798 Posts
edited November 2016 in Music
edit: think my predictive text decided I only come here for the Boomer Die Off thread...

https://m.soundcloud.com/ninja-tune/solid-steel-radio-show-18112016-hour-1-mighty-atom-endtroducing-tribute-mix

Mixed by Mighty Atom

1. Stanley Clarke – Concerto for Jazz/Rock Orchestra (Part II and Part III) / DJ Shadow – Best Foot Forward / Jeru the Damaja – You Can’t Stop the Prophet / Kool G Rap & DJ Polo – Poison / Masters of Ceremony – Dynamite / Stezo – It’s My Turn / Lifer’s Group – Real Deal (Acapella) / Lifer’s Group – Real Deal (Shadow Mix) / Beastie Boys – Party’s Gettin’ Rough

2. Jeremy Storch – I Feel a New Shadow / DJ Shadow – Building Steam With a Grain of Salt / Frankie Seay & The Soul Riders – Soul Food / H.P. Riot – I Need You / Lexia – I Worship You

3. Metallica – Orion / Third Guitar – Baby Don’t Cry / DJ Shadow – Number Song (Cut Chemist Remix) / The Troubleneck Brothers – Back to the Hip Hop (Acapella) / Kuris Blow – AJ Scratch / T La Rock – Breakdown / Pearly Queen – Quit Jivin’ / Don Covay – Bad Luck

4. Motherlode – Soft Shell / Kay Gardner – Inner Mood 1 / Tangerine Dream – Invisible Limits / Embryo – Klondyke Netti

5. Flying Island – The Vision and the Voice

6. Nirvana – Love Suite / Mother Mallard's Portable Masterpiece Company – Oleo Strut / DJ Shadow – Stem/Long Stem / Just Ice feat. KRS One – Moshitup

7. Pugh Rogefeldt – Love, Love, Love / Bjork – Possibly Maybe

8. Lefties Soul Connection – Organ Donor / Giorgio Moroder – Tears / Supersister – Judy Goes on Holiday /

9. Samson and Delilah – There’s a DJ in Your Town / Cleo McNett – Snap

10. David Axelrod – The Human Abstract / David Axelrod – The Human Abstract (Om Unit Edit) / Pekka Pohjola – The Madness Subsides / Baraka – Sower of Seeds / Rotary Connection – Life Could / Meredith Monk – Dolmen Music (part 1) / Organized Konfusion – Releasing Hypnotical Gases

11. Top Priority feat. Percee P – Let the Homicides Begin / Charles Bernstein – Moment of Truth (Ghetto Shakedown) / Jo Ann Garrett – Walk on By / Shawn Phillips – All Our Love / DJ Shadow – What Does Your Soul Look Like (Part 1) (Peshay Remix) / Heath Brothers – Voice of the Saxophone



billbradley

  Comments


  • fuckin hell I thought this was going to be one of those posts where we give our condolences.... thanks for this mix yo!


  • skelskel You can't cheat karma 5,007 Posts

    fuckin hell I thought this was going to be one of those posts where we give our condolences.... thanks for this mix yo!

    Yep, had to do an urgent internet trawl only to find Duder being bang out of order...again

  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 6,798 Posts
    skel said:

    fuckin hell I thought this was going to be one of those posts where we give our condolences.... thanks for this mix yo

    Duder being bang out of order
    Moi?

  • skelskel You can't cheat karma 5,007 Posts
    L*o, what's the big club music du jour down Barca way?



  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 6,798 Posts
    Hah.
    Not been to the clubs here, but everything musical here is... more lowkey, and feels a bit like a step back in time, or to a parallel world where the '90s (and extreme clubbing/drug culture/house+techno etc) never happened, which is really odd to me as it all started on one of their islands in the '80s, but I guess it was stigmatised as just something those stupid tourists do.
    The Spanish/Catalans just don't view music in the same way as us, and although they freely admit to admiration for the music of the UK as being one of the truly world class exports they are grateful for (they still aren't having Marmite), they don't seem to be that interested in... hmmm, making room for music?
    The cafe/terrace culture is all outside. Music would be a step too far in crowded cities where neighbours are already struggling to sleep through the all-night chatter, but even in the winter, inside the bars the Spanish go out to socialise first, debauchery isn't even in second place, and music is incidental. When they do music, it's a concert, a performance that they may join in with the hand-clapping and the chorus if they know the words, it's them paying their full attention to it (and/or money), and they love it, but I wouldn't call it a musical city.

    When they do attempt to create some atmosphere it could be at a secondhand market with DJs playing tunes in the sun while people look through vintage t-shirts, or, hilariously, I once witnessed a DJ playing to a car-park on the water front because there was some kind of yacht exposition going on nearby.

    Went on a trip to Prague in the spring, and walking along the river bank with the girlfriend we strolled past a bar with tables outside, people sitting in the sun drinking steins of amazing beer, and a couple of massive gig speakers playing a Led Zep tune. Many of the drinkers, whether in groups or alone, were sitting in silence, eyes closed, enjoying the sun on their faces and listening to the music. I pointed out to my gf that in nearly 3 years, I've never witnessed this behaviour from locals in Spain.

    ketanfoeskelJimsterJunior

  • foefoe El Raval 147 Posts
    music is for the tourists down here.

  • JimsterJimster Unshazzamable saudade chord vehicle 6,014 Posts
    Duderonomy said:
     I pointed out to my donkey that in nearly 3 years, I've never witnessed this behaviour from locals in Spain.

    FTFY b/w They are all waiting for the Cumbia breakdown
    Duderonomy

  • JimsterJimster Unshazzamable saudade chord vehicle 6,014 Posts
    Srs doe, I had a similar discussion with a Greek dude I worked with.  I think he made a solid point :

    His theory was that shit weather kept folls indoors and so forced us shit weather folls into doing music and inventing and such.  Also working.

    Wheras they would rather be soaking up the vitamin D and ogling totty down the beach - everything else was a "Nice to have".

    I had, and still have, absolutely no counter to that.

    No wonder manamana Greeks have mad Philosophy.

  • ppadilhappadilha 1,808 Posts
    Jimster said:

    I had, and still have, absolutely no counter to that.

    U have never heard baile funk blaring out of car speakers on a beach in Brazil, then
    kicks79

  • foefoe El Raval 147 Posts
    Jimster said:
    Srs doe, I had a similar discussion with a Greek dude I worked with.  I think he made a solid point :

    His theory was that shit weather kept folls indoors and so forced us shit weather folls into doing music and inventing and such.  Also working.

    Wheras they would rather be soaking up the vitamin D and ogling totty down the beach - everything else was a "Nice to have".

    I had, and still have, absolutely no counter to that.

    No wonder manamana Greeks have mad Philosophy.
    in my younger days at uni i said something similar to some of my african friends. they told me to shut the fuck up since i knew not what i talked about. they were right.
    innersource

  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 6,798 Posts
    "...some of my best friends are from hot countries"  
    But seriously, I'm sure the climate vs productivity theory has some (academic?) weight behind it.

  • JimsterJimster Unshazzamable saudade chord vehicle 6,014 Posts
    Deffo.

    I mean, how many Brits are into washing their clothes down by the river?  Ay?  AY?

    EXACTLY.

    I'd save a fortune on Persil.

  • skelskel You can't cheat karma 5,007 Posts
    Jimster said:


    I mean, how many Brits are into washing their clothes down by the river?  Ay?  AY?

    Sobriety dude, whilst living a cardboard box, inside a van

  • SPlDEYSPlDEY Vegas 3,135 Posts
    Endtroducing absolutely needs the full orchestra re-interpretation treatment. 

    - spidey

  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 6,798 Posts
    A band from Oxford called themselves Introducing and took their cover of the album on tour a few years back, made for a decent live experience:


    Back to the music, it's a fucking great mix. Loving the sample recreations that include more elements of the original tracks.

  • ppadilhappadilha 1,808 Posts
    "...some of my best friends are from hot countries"  
    But seriously, I'm sure the climate vs productivity theory has some (academic?) weight behind it.

    it certainly explains why Siberia was the birthplace of civilization

    but maybe you'll find some academics supporting your theory. I think you'll find their books next to the phrenology section at your local library

  • trzakhstantrzakhstan IA 198 Posts
    There is no shortage of academic research into the global north/south developed/undeveloped first world/third world dichotomy.

  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 6,798 Posts
    ppadilha said:
    "...some of my best friends are from hot countries"  
    But seriously, I'm sure the climate vs productivity theory has some (academic?) weight behind it.

    it certainly explains why Siberia was the birthplace of civilization

    but maybe you'll find some academics supporting your theory. I think you'll find their books next to the phrenology section at your local library
    LOL, defensive much? I didn't say it was my theory, and making observations about climate and its effect on a society/culture's productivity doesn't make somebody a racial elitist. So assuming you are referencing Egypt, the climate of that civilsation was vastly different to the desert landscape of today. I'm not saying it was cold, but all early civilisations were built around agriculture, and the work vs crop yield will impact how much time can be set aside for other advancements, and the drying of their climate probably had a huge impact on the dominance of their empire.

    Comparing Australia with England is also instructive: Oz has a strong outdoor culture and has traditionally been a sporting powerhouse for a nation of its size, but isn't as influential on the "ideas" front as England.

    I remember reading an interview with Q-Bert and he directly attributed his turntable prowess to the injury that left him with a limp and indoors when he would've otherwise been outside with his friends.

  • trzakhstantrzakhstan IA 198 Posts
    Seasonal flooding and irrigation strut?
    Duderonomy

  • skelskel You can't cheat karma 5,007 Posts
    Panty flooding and colonic irrigation strut?
    Fixed
    Duderonomy

  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 6,798 Posts
    I'll also add that typically, the closer you get to the equator, the slower the music.



  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 6,798 Posts
    Also also

    Seen the price of the 20th Anniversary Entroducing package? Over a hundred notes!

    Why DJ Shadow sucks in 2016: it's the money.
    cove

  • JimsterJimster Unshazzamable saudade chord vehicle 6,014 Posts
    ppadilha said:
    "...some of my best friends are from hot countries"  
    But seriously, I'm sure the climate vs productivity theory has some (academic?) weight behind it.

    it certainly explains why Siberia was the birthplace of civilization

    but maybe you'll find some academics supporting your theory. I think you'll find their books next to the phrenology section at your local library
    Next to the Best of Lancashire Samba?  The Sun allows some folks some things, the cold makes folk do others.  I don't need no fancy education to tell me that.


  • trzakhstantrzakhstan IA 198 Posts
    Shadow is bad at social media by his own admission, he came of age before instagram and twitter, and he has spent the past couple days tweeting out people he is thankful for, but its just been tweets with just the words "ugk" or "nirvana" and nothing else.

  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 6,798 Posts
    Why can't he just screw the royalties and go back to sample-heavy dusty beats?
    He doesn't need to be clever, just break out some raer and loop that shit.

  • trzakhstantrzakhstan IA 198 Posts
    Okay, back to the list, how do we embed tweets?
    http://twitter.com/djshadow/status/801891514179723264


  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 6,798 Posts
    Haha. I see what you mean.

  • sticky_dojahsticky_dojah New York City...humanheadnyc.com 2,105 Posts
    SPlDEY said:
    Endtroducing absolutely needs the full orchestra re-interpretation treatment. 

    - spidey
    Cosign. Might be more appealing than the "keep it relevant" remix treatment.

  • sticky_dojahsticky_dojah New York City...humanheadnyc.com 2,105 Posts
    btw this mix is fire.

  • SPlDEYSPlDEY Vegas 3,135 Posts
    SPlDEY said:
    Endtroducing absolutely needs the full orchestra re-interpretation treatment. 

    - spidey
    Cosign. Might be more appealing than the "keep it relevant" remix treatment.
    Have you heard David Axelrod: Live at the Royal Festival hall?


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