Friday January 10 2014 is RECORD DAY 2013, right?

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  • LoopDreamsLoopDreams 1,193 Posts
    This thread is no monster just yet. Hopefully people will up more tunes over the next few days. Can't wait to listen to some of this stuff when I get back from work, it all is lookin great.

  • Work has really gotten in the way of ripping for me lately...I'll do my best to contribute today (or maybe tomorrow)

  • ketanketan Warmly booming riffs 2,424 Posts
    Friends, I've brought you together here again because it's 4pm here in Toronto and we're still miles away from reaching our goal for records shared today. There have been some heroic contributions already, and you can be sure that we will continue to welcome contributions after today. But please...



    I know that many of you on the east coast of the American continent are finishing up your workday and will now be heading home to put on some track pants and drink from your collection of squirrel decanters.



    But won't you please consider that there are child wookies being held captive out there RIGHT NOW? Or won't you at least accept that there are cats being dressed up as child wookies? Both of these scenarios should trouble you and make you realize that while it may be okay to turn the carcasses of little creatures into kitschy decanters, it is terrible that we are subjecting these li'l buddies to such living shame while we sit around with heaps of interesting records being unshared.



    Please join us and share a record this evening.

    Thank you.

  • One of my favorite pick-ups from last year. Salsa heavy from Panama:

    Quintanar y su Clan Sonero ?????? Guaguina Yerabo

    I'll try to get some more stuff up later/tomorrow.

  • DelayDelay 4,530 Posts
    my main hard drive is at my studio, so i had to sift through serato to find record day appropriate tunes i ripped from wax. sorry it doesnt fit the guidelines, but theres some good soul, psych and rando rap for youse n dem:

    https://www.mediafire.com/?evi5i0ji2koobj1

  • caicai spacecho 361 Posts
    Bappi Lahiri bollywood soundtrack from 1984. Its a fun listen - includes a blatant Billie Jean knock-off and Come Closer, which has been sampled a few times i think. Hope you enjoy and thanks to everyone who has already uploaded and posted.


    https://www.dropbox.com/s/1q0e18tyy9sreia/KPKKOST.zip

  • ketanketan Warmly booming riffs 2,424 Posts
    I'll post some more tracks before the end of the night

  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 7,255 Posts
    OK, just set up a dropbox account and will see if this works (edit: dropbox limit reached. Links fixed, cheers Ketan!). My records are in storage so I'm limited to WAV files I have on my laptop;



    J is for JUNGLE
    So this is a selection ranging from entry-level classics to a few obscure and hard-to-find nuggets, all ripped from da h'ariginal vinyl with an audiophile needle and a roland soundcard through my vestax mixer, so sound quality should be play-out-able. I nabbed some of the images from drumtrip.co.uk which is a great resource for those wishing to investigate Jungle further - big up Law!


    Adam F - Circles (Section 5, 1995)
    Bob-James sampling anthem, this cross-over hit was inescapable for much of the late '90s. Adam F is the son of Alvin Stardust!


    Adam F - Metropolis (Doc Scott remix) (EMI, 1997)
    Album-only remix from Doc Scott that signaled a transition towards "darkness" and Drum'n'Bass. The intricate drum programming is still present, so I classify this as jungle.


    Badman - war for '94 (IQ Records, 1994)
    Darkest Light sample, gated snares, booming subs and some amens. Simple in presentation but undoubtedly complicated in practice. A big choon on the scene.


    DJ Crystl - meditation (Dee Jay Recordings, 1993)
    Euphoric, and at the time, most definitely futuristic. While Badman (above) manipulated amens for a sense of aggressive, explosion-and-compression energy, these amens pound away into crescendos of space and release. The influence of hands-in-the-air-at-sunrise raves is strong.


    Firefox & 4Tree - warning (powder mix) (Philly Blunt Records, 1994)
    The reggae influence in jungle is not always overt, but for me one of the highlights of this track is the massive half-time Junior Tucker sample that lends the track it's name. The Roni Size remix is also excellent...
    keep 'em hungry.


    Doc Scott - unofficial ghost (Metalheadz, 1996)
    This is from the excellent comp Platinum Breakz and another Doc Scott track that sits on the cusp between the rough'and'ready bedroom producer aesthetic that jungle was rooted in, and the polished and clinical sound of Drum'n'Bass. First heard this in a club and was chuffed that the track had a vocal refrain for the guy at Massive Records (RIP) to identify for me the next morning.


    Foul Play - vice (Moving Shadow, 1996)
    This track is an excellent demonstration of how to build momentum using different breaks from the Jungle producer's sound palette. The apex of this journey is naturally dominated by pounding amens.


    Funky Technicians - airtight (Legend Records, 1996)
    This long, atmospheric beauty was produced by the Funky Technicians aka Q-Project & Spinback who would later be known in D'n'B circles as Total Science.


    Oblivion - night windows (Street Beats, 1995)
    And this darker piece was produced by Oblivion who would be better known as Source Direct!


    Peshay - piano tune (Good Looking Records, 1995)
    Lead in, introduction of different elements, breakdown, ensemble. The choral voices and crescendos lend a religious feel to the track, I think I might have had some outer-body experiences to it.


    Studio Pressure - first sequence (Photek 1994)
    Studio Pressure aka Photek is one of my very favourite producers - confusingly he started his own label called Photek (or PTK) before using that name for one of his many production monikers. Photek demonstrated total mastery of his craft for much of the '90s, and this early single is an excellent example of his unmistakable sound. Many others have emulated his precision, none for me have bettered him.


    T-Power vs MK Ultra - mutant jazz (S.O.U.R. 1994-95)
    This release had a promo in '94 but you had to wait until '95 for the full version - and well worth it with such a great sleeve design. An excellent track that blends light euphoric sounds with a 'hoover' sub-bass that was revolutionary for the scene and was quickly adopted by many other producers.

  • ketanketan Warmly booming riffs 2,424 Posts
    ^ Duder, that's the best post yet, just off concept.

    EDIT: the link for Funky Technicians - airtight is wrong.

    ^^ Delay, I like the lazy but effective approach. I'm going to reciprocate here with a batch of random things I've ripped: http://bit.ly/1m0AXoF.

    Is anyone interested in an indian album of children's music? I made a rip for my daughter's daycare. There's some ill stuff on there too.

    Thanks for all of the uploads so far. I'm commuting a lot in the next few months, and I will enjoy listening to all of this new stuff.

  • Here's a really sweet polish jazz record I picked up from a generous waxi-bro this past year:

    Jerzy Milian Trio - Baazaar

  • caicai spacecho 361 Posts
    Shout out to those participants who ripped their contributions at 320 kbps......

  • toby.dtoby.d 254 Posts
    I'm still working my way through the thread but a quick thanks to LoopDreams for The Supreme Jubilees. I'm feeling the jazz too but It'll All Be Over was exactly what I needed this weekend and has been on repeat, particularly the slower cuts like Standing In The Need Of A Prayer, and the title track slays.

  • FrankFrank 2,360 Posts
    cai said:
    Shout out to those participants who ripped their contributions at 320 kbps......

    I though there were no rules as to upload quality? Mine are 224kbps mono which equals the fidelity of a 448 stereo file.

  • ketanketan Warmly booming riffs 2,424 Posts
    Frank said:
    cai said:
    Shout out to those participants who ripped their contributions at 320 kbps......

    I though there were no rules as to upload quality? Mine are 224kbps mono which equals the fidelity of a 448 stereo file.

    yeah, no crying about audio quality! i actually don't think rehdogg would care about something like that, anyway...

  • caicai spacecho 361 Posts
    Aha, sorry to be that guy! It doesn't really bother me in the scheme of things. Very happy to hear all this music regardless. Like was said above, that Supreme Jubilees is killer!

  • ketan said:
    ^ Duder, that's the best post yet, just off concept.

    EDIT: the link for Funky Technicians - airtight is wrong.

    ^^ Delay, I like the lazy but effective approach. I'm going to reciprocate here with a batch of random things I've ripped: http://bit.ly/1m0AXoF.

    Is anyone interested in an indian album of children's music? I made a rip for my daughter's daycare. There's some ill stuff on there too.

    Thanks for all of the uploads so far. I'm commuting a lot in the next few months, and I will enjoy listening to all of this new stuff.

    I'd love to hear that Indian Childrens Record! I'm gonna look for something cool to UP for my first post.

  • ketanketan Warmly booming riffs 2,424 Posts
    ketan said:



    - those aren't ninjas, they are niq??bs.

    sorry, i just noticed that i uploaded a raw file for this one... big gap there!

  • inVrsinVrs 687 Posts
    Allright, so my drunk ass still was in recovery mode the last two days but i finally got aroudn to rip some stuff. I tried to post obscure stuff that some of you might not be up to as of yet. Everything is WAV so you can enjoy it as much as i do. Have fun and please keep this going!



    http://www8.zippyshare.com/v/86456927/file.html

    This was my favorite pick up form a recent travel to Istanbul. Turkish deep/modern soul i guess? Anyway i absolutly love this. The drums sound a bit muffled on my recording, thats because i can only record mono right now. They SLAM on the original 7".



    http://www12.zippyshare.com/v/81651697/file.html

    Funky Island soul stuff. Lovin the vibe on this.



    http://www50.zippyshare.com/v/85402559/file.html

    One of my faves in the box right now. Seems to be quite rare. No label on this one as somehow the imagehosting always crashes on this pic??



    http://www1.zippyshare.com/v/38203075/file.html

    Super rare modern Soul from Las vegas. The girls love this one!




    http://www1.zippyshare.com/v/33540145/file.html

    I usually have a hard time to listen to anything with a harmonica in it, but this is INSANE!!! island funk greatly influenced by Fela and the likes i guess. Its "The Outfits" on WIRL if you have a hard time reading it.



    http://www75.zippyshare.com/v/6640313/file.html

    Dope sweet Soul on Guava. Very little info on this one on the net..



    http://www72.zippyshare.com/v/89980534/file.html

    This one needs no introduction and a lot of you guys probably know it, but i thought a nice wav rip of it is still worthwhile and maybe i can hip some younger cats on to this as it truly is one of the best soul cuts of all time IMHO.



    http://www72.zippyshare.com/v/25596450/file.html

    A bit cheesy, but a grower on repeated listening. Couldnt pass on it for a euro.



    http://www13.zippyshare.com/v/58187937/file.html

    Again, couldnt upload the image.. this ones from discogs. Anyway, this will probably divide the people on here but i personally absolutly f*ckin love this jam, ESPECIALLY because its so delicate and out-of-tune. But i can understand why some will cringe.


    BONUS CUT:



    http://www13.zippyshare.com/v/24866157/file.html

    Again.. not my pic. This one is causing heavy gripsweats amongst the japanese collectors in Holland right now. Holy grail of dutch Gospel Funk and a sick, unique record. heres the best track of it. Enjoy!

  • I knew there was a reason I checked the ole Strut today.

    I offer you, in heartfelt thanks for sharing some new music, Johnny Teupen's Harporythm



    Great LP on MPS that collects some of his library work mixed in with some original tracks. Amazing bass and electric piano playing by J. A. Rettenbacher. Sorry, but I have no hi-res cover-photo (I took this from a discogs-listing).

    http://www.divshare.com/download/13510795-86f


  • gazgaz 232 Posts
    bobtheorange said:
    Here's a really sweet polish jazz record I picked up from a generous waxi-bro this past year
    yr welcome mate, hope you enjoyed it



    percussive spiritual schoolband

    http://www.adrive.com/public/rtuvXb/Frekoba.zip

  • toby.dtoby.d 254 Posts
    Wow thanks inVrs. Do you have the whole of that Matha Ulaeta LP ripped? I don't mind chopping it up if you have the long file.

  • ketanketan Warmly booming riffs 2,424 Posts
    inVrs, feeling Faith, that Turbulations joint and that Martha Ulaeto joint... THANK YOU

  • ketanketan Warmly booming riffs 2,424 Posts
    Frank said:

    I've recently been getting deep into Benin City Highlife and Edo Funk. This one is really exceptional:





    Side A: http://traffic.libsyn.com/voodoofunk/Osayomore_A.mp3

    Side B: http://traffic.libsyn.com/voodoofunk/Osayomore_B.mp3

    "Africa is My Root" has some fun lyrical content: "...if you are dancing like the white man you are dancing like a fool..."

    Nice VIBEZ - like it.

  • mrmatthewmrmatthew 1,574 Posts
    Just a one tracker late contribution:

    A quick mean version of The End by Bellport High School Jazz Rock Band I found this weekend.






    enjoy

  • ketanketan Warmly booming riffs 2,424 Posts

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    Thanks! I loved the music on this, although the singer wasn't doing it for me.

  • ketanketan Warmly booming riffs 2,424 Posts
    bobtheorange said:
    Here's a really sweet polish jazz record I picked up from a generous waxi-bro this past year:

    Jerzy Milian Trio - Baazaar

    Nice. Sensational Luciano!

  • discos_almadiscos_alma discos_alma 2,164 Posts
    bobtheorange said:
    One of my favorite pick-ups from last year. Salsa heavy from Panama:

    Quintanar y su Clan Sonero ?????? Guaguina Yerabo

    I'll try to get some more stuff up later/tomorrow.

    Please go ahead and DIE now. Man, this shit is ridiculous.

    b/w

    Is it too late to post a few rips?

  • ketanketan Warmly booming riffs 2,424 Posts
    MusicaDelAlma said:

    Is it too late to post a few rips?

    Nooooo.

  • ketanketan Warmly booming riffs 2,424 Posts
    Duderonomy said:


    Adam F - Metropolis (Doc Scott remix) (EMI, 1997)
    Album-only remix from Doc Scott that signaled a transition towards "darkness" and Drum'n'Bass. The intricate drum programming is still present, so I classify this as jungle.


    Badman - war for '94 (IQ Records, 1994)
    Darkest Light sample, gated snares, booming subs and some amens. Simple in presentation but undoubtedly complicated in practice. A big choon on the scene.

    ...


    Studio Pressure - first sequence (Photek 1994)
    Studio Pressure aka Photek is one of my very favourite producers - confusingly he started his own label called Photek (or PTK) before using that name for one of his many production monikers. Photek demonstrated total mastery of his craft for much of the '90s, and this early single is an excellent example of his unmistakable sound. Many others have emulated his precision, none for me have bettered him.


    T-Power vs MK Ultra - mutant jazz (S.O.U.R. 1994-95)
    This release had a promo in '94 but you had to wait until '95 for the full version - and well worth it with such a great sleeve design. An excellent track that blends light euphoric sounds with a 'hoover' sub-bass that was revolutionary for the scene and was quickly adopted by many other producers.

    I hadn't heard the first two above, and loved them.

    Was so nice to hear the last two after all these years... classics.

    What did you think of the Studio Pressure tracks from 2013? I was into the 12".
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