cai said:Shout out to those participants who ripped their contributions at 320 kbps......
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.
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.
- those aren't ninjas, they are niq??bs.
bobtheorange said:Here's a really sweet polish jazz record I picked up from a generous waxi-bro this past year
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..."
Second, Upp - Upp
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
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.
Is it too late to post a few rips?
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.