From: Wm. ERROL PACE (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Aug 29 2002 - 03:55:19 CEST
>I dunno, it doesn't seem that far fetched. When I saw DJ
>Z-Trip, he spun a pretty eclectic but mostly hip hop and
>funk set... AND he dropped AC/DC's "Back in Black", doubled
>it up and did a bit of a beat juggle on that
>ever-so-recogizable guitar riff.
Ah Hah!!! Variety, the Spice of Life. I'll take DJ Krush's Code 4019's
"Final Home" and then Led Zeppelin's "When the Levee Breaks" from Zofo. Now
that would be friggin' Good to Go, Funk doesn't just exist where one thinks
it would!!! Then The Cure "Fascination Street" into their version of Jimi
Hendrix "Purple Haze" from the Stone Free Tribute. Then bust into some The
Grassy Knoll top it off with Billy Idol/Steve Stevens "Flesh for Fantasy"
extended oh yeah add in Nils Petter Molvaer's "Khmer" now that would be
nice. I'll take my Acid Downtempo with a Double Shot of Rock!!!
Then, if memory serves, he
>let in with an accapella of a Christina Aguilera track, of
>all things. The crowd loved it. Not so completely out of
>place as you might expect.
I feel much better now, hopefully I am not condemned to 1977 Polyester Hell.
I think folks re missing a point I was making as well. Growing up during
the 70's really sucked in my area here in South Carolina. Closed Minded,
the Disco-phile were militantly close minded. Me? Close Minded? I like to
say I'm selective. I know what I like and what I don't but then again still
being here in South Carolina one doesn't get the full exposure to a wide
variety of music like in major metropolitan areas. I detested having Disco
pushed in my face when I was younger and I'm sure those folks detested
having what I liked having shoved in their faces as well. Once again it
comes around to variety is the Spice of Life.
Maybe I was misunderstood a little but the Peace Pipe goes out to one and
all who got bent.
>--- t-bird <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > i think you guys are totally missing the point of what
> > michael was trying to get across. it's not so much
> > about tool in the absolute, but relative to what he
> > was playing--funk or house. i own and love ac/dc's
> > "back in black", but you'd be hard pressed to find it
> > in my record box when i'm playing funk, or electronic
> > music. it's just completely out of place.
> > > -t
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> - Blackalicious
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