From: MANUEL MARTINEZ, FOR RICK MARTINEZ (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Aug 30 2002 - 03:00:06 CEST
Yo. T-Bird!!! I remember when Z-trip used to play around here in Phoenix. He was definitely into the Rock thing, mixing up Rush, Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Janes Addiction, and Ac/dc, with Hip hop. But even though he's got turntable skills. I thought his music wasn't as eclectic as Larry Levan of Paradise Garage days. You'd never here a Fela Kuti or Hugh Masekela tune. I luv how he'd mix things like Rolling Stones "Miss You" and The Clash's "The Magnificent Seven dub". Or even Bozz Scaggs' "Lowdown". Larry was one of the best!!!!!!
Fave 60's-70's Rock/Punk tunes to play in a set:
The Clash- Radio Clash or Magnificent Seven dub
Ian Dury & The Blockheads- Hit me with your Rhythm stick.
The Specials- Ghostown
The Stooges- Dirt
United States of America- Coming down
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Sent: Thursday, August 29, 2002 4:49 AM
To: Marco; email@example.com
Subject: Re: [acid-jazz] tool requests
--- Marco <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I dunno, it doesn't seem that far fetched. When I
> saw DJ
> Z-Trip, he spun a pretty eclectic but mostly hip hop
> funk set... AND he dropped AC/DC's "Back in Black",
> it up and did a bit of a beat juggle on that
> ever-so-recogizable guitar riff. 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 was telling nat (rhythmlove) about one of my dj
partners of yore that used to rock black sabbath tunes
in his set back when z-trip was still living in az
(and i didn't know who z was--although i had his break
record!). you've got to set it up properly, and come
out of it right. that's just not my sound, to
suddenly drop things in. the (hard) rock thing is
almost more of a novelty now (although it's not really
novel any more). besides, if i did that, i would get
accused of biting z's thang...
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