Wow they really dug deep to get that list.

Mr Poirot, I genuinely cannot take my eyes off that watch. It reminds me of when Homer Simpson designed that car. Definitely a collectors item you'll be able to cash in on one day, so fair play.

Speaking of collectable, here's my grail watch - a rare Speedmaster from 1975, commemorating the space docking of the Apollo and Soyuz that year:

loopdokter wrote:
staygold wrote:

Toronto is/was ace and I shall buy this book on my next visit #thereIsaidit

I've always enjoyed the times I've caught you play Quiggers. 

FYI, you can grab it on for $21.99, so it would be cheaper than grabbing it from the publisher.

Thanks squire.

Toronto is/was ace and I shall buy this book on my next visit #thereIsaidit … ve-ecstasy


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Amps wrote:

Used to regularly play 5/6 hour sets, always thought the best approach was stringing together lots of little pre planed bits.

I'm in this camp. When I discover two tracks that 'belong' together, I'll make a note of it. Doesn't necessarily mean I'll play them together in a live setting as the vibe might not lend itself to it, but I would always have that to fall back on.

Take a certain Welsh DJ for instance. Remember when you came home from a party waxing lyrical about how he played this tune with that; perhaps the basslines swapped at just the right time, or the intros/outros met at just the right think they were coincidences? It was the result of hours of practice. People turning their noses up at pre-planned mixes always baffled me.

Finding two records together that when played together make a third - that's what always floated my boat. Hell, I bought decks after listening to Ralph Lawson mix two particular records together on an E-Mix, and I wanted to replicate that mix.

Nowadays the Welshman doesn't bother with it anymore, and the sets are significantly poorer for it - it was his USP.

dutchy101 wrote:
staygold wrote:
dutchy101 wrote:

Track ids?  Recognise the last one but have no idea of the name.

4 For Money - Moment In Time

Nice one Quiggers.  You old git.  Haha

I should clarify I wasn't old enough to go clubbing in 1990!

But I was in 1993 sad

dutchy101 wrote:

Track ids?  Recognise the last one but have no idea of the name.

4 For Money - Moment In Time

jamie wrote:
staygold wrote:

You can put any old shit out now digitally.

Gen lol

You didn't like it then Neil?

preferred the movie

What's stopping you from releasing it now Jay? You can put any old shit out now digitally.

TB - City Girl [Permament Vacation]
Colin McNeil - Psionic (Scan X remix) [Espai Music]
Hackman - Semibreves (KiNK remix) [Halocyan Records]
Vanessa Daou - Love Is War (Severino & Terry Farley dub) [Kid Recordings]
Hunter/Game - Tree Of Life (Chymera remix) [Just This]

Took me about 5 years to track this down:

I miss the challenge of IDing tracks TBH, the www has made it all too easy.

This was a particular favourite of mine:

I:Cube - Cryptoporticus [Versatile Records]
Jozef K & Winter Son - Loveless Vessel (Tuff City Kids remix) [Rebirth]
Matt Masters & Pippo Ceretti - Xenophilia [Freerange Records]
Steve Legget feat. Greg Blackman - Aquarius (Mark Hand rework) [Apartment Records]
Geeneus - ELE [Rinse]


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dutchy101 wrote:

His knee's gone,  his back can't cope with his swing,  his head's never been right since he was caught fucking everything that moves.

Reckon he's going to bow out with some grace now,  or at least think he should rather than battling to make the cut in each tournament he plays in.

He's nowhere near the same man who did this by any stretch of the imagination:

Best shot in history.

Also the best Nike advert in history.


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I got thinking about DJ Buck and Tyler Stadius the other day. Didn't hit the heights of the previous jocks mentioned but seemed to have disappeared without trace all the same.


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Good stuff. Unfortunately his attitude is the exception rather than the norm these days. … owell.html

Disregarding the fact he's a bully and a coward, his music is poorly made, formulaic tosh. A perfect example of quantity over quality.


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seanc80 wrote:

How so Presto, would have thought he is pretty independent when it comes to production?


loopdokter wrote:
mr rossi wrote:

Steve Anderson.The other half of BIR.Was he head of Stress records as well.

There were 3 people to Brothers In Rhythm: Steve Anderson, Alan Bremner and Dave Seaman.

It would appear Mr. Anderson has moved into the pop world:

Alan is still doing music as well, but I think more in the world of scoring music for film and commercials, but is mostly doing photography these days -

Alan works for Apple, don't know where you got that film scoring idea from. He did produce stuff as Freefall (maybe ghost produce others) and also programmed/mixed various compilations for DJs #canofworms

His photography is his bit on the side.

My nominations:

DJ Buck
Pure Science
Serge Santiago

Phil is a teacher now, but still does his own night in Brum every month. He, like you Dan, spun at my wedding.

Dr2DJ-(NR) wrote:

Predicted Track of 2012