Sometimes I would start with a groove and they would build around me. That band was a really cool thing to be a part of. Doing that helped me get better at mixing things in key as well as on beat. That definitely helped with making the mega mix.
DJ Sorce What do you think about the future of digging now that guys like you are becoming more of a rarity? I think it will keep going. His dad, who is my age, has been dancing since back in the day and has never stopped. Lean Rock DJs and spins b-boy breaks. That type of kid is part of a select group of people I can see actively digging and looking for breaks.
There are some hip hop producers who are the same way. Man, I love your blog so much! Great interviews, great pictures. I am always anxiously awaiting a new post. Keep up the good work!!! Let alone the impact 'Traveling Through Sampleland' had on me as well.. Wreckord Fiendz was my all time favorite mix tape too. Been searching for it for years after someone jacked mine. Nothing has beaten it. Great Article. So honored to have been a part of this. Seeing people like 7L and Neil leaving feedback on something I wrote is still crazy to me.
Thanks Eilon! I stumbled across your site in looking for blogs devoted to vinyl. This post is epic! Definitely a lot of time and effort and I appreciate the work you are doing. It gives me inspiration to complete listening to every record in my collection. Great interview!! DJ SHame, you should continue making beats. What goes around comes back around and your music is timeless. Not only is "Too Complex" a classic, but most of your productions are. Shit, there's even a blog somewhere out there dedicated to collecting and posting all Vinyl Re-Animators music!
I often argue with people that the VR remix of "Fast Life" is way iller and more rugged than the "Norfside" one. Also, I got that Jimmy McGriff record, too. One of my favorite covers. Chastity belt with a combination on it, lol. Big up Shame — Travelling Through Sampleland was a classic tape. Would love to hear the new stuff!
Big up to Shame a true living legend in the game. Man I remember going in that basement down at al-bums when I still digged. For those that have been to al-bums and were wondering whatever became of that Willie D lifesize cardboard cutout… I got it! Great interview. I've had the pleasure of spinning with Shame a couple of times, real good dude with a great ear for music. Thanx for the props people…. Very nice interview.. Shame is the man!
I got mad respect for someone who has been in the game and doing it so well for so long. Just discovered your website!! I'm a wax lover too… To see all these records makes me shake…. Static Selektah just commented on this!? Wow…So glad I had the privilege of being part of this piece.
What a great collection of vinyl record, Does DJ shame haves a back up of all these incredible stuff? You should try and contact dj shame and resolve this. Thanks Eilon. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Matt Mikas — Brooklyn, NY.
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Mike in started Delicious Vinyl Records with Matt Dike, a fellow deejay who ran in the same circle.
DJ Shame: Not really. Records gave the music that feel and that sound. Shit, there's even a blog somewhere out there dedicated to collecting and posting all Vinyl Re-Animators music! DJ Lucca* - Fast Life (Vinyl) Mikas — Brooklyn, NY. Also, I got that Jimmy McGriff record, too. I'm a wax lover too… To see all these records makes me shake… Following from Paris. DJ Sorce Would you be able to pull out the original record that you sampled and show it to us? Somebody dumped off an insane private collection at Al-Bums about four years ago that I got to go through.
Todo Menos A Ti (Remezcla), Scintilla Strings (Master Firths Scintillater Mix) - Animat - Stargazing (File), N°23 En Fa Majeur - Chostakovitch* - Caroline Weichert - L Oeuvre Pour Piano Seul (CD), Untitled