FULL CONCERT VIDEO: KRS-ONE LIVE


FULL CONCERT VIDEO: KRS-ONE LIVE !

This is going to be one RAW live show.. Cant wait for this one!

CONCERT VIDEO: JIMI HENDRIX LIVE AT WOODSTOCK (1969) (FULL CONCERT HD)


One of the moments that changed the music world, Jimi Hendrix dropping his Voodoo & casting spells with that Guitar at Woodstock (1969).

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Hendrix was advertised to play the Woodstock Music Festival, along with many of the other biggest rock groups of the time. It was to take place on rented farmland in Upper State New York from August 15-18, 1969. Although Hendrix’s music had been written for a power trio of guitar, bass, and drums, he wanted to expand his sound so he added rhythm guitarist Larry Lee (another old friend from his R&B days), and Juma Sultan and Jerry Velez to play congas. After drummer Mitch Mitchell arrived, this new lineup rehearsed for less than two weeks before the festival and according to Mitchell never really meshed. In addition, although Woodstock would become famous and mythologized through the documentary film of the same name, by the time of his performance, Hendrix had been up for three days, and his band was short on sleep as well, contributing a rawness to their filmed performance.[113][114]

Before Hendrix even arrived at the festival he started to hear media reports that the crowds of kids showing up for the festival were swelling to biblical proportions, in addition to the emerging logistical problems being reported at the site. This gave Hendrix pause for concern since he did not like performing in front of very large crowds. [115] Since he was considered an important draw for the festival, and because of his manager’s negotiations, Hendrix was getting paid more than the other performers, ($18,000, plus $12,000 for rights to film him). As the scheduled time slot of Sunday night at midnight drew closer, Hendrix indicated that he would rather wait and close the show. A substantial rainstorm that day had delayed the schedule of performers, so when Hendrix insisted on being the closing headliner, it pushed back the time when they finally hit the stage – which ended up being 8:30am Monday morning. The audience which had peaked at an estimated 400,000 people during the festival, was now reduced to about 30-40,000 by that point; many of whom merely waited to catch a glimpse of Hendrix before leaving during his show.[115] This reflected the reality that by the third day attendees had been sleeping in muddy conditions with limited food.

Hendrix and his band were introduced by the festival MC, Chip Monck, as “The Jimi Hendrix Experience,” but once on stage Hendrix clarified saying, “We decided to change the whole thing around and call it ‘Gypsy Sun and Rainbows.’ For short, it’s nothin but a ‘Band of Gypsys.'”[116] He then launched into a two hour set, the longest of his career. Hendrix started off with a new song, “Message to Love.” (His Woodstock set consisting of new material, along with his well-known hits).

Hendrix’s psychedelic rendition of the U.S. national anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner” occurred about 3/4 into their set, (after which he morphed into “Purple Haze”). The song had actually been part of his set for a year and he had already performed it on at least three different occasions. During the number, Hendrix used feedback and sustain on his guitar to recreate the sound of wails and falling rockets. Although pundits quickly branded the song as a political manifesto against the Vietnam War, Hendrix himself never explained its meaning other than to say at a press conference three weeks later, “We’re all Americans. . .it was like ‘Go America!’. . .We play it the way the air is in America today. The air is slightly static, see.”[117] Whatever Hendrix’s motivation, “the song became part of the sixties Zeitgeist” as it was captured forever in the Woodstock film.[118] Hendrix’s iconic image performing this number wearing a blue-beaded white leather jacket with fringe and a red head scarf, has since been regarded as a defining moment of the 1960’s.[115][119][120]

Hendrix performed “Hey Joe” as the encore to finish off their set which concluded the 3 and ½ day Woodstock Music Festival. Upon leaving the stage Hendrix collapsed from exhaustion.[121]

After Woodstock, this particular lineup of the band appeared on only two more occasions. The first was a street benefit in Harlem where, in a scenario similar to the festival, most of the audience had left and only a fraction remained by the time Hendrix took the stage. Within seconds of Hendrix arriving at the site two youths had stolen his guitar from the back seat of his car, although it was later recovered. The band’s only other appearance was at the Salvation club in Greenwich Village, New York. After some studio recordings, Hendrix disbanded the group. Some of this band’s recordings can be heard on the MCA Records box set The Jimi Hendrix Experience and on South Saturn Delta. Their final work together was a session on September 6.[122] Hendrix’s September 9 appearance on TV’s The Dick Cavett Show, backed by Cox, Mitchell and Juma Sultan, was credited as the “Jimi Hendrix Experience”.[123]

A Tribe Called Quest: UPDATED Set times, After-party Info + Spare Tickets & Tribute Mixtape (DJ Naiki live on Stolen Records)


Tribe_-_Low_End_Theory.jpg the low end theory image by jjjacobbabi

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A TRIBE CALLED QUEST with special guest Maseo (De La Soul) + Horrorshow and Thundamentals

Wed 11th August @  Hordern Pavilion,

Tickets are sold out but last i checked there was atleast 10 or so here at gummtree or a few on ebay

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A Tribe Called Quest Sydney Set Times

7.00pm Doors Open
7.15pm Thundamentals
7.45pm Maseo (De La Soul)
8.15pm Horror Show
8.45pm Maseo (De La Soul)
9.30pm A Tribe Called Quest

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Mixtape: DJ Naiki ‘A Tribe Called Quest/Native Tongue’ Tribute Mix

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Official After party kicking off at 11:00pm  Oxford Arts Factory

Featuring DJ sets from Q-Tip & Maseo of De la Soul

Click for afterparty Tix + Info

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DJ Naiki ‘A Tribe Called Quest/Native Tongue’ Tribute Mix

or download here at Stolen Records Blog

Tracklist:
Can I kick It Intro – A Tribe Called Quest
Dirty Old Bassa Nova – Howard Roberts Quartet
Jam – A Tribe Called Quest
Jazz…(We’ve Got) – A Tribe Called Quest
Love Your Life – Average White Band
Check The Rhime – A Tribe Called Quest
Award Tour – A Tribe Called Quest
Oh My God – A Tribe Called Quest
Who’s Gonna Take the Weight – Kool & The Gang
Buggin Out – A Tribe Called Quest
Can I kick It – A Tribe Called Quest
Hot Sex – A Tribe Called Quest
Scenario – A Tribe Called Quest
Daylight – Ramp
Bonita Applebum – A Tribe Called Quest
Technova – Towa Tei
Find A Way – A Tribe Called Quest
On The Road Again feat. Q-Tip (Remix) – Jungle Brothers
Wrath Of My Madness – Queen Latifah
Straight out the Jungle – Jungle Brothers
The Choice is Yours (Revisited) – Black Sheep
Buddy (12″ Remix) – De La Soul
Because I got it like that – Jungle Brothers
You Can Make It If You Try – Sly & The Family Stone –
Crossword Puzzle – Sly & The Family Stone
Say No Go – De La Soul
It’s A Shame – Spinners
It’s A Shame – Monie Love
40days – Billy Brooks

Download full mix here at Stolen Records Blog

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Guru (Gangstarr, Jazzmatazz) tribute featuring rare Sydney concert free-style video + 'The Tipping Point' Radio Guru Special & Mix-tapes


Iconic east coast Hop Hop MC ‘Guru’ from Gangstarr (with DJ Premier)  & Jazzmatazz Vol 1-4 suffered a heart attack & is presently in coma in a NYC hospital.

To show some love & pay homage to the legendary Hop Hop, Jazz & Soul messenger we put together a mini tribute including a rare live clip of his Sydney concert freestyle in 2004, our favourite releases & even tribute mix-tapes from around the world.

Get well soon Guru!!

Best of wishes & many blessings to you at your ‘moment of truth’…

Guru Live in Sydney 2004

GURU freestylin’ with Chug @ The Basement in Sydney 2004.

Moment of Truth

Royalty

Lifesaver

‘The Tipping Point’ Radio Show Guru Special

Check the Guru special on Sydneys own weekly hip hop radio show ‘The Tipping Point’ on radio Alchemy, with Kween G and Ran-Dee

From the underground to the mainstream, The Tipping Point redefines the future of Hip Hop music as it brings you cutting edge new beats. Each week a local and international guests drop into the studios including the legendary Afrika Bambaataa and Australia’s own Bliss N Eso. The Tipping Point is all about spreading love to Hip Hop Communities world wide as well as paying respects our local scene.

Check out ‘The Tipping Point’ every Tuesday at 11pm on Alchemy radio (97.7 FM ) or Info & Streaming here

DJ Wonder-

Get Well Soon: The Guru Respect Mix

Download Here

1. Dwyck – Gang Starr

2. Doe In Advance (Unreleased) – Gang Starr

3. The ? Remainz – Gang Starr

4. Full Clip – Gang Starr

5. I’m The Man – Gang Starr/Lil Dap’/Jeru The Damaja

6. Step In The Arena – Gang Starr

7. Soliloquy Of Chaos – Gang Starr

8. Just To Get a Rep – Gang Starr

9. Trust Me – Guru/N’Dea Davenport

10. No Time to Play – Guru/N’Dea Davenport

11. Hustlin Daze – Guru/Donnell Jones

12. Patti Dooke – De La Soul/Guru

13. Borough Check – Digable Planets/Guru

14. B.Y.S – Gang Starr

15. Mass Appeal – Gang Starr

16. Fed Up (remix) – House of Pain/Guru

17. Speak Ya Clout – Gang Starr

18. What I’m Here 4 – Gang Starr

19. A Little Spice (Gang Starr Mix) – Loose Ends

20. 1/2 &1/2 – Gang Starr/M.O.P.

21. Royalty – Gang Starr/K-Ci & Jojo

22. You Know My Steez – Gang Starr

23. All 4 The Ca$h – Gang Starr

24. Moment of Truth – Gang Starr

Get Well Soon Guru Mix By Karriem

Download Here

Guru
Introduction
1
Gang Starr
Above The Clouds
2
Guru
Fine And Free
3
Guru Feat. Chaka Khan
Whatch What You Say
4
Guru Feat. Baybe
Life Saver
5
Gang Starr
The Militia
6
Guru
Kissed The World
7
Guru
Streetsoul
8
Guru
Tonz ‘O’ Gunz
9
Guru Feat. The Roots
Lift Your Fist
10
Gang Starr
Mass Appeal
11
Guru Feat. Slum Village
Cuz I’M Jazzy
12
Gang Star
Code Of The Streets
13
Guru
Living Legen (God Bless The Legend)
14
Guru Feat. Donald Byrd
The Traveler
15
Guru
No Time To Play
16
Guru
Feel The Music
17
Guru
Just To Get A Rep
18
Guru

Guru (Gangstarr, Jazzmatazz) tribute featuring rare Sydney concert free-style video + ‘The Tipping Point’ Radio Guru Special & Mix-tapes


Iconic east coast Hop Hop MC ‘Guru’ from Gangstarr (with DJ Premier)  & Jazzmatazz Vol 1-4 suffered a heart attack & is presently in coma in a NYC hospital.

To show some love & pay homage to the legendary Hop Hop, Jazz & Soul messenger we put together a mini tribute including a rare live clip of his Sydney concert freestyle in 2004, our favourite releases & even tribute mix-tapes from around the world.

Get well soon Guru!!

Best of wishes & many blessings to you at your ‘moment of truth’…

Guru Live in Sydney 2004

GURU freestylin’ with Chug @ The Basement in Sydney 2004.

Moment of Truth

Royalty

Lifesaver

‘The Tipping Point’ Radio Show Guru Special

Check the Guru special on Sydneys own weekly hip hop radio show ‘The Tipping Point’ on radio Alchemy, with Kween G and Ran-Dee

From the underground to the mainstream, The Tipping Point redefines the future of Hip Hop music as it brings you cutting edge new beats. Each week a local and international guests drop into the studios including the legendary Afrika Bambaataa and Australia’s own Bliss N Eso. The Tipping Point is all about spreading love to Hip Hop Communities world wide as well as paying respects our local scene.

Check out ‘The Tipping Point’ every Tuesday at 11pm on Alchemy radio (97.7 FM ) or Info & Streaming here

DJ Wonder-

Get Well Soon: The Guru Respect Mix

Download Here

1. Dwyck – Gang Starr

2. Doe In Advance (Unreleased) – Gang Starr

3. The ? Remainz – Gang Starr

4. Full Clip – Gang Starr

5. I’m The Man – Gang Starr/Lil Dap’/Jeru The Damaja

6. Step In The Arena – Gang Starr

7. Soliloquy Of Chaos – Gang Starr

8. Just To Get a Rep – Gang Starr

9. Trust Me – Guru/N’Dea Davenport

10. No Time to Play – Guru/N’Dea Davenport

11. Hustlin Daze – Guru/Donnell Jones

12. Patti Dooke – De La Soul/Guru

13. Borough Check – Digable Planets/Guru

14. B.Y.S – Gang Starr

15. Mass Appeal – Gang Starr

16. Fed Up (remix) – House of Pain/Guru

17. Speak Ya Clout – Gang Starr

18. What I’m Here 4 – Gang Starr

19. A Little Spice (Gang Starr Mix) – Loose Ends

20. 1/2 &1/2 – Gang Starr/M.O.P.

21. Royalty – Gang Starr/K-Ci & Jojo

22. You Know My Steez – Gang Starr

23. All 4 The Ca$h – Gang Starr

24. Moment of Truth – Gang Starr

Get Well Soon Guru Mix By Karriem

Download Here

Guru
Introduction
1
Gang Starr
Above The Clouds
2
Guru
Fine And Free
3
Guru Feat. Chaka Khan
Whatch What You Say
4
Guru Feat. Baybe
Life Saver
5
Gang Starr
The Militia
6
Guru
Kissed The World
7
Guru
Streetsoul
8
Guru
Tonz ‘O’ Gunz
9
Guru Feat. The Roots
Lift Your Fist
10
Gang Starr
Mass Appeal
11
Guru Feat. Slum Village
Cuz I’M Jazzy
12
Gang Star
Code Of The Streets
13
Guru
Living Legen (God Bless The Legend)
14
Guru Feat. Donald Byrd
The Traveler
15
Guru
No Time To Play
16
Guru
Feel The Music
17
Guru
Just To Get A Rep
18
Guru

MIX TAPE: FUNK SOUL | ‘Living Just Enough For The City: A Stevie Wonder Tribute Mix, By Soul Of Sydney DJ’S


This is a mix we put together right after witnessing the magic of ‘Stevie Wonder’ live @ Acer Arena, Sydney, October 22 2008, its a mix with some of the Funk, Foul & Disco gems of he has put out over the year. It should be perfect for an Australia Day BBQ  in the sun,

Happy Australia Day!!

Soul of Sydney

Download the mix HERE

Play the mix HERE

HAPPY AUSTRALIA DAY !!!

Podcast Episode  HERE

Subscribe to Podcast HERE


Track List

  1. Stevie Wonder – Have A Talk With God
  2. Stevie Wonder – Pastime Paradise
  3. Stevie Wonder – Living Just Enough For The City
  4. Stevie Wonder – Superstition
  5. Stevie Wonder – You Haven’t Done Nothin’
  6. Stevie Wonder – Ebony Eyes
  7. Stevie Wonder – Summer Soft (OHM Collective EDIT)
  8. Stevie Wonder – All Day Sucker
  9. Stevie Wonder – I Wish
  10. Stevie Wonder – That Girl
  11. Stevie Wonder – Sir Duke
  12. Stevie Wonder – Boogie On Reggae Woman
  13. Stevie Wonder – Signed Sealed Delivered I’m Yours
  14. Stevie Wonder – Black Man
  15. Stevie Wonder – Do I Do
  16. Stevie Wonder – Isn’t She Lovely
  17. Stevie Wonder – Another Star
  18. Stevie Wonder – Confusion
  19. Stevie Wonder – Masterblaster (Jammin’)
  20. Stevie Wonder – Part-Time Lover

Download the mix HERE

Play the mix HERE

Podcast Episode  HERE

Subscribe to Podcast HERE

Special thanks to:

Australian Rozie @  Flickr for use of her ticket image

Phil Toke @ Myspace

OHM Collective @ Podomatic

OHM @ Facebook


STEVIE WONDER

Acer Arena, October 22

Australian Rozie @ Flickr

“ARE you with me? Are we together?” cried Stevie Wonder at the top of a reggae-tinged Master Blaster, asking perhaps the most superfluous question in the history of questions. If love was in need of love in 1976 – as the man born Stevland Hardaway Judkins put it on his classic album Songs In The Key Of Life – there was certainly no shortage of it last night.

Wonder gave love, dedicating the whole show to the Four Tops singer Levi Stubbs, who died this week, before a jubilant rendition of the soul band’s classic I Can’t Help Myself. (It ended with Wonder crying visible tears.)

And boy, did he receive love. Before his daughter, Aisha Morris, had even led him all the way to his piano and banks of keyboards, the sold-out arena screamed with adulation.

Wonder at first just ambled towards the centre of the stage, beat-boxing to himself. Then he pulled out a harmonica, jammed along with his band to a Miles Davis jazz classic and pretty much earned every last scream.

His band was deliciously tight – a crack 14-piece unit including multiple horns, guitars and percussionists – and their leader almost shone with the star power and charisma you expected. You can still see that he really feels the music, loves hearing it and can’t get enough of playing it.

Sure, but it’s hard to think he could put a foot wrong. Really, he could have just stood at the stage for two hours humming to himself and this would have been a triumph. As it was, he played some mighty fine soul and funk as well as the occasional flourish of jazz and reggae groove.

By the end of the show we’d seen it all. A suspiciously good singer, “plucked out of the audience”, duetting with his idol; a barrage of hits, good and not so good (but still irresistible), often jazzed up. And the presentation of a lifetime achievement award for sales in excess of 1 million in Australia before a roof-raising Superstition.

It was all about the love.

By George Palathingal
@ Sydney Morning Herald,October 23, 2008

Video Highlights of the Stevie Wonder Concert @ Acer Arena, October 22

‘Living Just Enough For The City’: A Stevie Wonder Australia Day BBQ Tribute Mix, by Soul Of Sydney


This is a mix we put together right after witnessing the magic of ‘Stevie Wonder’ live @ Acer Arena, Sydney, October 22 2008, its a mix with some of the Funk, Foul & Disco gems of he has put out over the year. It should be perfect for an Australia Day BBQ  in the sun,

Happy Australia Day!!

Soul of Sydney

Track List

  1. Stevie Wonder – Have A Talk With God
  2. Stevie Wonder – Pastime Paradise
  3. Stevie Wonder – Living Just Enough For The City
  4. Stevie Wonder – Superstition
  5. Stevie Wonder – You Haven’t Done Nothin’
  6. Stevie Wonder – Ebony Eyes
  7. Stevie Wonder – Summer Soft (OHM Collective EDIT)
  8. Stevie Wonder – All Day Sucker
  9. Stevie Wonder – I Wish
  10. Stevie Wonder – That Girl
  11. Stevie Wonder – Sir Duke
  12. Stevie Wonder – Boogie On Reggae Woman
  13. Stevie Wonder – Signed Sealed Delivered I’m Yours
  14. Stevie Wonder – Black Man
  15. Stevie Wonder – Do I Do
  16. Stevie Wonder – Isn’t She Lovely
  17. Stevie Wonder – Another Star
  18. Stevie Wonder – Confusion
  19. Stevie Wonder – Masterblaster (Jammin’)
  20. Stevie Wonder – Part-Time Lover

Special thanks to:

Australian Rozie @  Flickr for use of her ticket image


STEVIE WONDER

Acer Arena, October 22

Australian Rozie @ Flickr

Australian Rozie @ Flickr

ARE you with me? Are we together?” cried Stevie Wonder at the top of a reggae-tinged Master Blaster, asking perhaps the most superfluous question in the history of questions. If love was in need of love in 1976 – as the man born Stevland Hardaway Judkins put it on his classic album Songs In The Key Of Life – there was certainly no shortage of it last night.

Wonder gave love, dedicating the whole show to the Four Tops singer Levi Stubbs, who died this week, before a jubilant rendition of the soul band’s classic I Can’t Help Myself. (It ended with Wonder crying visible tears.)

And boy, did he receive love. Before his daughter, Aisha Morris, had even led him all the way to his piano and banks of keyboards, the sold-out arena screamed with adulation.

Wonder at first just ambled towards the centre of the stage, beat-boxing to himself. Then he pulled out a harmonica, jammed along with his band to a Miles Davis jazz classic and pretty much earned every last scream.

His band was deliciously tight – a crack 14-piece unit including multiple horns, guitars and percussionists – and their leader almost shone with the star power and charisma you expected. You can still see that he really feels the music, loves hearing it and can’t get enough of playing it.

Sure, but it’s hard to think he could put a foot wrong. Really, he could have just stood at the stage for two hours humming to himself and this would have been a triumph. As it was, he played some mighty fine soul and funk as well as the occasional flourish of jazz and reggae groove.

By the end of the show we’d seen it all. A suspiciously good singer, “plucked out of the audience”, duetting with his idol; a barrage of hits, good and not so good (but still irresistible), often jazzed up. And the presentation of a lifetime achievement award for sales in excess of 1 million in Australia before a roof-raising Superstition.

It was all about the love.

By George Palathingal
@ Sydney Morning Herald,October 23, 2008

Video Highlights of the Stevie Wonder Concert @ Acer Arena, October 22