Various bootlegs edits remixes and original material


  The Best Of DMC Bootlegs, Cut Ups & 2 Trackers Vol. 26
 
Rare & Exclusive Mixes Unavailable Elsewhere. Perfect For DJs Who Want To Play Something Special And Unique In Their Sets For The Ultimate Dancefloor Reaction.
 
01. EARTH WIND & FIRE Vs BLACKBOX ‘FANTASY’ VS ‘FANTASY’“DMC LEGACY MIX”
 
Remixed By ROD LAYMAN
RT. BPM 104
 
02. DAVID BOWIE ‘LET’S DANCE’“DMC LEGACY REMIX”
 
Remixed By DJ IVAN SANTANA
 
RT. BPM 125
 
03. GLENN FREY ‘THE HEAT IS ON’“DMC LEGACY REMIX”
 
Remixed By ROD LAYMAN
 
RT. BPM 141
 
04. DISCLOSURE Fe. SAM SMITH ‘LATCH’ “BUTTERFLY REMIX”
 
Remixed By BERND LOORBACH
 
RT. BPM 122
 
05. ED SHEERAN‘PHOTOGRAPH’(MSK BAND SOULFUL REMIX)
 
Remixed By THE MSK BAND
 
RT. BPM 120
 
06. JUSTIN BIEBER VS MARVIN GAYE “SORRY (SEXUAL HEALING) MIX”
 
Mixed By DJ IVAN SANTANA
 
RT. BPM 100
 
07. JUSTIN BIEBER Vs ARIANNA GRANDE‘WHAT DO YOU MEAN’Vs ‘ONE LAST TIME’
 
Mixed By DJ MARTIN PIETERS
 
RT. BPM 125
 
08. ADELE‘HELLO’
 
Remixed By DJ IVAN SANTANA
 
RT. BPM 104
 
09. LITTLE MIX Vs STOOSHE “LOVE ME LIKE YOU Vs BLACK HEART”
 
Mixed By KEVIN SWEENEY
 
RT. BPM 108
 
10. DAVID GUETTA Vs DR. DRE FE. SNOOP DOGG & NELLY “RIDE WITH MAMA TO THE NEXT EPISODE”
 
Mixed By ROBERT JANSEN (ROAXX J) RT BPM 133
 
11. PHARRELL WILLIAMS Vs LOU BEGA‘FREEDOM’ Vs ‘MAMBO ’
 
Mixed By DJ IVAN SANTANA
 
RT. BPM 90/180
 
12. DAVID BOWIE ‘MODERN LOVE’(DMC EXTENDED REMIX 2016)
 
Remixed By STEVE FRANKLIN
 
RT. BPM 180
 
13. CARLY RAE JEPSON‘I REALLY LIKE YOU’(DMC REMIX)
 
Remixed By DAVID NOAKES
 
RT. BPM 124
 
14. RIHANNA Vs FETTY WAP‘DIAMONDS’ Vs ‘679’“679 DIAMONDS”
 
Mixed By ROBERT JANSEN (ROAXX J) RT. BPM 100
 
15. BOSTON‘MORE THAN A FEELING’ Vs RKL
 
Mix & Additional Production
 
BY ROD LAYMAN
RT. BPM 122
 
DJ ONLY

Late that summer, another album Under The Red Sky , appeared. I was writing for a local weekly and much to the displeasure of my editor covered every Dylan show in and around Philly. Late that summer, I was contacted at the paper where I worked by Bob Dylan's publicity agent Elliot Mintz. Unfortunately, I was in the hospital, with a lot of broken bones, having been a robbery victim the night before. The day I was released from the hospital, a tape arrived in the mail from Mintz. It was Under The Red Sky . Produced by Don Was, it had a different sound and different feel than Oh Mercy . Was had a different production style than Lanois. Lanois, with a couple of exceptions provided Dylan with the same crew of musicians. Among other things, this enables a groove to happen, and once the musicians find that groove, then the sessions start to flow. While maintaining the same rhythm section, Was had different guitar players and keyboard players on each session.

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The Smile sessions were intentionally limited to recording short interchangeable fragments also referred to as "modules". [54] With "Good Vibrations", Wilson further expanded his modular approach to recording, experimenting with compiling the finished track by editing together the numerous sections from multiple versions recorded at the lengthy tracking sessions. [nb 4] Instead of taping each backing track as a more-or-less complete performance—as had been the model for previous Beach Boys recordings—he split the arrangement into sections, recording multiple takes of each section and developing and changing the arrangements and the production as the sessions proceeded. He sometimes recorded the same section at several different studios, to exploit the unique sonic characteristics or special effects available in each. Then, he selected the best performances of each section and edited these together to create a composite which combined the best features of production and performance. This meant that each section of the song was presented in its own distinct sonic envelope, rather than the homogeneous production sound of a conventional "one take" studio recording. The cut-up structure and heavily edited production style of Smile was unique for its time in mainstream popular music, [40] [57] [58] and to assemble an entire album from short musical fragments was a relatively bold undertaking. [55]

Recording includes: We're Gonna Groove, I Can't Quit You Baby, Communcation Breakdown, Announcer Speech, C'mon Everybody, Somethin' Else, Bring It On Home, Long Tall Sally [ cut throughout ].
Source: Incomplete 16mm color 4th professional footage with actual sound. 12 minutes.
Details: This is 'ssellers' video merge that is sourced mainly from footage #2. Perfectly synched to the isolated multitrack. Some of the comparison isn't correct.

First time yesterday as a matter of fact.

Dokapon kingdom-20 bucks mint, picked up
And Zelda collectors edition GameCube- 125 bucks wtf? Laughed and left


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