CD Live! in the Mix [Digipak] (CD 835952),
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Live! in the Mix [Digipak]

  • 1. Wind - (J. Boogie remix)
    2. Ramjack Steady - (J. Boogie remix)
    3. Chosen Dub - (Tiklah mix)
    4. Dr. J Dub - (DJ Zeph remix)
    5. Mood Swing
    6. Due Process (Instrumental)
    7. Hypnotix
    8. Queen City (Instrumental)
    9. Right Here
    10. Sorry - (remix)
    11. Try Me - (J. Boogie remix)
    12. Break Bread
    13. Sunday Paper
    14. You're the Murdera
    15. Shake It on Down
    16. Untitled
    17. Brighter Day
    18. Remembering Sol
    19. Stillness Meets Me
    20. Dream Machine - (J. Boogie remix)
    21. Mind, Body, And Soul
    22. Pop the Trunk - (Thievery Corporation remix)
    23. Cornnuts and Courvoisier
    24. Purple Perpendicular Phonics
    25. Use What You Got
    26. Closer - (DJ Spinna remix)
    27. Forgive Me - (J. Boogie remix)
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 164

  • Credits

    Personnel: J Boogie's Dubtronic Science; DJ Tonk, DJ Zeph, Goapele, Mark Farina, Amp Fiddler, Quantic, Raashan Ahmad, Romanowski, Soulstice, Zion .
    J. Boogie's Dubtronic Science has been the most exciting dance music collective in the Bay Area for some time, and has made some exceptionally fine albums and singles. But Live! in the Mix is special. Featuring a mixture of live instruments (sitar, saxophone, flute, turntables) and recorded grooves, this set is actually a live DJ mix that swerves from deep dub to hard-hitting hip-hop and back again, with the occasional stop along the way for a brief dip or two into Afro-beat, house, and mid-tempo funk. Over the course of a 79-minute program, there is not a single weak track -- the songs and instrumentals vary in quality between very good (the minimalist hip-hop groove of Asheru's "Mood Swing," Thunderball's jazzy and flute-heavy "Pop the Trunk") and brilliant (Mark Farina's simple and gorgeous "Dream Machine," Variable Unit's "Dr. J Dub"). Everything seems to come packed with a wonderful surprise, whether it's the supple turntable flourishes that enliven the Brazilian flow of Soulstice's "Wind" or the quietly spectacular bass line that prods Lone Catalysts' "Due Process" along its delightfully bumpy way. Really, though, you could go on and on about every track here. If your taste runs to soulful funk, elegant hip-hop, and canyon-deep dub, then this is the album for you and probably everyone you know as well. ~ Rick Anderson

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