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Slipmatt and Lime at Vito's club, Colchester - June 1991
January 02, 2011 06:15 AM PST
a copy of the live audio tape recording from this party at Vito's which was a pub/club in the Old Heath area of town. Slipmatt (second half of the tape) plays some really good tunes here and there is some great mixing. Tommy B is on MC duties.
This was about a year before Slipmatt and Lime joined forces and became SL2 and recorded 'On a Ragga Tip' which got into the charts.Rolling Thunder Part 2, August 1991, DJ Evil Eddie Richards
January 01, 2011 06:03 AM PST
This is the second event in the series of Rolling Thunder raves in Colchester Essex in the early 1990's. This event was held at the Arts Centre venue in town in August 1991. This tape is a live recording and features DJ Evil Eddie Richards, interestingly even though it was only six weeks after the first event (and still in the school holidays!) the records played are quite different in style to Part 1, less breakbeat and more 4/4 acid style - showing the way for how the music subsequently split into all the different dance music styles a year or so later - acid techno went one way with 4/4 beats to and jungle techno went the other way with breakbeats and basslines.
January 01, 2011 04:05 AM PST
This is a copy of the live audio tape from the Rolling Thunder rave in Colchester, Essex that was at the University of Essex in July 1991. The first hour is Grooverider and the last 30 minutes is DJ Randall. This was one of the first easily accessible raves in Colchester and allowed many people of my generation (i was 15 at the time) who were too young for the first phase of parties in 1988 - 1990 their first taste of a real rave.
December 31, 2010 11:37 AM PST
digging in the box of old early 90's rave audio tapes to copy them to digital format before the tapes get de-magnetized and disintergrate.
This tape came from my friend (DJ Kovert) and has no MCing to 'prove' this is DJ Randall but that is what it always said on the tape box and the mixing is pretty good and it has loads of the massive tunes from the time on it. i presume it was recorded live from a rave that just didn't have a mic although there is a chance it was done in a studio.
i copied it from original, that got lent to someone else to copy - they lost my copy but before they lost it someone else copied it from them and this version is taken from that last copy - so it is 4th hand but actually still sounds ok.
I've been DJing for 15 years and now have quite a record collection. These podcasts will dip into the box so you can hear what is there. Reggae, hip hop, drum and bass and a bit of 60's and 70's soul and rock... i have another podcast which is reggae and dub only at http:\\vitalsound.podomatic.com
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