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djACKNICKULOUS

United States United States. DJ since Jun 23, 2009
http://www.jazzydig…sions.wordpress.com
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djACKNICKULOUS The Rebirth did a solid remake of The Mighty Ryders "Evil Vibrations" and added some De La Soul to complete it:

Evil Vibrations The Rebirth

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djACKNICKULOUS "A Roller Skating Jam Called Saturdays" took a classic sample from The Mighty Ryders and became my favorite De La Soul song:
djACKNICKULOUS Nothing wrong with a station drop from WRMS (circa 1990 though it sounds more like circa 1979) before playing some De La Soul:
djACKNICKULOUS It's a beautiful Saturday, so in the words of Pos, from De La Soul, with help from Jazzy Jeff, "Let Me See You Clap"...
djACKNICKULOUS The Art of Noise's "Something Always Happens" was a fantastic Big Beat b-side to "Paranomia":

Art Of Noise -Something Always Happens

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djACKNICKULOUS Kayne has a "moving painting", but he never had an icon like Max Headroom in a video. The Art of Noise did:
djACKNICKULOUS Despite the Big Beat Sound of the Art of Noise, they had a strange obsession with cars on their videos:
djACKNICKULOUS "To be in England. In the summer. With my love. Close (To The Edit)..." Simply. Classic. Video.
djACKNICKULOUS "The Art of Noise is weird. The Art of Noise is paranoid...":
djACKNICKULOUS Sade's "Make Some Room" and "Room 55" were white labels from "Stronger Than Pride". Each showcases a darker, electro-dub side:
djACKNICKULOUS In the 80s, Sade had great songs as "white labels". "Spirit" was part of the "Promise" project. But never saw the light of day:
djACKNICKULOUS Tortured Soul's eponymous debut was about the darker side of love, er, breakups. "In My Fantasy" is a bit of a lighter turn:
djACKNICKULOUS "Introducing Tortured Soul" proved that smart dance music could be performed with live instruments. "Why" is proof:

Tortured SoulWhy

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djACKNICKULOUS Tortured Soul's John-Christian Urich. With Incognito. Equals Simply Good Music:

INCOGNITO Let's Fall In Love Again

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djACKNICKULOUS In honor of enjoying tequila last night....Tortured Soul's tribute to the fine beverage:
djACKNICKULOUS ...and The London Souls, "She's So Mad", though over a year old, is one of my favorite songs of the moment:
djACKNICKULOUS British rock band, Roachford, was my introduction to Black rock during the summer of 1988, with "Cuddly Toy (Feel For You)":

RoachfordCuddly Toy

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djACKNICKULOUS Inner City was one of the visionaries behind the fine Detroit techno house scene with 1990s "Fire":

INNER CITYFIRE

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djACKNICKULOUS Jam & Lewis debuted their "Cool Summer" remix sound with Janet Jackson's "What Have You Done For Me Lately" at the 1987 Grammys:
djACKNICKULOUS Jam & Lewis' "Cool Summer" remixes powered The Summer of 1987 including Herb Alpert's "Diamonds" (with janet & Lisa Keith)

Janet Jackson & Herb Alpert Diamonds Cool Summer edit

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