Digital Crate Digging Continues on a Throwback Thursday; this is how the work will be!
It’s going down like this, we’re O-Dog Day Partying in the midst of the ongoing madness; some try to play us like we’re unworthy!
This work will be of a breakbeat scientific nature, y’all need to bear witness!
We’re rebuking those fake with it, fanatics acting like so called Patriots but they’re really Trump insurgents, we see what the deal is!
It’s going down! we’re checking out this Deep House Pop Remixes DJ Mix by JaBig – DEEP & DOPE 264.
Nice!! We had to reload it the thought and fashion police were all up on it! now check out the playlist and the mix, by now y’all should know how we do / y’all should know the score!
Check this out at Deep House Pop Remixes DJ Mix by JaBig – DEEP & DOPE 264
Digital Crate Digging Continues….checking out beats / rock songs / funk songs / jazz songs when I ran across this gem (s) by the Alan Parsons Project called Sirius/Eye In The Sky.
The Alan Parsons Project were a British progressive rock band, active between 1975 and 1990 consisting of singer Eric Woolfson and keyboardist Alan Parsons surrounded by a varying number of session musicians.
Old Chicago Bulls fans from the Jordan / Pippin days may remember Sirius being played before the Bulls were introduced.
Eye In The Sky is like a epiphany / synchronicity type of moment. Just read something about the City of Atlanta adding more security cameras to spy on citizens. Plus NYC has the domain awareness system.
Eric Woolfson, the songwriter and vocalist of Eye In The Sky, spent a lot of time in casinos and in commercial districts, fascinated by the hidden security cameras that monitor gamblers and shoppers, hence the theme of the song.
The song is also in part a reference to George Orwell’s classic novel Nineteen Eighty-Four, regarding a possible future in which individual privacy is virtually non-existent due to the ever-watching eye of Big Brother.
Check it out at Alan Parsons Project – Sirius/Eye In The Sky
Digital Crate Digging Continues per Terrible / Terrific Tuesday!! What’s the perspective, positive / negative?
Maybe this old school track I had to blow the dust off by Todd Rundgren called Hello It’s Me will help you get your mind right!! Check it out!!
Digital Crate Digging Continues; posted a version of Baker Street performed by Jon Faddis at my Sonic Assault site. It sounded so good I wanted to hear the original version performed by Gerry Rafferty. It has a jazz feel to it with that saxophone solo in it!! Check it out!!