Discussion in 'The Bar' started by HOLIC, Jul 21, 2015.
12 hours of awesomeness!!!!
looks pretty cool.
I'd love to hear all the songs they sampled on this album
Does Sal Governale know about this
i think that kind of what they are doing
is this a repeat? I think this was done before if I remember correctly.
Yo Paul this is Al. You can kiss my ass. 'm aint interested in you anyhow. I'm just interested in the B Boys so fuck you my man
Sal looks like this guy who crashed into a limo fulla girls on Long Island.
Look at that shit. Drivin without his toupee.
solid steel did an hour mix of pauls with cuts of interviews etc. not bad
this is what I was thinking about.
the KEXP is going to be a 12 hour show.pretty hyped
Exclusive interviews, rarely-heard source materials, and rare demos highlight day dedicated to Beastie Boys classic
Almost exactly 26 years after the release of the Beastie Boys’ Paul’s Boutique, KEXP will dedicate a full day of programming to the sampling classic, playing the seminal album and every identified song that it samples across 12 hours, resulting in an odyssey of diverse, unorthodox radio.
Beginning at 6:00 a.m. PDT, KEXP DJs John Richards, Cheryl Waters, and Kevin Cole will meticulously dissect the album, playing all 15 album tracks, more than 115 sampled selections, and rare bonus tracks and demos, plus new interviews with album co-producers The Dust Brothers (John King and Mike Simpson) and an exclusive archival chat with the Beastie Boys aired throughout the day. It’s not unusual for KEXP to play sample-sourced artists like the Beatles, Afrika Bambaataa, and the Ramones on any given day, but the unpredictable-yet-cohesive composition of Paul’s Boutique will result in truly one-of-a-kind programming blocks: expect to hear spoken word artist Lightnin’ Rod, the R&B horn band Tower of Power, Bernard Herrmann’s iconic score from Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho, and the Eagles in close proximity.
i remember that one too. lol.. they're all meshing into one in my brain now.
i cant wait to hear some of the dust brothers interviews/demos etc.
its the same solid steel one. solid steel has an amazing show every week IMO sometimes i have to skip thru some stuff but over all they have great DJs and some kick ass content . ninja tune is a fine label indeed