Welcome to another edition of Knockturnal Emmisionz Live with your host & mixologist DJ Nick Diablo. This show was broadcast live-in-the-mix from 7-10pm est via www.antifmradio.com. This weeks Showcase was ALL about the BIG BEATS with a nice little twist. I decided to throw some Game of Thrones remixes in it and name the show "Game of Tones". Show came out extreme!!! Superb on-the-fly trick mixing and blends. REAL HIGH ENERGY!!! Hope you all love the show!!! Comments are welcome!!!
This was a mix set done at the Oakland Marathon, I was stationed between the 18 and 19 mile marker, right in front of Beer Revolution. The Sun Shining, the runners were pumped up as they passed my set up. It was a good turnout and loved playing outdoors.
1. Don't Look Back - Deepjack2. Sleazy Promise - Trav & Volta3. Nonstop! - Sharam Jey, Kolombo4. Hands - Saarid, KLP5. Walking to the Night - J&M Brothers, Vic Moren6. Salsa De Gala (All Good Funk Alliance Remix) - All Good Funk Alliance, Empresarios7. So Deep in My Heart feat. Katie Kboom - Memo Isua, Yeray Herrera, The Wize Guys8. You Should Know - Monte9. Aye Aye Aye Aye - Sanny X, Joanna, Albert Candy, Bruno Croft10. Pepe Was Here - Dansoul11. One Day in the Sun (Teenage Mutants Remix) - Stee Downes, Teenage Mutants, Final DJS12. On Your Name feat. Slick Beats - Agent Greg, Dino MFU13. Sidejacked - Jem K, Ron Kushty14. Understand Me - Sharam Jey, Teenage Mutants
The following are tracks put out Mar '13 - May '13 (with the exception of DJ Gray "Fairest in the Land" released March '11.....I actually heard this track from a dj I was doing a duo with). This is a perfect blend of funk, jazz, hip hop, r&b, soul, swing, you name it all integrated in the genre I love spinning most, Jackin House. You will def hear familiar samples and songs remixed and produced by various house artists. As expected, this mix is a steady journey from start to finish. Enjoy!!
WELL THIS IS A COMPLETE 180 FROM THE TYPICAL RANDALL, I HAVE DONE MOST EVERY GENRE IN MY LIFE MANY TIMES SINCE I HAVE BEEN IN THE SCENE BUT NOT WELL KNOWN FOR DOING CHILLOUT OR AMBIENT REALLY ALTHOUGH I LOVE ALL GOOD STUFF NO MATTER WHAT YOU LABEL IT, THIS I WOULD CALL A PART 3 IN THE BEATLESS SLEEP SOUND SERIES OF MINE BUT THIS WAVES AND PITCHES THROUGH TONS OF SOUNDS AND ACTUALLY BEATS KICK IN ABOUT 30 MINUTES IN, I TRY TO END IT CLOSE TO HOW IT STARTED SO YOU CAN PUT ON REPEAT AND CHILL OUT TO, OR GO TO SLEEP 2, I HOPE SOME OF YOU ENJOY THIS, DEDICATED TO ALL MY FANS BUT ONE IN PARTICULAR SANKA HAS BECOME A FAN OF THESE IN THE PAST AND HOPEFULLY THIS ONE DOES NOT DISAPPOINT .....HOPE EVERYONE ENJOYS WORLDWIDE................PLAY LOUDLY FOR YOUR DREAMS SAKE....JRANS 2013
"Disco Music" - the music of a generation (including my own) made popular by the Latino, gay and Psychedelic communities of the late 1960's and early 1970's. The disco sound was soaring with often reverberated vocals over a familiar and steady "four-on-the-floor" beat. While we all know the more commercial disco/dance hits from groups like the Bee Gees, KC And The Sunshine Band and The Tramps, this mix is dedicated to the artists who created something special. Most of these songs did very well on the charts and were far from that disco/pop so many people hated. These were the songs I was hearing in the clubs at the New Jersey Shore and inspired me to learn the art of mixing music as a club DJ, as well as entertaining those great couples hustling on the dance floor. A much younger friend at work recently asked me why disco died if it was so popular. My answer: "It was so big it actually sunk under its own weight. It became too commercial. Once your mom and dad and grandmother are trying to learn all the new dance moves with you the game is over".
Disco Nights III - A Night To Remember
Disco Nights - Legends Of The Dance Floor is about the artists that made a special mark on the genre of Disco Music. Disco Nights II - A Touch Of Philadelphia is about a style of music, but Disco Nights III - A Night To Remember is about those nights of great music and dancing. It's about letting your hair down and having fun.
The mix opens with a tribute I mixed paying homage to both the Disco Era and the great Disco Nightclubs of the New Jersey shore resort areas - where I live. Many of these great clubs were either severely damaged or washed away by Hurricane Sandy on October 28, 2013 - as well as the towns which they reside. It's in some of these clubs that my DJ career began and I have the best memories when thinking about them. Featured in this mix are the musical talents of: GQ GQ was an American group, formed in The Bronx, New York, primarily noted for its success in disco music and R&B. The core membership of
the group commenced playing professionally, under different group names, as of 1968. GQ became quite successful playing music representative of the period'sdisco influenced sound. They had several highly-ranked singles in multiple markets (US Pop, US Black, US Disco/Club). Their biggest hit was 1979's "Disco Nights (Rock-Freak)" Jackie Moore: Jackie Moore is an American R&B singer best known for her 1979 disco hit "This Time Baby. Gino Soccio
Gino Soccio (born in September of 1955, Westmount, Quebec) is a Canadian disco record producer. His heritage is Italian. His only US Billboard Hot 100 entry was the #48 hit single "Dancer" in 1979, but he did hit #1 on the US Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart twice("Dancer" "Dance to Dance" in 1979, and "Try It Out" / "Hold Tight" in 1981, six weeks each). "Dancer peaked at #46 in the UK Singles Chart in May 1979. Soccio's third biggest hit, "It's Alright" Suzi Lane: suzi Lane (real name Suziliene McDonald) is an American female singer who had a number-one track on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play
chart in 1979 with the Giorgio Moroder-produced tracks, "Harmony"/"Ooh,La, La". The dance hit was number one for one week while remaining on
the chart for six months. At the time the tracks charted some thought it was recorded by Donna Summer because they thought that "Harmony" sounded like Summers' 1977
hit "I Feel Love." That confusion alone may have fueled the song's climb to the top of the Dance chart. It was Lane's
lone charting hit. Gary's Gang: Gary's Gang was an American funk/soul/R&B/disco group who just missed having a U.S. Top 40 hit, when their lone Billboard Hot 100 entry,
"Keep on Dancin'", reached #41 in 1978. The song climbed to #8 in the UK Singles Chart, #14 on the Hot Soul Singles chart in 1978 and also
made #1 on the Hot Dance Club Play chart, as did two of the group's other songs: "Do It At the Disco" and "Let's Lovedance Tonight". The
latter was later used as the sampling background track to Soulsearcher's 1999 #20 Club Play hit, "Can't Get Enough". Edwin Starr: Edwin Starr (January 21, 1942 – April 2, 2003) was an American soul music singer. Starr is most famous for his Norman Whitfield produced
Motown singles of the 1970s, most notably the number one hit "War".The biggest hit of his career, which cemented his reputation, was the
Vietnam War protest song "War" (1970). In 1979, Starr reappeared on the charts with a pair of disco hits, "(Eye-to-Eye) Contact" and "H.A.P.P.Y. Radio". "Contact" was the more successful of the two, peaking at #65 on the US pop charts, #13 on he R&B chart, #1 on the dance chart, and #6 on the UK Singles Chart. Sylvester: Sylvester James (Los Angeles, September 6, 1947 – San Francisco, December 16, 1988), better known as Sylvester, was an American disco
and soul singer-songwriter. Known for his flamboyant and androgynous appearance, he was often described as a drag queen, although repeatedly
rejected such a description. Responsible for a string of hit singles,in the late 1970s, Sylvester became known in the United States under
the moniker of the "Queen of Disco".His first solo album, Sylvester (1977), was a moderate success, and was followed by acclaimed disco album Step II (1978), which spawned the hit singles "You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)" and "Dance (Disco Heat)". He produced three more albums with Fantasy Records before signing to Megatone Records, the dance-orientated label founded by friend and
collaborator Patrick Cowley, with whom he produced four albums and the hit Hi-NRG track "Do Ya Wanna Funk". An activist who campaigned against
the spread of HIV/AIDS, Sylvester died from complications arising from the virus in 1988. Debbie Jaccobs: Debbie Jacobs is a female Black American singer born in Baltimore, Maryland who had several Disco hits. Her biggest chart hit was "High
on Your Love," which climbed to #70 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1980. The song, along with "Hot Hot (Give It All You Got)" went to #1 on the
Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart. Other '70s hits included, "Don't You Want My Love" and "Undercover Lover", which are her best known hit
singles. She enjoyed a second #1 dance hit in 2000 in a new version of her 70s club hit song "Don't You Want My Love" (as Debbie Jacobs-Rock),
produced by Rosabel. Cheryl Lynn: Lynda Cheryl Smith (born March 11, 1957), known better by her professional name Cheryl Lynn, is an American disco, R&B and soul
singer known best for her 1978 disco song, "Got to Be Real". After her performance on The Gong Show, Ahmed Ertegun of Atlantic
Records company couldn't come to an initial meeting with Lynn, with the result that she was contracted with Columbia Records company. Lynn
released her first and best-known song, "Got to Be Real," which was composed by keyboardist David Paich (of the band Toto), David Foster
and Lynn. The song scored #12 on the Billboard Hot 100 record chart and #1 on the Rhythm & Blues chart. The success of the single album
prompted a full scale debut album. Named Cheryl Lynn, it was produced by Paich. The album sold more than a million copies and scored #5 on
Billboard magazine's R&B albums chart and #23 on Billboard's top 200 album charts. The next single album, "Star Love"', also became a
success. Evelyn Champagne King: Evelyn "Champagne" King (born July 1, 1960) is an American R&B, disco and post-disco singer. Some of her best-known songs are "Shame", "Love
Come Down," and "I'm in Love." Evelyn King was born in the Bronx, New York, and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her uncle Avon Long had played the part of
Sportin' Life in the first Broadway revival of Porgy and Bess and worked with Lena Horne at the Cotton Club. Her father sang back-up for
groups at Harlem's Apollo Theater. Voyage: Voyage was a French disco (1977-1979) and pop-funk (1980-1982) group, with the French musicians recording studio like André "Slim" Pezin
(guitar/vocals), Marc Chantereau (keyboards/vocals), Pierre-Alain Dahan (drums/vocals) and Sauveur Mallia (bass), by the significant and
important participation of the British lead vocalist Sylvia Mason-James during the first two albums in 1977 with Voyage and in 1978 with Let's
Fly Away. Their lone Billboard Hot 100 entry was "Souvenirs," which hit number forty-one in 1979. They had more success on the U.S. Hot Dance Club
Play chart, where two of their albums, Voyage (1978) and Fly Away (1979), hit number one. A Taste Of Honey: "Boogie Oogie Oogie" is the name of a popular song by disco/R&B group A Taste of Honey. Released from their self-titled album in 1978, it
became an extremely popular "crossover" song. The lyrics urge listeners to "boogie oogie oogie till you just can't boogie no more." It topped
the Billboard Hot 100 chart, the Hot Soul Singles chart, and the Hot Dance Club Play chart. It would eventually sell over two million
copies and has become one of the most recognizable songs from the late 1970s disco era. It would also help the group win the Grammy Award for
Best New Artist of 1978. It also reached #3 on the UK Singles Chart.
This is 1 hour 13 minutes of hot non-stop Salsa music at its best featuring salsa club hits from Kevin Ceballo, Chino Nunez & Friends, Uncle Ray Barretto, Jose Alberto, among many other hot salsa hits, this non-stop salsa mix is dedicated to my islita of Puerto Rico and to every salsa dancer around the world.
This is the kind of salsa music that you all have been asking for and waiting for, so grab yourself a drink, your favorite girl, and rush to the dance floor, and yell to the DJ to crank up the volume because this is the one that you have been waiting for ... ... ... and wait to you hear what i do with uncle Ray Barretto's No Me Paren La Salsa ... ... ... truly the rebirth of a salsa gorda classic :)
Subele el volume porque aqui vengo guapeando la mexcla y gozando con Mi Regreso Puertorro ...
I have had multiple requests to do an ALL TOP 40 mix again, so just in time for Memorial Day, here it is! Got some new hits, big hits, older hits, and more! This 50 minute mix will keep you dancing right through the holiday and the rest of the school year right into the summer! Thanks for the suggestion, it was a fun mix to do! Special props to DJ Luciano for some dope remixes.
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Another meander down the pathways of all that is House Music.
Jase Crawley, Live and Unprepared, The Thursday Show, on www.stirctlyhousefm.co.uk
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