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Grandmaster Flash - Turntable Mix Volume 1 album download

Grandmaster Flash - Turntable Mix Volume 1 album download
Performer: Grandmaster Flash
Title: Turntable Mix Volume 1
Style:Cut-up/DJ, Funk
MP3 album szie: 1651 mb
FLAC album size: 1932 mb

The Source is the fourth studio album by Grandmaster Flash, released in 1986. It was reissued in the US on CD for the first time in 2005 (Collectors' Choice Music, CCM-583-2). Street Scene" – 3:06. Style (Peter Gunn Theme)" – 3:57. Peace, Love and Unity)" – 3:57. Throwin' Down" – 3:45. Behind Closed Doors" – 3:39. Larry's Dance Theme (Part 2)" – 3:31. Fastest Man Alive" – 5:22.

Grandmaster Flash Turntable Mix 'Flash Tears the Roof Off'-01 Intro- The Turntable Scientist-B$ 1:18. Babe Ruth - The Mexican (1972) 5:45. Grandmaster Flash -05 - Got More Bounce'- More-B$ 12:05. Yellow Magic Orchestra - Computer Game Theme From The Circus 6:41. Grandmaster Flash -09 - Turntable Mix 'Freestyle Mix'- God Made Me Funky-B$ 12:10. Grandmaster Flash -13 - Turntable Mix ''Get Off Your Horse and Jam'' -B$ 15:14.

is a remix of. Apache by Incredible Bongo Band (1973)

Joseph Saddler (born January 1, 1958), better known by his stage name Grandmaster Flash is an American hip hop recording artist and DJ. He is considered to be one of the pioneers of hip-hop DJing, cutting, scratching and mixing. Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2007, becoming the first hip hop act to be honored.

Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, ‘Adventures of Grandmaster Flash on the Wheels of Steel’. Non-album single, 1981. Using three turntables and a crossfader (a device he invented), 23-year-old Flash created a continuous party jam out of records by Chic, Blondie, Queen and more – showing off frenetic steel-wheels moves and establishing the DJ as a new kind of pop musician. Marley Marl, ‘The Symphony’. In Control, Volume 1, 1988. Wizardly producer Marley Marl dials up a beat for the ages – a ferocious drum break and Otis Redding piano loop – and summons the cream of his Juice Crew affiliates. Non-album single, 1980. Nearly 10 minutes and God knows how many bars of exhortations and boasts, sprawling across a hopped-up disco beat. Doug Wimbish’s bass breakdown is as funky as anything this side of Bootsy Collins.

Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five fomented the musical revolution known as Hip Hop. Theirs was a pioneering union between one DJ and five rapping MCs. Grandmaster Flash (born Joseph Saddler) not only devised various techniques but also designed turntable and mixing equipment. Formed in the South Bronx, Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five were one of the first rap posses, responsible for such masterpieces as The Message, Grandmaster Flash on the Wheels of Steel and White Lines. The combination of Grandmaster Flash’s turntable mastery and the Furious Five’s raps, which ranged from.

Tracklist

A Turntable Mix 9:33
B Turntable Mix 11:16

Credits

  • DJ Mix – Grandmaster Flash

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side A): GMF-001 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side B): GMF-001-B