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and now, dance …
… mainly because roots manuva claims that “nobody’s dancing like they used to do”. so lets prove him wrong, shall we? please, dance. yeah, now.
legal note: this is a test, i concocted a little mix, that i am sure will make you dance. in fact i bet this mix will make you dance.
if it does not make you dance please feel free to sue me. confident that i won’t be seeing you in court, jan zuppinger
ok, i stop joking now. and before everybody says, “hey why did we retrograde, pieceocasts 051 – 053 are already out and this is pieceocast050?” i say, “true”, i say, “yup, and this is why”. as i promised i wanted to make a slightly longer mix, something special and jubilee worthy. and oh boy did that work well… lets all dance in celebration for pieceocast 050? nah. sitting and whiping heads is way cooler.
btw. those screaming kids are from the asabailey showreel, its prolly old, but who cares. they are screaming in exitement after opening some christmas present or other. deep, huh?
please enjoy pieceocast. while it lasts. and tell a friend.
music borrowed [with all due respect] from:
1. loo & placido: say hello
2. pieceocast intro: a loop from amon tobin: hokkaido [chaos theory, the splinter cell soundtrack]; fred, the voice in my computer, samples
3. roots manuva: nobody’s dancing – alternately deep
4. the ones: flawless (italo disco mix) – a touch of class sucks!
5. herbaliser: gadget funk – take london
6. detroit grand pubah: big onion (slap on it remix by joakim) – galactic ass creatures from uranus
7. party ben: Computer Talk (Coldplay vs. Kraftwerk) – download it
kids screaming for nintendo
the pieceocast can be accessed here:
this link will pick up all my mixes and the occasional mp3’s i link to from my blog.
to find the earlier pieceocasts please check this list with links and stuff.
a word about copyleft:
all music and audio is borrowed with the utmost respect for its creators. however, i do consider this to be fair use. this material is created purely for fun, to share with my online friends. there is no commercial transaction involved. as a long-time dj i own 5’000+ albums in vinyl and quite a few cd’s. all the music i use for these mixes, i either own a copy of or it was released under a CC-license to begin with.
i release all my work, the dj work as well as all my other coding and creating, under a creative commons license, hence i treat this material as if it was under CC license. i attribute it and i do not use it for commercial gain. don’t try to sue me, i am broke anyway.