DJ Shadow -《Solesides Greatest Bumps》[MP3!]

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专辑中文名Solesides Greatest Bumps
歌手DJ Shadow

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专辑名称: Solesides Greatest Bumps
专辑歌手: DJ Shadow
专辑类型: Abstract Hip-hop,Downbeat(抽象Hip-Hop)
发行日期: 2000-10


其实这也是一张DJ Shadow与众位音乐人合作的一张唱片,我就姑且算到他的名下吧。

English Biography:

DJ Shadow's Josh Davis is widely credited as a key figure in developing the experimental instrumental hip-hop style associated with the London-based Mo' Wax label. His early singles for the label, including "In/Flux" and "Lost and Found (S.F.L.)," were all-over-the-map mini-masterpieces combining elements of funk, rock, hip-hop, ambient, jazz, soul, and used-bin incidentalia. Although he'd already done a scattering of original and production work (during 1991-1992 for Hollywood Records) by the time Mo' Wax's James Lavelle contacted him about releasing "In/Flux" on the fledgling imprint, it wasn't until his association with Mo' Wax that his sound began to mature and cohere. Mo'Wax released a longer work in 1995 — the 40-minute single in four movements, "What Does Your Soul Look Like," which topped the British indie charts — and Davis went on to co-write, remix, and produce tracks for labelmates DJ Krush and Doctor Octagon plus the Mo' trip-hop supergroup U.N.K.L.E.

Josh Davis grew up in Hayward, CA, a predominantly lower-middle-class suburb of San Francisco. The odd White suburban hip-hop fan in the hard rock-dominated early '80s, Davis gravitated toward the turntable/mixer setup of the hip-hop DJ over the guitars, bass, and drums of his peers. He worked his way through hip-hop's early years into the heyday of crews like Eric B. & Rakim, Ultramagnetic, and Public Enemy; groups which prominently featured DJs in their ranks. Davis had already been fiddling around with making beats and breaks on a four-track while he was in high school, but it was his move to the NorCal cow-town of Davis to attend university that led to the establishment of his own Solesides label as an outlet for his original tracks. Hooking up with Davis' few b-boys (including eventual Solesides artists Blackalicious and Lyrics Born) through the college radio station, Shadow began releasing the Reconstructed From the Ground Up mix tapes in 1991 and pressed his 17-minute hip-hop symphony "Entropy" in 1993. His tracks spread widely through the DJ-strong hip-hop underground, eventually catching the attention of Mo' Wax. Shadow's first full-length, Endtroducing..., was released in late 1996 to immense critical acclaim in Britain and America. Preemptive Strike, a compilation of early singles, followed in early 1998.

Later that year, Shadow produced tracks for the debut album by U.N.K.L.E., a long-time Mo' Wax production team that gained superstar guests including Thom Yorke (of Radiohead), Richard Ashcroft (of the Verve), Mike D (of the Beastie Boys), and others. His next project came in 1999, with the transformation of Solesides into a new label, Quannum Projects. Nearly six years after his debut production album, the proper follow-up, The Private Press, was released in June 2002. The following year Shadow released a mix album, Diminishing Returns and in 2004 he released a live album and DVD, Live! In Tune and on Time.


Disc: 1
1. Intro
2. Rhyme Like a Nut! [#] - Gift of Gab
3. Entropy - DJ Shadow
4. Lyric Fathom - Blackalicious
5. Wreckoning - Lateef the Truth Speaker
6. Asia's Verse [#] - Lyrics Born
7. Deep in the Jungle - Blackalicious
8. Hardcore Hip-Hop [Instrumental] - DJ Shadow
9. Send Them - Lyrics Born
10. Swan Lake - Blackalicious
11. Lady Don't Tek No - Latyrx

Disc: 2
1. Latyrx (Last Chance to Comprehend) [#] - Latyrx
2. Say That - Latyrx
3. Freestyle Rapping - Asia Born
4. Rhymes for the Deaf Dum and Blind - Blackalicious
5. Entropy (Part C: Count and Estimate) - DJ Shadow
6. Fully Charged on Planet X [Edit] - Chief Xcel
7. Quickening - Lateef the Truth Speaker
8. Hot Breath - Mack B. Dog
9. Balcony Beach - Lyrics Born
10. Lateef's Freestyle [#] - Chief Xcel
11. Blue Flames [#] - Quannum







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