The beats are looped for minutes at a time on most tracks, and every A-side gets its B-side with an instrumental version. Its historical importance is priceless, but otherwise old-school fans might want to skip it. The original 20-minute "Death Mix Live" has appeared several times on LP and CD, sometimes with related tracks from Cosmic Force and Soul Sonic Force.
référencement Death Mix - Live!!!, 12", Single, 12X33-10. Badly recorded; it's also virtually mono. And the live content seems quite all over the shop, veering aimlessly from rapping, scratching and cut-up performances. But about 2 minutes 34 into the B side, the DJ throws in a vaguely oriental, bouncy, much more definitively electro jam. Then the soup of ad libbing, cutting and scratching starts to catch a flavour.
Artist: Afrika Bambaataa. Album: Death Mix Live. Death Mix Live: Best 1 songs. Afrika Bambaataa - Death Mix Live (Part 1) 08:31. Afrika Bambaataa: best 2 tracks. Afrika Bambaataa - Electro Funk Express Italo Top Techno Hits, Vol. 1, 2013 07:48. Afrika Bambaataa - Just Get Up and Dance Greatest DJ's on DFC, 2013 04:51. Artist: Afrika Bambaataa.
12" Vinyl lp US. Paul Winley, 12x33-10. Mixed and recorded live in 1983. Planet rock - the album (2X12 inch lp). 4men With Beard, cargo00035115.
Afrika Bambaataa: все альбомы, включая Funk on the 1 (Tribute to Sly and the Family Stone), A Pista, Freedom Dance и другие. 2019 сингл Ntelek Radio Instrumental Mix. A Pista. Kalango, Afrika Bambaataa, Prince Whipper Whip. Rhino Hi-Five: Afrika Bambaataa. 1987 Live Throwdown, Side 1. Planet Rock: The Album. Afrika Bambaataa, The Soulsonic Force.
The Light is a 1988 studio album released by Afrika Bambaataa & Family. The lead single "Reckless" features UB40 and was a Top 20 hit in the UK peaking at The album itself didn't chart in the UK. "Reckless" was arranged and produced by John Robie. Vocals were provided by Afrika Bambaataa, Lizzie Tear, Malibu and UB40, who also provided all instrumentation.
1983 Recorded live at James Monroe High School in the Bronx, ‘Death Mix’ has become one of the most sort after records in the history of hip-hop. Released on the Paul Winley label in the early eighties it has gained cult status amongst deejays and record collectors alike. Even the artwork has been aped for DJ Shadow’s Q-Bert megamix on MoWax and countless mix CD’s have cloned the distinctive style