Monthly Archives: June 2012

Tape2USB

My equipment to convert cassettes to MP3, died an unfortunate death. I bumped the extention cord that it was plugged into and it crackled and refused to play the tape anymore. That was it’s whole job. It was a pretty feature rich … Continue reading

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Top 20… perhaps 50… Project

My friend Dalton a few months ago sent me, via text, his top 47 most influential LP’s of all time. A very specific type of list. He included cell phone pictures of the ones he still owned (most) and brief … Continue reading

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Brown Paper Bag

I always loved making covers for my tapes. This practice was begun with making tape covers for the tapes that Jeff and I would exchange as letters from the early 80’s. We decided to keep them and not record over … Continue reading

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Flea Market Funk and 45’s

While searching for sites to get more Dub mixes I came across something else that is becoming a musical staple; Flea Market Funk. Shout out! http://www.fleamarketfunk.com These are mixes put together by DJ Prestige from vinyl. He has about 40 … Continue reading

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Westside Andy – Every Thursday – Hody

Last night we stopped in to The Hody for some late dinner and a beer. On the way in we noticed a truck outside backed up to unload band equipment. It was Thursday night. In the entrance, where all the band flyers … Continue reading

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Dub

Not Dub Step, just Dub. I quote the Wiki here: “Dub is a genre of music[1] which grew out of reggae music in the 1960s, and is commonly considered a subgenre,[2] though it has developed to extend beyond the scope … Continue reading

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