Tuesday, July 18, 2006

no post today


its just to hot here
and im to tired(slept quite bad yesterday)
to upload & choose something to post
& write and research some info about it

go take a dive in the archives guys
maybe's there something you missed

or check this blog
http://playitagainmax.blogspot.com/

lots of stuff that never was released on cd


not uploaded by,me but by some one i know

J-Zone-Experienced!(Jimi Hendrix Remixed)

only 1000 copy's pressed
uploaded by some one i know

10 beats all made up of Jimi Hendrix samples(voice,guitar ect...)

you might say Blasphemy!!!! hang this brotah!
but calm down,its in my humble opinion he (a fan) did a good job on it
would make good auto driving music
some tracks are good,some not

best tracks:hit 'n run,Pimp Palace Magic,Funky Child
but the rest is not bad,but could have been done better
but i(as a rock listener with a bread musical taste) didnt find any fillers


Review i found

J-Zone, whose skills behind the boards have been just as lauded as his skills behind the mic, pays tribute to a legend way beyond his time with "Experienced": Jimi Hendrix.

"Experienced" is essentially an instrumental album where J-Zone samples, rearranges, and loops Hendrix riffs into a hip-hop-ish pattern, similar to what Danger Mouse did to the Beatles' "White Album" for the much-discussed Jay-Z remix "The Grey Album." And much like that album, "Experienced" is impressive considering the circumstances.

I'd be interested to see what Hendrix fans think of this. Whenever a project like this is done, it results in strong reactions. But as you listen to "Experienced," it's obvious that J-Zone genuinely cares about honoring the legend who he happens to be a fan of. It's much easier to accept a reinterpretation when it's done by a fellow fan, especially a fan as talented as J-Zone.



3 Comments:

Blogger MODESTE ET VIOLENT said...

Thanks a lot for the ''get it',, can't wait to listen to it.

9:54 PM  
Blogger zhao said...

j-zone the funny man has been slipping as of late... my favorite by him is his first, college thesis record made while attending NYU - Music For Tu Madre. I should upload that because it's out of print.

I'm going to link to you.

you might like my blog too, I just uploaded 6 obscure brian eno albums: differentwaters.blogspot.com

8:32 AM  
Blogger lenaman said...

Love the J-Zone; he shows a lot of love to our man Jimi. Very creative and some tight beats, though it is a bit brief and occasionally to laden with "J-Zone" references...Good regardless...Thanks!

2:06 PM  

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