Last night a DJ saved my life

Last night a DJ saved my life b Tout ce que vous avez toujours voulu savoir sur les DJ Un best seller mondial enfin en fran aisAu d part simple annonceur publicitaire la radio le DJ aquiert progressivement ses lettres de noblesse

  • Title: Last night a DJ saved my life
  • Author: Bill Brewster
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  • Page: 226
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  • b Tout ce que vous avez toujours voulu savoir sur les DJ Un best seller mondial enfin en fran aisAu d part simple annonceur publicitaire la radio, le DJ aquiert progressivement ses lettres de noblesse, gagnant la confiance des diffuseurs et fid lisant un public toujours plus nombreux Le livre explique l importance du DJ et sa lutte pour exister face la musique live Longtemps sous estim , il a pourtant r volutionn l industrie du disque, imposant de nouveaux concepts, et faisant d couvrir des nouveaux genres musicaux comme le rhythm and blues.Last night a DJ saved my life retrace l ascension fascinante du DJ dans le paysage musical du XXe si cle.

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  • Étant dans le milieu de la DU Culture depuis ma plus tendre enfance des le début des radios libre en France en 1982 donc à l'âge de 10 ans et grâce au courant musicaux électronique naissant des 1981 en Europe/USA. Je me suis pris de passion de tout les courants cité dans ce livre qui nous conte la création de tout les genres musicaux non commercial jusqu'à nos jours ou tout les genres ont fusionné dans nos années 2000. Si comme moi ta eux la chance en 2002 d'avoir l'unique adaptation [...]


  • le livre est extra. il est plein d'informations et donne envie d'écouter de la musique. je le recommande à tous les passionnés de dance music.


  • A must read for all aspiring and current DJ's alike. This well reasearched book covers it all: from the beginning of single-turntable jocks to US and European Big Band spinners; it treks thru the Motown/Stax DJs, with a quick nod to the Jamacian "Sound System" approach before taking you thru Northern Soul and the NY Gay Disco trend-setting dual-turntable "mixing" innovators. With many "choice" classic cuts pointed out along the way, there's a myriad of names you will undoubtedly recognize from [...]


  • Being a DJ myself since the mid-80's, it was an immense pleasure to remember a lot from scene that I lived my youth in, partied and played and followed since then. But it was even better to LEARN a HUGE lot about the history and development of this art before I fell in love with dance music and DJing.The book shows an enormous amount of research and data, names, tracks, labels, clubs and everything. And it's cleverly written, in such a way you feel like following a novel. It goes well into advan [...]


  • In the last 20 years since my aha moment, I have read a lot on the history of dance music. This is probably the single most comprehensive book on that. The writers have been at the forefront of resurrecting and propagating the best of that history in several veins through this book and their other projects. Given that breadth and depth it can be a slow read at times and gets bogged down by too much editorializing. The sections about disco and post disco NYC and middle period British DJ cultur [...]


  • Except for the latent sexism throughout the whole thing, this book is a well of knowledge, professionally compiled and WELL written. With sexism I mean the authors seemingly adore the macho antics of DJ circles and try to make jokes about them which I guess is meant to make the text more readable/enjoyable. If the authors made more fun of themselves then perhaps it would be ok, but like this it distracts me from the otherwise pretty good & reliable DJ history.


  • I'm glad my friend recommended this book to me. I was floored at the red thread that ran through my musical tastes not like a string, but like the mighty Mississippi River. From rock & roll allnighters, the mod scene of northern soul (myself an avid scooterist), the beautiful disaster of disco giving rise to early house music, and of course the hiphop scene of the almighty grandmasters of the Bronx DJ culture, I lived some of it, and I am part of it now myself as I bring all that music together [...]


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