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i love harv but had to chuckle when he innocently claims he's not a collector or digger than proceeds to pull out an impossible to find german promo only psych-rock vw advert record and an unreleased test pressing.
i read a few of your other posts, i don't like you. i don't care if you never buy another record on z.
travy wrote:i love harv but had to chuckle when he innocently claims he's not a collector or digger than proceeds to pull out an impossible to find german promo only psych-rock vw advert record and an unreleased test pressing.
it's dutch and it was a freebie giveway it's a buzz record from some mixtapes around 2001 / 2003 and popped up on a few hip hop / trip hop mixes back in the day....i used to play it at the 333 and bar rhumba quite a lot used to come out of last words by 23 skidoo into this....rest of the lp is shite of the highest level...
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i'd like to see jimpster and a few others given the tubbs once over too....
Seconded re the site, could i suggest mark 7 or Mark E for a chat sometime
Good to see Tubbs getting some love. I think he's always really well prepared - I have never seen him ask a dumb question yet on these and he always seems to know some good background gems about the interviewees. I would like to see someone like Herbert, Pepe Bradock or Isolee getting a grilling but I dunno if they do interviews do they?
Someone told me recently about a 2 hour RBMA lecture from MAW - during the end question someone asked Louie Vega how it felt to have made French Kiss. I dunno what I would have done if I had actually been there. My ears went red just at the thought!
really enjoyed this on a sunday morning..... whatever people think, for me he has always been a kindred spirit and a long-standing inspiration.... and was so nice to here him mentioning Breeze.... one of the finest DJ's of his generation by a country mile but sadly taken too early. He played in the Hub in Bath way back and had a HUGE influence on the local DJ's AND dancers who heard him that night... really was truly outstanding.....
I have always kept up on what Harvey is doing, and have been blown away on occasion. I'm not always down with what he's doing, but am always interested and he continues to be one of a very rare breed of DJ's who continue to inspire and experiment regardless of opinion.... he's up there with Weatherall for me - although a totally different type of DJ and producer altogether. Those who choose to dismiss him are quite simply cloth eared "English" (that bit is quite important, as it is a very "English" thing to cut down real achievement and ingenuity once it has been recognised), wannabees.
Very few DJ's could entertain and hold and excite a crowd in the way Harvey can.... there are a few and they and those who know good music and a proper party know who they are..... no need to name them.
Thanks for the interview.... the hand-held mic thing was quite amusing as well : )
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