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Torsion Jim

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first and second places from 1999 dmc world championships, and imo the pinnacle of live scratch routines. Tony Vegas does a set of harsh beat insanity and Craze does a crowd pleasing dancefloor set. 2 turntables and a mixer - nothing else. You dont get this sort of thing anymore. I musta watched this a thousand times on my vhs version recorded off mtv in 1999. Talent doesnt come close to describing this skill


 
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bez23

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Saw Rakesh Chaurasia play a 4am slot for a particularly magical solstice event in a deconsecrated church in Leeds about 5 years ago. Found out recently there's a bit of it on YouTube. Rakesh is the nephew and student of Hariprasad Chaurasia, who is pretty much top dog for Hindustani bansuri (bamboo flute). The atmosphere in the church was utterly transcendent.


The gig was 'bring your own pillows, sleeping bag, comfies' with chai and snacks on hand. Sooooo goooood.
I'm missing live music.
 
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Nanook

In the kitchen, studio or gym.

.....not my fave track, but surprising little of this stuff live, on YT.
(This is the better stuff IMO)
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Nanook

In the kitchen, studio or gym.
Again, sharing two versions of this, so peeps who may not be familiar, can actually see the musicians being awesome...(that was how I interpreted the OP)
...but the second version is the one I truly prefer...
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Nanook

In the kitchen, studio or gym.
Also....

I can think of very few things that, for me personally, come anywhere near this in terms of production value and talent, in the last 10 years.

 

bez23

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Also....

I can think of very few things that, for me personally, come anywhere near this in terms of production value and talent, in the last 10 years.

Nice to see Chris Vatalaro on drum duties. He frequently accompanies Sam Amidon on tours, also session drummer for Imogen Heap.

 
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