OH YES… PLEASE LEAVE ME THAT WAY
It’s just an edit. I really love this track, my fav.- Ed Touche
KC & The Sunshine Band- Get Down Tonight (Ed Touche Edit)
Welcome to The Market Jungle by Banksy
Happy 25th Anniversary to De La Soul’s innovative and groundbreaking debut album “3 Feet And Rising”!!!
ABSOLUTE MASTERPIECE OR WHEN HIP-HOP SAMPLED POP
ELEFANT RECORDS: 25th Anniversary [1989-2014]
25 years with Elefant Records #Elefant25 #25Anniversary
Las 2 primeras referencias para celebrar el 25 Aniversario Elefant Records ya están a la venta en la web de Elefant:http://elefant.com/tienda/novedades/c/fisico
*HOMENAJE A FAMILY “Un soplo En El Corazón De Elefant” [CD/LP] / *FAMILY “Un Soplo En El Corazón” LP
The first two releases from our 25th anniversary are available on our website: http://elefant.com/shop/news/c/physical
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On this day in music history: March 2, 1983 - The Compact Disc makes its debut in the US. Research and development of the technology will begin in 1974 when engineers from Philips Electronics of The Netherlands begin developing an optical audio disc designed to have superior audio quality and durability to the vinyl record. Two years later in 1976, Sony Electronics of Japan will create their own prototype digital audio disc, with a 16 bit sampling rate of 44,056 hz per second. Philips and Sony Electronics will begin working together in 1979 to design a new digital audio disc in a joint venture. The discs are five inches in diameter, are made of polycarbonite plastic and aluminum, and are etched with a binary code that when read by a laser turns the information back into an analog signal. The discs will maintain the 16 bit sampling rate increased to 44,100 hz with a maximum running time of 74 minutes. The first titles released by Polygram and CBS will be a combination of classical and pop music titles. The format will revolutionize the music industry, surpassing sales of vinyl records and cassettes by 1985.
SOON MY NEW EDIT
The Cars - The Cars
TOMORROW… ANDORRA IN THE MIX
On this day in music history: February 26, 1983 - “Thriller” by Michael Jackson hits #1 on the Billboard Top 200 for 37 weeks (non-consecutive). Produced by Quincy Jones (with three tracks co-produced by Michael Jackson), it is recorded at Westlake Audio in Los Angeles, CA from April 14 - November 8, 1982. The album will spin off an unprecedented seven top ten singles during which time it will spend two extended runs of 17 weeks a piece between February 26 - June 18, 1983 and December 24, 1983 - April 14, 1984, retaking the top spot for 2 weeks from July 9 -16, 1983, and for one week on September 10, 1983. Following the broadcast of Jacksons’ appearance on “Motown 25” on May 16, 1983, the album will sell an astounding one million copies in a single week. For much of the next year and a half, “Thriller” will keep up this incredible sales pace, moving from between 300,000 and 500,000 copies per week. Its next largest sales spike will occur in the weeks following the initial broadcast of the “Thriller” short film. CBS Records will report that album has sold over 750,000 copies in December of 1983 alone, more than one year after the albums’ release. By June of 1984, the album has reached sales of over twenty million copies in the US alone, establishing it as the largest selling album in history. To date, “Thriller” has been certified 29x Platinum in the US by the RIAA, tying it with the Eagles “Their Greatest Hits - 1971 - 1975” as the top selling domestic album of all time. “Thriller” will also be inducted into the Grammy Hall Of Fame in 2008, and in the same year it will be selected by the National Recording Preservation Board for preservation in the Library Of Congress for its ongoing historic and cultural significance.
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Born on this day: February 26, 1932 - Country music icon Johnny Cash (born J.R. Cash in Kingsland, AR). Happy Birthday to “The Man In Black” on what would have been his 82nd Birthday.
THE REAL VOICE OF THE XX CENTURY…