D.J. Afrika Bambaataa* ‎– Death Mix — Live!!!

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Paul Winley Records ‎– 12X33-10
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single
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Tracklist

A Death Mix 8:29
B Death Mix 10:30

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Super Single
Recorded live at James Monroe High School, Bronx, N.Y.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side label): 12X33-10A
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side label): 12X33-10B
  • Other (Price, front cover): $4.98
  • Rights Society: BMI

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
12X33-10 D.J. Afrika Bambaataa* Death Mix(12", RE, Unofficial, Bla) Paul Winley Records (2) 12X33-10 US Unknown Sell This Version
12X33-10 D.J. Afrika Bambaataa* Death Mix — Live!!!(12", RE, Whi) Paul Winley Records 12X33-10 US Unknown Sell This Version
OTLCD5430 D.J. Afrika Bambaataa* Death Mix(CD, Comp, Ltd, RE, RM) Octave Lab, Paul Winley Records OTLCD5430 Japan 2018 Sell This Version
12X33-10 D.J. Afrika Bambaataa* Death Mix — Live!!!(12", RE, Unofficial, Whi) Paul Winley Records (2) 12X33-10 US Unknown Sell This Version
12X33-10 D.J. Afrika Bambaataa* Death Mix(12", RE) Paul Winley Records 12X33-10 US Unknown Sell This Version

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MacDindon

MacDindon

December 16, 2016
Amazing to see that from that old "breaks" mixtape on vinyl came 2 big hip-hop/R&B hits: "Push It" by Salt N Pepa & "Groove is in the Heart" By Deee-Lite (+ innovative underground Drum & Bass Hit it's Jazz by Roni Size). Certainly recorded in 1979 (and not in 1983, check out the style!) as most of the original tracks are from this year, those breaks were surely kept secret for a long time before those producers discover them and made hits from them! The Real get Down! ;)
duanevinyl

duanevinyl

June 24, 2012
i thought original of these paul winley records had no stem if it has stem its fake thanks
ultrasound

ultrasound

August 29, 2010

Badly recorded; it's also virtually mono. And the [almost] live content seems quite all over the shop, veering aimlessly from rapping, scratching and cut-up performances. But about 2 minutes 34 into the B side, the DJ throws in a vaguely oriental, bouncy, much more definitively electro jam. Then the soup of ad libbing, cutting and scratching starts to catch a flavour. It's never going to be Sibelius [thankfully] but your nodding head and probably your feet too will pay homage to an irresistible effort, unless you're too up yourself to remember how.