Groove Music: The Art and Culture of the Hip-Hop DJ

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311. “Down.” 311. Capricorn Records compact disc CXK 42041 (1995).

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Afrika Bambaataa and the Soul Sonic Force. “Planet Rock.” Play at Your Own Risk/ Planet Rock. Polydor 12-inch single 2141 675 (1982).

Altered Beats: Assassin Knowledges of the Remanipulated. Axiom LP 162-531 046-1 (1996).

A-Trak. Gangsta Breaks. Ammo Records LP AM-04 (2000).

Automator (a.k.a. Dan the Automator). Music to Be Murdered By. HomeBass Records 12-inch single hB 88365.

Babe Ruth. “The Mexican.” First Base. Harvest LP SW 11151 (1972).

DJ Babu. Super Duck Breaks: The Saga. Stones Throw Records compact disc STH 2046 (2002).

The Beat Junkies. The World Famous Beat Junkies Vol. 1. PR Records compact disc PRR54280 (1997).

The Beat Junkies. The World Famous Beat Junkies Vol. 2. Blackberry Records compact disc BLK 005 (1998).

The Beat Junkies. The World Famous Beat Junkies Vol. 3. Blackberry Records compact disc BLK 72018 (1999).

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BeSide. “Change the Beat.” Celluloid 12-inch single, CEL 156 (1982).

Big Daddy Kane. “Mister Cee’s Master Plan.” Long Live the Kane. Cold Chillin’ LP 9 25731–1 (1988).

Birdy Nam Nam. Birdy Nam Nam. Uncivilized World compact disc UWECD 6 (2005).

Biz Markie. “Cool V’s Tribute to Scratching.” Coin Off. Cold Chillin LP 25675–1 (1988).

Bliss, Melvin. “Synthetic Substitution.” Reward/Synthetic Substitution. Sunburst Records 7-inch single SU-527 (1973).

Blondie. “Rapture.” Autoamerican. Chrysalis LP CHE 1290 (1980).

Blow, Kurtis. “AJ Scratch.” Ego Trip. Mercury LP 822 420-1 Ml (1984).

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents xiii
  • About the Companion Website xv
  • Introduction 3
  • 1 - The Breaks and the Bronx- 1973–1975 14
  • 2 - Mix and Scratch—The Turntable Becomes a Musical Instrument- 1975–1978 43
  • 3 - Out of the Bronx and into the Shadows- 1978–1983 70
  • 4 - Expansions- 1983–1989 100
  • 5 - Turntablism- 1989–1996 127
  • 6 - The Art of War-the Dj Battle- 1991–1996 153
  • 7 - Legitimacy- 1996–2002 179
  • 8 - Fallinq Barriers- 2002–2011 214
  • Conclusion- Full Circle 249
  • Appendices 254
  • Notes 265
  • Discography 296
  • Bibliography 303
  • Index 313
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