11 Burst results for "ray groove"

"ray groove" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

04:08 min | 5 months ago

"ray groove" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Randy back talking about The design and manufacturing of the large format section creating gating set you fry in the sub orbital missions That is quick and less expensive but can take notes at least from a from a testing and experimental perspective before you actually send out fly in invaded costly missions automations. These great danes are as integrated as a as a silicon chip outer decided manufacturer. You have another people extreme. Ultraviolet and soft x ray diffraction efficiency off a blace reflection greeting fabricated by thermally activated selective. Fog the equally patient. So says what is thermally activated selective of policy equation. Yes and so as you probably saw while you're eating that that taste in saw it taste and so what that allows us if you remember earlier. I mentioned that we do a lot of work in the controlling the apology of the features that we make for our x ray gratings so not only. Do we draw these intricate patterns but the the way that we transfer them In create structures to our what we call our x ray grooves We we'd like to investigate different ways of doing that. And so by default if it is to make a binary pattern where they're either was structure. There wasn't structure and i wanted to transfer that into the silicon. Might imagine that that would make structures look rectangular where you either transfer it or you. Don't to make these rectangular grooves But if there's ways of making other structures trapezoid triangles especially trying those and you can add an additional amount of control in where you where you put the photons in the spectrum so this process is called blazing the grooves and so when we put this blazed profile this train your their profile on the grooves we direct more light orthogonal to that facet zone in other words we when x rays shine onto this grading instead of making a spectrum that goes everywhere that spectrum only goes to a specific position and this is important because that allows you to a accentuate an important part of the spectrum where most of the science is located but also be create a lot of efficiency where most of the white is going to that position and in that position you're getting high resolution as well and so our ability to scope these grooves Is important now..

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"ray groove" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:45 min | 7 months ago

"ray groove" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Eighty acid funder of for me. It was one of the first sockets because we were coming from a place where we were into sound systems and we were into light rail groove and stuff. We weren't necessarily in our house music that it's one of the first songs like i remember listening. Yeah that's nice dug up get into this kind of change. The way i was thinking my musical tastes kinda go in early. It's just before we had opened boogie times. So i was still kind of toying with like being in the hip hall putin you know ray groove and jazz funk and stuff like that and they sound to me was like you know and it's almost like the blueprint for so much of what we have now. You know what. I mean from like techno to the classic kind of chicago half sanders. A rule blueprint sound right. Well absolutely i. May you know the thing for myself in yourself is. I've always liked the sound of news. Some fresh you know. You wanna play the freshest chains and you know the late sounds and using the latest technology you know push the boundaries of the music and this track was just you know there was nothing else like it. You know the acid thousands. The it was that was just you know complete was nothing really at a time that you could compare it to because it was just so different where it was all side. You know so good. Yeah i mean there's a lot of followed that using that kind of the asset is sound was really like the three hour three the in three three at doing things it wasn't designed to do as as is the case in like so many These dodge music productions where we push the boundaries of this equipment can do that was it s a classic case of the three hour three making these like crazy crazy sounds it was probably not brolin's attention to make it sound as crazy as that but lie. Thank god these guys. Did this crazy stuff. And so is defined as genre of that of a seminal track sleazy d. and future ass attracts. I really like help shape. And define that shurmur then. The guy comes out with hip house and and defines names like another sub genre. It's like the guys importance phosphate as important as maybe it's been overlooked because actually legend. You know when you consider is when you think back. I do think that he should be given a little bit more credit for his import incident at the right music sane. He's given because she said you know he created the sound of hip house. Benji was more known for his hip house was all too acid tracks and the track. It was making back in the day. You know again. I remember that the hip house scene. You know you had like mr league get busy you had. Uk doing their own forms of hip house. I'm sure inspire people like rhythm see who doing the. Uk merge palsson steve day cash. Now on the would we've had those kind of Tracks come through without you know. Walk fast idiot. Dan and define hip and stuff like that. And those guys went onto their careers he actually. He left a comment on my post. Recently i was like fan boy now. I'm like four thirty. it's the grand. I kinda ducked because we the end of the day which is fans they just which spans like everyone else and absolutely because we love everyone else. We respect we respect artists. We've been there right. It doesn't matter you know who you are. The ones good and music you go to the spectrum. You know you go give him props and go get city way back. And it's an absolute legend absolute legend. And just really of al kind of pre- pre.

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"ray groove" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:45 min | 7 months ago

"ray groove" Discussed on Pantheon

"Eighty acid funder. I mean for me. It was one of the first sockets because we were we. Were coming from a place where we were into sound systems and we were into light rail groove and stuff. We weren't necessarily in our house music that it's one of the first songs like i remember listening. Yeah that's nice dug up get into this kind of change. The way i was thinking my musical tastes kinda go in early. It's just before we had opened boogie times. So i was still kind of toying with like being in the hip hall putin you know ray groove and jazz funk and stuff like that and they sound to me was like you know and it's almost like the blueprint for so much of what we have now. You know what. I mean from like techno to classic kind of chicago half sanders. A rule blueprint sound right. Well absolutely i. May you know the thing for myself and yourself is. I've always liked the sound of news. Some fresh you know. You wanna play the freshest chains and and you know the late sounds and using the latest technology you know pushed the boundaries of the music and this track was just you know there was nothing else like it. You know the acid thousands priests it was. That was just complete. Was nothing really at a time that you could compare it to because it was just so different where it was all side you know so good i mean there's a lot of followed that using that kind of the asset is sound was really like the three hour three the in three three at doing things it wasn't designed to do as as is the case in like so many These dodge music productions where we push the boundaries of this equipment can do that was it s a classic case of the three hour three making these like crazy crazy sounds it was probably not brolin's attention to make it sound as crazy as that but lie. Thank god these guys. Did this crazy stuff. And so is defined the jim rome farce of that of a seminal track sleazy d. and future acid tracks. I really like help shape. And define that shurmur then. The guy comes out with hip house and and defines names like another sub genre. You know it's like the guys importance phosphate as important as maybe has been overlooked because actually legend when you consider is where you think back. I do think that he should be given a little bit more credit for his import incident at the right music sane. He's given because she said you know he created the sound of hip house and our benji was more known for his hip house was all too acid tracks and the track. It was making back in the day. You know again. I remember that the hip house scene. You know you had like mr league get busy you had. Uk doing their own forms of hip house. I'm sure inspire people like rhythm see who doing the uk merge palsson steve day cash. Now would we. We've had those kind of Tracks come through without you know. Walk fast idiot. Dan and define hip and stuff like that. And those guys went onto. Vickery's he actually. He left a comment on my post. Recently i was like fan boy now. I'm like four thirty. it's the grand. I kinda ducked because we the end of the day which is fans they just which spans like everyone else and absolutely because we love everyone else. We respect we respect artists. We've been there right. It doesn't matter you know who you are. The ones good and music maximum. You know you go give him props and go get city way back. And it's an absolute legend absolute legend. And just really of al kind of pre- pre.

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"ray groove" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:43 min | 7 months ago

"ray groove" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Go herbie. Hancock rocket now such a big chain. Tell us why you pick this june and what that meant to you. Saw pick this chain for lots of reasons so the first reason for why pick june was this was the very first track the eyeball in a record show came out in nineteen eighty free. So i'm guessing. I was about twelve years old twelve thirteen. Yeah now in this era for me all into the body pocket and breakdown since oh reason why is because you know. He's the practice my body popular in front of the meal. A a friend's house and all practice are moves. You know practice operated from east. London go into shopping sentiment stratford at we weekends. And what some of the older guys do in in little battles so you know. I mean i was young guys only twelve so i wasn't there we've ordered the top grades in body poppers birth definitely into it and instead the you know the electrons to say on insane you know just like you was as well not really. It's actually that's the importance of this. I mean it was we. We were kids. I mean we are school. Kids and old enough to go out and at first taste of like electronic music was probably schroeck kind of period. And i remember by street sounds electro albums and stuff watching the video this as well the other day and you could see the image herbie hancock which tribes to portray the future jones youtube herbie. Hancock blocked video watch. It stepped in utah. Traffic was way ahead of his time. What they from the album called future shock and it was. It was a change him. Electro funk of thing it'd be hancock oversee a jazz musician blue s and you know that whole jazz funked funk fusion kind of stuff that he was known for this is a real departure synthesize kind of electro funk kind of stuff You know as kids that would have been the first. We were perhaps aware of it. You know what i mean about. 'em pianist slight amazing jazz musician. Before that at years later we dig deeper and we become these you know wanna be music connoisseurs and we know all about history but this. This was something you know. What you're saying is true. Because i had the ankle before you know this track and i will also say that it was this tracking and this era where he felt the starting to become passionate about music adds to build my own tastes and interest in music. You know i grew up like a cow being back from jamaica so i grew up listening to reggae music and my oldest sister used pilots solve records. I brought this. Because i was intellectual. You know pop and you know it meant motsamayi or now so this is the first kind of taste of music that was like yours. It wasn't what your sister was into. It wasn't what mom and dad was in the house that saw record than yours. Yeah listen to you so yes a lot you know mcrae modern identity with you know my interest in music and that was twelve years old. Yes yes very very important. Variable huge commodity poet. And then the next that you you you selected strangely enough would have been probably from a time when you're a little older and maybe out to like ray groove events and stuff like that. You selected gwen mccrae oldest loved. I'm giving that was originally in nineteen seventy nine release but then it was re released in that kind of wave of you know rare groove kind of revival Around and you know scientist like saugus saw when people are coming out he's a. Here's a classics of Funk kind of I guess post disco song. The became big so a fly around of a late eighties Ten years after its original. Release some equate. Listen to that and let's let's discuss of like why. That was the one that really kind of captured. Your imagination.

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"ray groove" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:43 min | 7 months ago

"ray groove" Discussed on Pantheon

"Go herbie. Hancock rocket now such a big chain. Tell us why you pick this june and what that meant to you. Pick this chain for lots of reasons. So first reason for why june was. This was the very first track the eyeball in a record show came out in nineteen eighty free. So i'm guessing. I was about twelve years old twelve thirteen. Yeah now in this era for me was all into the body pocket and breakdown since oh reason why is because you know. He's the practice my body popular in front of the mira. Graham a friend's house and we all practice are moves you know practice operated from east london. Go into shopping sentiment stratford at weekends. And what some of the older guys do in light in little battles. So you know. I mean i was young guys only twelve so i wasn't there we've ordered the top grades in body poppers birth definitely into it and instead the you know the electrons to say on insane you know just like you was as well not really. It's actually that's the importance of this. I mean it was we. We were kids. I mean we are school. Kids and old enough to go out and at first taste of like electronic music was probably schroeck kind of period and i remember by street sounds electro albums and stuff watching the video this as well the other day. And you could see the image herbie hancock butch tribes to portray the future jones youtube herbie. Hancock blocked video watch. It stepped in Traffic was way ahead of his time. What they from the album called future shock and it was. It was a change him. Electro funk of thing it'd be hancock oversee a jazz musician blue s and you know that whole jazz funked funk fusion kind of stuff that he was known for this is a real departure synthesize kind of electro funk kind of stuff You know as kids that would have been the first. We were perhaps aware of it. You know what i mean. Not about 'em pianist. Slight amazing jazz musician. Before that at years later we dig deeper and we become these you know wanna be music connoisseurs and we know all about history but this. This was something you know. What you're saying is true. Because i had the ankle before you know this track and i will also say that it was this tracking and this era where he felt the starting to become passionate about music adds to build my own tastes and interest in music. You know i grew up like a cow being back from jamaica so i grew up listening to reggae music and my oldest sister used violence pilots solve records. I brought this. Because i was intellectual. You know pop and you know it meant motsamayi or now so this is the first kind of taste of music that was like yours. It wasn't what your sister was into. It wasn't what mom and dad was in the house that saw record than yours. Real yeah listen to you so yes a lot you know mcrae modern identity with you know my interest in music and that was twelve years old. Yes yes very very important. Variable huge commodity poland. And then the next time that you you selected strangely enough would have been probably from a time when you're a little older and maybe out to like ray groove kind of events and stuff like that. You selected gwen mccrae oldest loved. I'm giving that was originally in nineteen seventy nine release but then it was re released in that kind of wave of you know rare groove kind of revival Around and you know scientist like saugus saw when people are coming out he's a. Here's a classics of Funk kind of I guess post disco song. The became big so a fly around of a late eighties Ten years after its original. Release some equate. Listen to that and let's let's discuss of like why. That was the one that really kind of captured. Your imagination.

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"ray groove" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:42 min | 8 months ago

"ray groove" Discussed on Pantheon

"The glow of love this. That's i am before he had blown up to the legend that you'd be kind and Before he solo career. And you could sell from those recordings a voice is just incredible and the nice thing about introducing stuff like this but this is a special edition they might be some of our listeners the just just been rave and german base and and style was like that that maybe doesn't know some of these early attracts if you do wonderful but tell us how these are important to you and you'll musical education. Can that choon and a host of i was alone. Era was on emma's amazon. Really going even Governor at a listening to music by music George benson new hole deeper than that was assigned to eighty. Clinton music now really had a big record collection and that recorded. I'll just used to love time. I'm bob played i played a Goes potty and that record of physical played about four or five times one off to the abbot who played stein again. It played a big would avenue. I mean it was just really brilliant. Soon huge huge chain and maybe people don't know pre rave there was also a movement that was kind of aware asked paul movement the ray groove after we had that kind of that fostered like jasmine early mid i-it's jazz funk movement which ends like this this would have been post disco like so after checking knows roaches and stuff like that. Yes but then. We had that ray groove khanna movement bobby and steve and and finger pop and no those kind of socks oh and that that became before there was warehouse raves for for music and hall courthouse. We were gone ally. Rae groove raves. On me it was a big rave called durham. Cnc and say. Yeah you're soundsystem touchdowns just sound system. Not reggae was just so music. And you know i just didn't play. You're not played. Samis in the early ninety s but Yount that them days did for me was when the whole music live in the uk. Changing when i was growing up when i was young boy who you heard was what was on top of the pops yet that was sounding music. You hurt you. Not i mean and the guy what my mom and dad. He used to buy as well. But that was the only heard that when you start a new arises you know you haven this music coming from the site so not this is music that you dip a heard on on the on the radio on top of the pops or anything you'd have to go to one of these whereas parties to hear that music and that's where that's when i started a rule domon rises into music. It sounds britain. Not means just next level so i mean that was the influence on you like discovering the. Yeah you intake. Yeah like music from america. The was a said more to you than the pop music really. Yeah because i'll definitely because if you listen to music while making tonight some of my intros even i like melodies that i mean yeah i like melodies ally come i mean. Don't get me wrong. I love all a the german base. The baselines original journal by spiceland pleasant be outlets of bring back. Some of the old school baselines. Yes on music. Yeah and that's where that comes from. It comes from listening to people like change. Listening to people are cow. Malcolm no model reggae and soul influences coming to the music while making today. Yes i mean you. You carried that soulful influence into music production and your deejay says that she makes makes them. Blaine kenny kenyan. He's like yup taking the people on a journey right. No pre program sets you know. Tell us about tipping on dj set. I came out. Was there a typical. Dj did you. Did you draw for a different tune. Depending on what the crowd would do in a venue is in what was it. Dj set light back then up never ever preplanned to say done. Some free plan is when someone's life. I think years ago you can even be allowed to choose to mix on cd. I think he did an album force. Yeah yeah yeah. Some bison moving shadow yes that was tree plant. You know obviously. Not only mean. When i i i. Dj juicy said would highlight in a crowded sunday veteran. Sanada cry yet. And how was gonna plan. What would they was going to get played in supply of not. I mean some fake faith nine in his. He's very difficult to pull off because initial confident. The dj won't before you got none of in june's buy you capri plan to sit on. Never use the preplanned Because i would like to. Would it take for one day. Giant play one of them choose competent in teams. Before you. and that's it you said smith stuff. Yeah but i mean we. We thought you mean in current times the the as the currently chase aub pre-planning sets and if you and you'll you'll have you're screwed if the before you is played. His last song is the opening song of. You'll set exactly done. That's a new sign. That right i'll be in a position where come to the club light while about ten minutes late. Yeah and the. Dj's on before me is a young mentioned on nice. Young dj or yeah. And when i looked into the booty style wow that'd be loss coupled tunes. I said we use that. The company choose well. How many book on our my play will not apply not just weighed. You know how many different mentality you know you would have to allow for any possibility you know back in the day and you have enough enough records the if the next to date. Dj's zinser you could roll it career. I think i remember carrying that rightful even cutler time you would. I was on the box boy for today. You know in the club without having to go to secure. I'm not carry you cover you get bags. Skin days andy replay for gandhi. Everyone back it back in the albanian. I'm becoming dad's shop was well and the pundits in the front we get back and get with a good good stuff. You and i purchased by opening the good stuff. Thanks kenny everyone. At a chance to get on the air going to be ex- ex- customers of boogie time coming here could suffocate.

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"ray groove" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:42 min | 8 months ago

"ray groove" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"The glow of love this. That's i am. Before he had blown up to the legend that you'd be kind and before he solo career and you could sell from those recordings a voice is just incredible and the nice thing about introducing stuff like this but this is a special edition they might be some of our listeners. The just just been rave and german base and and style was like that that maybe doesn't know some of these early attracts if you do wonderful Tell us how these are important to you. And you'll musical education. That choon and a host of i was alone. Era was on the amazon really going raving That listening to music by music. George benson new. How deeper than that was assigned to us. Eighty clinton music now really had a big record collection and that recorded. I'll just used to love time. I'm bob played played a Goes potty and that record of physical played about four or five times one off to the abbot who played stein again. It played a big would avenue. I mean it was just really brilliant. Soon huge huge chain and maybe people don't know pre rave there was also a movement that was kind of aware asked paul movement the ray groove after we had that kind of that fostered like jasmine early mid i-it's jazz funk movement which ends like this this would have been post disco like so after checking can knows roaches and stuff like that. Yes but then. We had that ray groove khanna movement bobby and steve and and finger pop no those kind of socks. Oh and that that became before there was warehouse raves for for music and hall courthouse. We were gone ally. Rae groove raves. On me it was a big rave called durham. Cnc and say yeah. You're soundsystem touchdowns just like sound system. Not was just so music and you know. I just didn't play. You're not played. Samis in the early ninety s but Yount that them days did for me was when the whole music live in the uk. Changing when i was growing up when i was young boy who you heard was what was on top of the pops yet that was sounding music. You hurt you. Not i mean and the guy what my mom and dad. He used to buy as well. But that was the only heard that when you start a new arises you know you haven music coming from the site so not. This is music that you don't you dip a heard on on the on the radio on top of the pops or anything you'd have to go to one of these whereas parties to hear that music and that's where that's when i started a rule domon rises into music issues. It sounds britain. Not means just next level so i mean that was the influence on you. It's like discovering the yeah you intake. Yeah like music from america. The was a said more to you than the pop music really. Yeah because i'll definitely because if you listen to music while making tonight some of my intros even i like melodies that i mean yeah i like melodies ally come i mean. Don't get me wrong. I love all the german base. The baselines original journal by spiceland pleasant be outlets of bring back. Some of the old school baselines. Yes on music. Yeah and that's where that comes from. It comes from listening to people like change. Listening to people are cow. Malcolm no model reggae and soul influences coming to the music while making today. Yes i mean you. You carried that soulful influence into music production and your deejay says that she makes makes them. Blaine kenny kenyan. He's like yup taking the people on a journey right. No pre program sets you know. Tell us about tipping on dj. Set when you first came out. Was there a typical deejay did you. Did you draw for a different tune. Depending on what the crowd would do in a venue is in what was it. Dj set light back then up never ever preplanned to say done. Some free plan is when someone's life. I think years ago you can even be allowed to choose to mix on cd. I think he did an album force. Yeah yeah yeah. Some bison moving shadow yes that was tree plant you know. Obviously not i mean when i first i jane juicy said would highlight in a crowded sunday veteran. Sanada cry yet and how was gonna plan. What would they was going to get. Played in do supply of not some fake faith nine in his. He's very difficult to pull off because initial confident. The dj won't before you got none of in june's by you capri plan to sit on. Never use the preplanned Because i would like to. Would it take for one day. Giant play one of them choose competent in teams. Before you. and that's it you said smith stuff. Yeah but i mean we. We thought you mean in current times the the as the currently chase off pre-planning sets and if you and you'll you'll have you're screwed if the before you is played. His last song is the opening song of. You'll set exactly done. That's a new sign that right then i'll be in a position where come to the club light while about ten minutes late. Yeah and the. Dj's on before me is a young anglo mentioned on nice. Young dj or yeah. And when i looked into the booty style wow that'd be loss coupled tunes. I said we can use that. The company choose well. How many book on our set. My play will not apply. Not me just weighed. You know how many different mentality you know you would have to allow for any possibility you know back in the day and you have enough enough records the if the next to date. Dj's zinser you could roll it career. I think i remember carrying that rightful even cutler time you would i was on its beta box boy for today. You know in the club without having to go to secure. I'm not carry you cover you get bags. Skin days andy row play for gandhi. Everyone back it back in the albanian. I'm becoming shop was well and the pundits the front we get back and get with a good good stuff you and purchased by opening the good stuff. Thanks kenny everyone. At a chance to get on the air going to be ex- ex- customers of boogie. Time coming here get stuff again.

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"ray groove" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:34 min | 8 months ago

"ray groove" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Can t tell me you know this is important. Track to you. I mean you'd have been a kid. This is this is this screen. In the half scarring. Tell me that that tearing there are separate will come around the weekend and my mom would be doing my aunt's here in the in the passage. Resuce your who stooge. Oh come passage in in the passage through his head and but that embarrassments be playing dominoes and the music and not just be putting on that choon there is one of the first tunes and offsides now back version one verse one tune and then you get number version of that choon Yes yeah you know. Kazan to stop the version of that would have had a different Maybe yes. I think it was big. You know you you you you don version of it overseas toasted on the might differ version and that record there is love it so much. Democracy scratched a lot. I'll the bad bad because you could get that to me is it was. I was so upset about best sticks because it reminds me the first time already starting to get into music as a music fan. Yeah i'm a lock as Tom and you cared about it so much that you you brought a yes. Yeah yeah you know. I mean so. That shooting day is one of the first things. I have a boat about might not be the first june. It was not in the ten. I this is. This is childhood memories for you. This is back to its again. But you can also had hattie's influenced your career you know you. Dj's lot you and it was. It was definitely a movement out of east london and i'm originally from stratford and then so many other shop and dance at high and that kind of the rcn that break beat style of music from east london and you can hear that kind of the influence of dont lovers. When when there was the jungle there was a produces back. They're not yet that para don's mazda linney from east london a main making jungle with direct direct influence. And i hope see more. They grew up in households. Like yourself where you know. This is late on a sunday often playing dominoes on the stove. This is our of memories and this is a hassle. We you know you. You grew up in east. On for myself i'm a little white boy from stratford. Okay but fourteen years planning to boost private east and that's almost quite trainspotting. He kinda music and don't have any us playing blues fis so young honestly at a show on was the radio shows studio one of them and i would play ray groove and play alongside all the other guys would pie lavas rock so i'll be this little. Why kit in the pie playing some gray coding. The on new my stuff a fan of flying fan fan of flyer and it was. It was a seven still been in school. And i'm sneaking out to play like i'm on on the bill finished blues by traffic. You know two young even do anything. So i mean these long memories you know just you know often. As part of all of us that l. to build that that part of the scene and bring up and element into what the music became. You know out blown out of the right seen wonderful time. I never seen on interesting. No-one rewind the tune. Don's tonight braley. No-one re- rewind yet. i never seen. I never see a tune. Get rewind adults until a right until all right. Yeah i was. I want to do it. But i never seen. No one that is seen. That is interesting. Because i mean before there there was. You know people. Frost were play in but he had star. It's kind of in the rif. Seen when i made so he's playing was playing house and stuff. I m progressed into what became jong based yet. Come you come straight in. With of like aug san system sensibilities right you know. Yeah i mean opens now starting with started. Dj also night house in that. Bob yeah styles to house music still. Of course yeah. Send me stuff all the time when the jungle started because it was more reggae influenced at that time too old sound. College came back to me. Get coming while. I was playing music. You know a draw tune and the critic mad not to ship is needs to get reading but agree. This is gonna be a tough one. Do you remember what the chain was can you can you think. I'll rebound yeah This'll be gold. If you remember it may i. It was called Off was called a seven inch in the seven inch on mendoza mendoza record. Label is out june dining. If you find that you don't even know where it is. Because i was looking for long and i was putting chrissy lost that some. Yes chris christie wisdom tournament. 'cause he's and he's probably not that that to nam and it wasn't even it wasn't even a junk is more like to fight. Used to go off in the dance. You know chrissy. Obviously because i always try. He's good as a lovely kate at always trying to catch up with him when he's in la visits over there quite a bit and this this dishes gone out on christmas day cane. So what's the family up to what you going to covid situation. You also listen. Well let me just wanna marry christmas anyway by him on mrs with sliding doors we got nowhere. Okay dr bake to weld. Catch anything so not i can come on. We keep it does right. The coverages of stocks got loads of sweets decorations. Up as you can see behind me loads of presents and everything. So we're good to go capable chef. that's lovely. Yeah definitely a look. I know it. Yeah i know and it's about. It's all about family. You know we got we got off and and you know we pull the followers of the podcast and the label. Keep in safe and stuff. We've we've here trying to give that message in a real because potent. Every every christmas is the around is not. You're willing bravo's acid in wolfenstein. And if one goes to hell family gathers around everybody goes. There.

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"ray groove" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:07 min | 8 months ago

"ray groove" Discussed on Pantheon

"Can t tell me you know this is important track to you. I mean you'd have been a kid. This is this is this screen. In the half scarring. Tell me that that tearing there are separate will come around the weekend and my mom would be doing my aunt's here in the in the passage Little stooge oh come passage in in the passage through his head and but that embarrassments be playing dominoes and the music and not just be putting on jan that choon there is one of the first tunes and offsides now back version. One verse one tune and then you get number version of that choon Virgin yes yeah you know to stop the version of that would have had a different Maybe yes. I think it was big. You know you you you you don version of it overseas toasted on the might differ version and that record there is love it so much. Democracy scratched and it was lot. I'll the bad bad because you could get that to mean is it was. I was so upset about best sticks because it reminds me the first time already starting to get into music as a music fan. Yeah i'm a lock as Tom and you cared about it so much that you you brought it s. Yeah yeah you know. I mean so. That shooting day is one of the first things. I have a boat about might not in the first june. It was not in the ten. I this is. This is childhood memories for you. This is back to its again. But you can also hattie's influenced your career you know you. Dj's lot you and it was. It was definitely a movement. Out of east. London and i'm originally from stratford. And then so many other shut up and dance at high and that kind of the rcn that break beat style of music from east london and you can hear that kind of the influence of dont soil lavas were. When there was the jungle there was produces back. They're not yet. That para don's pasta lenny from east london a main making with direct direct influence. And i hope see more. They grew up in households. Like yourself where you know. This is late on a sunday often playing dominoes on the stove. This is our of memories and this is a a hassle. You know we you know you. You grew up in east on for myself. i'm a little white boy from stratford. Okay but fourteen years was planning to boost private east and that's almost quite trainspotting. He kinda music and don't have any us playing blues fis so young honestly at a show on was the radio shows studio one of them and i would play ray groove and play alongside all the other guys would love lavas rock. So i'll be this little. Why kit in the pie playing some groups. The i knew my stuff a fan of flying fan fan of flyer and it was. It was a seven still been in school and i'm sneaking out to play like i'm on on the bill finished blues traffic. You know two young even do anything. So i mean these long memories you know just you know often. It's part of all of us that l. to build that that part of the scene and bring up and element into the music. Became you know out blown out of the rape scene. Yeah wonderful time. I'll never seen understating no-one rewind the tune don's tonight braley. No-one re- rewind yet. i never seen. I never see a tune. Get rewind adults until a right right. Yeah i was. I want to do it. I never seen no one that easily. Seen that is interesting. Because i mean before there there was you know. People frost were play in but he had star. It's kind of in the rif. Seen when i made so he's playing was playing house and stuff. I m progressed into what became jong based yet. Come you come straight in with that of like aug san system sensibilities right you know. Yeah i mean opens now starting with started. Dj also night house in that. Bob yeah absolutely styles to house music still. Of course yeah. Send me stuff all the time when the jungle started because it was more reggae influenced at that time too old sound college came back to get it while while i was playing my music. You know a draw tune and the critic mad not to ship is needs to get reading but agree. This is gonna be a tough one. Do you remember what the chain was can you can you think. I'll rebound yeah This'll be gold. If you remember it may i. It was called Off was called a seven inch in the seven inch on mendoza mendoza record. Label is out june dining. If you find that you don't even know where it is. Because i was looking for long and i was putting chrissy that some. Yes chris christie wisdom tournament. 'cause he's june's he's probably not that that to nam and it wasn't even it wasn't even a junk is more like a puppy to fight. Used to go off in the dances. You know chrissy. Obviously 'cause i always try. He's good as a lovely kate at always trying to catch up with him when he's in la visits over there quite a bit and this. This dishes gone out on christmas day. So what's the family up to what you going to covid situation. You also listen. Well let me just wanna marry christmas anyway by him on mrs with sliding doors we got nowhere. Okay dr bake to wild. Catch anything so not i can come on. We keep it does right. The coverages of stocks got loads of sweets. Decaration up as you can see behind me loads of presents and everything so we good to go capable chef. That's lovely yeah.

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"ray groove" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

08:18 min | 9 months ago

"ray groove" Discussed on Broken Record

"I'm good one. And i remember coming your house and we listened to it and i think there was there may have been. I think there was a demo for him. Oh my house. Yeah funky sounding had the idea of. Yeah i remember that. I remember that was all there was and then we just sorta talked about what could be the rest of them. What else the rest of. It could look like. I as we're talking about discipline look back over. The project see theme appearing and the theme seems to be when the elements all come together. You got the right people in the right space. in time. The songs materialized. I can i can tell you one thing that i i. I don't i've never. I don't remember ever voicing this before. But i remember feeling over time that with tom. I felt like on the first album. When wildflowers are for some together he really wanted to impress me. He worked hard to impress me and once. He felt like he had done that. Adam i never felt like he tried his heart again on any of the other things we did. I think he always did. You know did great but it was a nature of the ringling different. Like i wanna win over this new person. Yeah and i think it sounds like that kept happening with the different people over the years. Well that's a reoccurring thing too. I mean somebody said a producer shouldn't work with the band for the two records. Because like i think you're trying to impress each other in pull the best out and then it's okay now we're gonna do it again. Do save again. You're already know you're impressive. Me every you know what you what you're capable of and there's no mystery about it i think mystery and and the dangers brings out the really great stuff but Yeah you could say that about all the jeff to reach a point where well you know. It's almost like as an artist. I can't speak for tom. But i can speak for myself and maybe partially for him. 'cause i normally well you have producer. The producer is to bring out the best in you hundred percent and to keep you from getting up your ups lost up your own ass which is easy to do when you're producing yourself. Okay so when you first get with the producer you want to make that connection where he pushes you and you can prove to him what you can do you know. And you're interested in everything he says. 'cause it's new and that's really smart. I hadn't thought of that after a couple of hours to five. If i play the song i already know what. You're going to think of it because i know you now and you could still go good work but it d- don't you only get one shot at that initial thing interesting. Yeah it is interesting. It's like i said it's hard to talk about music sometimes because burs failure but it's very mystical and where songs come from in were great records just happen is kind of a just a blessing and a mystery. You know luck so then after that. What was the next period. I was gonna say. I think with tom in you. I think it got to a point to where at the beginning. You pushed him like that. I could be better or that song can meet better and he listened to you and i think we should point to for when you're really confident in yourself like i don't want anybody telling me what to do. I wanna do it my way and it really want at opinion right now this going. I don't wanna be bothered with your point of view and don't want you analyzing critiquing when i wanna do. I just want to go do it. Yeah and which is fine. It's nothing personal is just the worst creative energy so i think after l. Remember there was a period where i can't remember which album it was towards the end of the ones that we made together where tom sorta went through a dark phase. If you remember. He showed up at studio with a cane echo. Yeah an e. He was not the regular tyler. Personal problems going on decks everything to absolutely but you remember it was like the energy remember the whole energy chard for awhile. It was dark sad. Yeah and i'd rather not remember too much of that but you're right it was fac- went through. I think through some there. Were some interesting songs that came out of it unless like Echo was a good sign a room at the top of the world and There were some good songs but it was. It was a young. You're in in life or or more in creativity go through ups and downs. In dark periods bright periods of darkness. Fun being in the studio at that time. it wasn't fun. No that that little win. That's the thing me personally and we did that. And we live through it. We survived but me personally especially at this point like i just did this record with my own band and it's fun it's gotta be i make it fun. You know when guys you're having fun you can hear you can tell. I'll be happy when you get to hear my record. I can't let you wanna song now. It's a really good record. Great only here. Yeah let's just play. This is the one that got a little bit of angus rhythm guitar burn. Cd's jacksonville and black silk stocking once ray groove thank you. Who's who's in the band. It's me matt log onto drums. My friend jason. A on guitar and lance morrison on the base so cool. Yeah i remember. That was really fun While we're making wildflowers. We went into Ocean way with the with the heartbreakers and we did a few short time in a few days. We recorded about hundred songs. I don't know if you remember that but ended up being most of what's on that box set okay. We did a lot of covers. Okay the playback set. Yeah but i don't remember that. Do you remember going ocean way and calm. It was tom idea. Was i think it was The old record company was going to put out a greatest hits record and they needed to songs for the greatest hits album and the album wildflowers was going to be a quote unquote tom petty solo record and had a different vibe. And we were doing that at sound. City menam said will for the two songs. I don't wanna record them in the wild flowers setting. Let's set up. A different studio will do completely differently and we did the the two songs for that album. Which were very jane. Mary jane and the cover nothing in something in the air but but we also recorded a million.

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"ray groove" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"ray groove" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Um that one to me i think is perfect primary might have had so it's sort of black dog perfect rock and roll perfect the battle of ever more perfect stairway uh overrated birth ed of course not it's absolutely perfect probably the roundup that's where i'd probably healy ban ki moon day to day as great riff i'll be okay argument aminus okay just a fucking i have to insist that you do because it's pre four sticks the i gobi for that is the one that's bound down bound down downed at it in down death ray groove down early coal plants voice on that uh what's the point you wish you with it um i just songwriting melody doesn't really going hour does yeah i feel it kind of a jam the here route really cool but yeah okay um in the going in california resident when when that when the levy breaks brilliant levies superheavy to yeah so when you think before sticks johnny you know i i got to be honest i'm not said is that i'm not a big zeppelin k i have you heard that to before yes i have i have i have it on vinyl just right right i and i understand the brilliance as it's something it's stubborn from when i was a child dodgers had never been able to get myself but i was like they with pink floyd to i was never pink floyd fan until about five years ago or so and then got super is their perfect pink floyd record as a too much weirdness irish weirdness from yeah i current i love it split loyd fan what are the dark side of the moon ducts other moons a great it's pretty rates for aiding rate.

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