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Live @ Home part 15


My man Morse Code was one of the first dudes I thought of when I started to reach out to some of the homies for this year's Live at Home mixes. He is also the first of any of the guys I reached out to to come through and actually make (ahem, hope yall are reading this). As you can tell from the tracklist, this looks pretty official. Thats all from my end, here are some words from the man himself...

"I couldn't remember the last time I had set out to make a mix without some type of theme or concept that I thought would appeal to people and just mixed a buncha songs I like. So while relishing that opportunity, I made a lil crate of some midtempo songs I really like at the moment and then hit record and got into it. This was a lot of fun to make, hope u enjoy it!"











DOWNLOAD:

Morse Code - Live @ Home

TRACKLIST:

wu-tang - shaolin brew (st ides ad)
raekwon - wu ooh
large professor - for my people
madlib - two for pay jay
the wailers - soul rebel
flying lotus - massage situation
kenny dope - get on down
pudgee the fat bastard feat. notorious BIG - think big
curtis vodka - madhouse yeah rmx
young jeezy - circulate
3xcrazy - highslidin"
j dilla - 44
jan hammer group - don't u know
q-tip - dance on glass
dexter wansel - the sweetest pain
joe beats - doing the nothing
sly and the family stone - you caught me smiling
kurupt - we can freak it
peedi crakk - more towels
personal touch - it ain't no big thing (re-edit)

Comments for this entry

moonwalker

iLLLLLLL

Mr.Devlin

Senor:

That Jan Hammer/Q-tip edit (?) to the actual qTip song. woooo! Does the actual song drop out thats how you did the backspin with the acapella still playing?



....we had a debate at the castle.

Morse Code

yeah that was a live blend, I'd been bumpin the tip album a lot and noticed on that track how the first min is acapella, so that was a lil live improv thing.

Mr.Devlin

top class man.

Morse Code

thanks!

Nems

Good Look Homie! This sh*t is drugs!

Peace,
Nems

 

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