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J Rocc Enjoyed The Experience

12-inch (Item 681750) Now Again, 2013 — Condition: New Copy
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A mad bit of drum heavy, funky excellence from Beat Junkies founder J Rocc – a killer mix crafted from the vintage private press recordings anthologized in the Enjoy The Experience compilation and book from Sinecure Books! Enjoy The Experience is an incredibly diverse set, though funky jazz, jazzy funk and funk rock were a big part of the package. J Rocc hones in on that, but truly puts his distinctive turnablist hip hop stamp – with driving funky beats that don't let up. This is a quinessential example of a great DJ crafting brilliantly unique material from found sounds! 3 long tracks on 2 sides: "ETE Part 4 (Instrumental)", "ETE Part 1" and "ETE: The Beat Edition".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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