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Detroit Techno From the Old Scool
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    Detroit Techno From the Old Scool

    This video is great!!! A little lesson on the beginning stages of Detroit Techno, including the masterful "Sharevari". Check this out for some original dance moves and grooves! Tommorrow at Gregory Shiff, we should split the dancefloor like this. Put Jose in some crushed velvet and send him down the line. Hehe!




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    Werd! That is dome old shite! The white guy looks like Napolean Dynomite.

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    I hear the screams, so it sounds live...but is that REALLY the track that they were getting down to???

    I'm pretty hip to Detroit music, but still find it crazy to see so many well-dressed people in a studio dancing to that dark/acid track and it being broadcast on TV...wow!

    ...the white guy was embarrassing, but I would have loved to have been there shaking my ass with those cats!
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    man some were doing the Detroit 'Jit'

    This is the debut of Sharevari. And there is another video of them dancing to Kano's 'I'm Ready'. The B-side of that track 'holly dolly' was the inspiration behind Sharevari.

    check the italian fashions these young Detroit black kids were wearing. First I had ever heard of it was from Dan Sicko's Book TECHNO REBELS. read it!
    Last edited by downlow; 02-02-07 at 08:35 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by downlow View Post
    First I had ever heard of it was from Dan Sicko's Book TECHNO REBELS. read it!
    That's a fucking classic right there man! Neccesary reading for anyone interested in anything techno. Outstanding resource for info on Detroit electronic music. Documents in detail Detroit music from day one through 1st wave, second wave, third wave and up to the present day(well up until the day it was published (May 1999).
    You burned it , YOU DONKEY!

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