Dj Jesse Hall
...please enjoy the music while your party is being connected.
Old School Collection Pt 4 of 4
December 16, 2013 09:54 PM PST
80s freestyle and classics mixed from my record collection.Episode 5-Deep House
July 10, 2013 08:36 PM PDT
House mix concept.I need to play with my new gear more. There are a couple spots that to the trained ear make you go "grit teeth... oh ok"! But in general, it feels lovely to me still. Deep quality tunes, but a trendy/club edge to it. I guess? Lots of vocals in here. I just play what i like and what I feel. So enjoy or go listen to some Skrillex I guessGuitar Hero Vs. Cocaine & a 80's DJ (mix)
March 15, 2012 05:04 AM PDT
If your Momma dont dance and your Daddy dont rock & roll, share this mix with em! Maybe we just needed to knock the dust off those ol' songs that they used to air guitar so well! Hell!.. You might like it too! You and your whole family might be feelin' the flashdance vibe and all be gettin footloose together! And if you real lucky! You just might start a block party by playing it loud while you wash the folks station wagon on a saturday afternoon!
And NO, this is NOT Devil music. OZZY was not part of this track list. So you can assure the grown ups that there are no subliminal messages in this music. (none that are bad anyhow =)MC Magoo_Drunken Freestyle_Once Upon a Time in Mexico_1996
August 15, 2011 01:52 AM PDT
WoW!!! Came across this old tape of me freestylin back in 1996! I just had to post this for my close friends! So we could all have a good laugh! This was a typical Saturday night back then. Drinking Olde English and kickin the flows! Thats Scottie Cohen wrappin it up at the end there! And if you listen close.. you can hear Nicole Jackson getting excited in the back a couple times. Along with my other home girls Gina & Tara too. Good times...mixtapes&roommates_Pt2
August 14, 2011 07:32 AM PDT
Old school rave housemixtapes&roommates_pt1_sideA+B
August 14, 2011 06:35 AM PDT
Deep House, speed garage, funky breaks
I'm just your average guy, no "rock stars" here, all though there was a time. I always had a deep love for music, even from child hood, secretly dancing in my bedroom to Madonna. Wearing nothing but my Superman under-roos and trying to master the robot or the scarecrow! Many styles of music came and went since then. Of course I went through my heavy metal phase too! No teenage boy should mature without getting all his angry "head banging" out of his system right! Then there was the "rap" years, which eventually became negative sounding (to me) because of the "gangster rap" explosion! Then... thank my lucky stars! I fell in love with House music the summer of 1992. I was introduced to it by my new English friend Chris Lester, who had just moved to my neighborhood from Brain Tree, England. Back then I didn't know how lucky I was to hear his collection of underground mix tapes! We were listening to tracks that didn't hit "the states" for 3 to 4 years to follow! Those were the days when, if you were driving down the street, and heard House music coming from someones car you flagged them down, cause you knew you had something in common with them. Which is what led me to discover the underground, on many different levels. My stories can go on and on, but for now I just want to say thank you Chris! For introducing me to your friend "Jack"!
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