The Record Players
The Story of Dance Music Told by History's Greatest DJs
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|Format:||Electronic Book Text, 480 pages|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 23 August 2012|
This book is a tribute to the obsessives, the playboys, the musical eccentrics who founded the craft of DJing. They developed wild new techniques for performing with recorded music, and revolutionised the way we create and enjoy it. They gave us new ways to have the times of our lives and built a worldwide industry of nightlife and dance music. From unsung pioneers to overheated superstars, these are the people who made playing records matter. "The Record Players includes in-depth interviews with 50 of history's most significant DJs, including Fabio, Derrick May, Jeff Mills, Cool Herc, John Peel, Grandmaster Flash, DJ Shadow, Jimmy Savile, Paul Oakenfold, Norman Cook, Pete Tong, Tiesto, Dreem Teem, Jeff Dexter and many more.
About the Author
Bill Brewster is co-owner of dance label Forensic, a renowned DJ and a freelance writer. Frank Broughton is an author and freelance journalist whose work has appeared in NME and Rolling Stone and he was deputy editor of i-D Magazine. They are the authors of Last Night a DJ Saved My Life, How To DJ (Properly): The Art And Science Of Playing Records and "Boy's Own", the Complete Fanzines 1986-92: Acid House Scrapes and Capers.
The story of dance music told by the people who made it happen
|Publisher: ||Ebury Digital|