Music for Tu Monday.
I remember walking into The Sound Library, a boutique record shop in the east village in the late Nineties and hearing something special. It was a short cut off a white label Lord Finesse promo. Rare. Finesse chopped-up and looped a famous Marvin Gaye record on an SP-1200. Man, it was cool. I eventually got a copy of the beat and when I passed it along to my pal Alan, he dumped it in Pro Tools and cleaned it up.
Years later, I got married and made a mix for The Wife. Little Miss Sunshine was and is one of her favorite movies so Alan and I cut up dialogue by Alan Arkin and fit it over the Finesse-Marvin Gaye beat.
And smile: it won’t mess up your hair.
And now, for something completely different…
Weren’t expecting that…were you?
[Painting by Ger Eikendal]
Dance little sister, dance.
[Drawing by Ken Mat]
Here is a track I produced with a friend. It was on a mix cd for my wife around the time we got married. The Marvin Gaye cut was looped by Lord Finesse and appeared on a rare white label record. A friend of mine played me the loop, sampled in an SP-1200, in the late 1990s and was kind enough to burn it to a CD.
The dude I made this track with put the loop into his Pro Tools and cleaned it up some. The dialogue that runs over the music here is from one of my wife’s favorite movies: Little Miss Sunshine.
[Photo Via: Holy Friend]
I run up on her. She was about seven feet tall. Built like an Amazon. Had Mens climbing the Walls.
I said ‘Hello, Baby.”
She said, “Hello, little fella.”
I said, “I likes that.”
[Photo Credit: oio]