Interview w/ Rewind Selector Creator [includes OG dubs list]

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Interview w/ Rewind Selector Creator [includes OG dubs list]

Post by infix » Thu Jan 25, 2007 11:33 pm

Long story made short- I found the guy who actually created the 56 track bootleg Rewind Selector. His name is Matt Maguire, and by chance, I found him on the Q&A site AllExperts.com. His profile mentioned that he created Rewind Selector. I got persmission to repost my question and his answer here.

This is the question I asked him-

Question:
I have been a huge fan of the Sublime bootlegs for years and I had downloaded every file from Sublemon and Sublime Archives before they got shut down. My favorite of all these bootlegs was, indeed, Rewind Selector. It is incredible to be able to communicate with the man who created such a fine mix of Sublime's music and influences.

I am also a Sublime expert on AllExperts, and I am also extremely interested in bands that influenced Sublime, and I listen to music by the Minutemen, the Specials, Horace Andy, Bob Marley, NWA, Public Enemy, Toots and the Maytals, Peter Tosh, Minor Threat, Half Pint, the Born Jamericans, the Ziggens, KRS-One, and so many others.

When did you first create the bootleg, and how long did it take to create? What software was used to mix the tracks together, and how did you locate each song that was mixed with the Sublime versions?

My biggest question would be... would you ever consider making a new version of Rewind Selector? There are so many more covers and samples taken from other bands that aren't covered in the 56 songs on the original Rewind Selector.

I had created a list months ago which documents a vast majority of the songs that Sublime covered or took samples from. Here is the list, which I originally posted at SublimeSpot here. (You must be a member of the site to view it)

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As you can see, there are so many other covers and samples that are not revealed in the original Rewind Selector, especially after the release of the new Everything Under The Sun box set. I am entirely serious in asking if you would be interested in creating, or helping someone else create, a new Rewind Selector bootleg that documents even more Sublime material, while still keeping original Selector material intact. I have been thinking about a new Rewind Selector bootleg for months, and would love to see one come together. In my opinion, you are the perfect person to ask about this. Please message me back.

-Vince

This is the answer I received-

Vince,

Thanks a ton for your interest in my work. Let me preface this response by giving credit to a guy named heLTa for creating the original Rewind Selector. It was project of his mind that I picked up and turned into more of a catalog of Sublime's roots. I built from his 14 (?) track version and added to it religiously for a while, considering it to be a living work that I would always expand upon. I have not worked on it in at least 6 years and it's no longer available since http://www.sublemon.com went defunct and could no longer carry it. However, I send it out to people all the time and hand it out to anyone who is interested in giving it a spin. I find it's an easy solution to the kid who asks "Excuse me, but can you tell me which bands sound like Sublime" That terrible cliche of a question points in the wrong direction because so many people will try to emulate Sublime's sound, but that usually leaves a bitter taste in the mouth of a fan because it can't BE Sublime. Instead, I tend to focus on what Sublime liked and what they mixed in their "rub-a-dub blender" to produce tunes that fill the CDs you and I love. I hope I can prevent a few people from narrowing their horizons and looking for Pepper or Badfish (no offense to fans of those bands, they're fine, but my point remains) and instead looks outward to all the bands that Sublime liked, giving them a taste of each, and letting them decide to pursue more or not. I don't love it all, but I am interested in it all.

I'm not sure if All Experts will butcher this list, but I have a document that I work on that helps me categorize each DIRECT influence by listing the song, the artist, and, if I've done it yet, where you can unquestionably find the song in Sublime. That will be at the bottom of the page, probably jumbled and ugly, but drop me an email (this goes to anyone who reads this) at mdmaguirespam AT comcast DOT net and I'll send you the excel spreadsheet. It's very incomplete and I always add to it. I by no means will tell you that I know all of this off the top of my head, but I do know 1000 people who know 10 of these things each and I've collected the data. A special thanks to Sean who helped with much/most of the discoveries, Juhani out in Finland for some of the rarer tracks, long-time members of the Curb for a decade of information, and others for support.

Answers to your questions quick and dirty: This boot has been around for a long time, but I made a 36 track one in 2000 and made the 56 track one from 2000-2001. I have at least 15 new tracks that I'd like to do. Some are easy, but some (Doin Time, Prophet with Bobby D and SS for example) are going to be downright impossible. Am I done making them? No. I want to make more, but I do have a job and I don't have the software to do it since getting OSX for my Mac. Yeah, I used an OLDSCHOOL 400k program from VersionTracker.com to make all the tracks. It was an audio editing 2-channel freeware program (I forget the name, but it's still on my computer, but only runs on OS 9). Sean (last name omitted) did a lot of the research for stuff I never would have noticed. I compiled everything I did notice and made lists. I know so many collectors of reggae and other music that have been valuable resources and good help. I've also been on the Skunk message boards for far too long, feeding on collective knowledge. Most notably, I ran the Hotline server that was the precursor to Dunny, Chris, and Pablo's SublimeArchive and that's where all of those tracks came from. When I ran that, it was a general rule that if you had anything I was looking for, you'd donate it to help grow the collection. Worldwide knowledge can really help in monumental projects.

I can't view that list you wrote because I am required to log in and I actually don't have a username to the Spot. I applied and might get it in a day or two, but I probably know everything on your list. I didn't stop because I was done; I stopped because I wanted to do a bunch before a re-release. That day just never really happened. Here's how I would make a new RS: I could talk with you about the process (simple, but takes a lot of time and patience) and would not protest if you did some tracks with my help. I might even do them myself, but I'd want to overlook the process.

I will be reposting my original Rewind Selector list here, and will be frequently updating it with new additions from Matt.

To easily find a particular song or album, press [Control + F] to open your browser's "find" option, and search for what you are looking for.



40 OZ. TO FREEDOM

Waiting For My Ruca ---- History Lesson Part II (Minutemen) [Punk rock changed our lives]

Get Out! ---- It's Expected I'm Gone (Minutemen) [drum fill]
Get Out! ---- Slow Ride (Beastie Boys) [opening horns]
Get Out! ---- Clean Up Woman (Betty Wright) [background sample]
Get Out! ---- If It Ain't Ruff (N.W.A) [let me bust a freestyle then]
Get Out! ---- Clips from the film Scarface [Fuck you mang!]
Get Out! ---- Fuck 'Em (The Geto Boys) [I got a bone to pick]
Get Out! ---- Moby Dick (Led Zeppelin) [drumroll at 1:14]
Get Out! ---- Lemon Song (Led Zeppelin) [bassline at the end]
Get Out! ---- Four Legged Zoo (School House Rock) [ 1, 2, 3, 4, elk and bison, a gnu or two]

Smoke 2 Joints ---- Smoke 2 Joints (Toyes)
Smoke 2 Joints ---- Clips from Beyond The Valley of the Dolls [reefers...]
Smoke 2 Joints ---- Outside! (Ziggens) [smoked cigarettes...]
Smoke 2 Joints ---- Na Touch Da Jus (Just Ice) [smoke a big spliff...]
Smoke 2 Joints ---- We Want Eazy (Eazy E) [Aw, Yeah.]
Smoke 2 Joints ---- No More Questions (Eazy E) [eazy e were you...]
Smoke 2 Joints ---- Rock Me Tonight (Freddie Jackson) [Rock me tonight for old times sake]

We're Only Gonna Die ---- We're Only Gonna Die (Bad Religion)
We're Only Gonna Die ---- Clips from the film Network [punks are running wild in the street...]

Don't Push ---- Could You Be Loved (Bob Marley)
Don't Push ---- Comfortably Numb (Pink Floyd)
Don't Push ---- Buffalo Soldier (Bob Marley) [Stolen from Africa]
Don't Push ---- Lookin' Down the Barrel (Beastie Boys) [Racism is schism]
Don't Push ---- Up All Night (Boomtown Rats)[Up all night]
Don't Push ---- Wake The Town (Tenor Saw) [Go and wake the town, tell the people the news... tell them reggae music is on the loose)

5446 / Ball and Chain ---- 5446 Was My Number (Toots and the Maytals)
5446 / Ball and Chain ---- Boops (Supercat) [Say Boops say... kissed and caressed]

Badfish ---- Nite Klub (The Specials) [Parasite... creep at night]
Badfish ---- All The Fun That We Missed (The Ziggens) [inspiration for the song, confirmed in the sublime live 94-96 dvd]

Let's Go Get Stoned ---- Let's Go Get Stoned (Ray Charles) [lets...]
Let's Go Get Stoned ---- The New Style (Beastie Boys) [Drumroll and KICK IT!]
Let's Go Get Stoned ---- Just Don't Bite It (N.W.A) [damn... lick my balls]
Let's Go Get Stoned ---- Contract on the World (Public Enemy) [WORD!]
Let's Go Get Stoned ---- #1 Hit Song (Minutemen)
Let's Go Get Stoned ---- Rebel Without A Pause (Public Enemy) [The rhythm the rebel]

New Thrash ---- I Don't Live Today (Jimi Hendrix) [there ain't no life nowhere]

Scarlet Begonias ---- Scarlet Begonias (Grateful Dead)
Scarlet Begonias ---- Funky Drummer (James Brown) [drum fill]

DJs ---- Ride Natty Ride (Bob Marley) [dreadie got a job to do...]
DJs ---- Message To You, Rudy (Specials) [stop your messing around]
DJs ---- Na Touch Da Jus (Just Ice) [all of the people surely you've taken a lesson...]

Right Back ---- Mix Up Mix Up (Bob Marley) [Bright holiday - holiday!]

What Happened ---- Tequila (Champs)
What Happened ---- Rhapsody in Blue (George Gershwin) [opening horn sample]

New Song ---- Atomic Dog (George Clinton) [Why must I feel like that?]
New Song ---- Can't Do Nuttin' For Ya Man (Public Enemy) [Runnin' from a gun, or some brain that weighs a ton]

Date Rape / Rawhide ---- Rawhide (Frankie Laine)

Hope ---- Hope (Descendents)

KRS-One ---- Charlie Mack (DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince) [drum beat]
KRS-One ---- You Must Learn (Boogie Down Productions) [Must Learn...]
KRS-One ---- Tough (Kurtis Blow) [Damn Tough!]
KRS-One ---- Breath Control (Boogie Down Productions) [chorus]
KRS-One ---- The Style You Haven't Done (Boogie Down Productions) [Meet our producer, Be-biddy by-by-by]

Rivers Of Babylon ---- Rivers Of Babylon (The Melodians)


ROBBIN' THE HOOD

Waiting For Bud ---- Basketball Throwdown (Fantastic Freaks & The Cold Crush Brothers) [I told ya'll, here they come now, you see that?...]

Steady B Loop Dub ---- Bring The Beat Back (Steady B) [beat sample]
Steady B Loop Dub ---- Look Youthman (Barrington Levy) [Jah Jah is coming]

Steppin' Razor ---- Steppin' Razor (Peter Tosh)

Greatest Hits ---- Diseases (Michigan & Smiley) [Opening guitar riff]

Free Loop Dub ---- Loaded (Primal Scream) [sample]
Free Loop Dub ---- Chuckie (Geto Boys) [Fuck! Chuck's on a killing spree...]

Saw Red ---- She's Mine (Barrington Levy) [Everyday I love her just a little bit more...]

Cisco Kid ---- Clips from the Cisco Kid TV show [Here's adventure...]
Cisco Kid ---- Introduction (Guru) [horn sample]
Cisco Kid ---- When The Music's Over (Doors) [organ sample]
Cisco Kid ---- Clips from the movie Scarface [...eating pussy?]
Cisco Kid ---- Lost Mi Love (Yellowman) [She must have gone with the boss D.J.]

STP ---- I Second That Emotion (Smokey Robinson) [gonna give me kisses sweet...]

Boss DJ ---- Do It Twice (Bob Marley) [partial cover]
Boss DJ ---- Roots Rockin' (Aswad) [partial cover]

Falling Idols ---- Falling Idols (Falling Idols)

All You Need ---- Fight Like A Brave (Red Hot Chili Peppers) [no one can tell you, you've got to be afraid...]

Farther I Go ---- Farther I Go (Mudhoney)


SUBLIME (DELUXE EDITION)

Trenchtown Rock ---- Trenchtown Rock (Bob Marley)

Doin' Time ---- Summertime (Gershwin)
Doin' Time ---- I Wish (Skee Lo) [sample]
Doin' Time ---- Jump For Jah (Ini Kamoze) [we've come off the shelf...]
Doin' Time ---- Slow And Low (Beastie Boys) [we can move it like this, it's the place to be]

What I Got ---- Loving (Half Pint)
What I Got ---- Lady Madonna (Beatles)
What I Got ---- My Mom Smokes Pot (Rolling Scabs)
What I Got ---- Life Is Too Short (Too Short) [Too Short!]
What I Got ---- Nappy Heads Remix (Fugees) [...with my bulletproof vest]
What I Got ---- Have Your Ass Home By 11 (Richard Pryor) [Fuck, you can't even sing]

Wrong Way ---- It's Up To You (The Specials) [It's up to you, what you really wanna do]

Pawn Shop ---- War Deh Round a John Shop (Wailing Souls)

April 29, 1992 ---- Black Korea (Ice Cube)
April 29, 1992 ---- Deep Cover (Dr. Dre / Snoop Dogg) [187...]
April 29, 1992 ---- Shook One Part I (Mobb Deep) [sample]
April 29, 1992 ---- La Di Da Di (Dougee Fresh) [I'm feeling sad...]
April 29, 1992 ---- Original Gangster of Hip-Hop (Just Ice) [Homicide, never doin' no time]

Seed ---- Mr. Moto (Belaires) [solo cover]

Jailhouse ---- Jailhouse (Bob Marley)
Jailhouse ---- Roll Call (Tenor Saw) [Version, version, reggae version]

Caress Me Down ---- Caress Mi Down (Clement Irie)
Caress Me Down ---- Pumpkin Belly (Tenor Saw) [Bassline]

The Ballad Of Johnny Butt ---- The Ballad Of Johnny Butt (Secret Hate)

Same In The End ---- I Can See For Miles (Who) [I can see for miles and miles and miles]

Get Ready ---- Are You Ready? (Frankie Paul)
Get Ready ---- contains elements from a KRS-One Speech

Garden Grove ---- Funky Worm (Ohio Players) [sample]
Garden Grove ---- Dread Beat An' Blood (Linton Kwesi Johnson) [sample]

I Love My Dog ---- I Luv I Jah (Bad Brains)

Little District ---- Little District (Eric Monty Morris)

Zimbabwe ---- Zimbabwe (Bob Marley)

What I Got Alternate Version ---- Round 6 (Prince Jammy)

SECOND HAND SMOKE

Get Out! Remix ---- Cremation Services (Jerky Boys) [you're driving me fuckin' nuts over here, chief...]

Don't Push ---- Rough and Rugged (Shinehead) [rough and rugged, I keep my body strong...]

Legal Dub ---- Legalize It (Peter Tosh)

Doin' Time Eerie Splendor Remix ---- Green Eyed Lady (Jerry Corbetta)

ACOUSTIC: BRADLEY NOWELL AND FRIENDS

Big Salty Tears ---- Big Salty Tears (Ziggens)

Marley Medley ---- Guava Jelly (Bob Marley)
Marley Medley ---- This Train (Bob Marley)
Marley Medley ---- Cornerstone (Bob Marley) [Stone that the builder refused...]

Eye Of Fatima ---- Eye Of Fatima, Part I (Camper Van Beethoven)

It's Who You Know ---- It's Who You Know (X)

EVERYTHING UNDER THE SUN

Roots Of Creation ---- Mi Believe Summer Holiday (Yellowman) [My ink is dry, My love for you, it will never ever die...]

Johnny Too Bad ---- Johnny Too Bad (Slickers, then covered by UB40)

I'm Not A Loser ---- I'm Not A Loser (Descendents)

'91 Freestyle ---- Hip Hop Rules (Boogie Down Productions)

Shame In Dem Game ---- Shame In Dem Game (HR)

Angelo ---- Do You Want Me (Salt-N-Pepa) [No time for funny games, that ain't even why I came]

One Cup Of Coffee / Judge Not ---- Judge Not (Bob Marley)
One Cup Of Coffee / Judge Not ---- One Cup Of Coffee (Bob Marley)

Lou Makes Friends ---- Lazer Beam (Don Carlos) [Pass Me The Lazerbeam...]

Youth Are Getting Restless ---- Youth Are Getting Restless (Bad Brains)

House Of Suffering ---- House Of Suffering (Bad Brains)

Great Stone ---- Elementary (Horace Andy) [Check out my style...]
Great Stone ---- Great Stone (Half Pint) [Under that great stone...]
Great Stone ---- Real Ting (Mad Lion) [Real, real real, Jah so real to me]

Minor Threat ---- Minor Threat (Minor Threat)

Legalize It ---- Prison Oval Rock (Barrington Levy) [Cool and deadly...]

Foreman Freestyle ---- Lowrider (War)

Prophet ---- Ain't No Prophet (Slightly Stoopid)
Prophet ---- If I Were A Carpenter (Bobby Darren) [Would you marry me anyway]

Miami ---- contains elements from a KRS-One Speech [can you stand the rain?]

Foolish Fool ---- Foolish Fool (Dee Dee Warwick)

89 Vision ---- Hip Hop Rules (Boogie Down Productions) [Is it because we got the 89 vision?]

Sweet Little Rosie ---- Sweet Little Rosie (Major Worries)

Just Another Day ---- Just Another Day (Falling Idols)

Prince Of Sin ---- Prince Of Sin (Falling Idols)

At It Again ---- Dancehall Vibes (Half Pint) [Don't mean to brag, Don't mean to boast...]
At It Again ---- Ko Lo Ko (Clement Irie) [Don't touch the ko lo ko... don't touch the crack]

Real Situation ---- Real Situation (Bob Marley)

Soundcheck Jam ---- Send A Moses (Barrington Levy) [Bassline]

Hong Kong Phooey ---- Hong Kong Phooey (performed by Scatman Crothers, written by Hanna/Barbera)

Leaving Babylon ---- Leaving Babylon (Bad Brains)


MISCELLANEOUS LIVE / BOOTLEG MATERIAL

100 Weight Of Collie Weed ---- 100 Weight Of Collie Weed (Carlton Livingston)

A Ninja Me Ninja ---- A Ninja Me Ninja (Courtney Melody)

Adult Books ---- Adult Books (X)

Brand New Day ---- Brand New Day (No Doubt)

Cost Of Living / Level The Vibes ---- Cost Of Living (Half Pint)
Cost Of Living / Level The Vibes ---- Level The Vibes (Half Pint)

Craven Choke Puppy ---- Craven Choke Puppy (Bob Marley)

Crazy / Tie One On ---- Crazy (Patsy Cline)
Crazy / Tie One On ---- Tie One On (The Ziggens)

Dachau Cabana ---- Dachau Cabana (Vandals)

Dr. Woo ---- Dr. Wu (Minutemen, Steely Dan)

Fugees Freestyle ---- Vocab Hip-Hop Remix (Fugees)

Good Old College ---- Good Old College (Red Dragon)

Hammer ---- Hammer (Bob Marley)

I Shot The Sheriff ---- I Shot The Sheriff (Bob Marley, Eric Clapton)

Jamming ---- Jamming (Bob Marley)

King Step Dub ---- King Step (Pato Banton)

Lou Dog Went To The Moon ---- The Day That Lassie Went To The Moon (Camper Van Beethoven)

MyAge ---- MyAge (Descendents)

Our Faith ---- Our Faith (Bad Brains)

Party At Ground Zero ---- Party At Ground Zero (Fishbone)

Prison Oval Rock ---- Prison Oval Rock (Barrington Levy)

Ring The Alarm ---- Ring The Alarm (Tenor Saw)

Romantic Girl ---- Romantic Girl (Winston Reedy)

Saw Red Bandelero ---- Bandelero (Pinchers)

Sour Grapes ---- Sour Grapes (Descendents)

Tim The Dinosaur ---- Tim The Dinosaur (Ziggens)

Unite ---- Unite (Courtney Melody) [Wanie was a good boy, Wanie was a boy who steals]

War On The Boulevard ---- War On The Boulevard (Falling Idols)

Warning Sign ---- Warning Sign (Born Jamericans)

Welcome, Tomorrow ---- Welcome, Tomorrow (Love and Rockets)

Winner Takes It All ---- Winner Takes It All (Half Pint)




SOURCES

Matt Maguire, the original creator of Rewind Selector
the liner notes of the albums
the iTunes Music Store for the previews
other SublimeSpot threads
http://everything2.com/
http://robbinthehood.com/wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page
the original rewind selector bootleg (thanks, swanny!)
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Re: My conversation with the creator of Rewind Selector

Post by swanny » Fri Jan 26, 2007 2:18 pm

infix wrote:.......
SOURCES

Matt Maguire, the original creator of Rewind Selector
the liner notes of the albums
the iTunes Music Store for the previews
other SublimeSpot threads
http://everything2.com/
http://robbinthehood.com/wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page
the original rewind selector bootleg (thanks, swanny!)

No problem, bro.
I read most of that, but nice job
I still wonder where he got some of those tracks...
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Post by spam bot » Tue Jan 30, 2007 1:49 pm

wowzers this is sweet....

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Matt posts as Cardinaldub?

I think so...not sure....

what is his(your) screen name

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Post by spam bot » Tue Jan 30, 2007 2:36 pm

oh its not cardinal dub its Louis Fat and Sassy....I actually talk to this guy time to time...had no clue he did rewind selector...

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Post by sublemon.com » Sun Feb 18, 2007 1:40 pm

For what it's worth, you can still download Rewind Selector at http://www.sublemon.com/members/songs_by_album.php3.

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Post by Smith » Sun Feb 18, 2007 1:54 pm

The last time I tried it said invalid folder I'll try again.

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Post by IslandReggae » Sun Feb 18, 2007 11:30 pm

wow, fuck me. good research man. impressed. :clap:
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Post by infix » Mon Feb 19, 2007 5:06 am

thanks, guys. it was awesome getting an answer from this guy, and it was even cooler talking to him on aim. through the mail he sent me a disk of many original artists' versions of songs that influenced sublime that he didn't put on rewind selector (he also sent me an everything under the sun card and 2 boxes of matches).

i want to get working on these new tracks to add to rewind selector, but i dont know any software for windows that i can use to mix the AAC (itunes) formatted tracks that i have. does anyone know anything i can download to do that with?

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Post by had_a_dat » Mon Feb 19, 2007 1:15 pm

in the settings somewhere in itunes you can covert them to mp3 or others rather than acc
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Post by infix » Mon Feb 19, 2007 6:46 pm

had_a_dat wrote:in the settings somewhere in itunes you can covert them to mp3 or others rather than acc


awesome, ill check on that. will that make the files larger or not compatable with the ipod?

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Post by Brandon » Mon Feb 19, 2007 11:28 pm

i got to talk to LC from the hills through myspace, but damn this was way cooler! Congrats! It's awesome to talk to down to earth people who were apart of the whole "scene".
I can honestly say I listened to Sublime 3 months straight... like literally home, in car, ipod, nothing but Sublime

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Post by sublemon5446 » Fri Feb 23, 2007 8:48 am

Kick ass man, :clap:
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Post by infix » Sat Feb 24, 2007 4:58 am

i will be doing MAJOR updates to this list soon as I add from Matt's sources. Would it be ok if i posted each time i make an update?

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Post by D-FENZ42 » Sat Feb 24, 2007 7:04 am

Yeah man, by all means, whatever info you feel like passing along is all good.
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Post by Pablo » Sat Feb 24, 2007 12:10 pm

nice

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Post by swanny » Sun Feb 25, 2007 1:56 pm

why don't you just edit your original post
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Post by infix » Sun Feb 25, 2007 10:35 pm

thats what i am planning to do, but i'd like to let you guys know each time i do that by posting again. i will also tell you what i changed or added. i will start doing that very soon.

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Post by infix » Mon Feb 26, 2007 4:39 am

Here is what was just added-

Smoke 2 Joints ---- Rock Me Tonight (Freddie Jackson) [Rock me tonight for old times sake]

Don't Push ---- Buffalo Soldier (Bob Marley) [Stolen from Africa]
Don't Push ---- Wake The Town (Tenor Saw) [Go and wake the town, tell the people the news... tell them reggae music is on the loose)

5446 ---- Boops (Supercat) [Say Boops say... kissed and caressed]

Greatest Hits ---- Diseases (Michigan & Smiley) [Opening guitar riff]

What I Got ---- My Mom Smokes Pot (Rolling Scabs)
What I Got ---- Life Is Too Short (Too Short) [Too Short!]
What I Got ---- Mona Lisa (Fugees) [...with my bulletproof vest]

April 29, 1992 ---- La Di Da Di (Dougee Fresh) [I'm feeling sad...]

Caress Me Down ---- Caress Mi Down (Clement Irie)

Great Stone ---- Real Ting (Mad Lion) [Real, real real, Jah so real to me]

Prophet ---- If I Were A Carpenter (Bobby Darren) [Would you marry me anyway]

Craven Choke Puppy ---- Craven Choke Puppy (Bob Marley)

Unite ---- Unite (Courtney Melody) [Wanie was a good boy, Wanie was a boy who steals]



We still have a lot more to add.

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Post by infix » Thu Mar 01, 2007 11:30 pm

Check out the Rewind Selector myspace here-

http://www.myspace.com/rewindselector



We will be updating it frequently and adding more new tracks until we get shut down.

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Re: My conversation with the creator of Rewind Selector

Post by LouIsFatAndSassy » Sat Mar 24, 2007 2:40 pm

Well Sublime Spot finally let me become a member...not sure what that was all about.

I'm glad to see that people still pay attention to this thing I worked on diligently years back. Thanks for the support.

I have some news and a correction (even after 10 years, you still learn new things). I spoke with a guy at Harvard who was doing a dissertation about reggae and he cites Sublime in his work. He's specifically addressing something called "Mad Mad riddim" which we latched onto as the source of the guitar riff in Greatest Hits. We point out that it's straight from Michigan and Smilie's "Diseases"... Perhaps, perhaps not. It is reggae's "Mad Mad Riddim" which originates with Alton Ellis from 1967 and also by Yellowman. I know Sublime listened to Yellowman, so I need to make sure we're using the right track. But the same "Mad Mad Riddim" is found in many influences:

Alton Ellis, “Mad Mad Mad,” Studio One, 1967
Jennifer Lara, “Hurt So Good,” Studio One, 1974
Michigan & Smiley, “Diseases,” Volcano, 1981
Yellowman, “Zunguzungunguzunguzeng,” Volcano, 1982
Nicodemus, “Boneman Connection,” Volcano, 1982 (as played by Mighty Crown soundsystem)
Lord Sassafrass, “Horseman Connection,” Starlight, 1982
Yellowman, “Solider Take Over,” Taxi, 1982
Roland Burrell, “Johnny Dollar,” Taxi, 1982
Winston Hussey, “Body No Ready,” Power House, 1984
Tenor Saw, “Golden Hen,” Uptempo/Hummingbird, 1986
Boogie Down Productions, “Remix for P Is Free,” B-Boy Records, 1987
Macka B, “Airport Problem,” Black Scorpio, 1991
K7, “Zunga Zeng,” Tommy Boy, 1993
KRS-One, “P Is Still Free,” Jive, 1993
Red Dragon, “Girl Yu a Benz,” Digital B, 1993
Beenie Man, “Foreign Minded,” VP, 1994
Bounty Killer, “Kill or Be Killed,” VP, 1994
Sublime, “Greatest Hits,” Skunk Records, 1994
Junior M.A.F.I.A. (ft. The Notorious B.I.G.), “Player’s Anthem,” Atlantic, 1995
Tupac (ft. the Outlawz), “Hit ‘em Up,” Death Row, 1996
De La Soul, Stakes Is High (intro track excerpt), Tommy Boy, 1996
Black Star, “Definition,” Rawkus, 1998
Pish-Posh, “Definition (remix),” Rawkus Primitive, 2000
Michigan & Smiley, “Jah Lick We,” Rashanco, 2002
Tego Calderon, “Bonsai,” White Lion/BMG, 2002
Jin, “Learn Chinese,” Ruff Ryders, 2003
P.O.D. (ft. Matisyahu), “Testify,” Atlantic, 2006

That's what I learned today...I'll keep digging.

Also, I got my hands on the original live dancehall record of all time, which contains a song called "Give Me My Share" by Jah Rubel. Look for that on Rewind Selector if we can work it.

~Lou aka Matt

PS...self promotion: I made my first myspace account (myspace.com/mattmaguire) and I don't have a friend yet...stop by.

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Re: My conversation with the creator of Rewind Selector

Post by chris » Sat Mar 24, 2007 3:21 pm

awesome
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Re: My conversation with the creator of Rewind Selector

Post by Lou's Bitch » Tue Mar 27, 2007 7:32 am

LouIsFatAndSassy wrote:Well Sublime Spot finally let me become a member...not sure what that was all about.

~Lou aka Matt

PS...self promotion: I made my first myspace account (myspace.com/mattmaguire) and I don't have a friend yet...stop by.


hey Matt! I remember ya from the archive and the skunk board.

how the hell are ya?

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Re: My conversation with the creator of Rewind Selector

Post by LouIsFatAndSassy » Tue Mar 27, 2007 8:46 am

I'm great! I remember you, too... It's not every day someone signs up with a name like that...

~Lou

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Re: My conversation with the creator of Rewind Selector

Post by LouIsFatAndSassy » Wed Mar 28, 2007 3:41 pm

Vince --

Correction for the list: Let's Go Get Stoned sample is not from Beastie Boys' "Sabotage". It's from Beastie Boys' "The New Style" [at 0:55 on Licensed to Ill or at 2:08 on the unreleased version].

~Lou

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Re: My conversation with the creator of Rewind Selector

Post by infix » Wed Mar 28, 2007 4:01 pm

Yeah, I hear that now... I'll change it.

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