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Old Gold EP. Drama Club Recordings. Various - Deep Dirty Filthy Cosmic Boogie Sounds (CDr) G. Mother Liminal. Dance Roll Rhythm. O Boogie is up first, leaning heavy on a rich piano hook that hammers lower register chords over an incessant disco tick, while evergreen track "Papa Was A Rolling Stone" gets re-versioned in such a floor-burning fashion you'll need asbestos boots just to get out alive.
Red Greg's "Inner Rhythm" plies familiar tropes into a sweet instrumental groove that makes all the right moves. Mental Madness Germany. DJ Digress - "Follow Up! DJ Bonebreaker - "Druck! Fukk Whatcha' Heard. Move It Baby. Chi Boogie. Juke Trax Online Vol JKO 28 Sep 06 Electro. Beat Dimensions Vol 1. Clemens Rumpf. Steamed Vol 6. Jab English Riddim Explicit. Disco Strike. The Feel It EP. Frisky At Dawn. For proof, check out this superb retrospective, which Various - Deep Dirty Filthy Cosmic Boogie Sounds (CDr) two decades worth of productions for such labels as Nuphonic, Paper Recordings, Junior Boy's Own and Back 2 Basics.
That much of the material, which also includes more recent collaborations with Ray Mang and Yam Who, still resonates is testament to the quality of Glover's production. Standouts include "Body Rockin" a dubwise, disco-flecked house and the lolloping, jazz-funk-goes-disco-house bounce of "Loose Booty". Elsewhere, the grooves and workouts are pleasingly varied, but all connect in some way to classic house, disco, funk or boogie.
In other words, it's a party-starting collection of bona fide goodtime grooves. Goodies EP. Bassclash Meets Dubstar unmixed tracks. Eixo feat Boogie. Let Your Body Rock. Bases solely on the demo and how you had the amps set, the guitar used, attack, etc.
I liked the Carr clean and the Mesa crunch. I imagine I could make both of them should virtually identical Messages 3, Boogie by a long shot. For recording and live work! I'm Various - Deep Dirty Filthy Cosmic Boogie Sounds (CDr) at how similar they sound to each other. Laurence said:. Yes the Boogie just has that cool thickness. Just lots of mids. You described it well - like a slab of marble. The Carr is a bit airier. Well, it depends on the context eg what sound you are chasing.
I thought both amps did well. Personally, I favored the Carr for the reason De Batz mentioned. The Carr's a bit looser. The MB is quite controlled when clean and dark when dirty. But really, trying them both in context and at normal volumes can quickly sway your opinion. Last edited: Oct 3, FFTT Member. Messages 28, I think the comparison Various - Deep Dirty Filthy Cosmic Boogie Sounds (CDr) being affected by the totally different speakers, cabs, efficiency and the input volume the speakers are seeking.
Messages I don't think you could go wrong with any one of them. Bluesful Supporting Member. Messages 37, Messages 5, Just guitar wise, I like the Carr better. The MB would cut through in a band situation better. It just has that mid sharpness that gets heard in a band, stage situation.
But since this is a solo instrument, living room volume shoot out--Point Various - Deep Dirty Filthy Cosmic Boogie Sounds (CDr). Thanks bro - I sure love my amps, every one Bluesful said:. BTW OP - every video you've posted has had some fantastic tone. Not a bad one in the bunch! The Carr has such a relaxed airy sparkle and the Boogie has that meaty get down to business thickness that, I agree with most of you here, cuts through a live band mix in a really neat way. Especially with a thin Strat, it's nice to have that extra horsepower.
Messages 9, At lower volumes, the Fletcher-Munson effect comes to play, favoring more mid-scooped sounds. I prefer the Carr because of that could be because I have the real Slant 6V, however, and have come to crave that sound! Also, I prefer cleans, and like the Carr cleans better than Mesa's. Here's the clincher, for me I'm particularly sensitive to nasal mids - don't like 'em at all - and the Mesa has a slight nasal mid aspect.
Thanks for the vid! Guinness Lad Member. Messages 15, I used ear buds through a laptop and the Carr sounded like a toy. It has an annoying he end chirp and the lows sounded like a transistor drive. The Mesa was more complete, with a much more solid low end. There could be a little loose low end stuff with the Mesa at higher volumes, this would be typical. The amps sounded nothing alike and the Carr didn't sound near as good as the price would have you believe.
Guinness Lad said:. Messages 31, Carr is notably brighter and better balanced, from here. The MB sounds stifled by the speaker with upped mids and top end rolloff. Good sound for a phone recording. You must log in or register to reply here. Trending Topics W.
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