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if it's all so difficult, why steve starts another dj only label ?
i can't imagine that dj sets sell better then any previous blood&fire release. just a thought.
instead of concentrating to keep b&f alive another label gets the input - why can't blood&fire release a general echo set or something else ?
i really have a problem understanding this step.
dom wrote:next release is in march, it's a compilation from Mick Hucknall of his favourite Blood and Fire tracks, lot's of dub. To mark 10 years of Blood and Fire.
no new signings as yet cos we're peppered and have no cash to license anything yet!
ragudave wrote:Why not get some hip hop / turntablist type person to do a mix / compilation of B&F tracks? The Madlib mix / Mr Scruff compilations seem to go down w soell and introduce a new audience to the label.
His_Imperial_Measurements wrote:"Some ideas...."
Although B+F's original intention was to help some old Jamaican artists realise some cash for their efforts, it seems that these days the only people they're able to help are failed fat and forty British pop stars who are invited to trawl through the back catelogue picking out their favourite tracks in the vain belief that anyone is interested.
Regardless of what one might think about Mick Hucknall's music, it has many times been said by the B&F crew that he had supported the label financially throughout the first years rather than gaining any profit from it. And if he wants to gain some recognition for doing so, he can quite rightly do it.
dom wrote:I'm also hoping to make a new track from sample taken Nuclear Bomb off the In The Dub Zone cd, hip - hop style for new rappers and older JA dj's to voice... maybe a 1 ryhthm lp featuring the best of old school JA guys and new school UK rappers...
what do you reckon?
U Roy & Ms Dynamite??
Roots Manuva & Trinity
U Brown & Rodney P???
all over a ru cut of baba boom...
Ranking Joe & Dizzy??
Dillinger & Black Twang???
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