that was the nite......Originally posted by Bernnie Federko
I heard he did this music thing with instruments, and machines. He played for Bev & Willy @ Ritual 4 and tore up industry with his "Vampire of the Night" bit.
i got the flyer somewhere. prob' 97ish... hmmmmmmm... i remember the ceiling sweating, and towards the morning the curtains beginning to fall down. It WAS tight.Originally posted by vveerrgg
that was the nite......
totally blew me away with his blackulla introduction... i remember thinking "who the fuck is this?" then realizing half way through it that it WAS carl craig.
that was another of an amazing nite... anyone know what the date was on that party?
Originally posted by tEkKiD
PaperClip People "throw"
probally the best produced detroit track their is [IMHO]
i think that gig was influential for a lot of us.Originally posted by vveerrgg
seeing him at industry got me into producing music. he did a live show that for whatever reason made me think..... thats what i wanna do. the guy is pretty amazing. but not dancefloor lets do E amazing... more like modern funk amazing.
The Detroit Experiment?Originally posted by mrs peacock
I saw him play with a band a few years ago i cant think of the name, it was really jazzy stuff, i loved it.
from allmusic.comLike the Philadelphia Experiment before it, the Detroit Experiment featured the involvement of several musicians from the city it was named after. After all was recorded and pressed, its range of artists proved to be more diverse than that of The Philadelphia Experiment, boasting names from the fields of jazz, rap, and technver the course of five days, techno pioneer Carl Craig (Paperclip People, Innerzone Orchestra) and producer/percussionist Karriem Riggins (Slum Village, Common) recorded a crew that numbered well over a dozen. Trumpet player Marcus Belgrave (Ray Charles, Charles Mingus, Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra) was one of the key participants, who helped bring along pianist Geri Allen and violinist Regina Carter. Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock veteran Bennie Maupin brought his clarinet and saxophone. Saxophonist/flautist Alan Barnes (the Blackbyrds), guitarist Perry Hughes (Earl Klugh), drummer Ron Otis (Klugh, Aretha Franklin), bassist Jaribu Shahid (Roscoe Mitchell, James Carter), bassist Al Turner (Klugh, Franklin, Nancy Wilson), and keyboardist Amp Fiddler (Parliament, Prince, Moodymann) each brought their extensive experience in the jazz , R&B, and funk worlds. Rappers Athletic Mic League and Invincible also came aboard.