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Frankie Knuckles Live Chicago, Classic & Funky House DJ-Sets COMPILATION (1977 - 2015)

Frankie Knuckles Live Chicago, Classic & Funky House DJ-Sets COMPILATION (1977 - 2015)

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Frankie Knuckles Live Chicago, Classic & Funky House DJ-Sets BLU-RAY / 16GB USB-DRIVE / DVD COMPILATION (1977 - 2015)

135 Live DJ-Sets + 160 Hours of Music

FORMAT & PLAYING DJ-SETS PACKAGE

All DJ-Sets are provided in High-Quality MP3 Digital-Audio Format and are organised in folders on the media provided.

You will receive all the DJ-Set's in this Compilation on a series of High Quality DVD / Blu-Ray Media Disc's or a Portable USB-Drive

DVD / BLU-RAY - The DJ-Sets Blu-Ray will play on any MP3-Compatible DVD / Blu-Ray Player, Games Console or your Computers Blu-Ray Drive.

USB-DRIVE - You can plug this DJ-Sets USB-Drive into any free USB Port on your Smart-TV, DVD Player, Blu-Ray Player, PC, Games Console, Apple Mac, In-Car MP3-Player or DJ Mixer so offers a variety of ways to play.

You can easily transfer the DJ-Sets into iTunes or to any Digital Music Player from your computer once you have them.

DJ-SETS COMPILATION LISTING

Frankie Knuckles - Live @ Belmont Beach in Chicago (1985) – 30 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ Cafe Boite in Osaka (1993) – 90 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ COD's in Chicago (1992) – 30 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ Gay Pride Day in Chicago (1985) - 75 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ Padrino's in Chicago (1991) – 30 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ Sauers in Chicago (1986) - 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ Sound Factory Bar in NY (04.08.91) – 2 Hours
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ Sound Factory Bar in NY (08.04.91) – 2 Hours
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ The Gallery 21 in Chicago (1987) – 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ Sound Factory Bar in NY (1992) – 2 Hours
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ Sound Factory Bar in NY (1993) – 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ Sound Factory Bar in NY (1994) – 105 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ The Power Plant in Chicago (1980) – 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ The Power Plant in Chicago (1981) – 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ The Power Plant in Chicago (1982) – 90 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ The Power Plant in Chicago (1982) 2 - 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ The Power Plant's (12.12.84) – 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live on Kiss FM (1992) - 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles & Larry Levan - Live in Japan (1990) - 20 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ The Warehouse in Chicago (28.02.81) – 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ The Warehouse in Chicago (28.08.81) – 90 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ The Warehouse in Chicago (1977) – 30 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ The Warehouse in Chicago (1978) - 30 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ The Warehouse in Chicago (1979) – 30 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ The Warehouse in Chicago (1982) – 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ The Warehouse in Chicago (1983) – 20 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ Titilla Cocorico Prima Volta (1990) – 1 Hour
Frankie Knuckles - Live On HOT97 FM in NY (05.05.95) – 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live On HOT97 FM in NY (12.12.93) – 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live On HOT97 FM in NY (18.12.93) – 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live On HOT97 House Party in NY (03.03.92) – 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live On HOT97 House Party in NY (15.01.94) – 90 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live on WBMX Dance Party (1982) – 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live On WBMX Friday Night Jams (1985) – 20 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live On WBMX Friday Night Jams (1987) – 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live On WBMX Hotmix in Chicago (1990) – 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live On WBMX in Chicago (30.08.86) – 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live on WBMX in Chicago (1984) – 90 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live on WBMX in Chicago (1985) - 20 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live on WBMX in Chicago (1986) – 1 Hour
Frankie Knuckles - Live on WBMX in Chicago (1987) – 30 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live on WBMX in Chicago (1988) – 30 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live on WBMX in Chicago (First Mix) - 20 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live On WBMX SNLANJCDP (1986) – 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles & Pharris Thomas - Live on WBMX (1987) - 30 Mins
Frankie Knuckles & Tony Humphries - Live On KISS-FM (1991) - 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ Sound Factory Bar in NY (11.11.94) – 2 Hours
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ Sound Factory Bar in NY (23.04.93) – 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ Sound Factory Bar in NY (1991) – 2 Hours
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ The Power Plant in Chicago (1983) – 90 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ The Power Plant in Chicago (1983) 2 – 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ The Power Plant in Chicago (1984) – 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ The Power Plant in Chicago (1984) 2 – 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ The Power Plant in Chicago (1985) – 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ The Power Plant in Chicago (1985) 2 – 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live @ The Power Plant in Chicago (1985) 3 – 30 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live On WQHT in New York (02.02.94) – 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live in Chicago (1981) – 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live in New York (1996) – 75 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live On HOT97 House Party in NY (24.04.93) – 1 Hour
Frankie Knuckles - Live On HOT97 House Party in NY (04.02.95) - 90 Mins
Frankie Knuckles - Live On HOT97 House Party in NY (19.02.94) – 45 Mins
Frankie Knuckles & DJ Alan King - Live Mix in Chicago (1985) – 90 Mins
Frankie Knuckles & Mickey Oliver - Live on WBMX (1985) – 90 Mins

DJ BIO

New York native Frankie Knuckles was the Dj from 1977 to 1982 at the Warehouse. It is widely accepted that his style of DJing and his selection and the appeal of the Warehouse gave house music its name, although in the beginning, the word house was used only in Chicago to denote something which would become cool, hip, fresh or bad, depending on place and time. Frankie Knuckles had been long time friends with Larry Levan, they had had their musical upbringing together from going to clubs like Loft and the Gallery Frankie Knuckles moved was born in the South Bronx of New York City on the 18th January 1955. He got into DJing after being offered a job by Tee Scott, who he sees as one of the legendary DJs, and was further prompted into it by Larry Levan when they used to work together back in 1972/73 at a New York club called The Gallery which was owned by Nicky Siano.

Frankie recalls the good old days: "The first club I ever went to was The Loft (David Mancuso's now-legendary private party); the first time I went there I wasn't sure what kind of crowd it was: at times it looked very straight, at others, very gay. At that point (in the mid Seventies), sexuality didn't mean a thing

TIMEWARP: Chicago, 1978. The Windy City is not exactly a dance music mecca. Like the majority of American cities still are today, Chicago was a rock and blues town. Plenty of live music and beer swilling bars, but not much in the way of dancing or clubs. A young DJ, newly arrived from New York, opens a club named The Warehouse, and will unwittingly change the lives of thousands of people in the late 80's and early '90s. That DJ was Frankie Knuckles. Says Frankie: "When we first opened in '78, I was playing a lot of the East Coast records, the Philly stuff, Salsoul. By '80/81, when that stuff was all over with, I started working a lot of the soul that was coming out. I had to re-construct the records to work for my dancefloor, to keep the dancefloor happy, as there was no dance music coming out! I'd take the existing songs, change the tempo, layer different bits of percussion over them, to make them more conductive for the dancefloor."

Electronic Mail & Guardian magazine, from a longer article on Frankie when he was touring South Africa:

"Born in New York's Bronx more than four decades ago, Frankie Knuckles has done his time - and done it in some of clubland's most mythical spaces, including New York's Roxy and Sound Factory. He first took to the turntables in the late Seventies, mixing up disco and funky soul at gay venues like Better Days and the Continental Baths, before moving to Chicago in the late Seventies for a residency at the Warehouse, where modern dance music reached a crucial turning point.

The rumour that the term "house" music is derived from the name of this venue is probably not far from the truth, for it's almost certain that this is where - under throbbing strobes and among sweaty bare-chested men and the faintest whiff of amyl-nitrate - the trend found its feet. "The term 'House Music' is derived from the club that the music stems from, 'The WareHouse', in Chicago. Between 1977 and 1983 it was presided over by DJ Frankie Knuckles [he moved there from New York City in 1977], where he played a mixture of underground Disco, Funk, Soul and classic Philly sounds to a loyal following of predominantly black, gay clubbers.

To enhance the music, and create new sounds, innovative ideas were employed such as playing a Roland 909 drum machine under old Philly records - thus emphasising the beats. He would also blend in rhythm tracks that he'd created on reel-to-reel tape recorders to link and boost the music"

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