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DjProvoke

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dj setlist from Macy Gray 6/20/06
« on: June 21, 2006, 11:38:00 am »
before Macy Gray
 
 1. Steve Spacek- the hills
 2. T-Love- who smoked sunshine
 3. Outkast- so fresh so clean
 4. Dj Spinna- surely
 5. Plant Life- bottle of hope
 6. Barry White- playing your game
 7. Foster Sylvers- misdemeanor
 8. Isley Brothers- who's that lady (Questlove remix)
 9. Ini- the life I live
 10. D'angelo- brown sugar
 11. LIttle Brother- not enough
 12. Dana Dane- cinderfella
 13. Digable Planets- nickel bag
 14. Tom Tom CLub- elephant
 15. Dj Mitsu- negative ion (Sa Ra remix)
 16. Leon Haywood- I wanna do something freaky to you
 17. James Brown- let a man come in and do the popcorn pt.1
 18. Morris Jefferson- spank our blank blank
 19. Brand New Heavies- state of yo (feat. Black Sheep)
 20. Pharrel- can I have it like that
 21. Tribe Called Quest- motivators
 22. J-Live- true school anthem
 23. Gangstarr- dwyck
 24. Common- it's your world
 25. Stevie Wonder- higher ground
 26. Prince- black sweat
 27. Ripple- willie pass the water
 28. Esg- ufo
 29. Ike & Tina Turner- too much women
 30. Betty Davis- game is my middle name
 31. GLoria Lynne- foolish dreamer
 32. Bettye Swann- boy next door
 33. Zulema- it's all right with me
 
 after Macy Gray (my last set)
 
 1. New Edition- cool it now
 2. People Under the Stairs- tuxedo rap
 3. Lou Rawls- dead end street
 
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HoyaSaxa03

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Re: dj setlist from Macy Gray 6/20/06
« Reply #1 on: June 21, 2006, 12:42:00 pm »
great set!
 
 do you have this album? i would think it would fit right into that soul/hip-hop vibe you were going for:
 
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beedubyah

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Re: dj setlist from Macy Gray 6/20/06
« Reply #2 on: June 21, 2006, 12:45:00 pm »
Did anyone actually pay $40 to see Macy Gray?

HoyaSaxa03

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Re: dj setlist from Macy Gray 6/20/06
« Reply #3 on: June 21, 2006, 01:05:00 pm »
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Originally posted by beedubyah:
  Did anyone actually pay $40 to see Macy Gray?
ok, disclaimer: this is complete and total conjecture, just a gut hunch, none of it backed by any kind of fact
 
 i'm thinking that Macy Gray has kind of quietly moved from being a "pop star" appealling to the younger MTV/radio crowds to attracting more of the "contemporary R&B" and neo-soul set (think Me'Shell NdegéOcello fans), who tend to be an older and more wealthy crowd and who don't necessarily change allegiances as someone becomes "unhip"
 
 but hey, what do i know...
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Bombay Chutney

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Re: dj setlist from Macy Gray 6/20/06
« Reply #4 on: June 21, 2006, 01:19:00 pm »
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Originally posted by beedubyah:
  Did anyone actually pay $40 to see Macy Gray?
I didn't this time, but I saw her at the club back in 2003.  I think it cost about the same.  She puts on a great show.

DjProvoke

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Re: dj setlist from Macy Gray 6/20/06
« Reply #5 on: June 21, 2006, 01:35:00 pm »
Yeah that Foriegn Exchange album is nice.  Phonte is the MC on that album and he is in the group Little Brother which I did play. Good call.

Re: dj setlist from Macy Gray 6/20/06
« Reply #6 on: June 21, 2006, 01:42:00 pm »
I would agree. I saw her with the hipsters in 1999 or 2000. Only then, the price was $20 or less.
 
 
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Originally posted by HoyaSaxa08:
   
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Originally posted by beedubyah:
  Did anyone actually pay $40 to see Macy Gray?
ok, disclaimer: this is complete and total conjecture, just a gut hunch, none of it backed by any kind of fact
 
 i'm thinking that Macy Gray has kind of quietly moved from being a "pop star" appealling to the younger MTV/radio crowds to attracting more of the "contemporary R&B" and neo-soul set (think Me'Shell NdegéOcello fans), who tend to be an older and more wealthy crowd and who don't necessarily change allegiances as someone becomes "unhip"
 
 but hey, what do i know... [/b]