Tuesday, September 1, 2009

DJ AM - Live At Moomba June 2002

So I basically tore my whole world apart looking for these for the past 48 hours. I finally found em at about 5am last night in the middle of a random spindle full of CD's.
I remember Adam burning copies for Shecky Green and I on a visit to LA. I can still hear him saying his classic quote "Aw man this set was wack... Why would you guys want this?"
Oddly enough it was one of the first times he had recorded himself live in a club.

The mixes are from June 2002 and it's him doing that thing he used to, all on Vinyl. The dope thing is that its the first 2 hrs of the night... So he gets pretty open with groovy shit for the first hour and it's perfect.
This mix was hugely inspirational for me and basically changed my whole approach to commercial club gigs. Just listening to it made me a better DJ. Hope it works for y'all too.
I really enjoyed rediscovering this.

DL: DJ AM - Live At Moomba June 2002 pt 1

DL: DJ AM - Live At Moomba June 2002 pt 2


onetwothree said...

hey, thanks for this but there is something wrong with your HTML for the links. give it a look. Thanks again!

(thee) Mike B said...

Thx for the heads up... fixed. Enjoy.

Jenn S. said...

Thanks for these, man- it's such a comfort to hear such great stories from his friends.

Allyson said...

Thank you soooo much for posting/sharing the set...and the story of the set. :-) I love it.

Che said...

Thanks, DLing now

Doug said...

HUGE thanks for this, Mike. Nothing like hearing an all vinyl set. It's so uncommon these days, and just from the little I'v listened so far, these are incredible. Can't wait to hear some more man. Thanks!

sweet dick vega said...

thanks for the mixes yo!! AM looks like an angry Necro LOL

Andrew said...

Very Cool Mike, thank-you.

Zartek said...


These mixes are fantastic. Thanks for digging them up! I have to say, hearing the vinyl is quite a pleasure. I think we all forget that sometimes. Keep 'em Comin' (Pause)

Your Only Friend said...

As Someone who has been hitting up the L.A. club scene heavily just in the past three years and an aspiring DJ. My two local favorites have always been u and AM. Thanks for this amazing mix. Carry the Torch!

Ian said...

So how was this done? On three turntables? Find it hard to believe that the whole Lauryn Hill part of the mix with the blend could have been done on 2 turntables with vinyl.. There was a third table right?

NicoNice said...

Thanks for the mixes!!!! AM R.I.P

NicoNice said...

Thanks for the mixes , AM R.I.P

Glenjamn said...


Anonymous said...

Thank you for spending the endless hours that you did to find these precious recordings in order to share them with Adam's fans. It's comforting to hear his sets....it helps to keep his spirit alive and with us all....It's a way to still connect with him.
Thank you Mike,
Fetty Be

angfoo said...

Thank you for this.

(thee) Mike B said...

Ian... I assure you there were only 2 turntables. The Lauryn/Dennis Edwards blend may have been a bootleg.

Sam said...

Mike B - thanks a lot for these mixes. I, too, am having trouble with the zShare links, though I have them downloaded. Would you mind if I put the mixes on my server later this evening?

Cousin Eddie said...

can you please reup, the links dont work. really want to hear him ripping vinyl

DJ Brandon Lee said...

The download links won't open, can you re-up these, I'd love to hear em. And big thanks to you for digging to find and post these.

Anonymous said...

Can you upload these to mediafire or something? Zshare has been down since last night.

algorhythmz said...

20 hours later... i donno if zshare is comin back...

would you [or someone who grabbed them in time..] post these to mediafire? pweeeze

Flex said...

Man I heard the concorde mixes years ago. But to hear some of his other mixes? Fire! Can Someone please re-up these? Zshare is down. RIP to one of the greats..

carlos said...

Hello and thank you, but the link doesn't work.

Anonymous said...

Peace Mike.

The words are amazing, but I think zshare is down right now. Anyway to re-up this?

I wish I could have seen him live, even moreso to have worked with him. You are blessed to have done both Mike...RIP Adam.

sheigh said...

Hi Mike,

I've been dying to find these - keep hearing about AM pre-Serato, but the links aren't working for me. Are they still posted for DL?

Its amazing to see how many people he touched through his music, his recovery, and other aspects of his life. There will never be another Adam. I'm truly blessed to have had his existence overlap mine in the grand scheme of time & the universe. RIP AM.

(thee) Mike B said...


sheigh said...

A million thank you's for digging these out & uploading them to share Adam's awesomeness with the world. Fortunate as all hell to have spent time with him. He was instrumental in my own recovery, and for that I will eternally grateful - one day at a time.

Last night's service was inspiration, sobering & amusing. I was honored to be in that room with so many others he had blessed. My condolences on your loss. You, his other friends, & family are in my thoughts and prayers as much as he is. Thanks again, Mike.

dvdjamm said...

Thank you for putting these up...RIP DJ AM

Lloyd Christmas said...

Crazy to hear him do some of his signature routines on Vinyl on these sets. Thanks for sharing these, the guy was one of a kind.

djcombo! said...

This is dope as hell, thanks for posting this a lot of great gems on this.

Disconada said...

So far I couldn't find a tracklist on the internets.

I'll give it a first try:
Led Zeppelin - All Of My Love
Notorious B.I.G. - Who Shot Ya (Instrumental)
Lenny Kravitz - I Belong To You
Rolling Stones - Beat Of Burden
Dennis Edwards - Don't look Any Further
Keni Burke - Risin' To The Top
Lauren Hill - Doowop (That Thing)
Fugees - Ready Or Not (Acapella)
Lauren Hill - All My Time
DeBarge - All This Love
AZ - At Night
Chakachas - Stories
Donna Summer - I Love To Love You Baby
Al Green - Love And Happiness
Barry White - It's Ecstasy When You Lay Down Next To Me
Frankie Beverly - Before I Let Go
King Floys - Groove Me
Loose Ends - Hanging On A String
Maceo & Macks - Cross The Track
McFadden & Whitehead - Ain't No Stopping Us Now
KC & Sunshine Band - Give It Up
Time - Jungle Love
Naked Eyes - Promises, Promises
Howard Jones - Things Can Only Get Better
Madonna - Everybody
Hall & Oates - I Can't Go For That
George Benson - Give Me The Night
Michael Jackson & Paul McCartney - Say Say Say

Dazz - Brick
Wham! - Everything She Wants
Sheila E. - Love Bizarre
INXS - Need You Tonight
Prince & Revolution - Kiss
Prince & Revolution - When Doves Cry
Michael Jackson - Billie Jean
Michael Jackson - Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'
Madonna - Into The Groove
Human League - Don't You Want Me
Janet Jackson - All For You
Janet Jackson - When I Think Of You
Janet Jackson - Escapade
Bell Biv DeVoe - Poison
Mr. Cheeks - Lights, Camera, Action
Eminem - Without Me
Truth Hurst - Addictive
Notorious B.I.G. - Hypnotize
Fat Joe & Ashanti - What's Luv?
Slick Rick - Lodi Dodi
Beanie Sigel & Freeway - Roc The Mic
Ashanti - Foolish
Notorious B.I.G. - One More Chance
Usher - You Don't Have To Call
George Michael - Faith
Missy Elliott - Get Ur Freak On
AC/DC - Back In Black
Joan Jett & Blackhearts - I Love Rock N' Roll
Beastie Boys - No Sleep To Brooklyn
Billy Squier - The Stroke
Naughty By Nature - O.P.P.
Jackson Five - I Want You Back
Jackson Five - A.B.C.
George Michael - Freedom '90
Arrested Development - Everyday People
Pharcyde - Passin' Me By
Ja Rule & Jennifer Lopez - Ain't It Funny
Lenny Kravitz - American Woman
Jennifer Lopez & Ja Rule - I'm Real
Foxy Brown - Oh Yeah
Dawn Penn - No, No, No
Notorious B.I.G. - Juicy