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|1. Keep In Time Theme (Charlie Dark)|
|2. Infinity Of Rhythm Mix (Ammoncontact)|
|3. Bring Madlib Up (DJ Shadow)|
|4. A Peek In Time (Cut Chemist)|
|5. Kings On The Mix (King Britt)|
|6. Paulista Remix (Eric Coleman)|
|7. A Remix In 3 Parts (O.H.N.O.)|
|8. Talking Drums Whispering Vinyl (Quantic Soul Orchestra)|
|9. Roy's Theme (DJ Shadow)|
|10. Dirty Fingered B Boy Edit (J Rocc)|
See all 13 tracks on this disc
|1. Keepintime: Talking Drums Whispering Vinyl (The Original Film)|
|2. Keepintime: A Live Recording (The Show)|
|3. Trailers For Film And Forthcoming Sequel - Brasilintime|
|4. Remixes & Premix: Two Short Films|
|5. Midnight In A Perfect World (DJ Shadow) (Video)|
|6. Extensive Commentaries & Discographies|
Sadly, it took B+ some time to get the funding together for the project and by the time Tokion magazine approved the shoot in the year 2000, Roy Porter was dead. Nevertheless, the shoot went ahead, with the likes of DJ Shadow in attendance and members of the hugely influential DJ team the Beat Junkies and Cut Chemist on hand to jam with Humphrey and Gadson. The fruits of this meeting were captured by Cross on film and the resulting short, "Keepintime: Talking Drums Whispering Vinyl" toured the film festivals of the world to considerable acclaim, as well as DJ Shadow using it as the introduction of his critically acclaimed multi-media tour in support of "The Private Press" album.
But B+ wasnt finished yet. All the participants were so energised by the exercise that he decided to bring them all together for a huge live show in Los Angeles, where DJs and producers including Madlib and NuMark (Jurassic 5) would jam live and create music with these two great drummers. The immediate results of these two unique events are captured here for the first time on DVD. But even then, the man behind the project wasnt finished.
He now sent out the recorded multitrack parts from the live show to a host of the worlds finest producers, who built on the rhythms and added their own individual touches to create a cd of truly epic proportions.
The video extras are a bit more interesting. The remix CD is the best thing in the package - some really good stuff on there, good ninjatune funk vibe and some of it is even quite original. At the price, it's possibly worth buying for this alone if you like your ninjatunes.
The CD audio takes recordings presumably from the concert , cleans them up a little and structures them a little bit better . They still sound a little bit messy though .