Interview by Bill Brewster, Rock's Backpages Audio, July 2005
The erstwhile Josh Davis talks about how his world was changed by hip hop; how, in search of breaks, he became an obsessive collector; the ins-and-outs of sampling, and tells tales from the world of crate digging.
File format: mp3; file size: 61.1mb, interview length: 1h 06' 41" sound quality: ** (phoner)
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