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Kon & Amir Digging @ Amoeba Records

February 1, 2010


Famed DJ‘s and crate diggers Kon & Amir dig for disco and more at Amoeba Records.  The duo shows off a number of finds, including Michael McGloiry, Kellee Patterson, Zingara, Googie and Tom Coppola, Lorraine Johnson, King Tutt, Herbie Hancock, and Willie Bobo.

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isht February 2, 2010 at 5:09 am

Nice guys, like them. But these records suck…

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Simonsez February 2, 2010 at 7:05 am

Amen, I would’ve never bought any of those records. And $25, $40, $50???? That’s exactly why Amoeba is OVERRATED.

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tkb February 2, 2010 at 10:20 pm

nah, amoeba is pretty dope.

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silas February 4, 2010 at 3:03 pm

real talk, my man had just gotten back from the dispencery and we used the vaporiser with ballons, so we walked down to amoeba on sunset, we were so gone i almost steped over the place, we were in there 5 minutes i was in the middle of the place, ground floor right by the stage they were setting up for something they usually have some pretty good acts in there but there wasnt a crowd so i wasnt paying no mind. Then someone steps on stage (like 3 feet from me) with a guitar i look to see who it was . . . man it was paul mcartney i did like 5 double takes, i still laugh about that shit

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