Steve LeClair – Live At 808 State 1991

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Rave Master of the Psychotropic Freedom Authority, Steve LeClair, recorded live and direct by The Milky Way Acid House Family, at the 808 State rave in 1991.

Steve LeClair – Live At 808 State 1991 (Smile Side)

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Steve LeClair – Live At 808 State 1991 (Heart Side)

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Tape Source: Josh McClintock

11 thoughts on “Steve LeClair – Live At 808 State 1991”

  1. YES… this has always been an AMAZING set! WAs there that night & later got a rough cassette copy (from the promoter) of LeClair’s time on the decks. The best set that entire evening. Steve LeClair was WAY underrated, as was, Michael Cook, in my opinion. They definitely contributed to the LA scene back then, along with Jon Williams. What I’d love to hear is some of their older sets from the UK… legit or perhaps some pirate radio??!! Anyone? :D

  2. It seems that every underground that I attended in the early 90’s had Steve Leclair, Michael Cook, Jon Williams, Barry Weaver and Mr Kool-Aid on every freakin flyer, great times and so many happy faces and positive vibes all around!!!

  3. Not sure what track your refering to on this tape..But I think the track your looking for is” A Homeboy, Hippie , and Funky Dread – Start the Panic”

  4. Steve is a great guy and a true artist and real talented painter.

    I was honored to be able to record and master this tape for him at the 808 concert.
    Mike Paris- AKA Michael Milky- Milky Way Rave Recordings a Untied Nations Underground production from the past.

  5. Mr. Mike Paris – thank you for your vision, dedication and many unforgettable contributions to the lost underground dance culture we once knew. Though many have tried to imitate, they never duplicated. Those recording are pieces of underground history that paved the way for many.
    Clobber1

  6. Smile Side
    Turntable Hype – Set You Free
    Outlander – Vamp
    Quadrophenia – Quadrophenia
    A Homeboy, a Hippie, and a Funky Dread – Total confusion
    L.A. Style – James Brown is Dead
    The Future – Locked in Madness
    9-10-Boy – Revenge of the Gatorade
    ?
    Lennie De Ice – We Are IE
    C.Y.B.E.R.F.U.N.K. – Live at Wunderbar
    Air of Gloom – Meditation
    Pandemic – Slammin
    The Ya Ya’s – Loove
    Tech-Noise – The Sound of Music

    Heart Side
    Air of Gloom – Meditation
    Pandemic – Slammin
    The Ya Ya’s – Loove
    Tech-Noise – The Sound of Music
    Holy Noise – James Brown is Still Alive
    Photon Inc – Generate Power
    The Ragga Twins – Hooligan 69
    Bobby Konders – The Poem
    808 State – Pacific

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