Jungle, Breaks, and then more Jungle is the format of the Dragon Lounge. After the first Jungle set, when the Breaks come on, is the perfect time to go outside, smoke, and go to the donut shop accross the street for a Rootbeer Float ($1.95) I suggest forgoing vanilla ice cream for Rocky Road. Back in front of the BBB, I was smoking a cig and finishing my Float, when I saw a familiar face. "What's up Dave?" I said.
Dave shook my hand and said "Your face looks familiar, where do I know you from?"
"Catwalk, at the Fox in May..."
"Oh yeah!" he said, so we got to chill for a minute
and talk about his previous CDs. He said that he has a new CD
coming out in January, which will be recorded live at the end
of this month. If it is anything like his set at the Dragon Lounge,
I will buy, not burn, a copy of the new AK1200 CD.
Now that I warmed up, smoked, and had a Rocky Road Rootbeer
Float, I was ready for the main event. AK1200's state-of-the-art
all-new Jungle set. So new, in fact, that the record he started
his set with will not be available in stores until 2002. A true
"dub plate," AK got the record, a track he produced,
in the mail only hours before his set. Was it any good? Well,
let me say this: It took no effort at all to spring like mad
to this record, not for me, not for anyone.
I gotta give it to this guy, he could spring (note time line)