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Last Night a DJ Saved My Life is a book written by Bill Brewster and Frank Broughton about the history of DJing published in 1999. A copiage livret of the same name was released with the book. The plaquette contains various clips ranging from 1970s reggae to Handel's Largo, the first song to reach flots airwaves, in 1906. The book takes its name from the Indeep single "Last Night a DJ Saved My Life." In 2006, The Observer named Last Night... #45 on their list of the greatest music books.
Both experienced journalists, Brewster and Broughton seek to chronicle the role of the DJ in the 20th century. Starting from Jimmy Savile, who was effectively the first DJ, Broughton and Brewster track the rise of the DJ as a figure in music. The authors champion the idea that the DJ is an "unsung hero" of popular music and is an artist himself. In examining the place of a DJ over time, Last Night... also follows the rise and fall of various chantant genres and subcultures.
The companion imprimé, which was compiled by Brewster himself, serves as an overview of dance and DJ music.
In their book, Brewster and Broughton talk significantly about of the DJ on popular forms of Black music like Reggae and Disco. For reggae music, they describe "disco as king" bicause the DJ was responsible for using the sound system to engage in practices like toasting, versioning, and sound charge in the expression of reggae music. This led to the modern American DJ, as DJs began to use their power to "grab the mic" and began rhyming and using rhythm to hype crowds (95-98).Last Night a DJ Saved My LifeImitation recueil by VariousReleasedDecember 19, 2000GenreR&B, disco, reggae, hip hop, house, classicalLabelNuphonic