DOCC HILFORD -- Hey, Mr. D.J. -- 1st edition 2008
Sub-titled: "Mentalism you can dance to"
Hilford has a good sense for balancing bold methods with practical handlings. That is, he isn't afraid to use a bold method, as long as he has thought through the best way to minimize the chance that spectators perceive the process as logical and fair.
In this booklet, he teaches (in great detail) one very strong routine which the mentalist divines the songs thought of by two spectators, and can even work it that the DJ begins to play the thought of song.
The routine includes very fair selections from ANY song that the audience can think of -- the audience creates a list of eight songs (really any songs!), and then some spectators mentally think of songs from that list. So although there is a "limiting" element, it comes after some truly unlimited choices.
Hilford uses some clever word-magic to reinforce strong elements of the routine and to minimize the few weak spots. It is this attention to routining which I always appreciate in Hilford's creations.
Look at the back cover photo for more detail on the effects within. The booklet is well-worth the cover price of $20, but I have seen it sold for less, so I will price it in line with the best price I have seen on the printed 1st edition book.