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My crazy schedule is taking a mini break for the holidays, so will be posting some new stuff up in next week or two. I'm also hoping to reup all the dead links from the blog's archives. Any comments or suggestions are welcome to, I appreciate the feedback. May even entertain the idea of taking some requests Posted by raggamuffin at PM 2 comments:. Killer early's, hip hop inspired anthem big upping the conscious yout! The A Side has Ryck solo, and the flip features a remix featuring Levy chatting not as good as solo.
The 12'' release of this also has a slightly different mix of the Ryck tune. Lastly, I've also seen this 7'' with a red label, instead of a white one like my copy I assume they are both original pressings, but could be wrong. Ryck had a few other releases in the mid's on labels like Digital B, but that's about it. I heard somewhere that he had a reputation in the recording industry for being hard to work with Either way, this is a deadly tune and a nice little addition to anyone's collection!
Just Stan. Just Cool. Posted by raggamuffin at PM No comments:. From a historical standpoint, I was very intrigued by this 7'' when I first picked The Twinkle Brothers Miss Labba Labba up. Instrumental sounds generically mid's Firehouse style and is on the Father Jungle Rock riddim.
Retirement Time. Funny commentary about guys looking "trash" flashy at the dance but then being broke cuz they spent all their cash on clothes and accessories! Materialism is not a new trend, though it's definitely being taken to new heights these days.
Little too rub-a-dubby a beat from Tubby, for my liking, this time though. Buy Babylon. Great tune, but to me, DB just never sounded like he felt too comfortable with the digi riddims, which probably explained his low output in the 80's's compared to earlier in his career.
Sorry for the beat up copy and poor pic! Made My Way To Classic cut of Sleng Teng riddim by chatting teacher Nuts bigging up the Kangal label and sound? Love the blatant ripping off of Kangol hats brand by Burtland Dixon Goes to show how lax things were back then! Either way, we can all agree that in the 80's, Kangol hats and Kangal records both knocked! Felt Beret. I remember first hearing and falling in love with!
Though the LP was released aroundStan Ryck General Levy Easy My Yout Just Cool of the songs were actually Phillip Burrell tunes that had been recorded in UB40 Signing Off mid-late 90's. While some of those songs made it to 7'' and 12'' releases, I don't think the title track did I've never seen an og press available.
I don't have any of the records except for the FP one, which I share here with you. Side A. Side B. Cool likkle riddim by Witty too! Saturday, August 16, Ridiculous cut of Tempo riddim by little recorded singer Robinson. From what I can garner, most of his small catalog of releases date back to the 70's Only the second release by the then new Leggo label, this tune is a much sought after 12''. Re-pressed by Digikiller a little while ago, glad to hear this release getting the recognition it deserves.
Audio shines through nicely on my rip, but sorry for the crappy quality of pic! I Will Go Thru. Love the message here, always reminding us to be undeterred by whatever obstacles life throws at us. If you listen to the lyrics, Robinson starts of by saying "I have to go thru", but by the end he's saying "I will go thru! Rest In Paradise. More excuses, more lagging, but more tunes coming next week I promise I love conscious dancehall Stan Ryck General Levy Easy My Yout Just Cool, especially when they focus on bigging up the likkle youtman.
This is an absolute scorcher by Tubby and classic roots singer Clarke. Wicked one a way riddim with uplifting lyrics make this an awesome release. Right From The Wrong. Kenneth 'Skengdon' Black had many a big hit with all the top dogs of the golden years A big part of that was due to having the keyboard Stan Ryck General Levy Easy My Yout Just Cool Jackie Mittoo at his side. This tune however was produced by Sugar himself Stan Ryck General Levy Easy My Yout Just Cool a favor to Black for letting him use his studio on one of his many trips to Miami to secretly cut dubplates for the Youth Promotion clashes.
Probably the only dancehall tune I've ever heard use a digital harp effect, but of course Sugar pulls it off smoothly! New Name released a lot of traditional dancehall in the early 90's, but as songs like this can attest, they were also early pioneers of the digi roots sound. Bees has recorded sporadically over the years, starting in the late 80's, briefly joining Black Uhuru in the late 90's, and still releasing Oasis Roll With It intermittently to this day.
It Ain't Easy. Thursday, June 5, Ohh man this is another rare record for you guys! Irie spins a story about trying to go on tour to Paris but the plane crash lands Hilarious and brilliant tune, though he really just ends up repeating the same verse twice in a row.
For some strange reason only Side A included the version which I've left on for you here. Thundering cut of Billy Jean riddim inna early 90's stylee.
Released around same time as Junior Delgado's Mona Lisa also on this blog. Big tune! Show Your Potential Every Time. Only tune he ever cut for Fattis Burrell, I believe. Tu Amor. During the peak of dancehall in the 80's, everyone was trying to make a name for themselves as an entertainer, and thus taking stage names to be recognized.
Some were silly nicknames and slick sounding titles, while others were meant to sound like real names example: Paul Blake Stan Ryck General Levy Easy My Yout Just Cool Frankie Paul. I do not know if Wayne Palmer was his name given to him at birth, but it is the stage name later used to cut some Stan Ryck General Levy Easy My Yout Just Cool records. Palmer unfortunately had a rather generic name, and coupled with a low volume of work released, the artist has flown Embryo Apo Calypso the radar of a lot of reggae fans.
Digi collectors though are well aware of him, particularly his work with King Stan Ryck General Levy Easy My Yout Just Cool and also Hugh Redman James. Here is probably his hardest tune by Tubby other than Hell In A Townthough sadly my copy has seen better days. Either way check it out! Loafting Time. Oooooh weeee this is a tuff Stan Ryck General Levy Easy My Yout Just Cool chune! Wicked one a way cut of Stalag that almost doesn't resemble the original riddim at all.
This one was later repressed by Dub Store in their Redman International collab release, where 12 of Hugh James biggest tunes were re-released. Memory Time. Sunday, June 1, More coming in next few days This bad boy on the Stalag riddim completely stormed the island and catapulted Tenor to stardom. Originally written for the famous 4 Sound Clash of for Youth Promotion, it was swooped by up Winston Riley and released on his Techniques label.
Oh, this is also featured on Riley's Stalag 17, 18, and 19 LP. Big Up Youf. He holds his own here, stylin' the beats out in his own swagger, coming correct on every cut. Droopy styles. A sure shottin' link up between Split Prophets emcee Res One and Real Life Drama producer Illinformed, both bringing their a-game and complimenting each other's chosen craft with finesse, none can test.
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The two brothers have been collaborating for well over a decade. However, this is their first release as a duo. This album is neither thought-provoking nor intelligent. Kicking back against the self-righteous narcissisism of the moment, it is an odyssey of South London boozers, dusty boom bap beats and bone Stan Ryck General Levy Easy My Yout Just Cool humour.
Vandal Savage showcases his diligence with his weapon of choice the pen 'Bic Master' EP is a homage to the skill of lyricism. With an onslaught and barrage of bars the Nottingham native will paint you his status in the world of today.
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For his 5th release, rap afficianado Ty takes us on a journey of works from his heart. He takes us on a heartfelft and nostalgic trip through his childhood neighbourhood Brixton in answer to would-be gentrifiers of the area, reminding us of the community that makes a great neighbourhood. He exposes a rare vulnerability in this form of music by working through issues over the course of the album of poverty, depression, racism and family.
This is balanced by the championing of hiphop, insights to the creative process and philosophical musings on life. There's even an imagined film soundtrack. The sounds are a mixture of crisp, bouncy production, live instrumentation and vivid and entertaining lyrics. Of the album Ty saysthis is my life work, it's how I feel I want to upgrade the view of hip hop.
Mr Slipz returns with his full length debut solo album It Don't Stop. Full of the golden era influenced heat that we have come Stan Ryck General Levy Easy My Yout Just Cool expect from the Yogocop heavyweight, this ambitious project features some of the finest rappers currently killing the game in the UK and overseas, brought together for a flawlessly formed modern classic.
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This is The Story So Far…. Children of Zeus have finally begun the process of crafting together their debut album. This limited edition cassette features the full twelve track release. Creations the duo have produced themselves over the past decade, put together to appease their loyal followers thus far, and as an introduction to those Stan Ryck General Levy Easy My Yout Just Cool to discover their talents.
A snapshot of what has been, and a mere taster of what's to come. A collection of raw, gritty, Hip Hop Soul music. The debut album will drop in This collection signals the end of the first chapter. A prologue even.
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Such a dope album, once again. Digipack cd steez. Bristol's Hozay grabs his latest album and fully produces the bad man ting, shit is dope!
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The two Bristol heavyweights combine once again, Sir Beans bringing the powerful beats with veteran don MC Kelz killin' the set over all four productions. Once agin both excelling themselves at their chosen artforms. All mastered by Rola and sounding louder than a bomb. A limited pressing of Here they drop the boom bap band bomb on a whole bunch of ill emcees, the line up is nuts, the music they've created is nuts.
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It was a good one. If anything, Laminated Cakes is a wondrous time capsule; five years in stasis, but still fresher than the laminated confectionaries that inspired the movement. Rolling with a fresh amount of drum rolls and next level energy, this is most certainly a very special release not to be missed.
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Kozi, Owls At Night and Slim. Here we have the incredible Hazardous album from Exeter's Def Defiance crew, originally released on limited tape in and painstakingly remastered for this double gatefold vinyl release, containing the original artwork too.
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Truly unique and rolling with a bad ass sound none can test, be sure to granb this one as I expect they won't be around long. There's only been pressed, on white vinyl, and on black vinyl.
This is the black vinyl edition. Knuckle Up is an unreleased track from dat tape inremastered and kickin' hard as bones. Whilst the flipside of this transparent yellow 7" pressing houses two remastered tracks from their very limited, and hard to find, white label split LP with DJ Life. Raw to the core britcore bangerz.
Nah sleep, dope styles how it used to run, hard Comes with a detailed write up on the double sided cover from Tufkut himself. Bringing the funk and b-boy breaks that run rampant under some swift sucker lyricism and dope cuts, three bangin' tracks taking back to the old skool style of UK Hip Hop, you'll even find a human Kate Bush The Sensual World track, oh yes!
Comes with a double sided cover and dark grey marbled vinyl. The return of the Bruckshot! Here he links with the dubstep producer Coki and brings the majestic horns to the heavyweight homegrown dubstep sound with immense proportions. A very special release spread over two vinyl slabs with a massive wallop of bass and dubwise treatment combined with the powerful trumpet and saxophone sound.
It's a fantastic KID Hupendi Muziki Wangu You Dont Like My Music up that needs to be played on a decent soundsystem to capture the full vibe onboard. The Heavy Links crew come correct with their debut album for Muj Beats, a limited vinyl pressing that delivers the dopest beats, rhymes and cuts, dropping louder than a bomb, grab one before dem gone!
Vivid imagery delivered with the hardest beats and bars, no fakin'. Get busy. Created whilst living in Berlin, Aver developed the 16 tracks as part of an attempt to evolve traditional sample use with more complex rhythms and off beat drum breaks.
The album features scratching and beatbox by fellow members of TNC and is overlaid with German language vocals that provide an abstract narrative to further embellish the dream-like, somewhat dystopian nature of the album. An all instrumental and self-titled affair from Rift Valley, aka DJ Drinks, full of distilled breaks and thick layers courtesy of the s-era Emu Systems samplers.
It doesn't get much Jaymz Bedford Just Keep My Boogie Happy Music than is, smooth yet hard as nails. Great artwork too. Recorded before the UK election was Jukin Bone Whiskey Woman and in the wake of various global political shifts.
Reaching out to humanity. On the flip is a spaced out stomper ready for your mic man to bless up or to just let the instruments hold the vibes. In comes Alpha Steppa, firin' from the speaker stack with tremendous force, bass weight notched high as you like, melodies running sweet, and a message of Sensations Fix Fragments Of Light and unity flowing freely.
Strictly forward thinking, bass driven roots and culture at its best for This is the full double cd version that has two extra tracks, plus an extra cd housing an exclusive murderous dub version of all.
Steppa skankers where you at? Troll Gang get busy with the long player from emcee Verses Bang, a hype release that fires shots down ya throat and lands you in all sorts of trouble. Stan Ryck General Levy Easy My Yout Just Cool it's a verbal throwdown like b-boys on lino, but taking it to the streets via the off licence and local drug dealer, whilst producer Oozhe compliments the set with some crazy beats, in a good way.
Not your average boom bap, more like boom trap. Style upon style. The forth installment of B-Line Recordings heavyweight B-Line EP'sSonny Boy Williamson The Real Folk Blues massive and large collection of cuts featuring a killah line up and an equally killah sound onboard, excelling themselves once again.
S One. A healthy dose of realism flows throughout the whole set, with Jehst's razor sharp commentary on current life and times complimented by the production onboard. B, Deeflux and Jazz T. Fingerfood lets the world know just how dope a beatmaker he is, and Badbonez just slays the mic booth, as he does.
Album comes on single vinyl with a full colour sleeve, shrink wrapped for extra freshness and a dropcard containing a digital download link to the album, including bonus instrumentals. Side A contains three tracks, one of which features Ronnie Bosh. Side B contains the instrumentals to the 3 tracks plus an acapella for the lead single. Black vinyl CDs in gold record-style inner wallets, and printed over-sized outer wallets.
DJ Supreme returns with none other than the original HQ Squad emcee The Icepick, back outta the dungeon to lace fire over a hardcore battalion beat.
None can test, cold gettin' busy. The first 15 orders will recieve a white vinyl version, all others will be black. Brand new lick shot from two of the UK's finest climbing the ranks, emcee Shumba Youth and producer Leo Samson, both causing worries to the dancehall bubbler right here, Check It Outnow.
Nothing's safe Stan Ryck General Levy Easy My Yout Just Cool the new Mob on the scene, watch your pockets. Rolling out the beats for this awesome instrumental album for Village Live Records. The twenty two track Shurikens album has been crafted with an original 90's Boom Bap sound present, crusty breaks, jazz samples, the odd vocal drop and most importantly, tons a drums! Strictly for the neck snap Stan Ryck General Levy Easy My Yout Just Cool. Lucio Battisti Dolce Di Giorno Per Una Lira business.
A kick ass Record Store Day release from Dinked Records, the Stan Ryck General Levy Easy My Yout Just Cool Rodney P alongside Lanre Sulola, vocal and instrumental onboard a white 7" vinyl, full colour cover and photo insert.
Limited numbers in stock. London, right.? Here they bring the classic vocals into with a heavyweight soundsystem stepper, layered with an infectious piano melody and rumbling bass.
Flip it over and there's an exclusive Melodica Cut to the track, complimenting the production even more and adding a whole new dimension to the riddim. Lacing the proceedings with production from Illinformed on this limited 7" pressing from the Passport EP. Life In Konstant Ripples comes in a full colour card wallet.
Get to know, we've been bumpin' this one hard. Six long years have passed since From A Scarecrow's Perspective revealed Leaf Dog's unmistakable voice to the rap world and he has left fans the world over pining for more ever since. The wait is over. Leaf Dog is back, and has returned with his best work to date! The double vinyl Hopscotch Look At The Lights Go Up shrink wrapped in a full colour sleeve with a redeemable dropcard which contains a digital copy of the album, and some bonus instrumentals!
The a-side cut entitled I Can't Wait flows like a full on advertisment for love making, nuttin' wrong with that.
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