Tuesday, September 22, 2009

"Whenever You're...With Him..Who's Loving Me?.....Nobody"

From 1980's "Hurry Up This Way Again", here's the Stylistics with the classic title track. http://www.zshare.net/audio/6597281162e59ed1/ From "Reasonable Doubt", my favorite Jay-Z Cd, here's "Politics As Usual." http://www.zshare.net/audio/659729243d533f50/

"But Can .iggas Keep It Real...It's On You"...

From "The Awakening", here's Ahmad Jamal with the title track. This is my dude!!!! lol http://www.zshare.net/audio/65970599e90c6f9d/ From "The Main Ingredient", here's Pete Rock and CL Smooth with "It's On You." http://www.zshare.net/audio/6597069534b96a87/
Underrated cats, Shadez of Brooklyn with the 1996 gem "Changes."
From "Complex Simplicity", here's singer/songwriter with "Just Wanna Be Your Girl."

"Love Ya Love Ya Love Yooou...Just a Lil Bit More"...

From 1973's "Blacksmith", here's Jimmy Smith with the Barry White remake of "I'm Gonna Love You Just a Lil Bit More." Wicked drums and overlaying vocals at the beginning. (I see why tose parts were sampled) http://www.zshare.net/audio/65967008d90fb3d8/
From 1992's "Check Your Head", here are the Beastie Boys with Professor Booty." Classic Cd!
From 1992's "Live and Let Die", here's Kool G Rap and DJ Polo with "Edge of Sanity."
From "People's Instinctive....", here's A Tribe Called Quest with "Push It Along."
From "Street's Disciple", here's Nasir with one of my faves "Nazareth Savage."
From "Odd Summer" EP, here's Oddisee with the wonderful "Chocolate City Dreaming."

"Hurry Hurry..Step Right On In"...

From 1974's self titled release, here's Philly band, Blue Magic with the classic, "Sideshow."
From "Chapeter 3: The Flesh", here's Syleena Johnson with "Bullseye (Suddenly)" with Common. Fave song off the CD.

"Trash Man Didn't Get My Trash Today"...

From 1972's "Stickball", here's saxophonist, Charles Williams with the Stylistics remake, "People Make the World Go 'Round."
From "Melodica", here's Blackalicious with the Williams' sampled, "Swan Lake."

Saturday, September 12, 2009

"The Sooner You Give...The Sooner You Get to Have"

From 1976's "Soul Searching", here's the Average White Band with "A Love of Your Own."
From "Don't Be a Menace"...sdtrk., here's underrated singer Mona Lisa and Lil Kim with "My Time to Shine."
From "Still Climbing", here's Brownstone with "Love Me Like Me Do." Love this group!!!

"Interests prices going up"....

From 1975's "When Love is New", here's Billy Paul with "Let the Dollar Circulate." Still on point today http://www.zshare.net/audio/654739877343f5e6/
From Aquil's "Blues People", here's the 9th Wonder produced "For the People."
From "Space Shift", here's Steve Spacek with the J dilla produced, "Dollar."

"It Dives, It Juuuumpsss...and it Ripples like...The Deepest Ocean"

From 1985's "Promise", here's Sade with the ever beautififul, yet bittersweet, "Is It a Crime?" http://www.zshare.net/audio/65473252526fca42/ From "Mmm Food", here's Doom with the Sade sampled "Kon Karne." http://www.zshare.net/audio/654733308011bb4d/ And also from "Special Blends Vol. 1 & 2", on "All Spice." http://www.zshare.net/audio/65473862dc0668ff/

"Relaxation, No Frustration 'Cause It's Time to Get Live."

From 1975's "Two", here's one of my fave pianist, Bob James with "Golden Apple."
From "Livin' Proof", here's Group Home with the James' sampled "Baby Pa."

"But I'd Like to Get to Know You..Know You...Whoa, oooo, ooo"

From 1967's self titled release or "Best Of"..., here's Spanky and Our Gang with "Like To Get to Know You."
From "The 1960s Jazz Revolution Again", here's J.Rawls and John Robinson as Jay Are with "Know U."

"Hold Up...Hold Up"....

From 1981's "Many Facets of Roger", here Roger Troutman with "A Chunk of Sugar."
From "Fantastic Vol. 1", here's Slum Village, mainly Baatin (RIP) with "Pregnant." One of my fave joints off the CD.

"What is There for Me to Doooo?...Cryyyyy"

From 1969's "Grazin'", here's one of my favorite groups (absolutely love their harmonies) with "Lonesome Mood."
From "Eardrum" here's ma dudes, Kweli, Ye, and Ayers with "In The Mood." Nice FOD chop up.

Saturday, September 5, 2009

"Release Yo Self, Increase Yo Wealth"...

From 1968's "Afro Harping", here's harpist Dorothy Ashby with "Soul Vibrations."
From "A Book of Human Language", here's Aceyalone with the Ashby sampled "The Energy."

"Register Up in My Branium, My Dome, My Head, My Skull, My Cranium"

From 1976's "I Want You", here's my dude, Marvin Gaye with "Since I Had You."
From Pharcyde, here the "Otha Fish" remix. Gaye sampled of course.

"Please..I De..Cline"

From 1980's "No Stranger to Love", here's the title track and "Want You" by Roy Ayers. http://www.zshare.net/audio/65127046ec2e2d8f/ From "Operation: Doomsday", here's MF Doom with "The Time We Faced Doom." http://www.zshare.net/audio/65127210bea910b7/ From "Who Is Jill Scott: Words and Sounds Vol. 1". here's Jill Scott with "Watching Me." http://www.zshare.net/audio/651272970512d952/

"Da da, Da da, Da da, Da da, Da da, Da da, Da da, whoooooo"

From 1987 "Drive", here's Roy Ayers with the smooth "DC City."
From the "Further Adventures of Lord Quas", here's Quasimoto with "Season's Change."

"Illadelph is like the Sun, "Cause We Shine With Rhymes"..

From 197o's "Tjader", here's Cal Tjader with "What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life."
From "Violent By Design", here's Jedi Mind Tricks with the Tjader sampled, "I Against I."

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

"My Baaaaby's Gooone"...

From 1973's "Blacks and Blues", here's Bobbi Humphrey with my fave off the lp, "Baby's Gone."
From "And Now", here's Asamov with "Real Good" produced by 9th Wonder.

"How Many of Us Have Them.. A Show of Hands"

From 1977's "Friends and Strangers", here's saxophonist, Ronnie Laws with the title track. Classic!
From "Mmm Food", here's MF Doom with "Deep Fried Frenz."

"Ladies Be Lovin My Music Just Like Some Sex Sh.t"

From 1969's "Diana in the Autumn Wind", here's the title track by pianist composer, Gap Mangione.
From "Fantastic Vol.2", here's Slum Village with the classic "Fall In Love."
From "Champion Sound", here's Jaylib with "The Official."