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✨✧ DJ ShadowDiminishing Returns ... CD
DR, 2003. Used 2CDs ... $24.99
Diminishing Returns finds DJ Shadow in his element – nothing but live mixer madness and scratchy hip hop production genius – originally broadcast on the BBC's Radio-1 in March 2003, laid out in it's entirety, including John Peel's adulatory intro! 80 minutes of DJ Shadow doing what he does best – What more can we say? The CD version comes with a bonus disc featuring a 40 minute mix of Shadow in his moodier, more soulful and funky vein – with funk & soul cuts playing more prominently in the mix than the more hip hop-oriented BBC set. The bonus track "War Is Hell" is nice little organ-driven mood piece that could easily fit on Shadow's Mo Wax/MCA LPs. 120 minutes of music on two CDs! CD
(Out of print first pressing.)

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DJ ShadowEndtroducing (3CD deluxe edition) ... CD
Island, 1996. New Copy 3 CDs ... $29.99 49.98
Massive 20th Anniversary edition of DJ Shadow's masterpiece! It seems like when this came out, critics and even DJs liked to drop the then new moniker "trip hop" whenever possible, and this pivotal album is held up as the watershed mark. A number of years down the line, Endtroducing holds up stands the test of time as an instrumental hip hop LP, and even sort of an avant rock album – giving it a timeless feel that obliterates any trendy pigeonholes! Cinematic and epic in scope, this LP as much as anything else helped resurrect the career of David Axelrod (though some of us were hip to him all along) and Josh Davis is clearly a fellow traveler in the coloristic approach he uses – and never forgets the funk! This great 3CD edition includes the classic original album on Disc One – with "Building Steam With A Grain Of Salt", "The Number Song", "Changeling", "What Does Your Soul Look Like (pts 1 & 4)" and "Midnight In A Perfect World" – the bonus album Excessive Ephemera on Disc Two – and the all new (circa 2016) remix album Endtroducing Re-Emagined on Disc Three – with remixes by Adrian Younge, Lee Bannon,. Hudson Mohawke, Daedelus and others! CD

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✨✧ DJ ShadowIn Tune & On Time – Live! (CD & DVD) ... CD
Geffen, 2004. Used CD/DVD ... $9.99
Once again Josh Davis raises the bar in the world of beatmaking! Not content to rest on his laurels as producer extraordinaire, Shadow weaves a non-stop tapestry of tracks from all points in his career, without dropping a beat, in tune and in time from start to finish. More than a mere mixtape, this disc captures Shadow live on tour, delivering a continuous set that blends bits and pieces of Shadow's cinematic oeuvre, including "What Does Your Soul Look Like?", "In/Flux", "Lost & Found", "Mutual Slump", "The Number Song", "Organ Donor", "Mashin On The Motorway", "Napalm Brain/Scatter Brain" plus UNKLE "Guns Blazing (Drums Of Death Part 1)", Handsome Boy Modeling School "Holy Calamity (Bear Witness II)" and Blackalicious "Halfway Home". Plus the CD includes a bonus DVD of the live performance with coordinated visuals to the music! CD
(DVD is region 1. Out of print. Barcode has a cutout hole.)

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✨✧ Freddie GibbsShadow Of A Doubt ... CD
ESGN, 2015. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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✨✧ DJ CamMad Blunted Jazz ... CD
Shadow, 1996. Used 2CD ... Out Of Stock
Heavy beats and funky grooves from DJ Cam – recorded back in his more formative years, when his sound was rougher, and more "in the crates"! The album's got a great mix of open-ended samples and jazzy instrumentation – sounding almost like early Greyboy work, but without as much of the jazz solos. Disc 1 features the album Underground Vibes – an instant classic that's been out of print for years – and disc 2 features a live set from 1995. Titles include "Return Of The Jedi", "Sang Lien", "Underground Vibes", "Gangsta Sh*t", "Suckers Never Play That", "Meera", "Lost Kingdom", and "London 1995". (New Grooves, Hip Hop) CD
(Out of print.)
 
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✨✧ El Michels AffairReturn To The 37th Chamber ... CD
Big Crown, 2017. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
El Michels return again to the Wu-Tang chambers – and the results this time might even be better than before! Wu-Tang forged their initial sound out of a love of offbeat samples and unusual funk – so it's only fitting that one of the hippest funk groups around strip the music right down to its roots – performing new live interpretations with their wickedly sinister groove – all at a level that makes the whole thing a slow funk masterpiece from start to finish! El Michels has always been one of the few real standouts in the deep funk scene – and it's records like this that keep us loving them so much. And even though the set features vocals from Lee Fields on two tracks, and Lady Wray on one more – the instrumental groove is what dominates and draws our ears, on tracks that include "Tears", "Sipped Up", "Shadow Boxing", "Iron Man", "4th Chamber", "Shaolin Brew", "Drums For Sale", "Verbal Intercourse", "Tearz", and "Wu Tang Clan Ain't Nuthin Ta F Wit". (Deep Funk, Hip Hop) CD
Also available Return To The 37th Chamber (with bonus download) ... LP 19.99

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✨✧ VariousStory Of MoWax ... CD
Marlboro Music, 1990s. Used 2CD ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A great overview of the legendary MoWax label – served up here in a 2CD set that's filled with some of the label's harder to find early singles! The package covers a lot of ground in a short space, and while it's a bit incomplete in terms of notes, it's got plenty of MoWax rarities to make up for that – unique head-nodding tunes that really helped set the stage for musical changes to come in later years! Titles include "Only The Strong Survive" by DJ Krush, "The Plot" by Prunes, "Have Mercy" by Howie B, "Blueprint" by Attica Blues, "What's That Sound" by Sam Sever, "Clubbed To Death (the first mix)" by Clubbed To Death, "What Does Your Soul Look Like (parts 1 & 2)" by DJ Shadow, "Sortie Des Hombres" by RPM, "A Polished Solid" by Luke Vibert, "Time Has Come" by Unkle & Howie B, "Claire" by Patrick Pulsinger, and "The Beast" by Palmskin Productions. (New Grooves, Hip Hop) CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Sir Mix-A-LotMack Daddy ... CD
Def American/Rhym Cartel, 1992. Used ... Out Of Stock
A fine slice of funky hip hop from the early 90s by Sir Mix-A-Lot – gaining him pop culture ubiquity that's STILL prevalent decades later, thanks to "Baby's Got Back" – a booty so big that it casts a shadow over Sir Mix-A-Lot's legacy as a pacific northwest hip hop trailblazer! There's some solid stuff here, and deserves geniune respect for the best of it. It adds up to something a lot better than just a novelty hit. tIncludes "One Time's Got No Case", "Mack Daddy", "Baby Got Back", "No Holds Barred", "I'm Your New God" and a "A Rapper's Reputation" CD
(BMG music club pressing.)
 
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Ghostface Killah & Adrian YoungeTwelve Reasons To Die (deluxe 2CD edition – with instrumentals) ... CD
Soul Temple, 2013. Used 2 CDs ... $9.99
Ghostface Killah and Adrian Younge team up for this intriguing collaboration – one with a promising concept and they deliver on it in full – shadowboxing their way to a knockout! On the mic tip, Ghostface is in his comfort zone here – spitting lyrics laced with martial arts, mafia and supernatural imagery – and doing so with a furious flow and peak precision. Adrian Younge and his Venice Dawn group lay down the sounds – with dusty soul and funk, naturally – but what really pushes this one to a superior level are the unpredictable and ingenious nods to 70s Italian film scores, particularly in the giallo genre. Spooky, echoey keyboards and occasional angelic female backing vocals elevate the vibe and balance the grit. 12 tracks and no filler: "Beware The Stare", "Rise Of The Black Suits", "I Declare War" with Masta Killa, "Blood On The Cobblestones" with U-God & Inspectah Deck, "Rise Of The Ghostface Killah", "Murder Spree" with U-God, Masta Killa, Inspectah Deck and Killa Sin, "Enemies Around Me" with William Hart of the Delfonics, "The Sure Shot (Parts 1 And 2)", "Twelve Reasons To Die" and more. 2CD deluxe edition includes the full instrumentals on disc 2! CD
(Includes original slipcase.)

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✨✧ Ghostface Killah & Adrian YoungeTwelve Reasons To Die (deluxe 2CD edition – with instrumentals) ... CD
Soul Temple, 2013. New Copy 2CD ... Out Of Stock
Ghostface Killah and Adrian Younge team up for this intriguing collaboration – one with a promising concept and they deliver on it in full – shadowboxing their way to a knockout! On the mic tip, Ghostface is in his comfort zone here – spitting lyrics laced with martial arts, mafia and supernatural imagery – and doing so with a furious flow and peak precision. Adrian Younge and his Venice Dawn group lay down the sounds – with dusty soul and funk, naturally – but what really pushes this one to a superior level are the unpredictable and ingenious nods to 70s Italian film scores, particularly in the giallo genre. Spooky, echoey keyboards and occasional angelic female backing vocals elevate the vibe and balance the grit. 12 tracks and no filler: "Beware The Stare", "Rise Of The Black Suits", "I Declare War" with Masta Killa, "Blood On The Cobblestones" with U-God & Inspectah Deck, "Rise Of The Ghostface Killah", "Murder Spree" with U-God, Masta Killa, Inspectah Deck and Killa Sin, "Enemies Around Me" with William Hart of the Delfonics, "The Sure Shot (Parts 1 And 2)", "Twelve Reasons To Die" and more. 2CD deluxe edition includes the full instrumentals on disc 2! CD
 
 
 



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