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DJ KoolI Got Dat Feelin' (radio safe, radio edit, groove beat) ... 12-inch
American, 1996. Near Mint- ... $0.99
... 12-inch, Vinyl record
 
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✨✧ Kool G Rap & DJ PoloRoad To The Riches (4LP expanded edition) ... LP
Cold Chillin, 1989. Very Good+ 4 LP Gatefold (reissue)... $29.99
Kool G Rap & DJ Polo's finest from the Cold Chillin glory days – in a deluxe 4CD special edition featuring a ton of bonus tracks! This full length debut from one of the golden era's greatest duos is a benchmark hip hop album – paving the way for the greatest east coast players to come – with tight production and hard hitting wordplay. A bonafide classic! The original LP tracks include "Road To Riches", "Men At Work", "It's A Demo", "Truly Yours", Cars". "Poison", "Rhymes I Express, "Butcher Shop" and more. The special edition includes the previously unreleased "Riker's Island Radio Promo" and "Raw" (extended alternate version) by Big Daddy Kane feat Kool G Rap. Disc 2 features 14 tracks that include a bunch of versions previously only available on vinyl, including "It's A Demo" (original 12" version), "I'm Fly" (original 12" version) , Riker's Island" (original 12" version), "It's A Demo" (original 12" version) and more, plus previously unreleased tracks which include "Men At Work" (extended instrumental), "She Love's Me, She Loves Me Not" (instrumental) and "Men At Work" (acapella). 30 tracks on 4LPs! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a bumped corner.)

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✨✧ VariousKool DJ Red Alert – Part 3 Let's Make It Happen ... LP
Next Plateau, 1990. Very Good+ ... $16.99
Follow up to Red Alert's compilation "We Can Do This", with some nice joints from the late 80s - early 90s, 13 tracks in all, including De La "Buddy", Tribe "Pubic Enemy", Primo's "Red Alert Chant", Poor Righteous Teachers "Rock Dis Funky Joint", Jungle Brothers "J Beez Comin Through", Queen Latifah "Latifah's Law" and "Big Daddy Kiane "Calling Mr. Welfare". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a promo stamp and hype sticker.)

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✨✧ Kool G RapFirst N!gga DJ Premier Remix (dirty, radio, inst) ... 12-inch
Rawkus, 2000. Used ... Out Of Stock
... 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Promo in a grey sleeve.)
 
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Kool G RapIt's Nothin' (clean, dirty, inst)/Spill Blood (clean, dirty, inst) ... 12-inch
Koch/Rawkus, 2002. Near Mint- ... $1.99
Off the Giancana Story LP. Beats by the Ghetto Pros and DJ Scratch, guest rhymes by Cadillac Tah, Jinx and Black Child. 12-inch, Vinyl record
(In a stickered sleeve.)

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VariousDe-Lite 45s – DJ's Choice 1969 to 1976 – Selected By Daisuke Kuroda ... CD
De-Lite/Solid (Japan), Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy ... $26.99
A great collection of funky 45s from the De-Lite family of labels – most of which were never issued on any sort of full-length album! In addition to singles issued by De-Lite – best known as the key home of Kool & The Gang – the set also features tracks from the related Vigor and Red Coach labels – two excellent east coast imprints that were filled with funky combos who were just bursting with talent – very much tuned to the fast-funk styles that exploded in the years before disco! Titles include "Chick A Boom" by Pazant Brothers, "How Do You Feel" by The New Cymbals, "RRAWJ" by Reggie Sadler Revue, "Stand Up (part 2)" by Maskman & The Agents, "Funky Generation" by Everyday People, "Spread The Word" by Yvonne Daniels, "Hard To Handle" by Dennis Robinson, "I Smell Trouble" by Johnny De'Vigne, "Lady" by Shalong, "Far Out" by Crown Heights Affair, "Jackie" by Mebeus, "Party Music" by Pat Lundi, "Be Real" by Tomorrow's Edition, "I Wanna Give You Tomorrow" by Benny Troy, "It Really Hurts Me Girl" by The Carstairs, "LC Funk" by The New Cymbals, "Mboga Chakula" by Pazant Brothers, and "My Baby's Coming Home To Stay" by Janice Saddler. CD

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VariousDe-Lite Dance Delights – Mixed By DJ Spinna ... CD
De-Lite/Solid (Japan), Late 70s/Early 80s. New Copy ... $26.99
DJ Spinna takes on the catalog of the mighty De-Lite Records – pulling together key cuts from the label's second chapter, to create a non-stop mix of soulful club music that runs for nearly 80 minutes in length! Most of the music here follows in the best club traditions of Kool & The Gang – the label's most famous act – and Spinna does a great job of keeping the integrity of the cuts, while still creating just the right sort of space to let them effortlessly flow together! Titles include "Color Blind" by Motivation, "I'm Gonna Put A Spell On You" by Leon Bryant, "I Don't Want To Change You" by Crown Heights Affair, "Melodies" by Made In USA, "You've Got To Keep On Bumpin" by Kay-Gees, "Music Is The Word" by Crown Heights Affair, "Casanova" by Coffee, "Reaching" by Dazzle, "Burn Me Up" by Kay-Gees, "Music Is The Message" by Kool & The Gang, "Get Down" by Kay-Gees, and "Galaxy Of Love" by Crown Heights Affair. CD

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Dr OctagonDr Octagonecologyst (3LP box – with bonus tracks & 40 page booklet) ... LP
Get On Down, 1996. New Copy 3LP (reissue)... $66.99 74.98
Genius from the mind of Kool Keith aka Big Willie Smith aka Poppa Large aka Dr. Octagon – with some of the greatest production ever by Dan The Automator and scratch work by DJ Q-Bert – a serious creative peak for all parties, and up there in the all time greatest hip hop full lengths of all time! Since his days with Ultramagnetics, no one has mastered the abstract lyrical style like Kool Keith, self-proclaimed inventor of all rhyme styles, and he's at an inarguable high point on this timeless classic with dope atmospheric features by the Automator and scratches by the legendary Q-Bert! This one was certainly ripe for a legacy worthy box set treatment and gets that and more here – featuring all 20 tracks from the Dreamworks version – plus 9 classic level remixes circa 1997 & 2016, plus 3 never before released tracks – in a hexagon-shaped box with a 40 page booklet with notes by Brian Coleman. Includes the ""Earth People", "No Awareness", "Biology 101", "Technical Difficulties", "Blue Flowers", "A Visit To The Gynecologist", "Bear Witness", "Electric Surgery", "Blue Flowers", "Redeye", "I'll Be There", "1977", "Astro Embalming Fluid" and more. LP, Vinyl record album
(Beautiful limited edition box set pressing from Get On Down – with the classic LP and remixes on a 3LP hexagon shaped box – plus 40 page booklet with notes by Brian Coleman!)

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VariousBoombox 2 – Early Independent Hip Hop, Electro, & Disco Rap – 1979 to 1983 ... CD
Soul Jazz (UK), Late 70s/Early 80s. New Copy 2CD ... $18.99 22.99
The real sound of the old school, and the best beats from the streets – the kind of early underground hip hop tracks that still sound wonderful after all these years! These are tracks from the earliest years of the style – when funk was as much a part of the music as lyrics – and tracks were often surprisingly long, and spun out in the best sort of party mode – with an excellent focus on funky drum breaks and basslines, matched by lyrics from youthful crews and MCs that set the standard for countless artists to come! As with the first volume, the track selection here is wonderful – a mix of key classics from the Harlem and South Bronx scenes, plus some overlooked gems that are well-worth discovering – all wrapped up with the usual top-shelf attention to detail we've come to expect from Soul Jazz Records! The package features loads of great notes and photos – and titles include "Maximus Party" by TJ Swann & Pee Wee Mel, "Death Rap" by Margo's Kool Out Crew, "Lookin Good" by Eddie Cheba, "One Time Two Time Blow Your Mind" by MC Rock Lovely, "Let's Rock" by Harlem World Crew, "School Days" by Busy Bee, "Ah That's The Joint" by Kool DJ AJ, "Dancin Party People" by Little Skarsky, "Young Ladies" by Lonnie Love, "Rappin Partee Groove" by Rappers Rapp Group, "The People's Message Take Two" by Terry Lewis & Wild Flower, "Shake Your Body" by Manujothi, "Dr Ice Rap" by Zoot II, and "Rock The Message Rap" by Grand Master Chilly T & Stevie G. CD
Also available Boombox 2 – Early Independent Hip Hop, Electro, & Disco Rap 1979 to 1983 (3LP set – with bonus download) ... LP 28.99

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VariousBoombox 2 – Early Independent Hip Hop, Electro, & Disco Rap 1979 to 1983 (3LP set – with bonus download) ... LP
Soul Jazz (UK), Late 70s/Early 80s. New Copy 3LP ... $28.99 33.99
The real sound of the old school, and the best beats from the streets – the kind of early underground hip hop tracks that still sound wonderful after all these years! These are tracks from the earliest years of the style – when funk was as much a part of the music as lyrics – and tracks were often surprisingly long, and spun out in the best sort of party mode – with an excellent focus on funky drum breaks and basslines, matched by lyrics from youthful crews and MCs that set the standard for countless artists to come! As with the first volume, the track selection here is wonderful – a mix of key classics from the Harlem and South Bronx scenes, plus some overlooked gems that are well-worth discovering – all wrapped up with the usual top-shelf attention to detail we've come to expect from Soul Jazz Records! The package features loads of great notes and photos – and titles include "Maximus Party" by TJ Swann & Pee Wee Mel, "Death Rap" by Margo's Kool Out Crew, "Lookin Good" by Eddie Cheba, "One Time Two Time Blow Your Mind" by MC Rock Lovely, "Let's Rock" by Harlem World Crew, "School Days" by Busy Bee, "Ah That's The Joint" by Kool DJ AJ, "Dancin Party People" by Little Skarsky, "Young Ladies" by Lonnie Love, "Rappin Partee Groove" by Rappers Rapp Group, "The People's Message Take Two" by Terry Lewis & Wild Flower, "Shake Your Body" by Manujothi, "Dr Ice Rap" by Zoot II, and "Rock The Message Rap" by Grand Master Chilly T & Stevie G. LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes download!)
Also available Boombox 2 – Early Independent Hip Hop, Electro, & Disco Rap – 1979 to 1983 ... CD 18.99

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✨✧ Ed PiskorHip Hop Family Tree Monthly #1 ... Book
Fantagraphics, 2015. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
The comic series that tells the tale of the early days of hip hop – but presents the story in the style of a Marvel Comics tabloid from the 70s! Ed Piskor's approach to the material is really unique – and he extrapolates historical details into an extended narrative of the scenes with colorful comic-style images. The monthly series anthologizes the stories in a way that's even truer to Piskor's comic book influences than the graphic novel collections. Amazing! Issue #1 features the adventures of DJ Kool Herc, with appearances by Grandmaster Flash, Afrika Bambaataa and more! Book
 
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✨✧ VariousWVON Good Guys Album (2nd version) ... LP
WVON/Chess, 1969. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Legendary compilation album of 60s soul tracks, put together by the staff of Chicago radio station WVON, in loving tribute to Leonard Chess, of Chess Records, who owned the station. The package has nice photos of the station's DJs on the back – including Herb "Kool Gent" Kent, E. Rodney Jones, and Don "Soul Train" Cornelius. The titles are darn nice, too – and include "Sophisticated Cissy" by The Meters, "But It's Alright" by JJ Jackson, "Hypnotized" by Linda Jones, "Uh Uh Boy That's A No No" by Candy Love, and "Stay In My Corner" by the Dells. LP, Vinyl record album

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VariousOl' Skool Butta Vol 1 ... LP
Right Stuff, Mid 80s. Near Mint- ... $4.99
An unusual collection of grooves from the old school – some funk, some hip hop – all with a sweet 80s vibe! Titles include "Cars" by Zulu Kings, "Woppit" by B Fats, "Super Trooper" by Extra Curricular, "I'm Hot" by The Rangers, "What's The Matter With Your World" by Grandmaster Melle Mel & Vansilk, "To Whom It May Concern" by DJ Hollywood, "Magic's Message" by Mr Magic, "Wild Style" by Time Zone, "Here Come The Fat Girls" by The Fat Girls, "The Beach" by Zulu Kings, and "Don't You Sit Back Down" by Cheryl The Pearl. LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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