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Grand Daddy IUPick Up the Pace (album) (double a-side promo) ... 12-inch
Cold Chillin, 1990. Near Mint- (pic cover)... $2.99
Produced by Biz Markie. 12-inch, Vinyl record

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✨✧ Grand Daddy IULead Pipe (CLEAN VERSION) ... CD
Cold Chillin/Epic, 1994. Used ... Out Of Stock
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(Clean version .)
 
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✨✧ MolemenRitual Of The... ... LP
Molemen, 2001. Used 2LP ... Out Of Stock
A nice batch of cuts from Chicago underground producers, the Molemen. Includes Juice "Reign", Prime "Unbreakable", Mass Hysteria "Persevere", Vakill "Equinox", Qwel "Not Impressed", Rasco "No Guarantees", Slug/Aesop Rock/MF Doom "Put Your Quarter Up", Mr Metaphor/Breez Evahflowin/C Rayz Walz "Challenge Me", Slug "How I Won The War", plus some older hard to find Molemen classics including Vakill/Rhymefest/Percee P "Keep The Fame" (original & remix), EC/Rubberoom "Taste Of Chicago", Rhymefest/Juice "How We Chill Pt 2", and Grand Daddy IU/Vakill "Face Down". LP, Vinyl record album
 
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Claude Paradise Gray/Giuseppe U Net PipitoneNo Half Steppin – An Oral & Pictorial History Of New York City Club The Latin Quarter & The Birth Of Hip Hop's Golden Era ... Book
Wax Poetics, 2016. New Copy ... $34.99
A nice history of the classic hip hop culture in NYC that rose from Manhattan's Latin Quarter club – a vital mid 80s proving ground for legends and trailblazers of the time! No Half Steppin' is laid out beautifully in rarely seen photos, street flyers, and the first-hand knowledge of X-Clan cofounder and Latin Quarter host and manager Claude "Paradise" Gray, with author/activist/historian Giusseppe "U.Net" Pipitone, and a wealth of oral history from key players including Kurtis Blow, Grand Puba, Dana Dane, Prince Paul, Queen Latifah, Big Daddy Kane, Fab Five Freddy, KRS-One, Special K and many more. Paradise Gray was a major part of the team that helped turn the club into a hotbed for early hip hop talent, and many of the incredible photos here are from his personal archives. It's a solid time capsule – with tons of full color photos of destined-for-greatness figures on stage and on the scene, with some of the above mentioned heavies and many more. The textual history here nearly as rich as the photos, with chapters on the club's history, key performances over the years, the dance scene there, the impact of Public Enemy on the scene, and much more. Amazing! Paperback, 200+ pages. Book
 
 
 



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