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The second album, and even if it's not as dope as as the mythical Illmatic, but how could anyone hope to live up to those expectations? The Trakmasterz come up with some nice beats, even if they are a bit on the commercial side. Dr Dre and Premier contribute a couple of nice tracks and the rest ... CD
"I rap with the Passion of Christ, Ni**a, cross me!" BE isn't exactly a back-to-basics LP in the vein of his classic work for Relativity – but it is indeed a return to a focused, genuinely soulful, no BS approach – and it's a very welcome one at that! It seems like Com was a ... CD
The first LP from this radio-friendly duo, with guest vocals from Missy Elliot, Aaliyah, and Ginuwine. Includes the tracks "Beep Beep", "Ms Parker", "Luv 2 Luv U" (remixed AND the original!), "Up Jumps Da Boogie" (also original and remixed), "Peepin My ... CD
The second album of heavy east coast funk and slow rolling rhymes from the brothers from Brentwood. Nice, fat trunk rattling production and Eric and Parrish's trademark back and forth rhymes keep this set fresh,even today. Loaded with classics: "So What Cha Sayin'", "Get the ... CD
While it's pretty fair to say that the Digables would never have existed if not for the whole Native Tongue posse, they managed to take the aesthetic to a new level. This first LP's an early 90s classic that set a new standard for post-Daisy Age jazzy hip hop, with breezy jazzy production, and a ... CD
A smattering of material from a November 2003 stop in London on KK's Some Of My Best Friends Are DJs tour – including five audio tracks plus a bonus DVD with 25 minutes of performance footage and more! This was the huge tour that also featured P-Love and DJ Jester completing the turntable ... CD
A great mid 50s recordings by one of the greatest pairings in popular jazz of the time – the twin-trombone lead work of JJ Johnson and Kai Winding, both players who'd come from differing backgrounds, but who created a wonderful new sound together! The interplay between the trombones on ... CD
A richly complex album from vibist Teddy Charles – easily one of his greatest albums ever, and certainly one with the boldest sound! The groups here are filled with hip players – all working under Charles' direction in a set of tracks that shimmers with dark sounds and moody colors ... CD