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THE DEMISE OF THE MASK (VOL 11)__GOOD MORNING GALLOWS___

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Hello All.

Welcome to Volume Eleven of the MixTape series: The Demise Of The Mask. –(Volume One here)__(Volume Two here)__(Volume Three here)__(Volume Four here)__(Volume Five here)__(Volume Six here)__(Volume Seven here)__(Volume Eight here)__(Volume Nine here)__(Volume Ten here)-

I do hope you dig this here MixTape as it features some fine, fine music! There’s some stuff from Harry Nilsson‘s gorgeous 1973 album of classic 20th-century standards, A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night, a great tune from Karen Elson (produced by her then husband, Jack White), and two from Bruce Springsteen‘s 1973 debut: Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J. To be honest it took me a long, long time to even give Springsteen a chance, until my buddy Matt Volz insisted that I listen to his first two records, and boy was he right! What a talent!

You’ll hear an 8-track demo outtake of John Lennon‘s powerful anthem, “God“, recording during the sessions for his first post-Beatles solo album, 1970’s John Lennon/Plastic Ono BandParliament is represented with “The Goose,” which features a favorite line of mine:

Now, I’m as happy as a monkey with a peanut machine
Since I found you
 Speaking of the Parliament-Funkadelic collective, their resident keyboard wizard Bernie Worrell is featured here with his project Baby Elephant, which was a collaboration with Stetsasonic member/De La Soul producer Prince Paul and longtime Paul associate Don Newkirk. The Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel song here on this MixTape contains another of my favorite lines:
My only vice is the fantastic prices I charge for being eaten alive. . .
 Oh and do yourself a favor and let yourself really sink in and groove with Polish jazz musician Michal Urbaniak‘s “Atma.” This is an artist I only got clued into from this song being sampled on Beastie Boys tune “The Scoop” on their brilliant 1994 LP Ill Communication. You’ll also hear Josh Tillman (aka Father John Misty) and his fantastic meditation on narcissism and self-medicating, “A Bigger Paper Bag,” off of his newest LP Pure Comedy, which I’ll go on record now in May and say is the best record of 2017.
Bob Dylan is here with one of his finest compositions, “Visions Of Johanna” and you’ll hear what I believe to be David Bowie‘s most terrifying song—released on his 2013 (and sadly penultimate) record The Next Day, here are the lyrics to  “If You Can See Me :
If you can see me I can see you
I could wear your new blue shoes
I should wear your old red dress
And walk to the crossroad, so take this knife
And meet me across the river
Just chutes and ladders
And this is the kiss
American Anna fantastic Alsatian
From nowhere to nothing
And I go way back
Children swarm like thousands of bugs
Towards the light
The beacons above the hill
The stars to the West, the South, the North
And to the East
Now you can say I’ve got a gift of sorts
A fear of rear windows and swinging doors
My love of violence and tenants’ sighs
If you can see me I can see you
If you can see me I can see you
I have seen these bairns wave their fists at God
Swear to destroy the beast, stamping the ground
In their excitement for tomorrow
I could wear your new blue shoes
I should wear your old red dress
And walk to the crossroad, so take this knife
And meet me across the river
I will take your lands and all that lays beneath
The dust of cold flowers, drizzle of dark ashes
I will slaughter your kind, descend from belief
I am the spirit of greed, the lord of theft
Burn all your books and the problems they make
If you can see me I can see you
If you can see me

Yes! There’s all this and a whole bunch of other good stuff so go on down and press play !

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A MOUTHFUL OF PENNIES PRESENTS:
__The Demise Of The Mask (Vol 11)__Good Morning Gallows ___
  • Naked We Come – (written by Jim Morrison; read by Johnny Depp)
  • Let The Wind Blow – The Beach Boys
  • Does This Bus Stop At 82nd Street? / Lost In The Flood – Bruce Springsteen
  • If You Can See Me – David Bowie
  • Fred Berry – Baby Elephant (Bernie Worrell, Prince Paul, Newkirk)
  • Atma (Today, Tomorrow) – Michal Urbaniak
  • My Only Vice – Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel
  • Visions Of Johanna – Bob Dylan
  • Chilling Of The Evening – Arlo Guthrie 
  • I’m So Tired – The Beatles
  • Can’t Run But – Paul Simon
  • Mellow Blue Polka Dot – Damien Jurado
  • The Autopsy Garland – The Mountain Goats
  • Two Little Hitlers – Elvis Costello & The Attractions
  • The Goose – Parliament
  • Always / Makin’ Whoopee! – Harry Nilsson
  • A Bigger Paper Bag – Father John Misty
  • The Truth Is In The Dirt – Karen Elson
  • God (8-track John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band sessions outtake) – John Lennon

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[Naked We Come – (written by Jim Morrison; read by Johnny Depp)]

[Let The Wind Blow – The Beach Boys]

[Does This Bus Stop At 82nd Street? / Lost In The Flood – Bruce Springsteen]

[If You Can See Me – David Bowie]

[Fred Berry – Baby Elephant (Bernie Worrell, Prince Paul, Newkirk)]

[Michal Urbaniak ‎– Atma]

[My Only Vice – Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel]

[Visions Of Johanna – Bob Dylan (photo by Jerry Schatzberg, 1965)]

[Chilling Of The Evening – Arlo Guthrie (photo by Mary Ellen Mark)]

[I’m So Tired – The Beatles]

[Can’t Run But – Paul Simon]

[Mellow Blue Polka Dot – Damien Jurado (w/ Richard Swift)]

[The Autopsy Garland – The Mountain Goats]

[Two Little Hitlers – Elvis Costello & The Attractions (art by Barney Bubbles, 1979)]

[The Goose – Parliament]

[Always / Makin’ Whoopee! – Harry Nilsson]

[A Bigger Paper Bag – Father John Misty (photo by Austin Hargrave, 2017)]

[The Truth Is In The Dirt – Karen Elson]

[God (8-track John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band sessions outtake) – John Lennon]

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All the best to you and yours!—  –   ————-______-________ ->BOBBY CALERO[—+=-_________________If you dig the mix then please feel free to pass & post it along; if you dig an artist then please support them and go out and pick up some of their stuff. Oh, If you dig the blog overall there’s always the “FOLLOW BLOG VIA EMAIL” button somewhere down at the bottom.

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A MOUTHFUL OF PENNIES PRESENTS: AZ— VOLUME 2

Hello All,

Welcome to the second volume of my AZ project! Hopefully you got something from the first.

Again, I am creating this series of MixTapes by selecting songs to represent each artist’s work up on my CD shelf. Yes, that is from an actual physical CD–as for now I won’t attempt to tackle the 10,000-plus “items” stored up digitally on my computers.

Taking this on from A and continuing through the entirety of the alphabet until I touch down upon Z, this certainly provides direction and a forward momentum of its own. However, the challenge lies in selection and finding a flow to thread it all together.

Although every song found on these might not be what I normally would present on a mix, or even be something I’d typically recommend, I’m positive the results will at least be more interesting than a standard music block on your radio. I must admit that in the case of some of this music I might not have listened to it in about two decades, and I’m sure that there will be a few I’ve actually never listened to more than once if at all. However, in my opinion, so far so good.

So here on volume two we’ve got Ar to Bal.

Oh and in case you missed it from the first volume, a little explanation on all the inserted scribbles:

In addition to the mix, I plan on pairing each song with a line or two of quick poetic impression. Utilizing each track as a mandala—a target for focus—or perhaps as a prism to refract thought, I think of this aspect of the AZ project as a Solitaire variation on the Surrealists’ game of Exquisite Corpse.  Hopefully in the end I’ll have a few good poems to show or at least a good line or two, but even that concept of “good” doesn’t seem all that important for this project. A psychic investigation and a form of exercise to keep my imagination limber and help the creative juices to continue to flow: sure this may all be a bit self-indulgent, but hell, what isn’t in this world?

Anyway, once all that is completed my intention is to present them stitched and somewhat refined in structure at the bottom of the post.

Oh, I invite you all to create your own and if you like feel free to post them in the comments section below.

Anyways, Come on and click below to continue on what is sure to be a long, long, long and bumpy ride.

…as always,

–ENJOY YOURSELF–

Oh, and as somewhat of an aside, I must say that I’ve never heard a rhyme more perfect and playful than Ira Gershwin’s:

 

Yes, Jonah, he lived in a whale,
Oh Jonah, he lived in a whale,
he made his home in
that fish ab-domen.
Oh Jonah, he lived in a whale.

 

 

AZ- volume 2

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AZ— VOLUME 2

  • It Ain’t Necessarily So – Louis Armstrong (ft. Ella Fitzgerald) (from What A Wonderful World)
  • Broken Mouth Blues – Nic Armstrong & The Thieves (from The Greatest White Liar)
  • They Don’t Make Love Like They Used To – Eddy Arnold (from Last Of The Love Song Singers: Then And Now)
  • Children Play With Earth – Arrested Development (from 3 Years, 5 Months & 2 Days In The Life Of…)
  • On A Beach – Richard Ashcroft (from Alone With Everybody)
  • Extra Kings – The Avalanches (from Since I Left You)
  • Chest’ è l’africa – Enzo Avitabile & Bottari (feat. Hugh Masekala) (from Salvamm’o munno)
  • Even Stranger – Baby Elephant (Bernie Worrell, Prince Paul, Newkirk) (from Turn My Teeth Up!)
  • Listen To Me – Baby Huey and the Babysitters (from The Baby Huey Story)
  • The Medicine – Baby Lemonade (from 68% Pure Imagination)
  • La Belle Et La Bête – Babyshambles (from Down In Albion)
  • Slow Down – Backbeat Band (Greg Dulli, Thurston Moore, Don Fleming, Mike Mills, Dave Grohl) (from Backbeat Original Soundtrack)
  • Stone On The Water – Badly Drawn Boy (from The Hour Of The Bewilderbeast)
  • Long Gone – Syd Barrett (from The Madcap Laughs)
  • Individual – Bad Religion (from Stranger Than Fiction)
  • Danger/Think Twice/World Keeps Turning (Outro) – Erykah Badu (feat. China Black & Roy Hargrove) (from Worldwide Underground)
  • Tears Of Rage – Joan Baez (from Any Day Now)
  • I’d Like To – Corinne Bailey Rae (from Corinne Bailey Rae)
  • Who Loves – Matteah Baim (feat. Devendra Banhart) (from Death Of The Sun)
  • Meboli – Balkan Beat Box (feat. Vlada Tomova) (from Balkan Beat Box)

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They’ll tell you that there are only a few avenues, four perhaps, through which to take it and go:

swallow, spit, smile, or chew.

But it’s not true, and much more likely some confluence of those along with some other unknown element.

It Ain’t Necessarily SoLouis Armstrong (ft. Ella Fitzgerald) (from What A Wonderful World)

——————  —-  — –  ———————– – —– — —–    –

We take it on the arches only to return with feints, jabs, and other charms of learned behavior.

He’ll tell her that there are only five cognitive functions:

perception; memory; attention; language; and intelligence.

but I just don’t know about these ideological assumptions.

—“Is it getting better?”-“Are we getting worse?”-“What works?”—

And over the remote, row-upon-row of massive servers roaring away, adverts ask:

“Who will you be a year from now?”

Broken Mouth BluesNic Armstrong & The Thieves (from The Greatest White Liar)

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Respire in the subtle all.

They’ll point out to a portion of the fluid and shout:

“Look! New moving parts!”

But some of us focus on

the alchemy in stomata and lungs;

trading in diamonds and coal.

“What works?”

With this ring

I thee wed;

with these songs

We will make it work.

They Don’t Make Love Like They Used ToEddy Arnold (from Last Of The Love Song Singers: Then And Now)

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So we dig out and dig in:

O Great Creator

Let us now water our gardens in the morning

Let us now join in play in the dirt for another afternoon

And in the evening, let us supper together

before we join in on that other dig…dig?

Children Play With EarthArrested Development (from 3 Years, 5 Months & 2 Days In The Life Of…)

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Suicide at a cellular level.

and as we arrive to a point where we think there’s nothing left but all this & perhaps a bit of all that,

We point,

We tell ourselves stories.

We know there’s something more.

On A BeachRichard Ashcroft (from Alone With Everybody)

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The familiar game of catch-and-kiss-and-jealous-and-kiss-and-release—

Someone will get you.

Extra KingsThe Avalanches (from Since I Left You)

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Enjoy your meal

The four courses have been prepared

Enjoy your meal

Chest’ è l’africaEnzo Avitabile & Bottari (feat. Hugh Masekala) (from Salvamm’o munno)

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We dance with callous…

…before we unveil the soft orbit of our hearts

Even StrangerBaby Elephant (Bernie Worrell, Prince Paul, Newkirk) (from Turn My Teeth Up!)

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If there be anyone who still feels

they still have something left to say

still

listen and speak

why not when

after all

We’ve been falling all this time

Listen To MeBaby Huey and the Babysitters (from The Baby Huey Story)

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Particularly those that please,

All volatile chemicals are symbols,

through which we come to understand,

given enough time.

Let us now have time enough

for all this & perhaps a bit of all that.

The Medicine Baby Lemonade (from 68% Pure Imagination)

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Beauty & The Beast & Bread & Circus

That familiar game…the clip-clop of horse-hooves & heartbeats

La Belle Et La BêteBabyshambles (from Down In Albion)

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“Slow Down”

:in all things, no better words of advice were ever passed from lips:

“slow down”

Slow DownBackbeat Band (Greg Dulli, Thurston Moore, Don Fleming, Mike Mills, Dave Grohl) (from Backbeat Original Soundtrack)

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We go

headlong into the dissolve we go

We go

but it need not be frightening for no one

Sad

Sure

we remember sometimes

We go

Stone On The WaterBadly Drawn Boy (from The Hour Of The Bewilderbeast)

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Return,

to what?

Drop the feint and jab of your mad bird act

long enough for our orbits

to go

where they will

Long GoneSyd Barrett (from The Madcap Laughs)

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Let us now fall through the cracks together

Who cares for forgot

or remembered?

Let us now fall through the cracks together

IndividualBad Religion (from Stranger Than Fiction)

— — — — — — — —– —– —– —– —– —– —– —– —– —– – – – —— —————

—(you’ve got me feeling-some-type-of-way/I’ve got you feeling-some-type-of-way)—

Danger/Think Twice/World Keeps Turning (Outro)Erykah Badu (feat. China Black & Roy Hargrove) (from Worldwide Underground)

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Betrayal?

Sure

Forgiven

Hurt?

Still Here

We Go On

—I Love You—

Tears Of RageJoan Baez (from Any Day Now)

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tender orbit

touch

tender orbit

I’d Like ToCorinne Bailey Rae (from Corinne Bailey Rae)

— — –            ——– —              – —               –                     —

Return,

to who?

Who loves you, baby?

Who LovesMatteah Baim (feat. Devendra Banhart) (from Death Of The Sun) [photo by Lauren Dukoff]

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—I Love You—

MeboliBalkan Beat Box (feat. Vlada Tomova) (from Balkan Beat Box)

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BAL (Ballast Tank Prayers For Those In Love, and Other Dialogues With God)

 

They’ll tell you that there are only a few avenues, four perhaps, through which to take it and go:

swallow, spit, smile, or chew.

But it’s not true, and much more likely some confluence of those along with some other unknown element.

We take it on the arches only to return with feints, jabs, and other charms of learned behavior.

He’ll tell her that there are only five cognitive functions:

perception; memory; attention; language; and intelligence.

But I just don’t know about these ideological assumptions.

 

—“Is it getting better?”-“Are we getting worse?”-“What works?”—

 

And over the remote, row-upon-row of massive servers roaring away, adverts ask:

“Who will you be a year from now?”

 

Respire in the subtle all.

They’ll point out to a portion of the fluid and shout:

“Look! New moving parts!”

but some of us focus on

The alchemy in stomata and lungs;

trading in diamonds and coal.

“What works?”

With this ring

I thee wed;

With these songs

We will make it work.

 

So we dig out and dig in:

O Great Creator

Let us now water our gardens in the morning

Let us now join in play in the dirt for another afternoon

And in the evening, let us supper together

before we join in on that other dig…dig?

 

Suicide at a cellular level.

and as we arrive to a point where we think there’s nothing left but all this and

perhaps a bit of all that,

We point,

We tell ourselves stories.

We know there’s something more.

 

The familiar game of catch-and-kiss-and-jealous-and-kiss-and-release—

Someone will get you.

 

Enjoy your meal

            The four courses have been prepared

            Enjoy your meal

 

We dance with callous…

…before we unveil the soft orbit of our hearts

 

If there be anyone who still feels

They still have something left to say

still

listen and speak

why not when

after all

We’ve been falling all this time

 

Particularly those that please,

All volatile chemicals are symbols,

through which we come to understand,

given enough time.

Let us now have time enough

for all this & perhaps a bit of all that.

Beauty & The Beast & Bread & Circus

That Familiar game…the clip-clop of horse-hooves & heartbeats

 

“Slow Down”

 

:in all things, no better words of advice were ever passed from lips:

 

“slow down”

We go

headlong into the dissolve we go

We go

Sad

Sure

but it need not be frightening for no one

we remember sometimes

We go

Return,

to what?

Drop the feint and jab of your mad bird act

long enough for our orbits

to go

where they will

 

Let us now fall through the cracks together

Who cares for forgot

or remembered?

Let us now fall through the cracks together

 

—(you’ve got me feeling-some-type-of-way/I’ve got you feeling-some-type-of-way)—

 

Betrayal?

Sure

Forgiven

Hurt?

Still Here

We Go On

 

—I Love You—

 

tender orbit

touch

tender orbit

Return,

to who?

Who Loves you, baby?

 

—I Love You—

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A MOUTHFUL OF PENNIES PRESENTS: ON THE GOOD BLOOD (VOL. 1-3)

Hello All,

Well I’ve got another triptych treat for you here today!

A friend recently asked me to create roughly four hours worth of appropriate tunes for an event she was helping to plan and present. Unfortunately, at the last minute she couldn’t use them. However–despite being put together on some short-notice and the fact that the majority of my albums are still packed up in boxes from a recent move–what I got left holding are what I consider to be some real dope MixTapes with a nice and easy forward groove going for them.

And that’s exactly what I’d like to share with you all.

Hopefully they’ll help you bend your knees, bop your head, and swivel your hips a bit on through this whole supposed “…in like a lion and out like a lamb…showers/flowers…” business we’ve been going through.

———ENJOY YOURSELF!———–

On The Good Blood

 

A Mouthful Of Pennies Presents: 

On The Good Blood (vol. 1)

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On The Good Blood (vol. 2)

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On The Good Blood (vol. 3)

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On The Good Blood VOL 1

 

A Mouthful Of Pennies Presents: On The Good Blood (vol. 1)

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  •       Real Life Dreams On – Bernie Worrell
  •       I Can’t Get Next To You – Al Green
  •       Flute Thing – The Blues Project
  •       Love Having You Around – Stevie Wonder
  •       Brand New Orleans – Prince
  •       Corinne Corrina – Joe Turner
  •       Swegbe and Pako – Fela Kuti
  •       Going Down On Love (demo) – John Lennon
  •       Going Down Slow – Aretha Franklin
  •       Do Your Duty – Candi Staton
  •       It’s Your Thing – Lou Donaldson
  •       River Deep Mountain High – Bobby Doyle
  •       For You – Prince
  •       Listen – Imani Coppola
  •       Mama Get Yourself Together – Baby Huey and the Babysitters
  •       I’m In Love With You – Christopher Ellis (Cojie of Mighty Crown remix)
  •       Village Soul – Lennie Hibbert (Cojie of Mighty Crown remix remix)
  •       Warning Of Dub – Lee “Scratch” Perry
  •       Don’t Brag, Don’t Boast – Clancy Eccles
  •       Do Unto Others – Pee Wee Crayton
  •       Chops And Thangs – Beat Konducta [Madlib]

 

On The Good Blood VOL 2

 

A Mouthful Of Pennies Presents: On The Good Blood (vol. 2)

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  •       Norwegian Wood – Count Basie
  •       Sir Greendown – Janelle Monáe
  •       Root Down – Jimmy Smith
  •       Behind the Scenes: Jazz – J.Period & Q-Tip
  •       “Let’s Do It” – Billie Holiday
  •       Bags’ Groove – Milt Jackson
  •       Sittin’ On The Dock Of The Bay – Peggy Lee
  •       I’m Shakin’ – Jack White
  •       Get Out Of My Life, Woman – Joe Williams
  •       Mixed-Up, Shook-Up Girl – Patty & the Emblems
  •       Hit Or Miss – Bo Diddley
  •       Mystic Brew – Ronnie Foster
  •       Medley: Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End/Here Comes The Sun/Come Together – Booker T. & The MG’s
  •       A Light In The Attic – Shel Silverstein
  •       Shakara – Fela Kuti
  •       Priority – Mos Def
  •       Viceroy’s Row – Elvis Costello & The Roots
  •       Armagideon Time (A.M.O.P. remix) – Willie Williams
  •       Lock Down – Cypress Hill

 

 

On The Good Blood VOL. 3

 

A Mouthful Of Pennies Presents: On The Good Blood (vol. 3)

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  •       Treat – Santana
  •       Suite V Electric Overture – Janelle Monáe
  •       Every Now and Then – The Shotgun Wedding Quintet
  •       You and Your Folks, Me and My Folks – Funkadelic
  •       In Time – Sly & The Family Stone
  •       Watching The Detectives – Elvis Costello
  •       Come The Meantimes – Elvis Costello & The Roots
  •       Jah Jah Me No Born Yah – Cornell Campbell
  •       Everything Is Everything – Booker T. Jones
  •       I Am the Walrus – Bud Shank
  •       Groovin – Willie Mitchell
  •       Fred Berry – Baby Elephant (Bernie Worrell, Prince Paul, Newkirk)
  •       Spinning Wheel – Peggy Lee
  •       Compared To What – John Legend & The Roots
  •       Security Of The First World – Public Enemy
  •       That’s The Way Love Is – Marvin Gaye
  •       Let Me Roll It – Paul McCartney & Wings
  •       You Gotta Move – Sam Cooke
  •       Born To Love You – Rose Royce
  •       “Broaden Our Minds” – The Joker (Jack Nicholson)
  •       Soulful Dress – Sugar Pie DeSanto
  •       Maggie’s Farm – Linda Gayle
  •       Medley: Because / You Never Give Me Your Money – Booker T. & The MG’s
  •       Call On Me (A.M.O.P. edit) – Big Brother And The Holding Company (feat. Janis Joplin)

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Bernie Worrell

Al Green

The Blues Project

Stevie Wonder

Prince

Joe Turner

Fela Kuti

John Lennon

Aretha Franklin

Candi Staton

Lou Donaldson

Bobby Doyle

Imani Coppola

Baby Huey and the Babysitters

Christopher Ellis

Cojie of Mighty Crown

Lennie Hibbert

Lee “Scratch” Perry

Clancy Eccles

Pee Wee Crayton

Beat Konducta [Madlib]

Count Basie

Janelle Monáe

Jimmy Smith

J. Period

Billie Holiday (with Mister Downbeat)

Milt Jackson

Peggy Lee

Jack White

Joe Williams

Patty and the Emblems

Bo Diddley

Ronnie Foster

Booker T. & The MG’s

Shel Silverstein

Mos Def (aka Yasiin Bey)

Elvis Costello & The Roots

Willie Williams

Cypress Hill (B-Real, Sen Dog, DJ Muggs)

Santana

The Shotgun Wedding Quintet

Funkadelic

Sly & The Family Stone

Elvis Costello

Cornell Campbell

Booker T. Jones (w/ Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson, Kirk Douglass, & Owen Biddle)

Bud Shank

Willie Mitchell

Baby Elephant (Bernie Worrell, Prince Paul, Newkirk)

John Legend & The Roots

Public Enemy

Marvin Gaye

Paul McCartney & Wings

Sam Cooke

Rose Royce

The Joker (Jack Nicholson)

Bob Dylan

Sugar Pie DeSanto

Linda Gayle

Big Brother And The Holding Company (feat. Janis Joplin)

 

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A MOUTHFUL OF PENNIES PRESENTS: The Two Cent Spit: (Vol. I) Nah-Ah-Meen & (Vol. 2) Nah-Ahm-Shayun

Hello all. Lately I can’t seem to peel myself away from some other projects I’ve got going so I’ve got to hold off a little longer on posting up part 2 to my mix, EL AMBIENTE BIEN BABES Y BEAN DE URUGUAY. But, I’ll be posting some other MixTapes for you to bump through this fading summer, and I’ve got something here for you right now.

Today, real Hip Hop is over here at A Mouthful of Pennies! If you’re having a friendly cook-out this Labor Day weekend you can listen to the same ol’ feel-good-hit-of-the-summer or some one-tone nonsense rap rolling out your radio every twelve minutes, or you can listen to something other spit from A Mouthful of Pennies! Processed and sequenced for your consumption–my very own hip hop bootlegs–the two-volume set: The Two Cent Spit: (Vol. I) Nah-Ah-Meen & (Vol. 2) Nah-Ahm-Shayun

—Enjoy yourself!

Nah-ah-Meen

The Two Cent Spit: (Vol. I) Nah-Ah-Meen ——————(CLICK TO LISTEN & DOWNLOAD)—

If you download it, the playlist is listed under the “Lyrics” tab.

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Nah-ahm-Shayun

The Two Cent Spit: (Vol. 2) Nah-Ahm-Shayun —————(CLICK TO LISTEN & DOWNLOAD)—

If you download it, the playlist is listed under the “Lyrics” tab.

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Nah-ah-Meen

The Two Cent Spit:

(Vol. I ) Nah-Ah-Meen

by A Mouthful Of Pennies (Bobby Calero)

Bootleg cover art by A Mouthful Of Pennies (Bobby Calero)

1)   Assasination Day [beat] –RZA

2)   Work – Gang Starr

3)   “This is a jorney into sound…”

4)   Despicable (Freestyle) – Eminem

5)   Big Beat/Wallys & Pringles – Raekwon

6)   Guns Blazing – UNKLE, feat. Kool G Rap

7)   Got My Mind Made Up – 2Pac, feat. Dat Nigga Daz, Kurupt, Redman, & Method Man

8)   Intoxicated – Ol’ Dirty Bastard, feat. Raekwon, Method Man, & Macy Gray

9)   Deadly Combination (March 9 Remix) – The Notorious B.I.G., Feat. 2Pac & Big L (J.Period & G. Brown remix)

10) Superlyrical  – The Roots, feat. Big Pun (J.Period remix)

11) Give Up the Goods – Q-Tip f. Nas & Mobb Deep (J.Period Remix)

12) Gangsta B*tch – Apache & Q-Tip (J.Period Remix)

13) N.Y. State Of Mind part 1&2 – Nas(A Mouthful of Pennies Manson remix)

14) Whar – RZA, feat. Ghostface Killah, Kool G Rap, & Tash Mahogany

15) Welcome To Jamrock – Damian Marley (Rob Dinero Remix Feat. The Notorious B.I.G.)

16) Welcome 2 My Block – Damian Marley, feat. 2Pac, Nas, & Scarface (Clinton Sparks remix)

17) Spit Yo Game (March 9 Remix) – The Notorious B.I.G., feat. Twista (J.Period & G. Brown remix)

18)  May 23rd Freestyle – Eminem

19) Wildflower [beat] – RZA

20) Channel Zero – Lost Boyz

21) Life Could Killer Bee – Rotary Connection/RZA (A Mouthful of Pennies remix)

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Nah-ahm-Shayun

The Two Cent Spit:   

(Vol. II) Nah-Ahm-Shayun

by A Mouthful Of Pennies (Bobby Calero)

Bootleg cover art by A Mouthful Of Pennies (Bobby Calero)

1) “This is a jorney into sound…”

2) Make Some Noise – Beastie Boys

3) Platinum Plus – Big L & Big Daddy Kane (J. Perdiod remix)

4) Across The Sea Piano Noodles [snippet] – Weezer

5) On My Block – 2Pac, feat. Scarface (DJ Vlad remix)

6) Lift Ya Skirt – Ol’ Dirty Bastard, feat. Missy Elliot

7) Turn My Teeth Up! – Baby Elephant (Bernie Worrell, Prince Paul, Don Newkirk)

8) Samurai Showdown [beat] – RZA

9) Alicia Keys Interlude – Alicia Keys (DJ Vlad remix)

10) What’s Beef (March 9 Remix) – The Notorious B.I.G., feat. Mos Def (J.Period & G. Brown remix)

11) Higher Level – KRS-One

12) Chops And Thangs – Beat Conductor

13) B.I.G. Freestyle/Kane Freestyle – The Notorious B.I.G/Big Daddy Kane (J.Period remix)

14) 2Pac Freestyle – 2Pac

15) Know The Ledge – Eric B. & Rakim

16) Scared Money – Saul Williams

17) Rock Star/Malcolm X/Roots Of A Tree/Come Together – The Roots, feat. Zion I (J.Period remix)

18) Wanna Get – Cam’ron

19) Next Time – Gang Starr

20) Same Song – Digital Underground

21) Audience Pleasers – Organized Konfusion

22) Bump ‘n’ Grind – Beck

23) I’d Rather Fuck You – Eazy-E

24) Banister Fight – RZA

25) New York Is Killing Me – Gil Scott-Heron, feat. Nas & Mos Def (A Mouthful of Pennies remix)

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RZA

Gang Starr

Eminem

 

Raekwon

UNKLE

Kool G Rap

Tupac

Daz

Kurupt

Redman

Method Man

Ol’ Dirty Bastard

Macy Gray

The Notorious B.I.G.

Big L

J. Period

The Roots

Big Pun

Q-Tip

Nas

Mobb Deep

Apache

Ghostface Killah

Tash Mahogany

Damian Marley

Scarface

Twista

Lost Boyz

Beastie Boys

Big Daddy Kane

DJ Vlad

Missy Elliott

Prince Paul

Bernie Worrell

Don Newkirk

Alicia Keys

Mos Def

G. Brown

KRS-One

Madlib

Eric B. & Rakim

Saul Williams

Zion I

Cam’ron

Digital Underground

Organized Konfusion

Beck

Eazy E

Gil Scott-Heron

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