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THE DEMISE OF THE MASK (VOL 4)

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Hello All.

Welcome to Volume Four of the MixTape series: The Demise Of The Mask. –(Volume One here)__(Volume Two here)__(Volume Three here)-

Along with featuring a whole slew of fine, fine tunes by the likes of John LennonTom WaitsSteve Harley & Cockney RebelAlela Diane, Otis Redding, Kamasi Washington, Uruguayan singer Vera Sienra with her wistful waltz made in collaboration with the brilliant but erratic Eduardo Mateo, and a whole lot of others–this mix contains some more songs from a few of my favorite albums of 2016. Albums like Anderson .Paak‘s Malibu with its meticulous whirl and groove; Turkish artist Gaye Su Akyol and her kinetic sophomore record Hologram Imparatorlugu (Hologram Empire); Emily’s D+Evolution by Esperanza Spalding (which is a bit like if Joni Mitchell, Zappa, and Prince collaborated on a project); the fantastic Visions Of Us On The Land, Damien Jurado‘s (and sonic collaborator Richard Swift‘s) final installment of a loose trilogy that began with 2012’s Maraqopa and then continued with 2014’s phenomenal Brothers And Sisters Of The Eternal Son; and also Solange‘s A Seat at the Table, which I just first listened to two days ago and was completely blown away by! Her track here on this mix–“Borderline (An Ode To Self Care)“–features production by Q-Tip, and along with his work on last year’s amazing A Tribe Called Quest record We got it from Here… Thank You 4 Your service he has really impressed me in this capacity.

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__The Demise Of The Mask (Vol 4)__When We Collide ___
  • Royal – Anon (aka Wynn)
  • Walrus – Damien Jurado (w/ Richard Swift)
  • I Am a Walrus – Freddie McCoy (The Beatles cover)
  • Moon – Björk
  • Windows – Chick Corea (w/ Miroslav Vitouš & Roy Haynes)
  • Clap Hands – Tom Waits
  • I Can’t Give You Anything – Ramones
  • Nothing I Can Do – Alela Diane
  • Do You Dig U? – Q-Tip, ft. Gary Thomas & Kurt Rosenwinkel
  • Eski tüfek – Gaye Su Akyol
  • NGH WHT Chapter 18 – Saul Williams (W/ Thomas Kessler and The Arditti String Quartet)
  • The Season / Carry Me – Anderson .Paak
  • Borderline (An Ode To Self Care) – Solange, ft. Q-Tip
  • Judas – Esperanza Spalding
  • Umi Says – Mos Def
  • Isolation – John Lennon
  • Cluster Ghosts – Madlib
  • untitled 03 | 05.28.2013. – Kendrick Lamar, ft. Thundercat, Bilal, Terrace Martin & Anna Wise
  • Black Broadway – John Phillips
  • Barbary Coast – Weather Report
  • Si Tiene Final – Vera Sienra, ft. Eduardo Mateo
  • Final Thought – Kamasi Washington
  • I Love You More Than Words Can Say – Otis Redding
  • Tumbling Down – Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel 

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[Royal – Anon (aka Wynn)]

[Royal – Anon (aka Wynn)]

[Walrus – Damien Jurado (w/ Richard Swift)]

[Walrus – Damien Jurado (w/ Richard Swift)]

[I Am a Walrus – Freddie McCoy]

[I Am a Walrus – Freddie McCoy]

[Moon – Björk]

[Moon – Björk]

[Windows – Chick Corea (w/ Miroslav Vitouš & Roy Haynes)]

[Windows – Chick Corea (w/ Miroslav Vitouš & Roy Haynes)]

[Clap Hands – Tom Waits (still from 1986 film Down by Law by Jim Jarmusch)]

[Clap Hands – Tom Waits (still from 1986 film Down by Law by Jim Jarmusch)]

[I Can’t Give You Anything – Ramones]

[I Can’t Give You Anything – Ramones]

[Nothing I Can Do – Alela Diane, (photo by Guy Stephens for Swanfield Muse Project)]

[Nothing I Can Do – Alela Diane, (photo by Guy Stephens for Swanfield Muse Project)]

[Do You Dig U? – Q-Tip, ft. Gary Thomas & Kurt Rosenwinkel]

[Do You Dig U? – Q-Tip, ft. Gary Thomas & Kurt Rosenwinkel]

[Eski tüfek – Gaye Su Akyol]

[Eski tüfek – Gaye Su Akyol]

[NGH WHT Chapter 18 – Saul Williams (W/ Thomas Kessler and The Arditti String Quartet)]

[NGH WHT Chapter 18 – Saul Williams (W/ Thomas Kessler and The Arditti String Quartet)]

[The Season / Carry Me – Anderson .Paak, cover design by Dewey Saunders]

[The Season / Carry Me – Anderson .Paak, cover design by Dewey Saunders]

[Borderline (An Ode To Self Care) – Solange, ft. Q-Tip; (photo by Carlota Guerrero)]

[Borderline (An Ode To Self Care) – Solange, ft. Q-Tip; (photo by Carlota Guerrero)]

[Judas – Esperanza Spalding, (photo by Holly Andres)]

[Judas – Esperanza Spalding, (photo by Holly Andres)]

[Umi Says – Mos Def]

[Umi Says – Mos Def]

[Isolation – John Lennon]

[Isolation – John Lennon]

[Cluster Ghosts - Madlib]

[Cluster Ghosts – Madlib]

[untitled 03 | 05.28.2013. – Kendrick Lamar, ft. Thundercat, Bilal, Terrace Martin & Anna Wise]

[untitled 03 | 05.28.2013. – Kendrick Lamar, ft. Thundercat, Bilal, Terrace Martin & Anna Wise]

[Black Broadway – John Phillips]

[Black Broadway – John Phillips]

[Barbary Coast – Weather Report]

[Barbary Coast – Weather Report]

[Si Tiene Final – Vera Sienra, ft. Eduardo Mateo]

[Si Tiene Final – Vera Sienra, ft. Eduardo Mateo]

[Final Thought – Kamasi Washington]

[Final Thought – Kamasi Washington]

[I Love You More Than Words Can Say – Otis Redding]

[I Love You More Than Words Can Say – Otis Redding]

[Tumbling Down – Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel]

[Tumbling Down – Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel]

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THE DEMISE OF THE MASK (VOL 3)

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A MOUTHFUL OF PENNIES PRESENTS:
__The Demise Of The Mask (Vol 3)__  ___
  • And I Was Blue – Sunforest
  • Fantastic Voyage – David Bowie
  • Defriended – Beck
  • The Bogus Man – Roxy Music
  • The Bogus Man – The Bryan Ferry Orchestra
  • Solid Wall Of Sound / Dis Generation – A Tribe Called Quest
  • Yes Indeed – Ron Carter With Eric Dolphy & Mal Waldron
  • Abbaon Fat Tracks – Tricky ft. Martina Topley-Bird
  • Downward Spiral – Danny Brown
  • Think Like They Book Say – Saul Williams
  • Ful Stop – Radiohead
  • Re Run – Kamasi Washington
  • Don’t Hurt Yourself – Beyoncé (ft.. Jack White)
  • Shoo-B-Doop and Cop Him – Betty Davis
  • Jersey Yo! – Redman
  • I Wanna Know If It’s Good to You? – Funkadelic
  • Pass The Mic – Beastie Boys
  • Stirring – Flying Lotus

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Hello All.

Welcome to Volume Three of my new series of MixTapes: The Demise Of The Mask. –(Volume One here)__(Volume Two here)-.

Although the MixTape features what I find to be many fine songs, I did want to make special mention of David Bowie‘s 1979 track “Fantastic Voyage” as I think this odd pop work is one of the greatest songs to tackle just what it feels like for We The People to live under Nationalism and the soul distortion of patriotic rhetoric. In particular it captures the peculiar and ambiguous but very human emotion of volatile resignation when under absurd power structures or abandoned and made vulnerable in what he describes as both “this criminal world” and “a very modern world.”

“Loyalty is valuable…” Bowie sings, “…but our lives are valuable too.”

As Chris O’Leary wrote on his fantastic blog Pushing Ahead of the Dame (published in part as the book Rebel Rebel):

David Bowie will likely never tour again, may never even sing live again. If so, the last song that he ever performed on stage was “Fantastic Voyage,” a neglected song from a neglected record. It’s a fitting choice. “Fantastic Voyage,” though sequenced as Lodger‘s lead-off track, could have easily served as its closer, and it also works as Bowie’s final statement, a cranky humanist manifesto.

In “Voyage” there’s a striking change of tone from the other Berlin records or Station to Station: Bowie’s no longer at a remove. He’s on the ground, restored to humanity, admitting his powerlessness, reduced to observing and making asides. He sounds both warmer (the slow, generous phrasing of the opening lines) and less calculating; he lets scattered, volatile emotions overrun his song.

Bowie had once seemed to welcome the apocalypse, as it held the potential for transformation. Now in “Fantastic Voyage” he seems older and generally pissed off (“think of us as fatherless scum“), with such delusions drummed out of him. He’s grasped a peasant realism: we are largely governed by killers and fools, our lives hang on their arbitrary mercies.

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“Fantastic Voyage”

In the event
that this fantastic voyage
Should turn to erosion
and we never get old
Remember it’s true, dignity is valuable
But our lives are valuable too
We’re learning to live with somebody’s depression
And I don’t want to live with somebody’s depression
We’ll get by, I suppose
It’s a very modern world,
but nobody’s perfectIt’s a moving world,
but that’s no reason
To shoot some of those missiles
Think of us as fatherless scum
It won’t be forgotten
‘Cause we’ll never say anything nice again, will we?And the wrong words make you listen
In this criminal world
Remember it’s true, loyalty is valuable
But our lives are valuable tooWe’re learning to live with somebody’s depression
And I don’t want to live with somebody’s depression
We’ll get by I suppose
But any sudden movement I’ve got to write it down
They wipe out an entire race and I’ve got to write it down
But I’m still getting educated but I’ve got to write it down
And it won’t be forgotten
‘Cause I’ll never say anything nice again, how can I?

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The mix also features a bit of music off of just some of my favorite albums of 2016, like Saul Williams‘s MartyrLoserKing, A Tribe Called Quest‘s long awaited reunion We got it from Here… Thank You 4 Your service, Radiohead‘s A Moon Shaped Pool, and Beyoncé‘s collaboration with Jack White from her album Lemonade. (Jack White is having quite a year appearing on both Beyoncé’s and A Tribe Called Quest’s records, as well as releasing the great double-album compilation Acoustic Recordings 1998–2016 and his label Third Man Records being responsible for the release of  Margo Price‘s impressive debut, Midwest Farmer’s Daughter).

I know I’ve been a bit slow this year to dig in to new music as I spent the majority of the year mourning two of my all time favorites, with the first half of the year listening to David Bowie’s discography and the latter half listening to Prince’s. 

However, this MixTape additionally features “Downward Spiral” by Danny Brown, which is the opening track to his beautifully disturbed record Atrocity Exhibition. No, not necessarily an easy listening experience; this is a record that certainly lands on my top ten releases of 2016 (falling closer to the #1 spot than 10). Making me think of some anxious black tar mutation between Tricky, Talking Heads, and the ridiculous Trap music everyone blasts from their cars in my neighborhood, Atrocity Exhibition still remains one of the most idiosyncratic works in a genre that often seems to enforce and celebrate the homogeneous with a false smile.

As for what is my #1 record of 2016, well that without a doubt belongs to Blackstar by David Bowie. Or as Danny Brown perfectly put it himself in an interview with the online music magazine Pitchfork:

Blackstar is definitely the biggest album to me this year. That album is fucking creepy. It scares the shit out of me. And those videos. Fuck. I kind of relate to it, to him. When you put that much of your life into music, can’t nobody ever take that—you can’t rate that. You can’t review this. He died for this. This is his life right here. When people talk about the best albums of the year, I be like, “Y’all don’t realized Bowie’s album came out this year and he fucking died? What is y’all talking about?” We should hands-down know what the best album of this year is. Shouldn’t be talk of nothing else.

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Also below you’ll find a long list of things I read (or re-read) this year that I truly enjoyed and/or loved. I highly recommend them all! These are not necessarily things that were published this past year but more likely just things I got around to reading since January 2016. When not working on my long, sprawling meditation on the extraordinary and inspiring art of recently deceased David Bowie (R.I.P.) or reading the stunning and always stirring blog Brain Pickings by Maria Popova, I did spend a good deal of my reading time this year immersed in various news articles and such but I wont inundate you with those. I was pretty delighted that the Village Voice had a big upswing in terms of quality, and super excited to find that the entire 1967 to 1973 run of the magazine OZ had been completely digitized.

However, I must list and make honorable mention of what I found to be perhaps the best article I’ve read all year, the Pulitzer Prize winning article “An Unbelievable Story of Rape,” published in December 2015 and written by Pro Publica‘s senior reporter T. Christian Miller in partnership with The Marshall Project‘s Ken Armstrong.

As for the books listed, they are in no particular order of preference except for the graphic novel memoir Becoming Unbecoming by Una, which I can say was one of the most impressive things I’ve read all year and actually brought me to tears. This year I also became a huge fan of the philosopher Simon Critchley through his slim work Bowie and of writer Angela Carter through her fantastic 1972 novel The Infernal Desire Machines of Doctor Hoffman. Samuel R. Delany‘s 1973 novel of hardcore erotica and cartoon, occult pornography must get special mention as the most disgusting thing I’ve ever read that is still yet a thing of exquisite language and beauty: Equinox. In its introduction he describes it as thus:

“This is an artificial, extravagant, and pretentious book […]. But it is honest before its artifice; and in this age of extravagant expressions, honesty is the last pretension.”

This year I also re-read (and not for the first time) two comic book series that I can never recommend enough for those in need of a shift in consciousness (and who is not in need?): Promethea by Alan Moore and The Invisibles by Grant Morrison.

I didn’t read too much poetry this year but wanted to mention the work of one poet I had never heard of that I really thought was absolutely great: Dark Sparkler by Amber Tamblyn. I look forward to reading other work by her.

Speaking of poetry, I did want to share this fantastic piece called Moving Into A Period, which I read in Leonard Cohen‘s 2006 work Book of Longing:

We are moving into a period of bewilderment, a curious moment in which people find light in the midst of despair, and vertigo at the summit of their hopes. It is a religious moment also, and here is the danger. People will want to obey the voice of Authority, and many strange constructs of just what Authority is will arise in every mind. The family will appear again as the Foundation, much honoured, much praised, but those of us who have been pierced by other possibilities, we will merely go through the motions, albeit the motions of love. The public yearning for Order will invite many stubborn uncompromising persons to impose it. The sadness of the zoo will fall upon society.
You and I, who yearn for blameless intimacy, we will be unwilling to speak even the first words of inquisitive delight, for fear of reprisals. Everything desperate will live behind a joke. But I swear that I will stand within the range of your perfume.
How severe seems the moon tonight, like the face of an Iron Maiden, instead of the usual indistinct idiot.
If you think Freud is dishonoured now, and Einstein, and Hemingway, just wait and see what is to be done with all that white hair, by those who come after me.
But there will be a Cross, a sign, that some will understand; a secret meeting, a warning, a Jerusalem hidden in Jerusalem. I will be wearing white clothes, as usual, and I will enter The Innermost Place as I have done generation upon generation, to entreat, to plead, to justify. I will enter the chamber of the Bride and Bridegroom, and no one will follow me.
Have no doubt, in the near future we will be seeing and hearing much more of this sort of thing from people like myself.

You’ll see that there is a lot of Star Wars related material listed (I didn’t get to see The Force Awakens until it was released on DVD midway through this year) and If I had to pick just one to recommend I’d have to go with the novel Star Wars: Lords of the Sith by Paul S. Kemp.

For the sake of full disclosure I have included in the list the two books that I am currently reading: The Diary of a Teenage Girl by Phoebe Gloeckner, and the collection of brilliant essays Cultural Amnesia: Necessary Memories from History and the Arts by Clive JamesAlthough only a little more than halfway through both I know now that I’d easily recommend them as they are just great.

But again, I’d truly recommend anything you find below.

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A MOUTHFUL OF PENNIES PRESENTS:
__The Demise Of The Mask (Vol 3)__  ___
  • And I Was Blue – Sunforest
  • Fantastic Voyage – David Bowie
  • Defriended – Beck
  • The Bogus Man – Roxy Music
  • The Bogus Man – The Bryan Ferry Orchestra
  • Solid Wall Of Sound / Dis Generation – A Tribe Called Quest
  • Yes Indeed – Ron Carter With Eric Dolphy & Mal Waldron
  • Abbaon Fat Tracks – Tricky ft. Martina Topley-Bird
  • Downward Spiral – Danny Brown
  • Think Like They Book Say – Saul Williams
  • Ful Stop – Radiohead
  • Re Run – Kamasi Washington
  • Don’t Hurt Yourself – Beyoncé (ft.. Jack White)
  • Shoo-B-Doop and Cop Him – Betty Davis
  • Jersey Yo! – Redman
  • I Wanna Know If It’s Good to You? – Funkadelic
  • Pass The Mic – Beastie Boys
  • Stirring – Flying Lotus

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2016 Reading List:________

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[And I Was Blue - Sunforest]

[And I Was Blue – Sunforest]

[Fantastic Voyage - David Bowie]

[Fantastic Voyage – David Bowie]

[Defriended - Beck]

[Defriended – Beck]

[The Bogus Man - Roxy Music]

[The Bogus Man – Roxy Music]

[The Bogus Man - The Bryan Ferry Orchestra]

[The Bogus Man – The Bryan Ferry Orchestra]

[Solid Wall Of Sound / Dis Generation - A Tribe Called Quest]

[Solid Wall Of Sound / Dis Generation – A Tribe Called Quest]

[Yes Indeed - Ron Carter With Eric Dolphy & Mal Waldron]

[Yes Indeed – Ron Carter With Eric Dolphy & Mal Waldron]

[Abbaon Fat Tracks - Tricky ft. Martina Topley-Bird]

[Abbaon Fat Tracks – Tricky ft. Martina Topley-Bird]

[Downward Spiral - Danny Brown]

[Downward Spiral – Danny Brown]

[Think Like They Book Say - Saul Williams]

[Think Like They Book Say – Saul Williams]

[Ful Stop - Radiohead]

[Ful Stop – Radiohead]

[Re Run - Kamasi Washington]

[Re Run – Kamasi Washington]

[Don't Hurt Yourself - Beyoncé (ft.. Jack White)]

[Don’t Hurt Yourself – Beyoncé (ft.. Jack White)]

[Shoo-B-Doop and Cop Him - Betty Davis]

[Shoo-B-Doop and Cop Him – Betty Davis]

[Jersey Yo! - Redman]

[Jersey Yo! – Redman]

[I Wanna Know If It's Good to You? - Funkadelic]

[I Wanna Know If It’s Good to You? – Funkadelic]

[Pass The Mic - Beastie Boys]

[Pass The Mic – Beastie Boys]

[Stirring - Flying Lotus]

[Stirring – Flying Lotus]

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All the best to you and yours & Happy New Year!—  –   ————-______-________ ->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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THE DEMISE OF THE MASK (VOL 1)

Hello All,

Here’s the first volume of a new series of MixTapes: The Demise Of The Mask.

This one here features “The Future,” which is perhaps my favorite tune by the late great Leonard Cohen (R.I.P.), It’s fascinating to me that his cold vision of a future of murder is one where there is no longer any privacy, definitions, or truths and where all are completely ignorant to even the idea of certain spiritual mechanisms like redemption, repentance, and resurrection: When they said repent, I wonder what they meant…

Of course the song also features one of Cohen’s finest lines and one that serves as a fracture of light in it’s vicious but torpid slab of a landscape: Love’s the only engine of survival.

Oh the mix features as well as some fantastic new stuff by Saul Williams, Devendra Banhart, Iggy Pop, and Radiohead. Oh and it’s also got a lovely number called “Love On The Brain” by Rihanna that my little boy just loves slow spinning to. All this and a whole lot more flow! So press play and enjoy yourself! And as always:

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.

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A MOUTHFUL OF PENNIES PRESENTS:
__The Demise Of The Mask (Vol 1)__
  • Lilacs  – Lilacs & Champagne
  • Down For Some Ignorance – Saul Williams
  • The Future – Leonard Cohen
  • Back to the Future (Part II) – D’Angelo & The Vanguard
  • Stay Cool  – The Roots, ft. Q-Tip (J.Period Remix)
  • Sky Saw – Brian Eno
  • Mother Of Pearl – Roxy Music
  • Chocolate Drops – Iggy Pop
  • Linda – Devendra Banhart
  • Sunset And The Mocking Bird (Queen’s Suite part 1) – Duke Ellington & His Orchestra
  • Something In The Water (Does Not Compute) – Prince
  • CPU – Big Boi, ft. Phantogram
  • Identikit – Radiohead
  • The Dolphin (Before) – Bill Evans
  • I Can Love Again – Jamie Lidell
  • Love On The Brain – Rihanna
  • Looks Good With Trouble – Solange
  • Décollage – Air
  • Libra, the mirror’s minor self / Love’s long listen-in – Broadcast & The Focus Group
  • Flunkt Sass Vs The Root Flume – of Montreal
  • Walk It Back – R.E.M.
  • The Dolphin (After) – Bill Evans
  • Crimson Escalation – crush_DLX (Pop Levi & Bunny Holiday)
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[Lilacs – Lilacs & Champagne]

[Lilacs – Lilacs & Champagne]

[Down For Some Ignorance – Saul Williams]

[Down For Some Ignorance – Saul Williams]

[The Future – Leonard Cohen (photo by Guido Harari, Paris 1992)]

[The Future – Leonard Cohen (photo by Guido Harari, Paris 1992)]

[Back to the Future (Part II) - D'Angelo & The Vanguard]

[Back to the Future (Part II) – D’Angelo & The Vanguard]

[Stay Cool - The Roots, ft. Q-Tip (J.Period Remix)]

[Stay Cool – The Roots, ft. Q-Tip (J.Period Remix)]

[Sky Saw - Brian Eno]

[Sky Saw – Brian Eno]

[Mother Of Pearl - Roxy Music]

[Mother Of Pearl – Roxy Music]

[Chocolate Drops - Iggy Pop]

[Chocolate Drops – Iggy Pop]

[Linda - Devendra Banhart]

[Linda – Devendra Banhart]

[Sunset And The Mocking Bird (Queen's Suite part 1) - Duke Ellington & His Orchestra (photo Duke Ellington, Paris, 1958 by Herman Leonard)]

[Sunset And The Mocking Bird (Queen’s Suite part 1) – Duke Ellington & His Orchestra (photo Duke Ellington, Paris, 1958 by Herman Leonard)]

[Something In The Water (Does Not Compute) - Prince]

[Something In The Water (Does Not Compute) – Prince photo by Allen Beaulieu, 1982]

[CPU - Big Boi, ft. Phantogram]

[CPU – Big Boi, ft. Phantogram]

[Identikit - Radiohead]

[Identikit – Radiohead]

[The Dolphin - Before - Bill Evans]

[The Dolphin (Before) – Bill Evans]

[I Can Love Again - Jamie Lidell (art by Anna Higgie)]

[I Can Love Again – Jamie Lidell (art by Anna Higgie)]

[Love On The Brain - Rihanna]

[Love On The Brain – Rihanna]

[Looks Good With Trouble - Solange (photo byElias Tahan, 2012)]

[Looks Good With Trouble – Solange (photo by Elias Tahan, 2012)]

[Libra, the mirror's minor self / Love's long listen-in - Broadcast & The Focus Group]

[Libra, the mirror’s minor self / Love’s long listen-in – Broadcast & The Focus Group]

[Flunkt Sass Vs The Root Flume - of Montreal (art, the peculiar death of Valerie Marie Osten Chafer, or how our nuclear signals proposes certain numeric endings by ANIN TIWN ~ NINA TWIN]

[Flunkt Sass Vs The Root Flume – of Montreal (art, the peculiar death of Valerie Marie Osten Chafer, or how our nuclear signals proposes certain numeric endings by ANIN TIWN ~ NINA TWIN]

[Walk It Back - R.E.M.]

[Walk It Back – R.E.M.]

[The Dolphin (After) - Bill Evans]

[The Dolphin (After) – Bill Evans]

[Crimson Escalation - crush_DLX ]

[Crimson Escalation – crush_DLX (Pop Levi & Bunny Holiday) ]

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All the best—  –   ————-______-________ ->BOBBY CALERO[—+=-_________________If you dig the mix then please feel free to pass & post it along; if you digaparticular artist then please support them and go out and pick up some of their stuff.

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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 & BEAN PRESENT: BEAN STEW: VOL. I & 2

 

Hello All!

I know, “back so soon?…,” but today’s post is for a good cause! The good ladies of BEAN (Bushwick Eco Action Network) asked me if I could put together an entertaining two hours of music to serve as the background sound for the Fall Mixer they’re throwing this evening: B.E.A.N. STEW!

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Calling All Bushwick Cultivars, Permies, Gardeners, Farmers, Environmental activist, Organizers, Community leaders and the Eco-curious!

Join us for the Bushwick Eco-Action Network’s Fall Mixer.
Sunday, September 29th from 5-7pm, join us in the lovely garden of Fritzl’s Lunch Box at 173 Irving Avenue.

Come meet amazing groups and individuals who are working hard to do a little good in New York City. Permaculture enthusiasts, community farm members, hydroponic specialists, food co-op organizers, recycling leaders, environmental justice advocates and you, coming together for a sweet happy hour. We are all working hard to realize a better world and a better New York City. Let’s get together in a relaxed and joyous environment to share, mingle and have a few laughs!

Fun raffles prizes include discounts at farm-to-table restaurants, bars with local brews, workshops and more! Happy hour with $2.50 beers! RSVP here.

See you there!

173 Irving Ave, Brooklyn, New York 11237

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(Other than being what a great deal of my wife’s energy goes towards) the Bushwick Eco Action Network (BEAN) provides a forum for ecological observation, exchange, organizing and action.  Inspired by the principles of Permaculture, they seek to create a more balanced urban ecosystem in relationship to Bushwick’s neighborhood growth. — You can learn more about BEAN and see what they’re up to over here….

…Or, you can come on out to Fritzl’s Lunch Box this evening, Sunday, September 29th, to chit-chat and chew-the-fat face-to-face, y’know, the old-fashioned way.

I hope you all can make it out for this fun meeting-of-the-minds, and I hope you all enjoy the tunes I’ve assembled for this 2 volume MixTape for a mixer. I didn’t have too much free time to finely stitch all these together, so there’s certainly some loose threads and a rough patch-job or two, but I’m sure you can dig it! …On a more personal note, I can already hear Autumn creeping in to my taste. Anyway, thanks, and as always–

–Enjoy yourself-

Bean Stew_Vol I

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A MOUTHFUL OF PENNIES & BEAN PRESENT:

BEAN STEW: VOL. I

by A Mouthful Of Pennies (Bobby Calero)

Cover art by Keri Kroboth-Calero (w/ an amateur twerk or two by Bobby Calero)

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Bean Stew_Vol II

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A MOUTHFUL OF PENNIES & BEAN PRESENT:

BEAN STEW: VOL. II

by A Mouthful Of Pennies (Bobby Calero)

Cover art by Keri Kroboth-Calero (w/ an amateur twerk or two by Bobby Calero)

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Bean Stew_Vol I tracklistBean Stew_Vol II tracklist

—————(BOBBY CALERO)—————

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A MOUTHFUL OF PENNIES PRESENTS: BROKEN TAIL-FEATHERS

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 else here for you today!

For those looking to strut their feathers while throwing a house party, a little backyard boogie, or, to quote Redman, interested in “straight up getting your swerve on whether with a bitch or nigga,” here is two hours, thirteen minutes and twelve seconds of music designed to make you groove and boogaloo ’till you pukethe two-volume bootleg MixTape: BROKEN TAIL-FEATHERS.

—Enjoy yourself!

Broken Tail-Feathers Vol. I

BROKEN TAIL-FEATHERS: (vol. I) Get On

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

 

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Broken Tail-Feathers Vol. 2

BROKEN TAIL-FEATHERS: (vol. II) Get Off

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

 

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Broken Tail-Feathers Vol. I

BROKEN TAIL-FEATHERS: (vol. I) Get On

by A Mouthful Of Pennies (Bobby Calero)

cover art by A Mouthful Of Pennies (Bobby Calero)

1)   “This is a journey into sound…”

2)   Body Baby – Pharoahe Monch

3)   Working Day & Night/P.Y.T./Wanna Be Startin Somethin – Michael Jackson (J.Period remix)

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

5)   Amen, Brother [break] – G. C. Coleman

6)   Dracula’s Wedding – André 3000 (Feat. Kelis)

7)   Let’s Dance/Dancing Machine – Michael Jackson (J.Period remix)

8)   Ain’t No Fun – Snoop Dogg (feat. Nate Dogg, Warren G., Nanci Fletcher, and Kurupt)

9)   Gett Off – Prince

10)         Panic So Charming (What the Fuck Style) – J.U.F. (Gogol Bordello & Balkan Beat Box)

11)         Bulgarian Chicks – Balkan Beat Box

12)         Cocaine Blues – Escort

13)         Amen, Brother [break] – G. C. Coleman

14)         Lift Ya Skirt – Ol’ Dirty Bastard

15)         Vivrant Thing/Move/Breathe & Stop – Q-Tip (J.Period Remix)

16)         The loop of ’88 [break] – Simon Harris

17)         I Wanna Rock (Doo Doo Brown) – 2 Live Crew

18)         You Don’t Love Me (No No No) – Dawn Penn

19)         Get Ur Freak On [break] – Missy Elliott & Timbaland

20)         Shanty Town – Desmond Dekker (Diplo remix)

21)         Guns of Brooklyn – Santogold (Diplo remix)

22)         Iko Iko – The Dixie Cups (Diplo remix)

23)         Catembe [break] – Miles Davis

24)         Flava In Ya Ear (March 9 Remix) – The Notorious B.I.G (J.Period Remix)

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Broken Tail-Feathers Vol. 2

BROKEN TAIL-FEATHERS: (vol. II) Get Off

by A Mouthful Of Pennies (Bobby Calero)

Cover art by A Mouthful Of Pennies (Bobby Calero)

1)    “This is a journey 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)    —Run-D.M.C Break—

6)    Big Belly Guns – Tony Matterhorn (Diplo remix)

7)    Get Busy – Sean Paul

8)    A Who Seh Ne Dun (Wake de Man)/Limb By Limb – Cutty Ranks

9)    Teach Me How To Bunny [Instrumental snippet] – Pop Levi & Bunny Holiday

10)  Murder She Wrote – Chaka Demus & Pliers

11)  If I Were A Rich Girl – Louchie Lou & Michie One

12) Fiesta-La – The Fugees (The Heatwave Refix)

13) Freaks – Lil’ Vicious & Doug E. Fresh

14) Action – Nadine Sutherland & Terror Fabulous

15) Tour Mix Part1 – Capleton (Grubson Mix)

16) As I Come Back – Busta Rhymes (Grubson Mix)

17)  Black Sweat – Prince

18)  Let’s Get High – Dr. Dre (feat. Hittman, Kurupt, & Ms. Roq)

19) Bump ‘n’ Grind (R. Kelly cover) – Beck

20) Ignition (Remix) – R. Kelly

21) Funky Drummer [break] – James Brown

22) Life ‘O’ the Party – Prince

23) In the Closet – Michael Jackson (J.Period remix)

24)  Ghetto Musick – Big Boi (feat. Andre 3000)

25)  Over Me – Tricky (feat. Ambersunshower & Hawkman)

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

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Pharoahe Monch

Michael Jackson

The Notorious B.I.G.

Big Daddy Kane

J. Period

G. C. Coleman (w/ The Winstons).

André 3000

Kelis

Snoop Dogg

Nate Dogg

Warren G.

Nanci Fletcher

Kurupt

Prince

Gogol Bordello

Balkan Beat Box

Escort

Ol’ Dirty Bastard

Q-Tip

Simon Harris

2 Live Crew

Dawn Penn

Missy Elliott & Timbaland

Diplo

 

Desmond Dekker

Santogold

The Dixie Cups

Miles Davis (Poster designed by Roslaw Szaybo, 1989).

Beastie Boys

Big L.

Weezer

Run-D.M.C

Tony Matterhorn

Sean Paul

Cutty Ranks

Pop Levi & Bunny Holiday

Chaka Demus & Pliers

Louchie Lou & Michie One

The Fugees

Lil’ Vicious

Doug E. Fresh

Terror Fabulous

Nadine Sutherland

Capleton

Grubson

Busta Rhymes

Dr. Dre

Hittman

Ms. Roq

Beck

R. Kelly

James Brown

Big Boi

Tricky

Ambersunshower

Hawkman

Damian Marley

DJ Rob Dinero

 

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All the best to you and yours,

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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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