INI - Anything that has to do with this LP CD!
Ironfeet 516 Posts
edited March 2016 in Music Talk
"Pinchbeck- That's imitation gold if you didn't know" Com'on Classic Line... I want to hear more about this LP... Everyone talks about it and all that but let's hear more, what else about this Record that stands out in you mind! Dorthy Ashby sample?? Pete Rock didn't produce and it was actually Primo pretending to be Pete Rock? What else?
I remeber that Elektra released the Fakin Jax single with 3 or 4 songs then the group got dropped before the album was ever released on Elektra. Then like 8 or 9 years later it comes out on BBE missing a few tracks.
ah man. i love this joint.
sucks that it wasn't officially released at the time...
i could have definitely dealt with a couple more official 12"s.
the What You Say (Instrumental) is fantastic.
"No More Words"
"Mind Over Matter"
i love Fakin' Jax but the "Unreleased Pete Rock Remix" may even top the OG IMO
Grap Luva is dope too.
Big co-sign (yo Mordecai, weren't we talking about this record not too long ago?)
When the BBE release dropped it brought back alot of things I love (and miss) about hip hop.
I also have the inst. boot that was released a couple years ago. If I have time I'll record it and upload if anyone is interested.
I have a bunch of bootleg 12"s w/ terrible sound quality, those came out first. One had "Step Up", another had "Grown Man Sport" w/ an extended intro. I remember the Fakin Jax 12" was on promo for the longest damn time, at least 4-5 months before the official retail came out. That promo was like liquid gold around that time, everybody wanted a copy.
I copped the reddish/orange/brown label bootleg single lp from sandbox.pair.com (showing my northfaceness) which had pretty good sound quality compared to those 12"s. It is much better than the shoddy Loud label boot that was posted on spinemag. Around 2002, the 2lp boot came out w/ excellent sound quality, hence I bought it again.
Then around 2004? The bbe version dropped but I wasn't about to buy it for the third time.
GRAP LUVA SHOULD OF DROPPED AN ALBUM. Aside from a few random cameos (nextmen, sound providers , and on the Groveman Spot EP) dude has been pretty much non-existent, which is a shame because the dude is just on point with his.
what else what else, oh yeah he was on the first j-live album too.
naw, that shit blew.
when i got the bbe version i compared it to the vinyl version with the above cover. what i noticed was that they were at different pitches, i wanna say the above was faster than the bbe one but i could have that mixed up as its been awhile. i decided to go with the bbe one and sold the one above on ebay.
i wonder what songs from the first press orange label single lp didnt make it to the bbe one??
That's funny because the same sample (kenny burrell) that was used for Rob O's "Wonderlust" 88 keys rocked for Truth Enola's "Ill Lovin".
Ill Lovin > Wonderlust
and i just shot my post golden era jazz rap load in this thread.
Had EVERYTHING, all the songs, all the interludes, and even that extra track "Keep On" that was just
Always ment to MP3 this version, if anybody has a hi-res version please it!
The BBE version was always inferior to me, tracks missing, no interludes, sequencing messed up (how the hell do you not start the LP with "The Life I Live"?!).
I just finished artwork for the Rob-O album "Rhyme Pro" Sound Of Dissent will be releasing soon on CD & LP. It's all of his best tracks from the past 11 years that were on all those one-off 12"s and EP's so look out for that.
Ain't it the truth. I could have sold a thousand of these at that time.
his stuff w/Kev Brown was pretty nice. "Struggla's Theme" (i could listen to that first bass hit over and over...)
INI and Deda are both equality dope imo.
well not so ing in my opinion.. but the sax sample in the chorus is kinda nice
I believe Grap Luva is Pete Rock's cuzzo. Rob O may be as well, don't know about that......
If you live in the DC/ Murrland area you see Grap Luva at a fair amount of the local Hip Hop shows, at least I did when I was there a year or so ago. Seems like a cool cat.
on that De La/ Truth Enola "Voicestress" joint.
SO WHAT THE FUCK IS THE SAMPLE SOURCE FOR THAT TRACK "WHAT YOU SAY" THAT PUTS ALSO USED FOR ACID RAINDROPS?????!!!!!! is the og song any good, or just that dream bassline with bongos?
Anyone check out Mareley Marl's solo on BBE a few years ago? It had a really good Grap Lova track on it. Really minimal production with this amazing little guitar lick that was chopped in a really grid like way but still sounded so fresh. I think grap lova produced it, not sure, but it definately had some pete rock "touches." doodoo album but it was nice to see marley getting some work tho.
Yeah, the lyrics are def on the group home tip, but I still listen to group home all the time, so fuck it.
I've never even heard of it. MP3s? Is it buyable?
Sounds like just the kind of shit that I like......
i played fakin jax on the radio last time i was up in philly. definitely one of my favorite p r cuts
my homie kems got that lp when it first came out. havent seen it since.
how hard is it to find now?
It's David T. Walker "Lay Lay Lay" from the Plum Happy LP
Produced by Quo & Aser's favourite: Kev Brown. Don't sleep on that "Hummin'" track with Roy Ayers
Grap is Pete's brother.
hmm, kev brown forgot/didnt consciously remember him on there. Ive been checking his production for a bit, really nice vibe.
Thanks for the sample source, i will write it down and forget about it.
I'd revisit that Hummin track but I thrashed my cd of it and dont feel like purchasing a new one...
I was about 15 when this dropped and I remember trying to get the CD like crazy
Was this one of the first joints where PR used that wobble/filter sweep effect? CLASSIC!