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  • 2021 RIP Thread


    ppadilha said:
    RIP Robbie Shakespeare

    One of my all time favourite grooves was created in 1981 at Compass Point Studios in Nassau, Bahamas by Sly Dunbar (Drums), Sticky Thompson (Percussion) and Robbie Shakespeare (Bass) with Monte Brown, Barry Reynolds and Mao Chung sharing Guitar duties while Wally Badarou worked the Prophet 5 for the Alex Sadkin / Chris Blackwell produced "Pull Up To The Bumper" by Grace Jones. I always felt that all commercially available versions needed to have the break extended, so here it is: A longer intro with lots of percussion breakdowns before the vocals come in and the Party version starts at 3:56.



    ElectrodeketanDuderonomy
  • I WANT YOU MF's TO SEE SOMETHIN

    I wonder whether this guy has ever been active on Soulstrut. Having seen his postcards, I'd like to see his records.

    https://youtu.be/MgpQXz34bqs
    Jimster
  • Did I break a record store code of conduct?

    dizzybull said:
    If I fucked then tell me.

    To get busy you go to a Burger King bathroom. 

    At least once. 

    dizzybull
  • I WANT YOU MF's TO SEE SOMETHIN

    Am I late to the party to mention Tales Of The Tourbus?
    I only discovered this today and the episodes I watched so far are Clinton related:














    klezmer electro-thug beats
  • Rap You're Liking

    Can it be true that Harry Mack never had a mention on SS? I get no result for a search….
    I am sure you’ve all seen his Venice Beach freestyles before the pandemic, but he went onto a video chat App a while ago and mainly does these kind of videos now:

    https://youtu.be/VBBMfHGMs7I

    Check the second part for the eye candy with the rhymes. 
    Check the fourth part for what made him go viral to a new audience. 
    Jimster