GETEYE x JAY​-​Z – L’Album Noir

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Beatmaker Producer Cratedigger 24 years old Strange Nature Band’s member Addicted to all the greatest values of hip hop from its begining to now. Fed by soul influences like David Axelrod, Al Green, Roy Ayers, Sun Ra, Fela Kuti and Galt Mc Dermot reggae and most of all, inspired by the greatest Beatmakers producers of nowadays like Madlib, J-Dilla, Dj Premier, Pete Rock, Flying Lotus. I posted “Above The Clouds” some months ago (you can find HERE) and this is last work, a revisiting of “The Black Album”, Geteye have skills so enjoy!

for more info check: myspace.com/geteyeofstrangenature

you can find also the instrumentals here:

Tracklist

01. Interlude (Groov N Bossa Edit)
02. December 4th (Dee War Remix)
03. What More Can I Say (Open Your Mind Variation)
04. Change Clothes (In & On)
05. Dirt Off Your Shoulder (Ahmad Notes)
06. Threat (Ethiopian Edition)
07. 99 Problems (Jay Clerc Beat)
08. P.S.A. (Momentum Interlude)
09. Justify My Thug (Tearz)
10. Lucifer (Kingston Edit)
11. Allure (Mindfiring Beat)
12. My 1st Song (Boombap Mix)

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Ayatollah – Live From The MPC 60

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Live From The MPC 60 serves as a good starting point for fans of Ayatollah’s soulful production who haven’t explored his instrumental output. With 66 tracks totaling over 150 minutes of music, Live is the definitive Ayatollah instrumental collection, a dream come true for beat junkies. While most producers have swtiched to a computer-based setup, Tollah continues to churn out head-nodding concoctions on his vintage Akai MPC 60, saving each beat on an old-school floppy disc. Though he’s been perfecting his craft for over 15 years, Tollah doesn’t feel like his work is done. “I want to give more to the world,” he explains. “I’ve been sitting on a lot of material. I wanted to get it out at all costs.”

Tracklist

CD1
01. Tollah Intro
02. Everywhere
03. In Orbit
04. I Gotta Rock
05. Uncivilized
06. Inside Of Him
07. Let Jah Be Praised
08. Supersonic
09. The Best Thing
10. I Love The Way You Love Me
11. Mass Transit
12. Brolic
13. Natty
14. Ayatollahs Revenge
15. Take It Slow
16. Cant Get Away
17. Inspekta
18. The Chase Scene
19. Future Funk
20. Hear
21. Frankenstein
CD2
01. The Star Of The Show
02. Harder They Come
03. Mantra
04. From Within
05. The Kids Are Crying Over You
06. Let Em Know
07. Change
08. Gods Animals
09. Livin In A Dream World
10. Cant Knock The Hustle Pt. 2
11. I Cant Make It Alone (Feat. Maximil Of Regime Change)
12. The Rhyme Writers
13.  Hello
14. How Can We Lose
15. When You Get Right Down To It
16. Superpeople
17. Take Me Higher
18. A Word From Derek (Feat. Sadat X)
19. Quest For Fire
20. Fallin Love
21. Inside Out
22. Them Summer Days
23. Angkor Wat
24. Reflections
25. Hope Of Deliverance
26. Tollahmania
27. Heavy Traffic
CD3
01. Gordons War
02. Casino
03. Getting To Know Me
04. Dig This
05. The Writers Bench (149 Street Grand Concourse, Bronx NY)
06. Bubble
07. Soul Power
08. WOW
09. Heaven Cant Wait
10. Reefer
11. Lonely Girl
12. Rhyme Amazing
13. Growth
14. It
15. Black Ivory
16. You I
17. When Tomorrow Comes
18. How Yall Feel Out There

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Suzi Analogue – NNXTAPE

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“To create the tape, I selected some of my favourite beats that I’ve been playing or hearing throughout the course of a year- some even longer. It is a straight sound collage. Production credits come from the world. So thankful to include sounds from some of the freshest new beatmakers in the LA circuit, to Sweden, Amsterdam and of course Philly (and all spaces in-between). It’s global music.”

Tracklist

01. G°°d Mornin
02. Morrre
03. Here We Go
04. Milky Way
05. Only Thing Left
06. FWD FWD FWD
07. What U Look Like
08. Lost + Found
09. A Minute
10. Think
11. Aero
12. 1994 Freestyle
13. Ex Machina
14. On It [Enterlude]
15. No Foolin
16. We Cannot Hide
17. SimpliCity
18. Quarter Inchies [Brain WaverLude]
19. Holder
20. Elecontric Get Down
21. Imediato
22. Mr Innov8r
23. Hommme [Dakim Edit]

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Gene Harris – Astral Signal

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A masterpiece from Gene Harris  an album that’s probably been his biggest influence on the sound of soul in the 21st Century, and for good reason too! The set moves way beyond both Harris’ acoustic piano roots in the Three Sounds, and his other electric sides of the 70s  into sublime spacey territory that’s wrapped up in soul – as much a pinnacle of his musical vision as early 70s records were for Herbie Hancock or George Duke! The vibe here is a bit between the looser styles of Duke’s MPS recordings, and the tighter grooves of the Mizell generation and arrangements are by Harris, Harvey Mason, and Jerry Peters, the latter of whom really adds some great elements to the record.

Tracklist

01. Prelude
02. Summer (The First Time)
03. Rebato Summer
04. I Remember Summer
05. Don’t Call Me Nigger, Whitey
06. Losalamitoslatinfunklovesong
07. My Roots
08. Green River
09. Beginnings
10. Feeling You, Feeling Me Too!
11. Higga-Boom
12. Love Talkin’

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Hank Mobley – Roll Call

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During his tenure with Miles Davis, Hank Mobley made four Blue Note albums with band mates Wynton Kelly and Paul Chambers, the most celebrated being Soul Station with Art Blakey on drums. For Roll Call, recorded nine months later, Mobley assembled the same magnificent rhythm section and added Freddie Hubbard on trumpet. The result rivals its more well known predecessor in swing, soul and incredible solos. The gospely “A Baptist Beat,” heard here in two takes, has become a favorite among club DJs and acid jazz fans.

Tracklist

01. Roll Call
02. My Groove Your Move
03. Take Your Pick
04. A Baptist Beat
05. The More I See You
06. The Breakdown
07. A Baptist Beat (Alternate Take)

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Eric Dolphy & Booker Ervin with Mal Waldron – The Quest

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Tracklist

01. Status Seeking
02. Duquility
03. Thirteen
04. We Diddit
05. Warp and Woof
07. Fire Waltz

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Lester Bowie – African Children

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Trumpet, fluegelhorn, kelphorn, vocals, percussion, composer, born 11 October 1941 in Frederick, Maryland. Met future wife Fontella Bass in an R&B band after military service. Worked in St. Louis and later moved to Chicago in 1966 where he formed Art Ensemble of Chicago with Roscoe Mitchell. Brilliant trumpet player who had a flair for the theatrical side in concert. African Children is a double LP by Lester Bowie recorded for the Italian Horo label and released in 1978. It features performances by Bowie, Arthur Blythe, Amina Claudine Myers, Malachi Favors, and Phillip Wilson.

Tracklist

01. Amina
02. Captain Courageous
03. Tricky Slicky
04. Chili Macdonald
05. For Fela

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Dorothy Ashby – In a Minor Groove

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On In A Minor Groove, Ashby she swings with an other-wordly quality that’s simply amazing, quite exotic, and very much in the camp of players like Yusef Lateef or Les Jazz Modes, who were trying similar experiments in jazz. This session features Dorothy in a quartet with the flute of Frank Wess, the bass of Herman Wright, and the drums of Roy Haynes, whose warm lyrical touches provide the perfect melodicism for the group.

Tracklist

01. Pawky
02. Moonlight in Vermont
03. Back Talk
04. Dancing in the Dark
05. Charmain
06. Jollity
07. There’s a Small Hotel
08. Rascallity
09. You’d Be So Nice to Come
10. It’s a Mintor Thing
11. Yesterdays
12. Bohemia After Dark
13. Taboo
14. Autumn in Rome
15. Alone Together

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Larry Willis – Inner Crisis

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One of the few funky albums ever cut as a leader by Larry Willis  a super-hip keyboard player who’s best known for his work with Jackie McLean and Hugh Masekela, but who sounds even better as a leader! This album’s a gem all the way through  with a free-thinking soulful sound that’s head and shoulders above the rest of the work on Groove Merchant at the time. Players include Harold Vick, Roland Prince, and Eddie Gomez and the overall groove is an incredible array of soulful rhythms, played by Larry on electric piano, in a mode that makes the record feel like a lost gem from Strata East or Black Jazz.

Tracklist

01. Out Of The Coast
02. 153rd Street Theme
03. Inner Crisis
04. Bahamian Street Dance
05. For A Friend
06. Journey’s End

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John Patton – Along Came John

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John Patton, Grant Green and Ben Dixon were introduced to Blue Note by Lou Donaldson and quickly became the quintessential rhythm section for Blue Note’s funkier session. They came together for this, John Patton’s first album, with two of the label’s tenor saxophonists Fred Jackson and Harold Vick. The double tenors and organ trio make an unbeatable combination for some soulful, swinging music. The title tune and “The Silver Meter” were radio hits that remain among the most popular of Patton’s recorded performances.

Tracklist

01. The Silver Meter
02. I’ll Never Be Free
03. Spiffy Diffy
04. Along Came John
05. Gee Gee
06. Pig Foots

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Billy Cobham – A Funky Thide Of Sings

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After a string of successful solo efforts, Billy Cobham began to slip into mediocrity beginning with this recording, originally released in 1975. While elements of funk were always a part of his band’s sound, it was now the primary focus. “Panhandler” stands out as the session’s most memorable composition, while Milcho Leviev contributes nicely on “Moody Modes.” Cobham fans will want to seek this out for the extended drum solo “A Funky Kind of Thing,” which stands as one of the most original drum solos he ever recorded.

Tracklist

01. Panhandler
02. Sorcery
03. A Funky Thide Of Sings
04. Thinking Of You
05. Some Skunk Funk
06. Light At The End Of The Tunnel
07. A Funky Kind Of Thing
08. Moody Modes

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Freddie Joachim – I Want To Know

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Another unreleased by Freddie Joachim, enjoy!

Versis – iLLCANDESCENT

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Versis is an mc from California and this is his debut album featuring production of fLako, Dibiase and Exile, enjoy! for more info and buy: versis.bandcamp.com

Tracklist

01. Thesis
02. iLLCANDESCENT
03. The Journey (4U)
04. Life Story (Story Of My Life)
05. Dig This!
06. Spittin’ In The Wind
07. Love Is Love
08. Slow Down
09. Rain Rain Rain
10. In Your Dreams
11. The Need
12. Life After You
13. Travelin’
14. Gotta Love It (Bonus Track)

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Fama Eightyseven – Other Spectrum

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Fama Eightyseven is a russian producer and this is “Other Spectrum”, 14 instrumental tracks, good beats and i suggest to listen! for more info check his myspace: myspace.com/famaeightyseven

Tracklist

01. Soviet Prelude
02. In An Orbit
03. Eightseven Love
04. Solaris
05. Planeta
06. Lotus Roots
07. Buddah Pass
08. Come Back (Open The Heart)
09. In Love
10. Your Friend
11. One Nice Dance
12. Flowers
13. Outer Seven
14. Cloud Sky

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DJ Mitsu The Beats – Universal Force

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A diverse set of Japanese hip hop featuring the Universal Force that is DJ Mitsu The Beats – featuring SLACK, Zeebra, Coma-Chi, Jay’ed, Sound Market Crew, Ice Bahn, Hunger, Aruma, Twigy & more! There’s a range of styles at play here, from spacey funk beatcraft with soul jazzy keys, some electro steeped jams, some fairly laidback others pretty gritty. It’s all produced with a timeless groove.

Tracklist

01. 思考品 M.T.B.D. feat. B.D.
02. 昂サバイヴ feat. HUNGER & 環ROY
03. 孤独少年 feat. S.L.A.C.K.
04. One Hip Hop feat. Zeebra
05. ハッスル feat. 鎮座DOPENESS
06. Only You feat. TWIGY
07. SAT feat. ICE BAHN
08. The weekend song feat. SOUND MARKET CREW
09. 一曲入魂 feat. RINO LATINA II
10. My Simple feat. Aruma
11. Precious Time feat. COMA-CHI & JAY’ED

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Andreya Triana – Lost Where I Belong

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The widely hyped debut album from Ninja Tune’s latest rising star, Andreya Triana, Lost Where I Belong is a jazzy, noir-ish soul album that gives a full introduction to a vocal talent who’s previously worked with Flying Lotus, Theo Parrish and Mr Scruff, among others. The production and arrangements here ooze class (if, indeed, class can be a commodity that lends itself to the act of oozing) and that’s surely thanks to Bonobo’s Simon Green who man’s the controls on Lost Where I Belong. You may recall Triana gracing the latest Bonobo LP, supplying vocals to several tracks on the Black Sands tracklist, and the results on that occasion proved that these two certainly know how to bring the best out of one another. This time around, the musical accompaniment is considerably more subdued and organic, leaving Triana’s arresting vocal to take the central role. ‘Draw The Stars’ sets the scene with its ethereal plucked strings and woody rhythms, calling upon a flourish of orchestration when the moment comes. The remainder of the album is similarly well poised and resourceful, capturing a glazed over, downbeat feel that adds a little extra muscle and nuance to what might otherwise have come perilously close to a Morcheeba-esque exercise in trip-hop easy listening. Triana’s talents as a vocalist are what really come through clearest on this release though, and she proves suitably spellbinding whether she’s fronting uptempo, edgy soul numbers like ‘A Town Called Obsolete’ or the haunting chamber-folk of closer ‘X’.

for more info and buy: ninjatune.net/andreyatriana

Tracklist

01. Draw The Stars
02. Lost Where i Belong
03. A Town Called Obsolete
04. Darker Than Blue
05. Dyadreamers
06. Far Closer
07. Something In The Silence
08. Up In Fire
09. X

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JR & PH7 – The EP

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After releasing their critically acclaimed debut album The Standard last year, they now return with their next effort, simply entitled The EP. The six track strong ep features some of todays finest rap artists and once again JR&PH7 deliver powerful production that is deeply rooted in 70s soul music, sure to make one’s head nod within seconds. JR&PH7 are from Cologne, Germany, and have been buzzing on the international underground hip hop scene for a while now. After meeting through the work for a german hip hop label, the two decided to work together as a production duo back in 2007. 2 years later they found themselves releasing their debut album The Standard with an impressive cast of guest artists. Since then, they have been continuously growing a catalog of outside production.

Tracklist

01. Oddisee – All in A Days Work
02. Termanology – Words I Feel
03. Eternia – Close To You
04. Waxoloutionists feat. Blu – Steel Remains
05. Trek Life – L.A. to the World
06. The Residents feat. Ohmega Watts – Reach

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ShinSight Trio – Somewhere Beyond the Moon

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ShinSight Trio consists of Insight, Shin-Ski, and DJ RYOW. Insight has a overwhelming popularity and recognition in underground HipHop scene all over the world, and his partner Shin-Ski of Martiangang is known as one of the coolest beat-makers in Japan. DJ RYOW a.k.a. smooth current is charismatic performer, and he also acts as Levitatorz with Shin-Ski.

for more info and buy: www.badnews.co.jpmyspace.com/shinsighttrio

Tracklist

01. Teamwork feat. Sondu
02. You Got Soul
03. Only As Serious As You Make It
04. Wheres There a Moon That Is Mine
05. Pure Organic
06. Shining From Your Soul
07. On My Mind feat. Saylove
08. 6Mcs from My Area feat. Cosmonaut Seven
09. R&B Song
10. I Don’t Understand (Why You Ain’t Moving)
11. Cool Mellow feat. Sondu
12. Peace

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Invincible + Waajeed – Detroit Summer bw Emergence

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One of Detroit’s most hard-working and respected emcees, Invincible, has teamed up with one of Hip-Hop’s most versatile and respected producers, Waajeed, to release Detroit Summer, a two-song 7” and digital single due out later this summer. Detroit Summer is the most profound collaboration yet between the two artists and is sure to whet the appetite of listeners awaiting Invincible & Waajeed’s full-length album due to drop in 2011.

Tracklist

01. Detroit Summer
02. Emergence
03. Detroit Summer (Instrumental)
04. Emergence (Instrumental)

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Freddie Joachim – What Comes of Dreams

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New unreleased track by Freddie Joachim, enjoy!

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