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Various - Boombox 2 (Early Independent Hip Hop, Electro And Disco Rap 1979-83) FLAC album

Genre: Hip Hop, Funk, Soul.

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Like the Soul Jazz label's first volume in this series, Boombox 2 compiles old-school rap recordings that are predominantly obscure, in each instance far less well-known than "Rapper's Delight," the first crossover rap hit. In fact, less than half of these 14 selections - Harlem World's "Let's Rock," TJ Swann's "Maximus Party," and Grand Master Chilly T & Stevie G's "Rock the Message Rap" among them - were charted in Ego Trip's Book of Rap Lists, the most discerning source for hip-hop archaeology. It's all hip-hop in its earliest, purest form, strictly good-time rhymes over extended (and sometimes swiped) disco-funk grooves.

On Boombox 1, the dusty-fingered crate diggers at Soul Jazz Records have turned their attention to the nascent hip-hop scene developing in New York in the late '70s onwards, gathering together independently released disco-rap and electro released between 1979 and '82. Accompanied by a 40-page booklet telling the story of rap's independent pioneers in impressive detail, it's another essential history lesson.

Soul Jazz Records’ new Boombox 2 is a new selection of early rap music from the period 1979-83, with barely a household name in sight. Featured here are some the earliest hip hop records that came out of New York City following the enormous commercial success of the first ever rap record, ‘Rapper’s Delight’ by the Sugarhill Gang, in September 1979. Artists and producers alike tried to jump aboard the new commercial possibilities of hip hop. By the end of the year there were 30 hip hop singles, all released by independent New York labels. Boombox 2 tells the story of how hip hop went from its evolutionary roots in the Bronx through DJs Kool Herc, Grandmaster Flash and Afrika Bambaataa through to its second phase where veteran music producers Paul Winley, Peter Brown, Joe Robinson and others all based in Harlem, began to put rap on vinyl for the first time.

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Like hip hop culture itself, these first rap singles are the product of their own unique set of aesthetics - exciting and innovative rap performed with Bronx block party B-Boy funk breaks, disco jams and Jamaican sound system culture. Tracklist: 1. Class A - Majestics 03:49 2. Thumpin - Brother's Disco 03:28 3. On The Move - Mifflin Ensemble 04:10 4. Schooling (Put Your Mind To The Message) - Sherod 07:31 5. Another One Bites The Dust - Sugar Daddy 07:14 6. Rap Attack - Family four 09:40 7. Ms . Rap It Up! - She 06:06 8. Rhythm Rock (Part 1) - The Caution Crew 04:34 9. The . Rap - Poor Boy Rappers 06:31 10.

Soul Jazz Records' new Boombox 2 is a new selection of early rap music from the period 1979-83, with barely a household name in sight. Featured here are some the earliest hip-hop records that came out of New York City following the enormous commercial success of the first ever rap record, 'Rapper's Delight' by the Sugarhill Gang, in September 1979. By the end of the year there were 30 hip-hop singles, all released by independent New York labels. The following year there were over 100 more, and so on. Boombox 2 tells the story of how hip-hop went from its evolutionary roots in the Bronx through DJs Kool Herc, Grandmaster Flash and Afrika Bambaataa through to its second phase where veteran music producers - Paul Winley, Peter Brown, Joe Robinson and others - all based in Harlem, began to put rap on vinyl for the first time.

1909/VA-Boombox 3 Early Independent Hip Hop Electro and Disco Rap 1979-83-%28SJR 18-WRE. Boombox 3 Early Independent Hip Hop Electro and Disco Rap 1979-83-(SJR CD411)-2CD-FLAC-2018-WRE.

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Tracklist

1-1 Harlem World Crew Let's Rock 5:37
1-2 Lonnie Love Young Ladies 5:33
1-3 Kool DJ A.J.* Ah, That's The Joint 7:07
1-4 Terry Lewis And Wild Flower* The Peoples Message Take Two 13:07
1-5 Rappers Rapp Group Rappin' Partee Groove 5:51
1-6 Eddie Cheba Lookin' Good 7:13
2-1 MC Rock Lovely One Time Two Time Blow Your Mind 4:40
2-2 Little Starsky* Dancin' Party People 7:59
2-3 Manujothi Shake Your Body 3:28
2-4 Busy Bee School Days 3:55
2-5 T.J. Swann*, Pee Wee Mel* And Swann Controllers Maximus Party 6:38
2-6 Margo's Kool Out Crew Death Rap 6:08
2-7 Grand Master Chilly T* And Stevie G Rock The Message Rap 5:35
2-8 Zoot II Dr. Ice Rap 6:31

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Soul Jazz Records
  • Copyright (c) – Soul Jazz Records
  • Mastered At – Sound Mastering

Credits

  • Compiled By, Liner Notes – S. Baker*
  • Design [Sleeve] – Adrian Self
  • Mastered By – Duncan Cowell, Pete Reilly

Notes

Housed in a cardboard slipcase with a 44-page booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 026328 103709

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SJR LP370 Various Boombox 2 (Early Independent Hip Hop, Electro And Disco Rap 1979-83) ‎(3xLP, Comp) Soul Jazz Records SJR LP370 UK 2017


Various - Boombox 2 (Early Independent Hip Hop, Electro And Disco Rap 1979-83) FLAC album
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