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Sunday, 25 November 2012

DJ Wiz - Rap History Mix 1999


DJ Wiz brings it again.....


DJ Wiz - Intro
Common - 1-9-9-9
Nas - N.Y. State Of Mind Pt.2
Gang Starr - All 4 The Ca$h
GZA - Hip Hop Fury
D&D Allstars - Ghetto Like D&D
Planet Asia - Place Of Birth
Diamond D - When It Pours It Rains
Sound Providers - No Time
Deep In Da Circle - So Where I Live At
Mood - Snakebacks
Obscure Disorder - 2004 feat. Goretex (Cuts by A-Trak)
Pacewon - Any Champion ft. DJ Revolution & Young Zee
Quasimoto - Microphone Mathematics
Lootpack - Answers ft. Quasimoto
Rob Swift - Dope On Plastic ft. Large Pro
Evidence - E=MC2 ft. Mr. Eon
QNC - Repertoire
Lootpack - Hityawitdat
Afu-Ra - D&D Soundclash
Da Grassroots - Thematics
Lone Catalysts - Due Process
Bahamadia - Chaos ft. Talib Kweli
Jeru The Damaja - 99.9 %
D.I.T.C. - Way Of Life
Bumpy Knuckles - Part Of My Life
Pharoahe Monch - Livin It Up
Screwball - HOSTYLE
Group Home - 12 O' Clock
Ran Reed - The Introduction ft. Cella Dwellas
Rasco - Back On The Scene
Phife Dawg - Bend Ova
Q-Tip - Let's Ride
Inspectah Deck - R.E.C.
Black Moon - Two Turntables And A Mic
High & Mighty - B-Boy Document 99
Porn Theatre Ushers - Me & Him
AIM - Ain't Got Time To Waste
Mass Influence - All Out


DJ Premier - Live From HeadQCourters 16 November



Premiers show from last week, sorry for the last post been kinda busy :/


Saturday, 17 November 2012

DJ Premier - Rap Is Outta Control 11 November


DJ Premier stands in for DJ Eclipse on the decks for this show...


01. Vinnie Paz feat. Immortal Technique & Poison Pen “And Your Blood Will Blot Out The Sun” prod. by Tony Kenyatta
02. Roc Marciano “76″ prod. by Roc Marciano
03. Sean Price “STFU Pt. 2″ prod. by Alchemist
04. B.E.T. Cypher 2012 feat. Jean Grae, Sarkodie, Ab Soul, Talib Kweli
05. Saigon “Blown Away” prod. by DJ Corbett
06. Roc Marciano feat. Knowledge “The Pirate & Ka” prod. by Roc Marciano
07. Craig G “Get It In The Streets” prod. by Da Beatminerz
08. Public Enemy “FassFood” prod. by Johnny “Juice” Rosado
09. Lil Fame & Termanology “Endtro (Fame & Glory)” prod. by Lil Fame
10. Craig G “Rabbit Season” prod. by Kold Shoulder
11. Apollo Brown & Guilty Simpson feat. Torae “Potatoes” prod. by Apollo Brown
12. Onyx “Belly Of The Beast” prod. by The Audible Doctor
13. Roc Marciano “The Man” prod. by Roc Marciano
14. Roc Marciano “Bozack” prod. by Roc Marciano
15. Craig G feat. Chaundon & Rapper Big Pooh “Effortless” prod. by Jake One
16. Murs & 9th Wonder “Funeral For A Killer” prod. by 9th Wonder
17. Beanie Sigel “Show Off Freestyle
18. Talib Kweli feat. Greg Nice “NY Shining” prod. by S1
19. Skyzoo feat. Torae “Know That Cash Rules” prod. by Mell & D
20. Rap Is Outta Control Live Freestyle with Craig G & Torae prod. by DJ Premier
21. Roc Marciano feat. Alchemist “Jet Baggage”


Tuesday, 13 November 2012

Re-Up Part 2


Here goes with another re-up post where i'll include links to any more new posts that get requests for updated downoad links.  Feel free to email, comment or leave a message in the chat box :)

DJ Shige - Full Tune 1 (320kbs)

DJ Shige - Full Tune 2 (320kbs)

DJ Shige - Full Tune 3 (320kbs)

DJ Shige - Full Tune 4 (320kbs)

DJ Shige - Full Tune 5 (320kbs)

Lynkle - Piano Addiction

Lynkle - Guitar Moods

Lynkle - Piano Moods

Action Pac - Summer of '96

DJ Bunta - Survival The Vinyl (320 kbs)

Craig G - Winter Jamz 1997

DJ Lazy K - Jurassic Hip Hop Vol. 1

Silva Sirfa - USA 97

DJ MK - Tape 10 - Bootlegged In Japan 1996

DJ MK - Tape 14 1999

DJ MK - Tape 15 1999

DJ Enuff - 4 My R and B Bitch November 1996

Tony Touch R&B #16 Goin For Broke

DJ Enuff - My Definition of Hip Hop Vol. 2

Vinroc - Recon-struction 2

DJ Vinroc - Lost Hard Drive Mixes - Hip Hop 1.0

Vinroc - Recon-struction

DJ Seiji - 1985 Beat Emotion Library (320 kbs)

DJ Seiji - 1986 Beat Emotion Library (320 kbs)

DJ Seiji - 1987 Beat Emotion Library (320 kbs)

DJ Seiji - 1988 Beat Emotion Library (320 kbs)

DJ Seiji - 1989 Beat Emotion Library (320 kbs)

DJ Tama - 1992 Beat Emotion Library

DJ Tama - 1996 Beat Emotion Library (320 kbs)

DJ Seiji - Super Under Brakes Vol. 1 (1993-1997)

DJ Mr Flesh - The Abstract Collections Chapter 1

DJ Seiji - Super Under Brakes Vol. 2 (320kbs)

DJ Mu-R - R, R, & R Ver. 001

DJ Mu-R - Disk Union Limited Mix CD

DJ Rob Swift - That's The Breaks


80's hip hop and some breaks all in the mix with Rob Swift.


DJ Denka - 81.3 Set


Another nice mix, DJ Denka on the set, been around for a while on cassette at first then got a cd release a few years back.....


Thursday, 8 November 2012

DJ Seiji - Restore To Da Beatz Vol. 2 (320kbs)


Thought I had posted this already, but after going through requests for re-ups I realised I hadn't...until now, ENJOY!!


DJ Premier - Live From Headqcourterz 2 November


Last weeks show.......


Thursday, 1 November 2012

Re - Ups............



Had a few mixes being asked for re-ups in emails & comments so I thought I'd just list them here...

DJ Mitsu The Beats - IWAWAKI FM (320 kbs)

DJ Mitsu The Beats & DJ Mu-R - Sound Maneuvers 2 (320 kbs)

DJ Seiji - Crates Diggaz Lesson 1 (320kbs)

DJ Seiji - Crates Diggaz Lesson 2

DJ Seiji - Crates Diggaz Lesson 3

DJ Seiji - Restore To Da Beatz Vol. 1

DJ Seiji - Restore To Da Beatz Vol. 4

DJ Masanori - All The Way Live Mix Vol. 4 (320 kb...

DJ Milky - Underground Vibes Mix Vol. 1 (320 k...

Da Stimpy - Donky List

Da Stimpy - Sure Shot

DJ Mitsu The Beats & DJ Mu-R - Sound Manuevers

DJ Missie - Hip Hop Vol. 4 (320 kbs)

Nick Wiz - Cellar Sounds Vol. 3 (1992 - 1998)

DJ Evil Dee - RnB Joints 2 1995

DJ Seiji - Crates Diggaz Lesson 4

DJ Seiji - Crates Diggaz Lesson 6 (320kbs)

Doo Wop - Blends N The Hood (320 kbs)

DJ 3rd Rail - Subway Hip Hop 36

DJ 3rd Rail - Subway Hip Hop 37

DJ Koco - Funky Dope Manuva (320 kbs)

DJ Koco - Hip Hop Mix Show Vol. 1 (320 kbs)

DJ Koco - Hardcore Hip Hop (320kbs)

DJ Koco - Vinyl Traveler

DJ Koco - Tha Undaground Joint (320 kbs)

DJ Koco - Underground Railroad 2 (320kbs)

DJ Mu-R - Beat Complex

DJ Mu-R - Definition 2CD

DJ Mu-R - R, R, & R Ver. 002

DJ Mu-R - R, R, & R Ver. 003

DJ Choku - Listen To My Demo 1997 (320 kbs)

J. Rocc - Live At The Sex Machine & Sex Machine

DJ Kwestion - School of Hard Knocks / Back To The ..

Funkmaster Flex - 1FM 9 August 1997

Bad Cop - No Gimmicks Rap Shit Pt. 7 - 10

If there is any more that I have missed, let me know I'm happy to re-up whenever I can :)


Sunday, 28 October 2012

Da Stimpy - Sure Shot 3 (320kbs)


Da Stimpy with vol 3 of the sure shot series...just a little something I got last year that didn't get around to posting...more goodies to come!!!!


Saturday, 27 October 2012

DJ Eclipse - Live From Headqcourterz 26 October


Live From HeadQCourterz show had very special guests Stretch & Bobbito along with DJ Eclipse on the 1’s & 2’s.


HOLD TIGHT!!!! -- Will post some new mixes this weekend!!!

Sorry that I've not posted much lately, but my 8 month old daughter is just eating all my time....will try to resume normal service soon!!!!!!!

Friday, 21 September 2012

New Debonair P Release!!!!!!


Debonair P:- Hopefully some of you are familiar with North Carolina MC Omniscence – be it for his debut on the classic compilation ‘Back to the Lab’ (recently reissued by Dope Folks Records), his impossible-to-find debut EP ‘The Funky One Liner’, or his excellent singles on EastWest/Elektra ‘Amazin’ (awarded 'Hip Hop Quotable' in the Source October 1995) and ‘Touch Y’all’ (1996).  Despite recording a full-length debut entitled The Raw Factor for EastWest, the record never came out and even now remains mostly unheard.

Fast forward to 2012, and I am really pleased to be involved in releasing Omniscence’s first new vinyl release since way back in 1996.  Entitled Raw Factor 2.0, the new single finds Omniscence picking up where he left off - kicking flavourful verses with his distinctive voice intact.  I produced, mixed and provided cuts on the track (and the remix version on the flip), and am also self-releasing the record on limited 7” vinyl.


The wax is limited to 300 copies – 150 copies on white vinyl and 150 copies on transparent blue vinyl.  The record comes in a full-colour picture sleeve (the wax is in a paper inner sleeve within the cover, and the whole thing is in a plastic dust jacket for extra protection.)

PURCHASE FROM: http://gentlemansrelief.bigcartel.com


Prices are as follows:

1 copy (your choice of colour, blue or white): $13 (+$6 postage worldwide / $3 within Australia)
2 copies (1x blue, 1x white): $23 (+$8 postage worldwide / $4 within Australia.)

If you have any special requests please just leave me a note when you checkout.  I send all records as gifts so that international customers should not need to pay customs.

EVERY order comes with a FREE digital version of the release, including instrumental versions for both songs (these aren’t on the vinyl.)  While stocks last, every double pack also comes with a FREE Debonair Blends mix CD.  If you've received mix-CD's from me before, please just note what numbers you already own when you check out.

DON'T SLEEP!!!!!!!!










DJ Muro - Super Funky Jazz Breaks 2 (320 kbs)


Thanks to SockDog for another Muro mix..........


Link added, Sorry!!!!

Thursday, 13 September 2012

DJ Muro - Super Funky Jazz Breaks (320 kbs)


Muro ..... as only he does....thanks to SockDog for this!!!!!


Tuesday, 28 August 2012

DJ Wiz - Rap History Mix 1997 Pt. 2



DJ Wiz – Intro
The Beatnuts – Do You Believe
Rakim – It’s Been A Long Time
Mood – Karma
Chubb Rock – The Mind
Krumbsnatcha – Gettin Closer To God
Encore – Defined by The Dollar
Saukrates – P’s & Q’s
Camp Lo – Coolie High
Diamond D – Never ft. Sadat X
Bee Why - The Boro’s
KRS-One – A Friend
Dilated Peoples – Third Degree ft. Defari
Defari – Bionic
Busta Rhymes – We Could Take It Outside ft. Flipmode Squad
Onyx & Wu-Tang Clan – The Worst
Non Phixion – 5 Boros
Cella Dwellas – Main Aim
Dutchmin – Surrounded
Fonky Family – Cherche Vraiment Pas A Comprendre
IAM – L’Enfer
Raphael, Loucha & Shyheim – Worldwide
Wu-Tang Clan – Older Gods
EPMD – K.I.M.
Artifacts – Interview
Slum Village – I Don’t Know ft. Jazzy Jeff
Black Attack – Correct Technique
Funky DL – I’ve Lost My Microphone
Jungle Brothers – Brain
Hieroglyphics – You Never Knew
Jurassic 5 – Concrete Schoolyard
D.I.T.C. – Day One
O.C. – M.U.G. ft. Bumpy Knuckles
Boogiemonsters – Say Word ft. Bahamadia
Saukrates – Rollin (Rmx) ft. Masta Ace & O.C.


DJ Wiz - Rap History Mix 1996 Pt. 2



DJ Wiz – Intro
INI – Fakin’ Jax
Siah And Yeshua Dapo ED – The Visualz
Jeru The Damaja – Me Or The Papes
Blackmajik – Rotten Apple
Royal Flush – Rotten Apple
C.H.A.O.S. – True M.P.
Son A Bluntz – Don’t Snooze
Royal Flush – Smoke Session
Redman – Smoke Buddah
Sick Lyrical Damager - It’s Over
Cella Dwellas – Wussdaplan
Shades Of Brooklyn – Change
Foundation & Rezidue – Boogie Down’s Got The Flavor
Heather B – If Headz Only Knew
Busta Rhymes – Everything Remains Raw
LA The Darkman – As The World Turns ft. Raekwon
MF Grimm – International Rules
M.O.P. – Brownsville
Mobb Deep – Back At You
Bahamadia – Spontaneity
Frankenstein – The Rain Is Gone
Group Home – East NY Theorie ft. Brainsick Mob
AK Skills – One Life Ta Live
O.G.C. – No Fear
Keith Murray – The Rhyme
Large Professor – IJUSWANNACHILL
Busta Rhymes – Woo Hah!! Got You All In Check (Jay-Dee Remix)
De La Soul – Stakes Is High
Alps Cru – All Alone
Real Live – The Turnaround
Erick Sermon – Maintain
Grav – One Puff
A Tribe Called Quest – The Hop
Citizen Kane - Blackrain





Monday, 27 August 2012

Sunday, 19 August 2012

Monday, 13 August 2012

DJ Ian Head - Rap Vinyl



I love underground, independent hip-hop. I don't think it gets its proper due. There's just something about listening to talented, hungry emcees over unpolished beats that you don't find in much mainstream music. There's that certain aesthetic, the DIY hustle, that shines through the music. People keep telling me I'll grow out of it, but it hasn't happened yet.

In high school I spent a lot of time buying used tapes at one of Portland's classic record stores, 2nd Avenue Records. Most of the store was vinyl, but they had this old wooden cabinet in the middle of the store and you could pull out these giant, heavy drawers full of cover-less, beat-up tapes for $2 each. I loved digging through those drawers, and sometimes I'd spend my lunch money on some new music. After grabbing a tape or two, I'd occasionally wander over to the hip-hop vinyl section and peak through. But it was a pointless mission since I didn't have a record player.

However, I was a bit of a computer nerd, and I did have a 2400 baud modem attached to my dad's PC. Around 1995, I found myself on a "BBS" (google it) message board emailing with a young emcee and producer in Florida who was accumulating heavy amounts of obscure, independent hip-hop vinyl. He volunteered to fill up any blank tape I sent him with the best hip-hop he had, and it was too good of a deal to pass up. I'd send him two tapes at a time, and get them back a month or two later, packed full of all kinds of independent hip-hop, b-sides and remixes. Stuff from all over the country. It was an education, and I can't thank that dude enough for being so generous. He's now a fairly well-known producer and emcee in New York, who has worked with many of the artists he dubbed onto those tapes. When I moved to New York in 96, I started hitting Fat Beats, Footwork, and other spots, not just for the latest wax, but also some of those classic joints from those mixes. Over the years I've tracked many of them down - but there's still a few that elude me.

The first mixtape I made for internet distribution in 2007 was collection of 90s independent, underground hip-hop vinyl. Honestly, I don't have a copy of that mix anymore - I'd looked on old hard drives, CDs, everywhere - I can't find it. So I thought I'd take it back with a similar theme, and play an hour of independent hip-hop vinyl - it's not strictly 90s releases, but most of these joints are at least 10 years old (I can't believe it's 2012...). A LOT of records got left off this tape - those that made the mix are some favorites and obscurities that hopefully not everyone has heard before. I tried not to play too many records that appear on my past tapes, and I also tried to span the country geographically.

So for the backpacker, underground heads like me that hear this, hopefully you enjoy.

-- DJ Ian Head


Rhymefest "How We Chill Pt. 1"
Encore "Defined by the Dollar"
Pumpkinhead "Dynamic (Remix)"
Kutfather "Neva Scared"
Elusive ft. Grouch and PSC "The CMA"
Mr. Lif "Enter the Colossus"
Aceyalone and Self-Jupiter "When the Sun took the Day Off and the Moon Stood Still"
Source of Labor "Q. R."
Mass Influence "LIFE to the Emcee"
[interlude]
Sleestackz "Ruination"
Mr. Complex "Why Don't Cha" (DJ Spinna Instrumental)
Danja Mowf "Questions"
K-Otix "Intro"
Munk with the Funk "Exersize"
Smut Peddlers "One by One" (Instrumental)
L.A.W. "Styles Bug"
T-Love ft. Chali 2na "Wannabeez"
Network Reps "Simplistic"
Unspoken Heard "Mid-Atlantic"
Arsonists "The Session"
The Cuf "Sacramento"
Atmosphere "Sound is Vibration"
The Nonce "Mixtapes"





Da Beatminerz - Live From HeadQCourterz 10 August


Da Beatminerz stand in for DJ Premier


Friday, 10 August 2012

Just Dizle - Summer's End Mixtape


AllHipHop.com teamed up with DJ Just Dizle again for another mixtape for you to ride out the rest of the Summer! Taking classic summer joints from some of the hottest 90′s artist to give you a timeless Summer’s End mixtape which we have to say has “Nuttin but 90s Hip-Hop Joints.“



01.Quincy Jones – Cast Your Fate To The Wind
02.Sublime – Doin Time (Martial Arts Remix) (Feat The Pharcyde)
03.Queen Latifah – Elements I’m Among
04.Outkast – Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik (Diamond Remix)
05.Bahamadia – I Confess (The Roots Remix)
06.Kris Kross – Live And Die For Hip Hop (DJ Clark Kent Mix)
07.Big L – MVP (Summer Smooth Mix)
08.Ill Al Skratch feat. Brian McKnight – I’ll Take Her
09.Curtis Mayfield – You’re So Good To Me
10.Al B Sure – Nite And Day
11.Da Youngstas – Ill Make You Famous (Remix)
12.Ras Kass – Ghetto Fabolous Feat Dr Dre & Mack 10
13.Tha Dogg Pound – Let’s Play House
14.Richie Rich – Let’s Ride
15.Erick Sermon – Do Your Thing
16.Too Short – In the Trunk
17.Mad Lion Ft KRS One – Double Trouble (Third World Street Remix)
18.Michael Jackson – The Lady In My Life
19.Camp Lo – Coolie High (Paradise Remix)
20.Da Brat – Original Remix
21.Heltah Skeltah – Laflaur Leflah Eshkoshka (Remix) ft. OGC
22.Cru – Loungin’ Wit My Cru
23.Digable Planets – Nickel Bags
24.O.C. – Born 2 Live
25.Pete Rock & CL Smooth – Take You There
29.Bounty Killer – Change Like the Weather feat. Busta Rhymes
30.Domino – Sweet Potatoe Pie
31.Da Bush Babees – We Run Things
32.N-Tyce – Hush Hush Tip Feat. Method Man
33.Royal Flush – Iced Down Medallions
34.Surface – Closer 2 U
35.Shyheim – This Iz Real
36.Lost Boyz – Music Makes Me High (L.T. Hutton Extended Club Mix)
37.Funk Flex Presents Wu-Tang Cream Team – Line Up
38.Masta Ace Incorporated – Sittin’ On Chrome (Pitkin Ave Mix)
39.Goodie Mob – Soul Food
40.Organized Konfusion – Stress (Extra P Remix)
41.Kurupt – We Can Freak it
42.Charli Baltimore – Horse And Carriage (Remix)
43.Nice & Smooth – Old to the New
44.Naughty By Nature – It’s On (Kay Gee Remix)
45.Zhigge – Toss It Up




Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Mac Dough - Dust Your Tape Deck - The Rah Rah Tape No. 5 - The Wreck Shop



MF Grimm : Crumbsnatchers
Fat Joe : You Must Be Out Of Your Fuckin' Mind
Hyenas in the Desert : Othe Side of Midnight
Cru : Bluntz & Bakakeemis
Not responsible : Hankin For A Hunka Cheese
Large Professor :Spacey
D-Stroy : Off the Wall
Sons of Sam : It's Like That
Big L : MVP (Buckwild Remix)
Shorty Long ‎: Shorty'z Doin' His Own Thang
Shanow : Remedy Man (Known As The Shanow)
Kukoo da Bag a Bonez : Sleepin on the Enemy - Sergent records
Propo'88 & Blabbermouth : Boogiewitdaruffneck - Sergent Records
Mista Melo : In the Cut - Sergent Records
Ego / Ellmatic / Rawberry : Funky 2 + 1 Demo (scratches : Calhoun) - Sergent Records
Ruggedness Maddrama : Checkin down the Menu
Horror City : MC Hustler
World Renown : How Nice I Am (SID Remix)
T.D.S Mob : Dope for the Folks (Props Remix)
Lord Aaquil : Kick it Like This
Cash Crew : Bring it Down
Indikator : The Indikator Remix
Labtekwon : Pharaoh of the Kayo
Voodoo : Nasty Nigga
Suspekt : Straight from the Heart
£ords of Rap : Where Does The Xtra 3 Quid Go?
Tha 9-X Crew : Smoked Hickory
Flatbush Natives : Big Up
Roguish Armament : Bodega
The Bums : Rain
Ego the Baptist & Propo'88 : Egotrip - Sergent Records
Black Sheep : City Lights
Ideal J : Show Bizness
Keith Murray : Herb is Pumpin'
Meyhem Lauren : I got the Fever
Real Live : Iceberg Slick
Consequence / Mobb Deep : Queens gets the Money
Fat Joe & Armageddon : Big Apple gone Rotten (Remix)
Hi Tech : the Tech's Technique
Blak Twang : Mr. Jam Promotah
Scientists of Sound :What's the Reh Reh
Hillfiguz : Not Enuff Time
Call O Da Wild : Clouds of Smoke
The Bums : Take a Look Around (Groovebumz Remix)
GhostFace Killah : Marvel
Danny Brown : Re-Up
Celph Titled & Buckwild : Swashbuckling
Hidden Identity : Pure Rudeness
Ewrection : Mixed Up
Props : Props (Bring it On)
Shazam X feat. Percee P & Sick Lyrical Damager : Respect Costs More Than Money
The Beatnuts : Back 2 Back
Ego The Baptist & Propo '88 : 71.1 Freestyle Session - Sergent Records
Action Bronson : Shiraz
A Tribe Called Quest : 1nce Again (Caligari Remix) - Sergent Records
Big O : Schmoov wit tha Ruffness
Group Home : East New York Theory
Da' Enna C. : You Can't Use My Pen
the Next Wavelength : Push Come To Shove
Huss & Hodn : Der Stoff, aus dem die Regenschirme sind
M.T : Set it Off
MSI & Asylum :Bwoy Wah Ya Tek Dis Fah
Born in Hell : The Boom
The Nonce : World Ultimate
Big Joe Krash : Break The Chain
East Of The Rock : Galaxy Rays
3 Times Dope : Gimme dat Beat
Ill Distracxion : No Mc's
Ideal J : Comme Personne Ne L'A ...




J Rocc - Tasters Choice Vol. 6



After a three year hiatus, the underground mixtape series Taster's Choice returns from the Stones Throw/Beat Junkies DJ, J Rocc. The long awaited Volume 6 highlights rare breaks and obscure mixes of African/Reggae music in a collective blend as only the Funky President can assemble


That Reggae Funk
2 in 1
Version 1
Version 2
That Congos Edit
A Fela Joint
A Fela Break
Afro Break 1
Universal Music
More Of That Afro Funk
Reggae Funk Break 1
Funky Reggae
Reggae Funk Break 2
James Brown Cover
I Bought This For $3
Afro Break 2
Let's Slow It Down
Track 18
King Floyd
I Already Had This One
Art Lebeau Classic
Lou Rawls
Alton Ellis
Bill Withers
Motown