True School Lyrical Lessons From The Rap Legends Volume 1 – Various Artists
Jan07

True School Lyrical Lessons From The Rap Legends Volume 1 – Various Artists

Label: K-Tel Year: 1996 Click to Buy it From Amazon.Com Amazon.com Widgets Song Listing 1. King Tim III (Personality Jock)- Fatback 2. We Rap More Mellow (Maxi Version)- The Younger Generation 3. Superrappin’- Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five 4. The Breaks- Kurtis Blow 5. New Rap Language- The Treacherous Three 6. Adventures of Super Rhymes- Jimmy Spicer 7. Zulu Nation Throwdown- Afrika Bambaataa and the Cosmic Force 8....

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First Generation Rap: The Old School Vol 1 – Various
Jan07

First Generation Rap: The Old School Vol 1 – Various

Label: Collectables Year: 1994 Click to Buy it From Amazon.Com Song Listing 1. Rappin’ and Rockin’ the House- Funky Four Plus 1 2. Superrappin’- Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five 3. Superrappin’- Instrumental 4. Love Rap- Spoonie Gee 5. Move with the Groove- Disco Four 6. Move with the Groove- Instrumental 7. Calling Dr. Ice- Dr. Ice 8. Calling Dr. Ice- Instrumental Reviews The real find on this disc is...

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The Best of Enjoy! Records – Various
Jan07

The Best of Enjoy! Records – Various

Label: Hot Year: 1989 Click to Buy it From Amazon.Com Song Listing 1. Superappin- Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five 2. Love Rap- Spoonie Gee & The Treacherous Three 3. Body Rock- The Treacherous Three 4. At the Party- The Treacherous Three 5. It’s Magic- Fearless Four 6. Move with the Groove- The Disco Four 7. Funk Box Party- The Masterdon Committee 8. Feel the Heart Beat-The Treacherous Three 9. Just Having Fun- Doug...

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The Treacherous Three
Jan07

The Treacherous Three

Members Kool Moe Dee (Mohandas Dewese) b.?/?/63 L.A. Sunshine Special K DJ Easy Lee (Theodore Moy’e) This group was founded in the late 70’s and has recorded on and off since that time. Kool Moe Dee, Special K, and DJ Easy Lee all went to the same high school (Norman Thomas). LA sunshine went to Brandise HS in Manhattan. The group of high school friends developed a reputation for hip hop around New York.  Spoonie Gee...

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The Sequence
Jan07

The Sequence

Members Cheryl the Pearl (Cheryl Cook) Angie B (Angie Brown/Stone) Blondie (Gwendolyn Chisholm) Although this trio recorded several singles for Sugar Hill Records in the early 80’s, there is little information on them. Their first single, “Funk You Up,” was released on the heels of “Rapper’s Delight” and was their most successful. They also recorded “Monster Jam” with Spoonie Gee. Angie...

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