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Street Legends, Vol. 1 [REPACK]



The names that started ringing bells in the streets of South Jamaica formed an alliance. They were all coming out of the borough that was once the place to raise a family, not duck for cover. With the coming of the young drug lords, all that would change. Forty Projects started rumbling while Baisley Projects was vibrating. The Southside was bubbling with drug crews and money. The natural order would persevere, but in the chaos of the streets anything could happen. Coke was moving, but crack was on the way, and the numbers would rise. These were the wonder years.




Street Legends, Vol. 1



At the same time, hip-hop was evolving and becoming a force in the inner-city. It was still New York street music, but hip-hop was growing and getting bigger. It was becoming a culture that would dominate the nation just as the Supreme Team dominated the Southside, the same hoods that the rappers grew up and congregated in. Run DMC would drive through the ghetto, back and forth, hanging out. They were everywhere, very present and accounted for on the streets. They looked and dressed like the guys from around the way, like the dudes playing basketball in the parks, the fly guys hanging around the clubs and projects. The hustlers in Queens embraced Run DMC long before they were stars when hip-hop was nothing.


Following Crisis on Infinite Earths, Jason is rebooted by Max Allan Collins, giving him his own backstory and making him an enthusiastic student, but also the most troubled kid, because of his former life on the streets. It will lead us to a tragedy in one of the most famous Batman story now.


January 13, 19991. Caliente = Hot: Puerto Rican and Cuban Musical Expressionin New York. New World Records. NW 244-2. Track 3: "EmiRa Obini Le Wa.," by Julito Collazo y su Grupo Afro- Cubano.2. Sweet Honey in the Rock. Live at Carnegie Hall. FlyingFish Records. FF 70106. Track 12: "Denko."3. A Carnival of Cuban Music. Routes of Rhythm Volume 1.Rounder Records. Rounder CD 5049. Track 1: "Chant to Elgua,"by Afro-Cuba de Matanzas.4. A Carnival of Cuban Music. Routes of Rhythm Volume 1.Rounder Records. Rounder CD 5049. Track 11: "Manteca,"by Chano Pozo and Dizzy Gillespie's Big Band (recorded 1947).5. The Yoruba/Dahonean Collection: Orishas Across the Oceans.Ryko. RCD 10405. Track 6: "Agolona" (Entry of the Orishas),by Manoel's Group, Brazil.6. The Yoruba/Dahonean Collection: Orishas Across the Oceans.Ryko. RCD 10405. Track 10:"Song for Elegua," by ConjuntoEl Nino, Cuba.January 18, 19991. The Arthur S. Alberts Collection: More Tribal, Folk, andCafé Music of West Africa. Ryko. RCD 10401. Track 9:Drums from Ghana.2. The Arthur S. Alberts Collection: More Tribal, Folk, andCafé Music of West Africa. Ryko. RCD 10401.Track 11: Malinke vocal performance accompanied by bala.3. Sounds of the South. Volume 1: Sounds of the South.Atlantic Recording Corporation. Atlantic 7 82496-2. Track 13:"Come on Boys, Let's Go to the Ball," Sid Hemphill andLucius Smith.4. Sounds of the South. Volume 1: Sounds of the South.Atlantic Recording Corporation. Atlantic 7 82496-2. Track 2: "HenDuck," Lonnie Young, Ed Young and Lonnie Young Jr.5. Sounds of the South. Volume 3: Negro Church Music. AtlanticRecording Corporation. Atlantic 7 82496-2. Track 10: "I'mGonna Sail Like A Ship on the Ocean," Henry Morrison &St. Simon's Island Singers.6. Sounds of the South. Volume 3: Negro Church Music. AtlanticRecording Corporation. Atlantic 7 82496-2. Track 11: "BlowGabriel," John Davis, Bessie Jones & St. Simon's IslandSingers.7. Sweet Honey in the Rock. Still on the Journey: The 20thAnniversary Album. Earthbeat Records. Earthbeat 9 42536-2.Track 10: "Sojourner's Battle Hymn."8. Sounds of the South. Volume 1: Sounds of the South.Atlantic Recording Corporation. Atlantic 7 82496-2. Track 14:"Join the Band," John Davis and Group9. Sounds of the South. Volume 2: The Roots of the Blues.Atlantic Recording Corporation. Atlantic 7 82496-2. Track 14:"Jim and John," Lonnie Young, Ed Young and Lonnie YoungJr.10. "Street Cries of Charleston," Male street vendor,Charleston, S.C. early 20th century. Described in Gridley, p.48.11. Miles Davis. "Fishermen, Strawberry and Devil Crab,"Miles Davis, Porgy and Bess 1958. January 25, 19991. Negro Prison Blues and Songs. Legacy CD 326. Track 10:"Rosie."2. Negro Prison Blues and Songs. Legacy CD 326. Track 5:"Jumpin' Judy."3. Blues in the Mississippi Night. Rykodisk. RCD 90155.4. Mississippi John Hurt. Avalon Blues: The Complete 1928 OkehRecordings. Columbia. CK 64986. Track 1: Frankie.5. Mississippi John Hurt. Avalon Blues: The Complete 1928 OkehRecordings. Columbia. CK 64986. Track 13: Spike Driver Blues.6. Sounds of the South. Volume 1: Sounds of the South.Atlantic Recording Corporation. Atlantic 7 82496-2. Track 20:"John Henry," The Mountain Ramblers.7. Charley Patton. Founder of the Delta Blues, 1929-1934.Yazoo CD 2010.


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