Madlib used hip hop record


Excerpt from Pitchfork Listening to Madlib's music, I'm reminded of the Black radical maestros responsible for some of the outermost-limits music-making of the past half-century: Sun Ra, George Clinton, Lee "Scratch" Perry-- it's an elite club, but by no means an exclusive one. What sets these artists apart from their contemporaries and/or imitators is...

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Tom Shaw

Excerpt from Wiki: Shaw was born in Brenham, Texas, United States. He was taught to play both the harmonica and guitar by his relatives, and based his style on his collaborations with Blind Lemon Jefferson, J. T. Smith and Ramblin' Thomas. After spending time as an itinerant musician in Texas, in 1934 he relocated to California. He continued to perform and...

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Christmas Vinyl

Ernest Tubb And His Texas Troubadours - Blue Christmas Released in 1964 Track list "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" (Johnny Marks) "Blue Snowflakes" (Bill Hayes) "We Need God for Christmas" (Alma F. Donaldson, Ernest Tubb) "Christmas Is Just Another Day" (Harlan Howard) "Christmas Island" (Lyle Moraine) "White Christmas" (Irving Berlin) "Blue Christmas" (Billy Hayes, Jay...

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Detention used record at spin records petaluma


Excerpt from New Jersey, USA based punk band that existed in the early to mid-1980s. Detention achieved notoriety with their minor underground radio hit, "Dead Rock 'N Rollers", released in 1983 and now heavily bootlegged....

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