Camon Give Me A Break! Part 28 (Jopparelli’s Take)

Science dropped by Martini & Jopparelli. Apr-29-2012

This episode is not about obscure breaks, but rather classic tunes that i deeply love, music that changed my life if you know what i mean. Time to replay some gems from Hip Hop’s golden age and rediscover the magnificent sounds they were built upon. We have the return of the Crooklyn Dodgers, an apocalyptic RZA tune featuring one of his best instrumentals, and then we’ll explore the deep south with a jaw-dropping Geto Boys funk jam. CRU are present too of course, as one of the rap groups with the best taste in choosing samples, and speaking of good taste in music how about a classic Mobb Deep tune produced by Q-Tip? Then we finish with a sweet groove by Hard 2 Obtain, we already talked about it in the past, but this time its deconstructed into its two main samples. Enjoy and check the download link at the end of this post to play  this breaks loud in your stereo.

Young Holt Trio – “Strangers In The Night”

Crooklyn Dodgers 95 – “Return Of The Crooklyn Dodgers”

Crooklyn Dodgers 95 – Return of the Crooklyn Dodgers

Charles Earland – “Snake”

CRU – “Bluntz And Bakakeemis”

Cru – Bluntz & Bakakeemis

Roger Webb – “Like A Friend”

RZA – “Tragedy”

Roger Webb – Like A Friend

Bill Withers – “Lonely Town, Lonely Street”

Geto Boys – “It Ain’t”

Geto Boys – It Ain't Shit

The Blackbyrds – “Riot”

Ghostface Killah – “Black Jesus”

The Headhunters – “I Remember I Made You Cry”

Mobb Deep ft. Q-Tip – “Drink Away The Pain”

The Headhunters – I Remember I Made You Cry

The Blackbyrds – “Wilford’s gone”

Melvin Sparks – “If You Want My Love”

Hard 2 Obtain – L.I. Groove

Hard 2 Obtain – L.I. Groove

Listen to The Breaks (and a couple of bonus trakcs)