lundi 1 décembre 2008

JAZZY 5 & The Kryptic Krew "Jazzy sensation"

Ripped from an original copy !
Very hard to find and first record for Bambaataa as an artist. it's an Arthur Baker production one year before their anthem "Planet rock". They use the "Funky sensation" of Gwen Mc Crae for the music that you can find here too.

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Bronx version
Manhattan version
instrumental

10 commentaires:

Jeremy.London,England a dit…

I have this original 12" from new and i think the best version of this title.Thanks very much....

Anonyme a dit…

wow! absolutely amazing! i'd always wondered where the beastie boys got those samples for "hey ladies".

Anonyme a dit…

DOPE!

Anonyme a dit…

Why can't I see the download link? :(

monsieurwilly a dit…

click on the label

Jonny a dit…

One of my all time favorites (the Bronx version was the Jam). I have one copy of the remix which extends the intro to 8 bars instead of the original 2 bars, made it a bit tough to work with a 2 bar break over and over. I used to hear Jazzy Jay roc this was at the Roxy, a big free-styling record back then. Check out the list of all the NYC high schools at the back end of the track. "Cardinal Hayes, roc-rocin' on, roc-in'on". Thanks for this.

jonny sender

jerome green a dit…

Hi Willy,

Thank you for posting. I have a version or 2 of this on a few comps. One of the great original tracks. Kenton Nix written tracks always translated well to Hip-Hop (Heartbeat, Funky Sensation, Chillin' Out, Serious Serious Space Party). Excellent!

Peace, Jerome

db1233 a dit…

New York Massive !!!
Thx for this sweet Mr Willy !

Laurent a dit…

Salut Monsieur Willy

ça faisait qq temps que je n'étais pas allé sur ton blog, il y a du nouveau me semble-t-il...
En tout cas merci j'ai découvert de bonnes bombes sur ton blog, je pense à l'album d'Ingram, That's All, une tuerie.
bye

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Anonyme a dit…

this is nice