ancestors of rap

Various - Ancestors Of Rap A Collection of Highly Underrated Prototype Rap Songs

Tobias Kirmayer of the soul/funk/jazz label Tramp Records compiled prototype rap songs, “Ancestors Of Rap” unites the few existing soul and funk tracks from the late 1960s to early 70s that feature lyrics that are rhymed in rhythm. One of the most expressive examples is Who Got The Number by comedian Pigmeat Markham. Similar in style are Billy Dee & Sugarbear. No matter what track you select, James West, Bobby & Deborreh Williams or one of the big names like James Brown or Blowfly, you can be assured of the sheer quality and relevance of each song. The 12-page CD-booklet contains detailed liner notes and scans of all labels. The deluxe double-gatefold LP contains the same information as the CD-booklet and is limited to 1000 copies. Order via Juno or HHV.

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