October 2, 2015
From the Boogie and the Barber show on Hot 97, with guest Problemz and Black Attack. Peace to Stretch & Bobbito and Greg T. No exact date on this one, probably sometime around March 1997. Lot of tracks I can't identify if anyone knows..
1) Laster - Off Balance
2) Godfather Don - Seeds of Hate
3) RA the Rugged Man - 50,000 Heads (w/Sadat X)
4) Black Attack - Holdin It Down
5) Beatnuts - Do You Believe?
6) Defari - Lock Shit Down
7) OC - My World
8) Craig G - Sing-A-Long
10) Mic Break
11) Black attack & Problemz Freestyle/Interview
12) Phone Skit/Cage
13)Shadez of Brooklyn - Diamond Mine
14) HDM - Real MC's
15) Jigmastas - Iz U Dee (Remix)
16) Krimb Snatcha - Gangster Disease
17) La The Darkman -
18) DJ Muggs - Devil in Blue Dress 19)
September 23, 2015
This show was broadcast March 9, 1997, the night the Notorious B.I.G. passed away. Guests include the Dutchmin and Natural Resources. Also in the studio was buckshot, but the tape ran out before he got on. Peace to Stretch & Bobbito and Greg T for providing the gems.
August 29, 2015
July 9, 2015
July 1, 2015
This is a short, 30 minute, segment from Stretch & Bobbito's Boogie & the Barber (Hot 97) show with special guests Nine and Third Eye (aka Jesse West). Peace to Stretch, Bobbito, and Greg T. Also check for the release of Stretch & Bobbito cassettes through Fat Beats (currently sold out) and some fondle em' type of records newly listed on my discogs.
June 15, 2015
I really dug PH's flows. I never met him, and narrowly missed DJing an event in New Brunswick where he performed. But, I remember seeing him perform somewhere and asking the crowd if they knew where he got his name from (his mom). As you've probably heard from the outpouring of tributes, he was a staple on the indie circuit and a genuinely good person. Unfortunately, as time goes by, we do way too many of these RIP posts. The following is a clip from a New York Live show on WNYU from April of 1996 featuring Pumpkinhead off the top. R.I.P. You will be missed.
June 2, 2015
This might be one of the last radio shows I recorded on a cassette. I think I retired my double deck shortly after this. This is WNYU's Halftime Show celebrating 5 years with Doug Infinite and Jaz-O on beats, a gang of MC's, and a few battle routines from DJ A-Trak. Peace to DJ Eclipse. Update: Peace to DJ Eclipse, sending over the whole show, separated and ID'd get it while it's hot