March 26, 2011
The B-Side was a show Stretch, & Bobbito had on Hot 97 in 1996, that ran quadra-monthly. Episodes include guests ATCQ and Consequence promoting the 'Beats Rhymes and Life' Lp, Jeru the Damaja and DJ Premier promiting the 'Wrath of the Math' Lp, and Redman promoting the 'Muddy Waters' Lp.
Here are all 3 B-Side episodes.
The first is one I found online (peace to the original uploader)
second comes courtesy of Talib.
*third episode featuring Redman (courtesy of UNT)
The B-Side (featuring A Tribe Called Quest & Consequence)
The B-Side (featuring Jeru the Damaja & DJ Premier)
The B Side (featuring Redman)
words from Bobbito on the B-Side...
"The B-side show, if I remember correctly, only happened these three times. It was sort of an experiment to get me and Stretch on more prime time, during Angie's weekday evening slot. It went over well with everyone. It was kind of like a showcase of anticipated albums from artists who were known from our corner of the world. I think that'd be like 8pm to 9pm? I don't really remember (the time slot). Our Sunday, 'Boogie and the Barber', show on hot was from 11pm to 1am.
Another thing you may want to search for is me and Stretch doing the subbing for Ed Lover and Dr. Dre's morning show on January 1, 1997. I can't remember why they couldn't do it, but people were absolutely buggin' to hear us that early (started at 5am i think until 8am) on prime time. We were just ourselves, acting stupid, snapping, all that. I can't remember, but I don't think stretch dj'ed, the station just played their regular playlist and we talked a lot. I don't have a recording though . . ."
-DJ Bobbito Garcia a.k.a. Kool Bob Love
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The sound Quality isn't that great on this one, kind of a high pitch ringing throughout, but worth a listen. Guests include Dark Skinned Assasin and Rugged Scientist. Peace to Stretch, Bobbito, and Greg T.
Stretch & Bobbito 7-13-1995
(w/Dark Skinned Assasin & Rugged Scientist)
1) Mannish - Expect That
2) Bahamadia - Respect the Architecht (w/Guru)
3) KRS One - MC's act like they don't know
4) L Swift - Check the Style
5) Cella Dwellas - Cella Dwellas
6) D&D All Stars - 1.2 Pass it (Premier Remix)
7) Dark Skinnned Assassin, Rugged Scientist Freestyles
8) Mad Skillz - Extra Abstract Skills (w/ Q-Tip, Large Pro)
9) Mobb Deep -
1) Souls of Mischief - Rock it Like That
2) Redman - Tonight's the Night (Remix)
3) AZ - Rather Unique
4) Junior Mafia - Get Money
5) Rakim - I Get Visual
6) Method Man - The Riddler
7) Bushwackas - Caught up in the game
8) Lord Digga - Maintain (w/Masta Ace)
9) Mad Skillz - Skillz in 95
10) Redman - How u Get Down?
11) Artifacts - Dynamite Soul 2 (w/Mad Skillz)
12) Ill Al Skratch - Dr Feelgood (w/MOP, Nine, Greg Nice)
13) L-Swift - How itz goin down
March 16, 2011
March 11, 2011
Here's another Boogie and the Barber from Greg T's stash with Tragedy Khadafi in the studio. Peace to Stretch & Bobbito
Stretch & Bobbito 1997 (w/Tragedy Khadafi)
1) Saukrates - Play Dis (w/Common)
2) Artifacts - Ultimate (Showbiz Remix)
3) Grav - City to City (w/Al Tariq & Lil Ray)
4) Ak Skills - One life to Live
5) High & Mighty - Cranial Lumps
6) Powerrule - Bright Lights, Big City
7) Brainwash 2000 - Break it Down
8) Mic Break w/Tragedy
9) Problemz -
10) Big Noyd - All Pro (w/Ty Nitty, Twin and Prodigy)
11) Shabaam Sadiq - On a Mission
12) Jeru the Damaja - Me or The Papes (Premier Remix)
13) Street Smartz - Problemz
14) Rampage - Wild for the night
15) Dutchmin - Get your swerve on (dolo version)
16) Royal Flush - Rotten Apple
17) Nitty Gritty Southside - Tru-Grain
18) Mic Break w/Fat Man Scoop/Tragedy Freestyles
March 7, 2011
Here's a pause edit mix of Underground Railroad shows from November, 1999. It features a good 7 minute freestyle session with UG (of the Cella Dwellas) and Ran Reed. And you'll also you'll hear some of DJ Slyce's routines (Yello, Michael Jackson,) In case you missed it, check out the DW DJ Slyce interview.
Underground Railroad 11-1999
Underground Railroad 11-1999
March 2, 2011
March 1, 2011
One of my favorite Halftime Shows right here.
I posted parts of this show already, but now here's the full (pause edited) 60 minute tape. This shows features DJ sets from Spictacular, J-Smoke, DJ Infamous, and DJ A-Trak (of the Allies) and an ill freestyle session with Camron, McGruff and a little bit of Jim Jones, along with DJ Riz on the mix. Peace to DJ Eclipse.
Halftime Show July 2000