The roots of hip hop from church to gangsta.
|Format:||Music CD ℗2008.|
|Availability:||Available at 2 Libraries 2 of 2 copies|
ContentsBaby, baby (Katie Webster and Ashton Conroy)
Caught (Mamie Ree & Young Walt with the Gus Jenkins Band)
These hard times (Rev. J.M. Gates)
Why I like Roosevelt, part 1 ; Why I like Roosevelt, part 2 (Soul Stirrers)
In dat mornin' (Jimmie Lunceford and his Chickasaw Syncopators)
Terrible operation blues (Famous Hokum Boys)
Mother fuyer (Dirty Red)
Hello, Sue (Butterbeans)
Number writer (Dan Pickett)
Swamp root (Harmonica Frank Floyd)
Slow boogie (Champion Jack Dupree)
Hambone (Red Saunders with Dolores Hawkins and the Hambone Kids)
Puerto vootie (Slim Galliard Trio)
When I'm in my tea (Dr. Jo Jo Adams with Maxwell Davis All Stars)
Road house boogie (Big Jay McNeely)
Thunderbird (William "Thunderbird" Walker)
Uh oh (get out of the car) (the Treniers)
Hot mama (Brother Woodman & the Chanters featuring Ethel Brown)
You can't bring me down ; Goodbye baby (Little Caesar)
The letter (Vernon Green and the Medallions)
No one to love me (the Shaweez)
Gotta let you go (Joe Hill Louis, one man band)
Just can't stay (Willie Nix and his combo)
The big break (Richard Berry).
Rhythm and blues music.
|Publisher|| [United States] :Harte,℗2008.
|Other Titles|| Hip hop
Songs in various styles.
Previously released material.
Program notes by Hellbound MC (23 p. : ports.) inserted in container.
1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.