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6 thoughts on “ Rhymes For The Deaf, Dumb & Blind - Various - Quannum Presents Solesides Greatest Bumps

  1. Looking for Solesides Greatest Bumps / Various - Solesides Greatest Bumps? Rhymes for the Deaf Dumb ; Blind - Blackalicious 16) Entropy (Part C - Count ; Estimate) - DJ Shadow Blue Flames - Quannum MCS 23) Bonus Track - Solesides Greatest Bumps. Album Solesides Greatest Bumps. Main Format CD. Keyword Index.
  2. Lateef and Chief Xcel are currently recording their first collaborative effort, under the moniker Maroons. DJ Shadow continues to contribute a healthy ration of Quannum productions, and has compiled Solesides' Greatest Bumps, a "best-of" volume out in October sure to help satisfy growing demand for the Quannum/Solesides catalogue.
  3. Review: For their latest full-length exploration of the world of spiritual jazz - the label's seventh, in total - Jazzman has decided to focus on artists and performers whose Islamic faith influenced their work. Given that many jazz greats were early converts to the spiritually charged Ahmadiya school of Islam - Kenny Clarke, Art Blakey, Ahmad Jamal and Yusuf Lateef included - there's plenty.
  4. LB's rhymes bounce playfully over his west coast funk, sometimes hilarious, somewhat bragging, definitely harmonious and most definitely real wordplay. Check the smooth reggae duet "Love Me So Bad" with Joyo Velarde, the lowrider bass in "Bad Dreams", or the righteousness of "Last Trumpet".
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Quannum Presents Solesides Greatest Bumps on Discogs/5(50).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Quannum Presents Solesides - Greatest Bumps on Discogs/5(40).

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