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Hip-hop did not develop in a vacuum. It's roots can be traced back to the earliest Afro- American music, and the white folks who were influenced by these sounds. This CD compiles 26 tracks of some of the great hip-hop from the 1920s through the 1960s. The themes will be familiar-religion, politics, black experience, gangsta rap, speed, sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll. Listen to the lessons that the hipsters of the past taught the rappers of today. Tracks:1. Baby, Baby - Ashton Conroy/Katie Webster 2. Caught - Mamie Ree/Gus Jenkins Band/Mamie Ree/Young Wolf 3. These Hard Times - Reverend J. M. Gates 4. Why I Like Roosevelt, Pt. 15. Why I Like Roosevelt, Pt. 26. in Dat Mornin' - Jimmie Lunceford & His Chickasaw Syncopaters 7. Terrible Operation Blues - the Famous Hokum Boys 8. Mother Fuyer 9. Hello, Sue - Butterbeans & Susie 10. Number Writer 11. Swamp Root - Harmonica Frank Floyd 12. Slow Boogie - Champion Jack Dupree 13. Hambone - Dolores Hawkins & the Hambone Kids/The Hambone Kids/Delores Hawkins/Red Saunders 14. Puerto Vootie - Slim Gaillard Trio 15. When I'm in My Tea - Jo Jo Adams/Maxwell Davis & His All-Stars/Miles Davis All-Stars 16. Road House Boogie 17. Thunderbird - William Walker 18. Uh Oh (Get out of the Car) - the Treniers 19. Hot Mama - Brother Woodman & the Chanters/Ethel Brown/The Chanters/Brother Woodman 20. You Can't Bring Me Down 21. Goodbye Baby - Little Caesar 22. Letter, the - the Medallions/Vernon Green 23. No One to Love Me - the Shaweez 24. Gotta Let You Go - One Man Band/Joe Hill Louis 25. Just Can't Stay - Willie Nix And His Combo 26. Big Break, the - Richard Berry.
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