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Original Hip Hop Classics Presented By Sugar Hill Records

    Hip Hop has come a long way since it exploded onto the globe in the early 1980’s – it’s turned MC’s into global icons, given a voice to a youth movement, helped ethnic groups to cross colour lines and inspired all manner of political change and growth. Sugar Hill Records was there from the start and gave birth to Hip Hop’s first superstars. Original Hip Hop Classics presented by Sugar Hill Records presents the definitive collection of records that defined the first wave of Hip Hop to break through into the mainstream.

    Including beats and rhymes from The SugarHill Gang, Grandmaster Flash, The Furious Five, Melle Mel, The Treacherous Three and The Sequence plus ground-breaking releases such as ‘Rapper's Delight’, ‘The Message’ ‘White Lines (Don't Do It)’, ‘The Adventures of Grandmaster Flash On The Wheels of Steel’ and more this is a true document of one of the most exciting and pivotal musical genres of all time. 


    Disc: 1
    1. Rapper's Delight (Single Version) - The Sugarhill Gang
    2. The Message - Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five
    3. That's The Joint - Funky 4+1
    4. It's Nasty (Genius Of Love) - Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five

    Disc: 2
    1. White Lines (Don't Do It) - Grandmaster Flash & Melle Mel
    2. Apache (Jump On It) - The Sugarhill Gang
    3. Step Off - Melle Mel & Scorpio & The Furious Five & Cowboy
    4. 8th Wonder - The Sugarhill Gang

    Disc: 3
    1. We Got The Funk - Positive Force
    2. Hot Hot Summer Day - The Sugarhill Gang
    3. Yes We Can-Can - The Treacherous 3
    4. Scratching - Crash Crew

    Disc: 4
    1. The Adventures Of Grandmaster Flash On The Wheels Of Steel (Extended Mix) - Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five
    2. Funk You Up - The Sequence
    3. Break Dance - Electric Boogie - West Street Mob
    4. Passion Play - The Sugarhill Gang

    Small Faces

    There Are But Four Small Faces

      Small Faces debut USA LP released on Andrew Loog Oldham’s Immediate Records in 1968 has been newly remastered from the original master tapes for the first time ever!


      Itchycoo Park
      Talk To You
      Up The Wooden Hills To Bedfordshire
      My Way Of Giving
      I’m Only Dreaming
      I Feel Much Better
      Tin Soldier
      Get Yourself Together
      Show Me The Way
      Here Come The Nice
      Green Circles
      (Tell Me) Have You Ever Seen Me?

      Bert Jansch

      Birthday Blues

        ‘Birthday Blues’, released in January 1969, was Bert Jansch’s sixth album for Transatlantic.

        It’s no surprise that the album sounds like a modified version of The Pentangle as Bert was a member of the classic British folk / jazz / rock group at the time of this record’s release. Additionally Shel Talmy, who worked with the group (as well as The Who and The Kinks), produced ‘Birthday Blues’. To complete the circle, the record’s rhythm section was Pentangle’s - Danny Thompson on bass and Terry Cox on drums.

        Jansch was the group’s finest musician, and can still be a compelling writer and performer on his own. All of the cuts on this album are originals, showing the artist leaning a little more toward bluesy styles than usual, though the mood is predominantly British folk.

        Continuing the series of Bert Jansch’s Transatlantic recordings this album was remastered using the original master tape recorded at IBC Studios in London during November 1968. This is the first time this tape has been used since the album was released. The vinyl was half-speed mastered from the same tape and is the best possible representation of the wonderful music that Bert Jansch recorded at these sessions.

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