UK double vinyl LP pressing. 2009 collection of ground-breaking early Hip Hop tracks, released to coincide with the 30th Anniversary of the release of the first Hip Hop singles. The music captured on those early records - by the Sugarhill Gang and the Fatback Band among others - was the result of a street level culture that had grown up in the wasteland of 1970s Bronx that had spread throughout New York's black communities. While MCs created the vocal hooks based on increasingly complicated rhymes, the musical beat was created by pioneering DJs cutting up old and new Funk and Soul records in ways that allowed them to play the bits of the records that the crowd responded and went wildest to. Super Breaks Back To The Old School gathers together some of the hottest tracks from those original block parties. 20 tracks BGP.
Funky President (People It'S Bad) - James Brown
Super Sporm - Captain Sky
Apache - The Incredible Bongo Band
Blow Your Head - (Fred Wesley &) The Jbs
Scratching - Magic Disco Machine
Gotta Get A Knutt (Lp Version) - The New Birth
Johnny The Fox Meets Jimmy The Weed - Thin Lizzy
Get Ya Some - Melvin Sparks
The Clapping Song - Shirley Ellis
Good Old Music - Funkadelic
Get Up And Dance - Freedom
Mary Mary - The Monkees
Who Is He And What Is He To You - Creative Source
It'S Just Begun - Jimmy Castor
Give It Up And Turnit A Loose (Live) - James Brown
Let A Woman Be A Woman - Let A Man Be A Man - Dyke & The Blazers
Africano - Earth Wind And Fire
Shifting Gears - Johnny Hammond
Got To Be Real - Cheryl Lynn
Unfinished Business - Blackbyrds
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.