Monday, April 27, 2015

4 GB of hip hop radio history: Mr Magic and Marley Marl

I got some requests to re-up the Mr Magic tapes. So here they are to download
It contains many great shows with Marley Marl. It's a lot: 4 GB, dozens of shows, so take your time :-)
And if this is to much old school for you, then at least listen to this gem: a mister Magic Disco Showcase from 1981 listen.
Magic is talking about the making of the movie Wild Style. This is hip hop history!

17 comments:

  1. Thanks dutch for post this freshh mixes .......god bless you and all you family too......word

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  3. CAN YOU PLEASE UPLOAD THE RONNIE GREEN TAPE AND THE STAY HIGH CREW AT FOSTER PROJECTS THIS IS KEIMO

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  4. hi dutch do you have old school hip hop mixes kool dj red alert mastermix 98.7 kiss? please post something...god bless you......word

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  5. I think you'll like this zulu beats show... I dug to the depths of the internet and found this tape. It's not even on this blog http://www.mediafire.com/listen/u8tn5wcic21ldh0/ZULU_BEATS_MIX_featuring_AFRIKA_ISLAM.mp3

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    1. Tanks For sharing SB, i have the tape but if i remember correct that's a shorter version. So great to hear more.

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    1. It's not Malcolm Mclaren - Hobo Scratch, its the one with the strange vocoder...

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    2. It's not Malcolm Mclaren - Hobo Scratch, its the one with the strange vocoder...

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    1. Ah, one of my favorite hip hop mixes of all time. I think you are looking for rap machine by Whodini.

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    2. Actually, no. Good guess though!! It's a strange vocoder saying "drop drop" and some other words I can understand because of the low quality. I uploaded a snippet from the Afrika Islam Zulu Beat show and at the very end of it it had the song I was talking about, here's the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNqXLDjP9Mk
      Keep in mind Afrika Islam's voice on there because the video I gave you was taken from a Afrika Islam Zulu Beat show.

      I've just been trying to find this song for 2 years and I still haven't found it, is it really that rare?

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  8. '88 feelin' great, yo cool.

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  9. Valuable information! Looking forward to seeing your notes posted.
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