Boom Bap Radio – May 10, 2014

Word to the Mother – Old 2 The New/New 2 The Old IV

We celebrate Mother’s Day in this show with a look back at the beats that built the culture. – Original beats from the likes of Sly and the Family Stone, Labi Siffre, The Jefferson Airplane, Brick and Taana Gardner, morph into familiar Hip-Hop classics from Queen Latifah, Jay Z, Black Sheep, Dana Dane and the Treacherous Three, to name a few. We also giggle at the comedic stylings of Los Angeles Clippers’ owner Donald Sterling and V. Stiviano, that silly rabbit; discuss gardening tools and Monica Lewinsky; and listen to the catchy ditty from the 7 GOP members of the new Benghazi panel. Hey Dr. Dre! Do you have a case quarter? He’s not ignoring me. He’s wearing those damn Beats Headphones. They’ll never be worth much – LOL. – It’s Boom Bap Radio.

Da Play List

  1. Dance to the Music – Sly & The Family Stone – 1968
  2. Dance For Me – Queen Latifah – 1989 – All Hail to the Queen
  3. Mary, Mary – Monkees – 1967
  4. Mary, Mary  – Run-DMC  – 1988 – Tougher Than Leather
  5. Buddy  – De La Soul/JB’s/Tribe/Monie – 1989 – 3 Feet High…
  6. Heartbeat – Taana Gardner – 1981
  7. Feel The Heartbeat – Treacherous Three – 1984
  8. Today  – Jefferson Airplane – 1967 – Surrealistic Pillow
  9. Similak Child – Black Sheep – 1991 – A Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing
  10. I Got The  – Labri Saffre – 1975 – Remember My Song
  11. Streets Is Watching – Jay-Z – 2003 – In My Lifetime Vol. 1
  12. Freak of the Week – Funkadelic – 1979 – Uncle Jam Wants You
  13. Me Myself and I – De La Soul – 1989 – 3 Feet High And Rising
  14. Dazz – Brick  – 1988 – Good High
  15. Cinderfella  – Dana Dane – 1988  – Dana Dane
  16. Before I Let Go – Maze feat Frankie Beverly – 1982
  17. Your Mom’s In My Business – K-Solo – 1990 – Tell The World…

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