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  • Performer: Kurtis Blow
  • Album: Kurtis Blow, The Best Rapper On The Scene
  • FLAC: 1133 mb | MP3: 1778 mb
  • Released: 1983
  • Country: Japan
  • Style: Electro, Funk
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 982
  • Format: MIDI RA MP4 AA AC3 APE VOC
Kurtis Blow - Kurtis Blow, The Best Rapper On The Scene album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Party Time
Congas – Anthony D. BrownPercussion – Timothy GloverPiano – Rick Ulfik
9:30
A2 Big Time Hood
Bass – Hugh "Junior" Clark
3:14
A3 Got To Dance
Percussion – J.B. Moore
4:17
A4 One-Two-Five (Main Street, Harlem, USA)
Organ – J.B. Moore
5:11
B1 Tough 6:50
B2 Juice 6:15
B3 Boogie Blues 5:26
B4 Baby, You've Got To Go 3:12

Companies, etc.

  • Marketed By – Phonogram GmbH
  • Mastered At – Masterdisk
  • Produced For – Prep/Street Productions
  • Recorded At – Greene St. Recording
  • Mixed At – Greene St. Recording
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – PolyGram Records, Inc.

Credits

  • Arranged By [Rhythms] – J.B. Moore
  • Arranged By [Vocals] – Full Force
  • Backing Vocals – Full Force (tracks: A1 to A4)
  • Bass – Lawrence Smith* (tracks: B1 to B4), Seth Glassman
  • Cymbal – Brian Blake (tracks: B1 to B4)
  • Drums – Jimmy Bralower, Trevor Gale (tracks: B1 to B4)
  • Guitar – Curtis Bedeau (tracks: A1 to A4), David Reeves (tracks: B1 to B4), Dean Bailin (tracks: B1 to B4), J.B. Moore (tracks: A4, B1 to B4)
  • Management – Russell Simmons
  • Mastered By – Howie Weinberg
  • Percussion – Sam Jacobs (tracks: B1 to B4)
  • Piano – Robbie Kondor (tracks: B1 to B4)
  • Producer – J.B. Moore, Robert Ford Jr.
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – Roddey Hui*
  • Saxophone – Mark Rivera (tracks: A1 to A4)
  • Synthesizer – Gerard Charles (tracks: A1 to A4), Jeff Bova (tracks: B1 to B4)
  • Timbales – Kurtis Blow (tracks: B1 to B4)

Notes

Printed in West Germany (rear sleeve).
Made in West-Germany (label).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 42281 49641 7
  • Label Code: LC 0268
  • Matrix / Runout: 814 964 - 1 1 Y 3 20 0
  • Matrix / Runout: 814 964 - 1 2Y 3 20 K
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant: Side 1): 814 964 - 1 1 Y 3 20 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant: Side 2): 814 964 - 1 2 Y 3 20 =1
  • Rights Society: GEMA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
UICY-91336 Kurtis Blow The Best Rapper On The Scene ‎(CD, Comp, Ltd, RE) Mercury UICY-91336 Japan 2009
814 964-1, 814 964-1 IQI Kurtis Blow The Best Rapper On The Scene ‎(LP, Comp, no ) Mercury, Mercury 814 964-1, 814 964-1 IQI Europe 1983
814 964-1 Kurtis Blow Kurtis Blow, The Best Rapper On The Scene ‎(LP, Comp) Mercury 814 964-1 Germany 1983
814 964-1, 814 964-1 IQI Kurtis Blow The Best Rapper On The Scene ‎(LP, Comp) Mercury, Mercury 814 964-1, 814 964-1 IQI Europe 1983


The Breaks" is a critically acclaimed 1980 hit single by Kurtis Blow from his self-titled debut album. Kurtis Walker (born August 9, 1959), better known by his stage name Kurtis Blow, is an American rapper and record producer.

Get the Tempo of the tracks from The Best Rapper On The Scene (1983) by Kurtis Blow. This album has an average beat per minute of 107 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 106/108 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page.

The Breaks" by Kurtis Blow sampled Sugarhill Gang's "Rapper's Delight". Listen to both songs on WhoSampled, the ultimate database of sampled music, cover songs and remixes.

Rockin' on the gogo scene. Rap Us. Beastie boys. Rap Fr. Benny b. Qu'est ce qu'on fait maintenant ? (hip hop mix).

The Best Rapper on the Scene is a studio album by rapper Kurtis Blow, released in 1983 on Mercury Records. The entire album consisted of material from his EP Party Time? and his 1982 album Tough. Even though none of the material is new, the album was marketed as an album (This may have been because Tough was initially classified as an EP). Even the artwork is not completely original, as the picture of Blow was taken from the front cover of Tough. All songs were written by James B. Moore.

8. Baby, You've Got to Go. Kurtis Blow. blue highlight denotes track pick.

Kurtis Blow was the first rapper to sign a contract with a major record label. The Breaks was the first Hip Hop single that went ‘gold’. A hugely important and influential track. The Treacherous Three is a crew of Hip Hop pioneers from who Kool Moe Dee is the best known. Body Rock is a typical song of the time: long and full of that Old School style of rapping. The first Hip Hop song to use rock influences.

Kurtis Blow managed by Russell Simmons for Rush Productions, 1133 Broadway, New York, NY 10010. The company name used on this release "PolyGram Records Inc. (New York)" refers to PolyGram Records, In. .

Party Time by Kurtis Blow, from the album, The Best Rapper on the Scene (1983). Foxy Lady by The Jimi Hendrix Experience, from the album, Are You Experienced (1967). The Ballroom Blitz by Sweet, from the album, Desolation Boulevard (1974). Machine Gun by the Commodores, from the album, Machine Gun (1974). Shake Your Pants by Cameo, from the album, Cameoisis (1980). Holy Ghost by the Bar-Kays, from the album, Money Talks (1978). Jazzy Sensation by Afrika Bambaataa and the Jazzy Five, from the single, "Jazzy Sensation (1981).

Old school hip -hop rapper Kurtis Blow was one of the original rap artists to sign to a major label and score several hits songs such a.We notice that your web browser is out-of-date. For the best experience on AX. om please consider upgrading to one of the following: Google Chrome. If you are still having issues, please contact support at [email protected]