Funky 4+1 – That’s The Joint

Sugar Hill Records (US) [SH-554] 1980 Follow up to “Rappin And Rocking The House” and their debut on Sugarhill. This is a classic old school track and replays the music of Taste Of Honey’s “Rescue Me”. There are a few label variations as pictured below. The first pressings have a large press ring, one with dark blue text and the […]

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Funky Four Plus One More – Rappin And Rocking The House

Enjoy Records (US) [6000] 1979 Consisting of K.K. Rockwell, Keith Keith, Li’l Rodney C, (MC) Jazzy Jeff & Sha Rock, this is the debut release from the Funky Four Plus One More. Although the label had been releasing tracks since 1962 this was the first rap record they released and their first record on a 12″ single. There are a […]

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The Source – The Ghetto

Enjoy Records (US) [6034] 1984 Following a dispute with Sugar Hill Records the Funky Four split up in 1983 and went their seperate ways. Jazzy Jeff (Jeff Miree) returned to Bobby Robinson’s Enjoy Records and released this debut solo track as The Source. Side A The Ghetto [5:30] Side B The Ghetto (Instrumental) [5:30]

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