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I got the double tape with the instros but no download code for the instros. I made an assumption. Oh well guess I need to buy a tape deck.

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Any SF heads going to see him with dibia$e and open mike eagle tonight?

+dj harrison

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^here you go fam. Tell mi Morena that I hollered at her a few days ago properly. You had a brotha mad envious. Kudos. Cheers.

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I believe he said he's featured on the new BROOKZILL!(Prince Paul, Ladybug Mecca, Rodrigo Brandão, Don Newkirk) album.

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New video

Can't wait for a UK show, although I'd imagine a show in London wouldn't be as intimate as I'd imagine...

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Count Bass D Discogs mix

The rapper with the most chords — Dwight Conroy Farrell is internationally known as rapper, producer and multi-instrumentalist Count Bass D.  He has worked with Snoop Dogg, MF DOOM, STS9, Kool Keith, Victor Wooten, Prince Paul, and more. His extensive solo discography spans two decades and includes his breakthrough classic Dwight Spitz.  He continues to gain much notoriety to this day for his vocal and production work on MF DOOM’s 2004 track, Potholderz. Many have heard Dwight’s moniker and work over the past two decades, but still don’t know exactly how to confine him to a particular musical category. The self-described “Fender Rhodes Scholar” has augmented his skills as a multi-instrumentalist by truly mastering the art of sampling as well as the art of intellect. He’s proven his ability to push the envelope both sonically and lyrically. His body of work arguably displays the widest range of any rapper to date.
What did Count Bass D drop into his exclusive Discogs mix? In the tradition of his Some Music mix series:

    Songs I love, mixed live; mistakes and all.

Tracklist:
1. Billy Preston – Everybody Likes Some Kind of Music (00:00)
2. Bob Marley & The Wailers – Them Belly Full (But We Hungry) (01:29)
3. Jerry Butler and Brenda Lee Eager – Ain’t Understanding Mellow (03:59)
4. The Lost Generation – The Sly, Slick And The Wicked (06:58)
5. Lenny White – I’ll See You Soon (09:11)
6. James Brown – Popcorn With A Feeling (Instrumental) (11:50)
7. Pro Era – School High (14:46)
8. Nubian M.O.B. – Things In Smash (17:39)
9. Ohbliv – Inner Work (21:50)
10. LeVert – (Pop Pop Pop) Goes My Mind (24:04)
11. Super Cat – Boops (27:24)
12. El DeBarge – Joyful (30:08)
13. AZ – The Game Don’t Stop (33:50)
14. DJ Harrison – Santa Claus Is Coming To Town (36:29)
15. Donald Fagen – Good Stuff (38:41)
16. Gang Starr – Deadly Habitz (42:45)
17. Group Home – Tha Realness (45:02)
18. Young Buck – U Ain’t Goin Nowhere (46:51)
19. Cvees – Spread Love To Ya (49:25)
20. O.G. Style – Catch ‘Em Slippin (50:51)
21. Niko Soprano – What More Can I Say (52:45)
22. 213 – Yo’ Sassy Ways (53:51)

https://blog.discogs.com/en/discogs-mix-63-count-bass-d/

https://m.mixcloud.com/Discogs/discogs-mix-063-count-bass-d/

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