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8 thoughts on “ Return Of The Mecca - Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth - Mecca And The Soul Brother (Cassette, Album)

  1. Maukazahn says:
    Jun 16,  · Pete Rock - Mecca And The Soul Brother Instrumentals () 01 - Return Of The Mecca (Instrumental) 02 - For Pete's Sake (In.
  2. Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth is a rap group from the s. Hailing from "Money Earnin'" Mount Vernon, New York, this DJ-MC duo first made noise in the rap world on the EP, All Souled gavinarakeleronmalofym.xyzinfo sold moderately well enough to justify Elektra Records clearing the way for 's Mecca & the Soul Brother LP. As a producer, DJ Pete Rock (Peter Phillips) tended to prefer obscure soul and jazz sides for.
  3. Fenrisho says:
    Mecca And The Soul Brother from is considered by fans and critics as one of the finesthip hop albums of the early 90s. Songs like "Lots of Lovin"and"They Reminisce Over You (T.R.O.Y.)" have everything: funky basslines and lots of gavinarakeleronmalofym.xyzinfoer Pete Rock built his beats from obscure R&B, funk and jazz records and CL Smooth added his sometimes philosophical raps.
  4. Return of the Mecca Lyrics: To know the truth is to know the self / To know the self is to know the Mecca / Mecca's not a state of mind or a place / Mecca is a way of life / It is the answer to.
  5. It's this obsession with funky horn breaks that sets Pete Rock and C.L. Smooth apart from regular hip-hop bassheads. With its crucial James Brown breaks layered between trumpet and sax loops, coupled with the laid-back vocals of Smooth and Rock, Mecca and the Soul Brother --their first full-length--struts back and forth on that line between rap and soul/5().
  6. Daizahn says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Mecca And The Soul Brother (Instrumentals) on Discogs. Label: Elektra Entertainment - • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Unofficial Release • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Hip Hop, Jazz • Style: Conscious, Instrumental/5(7).
  7. It would have been hard to match the artistic success of their debut EP on a full-length recording, but Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth did just that on Mecca and the Soul Brother, and they did so in the most unlikely way of all after the succinctness of All Souled Out -- by coming up with a sprawling, nearly minute-long album on which not a single song or interlude is a throwaway or a superfluous piece.
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