Last edited by P-Flipp; 12-09-2009 at 05:38 PM.
NYC classic. Dud in Chicago......JMJ
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Even though I was a Garage member, my best memory of this song is at the Clubhouse in D.C. If Larry wasn't playing, we'd form a caravan and drive down or just hop on Greyhound or Amtrak. Tito was fierce.
Used to break dance like a muther to this
All I want is the music and no one will get hurt.
P-Flipp, Strafe's from Red Hook Projects in Brooklyn(If i remember Correctly, Strafe used to rest in the same building with Kenny Carpenter, During the 70's,80's), Strafe's also mad crew with Cozmo-D from Brooklyn('Who made the plate, 'Jam On It', By Nucleus, During the
Early 80's, Eddie Chebba used to run, 'Set it off', Mad hard at Broadway International(145thst and Broadway in Harlem, During the late 70's to mid 80's), The Harlequin Four's version is very nice too(Featuring, Barbara Tucker on lead vocals in 1986(Produced by Willie Daniels).
my best memory of this was walking across the Garage floor at the same time the bass solo kicked in and I almost throw-up because of the vibration from the bass bottoms...to this day I cannot explain it.
I Am Almost Keeping It Real
At the same this guy decided to play cowboys and indians on the 2 train one december afternoon!
Everyone at Printing High loved this jam! EVERYONE!
"You can master any situation if you can master yourself."
This song does not even get played in Chicago during a DJ's Eletric Slide set anymore.
It used to, but it fell off as of that crowd.
That makes it a worst joint than Follow Me as of Chicago clubs.
Jam On It got will not clear a floor at a company Christmas party in Chicago - where as Set It Off will get a tree thrown at the DJ.
There are songs that I had & lost, there are songs that I wish I had and then there is the worst piece of wax ever - and that is it.
I don't play Follow Me anymore BUT - I did buy it.
This song is not one that received the well known Frank Sales of Imports Etc "This Record Is Hoooooooooootttttttttt".
Pure D Ga-bage!!!!!!!!!
Meanwhile out in New Jersey back in the day, I remember having to keep my mouth shut in Movin' Records when some local guys picked up a copy of the then-new "Best of Gherkin Volume 1" LP and started cracking up about how such a crappy label could possibly have a "best" compilation. I really loved and love that label and had to look away as they laughed and laughed! :-) NY and Chicago don't "mix", as all sorts of DHP music threads have shown. :-)
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monday mornings 2-4am
Fellas were going to the right side and the left side in these
P-Flipp, Bernhard Goetz, Did the very same thing, Any cat from New York, Would have done, In regards to stickup kids, trying to move on a cat for his jewels(PAP,PAP,PAP), For those who carry steel on their person, My man/LOL, P-flipp, Those are not offical Cazals in the photo, My man/LOL, Also, Back in 1984, Cats were also sportin, Bubble Goose jackets(Especially the long Bubble-Goose Joints, Which was very good for conceilng steel Purposes/LOL), And, Sheepskins(Which was the most expensive and most popular coat, During the 80's, And, Sheepskins were the most popular coat since Courtifiels, During the 70's/LOL), P-
Flipp, Cats were sportin Britsh Walkers, Mocks, Swedish Knit sweaters(Only the true oldschool cats, Were sportin Alpacka's, During the 80's/LOL), P-Flipp, Cosmo-D(Nucleus and, 'Jam on it', Fame, During the 80's), Was mad crew with Grandmaster Flowers,During the 70's/80's, Infact, Cosmo used to build on the oldschoolhiphop board, About Flowers rockin throwdowns in Brooklyn, During the 70's(Cosmo has alot of very funny stories too, My man/LOL), P-Flipp, Ray, More than a few Hiphop cats(Dj's), Used to run, 'Set it off', By Strafe, At hiphop spots likeBroadway International(Harlem), T-Connection(Bronx), Kennedy Center
(Harlem), Audobon Ballroom(Harlem), During the mid 80's, Infact, Master Don/Rip, Used to rock the break of, 'Set it off', For minutes at a time(Master Don was one of the best hiphop Dj's from New York, During the late 70's and the 80's), JMJ, Remix, How was the plate, 'Funk Box', By Master Don and The Committee,
Received in Chicago, During the 80's(Along with 'Starski live at the Fever', By Lovebug Starski in 1983 and, 'Suicide', By BusyBee Starski in 1986(Busy's rhymes were written by Mele Mel/LOL).
Last edited by Mike Barnes; 12-10-2009 at 02:22 PM.
I still dug it, still play it, too. But then I wasn't living in Chicago when I heard it. I was in the Military, hanging out with East Coast brothers. From that exposure, it grew on me. Always considered it to be a B-Boy cut, anyway.
P-Flipp, I cannot find any authentic pictures of old-school wears, like Sheepskins, British Walkers, Bubble-Goose Jackets, Cazals, Etc, My man/LOL, P-Flipp, Maybe, Jcapverde(The Resident fashion Consultant on the DHP board/LOL), Can find the pictures, For oldschool
Wears, During the 80's, My man/LOL, P-Flipp, You used to sport a pair of cazals, My man(Did you get your joints on D-St. In Mnahttan, My man/LOL), Tab, Hiphop cats used to call, 'Set it off', A club record(Which it is/LOL), My man/LOL), Tab, Mad hiphop cats, Who pop that, No connection between the Dance music and Hiphop circuits, During the
70's,80's, Had mad Dance/Club music plates in their crates(Regardless, If cats ran them in the parks and spots, Or not/LOL), Tab, Another Dance music plate, From the early 80's, That, Hiphop cats truely loved, Was, 'Over like a Fat-Rat', By Fonda Rae, Along
With, 'Funky Sensation', By Gwen McRae(The Jazzy 5, Bit the bassline for, 'Funky Sensation', In 1981/LOL), Another Dance music plate that Hiphop cats truely loved, Was, 'HeartBeat', And, 'When you Touch me', By Taana Gardner, During the early 80's, Tab, We both know, What The Treacherous 3 did with the bassline of, 'Heartbeat', Along with alot of other cats, During the 80's, My man/LOL.