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News about a brand new Quasimoto album made a number of fans anxious to discover a track listing. Unfortunately, Yessir Whatever (Stones Throw) is a 12-song compilation featuring tracks recorded over the last decade or so and a few unreleased chunks, but does it make it worthy of a purchase? Sure, but it also depends on a few things.
For me, Quasimoto is perfect in a standard album format, where he will deliver a barrage of songs that arguably fit a certain frame of mind. The Further Adventures Of Lord Quas is one of the best hip-hop albums ever made and on it, Madlib shows off a mere slice of his talents as a producer, rapper, and master of the alter-ego. The songs here are still stony-rhymes, and with some tracks you can almost imagine how they would fit on previous projects, missing pieces of the grandiose puzzle. If you must, consider these tracks like pieces of a mix tape, not meant to be properly structured but placed here just to be here. The loose vibe is decent, but if you’ve put faith in the Quasimoto character and what he represents as a marijuana smoking, vinyl loving loon, then this holds back from pure genius. If this is just a temporary intermission before Quas returns to Earth before delivering another long playing gem, then listen to Yessir Whatever as such. I am sure there could have been much more on this than 12 songs (or the two extra songs that are on the bonus 45 included in the LP version), but I’m sure Madlib will have about five or 12 more outlets to spring out before we’d have to worry again.
(You may pre-order the vinyl, CD, or MP3′s for Yessir Whatever directly from Stones Throw Records by clicking here.)
This video may look like the perfect welcoming in for spring, but when you live in California, this can often be an everyday experience: your convertible top down, hanging out at corner stores, and people looking in a trunk of a car only for them to run to you because they need a ride back home, or money. This is what Med and Blu did with Madlib, and when they bring in Jimetta Rose to handle background vocals, it reaches a level of excellence that I like, if not prefer. Word to Reseda.
The song is taken from their EP on Bang Ya Head called The Burgundy.
BURNTmd will be releasing a new mixtape called The Green Invasion, the cover of which you see above, and this song comes with gifts, given to people as gifts.
“GTDMIB: PhilMadBurnt Anthem” is from a track that was not used from the incredible In Search Of Stoney Jackson album made by Strong Arm Steady and Madlib. In other words, it’s an unused Madlib gem that gets a renewal, but this is not the only thing that’ll made Madlib fans crazy. This BURNTmd mix tape is said to feature yet another unreleased morsel, this one blessed with help from Snoop Dogg. Nuts.
For this track, BURNTmd mutuates (?!?) with Phil The Agony and DJ Grazzhoppa for a damn good song that sparks 2012 properly, with hopes of so much more from everyone involved.
Let me repeat this for emphasis: a new track by Georgia Anne Muldrow produced by Madlib. This is 5 minutes of soulful heaven. Inhale, and keep it in there. Keep it in. Don’t choke. Keep it… keep it. Okay, now exhale.
I hope Quasimoto made a visit in another mix of this song, because that guy has been flying around in unknown quadrants as of late. So to whoever is responsible for this, now that we have “Seeds”, let’s have some “Stems”. I wouldn’t mind a “Roach” or “Crutch” too.
Yesterday there was a lot of talk about the new collaboration between Freddie Gibbs and Madlib, and it was the Madlib equation that got me interested. More Madlib? Damn, this guy doesn’t quit, and I can’t afford to buy everything he releases, as much as I’d like to. But we can listen to this track for free, and you can opt to buy the Thuggin’ EP directly from Stones Throw.
Musician Brittni Paiva has been hard at work in 2011, with a documentary being made about her and her music, and love of the ‘ukulele (the DVD for the documentary can be pre-ordered from her website). She recently put together a music video in support of her album Four Strings: The Fire Within, a two-for-one special of her two “Fusion” songs.
Paiva recently announced she will be going into the studio very soon to work on an album with legendary jazz saxophonist Tom Scott. He has been recording and playing music for over 40 years, being involved in songs that since become major staples in hip-hop’s sampled history, including his version of Jefferson Airplane‘s “Today” and the highly used “Sneakin’ In The Back”. Scott’s style of music in the last 30 years has been on a smoother route, so don’t expect any funky grooves on Paiva’s new album but then again, if someone can get Madlib in the studio to do a remix, you never know.
The good people of Mochilla have uploaded another segment of their 10 Year Anniversary mix, and there’s a lot of goodies on this one. Here’s the track listing:
1. King Ruly & Toy Selectah! – Bumpin Time! (Sistema Local Mexmix Version)- Keepintime
2. DJ Shadow – Roy’s Theme – Keepintime
3. Clutchy Hopkins – Thanks Mochilla – Timeless
4. King Britt – The Radcliff Remix – Timeless
5. Nobody – Song For Sophia – You Can Know Her – Keepintime
6. Suite for Ma Dukes – Morning Order – Timeless
7. Quantic – Cumbia de Mochilla – Mochilla
8. J.Rocc – Dirty Fingered B-Boy Edit – Keepintime
9. Arthur Verocai – Karina – Timeless
10. Te’Amir – Yekermo Sew Remix – Timeless
11. Mulatu Astatke – Yekermo Sew – Timeless
12. Black Spade – Fall in Love Remix – Timeless
13. Suite for MaDukes EP – Fall in Love – Timeless
14. DJ Nuts – From SP On My 303 – Keepintime
15. Suite for Ma Dukes – Angel – Timeless
16. Jackson Conti – Sunset at Sujinho – Brasilintime
17. Suite for MaDukes – Antiquity – Timeless
18. Oh No – A Remix in 3 Parts – Keepintime
19. Jackson Conti – Papaya – Brasilintime
20. Suite for Ma Dukes – Stakes Is High – Timeless
In my next life (and yes I do plan on coming back), I want to either have enough money to afford buying everything Madlib ever releases, or to be able to go back in time to run Stones Throw so I know how it feels to give a fat man in Washington State regular heart attacks with my output.
I say this in kindness, for the label have come out with the next installment in Madlib‘s Medicine Show series, #11 of 12. This one is subtitled Low Budget Hi-Fi Music, and it will be released early in the new year. Head to the Stones Throw page for the album and you’ll see other photos of the production of the silk-screened cover being produced for this. I love the description for the music on this one:
Low Budget High Fi also contains several Loop Digga instrumentals and of course interludes, outerludes and probably quaaludes.
C’mon, this thing has ludes. Not only that, but this 2LP set will come with a bonus LP of instrumentals, so you’re going to get a 3 record set. Yes, yes and… oh no, Elizabeth, I’m comin’ to join you again and I’ll see you again next week Thursday, with ludes.
In Stones Throw Records‘ continued methods of giving me a heart attack, Madlib and his gang of unknowns are collaborating with knows to come up with Volume 7 of his Medicine Show series of albums, with this installment scheduled for release on July 27th. Vinyl junkies will love the 3LP version of this album, subtitled High Jazz, for the third record will feature an additional half hour of music that is exclusive to the format.
For this album, Madlib provides a few more combinations to his musical Rubik’s Cube, including The Big Black Foot Band, Jahari Masamba Unit (featuring drummer Karriem Riggins), and RMC, which unites the talents of Madlib, Riggins, and longtime Roots collaborator James Poyser. The CD version features an homage to a well known Cannonball Adderley album, and like anything Madlib comes up with, this is indeed “something else”. Madlib Medicine Show No. 7: High Jazz can be ordered on vinyl and CD by heading over to Stones Throw.
The adventures of Madlib continues with volume five of the Madlib Medicine Show, subtitled No. 5 – History Of The Loop Digga, 1990-2000. The vinyl version will be pressed up as a 3-record set, each one coming in its own silk-screened sleeve. While the CD version will have a full 34 tracks, the vinyl will have the 34 plus an additional ten songs on a bonus record. Madlib has been nuts with the releases this year, and we have seven months to go.
Madlib Medicine Show No. 5: The History of the Loop Digga, 1990-2000 will be released by Stones Throw on May 25th, pre-orders can be had by going here.
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Discovered this book review blog when someone had posted a review of a music book. Went through it and saw a number of books I immediately put on my want list. Created by Maria Popova and features a number of contributors.
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The show is no more, but you may explore the archives of this great Portland-based podcast while you can. You may now listen to Cort & Bobby in Welcome To That Whole Thing, listed below.