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Up At The Stretch Armstrong WKCR Radio Show - Juggaknots* - Re:release (CD, Album)

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  1. The chanted hook and the samples in the background work so well a full-length version would have been fine. There's a little freestyle track called "Up At The Stretch Armstrong WKCR Radio Show" where Breezly proves that he is a master of wordplay. This cat cannot only .
  2. Juggaknots' "Clear Blue Skies" (a.k.a "Re:Release") epitomizes bothe the good and the not-so-good aspects of underground hip-hop. The lyrics are several grades above the crap you hear on the radio, with witty turns of phrase bending and flowing every which way on every juzpcreamthencatchzenbackmulcidefenquafon.coinfos: 5.
  3. Juggaknots - Re:Release Blue Vinyl Edition - 2xLP - - Matic / juzpcreamthencatchzenbackmulcidefenquafon.coinfo A1 - Hunt Is On.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Re:release on Discogs/5(15).
  5. Let us go back in time when college radio was the shit, and this show was the most revered amongst hip-hop heads in the 90’s. Airing on friday morning from 1 to 5 AM, with Stretch’s almost impeccable djing and taste for dope music and Bobbito’s hosting and hilario sense of humor.
  6. Tony D released his solo album “Droppin’ Funky Verses” (4th & Broadway/Island) and was part of the group Crusaders for Real Hip Hop with their “De Ja Vu It’s ‘82” album (Profile Records). Stretch Armstrong & Bobbito Show w/Dj Eclipse - July 4th - WKCR. '96 Wake Up Show Anthem Siah & Yeshua DapoED - The.
  7. An extra-long week went by before Tame and El headed up to WKCR at Columbia University to show off their skills on the venerable late-night radio show. That Friday morning, in the clean white recording studio stacked with cassette tapes and inches, Stretch and Bobbito swapped jokes and stories from the previous week while Tame and El chimed in.
  8. DJ Eclipse - "It was a ritual to have to listen to every Thursday night from 1am-5am. The show started in '90 and continued with Str.

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