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Little Brother - The Minstrel Show FLAC album


Performer: Little Brother
Genre: Hip-hop and RAP
Title: The Minstrel Show
Country: US
Released: 2005
FLAC version ZIP size: 1883 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1462 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1189 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 598
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The Minstrel Show is the second studio album by hip hop trio Little Brother. It followed the critical success of their 2003 debut, The Listening. The album was highly anticipated and touted as a probable breakthrough for the group, even before its release. The title is a reference to the minstrel shows that were popular in the United States during the 19th century.

Thematically speaking, this album is unlike anything I have ever heard. From start to finish, Little Brother and their production crew (near) flawlessly execute their Minstrel Show satire. The "Fifth and Fashion" skit is in my personal skit hall of fame. If you are a young, (halfway) educated black person in 'merica-like myself-this skit especially will make you smile.

Four page lyric and thank you sheet organized like a TV broadcast schedule, adhering to the theme of the album. Including an explanation on the title of the record. From the "UBN" network.

Little Brother's second album, The Minstrel Show, released in September 2005, saw increased success for the group due to their raised popularity and praise for the album from critics. The album's theme compared present day rap music and the music industry to the minstrel shows of the late 19th century  . Outside of Little Brother, Phonte began a collaboration with Netherlands-based producer Nicolay as the group The Foreign Exchange, that ultimately resulted in the release of their debut album, Connected, in 2004. The Foreign Exchange released their follow-up album entitled Leave It All Behind, in October 2008.

Listen free to Little Brother – The Minstrel Show (Welcome To The Minstrel Show, Beautiful Morning and more). The Minstrel Show is the second studio album by hip hop trio, Little Brother. The title is a reference to the minstrel shows that were popular in America during the 19th century. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.

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Few groups earn a major-label contract based on their producer's merits, but when Little Brother jumped to Atlantic for their second full album, The Minstrel Show, any cynic looking for a good reason would point to the increased profile of trackmaster 9th Wonder (Jay-Z, Destiny's Child). But it wasn't just 9th Wonder that made Little Brother's first album one of the best underground rap debuts of the new millennium; rappers Phonte and Big Pooh matched a smooth Southern drawl with up-North smarts

Features Song Lyrics for Little Brother feat. YahZarah's The Minstrel Show album. Minstrel Show Closing Theme Lyrics. YahZarah Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.

Produced by 9th Wonder. Album The Minstrel Show. Welcome to the Minstrel Show Lyrics. You are watching: UBN! U Black Niggas Network, Channel 94 Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill. We'd like to welcome you to everything there is to know This is our life, this is our music, it's our Minstrel Show We'd like to welcome you to everything there is to know This is our life, this is our music, it's our Minstrel Show.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Welcome To The Minstrel Show
A2 Beautiful Morning
A3 The Becoming
A4 Not Enough
A5 Cheatin'
Producer – Piano Reeves
B1 Hiding Place
Featuring – Elzhi
B2 Slow It Down
B3 Say It Again
Backing Vocals – Chaundon, Pamela Graham
B4 5th And Fashion (Skit)
Producer – Nicolay
C1 Lovin' It
Featuring – Joe Scudda
C2 Diary Of A Mad Black Daddy (Skit)
C3 All For You
Keyboards – James PoyserStrings – James Poyser
C4 Watch Me
Producer – KhrysisScratches – DJ Jazzy Jeff
D1 Sincerely Yours
D2 Still Lives Through
D3 Minstrel Show Closing Theme
D4 We Got Now
Featuring – Chaundon

Credits

  • Engineer – Khrysis
  • Mixed By – Young Guru
  • Producer – 9th Wonder (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B3, C1 to C3, D1 to D4)
  • Vocals – Darien Brockington (tracks: A4, B2, C3,), YahZarah (tracks: A1, B4, C1, D3)

Notes

Four page lyric and thank you sheet organized like a TV broadcast schedule, adhering to the theme of the album. Including an explanation on the title of the record. From the "UBN" network.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 67167810671

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
83783-2 Little Brother The Minstrel Show ‎(CD, Album) Atlantic, ABB Records 83783-2 US 2005
ABB 1067-1 Little Brother The Minstrel Show ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, Gol) ABB Records ABB 1067-1 US 2017
STCD 301916 Little Brother The Pilot (A Sneak Preview Of The Minstrel Show) ‎(CD, Promo, Smplr) Hall Of Justus, ABB Records, Atlantic STCD 301916 US 2005
83783-2, 7567-83783-2 Little Brother The Minstrel Show ‎(CD, Album) Atlantic, ABB Records 83783-2, 7567-83783-2 Europe 2005
83783-2 Little Brother The Minstrel Show ‎(CD, Album, DVD) Atlantic, ABB Records 83783-2 US 2005

INvait
Vinyl repress now up for pre order online. Don't sleep.

Golkis
Fantastic album. An absolute classic, and a record every true hip hop fan should own.

Gaxaisvem
Easily the best LB album. It works so well. It's the sound of a team on top of their game and working together to make a first class product. Shame they could never better it. one of the greatest albums post 2000

Kecq
Too bad 9th Wonder couldn't get along with Pooh and Phonte in the end because we should have been blessed with efforts like this one for years. Bangers like "Lovin' it," "Beautiful Morning" and "Watch me" make you wonder why this group was never a household name, even by many of those that should know who they were, collectively. Phonte is one of the illest lyricist in rap music but....Thematically speaking, this album is unlike anything I have ever heard. From start to finish, Little Brother and their production crew (near) flawlessly execute their Minstrel Show satire. The "Fifth and Fashion" skit is in my personal skit hall of fame. If you are a young, (halfway) educated black person in 'merica--like myself--this skit especially will make you smile.