Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth - Mecca And The Soul Brother FLAC album
Genre: Hip-hop and RAP
Title: Mecca And The Soul Brother
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Mecca and the Soul Brother is the 1992 debut album from the Mount Vernon, New York hip-hop duo, Pete Rock & CL Smooth. The album contains their best known song, "They Reminisce Over You (. Mecca and the Soul Brother has been widely acclaimed as one of the greatest hip hop albums of all time. The album was mostly produced by Pete Rock and executive produced by DJ Eddie F of Heavy D & the Boyz (co-group member with Trouble T-Roy).
Pete Rock & CL Smooth Mecca & The Soul Brother – 25th Anniversary Mixtape mixed by Chris Rea. :13. PETE ROCK AND CL SMOOTH 1992 mecca and soul brother – Track 6. 6:01. Smooth – Mecca & the Soul Brothers. Smooth – Soul Brother 1.
The 1992 released album by the Mount Vernon duo, reached a lot of esteem despite not getting commercial success, having albums like The Chronic realeased at the time. The first single They Reminisce Over You a dedication to their deceased friend; Trouble T Roy, has gone on to become not only their signature hit, but also one of hip hop’s most highly regarded songs. Mecca And The Soul Brother Q&A.
Tracklist: 1. Return Of The Mecca, 2. For Pete’s Sake, 3. Ghettos Of The Mind, 4. Lots Of Lovin, 5. Act Like You Know, 6. Straighten It Out, 7. Soul Brother 8. Wig Out, 9. Anger In The Nation, 10. They Reminisce Over You (. 11. On And On, 12. It’s Like That, 13. Can’t Front On Me, 14. The Basement, 15. If It Ain’t Rough, It Ain’t Right, 16. Skinz. 1. Return Of The Mecca. 3. Ghettos Of The Mind. 5. Act Like You Know. 6. Straighten It Out. 7. Soul Brother . 8. Wig Out. 9. Anger In The Nation. 10. On And On. 12. It’s Like That. 13. Can’t Front On Me. 14. The Basement. 15. If It Ain’t Rough, It Ain’t Right. More albums from Pete Rock & .
Smooth and Pete Rock’s debut thumps hard with the bass turned up to 10, as d horn samples blast from one stereo speaker to the other. While Pete crafts jazzy boom-bap beats that reflect the tumult of New York City streets, . rhymes about how to survive them on tracks like Ghettos of the Mind. On They Reminisce Over You (. opens up about his childhood over a chiming saxophone sample, providing one of hip-hop’s most stunning moments. Mecca and the Soul Brother Pete Rock.
Soul Brother Wig Out. Altri album di Pete Rock & . The Best of Pete Rock & . Shine on Me!, Climax. only publishes for promotional use and/or for press use images, as delivered and/or authorized by record labels, press offices, promotional agencies; only resorts to degraded images as part of its information feed.
Though I've never heard a Pete Rock song I didn't like, almost each of the 16 tracks on "Mecca And The Soul Brother" is simply oustanding. Songs like "Straighten it out", "Soul Brother and "It's like that" have everything that I'm missing so desperately in most recent Rap acts: deep basslines, beefy old school beats, convincing lyrics and a lot of soul
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|1||Return Of The Mecca||5:42|
|2||For Pete's Sake
Lyrics By [Pete Rock's Verse By] – Maxwell Dixon, Peter Phillips*
|3||Ghettos Of The Mind||5:01|
|4||Lots Of Lovin
Backing Vocals – Tabitha Brace, Terri RobinsonProducer, Music By, Keyboards – Nevelle Hodge
|5||Act Like You Know
Co-producer – Large Professor
|6||Straighten It Out||4:12|
|7||Soul Brother #1
Lyrics By – Maxwell Dixon
|9||Anger In The Nation
Lyrics By – ADOFO ABDULLAH MUHAMMAD
|10||They Reminisce Over You (T.R.O.Y.)||4:44|
|11||On And On||5:10|
|12||It's Like That||3:55|
|13||Can't Front On Me||4:18|
Lead Vocals – Pete RockLyrics By – Dida*, Heavy D.*, Peter Phillips*, Rob-O*Rap [Featuring] – Dida*, Grap*, Heavy D.*, Rob-O*
|15||If It Ain't Rough, It Ain't Right||5:04|
Lead Vocals – Pete RockLyrics By – Maxwell DixonRap [Featuring] – Grand Puba
- Co-producer – CL Smooth*
- Coordinator [Creative Co-ordinator] – Tim "Dawg" Patterson*
- Coordinator [Production Co-ordinator] – Kimberly Lumpkin*
- Executive-Producer – Mr. Dante Ross*, Edward Ferrell (DJ Eddie F.)*
- Lead Vocals – CL Smooth* (tracks: 1 to 16)
- Lyrics By – Corey Penn (tracks: 1 to 6, 8 to 16)
- Mastered By – Herb Powers*
- Music By – Peter Phillips* (tracks: 1 to 16)
- Other [Stylist] – "Barenaked Tim Dawg", Chris Gonzalez
- Photography By – Mark Seliger
- Producer – DJ Pete Rock*
- Recorded By [Assistant], Engineer [Assistant] – Djinji Brown (tracks: 1, 3, 6 to 9, 12, 14 to 16), Josh Wertheimer (tracks: 11), Luke Allen* (tracks: 13), Octavio Arizala (tracks: 4), Sam Ewen* (tracks: 2)
- Recorded By, Engineer – Charlie Dos Santos* (tracks: 8), Chris Champion (tracks: 2, 5, 11, 12, 15), Jamey Staub* (tracks: 1, 3, 6, 7, 9, 10, 13, 14, 16), Rod Hui (tracks: 4)
NotesRecorded at Green Street Studios, NYC.
Mastered at The Hit Factory, NYC.
℗ 1992 Elektra Entertainment.
Made in Germany by Warner Music Manufacturing Europe
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 7559-60948-2 5
- Matrix / Runout: CD 755960948-2.2 V01
- Rights Society: GEMA/BIEM
- Label Code: LC 0192
- Other (Distribution Code): EW 835
|9 60948-2||Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth||Mecca And The Soul Brother (CD, Album)||Elektra||9 60948-2||US||1992|
|60948-1||Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth||Mecca And The Soul Brother (2xLP, Album, Promo)||Elektra||60948-1||US||1992|
|E4 60948, 60948-4||Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth||Mecca And The Soul Brother (Cass, Album, Club)||Elektra, Elektra||E4 60948, 60948-4||US||1992|
|R 52792||Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth||Mecca And The Soul Brother (2xLP, Album, W/Lbl)||Not On Label (Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth)||R 52792||UK||1992|
|9 60948-2||Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth||Mecca And The Soul Brother (CD, Album)||Elektra||9 60948-2||US||Unknown|