Not no Parkay, not no margerine, strictly butta, strictly butta baby.
Qool DJ Marv with guest featured DJ Big Rich a/k/a Rich Medina.
Gene Roberson on the mic.
Shout out to Rutgers, Cheney, Lincoln, Temple & Morehouse in the house.
I have had many mixes on ice because they had flaws. Static from the wires, distortion, 1 and 1/2 bad mixes...anything that disturbed me, I knew it would disturb the listener and erode their trust in my skill to be smooth and quality with the 'it.'
Early in my career I thought it important to put out dozens of flawless, or really close to flawless sets before I let people hear something less than on point. I needed to build capital with my listeners by coming through again and again so that I could eventually share these great recordings that have some technical difficulties. There's a short in the wire to the tape deck that relaxes around minute 20. It may net even bother you, but I felt like I had to put out 100 mixes before I put out one that had whoops on it.
Groove beyong 20 minutes and you'll hear a rare recording of a party featuring Big Rich who is now known as Rich Medina and Qool__Marv.
On Philly when we say 'young boys,' we pronounce it more like, "Young boas."
Prelude to wrapping our sounds around your ears.