Arrested Development ‎– 3 Years, 5 Months And 2 Days In The Life Of... - 1992 Conscious Jazzy Afro Hip Hop - White Vinyl 180 Grm LP

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Arrested Development ‎– 3 Years, 5 Months And 2 Days In The Life Of...

Label:
Music On Vinyl ‎– MOVLP890
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, Reissue, 180 Gram, White
Country:
Netherlands
Released:
31 Mar 2017
Genre:
Hip Hop
Style:

Tracklist

A1 Man's Final Frontier 2:38
A2 Mama's Always On Stage 3:25
Performer [Snatch It Back And Hold It] – Buddy Guy, Junior Wells, Vocals – Sister Paulette
A3 People Every Day 3:26
Vocals – Sister Paulette
A4 Blues Happy 0:46
A5 Mr. Wendal 4:06
A6 Children Play With Earth 2:38
A7 Raining Revolution 3:55
A8 Fishin' 4 Religion 4:06
Vocals – Dionne Farris

 

B1 Give A Man A Fish 4:22
Performer [When It Comes Down To It] – Minnie Riperton, Vocals – Dionne Farris
B2 U 4:59
Performer [Mighty Quinn] – Ramsey Lewis, Saxophone – Larry Jackson, Vocals – Dionne Farris
B3 Eve Of Reality 1:53
B4 Natural 4:18
Performer [Sunshine] – Earth, Wind & Fire
B5 Dawn Of The Dreads 5:17
B6 Tennessee 4:32
Vocals – Dionne Farris
B7 Washed Away 6:22
Vocals – Cinque (Terrance Mason)

 

 

 


Notes

25th Year Anniversary Edition
Limited Edition Of 2000 Copies In White Vinyl
180 gram audiophile vinyl
Insert

Made in the EU.

 

"With their feel-good humanism, uniquely rural perspective, and melodic blend of funk and rap, Arrested Development seemed like the next big thing in 1992. The group hailed from Atlanta, which was not then a capital of hip-hop and R&B, and this, their debut recording, won the New York Village Voice's Pazz & Jop critics poll. Speech, the primary lyricist, wrote and delivered eloquent attacks on gangsta rap's mindless nihilism: the band's first hit, "Tennessee", spoke of reclaiming Southern black traditions from the racism that sullied their memory, while their second, "People Everyday", deftly updated the Sly Stone classic. Although Speech's rapping style was not distinctive, Dionne Farris's keening vocals highlighted the band's front line. Unfortunately, Speech began to run short of ideas and the band failed to maintain the high standards that this debut set. They disbanded a few years later". - ( Martin Johnson)

More Information
Condition New
Format LP, 180 Gram
Label Music On Vinyl
Color Black