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Jungle Brothers - J. Beez Wit The Remedy mp3

Performer: Jungle Brothers
Title: J. Beez Wit The Remedy
Country: Australasia
Catalog Number: 7599266792
Label: Warner Bros. Records
Released: 1993
Style: Experimental, Conscious
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 497

Tracklist

1Good Lookin Out3:32
2Good Ole Hype Shit3:31
3All I Think About Is You
Producer [Additional Production] – Robert Power
4:10
4Spark A New Flame
Producer [Additional Production] – Robert Power
4:24
5Blahbludify2:33
6Book Of Rhyme Pages
Producer [Additional Production] – Robert PowerWritten By – B. James
4:44
7I'm In Love With Indica4:14
8Spittin Wicked Randomness3:31
9Man Made Material
Producer [Additional Production] – Robert Power
3:11
10Simple As That
Producer [Additional Production] – Robert Power
3:52
11My Jimmy Weighs A Ton
Producer [Additional Production] – Robert Power
3:37
1240 Below Trooper
Producer [Additional Production] – Robert PowerWritten By – C. Bob
3:57
13For The Headz At Company Z3:07
14JB's Comin Through1:56

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
9 26679-2Jungle Brothers J. Beez Wit The Remedy ‎(CD, Album)Warner Bros. Records9 26679-2US1993
7599-26679-1Jungle Brothers J. Beez Wit The Remedy ‎(CD, Album)Warner Bros. Records7599-26679-1Germany1993
9 26679-4Jungle Brothers J. Beez Wit The Remedy ‎(Cass, Album)Warner Bros. Records9 26679-4US1993
7599-26679-1Jungle Brothers J. Beez Wit The Remedy ‎(LP, Album)Warner Bros. Records7599-26679-1Germany1993
WPCP-5526Jungle Brothers J. Beez Wit The Remedy ‎(CD, Album)Warner Bros. RecordsWPCP-5526Japan1993

Credits

  • Art DirectionJeff Gold
  • Art Direction, DesignDeborah Norcross
  • EngineerDoug De Angelis, Oz Fritz
  • Mixed ByBob Power
  • Photography ByEnrique Badulescu
  • Producer, Mixed ByJungle Brothers
  • Written-ByM. Small, N. Hall

Notes

Mixed by at Unique Studios, NYC.
Recorded at Platinum Island, NYC & Greenpoint Studios, NYC.

Track A1: contains a sample of "Big Beat" written & performed by Billy Squier.
Track A2: contains a following samples:
"My Adidas" written & performed by J. Simmons & D. McDaniels.
Track A3: contains a following samples:
"I've Got To Keep On Loving You" performed by The Moments.
"Jimbrowski" performed by Jungle Brothers
written by M. Small & N. Hall.
"Jimmy" performed by KRS-1
written by L. Parker.
"La Di Da Di" performed by Slick Rick & Dougie Fresh
written by R. Walters & D. Davis.
"Miuzi Weighs A Ton" performed by Public Enemy
written by H. Shocklee & C. Ridenhour.
Track A4: contains a sample of "I Think I'd Do It" performed by Z.Z. Hill.
Track A7: contains a following samples:
"Dirt" performed by The Stooges
written by J. Osterberg / D. Alexander / R. Asheton / S. Asheton.
"Supermarket Blues" performed by Eugene McDaniels
written by E. McDaniels.
Track B1: contains a sample of "9 'Till 5" perfomed by The Meters
written by G. Porter / L. Nocentelli / J. Modeliste / C. Neville.
Track B2: contains a sample of "Down On The Avenue" performed by Fat Larry's Band
written by C. Kelly / M. Laids / C. James.

℗ & © 1993 Warner Bros. Records
Manufactured and distributed by Warner Music Australasia.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 0 7599-26679-2 0
  • Matrix / Runout: 1 26679-2 SRC01

Companies

  • Distributed By – Warner Music Australasia
  • Manufactured By – Warner Music Australasia
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
  • Made By – Digital Audio Technologies Australia
  • Glass Mastered At – Specialty Records Corporation

Video

Album

Beez Wit the Remedy is the third album by the Jungle Brothers, released during June 22, 1993 see 1993 in music on Warner Bros. The album was the result of much label trouble, where Warner Bros. constantly rejected the group's offerings. The album in gestation was originally titled Crazy Wisdom Masters and features some considerably experimental hip-hop for the time, as well as production from Bill Laswell. Though the final album is considerably more conventional, experimental tracks are. Songs in album Jungle Brothers - J. Beez Wit The Remedy 1993. Jungle Brothers - 40 Below Trooper. Jungle Brothers - Book Of Rhyme Pages. Jungle Brothers - My Jimmy Weighs A Ton. Jungle Brothers - Good Ole Hype Shit. Jungle Brothers - Blahbludify. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Beez Wit the Remedy. Beez Wit The Remedy album mixed a handful of the odd soundscapes with some more conventional songs, which were still more dense and sample-heavy than their past productions. The album unfortunately performed very poorly, and the group returned to a more conventional style in later releases. JBeez Wit The Remedy Q&A. Veja créditos, avaliações e faixas e compre a edição de 1993 CD de J. Jimbrowski performed by Jungle Brothers written by M. Small & N. Jimmy performed by KRS-1 written by L. La Di Da Di performed by Slick Rick & Dougie Fresh written by R. Walters & D. Miuzi Weighs A Ton performed by Public Enemy written by H. Shocklee & C. Track A4: contains a sample of I Think I'd Do It performed by Z. Beez Wit The Remedy Cass, Album. Warner Bros. Beez Wit the Remedy is an incredibly interesting mosiac of samples, ryhmes, and styles. This record was originally produced by Bill Laswell, however the initial recordings were so experimental and off-kilter that Warner Brothers felt the need to re-record some of the tracks. I have heard some of the unreleased recordings on the 10 'Crazy Wisdom Masters' which is totally sick, but this final version of the record is still amazing. Listen full album. View all Jungle Brothers albums. Beez Wit The Remedy. Jungle Brothers. 14 tracks. Released in . Beez Wit the Remedy 1993. Album by Jungle Brothers. My Jimmy Weighs a Ton. Spinning Wheel by Wade Marcus 1971. was sampled in. I Dedicate This to You by Apathy feat. Tosha Makia 2011. was remixed in. Critic Score. User Score. New Album Releases. Phoebe Bridgers. Bob Dylan. Rough and Rowdy Ways. Listen free to Jungle Brothers J. Beez Wit The Remedy 40 Below Trooper, Book of Rhyme Pages and more. 14 tracks 50:18. They began performing in the mid-1980s and released their first album, Straight Out the Jungle, in 1988. With Afrocentric lyrics and innova read more

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