Sunday, October 22, 2006

Fondle 'Em Fossils

A few performances from artists who helped make Fondle 'Em Records one of the greatest hip-hop labels ever during its brief existence.

If you are familiar with Siah and Yeshua da poED, then you know they left far too few recordings before Siah retired to apply his efforts to the disaster that is Middle East politics. Coincidentally, A Tribute to Ignorance (one of the best websites around, peep that shit) just posted three old freestyles from the pair. Here's one more, joined by J-Treds in 1996.

Siah, Yeshua, and J-Treds on KZSU

Next, J-Treds comes back to New York for a live performance at the late Wetlands club. After a couple solo joints, he is joined by Breezely Brewin, El-P, and Big Juss to form the Indelible MCs. I'm not sure of the date on this; some time between 1997 and 2001. Try to ignore Bobbito's periodic shouts.

Indelible MCs live at Wetlands

Finally, a freestyled promo for WKCR 89.9 FM recorded by Cage and Godfather Don, from some time in the mid-90s.

Cage and Godfather Don promo

1 Comments:

Blogger Beezer B said...

Soooooo!
That freestyle session is illymost. Can't believe I've had so much new Siah and Yesh meterial in the last week and a half. God bless the internet.

October 26, 2006 10:01 AM  

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