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Happy Valentines Day 2014

Bernnie Federko

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This goes out to all corners of the land

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Bernnie Federko

TRIBE Member
Chamber number 9, verse 32 is what we call The Stomp

Straight up and down, I get dirty to the ground

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Sing the song, sing along with me
Sing the song, sing the song with me

When I'm with you baby, tell me why, tell me so
I ask you to go high, you tell me to go low
So I go low, (slurp), taste the shit
(Slurp), taste it again, I like it
(Rrr) I'm the original G-O-D
Making young ladies scream's my specialty
When I go DUN DUN DUN DUH, girls get hype
From the funky fresh music that was stereotyped
When I kill, that ol' mad funky flow
Not sayin Ason, duck duck disco
Or disco duck, strictly hip hop
Baby baby, I can't stop
Wu, gots ta like come on through
Soo, that's the call for the Wu
I came here to rectify
BROOKLYN ZOO, terrify
Why, niggas wanna get up and rap and rap and rap
Man, fuck that
Shit, that I make it's the skit
I wanna see ya hands in the air, can ya dig it
Let's sing the song
Come on party people, all in together now, sing along

Have you ever ever ever
In your long legged life
Had a bald headed bitch
For your bald headed wife

Gimme dat

Who's the baddest motherfucka in the Brooklyn town
And also representer of the Wu-Tang sound
If you wanna get up and get fucked up
Last nigga got up and got shot up
But you's a gangsta, on the boards I'll bang ya
Mess with the Wu-Tanger, I'll hang ya
You'll get shanked and spanked and alley-ooped
I admire true niggas like Dre and Snoop
Chamber number 9, verse 32
Only speaks about BROOKLYN ZOO
That a true nigga shall come through
No-one is available to be compatible

This is chamber number 9, verse 32
Is what we call The Stomp

(Stomp)
The stomp is down (Stomp)
Get down for your crown (Stomp)
Stomp (Stomp)



Brothas always playin with the microphone
When it blows up in your face, (BOOM) you leave it alone
You couldn't touch, this style is too much
It's the rhymer, I don't give a crippled crab crutch
(Grruh) Any nigga or niggerette
Get burned to the brimecell like a cigarette
Straight up and down, I don't play around
Rhymin gets me paid madd bread by the pound
Shout out to my crew, tight as a belt y'all
Go by the name Big A, from the shelter
 
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Bernnie Federko

TRIBE Member
Greg Wilson: Valentine's Playlist

Legendary DJ gets loved up...
ROBIN MURRAY / FEATURES / 11 · 02 · 2014

To write music you must be inspired, and nothing inspires quite like love.

From the sudden rush of attraction to the searing pain of heartbreak, it seems as though pop culture has every facet, every angle covered.

Yet often it's the same old tracks, the tired old favourites which get pulled out. Getting ever-so-slightly bored of this routine, Clash decided to ask expert crate-digger and all-round vibes-giver Greg Wilson to choose ten essential tracks for Valentine's Day.

Tune in below, or nominate your favourites via Twitter.

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Buddy Holly - 'True Love Ways' (1960)
Recorded in October '58, just a few months before Buddy Holly's untimely death, this was a posthumous release. Written as a wedding gift for his wife, Maria, the vocal performance has a special intimacy, which sounds like he's singing in the same room, rather than out of the speakers.

The Temptations - 'Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)' (1971)
One of the great songs of unrequited love. Eddie Kendricks, about to embark on a solo career, delivers a memorable vocal performance, the lyric outlining a make-believe love affair that concludes with the punch line 'but in reality, she doesn't even know me'. Topped off, of course, by a superb Norman Whitfield production.

Aretha Franklin - 'I Say A Little Prayer' (1967)
One of the Queen Of Soul's most enduring recordings, 'I Say A Little Prayer', written by the legendary songwriting partnership, Burt Bacharach & Hal David, became her biggest UK hit of the 60's. Originally a major success for Dionne Warwick, Franklin's version, originally intended as a b-side, took the song to a whole other level.

The Beatles - 'Girl' (1965)
From 'Rubber Soul', John Lennon's beautifully melancholy ode to the fantasy girl he hadn't yet met. He would later say that his search ended when he began his relationship with Yoko Ono, who he met for the first time almost exactly a year on from the song's recording (their affair began in May '68).

Led Zeppelin - 'Whole Lotta Love' (1969)
Love as raw passion, the unmistakable voice of Robert Plant belting out this seminal song and well and truly getting 'way down inside'. Zeppelin took their inspiration from the Blues and helped instigate a new strain of music, Heavy Metal. To my ears, one of the greatest Rock records ever.

The Flamingos - 'I Only Have Eyes For You' (1959)
The song originally appeared in the 1934 Busby Berkeley extravaganza, 'Dames', and would top the UK chart for Art Garfunkel in 1975. However, the definitive version, one of the most celebrated Do Wop recordings, is this exquisite, somewhat ethereal interpretation. A true masterclass in vocal harmony.

Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell - 'You're All I Need To Get By' (1968)
Tammi Terrell was described by Marvin Gaye as his 'perfect partner', and some believe their relationship went further than the recording studios, although neither of them confirmed this. Her tragic death in 1970 devastated Gaye, who became deeply introspective as a consequence, inspiring the recording of his greatest work, the 1971 album, 'What's Going On'.

Otis Redding - 'I've Been Loving You For Too Long' (1965)
Nobody quite wore his heart on his sleeve like Otis did, oozing Soul from every pore of his being. Male angst personified, the song a plea to keep the flame flickering on a fading all too familiar love affair. His masterful rendition of the song at California's seminal Monterey Pop Festival in the summer of '67 ranks amongst the great live performances.

Roberta Flack - 'The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face' (1969)
This wonderfully emotive Ewan McCall song was written in 1957, but is best known for Roberta Flack's sublime interpretation, which topped the US chart 15 years later, having originally appeared as an album track three years beforehand. Its belated success was down to the songs inclusion in the 1971 hit movie 'Play Misty For Me'.

Nat King Cole - 'Nature Boy' (1948)
Not a traditional love song, but a eulogy to California's proto-hippies, the 'Nature Boys', especially Robert 'Gypsy Boots' Bootzin, a pioneer of healthy lifestyles in the US who invented the 'smoothie' fruit drink, whilst helping popularise yoga and the growing of organic foods. The song contains what is, for me, one of the most poignant lines in popular music – 'the greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return'. It would become a signature recording for the great Nat King Cole.

Greg Wilson: Valentine's Playlist | Features | Clash Magazine
 
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acheron

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not the Valentine's card but the steak is a legit product that we sold through IGA a number of years ago. It pops up now and then in other grocery chains or butchershops when a butcher gets adventurous. All it is is an outside round steak that's been cut in half (mostly) and then unfolded. So romantic!
 

alexd

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not the Valentine's card but the steak is a legit product that we sold through IGA a number of years ago. It pops up now and then in other grocery chains or butchershops when a butcher gets adventurous. All it is is an outside round steak that's been cut in half (mostly) and then unfolded. So romantic!
If they were hard core they would have a picture of an actual beef heart.
 
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I_bRAD

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not the Valentine's card but the steak is a legit product that we sold through IGA a number of years ago. It pops up now and then in other grocery chains or butchershops when a butcher gets adventurous. All it is is an outside round steak that's been cut in half (mostly) and then unfolded. So romantic!
Nothing says "I love you" better than a butterflied rump!
 

acheron

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my local IGA turned into a Foodland years ago
Yep they're mostly Foodlands now. Sobeys didn't want to keep paying license fees to the American parent company. There are a few IGAs left in Ontario but they are all independent franchise operators.
 
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