"Gangster Party" was recorded at 1629 Chestnut Street Oakland CA where I lived with Joe. I miss it, we had a horseshoe pit. A few months later I moved to the Huffin House, where I lived for 3 months before I moved to New York. While I was there I recorded Live At The Huffin House 2005 which comes out on Hoppin Records on June 15 available iTunes store Amazon and everywhere else on line.
“No baseball fan has to explain his mania to any other baseball fan. They are a fraternity. It is less easy, often it is hopeless, to try to explain it to anyone else. You grow technical, and you do not make sense. You grow sentimental, and you are deemed soft in the head. How, the benighted outsider ask you with no little condescension, can you grow sentimental about a cold-blooded professional sport?”—
This is an old file I dug up by accident it is some kind of harmonium and then I rap Notorious B.I.G.’s verse from the Tupac V Notorious battle from Madison Square Garden. This file dates from 2003-2006. Check it out I rap.
In the lab working on Shutdown Corner 2 - this is an old song I used to play with Parachini at 119 Ingraham which now has a bar inside it where we used to read poetry and jam on organs. The track is “Hustler”, here is a sample.