Tuesday, 19 July 2011

Wanted dead or alive # 7 : the O.G version of Dark Days, Bright Nights



O Bubba, Bubba, wherefore art thou original independent Newtown Records version of your debut with the racially ambiguous picture on the cover (you might be Hispanic!) before you were scooped up by Timbaland and your album was re-released on his Beat Club imprint with a bunch of new joints produced by him and Organized Noize?

I tried copping this off Amazon once but the mook who sold it me just sent the Timbaland version and I've never come across it to download. The majority of the songs from the indie release actually made it to the major label version and Handle Of Beam was a bonus track on the European CD, but there's 6 lost joints in Hungry, Truth Of The Matter, Wigged Out, Run'n Wit Bubba, Godfather and Kuntry Folks on the original, with the latter being the only I've ever been able to find online :

Bubba Sparxxx ft. Duddy Ken - Kuntry Folks
(From Dark Days, Bright Nights O.G version; 2000)



As far as country-rap tunes by Bubba & Duddy Ken from the indie version go, this is way better than Takem' To The Water which did make the Timbo release's tracklist, and, as mentioned previously, rap is the only genre of music which can rehabilitate an instrument which embodies everything terrible about white ppl musik such as the acoustic guitar. I might try and compile a great rap songs which use acoustic-guitar mix CD-R with this and Deliverance by Bubba, I Got A Story To Tell by Biggie, Ayo For Yayo by Andre Nickatina, Sickness by Concentration Camp, The Payback and Vendetta Memphis Sessions mix by AZ, All Falls Down by KanYe, In Da Wind by Trick Daddy et al, Ride Down The Highway by Yelawolf, Fa My N*ggaz and Dreganomics by Mac Dre, Leather So Soft by Baby & Wayne, Right Now by Devin, Barney by Jacka and, um, that's all I can think of at the moment.

Anybody got a copy of the O.G Bubba jawn then? I'm particularly interested in hearing the track by the name of Wigged Out.

10 comments:

mister jay said...

how bout this classic acoustic country jam?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZI8cGOf0Olk

The Great Gats, B said...

For my sins, I can definitely fuck with that.

Anonymous said...

Could you upload "Handle Of Beam" please?

The Great Gats, B said...

Edited the post and included it there.

Anonymous said...

Thanks. Keep up the good work.

done said...

'93 by mr Hicks would be on my list too.

Damn, I was hoping you'd have more luck than me. Digested the Beat Club one fully now, Paul's Boutique is probably still the album but I'm starting to think Bubba might be the GOAT paleface. Could be tapping into their working class hick roots is the way for these dudes to stop failing so bad, least it'd be preferable to the Anticon method of deserting any notion of a black audience Dom P described that time.

Speaking of which, seeing him use "saltine" in print the other day was pretty cool.

The Great Gats, B said...

Let's take saltine global.

brytburken said...

and uhm why not Cormegas Verbal Grafitti or DIamond D's flip of the doors for Fugees or why not this country rework of Soulja Boy/Gucci Mane

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4tM8drBJFk

The Great Gats, B said...

Best song ever!

Unknown said...

i actually have all the songs u mentioned here

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