Sunday, 7 July 2019

Saint Phuture

Forgive Minnesota's Lucky Rosenbloom, Father. He knew not that the B-side of his only single is some Electro-Gospel TR-808 shit which sounds like the rawest early Chicago House song Trax Records never dropped. Less Master C & J, more Master J.C.

Lucky - Just Give It All To Christ
(From Keep Your Faith In God 7" single; 1985)

Hat tip to Jed for the head's up on this one. Even bigger hat tip to Freddy Fresh for the upload.


icebergsweater said...

Smooth as hell. Man I love missing link type shit like this.
Like that one Charanjit Singh album that sounds like acid house.

Step One said...

Wow. Interesting stuff. Not an easy one to find either judging by the Discogs stats, although probably obscure enough that you could find it cheap irl if the stars aligned.

Kelvin Mack10zie said...

Probably find it for a dollar in one of Minnesota's Salvation Army stores.

Asher Steinberg said...

Hey. This is the ex-rap-blogger formerly known as Tray. You may remember me from a decade ago. I was listening to the Young Nudy album, Sli'merre, and it started to dawn on me that there was something distinctly No Limit-esque about it; the rapping is somewhere between Silkk and Soulja Slim, some of the beats seem somewhere between "Playa From Around The Way" and "Tru 2 Da Game" (the title track). See "Mister" (which itself is a very No Limit song title/concept) or "Joker" or "Swisher Backwood," in particular.

Kelvin Mack10zie said...

The return of Pay Tray!