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Various - Dollar Bill Y'All - Spring Records And The First Decade Of Hip Hop - Vinyl LP

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Side 1

01 Money (Dollar Bill Y'All) (Long Version) - Jimmy Spicer
02 King Tim III (Personality Jock) - Fatback

Side 2

01 Charley Says! (Roller Boogie Baby) - King Tim III
02 Magic's Message (There Has To Be A Better Way) - Mr Magic
03 To Whoever It May Concern - DJ Hollywood

Side 3

01 Go For What You Know - Bally Boys
02 I'm Hot - The Rangers
03 Cars (Zulu Club Mix) - Afrika & The Zulu Kings

Side 4

01 Rockin' It - MC Flex & The FBI Crew
02 Tearin' It Up - D4
03 The Beach (Long Vocal Version) - Afrika & The Zulu Kings

Brand new stock - Media: Mint: Sleeve: Mint

In 1979, Spring Records released the first hip-hop style rap record ‘King Tim III (Personality Jock)’ by The Fatback Band. The label, initially relegated it to the B-Side, allowed the Sugarhill Gang the breakthrough rap hit with ‘Rapper’s Delight’. Over the next decade, Spring kept dipping their toes in the water, but without any great conviction or mainstream success but were always there to chart hip-hop’s development.