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NY based DJ Bazooka Joe curates the finest classic & current hip hop, reggae & more with creatively themed mixes every month focusing on rare material, forgotten album cuts, remixes and b-sides. Episodes released bi-monthly
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Episode #35….An all vinyl mix of some of recent 12’s I picked up and select album cuts spanning from 89’ to 99’,featuring joints from Edan/ Insight, Deda Baby Pa, Smooth Ice, Style, Jesse West, Phaze N Rhythm, Gab Gotcha, Grap Luva, Leaders of the New School, Barber Shop, Knucklehedz, Urban Thermo Dynamics, Rumpletilskinz, Live Squad, Powerule, Das…
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Episode 34: The juices are flowing again on many levels…DJ gigs coming back, people moving & shaking again - after a healthy mental break from all things music it feels like I’m starting over with this podcast stuff so here we go Season 2…back to the new music/new energy, no throwback business here…the names might be familiar but the music is fresh…
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Another throwback from the Truck Jewls archives, this was the 2nd Mix CD after making the transition from tapes. After having no luck trying to digitize my master and eventually buying a used copy off Discogs it turns out the blank CD’s during this batch were faulty and didn’t stand the test of time so if you have this one it probably won’t read in…
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01 - 2pac - Definition of a Thug Nigga (Poetic Justice) 02 - Naughty By Nature - Nothing To Lose (Nothing To Lose) 03 - MC Ren - Mayday on the Frontline (CB4) 04 - Spice 1 - Born II Die (Tales From The Hood) 05 - Onyx - Thangz Changed (Sunset Park) 06 - Suga - What’s Up Star? (The Show) 07 - LL Cool J - Candyman (Jason’s Lyric) 08 - Outkast - Benz …
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The soundtrack has always been a big tool of mine as a DJ to find those non-album bangers that most people would overlook. I flooded my mixtapes with plenty of these songs over the years and decided to make a formal Hidden Treasures mix to celebrate the soundtracks to some classic films that did a great job meshing the music & movie as well as some…
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For a summer we’ll never forget as much as we’d like to, here are some joints I’ve been stashing over the quarantine era…nothing fancy, no long description here...just some fresh new rap songs that might slip through the cracks in these wild times. New Hip-Hop from promising young artists on the come up alongside some seasoned vets like Jungle Brot…
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Episode 29 - Wu-tang has always had a way of healing the soul during rough times and we need them now more than ever. It’s been a rough year on many levels but I wanted to be reminded of that Wu energy, positive vibes, uplifting messages delivered in the flyest & most aggressive manner, nobody does it better. True Wu heads know most of these tunes …
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Episode 28 - I remember 1st hearing the name Dumbtron on a Mr. Lif song and just saying ‘wow…what a great name’….With roots in North Florida & Atlanta this duo features super producers, MC’s & DJ’s Paten Locke aka DJ Therapy (RIP) & Willie Evans Jr. who got started in the group Asamov along with Ja-One-Da & Basic, then eventually came together as a…
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Back on it with a gem from the mixtape archives…The year was 1998… this is technically my 3rd mixtape (that I had out for sale) and since I’ve been digitizing all my old mixtapes for a special usb package coming soon, I wanted to give a taste of what’s to come. The distribution on this tape was extremely limited, only a few choice record stores in …
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Episode 22: Bubble Goose Vibes…nothing fancy this time around, jussummean rap music for those cold nights…all new music…2019/2018 things: 01 – Guilty Simpson – “Bat’Leth” (Feat. Lil’ Fame & Kool G Rap) [prod by Dixon Hill) 02 – Black Moon – “Look At Them” [prod by Beatminerz] 03 – Eto & Flee Lord – “44 Long”[prod by Melks] 04 – Big Turks – “Turkish…
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Episode 21: Long Live The Posse Cut Back on it with a big one this time around. 2.5 hours of beats & bars courtesy of some of the best posse cuts to ever be recorded. Nothing like a gang of dope MC’s getting together in the studio and going bar for bar, verse for verse…they are still around, but it definitely does not go down like it used to. Some …
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Recently did some much needed lab maintenance and properly organized my vinyl, during that process I set a few gems aside in a crate for a mix, this is half that stack, I’ll get to the other half eventually, but for episode 20 an all rare wax mix feels like the right thing to do…I also realized I recently passed the 1 year mark since I started this…
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After some studio issues and unfortunate delay I’m back up and running with part 2 of the Fresh Produce I dropped a while back….Mo Easy Mo Bee for you & yours…focusing on some of the later stuff in his catalog with some classic throwbacks tossed in for good measure, I stayed away from the obvious trying to go for the more unknown/unheard so if you’…
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Another nod to the beatmakers…Easy Mo Bee, easily one of the more overlooked producers from the golden era but he had a crazy attention to detail and knack for great accent samples slipped into the multiple classics he produced. He definitely had one of the most unique sounds of the time and was a go-to producer for Biggie, 2Pac, Craig Mack and mor…
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Excuse the long delay between episodes…life happens but I’m back on track with a salute to the 90 minute cassette, the DJ’s canvas…the way it used to be… just having fun for one hour and a half with skits, intros, outros, random clips mixed in with a slew of dope 2019 new music plucked from much of the new great albums that have been dropping…make …
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Here’s a classic from the archives, a mix I made in conjunction with LA based Hip Hop Philosophy Radio a few years back. There was a time similar to Hip-House where every album had a song either dedicated to the DJ of the group and/or a DJ solo piece. This trend stopped sometime in the 90’s but a lot of these joints get missed or overlooked when it…
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t’s been a minute but I’m back with another one this time dedicated to fast rap music. My favorite era in Hip-Hop was easily 88-92 because of the tempo of the music, how Rakim, G Rap or Kane could spit so smoothly over a 115 BPM track. While I love a lot of new stuff these days, the vibe has definitely gotten slower and slower as time went on and n…
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After a few throwback episodes I’m back in the new tune zone with this one. 2018 was a great year for music and Hip-Hop and looks like that trend is continuing with some real quality, damn near classic type albums dropping so far and there’s nothing I like doing more than combing through them all and plucking out the gems. Kick off the year with fr…
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This is my 14th podcast with special guest host Kwest Tha Madd Lad, a tribute to his cult classic LP “This is My First Album” released via American Recordings (Rick Rubin & Dan Charnas) in 1996. Aside from being a battle tested MC and one of the most original and unique personalities the golden era has ever produced, Kwest is just a good dude and h…
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Picking up where I left off the 1st part of the ‘Fresh Produce’ series, this one is numero dos….still all about Large Pro productions once again but focused on the mid/late90’s and beyond including a lot of his solo material post Main Source as well as some of the less obvious productions he’s done over the years. I could have easily made 3 or 4 vo…
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Fresh Produce is a producer themed series focusing on some of my favorite producers and their work over the years. The first one is all about Paul aka Extra P aka Large Pro, a legend to say the least, I recently caught the Main Source reunion show in NYC and got motivated to do some research and pin down some of the best and less obvious Large Pro …
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A special year end treat for the old heads, new heads & true heads…episode 12 is an all vinyl mix of classic freestyles from various radio shows and mixtapes, I bought these records for personal use because I wasn’t planning on putting another DJ’s promo on one of my mixtapes but at this point it’s nostalgia and I had this stack of records sitting …
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2018 has been a great year in Hip Hop as far as I’m concerned…shit is alive and well. After some throwback-ish episodes the last few go rounds, I come to the table with more grimy music from this year from a lot of the big dogs of the golden era mixed in with some new folk…verses from the likes of Cypress Hill, Pharoahe Monch, Lil’ Fame, Masta Ace,…
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Hip-House got started in Chicago during the uprising of house music in the late 80’s/early 90’s. It caught on heavy and soon became something that most artists had to cater to either through record label pressure or on their own merit, but at one point most relevant MC’s from that time had at least 1 Hip-House track on their album or a remix on a s…
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After a handful of feel good/throwback episodes we come back to the present with some of the filthiest tunes I could find from today’s era. This one is for all the people asking me what I listen to these days…where’s the good hip hop...etc... 2018 rawness from the likes of Roc Marciano, Black Thought, Conway, Ka, Crimeapple, Rasheed Chappell, Lil F…
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Episode 5…more album cuts/throwback heaters from the collection with some random skits & interludes tossed in for good measure… Fly material from the likes of Erule, Master Fuol, Busta Rhymes, Roc Marciano, Raekwon, B-Flatt, Tha Liks, Madkap, Illegal, Diamond, Lootpack, Dilated Peoples, Craig Mack, Das Efx, Godfather Don, A.D.O.R., Planet Asia, Ras…
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So… I had a totally different show in the works for this week until the untimely news that the Queen of Soul as we know it passed away last week so I got inspired by the Aretha Franklin poster in my studio to do some research and find all the songs that sampled her in some way shape or form. I found out that some of the grimiest, best and classic s…
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For those that don't know I made mixtapes back in the mid 90's/2000's and one of my most popular series was one called 'Hidden Treasures' which were filled with all sorts of rare b-sides, remixes, demos and obscure album cuts. For episode 2 I wanted to pick up where that series left off so here it is..no tracklist but the mix features some juicy ra…
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