Added by Club Love 7 years ago
Low Rider is a song written by the band War and appearing on their album Why Can't We Be Friends?, released in 1975. It reached number one on the Billboard R&B charts and peaked at number 35 on the Pop Singles chart. This song has been covered by Exodus, Cypress Hill, Quando Quango, Barry White, Steve Edmonds, JFA, KoЯn, Latin Alliance, and Baby G & Rock Box (titled "New Lowrider"). It was featured on the first compilation in the Lowrider Soundtrack series. War's "Low Rider" was also significantly sampled by The Beastie Boys for their track "Slow Ride" on the 1986 album Licensed to Ill.
Shalamar.Take That To The Bank [Original Video] 1978 CaptainFunkOnTheRADIO! http://www.radiobeton.com CaptainFunk And DJ ValaZZ Saturday Nght / Samedi Soir Sur Radio Béton 100% Funky Attitude
Bootsy Collins .I'm leavin' U [Live.1998] CaptainFunkOnTheRADIO! http://www.radiobeton.com http://www.youtube.com/CapitainFunk http://captainfunk.kewego.fr "Une Autre Façon De Voir Le Funk!"
Shalamar.Right In The Socket [Original Video] 1979 CaptainFunkOnTheRADIO! http://www.radiobeton.com http://www.youtube.com/CapitainFunk http://captainfunk.kewego.fr "Une Autre Façon De Voir Le Funk!"
Sister Sledge .He's The Greatest Dancer [Version Live] 1979 CaptainFunkOnTheRADIO! http://www.radiobeton.com http://www.dailymotion.com/capitainfunkk http://captainfunk.kewego.fr "Une Autre Façon De Voir Le Funk!"
Added by David Marion 4 years ago
J. S. Bach - Prelude in C Major by David Marion Bass PlayerFor my brother Sébastien Marion and my really good friend bass player extraordinaire Cameron Hood. Played on bass with lots of respect for all classically trained musicians...
Added by Laissez-Faire Social Club 7 years ago
NYC GANGBANGERS What with all the gentrification, low crime rates, and paranoia about terrorism New Yorkers forget about good old fashioned vice and street violence. But just because NYC's underbelly isn't as dark as it was in the crime-ridden 1970's doesn't mean the average New Yorker can't be stabbed in an alleyway as part of initiation to some Mexican gang. In fact that happens all the time. Here is our guide to the territories of NYC's gangland, complete with addresses. It would be wise, wethinks, to accompany each address with mental note never to be found therein. -Almighty King and Queen Nation aka Latin Kings- Spanish Harlem, all over Brooklyn (179 Starr Street, 81 Central Avenue, 179 Jefferson Street, and 180 Jefferson Street) -Los Vatos Locos- Elmhurst, Jackson Heights Queens (85-08 Roosevelt Ave.) -The Bloods- Crown Heights, Far Rockaway, Harlem, Mott Haven, Hempstead, Washington Heights (Clay Avenue Bloods territory: 167th Street and Clay Avenue) -The Crips- Harlem, Hempstead, Far Rockaway (Ocean Bay, Beach 41st Street, Ocean Village projects) -Mara Salvatrucha- Hempstead, Long Island, Corona, Queens and Parkchester, the Bronx (103rd St stop off 7 train) -Green Dragons- Flushing, Elmhurst, Jackson Heights (Ithaca and Whitney Avenues, Elmhurst) -Born To Kill- Chinatown (Canal St. from Lafayette to Church St., safe house at 543 56th Street in the Sunset Park) -DDP (Dominicans Don't Play)- Washington Heights and the Bronx: -Hell's Angels- East Village (E 3rd St.)