Various street beat - vol.1


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Although it hardly seems possible, Vol. 2 of the Beat Street soundtrack contains even less actual hip-hop than the first, which barely had any -- and this from a movie that purported to be showcasing hip-hop culture. But the music was still in its commercial infancy at the time, and Hollywood figured that cramming the soundtrack with electro-funk from . session hacks, like Juicy 's "Give Me All" and La La 's "Into the Night," was a more salable alternative. Despite the involvement of Afrika Bambaataa 's camp -- Arthur Baker produced the decent "Battle Cry" for Rockers Revenge , while Jazzy Jay offers the similarly listenable "Son of Beat Street" -- things get bad here in a hurry, reaching a nadir with Ralph Rolle 's ridiculous "Phony Four MC's -- Wappin," the sort of opportunistic novelty song that suggested anyone could rap (and simultaneously proved that wasn't so). Not coincidentally, the sole bright spot happens to be the one authentic hip-hop song included: the Treacherous Three 's wonderful "Santa's Rap," which features Kool Moe Dee and company taking on St. Nick about their sorry Christmas in the ghetto.

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A1 Wilson Pickett – Get Me Back On Time 6:30
A2 Juice – Catch A Groove 3:40
A3 Rolling Stones, The – Honky Tonk Woman 3:10
B1 Funkadelic (2) – You'll Like It Too 4:28
B2 Roy Ayers Ubiquity – Boogie Back 4:40
B3 Disco Italiano – Chella Lla 3:47
A1 Wilson Pickett – Get Me Back On Time 6:30
A2 Juice – Catch A Groove 3:40
A3 Rolling Stones, The – Honky Tonk Woman 3:10
B1 Funkadelic (2) – You'll Like It Too 4:28
B2 Roy Ayers Ubiquity – Boogie Back 4:40
B3 Disco Italiano – Chella Lla 3:47

When created by Tony Warren in 1960, the Coronation Street community was noted for being largely matriarchal, reflecting Warren's observations about its real-world counterparts in Manchester. As a result, particularly in its early years, Coronation Street featured many formidable female characters, who lorded it over their long-suffering husbands, or even the whole community. Many of the programme's most popular characters have been women of this type, including Hilda Ogden , Annie Walker, Vera Duckworth and Bet Gilroy .

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The term "British Invasion" was coined by . reporter Walter Cronkite to describe the Beatles' arrival in the United States and the outbreak of Beatlemania in 1964. [ citation needed ] Their appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show soon after led to chart success. [19] During the next two years, the Animals , Petula Clark , the Dave Clark Five , [13] the Rolling Stones , [17] Donovan , [20] Peter and Gordon , Manfred Mann , Freddie and the Dreamers , Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders , Herman’s Hermits , and the Troggs would have one or more number one singles in America. [21]


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