Show & A.G.* ‎– Goodfellas



Never Less Than Ill 1:32
You Know Now 3:47
Check It Out 3:54
Add On 4:01
Next Level (Nyte Time Mix) 4:09
Time For 2:47
Got The Flava 3:24
Neighbahood Sickness 4:37
All Out 3:55
Medicine 3:46
I'm Not The One 2:49
Got Ya Back 3:50
Next Level 4:00
You Want It 3:55

Versions (17)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
697-124-007-2 Show & A.G.* Goodfellas(CD, Album) Payday, FFRR 697-124-007-2 US 1995 Sell This Version
828 641-1 Show & AG* Goodfellas(2xLP, Album) Payday 828 641-1 UK 1995 Sell This Version
697-124-007-1 Show And A.G* Goodfellas(2xLP, Album) Payday, FFRR 697-124-007-1 US 1995 Sell This Version
697-124-007-1DJ Show & A.G.* Goodfellas(2xLP, Album, Promo) Payday, FFRR 697-124-007-1DJ US 1995 Sell This Version
828 641-2 Show & A.G.* Goodfellas(CD, Album) Payday, FFRR 828 641-2 UK 1995 Sell This Version
POCD-1184 Show & A.G.* Goodfellas(CD, Album) Payday POCD-1184 Japan 1995 Sell This Version
828 641-4 Show & A.G.* Goodfellas(Cass, Album) Payday, FFRR 828 641-4 UK 1995 Sell This Version
697-124-007-4 Show & AG* Goodfellas(Cass, Album) Payday, FFRR 697-124-007-4 US 1995 Sell This Version
697-124-007-4-ADV Showbiz & A.G. Goodfellas(Cass, Album, Promo) Payday, FFRR 697-124-007-4-ADV US 1995 Sell This Version
697-124 007-1 Show & AG* Goodfellas(2xLP, Album, RE, Unofficial) Payday (2), FFRR (2) 697-124 007-1 UK 2004 Sell This Version
DITC 697-124-007-2 Show & AG* Goodfellas(CD, Album, RE) D.I.T.C. Records, Lexington DITC 697-124-007-2 Japan 2006 Sell This Version
WL-697-124 Show & AG* Goodfellas(2xLP, Album, Unofficial) Showbiz Records WL-697-124 US 2007 Sell This Version
DTC-CD-40072 Show & AG* Goodfellas(CD, Album, RE) D.I.T.C. Records DTC-CD-40072 US 2009 Sell This Version
UICY-76807 Show & A.G.* Goodfellas(CD, Album, Ltd, RE) FFRR UICY-76807 Japan 2014 Sell This Version
SAGLP-368 Show & A.G* Good Fellas (Instrumentals)(LP, Unofficial) Not On Label SAGLP-368 US Unknown Sell This Version
697-124-007-1 Show And A.G* Goodfellas(2xLP, Album, RP) Payday, FFRR 697-124-007-1 US Unknown Sell This Version
none Show & AG* Goodfellas(CD, Album) D.I.T.C. Records none Unknown Sell This Version


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May 22, 2020
referencing Goodfellas, 2xLP, Album, RE, Unofficial, 697-124 007-1
I have a copy of this. Mid 2000's Uk unofficial release.


January 16, 2020
edited 11 months ago
referencing Goodfellas, CD, Album, 697-124-007-2
I fucking love this LP to death... this sounds SO New York. A.G. was one of the illest on the mic, especially during 95-98.... btw: Next Level --> Showbiz version > Premier version. It´s one of the very few Premier beats from that era I never got used to. Show´s version is fire...



January 1, 2019
referencing Goodfellas, 2xLP, Album, 697-124-007-1

highest price sold is $51. everyone above that. make sure you clean the dust on those covers!


November 19, 2017
referencing Goodfellas, 2xLP, Album, 697-124-007-1
This is soooo goooood. For me this is the perfect example for this dark mid 90s boom bap sound!!


December 2, 2016
referencing Goodfellas, CD, Album, 697-124-007-2
Very much a slow-burning grower, particularly if you were previously taken by the untouchable Runaway Slave (in the running for one of my favorite hip-hop albums ever). On Goodfellas, the atmosphere is much, much darker, dustier, and colder. Show has dropped the mic leaving A.G. and his cohorts D-Shot, Party Arty, and Wally World to pick up the slack. The beats here are overwhelmingly stark and minimal, even more so than some of Show's other outside production credits around the time. While this takes a good many listens to break through to, the results are still masterful, and Show's crates have impressively reached to stranger corners of the music world (the soundtrack to Altered States and Delia Derbyshire to use two notable examples). One of the only melodic respites from the hard-as-nails boom-bap comes with both Show and Premier's distinctively different yet simultaneously brilliant takes on "The Next Level," a stellar a single as the group would ever release. Elsewhere, lots of deep, dank head-crackers: "Check It Out," "Got Your Back," "Medicine," "Neighborhood Sickness," "You Want It." Notably, the tracklisting changed from the initial promo tape, with a few of the album's potentially best cuts ("Under Pressure" among them) getting left on the cutting room floor. Regardless, still very worth the find, even if it takes its time to sink in.


December 12, 2014
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Good Fellas (Instrumentals), LP, Unofficial, SAGLP-368
In response to Xelcior, some of the tracks are loops and some are the full instrumentals. I have found with this series of bootlegs, if the full instrumental exists - they use it, if the instrumental was not commercially available at the time, they made a loop, or sometimes 2 loops, edited together, taken from the original records.

Full instrumentals on this release i belive include "Got The Flava", both versions of "You Know Now" and both versions of "Next Level".
I don't own the original records so its hard to compare the sound quality - but it sounds OK on my stereo.. - Although the grooves in the record are slightly "off centre" - so when playing the needle moves left and right , making the pitch wow/flutter go up/down a little.. I've found this sometimes to be the case with boots or cheap pressings.. But luckily its not too bad on the pressing I own.
All in all, this release a good (& cheap!) alternative to spending crazy money on the OG's imo.

Some of the other boots in this series of instrumental records are not so good though, always check which instrumentals are available commercially first - the rest will probably be loops...


November 22, 2014
referencing Goodfellas, 2xLP, Album, 697-124-007-1
One of my favorite albums period, I love Runaway Slave but this release is on point production and lyrically. Show & AG always put out solid shit


January 24, 2013
referencing Good Fellas (Instrumentals), LP, Unofficial, SAGLP-368
These instrumentals seem like edited sections taken from the originals, where there is no vocals. Anyone with a basic knowledge of editing could do the same thing. I was hoping they would have been the original instrumental tracks in their entirety but fail to deliver, in my humble opinion.