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Malcolm XNo Sell Out

Sello:Tommy Boy – 12 IS 165, Tommy Boy – 12IS165
Formato:
Vinilo, 12", 45 RPM
País:UK
Publicado:
Género:Electronic, Hip Hop, Funk / Soul
Estilo:Electro, Political, Funk, Conscious

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ANo Sell Out (Vocal)5:36
BNo Sell Out (Instrumental)6:35
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Engineered at Sweet Mountain Studio, Englewood, NJ.
Mixed at Unique Recording Studios, NY.
Vocal Edits: Love Sound Studio, Hartford, CT.

Special thanks to: Dr. Shabazz for her belief, encouragement and support. Marshall Chess, Craig Derry, Harold Sargent, Bill O'Brien and Carl Sterken for their enthusiasm and contribution. Tom Silverman, Rick Dutka, and the Tommy Boy staff for believing and putting it on wax. And thanks to God for creating a man like El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (Malcolm X).

The voice of Malcolm X in "No Sell Out" is taken from various speeches recorded in the early nineteen sixties.

© 1984 Ⓟ 1983 Tommy Boy Music

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  • Matriz/zona muerta (Side A. stamped): 12 IS 165 A-1U-1-1-(?)
  • Matriz/zona muerta (Side B, stamped): 12 IS 165 B-1U-1-1-(?)
  • Matriz/zona muerta (Side A. etched): TONZ
  • Matriz/zona muerta (Side B, etched): SOUND CLINIC

Otras versiones (5 de 17)Ver Todos

Título (Formato)SelloCat. nºPaísAño
No Sell Out (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo)Tommy BoyTB 840US1983
No Sell Out (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Vogue Productions, Tommy Boy311050France1983
Malcolm X No Sell Out (12")Sugar Hill RecordsSH 469US1983
No Sell Out (7", 45 RPM, Promo)Tommy BoyTB 840-7US1983
No Sell Out (7", 45 RPM)Tommy Boy, Vogue101908France1983

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genet
Editado hace 16 años
Not only is this a demonstration of the drum & percussion genius of Keith LeBlanc, it has more political, rhetorical power than most of Malcolm's recorded speeches. Sadly, the superb black & white cover photograph was not used when the 12" was released by Tommy Boy in the U.S.. LeBlanc *still* remains unacknowledged for his towering body of work and massive influence. And Malcolm X, were he not cut down in the prime of his life, would have gone on to exert political power and create social change that one can only imagine-and the possibilities are extraordinary.