(PDF) A Tribe Called Quest s People s Instinctive PDF Review

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(PDF) A Tribe Called Quest s People s Instinctive PDF Review

One of the finest hip-hop albums ever made, A Tribe Called Quest’s debut record (featuring stone-cold classics like “Can I Kick It?” and “Bonita Applebum”) took the idea of the boasting hip-hop male and turned it on its head. For many listeners, when this non-traditional, surprisingly feminine album was released, it was like hearing an entirely new form of music. (PDF) A Tribe Called Quest s

In this book, Shawn Taylor explores the creation of the album as well as the impact it had on him at the time – a 17-year-old high-school geek who was equally into hip-hop, punk, new wave, skateboarding, and Dungeons & Dragons: all of a sudden, with this one album, the world made more sense. He has spent many years investigating this album, from the packaging to the song placement to each and every sample – Shawn Taylor knows this record like he knows his tattoos, and he’s finally been able to write a fascinating and highly entertaining book about it. (PDF) A Tribe Called Quest s

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Nostalgia sucks. It is like an elastic leash that tethers us to a particular momentin time. Things were much better then than they are today. The air was cleaner,the food tasted better, movies had more story and fewer special effects. And let’snot forget the music …Ohmigod, the music was so much more authentic and the artists actually hadtalent. They made sacrifices for their art. Not like now, when anyone can useReason, Battery, Garage Band and Digital Performer software to assault oureardrums with lame journal entries and shitty poetry set to substandard melodies.Yes, music was better back in the day. This isn’t to say that there is no goodmusic now, but—especially with hip-hop—there was more variety, and thatvariety was of a much higher caliber than most of the stuff that currently passesfor hip-hop.

About the Author

 

Shawn Taylor is the author of the book Big Black Penis: Misadventures in Race and Masculinity. He conducts lectures on cultural issues at high schools and colleges up and down the West Coast. He lives in California.

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