Twankle & Glisten Bounce 1

Posted by emynd on | October 2, 2008 | 4 Comments

I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again: if you aren’t checking Kid Slizzard’s Twankle & Glisten on the daily, you’re not only missing some of the pithiest and funniest blurb-writing about rap you wish you knew more about, you’re also missing high quality rips of relevant obscurities and classics. He’s got an account over here at nolabounce.com so hopefully he’ll grace us with his presence once he finds some time, but in the mean time, I’ll be posting links to relevant tracks over at his expansive blog realm. Please note, there is a password for all his rapidshare downloads, but the password is not difficult at all to find if you just read his page from left to right, top to bottom, mmmkay?

First up is Sliky Slim’s classic “Where Dey At” response record from 1992 “Sister Sister.” Slizzard provides a rip of the whole record, including the ‘pella! Also, don’t sleep on the interesting historical blurb he fished up in the comments section.

Silky Slim “Sister Sister” 12″ (1992) 320 kps

Next up is a Bounce song from Memphis which, like the NO, has always had a strong appreciation for all things “Drag Rap” related.

FM “Gimme What You Got! (For a Pork Chop)” 12″ (1992) 320 kps

Slizzard also graciously posted the entirety of the DJ Jimi “Where They At” 12″ if you want the Radio, Extended, and whatever else versions.

DJ Jimi “Where They At” 12″ (1992) 320 kps)

-e

Comments

4 Responses to “Twankle & Glisten Bounce 1”

  1. Wheezy F
    October 7th, 2008 @ 6:35 pm

    Silky Slim was my nick name in high school

  2. Brad
    October 10th, 2008 @ 5:52 pm

    i can download these tunes but i can’t get them out of the rar files without the password. how do i get the password? beyond that this is a cool site how do i register?

  3. emynd
    October 10th, 2008 @ 5:55 pm

    As I said, in this post:

    “Please note, there is a password for all his rapidshare downloads, but the password is not difficult at all to find if you just read his page from left to right, top to bottom, mmmkay?”

    Upper right corner of his site. Handle that.

    -e

  4. Brad
    October 10th, 2008 @ 6:19 pm

    DOH! thanks i’m an idiot. i missed the “his site” part

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