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Tribe Called Quest - Peoples Instinctive Travels

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    A Tribe Called Quest: Q-Tip, Ali Shaheed Mohammed, Phife, Jairobi. Additional personnel: Jarobi And The Rhythm Kids. Engineers include: Dr. Shane Faber, Bob "Locked" Power, Anthony Saunders. Recorded at Calliope Studios, Battery Studios and Dumb D.J. T......more

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Artist: Tribe Called Quest
Description:
A Tribe Called Quest: Q-Tip, Ali Shaheed Mohammed, Phife, Jairobi. Additional personnel: Jarobi And The Rhythm Kids. Engineers include: Dr. Shane Faber, Bob "Locked" Power, Anthony Saunders. Recorded at Calliope Studios, Battery Studios and Dumb D.J. Towha's Dew Drop Inn, New York. Personnel: Phife Dawg, Q-Tip (vocals). DJ: Ali Shaheed Muhammad. Audio Mixer: A Tribe Called Quest. Recording information: Battery Studios, New York, NY; Calliope Studios, New York, NY; Dumb DJ Towha's Dew Drop Inn; Sumb D.J. Towha's Dew Drop Inn. Photographer: Ari Marcopoulos. The narrative of two inner city youths on a pilgrimage across the U.S./Mexican border framing "I Left My Wallet In El Segundo," is a nice guiding metaphor for the door-opening, border-crossing effects PEOPLE'S INSTINCTIVE TRAVELS had on '80s Nuyorcentric hip-hop culture. As the title suggests, b-boys of the Native Tongues era found themselves traveling far from hip-hop's familiar stomping grounds (literally and musically) in order to reach the plane where Zulu Nation elders Red Alert and Afrika Bambataa witnessed it's birth. ATCQ later stripped their sound down to bare necessities in order to rebuild it, but their debut is as eclectic as the claim-checks adorning your suitcase after a world tour. Accordingly, Tribe expand hip-hop's framework to make room for the continental flavor of "Luck Of Lucien," the Mariachi flavor of "El Segundo," the vibes/sitar hook of "Bonita Applebum" and of course a powerful injection of jazz and soul. More important than the jazz records they sampled, however, was Tribe's resurrection of jazz's spontaneity, play and improvisation, not to mention its bohemian world-view. To paraphrase "Rhythm;" "Look what we did; removed the crust from the third eyelid."
See Also:
People's Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm, Anthology, The Low End Theory
See Influences:
Kool & the Gang, Stevie Wonder, Grant Green, Parliament, Grandmaster Flash, Ron Carter (Bass), Earth, Wind & Fire, James Brown, Eric B. & Rakim, Charles Mingus, Donald Byrd, Sly & the Family Stone, Afrika Bambaataa, Public Enemy
See Contemporaries:
Queen Latifah, Main Source, 3rd Bass, Del the Funky Homosapien, Arrested Development, De La Soul, 4th Avenue Jones, Leaders of the New School, Deee-Lite, The Pharcyde, Jungle Brothers, Us3, Digable Planets, Tony! Toni! Tone!, Brand Nubian, Black Sheep, Jeru the Damaja, Busta Rhymes, Fugees, Dilated Peoples, Stetsasonic, Stereo MC's, Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth, Dream Warriors, Monie Love, Digital Underground, Ed O.G & da Bulldogs, Naughty by Nature, Le Rat Luciano, Poor Righteous Teachers, Diamond D, Gang Starr, Guru
Track Listing:
Disc 1:
  1. 1 Push It Along
  2. 2 Luck of Lucien
  3. 3 After Hours
  4. 4 Footprints
  5. 5 I Left My Wallet in el Segundo
  6. 6 Pubic Enemy
  7. 7 Bonita Applebum
  8. 8 Can I Kick It?
  9. 9 Youthful Expression
  10. 10 Rhythm (Devoted to the Art of Moving Butts)
  11. 11 Mr. Muhammad
  12. 12 Ham 'N' Eggs
  13. 13 Go Ahead in the Rain
  14. 14 Description of a Fool
Type:
Performer
Genre:
R&B
Subgenre:
East Coast Rap
Label:
Jive Records
Producer:
A Tribe Called Quest
Number of Discs:
1
Format:
Compact Disc
Studio or Live:
Studio
Mono or Stereo:
Stereo
SPARS Coding:
n/a
Runtime:
64 : 17
Guest Artist:
Jarobi & The Rhythm Kids
Editorial Reviews:
Entertainment Weekly - "...you'll be rewarded if you listen to it..." - Rating: A- Mojo (Publisher) (6/00, p.125) - "...TCQ's freestyle jazz-poetry tackles the big issues - diet, tourism, sex and the perils of public lice."
UPC:
012414133120
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