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RandyB’s Organized Noize Compilation Version 2.0 (Outkast, Goodie Mob, Dungeon Family, Sleepy Brown, Cee-Lo, etc.)

I’m about to go see Big Boi rock Waterfront Park in my hometown of Louisville, KY I’m celebrating because Outkast will be playing in my hometown of Louisville, KY this summer, OUTKAST TONIGHT AT FORECASTLE, LOUISVILLE, KY! So I thought I would drop this compilation on the people. This was originally an 80 minute CDR compilation that I made for close friends back in like 2006. Then in 2010 I updated and expanded it. Now it’s mp3’d, tagged, and fully iPod/iPhone ready.

MP3 DOWNLOAD LINK: MEGA

RandyB’s Organized Noize Compilation Version 2.0:
01-Kryptonite (Big Boi & Killer Mike)
02-Walk It Out (Remix) (DJ Unk & Andre 3000)
03-I Can’t Wait (Sleepy Brown & Outkast)
04-ADIDAS (Killer Mike, Sleepy Brown & Big Boi)
05-Street Talkin’ (Slick Rick & Outkast)
06-So Fresh, So Clean Pt2 (Outkast, Sleepy Brown & Snoop Dogg)
07-Runnin Away (Outkast, Sleepy Brown & Killer Mike)
08-Morris Brown (Outkast, Sleepy Brown & Scar)
09-Lookin’ For Ya (Outkast & Sleepy Brown)
10-Weeastpointin’ (Cool Breeze & Sleepy’s Theme)
11-Margarita (Sleepy Brown, Pharrell & Big Boi)
12-Steppin Out (Big Gipp & Sleepy Brown)
13-Me, My Baby, and My Cadillac (Sleep Brown)
14-Follow The Light (Dungeon Family)
15-Don’t Stop (Sleepy Brown & Backbone)
16-Spottieottiedopealicious (live 10-16-00 in LA) (Outkast)
17-Free (live 1995 on ATL radio) (Cee-Lo)
18-One For The Road (Cee-Lo)
19-Black Ice (Goodie Mob & Outkast)
20-Night Train (Goodie Mob)
21-Can’t Give It Up (Sleepy Brown & Big Gipp)
22-Boogie Man (Big Gipp & Andre 3000)
23-Fo Yo Sorrows (Big Boi, George Clinton, Too Short & Sam Chris)
24-Purple Ribbon (Interlude)
25-Turns Me On (Big Boi, Sleepy Brown & Joi)
26-17 of Snow (Joi)
27-Ghetto Fuh Life (Society of Soul)
28-Munchies For Your Love (Joi & Sleepy Brown)
29-Simply Beautiful (Sleepy’s Theme)
30-In Your Dreams (Outkast, Sleepy Brown, Killer Mike & Janelle Monáe)
31-Rollin (Dungeon Family & Society of Soul)
32-Movin’ Cool (The After Party) (Outkast)
33-Bass Head Jazz (Cee-Lo)

Phish used to get funky; here’s twenty seven minutes of proof.

Phish – Ghost – July 23, 1997 Atlanta, GA @ Lakewood Amp.

I’ll admit that I’ve never been a big Phish fan. A few of their tunes interest me (mainly the instrumental passages, crazy prog epics like YEM, and funk work-outs like Meat) and many do not. But when a friend of mine forwarded me this 26 minute version of Ghost from a 1997 show, it gave me a newfound appreciation of the band.

I always heard that they were capable of “transcendant” musical moments, etc. but I rarely had the patience to get past the vocal heavy song beginnings and the many goof-ball choruses. One listen to this track caused me to revisit their 1998 album, The Story of the Ghost. Since then, I’ve learned that 1997 was the year of their “funk” sound period. And I do believe I may search out more 1997 live recordings in the future.