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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Jazzmatazz, Vol. 1 - Guru's Jazzmatazz, Guru on AllMusic - - Though it can reasonably be argued that rap grew.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Jazzmatazz Volume II: The New Reality on Discogs. Label: Chrysalis - 8 2 8,EMI - 8 2 8 • Format: CD Album, Club Edition • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: Jazzy Hip-Hop.
  3. But, Jazzmatazz 2:The New Reality was a nice sequel but it changed my life when I first heard Lifesaver, I cried when I think about Guru's passing on April 19th I remember Lifesaver, Feel the Music and Watch What You Say featuring Chaka Khan were amazing singles/videos at that time. It was Guru's 2nd Jazzmatazz project/5(62).
  4. Guru is a hip-hop legend. Jazzmatazz remains an informative and influential series. But the fourth volume in the collection? Not so much.
  5. Lifesaver Lyrics: Mmm, is this really the end, or is it a new beginning? / A new reality.. / Chorus: Guru + Baybe (repeat 2X) / So many misconceptions (don't be misled) / So many evil deceptions (oh.
  6. Guru's Jazzmatazz, Vol. 1 is the debut solo studio album by American hip hop recording artist Guru, released on May 18, on Chrysalis teiprotcomfareli.bdugudsparutdetendivemovarega.infoinfo album is one of the first albums to combine a live jazz band with hip hop production and rapping. It is the first such project to feature established rappers.
  7. Jazzmatazz Volume 1, an Album by Guru. Released on Chrysalis (catalog no. 3 2 9; CD). Genres: Jazz Rap, East Coast Hip Hop. Featured peformers: Guru (producer, arranger, aka_text mixer role_id aka_text), Guru (executive producer), Patrick Moxey (executive producer), Duff Marlowe (executive producer), Kieran Walsh (engineer), Joe Quinde (engineer), Craig Marcus.
  8. The best of the inspired collaborations from Guru's first three Jazzmatazz volumes are now available in one stellar collection with the release of The Best Of Guru's Jazzmatazz Also included are three rare bonus tracks: "Choices" with N'Dea Davenport and Bobbi Humphrey from the Once In The Life soundtrack, "Loungin' (Jazz Not Jazz Mix)" remixed.
  9. Trip Hop in 10 Albums. At the dawn of the 90s the trip hop wave flooded Great Britain with electro influenced by Jamaican music and rap beats. With dreamy rhythms and oppressive atmospheres, Massive Attack, Portishead, Tricky, Morcheeba and various others invented a futuristic kind of dark soul music which was sometimes very cinematographic.

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