Breakfast Breaks #12: Cloud One “Dust To Dust”
JLBarrow • January 22, 2013 • No Comments

  Take a listen to the DNA for Madlib's "Blunt Break", Nas' "Daughters", Mac Miller's "Dig That" and several other dope tracks," Dust To Dust."  

Breakfast Breaks #11: Dee Dee Bridgewater, “My Lonely Room”
JLBarrow • January 01, 2013 • No Comments

Eric G and Skyzoo came together to make one of the most meaningful songs of the last five years, "For What It's Worth" from his

Breakfast Breaks #10: Twin Sister, “Meet The Frownies”
JLBarrow • December 31, 2012 • No Comments

Check out the musical guts to one of the best songs on one of the best (if not THE best) hip-hop album of the year,

Breakfast Breaks #9: Clarence Carter’s “Back Door Santa”
JLBarrow • December 24, 2012 • No Comments

Every year around this time Madison Avenue remembers that RUN-DMC exists and we get inundated with "Christmas In Hollis" at every turn. Not hating on

Breakfast Breaks #8: Paul McCartney “Wonderful Christmastime”
JLBarrow • December 18, 2012 • 2 Comments

Tis the season to be jolly so I'm pulling out a  Christmas fav that got flipped into hip-hop records, Paul McCartney's "Wonderful Christmastime." "Wonderful Christmastime" is

Breakfast Breaks #7: David Axelrod, “The Smile”
JLBarrow • December 10, 2012 • No Comments

For the next Breakfast Breaks I am recycling just a little bit but not really. Knowledge is infinite so this is just redistributing energy. Many years

Breakfast Breaks #6: Grant Green, “Down Here On The Ground”
JLBarrow • December 07, 2012 • No Comments

For the last of this week's "Breakfast Breaks" I was so tempted to "Down Here On The Ground" was recorded by late jazz guitarist Grant

Breakfast Breaks #5: Francois De Roubaix, “Les Dunes D’ostende”
JLBarrow • December 06, 2012 • No Comments

So my first time listening to Tha Carter IV the "President Carter" song jumped out at me because I've spent a lot of time with

Breakfast Breaks # 4: Ramsey Lewis’s “Sun Goddess”
JLBarrow • December 05, 2012 • No Comments

The titular track to Ramsey Lewis's 1974 album was never meant to be that. His reunion with Earth, Wind & Fire's Maurice White was the

Breakfast Breaks #3: Donny Hathaway, “I Love the Lord, He Heard My Cry”
JLBarrow • December 04, 2012 • No Comments

On the 106th Anniversary of my esteemed brotherhood Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc, I wanted to dedicated today's "Breakfast Breaks" to one of our esteemed