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Blue Note Records

The Edge - David Axelrod at Capitol Records 1966-1970. David Axelrod was instrumental in creating the Black Music division at Capitol Records in the mid-'60s, and had a string of hit albums with artists such as soul singer Lou Rawls and jazz saxophonist Cannonball Adderley. Today he is best known in the hip-hop world for three albums he released on Capitol under his own name between 1968-1970. Songs of Innocence, Songs of Experience, Earth Rot, and other ancillary Axelrod productions are among the most sampled records in hip-hop history, having been mined by producers as varied as Madlib, DJ Shadow, and Dr. Dre, Mos Def, and many others. Original LPs that Axelrod produced are coveted among DJs and crate-diggers. This definitive retrospective is the first release to put his career in it's proper context and present it with the sonic quality it merits. Produced by Eothen "Egon" Alapatt

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1) House of Mirrors - David McCallum
2) The Edge - David McCallum
3) Pula Yetla - Letta Mbulu
4) Lifetime Monologue - Lou Rawls
5) You've Made Me So Very Happy - Lou Rawls
6) The Smile
7) Songs of Innocence
8) The Mental Traveler
9) A Divine Image
10) London
11) The Fly
12) The Human Abstract
13) Warning Talk Part One
14) Warning Talk Part Three
15) The Signs Part One
16) Theme from the Fox - Don Randi
17) Tensity - Cannonball Adderley Quintet

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