Track List

The Pharcyde - Runnin'

The Brand New Heavies - Sometimes (Remix) (feat. Q-Tip)

The Pharcyde - Somethin' That Means Somethin'

The Pharcyde - She Said (Remix)

N'Dea Davenport - Whatever You Want (Remix)

The Pharcyde - Drop

The Brand New Heavies - Saturday Night (Remix) (feat. Mos Def)

The Pharcyde - Bullsh*t

The Pharcyde - Y? (Remix)

N'Dea Davenport - Bullsh*ttin' (Remix)

The Pharcyde - Splattitorium

The Pharcyde - Runnin' (Instrumental)

The Brand New Heavies - Sometimes (Remix Instrumental)

The Pharcyde - Somethin' That Means Somethin' (Instrumental)

The Pharcyde - She Said (Remix Instrumental)

The Pharcyde - Drop (Instrumental)

The Brand New Heavies - Saturday Night (Remix Instrumental)

The Pharcyde - Bullsh*t (Instrumental)

The Pharcyde - Y? (Remix Instrumental)

N'Dea Davenport - Bullsh*ttin' (Remix Instrumental)

J Dilla - Jay Deelicious: The Delicious Vinyl Years (3xLP)
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Record Label: The Bicycle Music Company

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Jay Dee, aka J Dilla, emerged as a Hip Hop producer to be reckoned with in 1995 when his name was attached to the first single from The Pharcyde's eagerly anticipated sophomore album "Labcabincalifornia". Drop the needle on his first Pharcyde production "Runnin" and you have the launch point of a producer's career that mesmerized, titillated and expanded the domes of Hip Hop fans for the next decade. "Jay Deelicious: Originals, Remixes & Rarities" documents Jay Dilla's early production on Delicious Vinyl. Working closely with The Pharcyde and Michael "Mike Floss" Ross, (Delicious Vinyl's founder), Jay Dee was instrumental in keeping The Pharcyde's second album as ear poppin' and bugged as their maiden classic "Bizarre Ride To The Pharcyde", stepping up big time after the group parted ways with "Bizarre" producer J-Swift. In addition to original productions and remixes for "Labcabin", Jay Dee skillfully worked with the label on incredible mixes for the Brand New Heavies, as well as unreleased remixes for former BNH singer, N'Dea Davenport. From the jazzed out Rhodes syncopation of "Sometimes" featuring Q-Tip, to the crazy cutting up of "Got To Give It Up" for "Saturday Night" featuring Mos Def, Jay Dee shows there's no tempo he can't freak on some otherworldly jazzed up funk tip. So put on your head phones and take a trip into the early work of a Hip Hop master. Umm Umm JayDEElicous! In respect to Dilla's legacy, all proceeds from the sale of this release will go to Maureen (Ma Dukes) Yancy.