D-Boy Rodriguez - The Lyrical Strength Of One Street Poet FLAC album
From the 1990 release "The Lyrical Strenth Of One Street Poet". The Lyrical Strength. Syntax Creative (от лица компании "Frontline Records"); ASCAP, Meis Music Group (music publishing)" и другие авторские общества (1).
Featuring unreleased recordings from 1973 "Can't Get Away", "I'll Slip Away", and "Street Boy" Street boy You've been.
717. 0. Danny ‘D-Boy’ Rodriguez – The Boy Don’t Play (Throwback Thursday).
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Daniel Dimitri Rodriguez ") and Bill Cosby ("Read your Bible. states") along with musical elements from Sly and the Family Stone, Steve Miller Band, The Isley Brothers amongst others.
Street boy You've been out too long Street boy Ain't you got enough sense to go home Street boy You're gonna end up alone You need some love and understanding Not that dead-end life you're planning Street boy. There's one last word, then I'll conclude Before you pick up and put on your attitude Bet you'll never find or ever meet Any street boy who's ever beat the streets. Street boy Street boy Street boy Street boy Street boy Street boy. Sweet boy.
Last Days" by D-Boy Rodriguez sampled Dexter Wansel's "Theme From the Planets". Listen to both songs on WhoSampled, the ultimate database of sampled music, cover songs and remixes. Lyrical Strength of One Street Poet. Sample appears at 0:37 (and throughout).
D-Boy Rodriguez was a rap artist who worked with inner-city youth. He was killed on October 6th, 1990 during a drive-by shooting while ministering in his Dallas, TX neighborhood. His sister is rap artist MC GeGee. Plantin' a Seed 1989. Lyrical Strength of One Street Poet 1990. Peace to the Poet 1993. 1988 - I Know You Think You Know (Tim Miner) : Rap.
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Sixto Diaz Rodriguez, known professionally as Rodriguez (born July 10, 1942), is an American singer-songwriter from Detroit, Michigan. His career initially proved short lived in the United States, but unknown to Rodriguez his albums became extremely successful and influential in South Africa, where he is believed to have sold more records than Elvis Presley.
|That UB Urself||4:37|
|UB Urself (Reprise)||3:31|
|Drop The Mic||3:32|
|The Boy Don't Play||3:40|
|Cease For Peace||5:51|
|Come Back Home||3:58|
|CD09216||D-Boy Rodriguez||The Lyrical Strength Of One Street Poet (CD, Album)||Frontline Records||CD09216||US||1990|
|C09216||D-Boy*||The Lyrical Strength Of One Street Poet (Cass, Album)||Frontline Records||C09216||US||1990|