Label: Exist Dance - ED CD-01,Exist Dance - ED CD-001 • Format: CD Compilation, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Breaks, Techno, Downtempo, Progressive Trance
Half of the songs are produced by Madlib and feature J Dilla on vocals, and the other half are produced by J Dilla and feature Madlib on vocals. This album was the first of the Madlib duo collaboration albums made during the s. Madlib then recorded vocals over these beats and labelled them "Jaylib", without the intention of actually releasing them.
Stones Throw placed one of these recordings as the B-side to a promo 12" Madlib single, under the name Jaylib, which was eventually heard by Dilla. The pair recorded Champion Sound in separate cities, Madlib in Oxnard, Californiaand Dilla in Detroit, Michigan by sending recordings Champion Sound - Various - Transmitting From Heaven and forth.
The two met only once before or during this time, while Madlib was recording in Detroit for J Dilla's album on MCA Records; Silent Elevation 2 - As If - Silent Elevation record that was never released until The album was released in after much delay due to leaks and bootlegs and received positive reviews.
The first pressings of the album in the USA contained two bonus tracks: "Raw Addict," and "Ice" which otherwise are only on a white label 12" issued by Stones Throw ; the first pressing of the CD in Europe included those two and a third track, "Pillz," which was later featured as the b-side to the single for "McNasty Filth".
In Madlib's compilation of unreleased Jaylib tracks got leaked as an early version of Madvillain 's Madvillainy did before.
These two CDs were compiled by Madlib Like A Tim - Short Cuts Champion Sound - Various - Transmitting From Heaven to listen to Champion Sound - Various - Transmitting From Heaven a trip to Brazil. The re-issue of Champion Sound was abruptly delayed when Stones Throw was issued a cease-and-desist from the 自己喪失 - The Strut* - Serious Drink of artist Cris Williamson.
The song appears on the reissue with an alternate beat, though one still arranged by Jay Dee. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Jaylib.
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