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Like I said, if this fails, it could always be unstickied. But if it succeeds, it could be greatness.

I have no idea when the first show was, The Big Sleep informed us that Stretch says November 8th, 1990 was the second show featuring MC Serch and Two Kings in a Cypher.

We might not find a lot of the older shows from 90-93, but let's see what we could do here.

November 8th, 1990 - second show (MC Serch, Two Kings in a Cypher)


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This is a placeholder for where I edit it in a timeline later on.


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And here is a list of all the exact days that we have gathered so far (though some links may be dead or unavailable completely).

If no guests are listed that either means that there were no guests for the duration of that particular show or that no information was given out and therefore guestsג€™ names will have to be added in later.

Bobbito said that he has a journal of all the dates and guests so that's a possibility with regards to finding out some of the missing days. This is a good start but I know there's more out there, I remember seeing others. Everybody search your RSS feeds, favorite sites, harddrives, shoe boxes, Google, wherever you might find a show.

The Stretch Armstrong & Bobbito Show Original Air Dates (1990 through 1998):


Thursday, October 25th, 1990
Thursday, November 8th, 1990 (MC Serch, Two Kings in a Cipher, Kurious Jorge, AJ Damane)


Thursday, February 14th, 1991 (NaS, Akinyele, Lord Finesse)


Thursday, March 26th, 1992 (Positive K)
Thursday, November 12th, 1992 (Souls of Mischief)
Thursday, November 19th, 1992 (Ruffneck Bastards, Casual, Kool Keith)


Thursday, February 25th, 1993 (Cage)
Thursday, May 6th, 1993 (Craig G, Freestyle Fellowship)
Thursday, May 20th, 1993 (Hooliganz, Crustified Dibbs / R.A. the Rugged Man)
Thursday, June 10th, 1993 (Black Moon, Smif-N-Wessun)
Thursday, August 19th, 1993
Thursday, October 14th, 1993 (Paralax)
Thursday, October 28th, 1993 (Nasty NaS, Big L & Herb McGruff)
Thursday, November 11th, 1993 (Kool Keith, O.C., Large Professor, Pharoahe Monch)


Thursday, January 13th, 1994 (Mr. Eon)
Thursday, April 7th, 1994
Thursday, June 23rd, 1994
Thursday, July 7th, 1994 (DJ Roc Raida, Mobb Deep, Funky Jilz)
Thursday, August 11th, 1994 (El-P, DBA the Lyrical Punisher, J-Treds)
Thursday, August 25th, 1994
Thursday, September 15th, 1994
Thursday, October 13th, 1994 (Mad Skillz, GZA, Killah Priest, Infinity, Common)


Thursday, February 23rd, 1995 (Big L, Jay-Z)
Thursday, March 2nd, 1995 (Ol' Dirty Bastard, Buddah Monk, 12 O'Clock, A.G., The Ghetto Dwellaz, The B.U.M.S.)
Thursday, March 16th, 1995 (The Roots, Smif-N-Wessun)
Thursday, April 20th, 1995
Thursday, May 11th, 1995 (Whodis)
Thursday, June 15th, 1995 (AZ)
Thursday, July 20th, 1995 (Mad Skillz, Jay-Z, Crooklyn Bandits, DJ Cash Money)Pun)
Thursday, August 10th, 1995 (Aceyalone, LA Cool, Riddlore, Eguan)
Thursday, August 31st, 1995 (Keith Nut, Fat Joe, Big Moon Dog Punisher / Big
Thursday, September 28th, 1995 (MF Grimm, Kool G Rap)
Thursday, October 26th, 1995 (DJ Roc Raida, Necro, Sabac, Goretex, MC Serch)
Thursday, November 2nd, 1995 (KRS-One, Lord Finesse, Supernatural)
Thursday, December 28th, 1995 (The X-Men)
Thursday, November 23rd, 1995 (Boot Camp Clik)


Thursday, February 22nd, 1996 (Raggedy Man)
Thursday, March 28th, 1996 (Arsonists)
Thursday, May 16th, 1996
Thursday, June 6th, 1996 (Quincy Jones)
Thursday, July 4th, 1996 (DJ Eclipse)
Thursday, July 25th, 1996 (Adagio, Mr. Live, Tony Bones)
Thursday, October 24th, 1996 (King T, Buckshot & Steele, Indelible MCs)
Thursday, October 31st, 1996 (Siah & Yeshua DapoED, Ken Boogaloo)
Thursday, December 5th, 1996 (Ak Skills)


Thursday, January 2nd, 1997
Thursday, January 16th, 1997 (Artifacts)
Thursday, January 23rd, 1997 (Rawcotiks, Sir Menelik)
Thursday, March 13th, 1997 (Nitty Gritty, Mr. Complex)
Thursday, March 20th, 1997 (Crustified Dibbs / R.A. the Rugged Man)
Thursday, May 1st, 1997 (Shabaam Sahdeeq)
Thursday, July 10th, 1997 (Siah & Yeshua DapoED, Scienz of Life, Cage, Necro, Ill Bill)
Thursday, July 24th, 1997 (Tha Alkaholiks, Psycho Les)
Thursday, August 7th, 1997 (DJ Eclipse)
Thursday, August 21st, 1997 (Home Field Advantage, Organized Konfusion, Lord Finesse, The X-Men)


Thursday, January 15th, 1998 (All City)
Thursday, February 5th, 1998 (Tame One, DJ Honda)
Thursday, February 19th, 1998 (Megahertz, Supernatural)
Thursday, February 26th, 1998 (Outsidaz, Black Thought, Common, Pharoahe Monch, Absolute)
Thursday, March 26th, 1998 (Smif-N-Wessun / Cocoa Brovas)
Thursday, June 4th, 1998
Thursday, June 11th, 1998 (Danny Hoch, Kardinal Offishal)
Thursday, June 18th, 1998 (Canibus, DMX, Noreaga / N.O.R.E.)
Thursday, June 25th, 1998
Thursday, July 16th, 1998 (Cam'Ron, Stan Spit, Q-Tip, The Council, Big Jaz)
Thursday, July 23rd, 1998 (Click Tha Supah Latin, Diezzle Don, Tha Govna, Roz Noble, Scratch, Black Thought, High & Mighty)
Thursday, August 6th, 1998 (Saafir, Moodswingaz)
Thursday, August 13th, 1998 (Big Meal, Dirty Rat, Big L)
Thursday, August 20th, 1998 (Camp Lo, Mr. Live, Tony Bones, Missinג€™ Linx, Eminem & Royce Da 5ג€™9ג€)
Thursday, September 10th, 1998 (Dynasty, 730 Click, DJ Homicide)
Thursday, September 17th, 1998 (Willie Stubz)
Thursday, September 24th, 1998 (Black Rob, La the Darkman, Shottie Screwface, Tony Touch)
Thursday, October 8th, 1998, (Non-Phixion, Necro, Ghetto Inmates, Johnny Blanco, Capital D)
Thursday, November 12th, 1998
Thursday, November 19th, 1998 (Rahsheed, Chief Kamachi, Defari)

The Hot 97 Original Air Dates:


Sunday, February 18th, 1996
Sunday, June 9th, 1996 (Natural Elements)
Sunday, June 16th, 1996 (Heltah Skeltah)
Sunday, July 21st, 1996 (Nine)
Sunday, September 29th, 1996 (Royal Flush, Da Bush Babees)


Sunday, January 19th, 1997 (Mad Skillz)
Sunday, February 9th, 1997 (The Arsonists)
Sunday, March 23rd, 1997 (DJ Premier)
Sunday, August 24st, 1997 (DJ Mighty Mi)
Sunday, August 31st, 1997 (DJ Premier)
Sunday, September 14th, 1997
Sunday, October 5th, 1997 (Common)
Sunday, October 12th, 1997
Sunday, December 21st, 1997


Sunday, March 15th, 1998 (DJ Premier, Black Attack, Problems, Al Tariq)
Sunday, April 5th, 1998 (Scratch of The Roots)
Sunday, June 14th, 1998 (Powerrule, Rahzel)
Sunday, July 19th, 1998 (Black Star)
Sunday, August 2nd, 1998 (Non-Phixion)
Sunday, August 9th, 1998 (Brand Nubian)
Sunday, August 16th, 1998 (Saafir, Jigmastas)
Sunday, September 13th, 1998 (Heltah Skeltah)
Sunday, September 27th, 1998 (Kool Keith, XZibit, Darkman)
Sunday, October 11th, 1998 (Eminem)
Sunday, November 8th, 1998 (Darkman)
Sunday, November 15th, 1998 (KT)
Sunday, November 22nd, 1998 (Olג€™ Dirty Bastard, RZA)


Sunday, January 10th, 1999 (Black Moon)


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Here's where I got that information (though it's cited a bunch of places now): ... serch.html

I believe that he's saying that Two Kings in a Cipher was the same night as MC Serch but I'm unable to be sure.

And just to clarify for everyone, we are looking for complete rips of full shows (not freestyle compilations or demos this time, that's for another thread).

If we don't have a whole show then partials can and should be used as placeholders until (hopefully) a better version surfaces. Also, if you have two copies, one with sides A and B and one with split tracks, post both if you can because people have different preferences (and sometimes like to collect both).

This thread is meant to focus on what is retroactively known as the Stretch Armstrong & Bobbito (radio) show (which took place from late 1990 to '98) though I'm sure CM Famalam shows and shows with Stretch and / or Bob filling in on Hot 97 would be appreciated as well. Or perhaps that's another thread also.

Nonetheless, the point is Stretch & Bob, '90 through '98, post 'em up (and try to give credit to the blogger, poster, ripper or uploader if you can).

I will try to continually edit in the highest quality and most complete rips so long as people are posting them and / or they are still being found online.

RELM wrote:
It would be great if we could get full shows, talking included. Props to Verge & Big Sleep.

Thanks, that is the plan (and the goal).

And thanks to all of those who have, are or are going to provide rips and / or information for us and this thread.

Unless a more complete copy has already been provided, don't worry about the fact that the show recorded isn't the full one (or that the quality isn't great or whatever).

Dates (even general, year estimates / ballparks) are going to be really important for the chronology of this project to truly show through, so even if you have nothing else to help out with, this aspect of the history is essential for what we are trying to do.

Also if you remember someplace online that links to Stretch & Bob shows let us know.

I'm happy to help organize this but that's about all I can actually do (other than search), I definitely can't do this single handedly.

Links will have to be reupped, tracks will have to be I.D.ed, shows will have to be ripped / upped / posted and information will have to be given out.

In the meantime I'll continue to scour the forums (and elsewhere online) for what's already readily available.

October 28th, 1993 (Aged to Perfection Show)


Featuring Nasty NaS, Big L & Herb McGruff.

Disc I:

Redman ג€“ A Day of Sooperman Luva
Eric Sermon ג€“ Da Hype
Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth ג€“ One in a Million
Black Thought ג€“ What the Fuck You Rhyming For? (Stretch Armstrong Mix)
K-Solo ג€“ On Da Mic
Akinyele ג€“ Check It Out
NaS & Grand Wizard ג€“ '93 Interview & Freestyle
NaS ג€“ Halftime
NaS ג€“ It Ainג€™t Hard to Tell
Black Moon ג€“ How Many MCs Must Get Dissed (Stretch Armstrong Mix)
Queen Latifah ג€“ Run Away
Nice & Smooth ג€“ How Many Times
Main Source ג€“ Friendly Game of Baseball
Big Daddy Kane ג€“ Raw
EPMD ג€“ My Thing
Q-Tip ג€“ Shield
Souls of Mischief ג€“ Take the Time

Disc II:

Big L & Herb McGruff ג€“ '93 Interview & Freestyle
Big L ג€“ No Endz, No Skinz
Black Moon ג€“ Act Like U Want It (Stretch Armstrong Mix)
Ultramagnetic MCs ג€“ Raise It Up
Redman ג€“ Tonightג€™s Da Night (Stretch Armstrong Mix)
Das EFX ג€“ Freak It (Stretch Armstrong Mix)
A Tribe Called Quest ג€“ Award Tour
Nice & Smooth ג€“ U Got It
Grim Reaper & B1 ג€“ Interview & Freestyle
Souls of Mischief ג€“ ג€™93 ג€˜til Infinity
Eric B & Rakim ג€“ Keep the Mic Hot
Notorious B.I.G. (Biggie Smalls) ג€“ Party & Bullshit (Stretch Armstrong Mix)


Featuring the 8 Iz Enuff / NFL (Niggas for Life) Crew, Lord Digga.

Side A:

Kurious - Uptown Shit
Black Moon - I Gotcha Opin
YZ - Ghettoג€™s Been Good to Me
Big L - ג€™94 8 Iz Enuff Freestyle ft. Killa Kam, Murda Mase, Bloodshed, Herb McGruff, Buddah Bless, Terra & Big Twan
Wu-Tang Clan - C.R.E.A.M.
Tha Dogg Pound - Niggaz Donג€™t Give a Fuck
Jeru the Damaja - Come Clean
Lord Digga - ג€™94 Freestyle

Side B:

Notorious B.I.G. - Somebody Gotta Die
Serge - Both Sides (Demo)
Erick Sermon - Run This Muthafucka? ft. Hurricane G
Kurious - Baby Bust It ft. Lord Sear
Shyheim - On & On Remix
Lord Digga - Bust a Nut (Demo)
The Jerky Boys - Ahmed the Taxi Driver Phone Call & Freestyle
A Tribe Called Quest - God Lives Through
KRS-One - Hip Hop vs. Rap

(Summer of) 1998

Featuring Big Meal, Dirty Rat, Big L.

(No tracklisting, yet. Features the Big L '98 Freestyle.)

The first one is two links, split tracks and complete (though a side A and B version does exist and I'll post that up too once I find it) and I don't know who originally ripped it, it's up on a couple sites other than mine. The second and third ones are side A and B and aren't complete but the original upload / links were courtesy of forums members Andyman187 and sen. ... 94_10.html

and ... &start=330

Right now I'm just copying and pasting (mostly from the mixtapes, blends and vintage radio sticky in T.R.O.Y.) so if links don't work (or are purposefully excluded) then they'll have to be reupped:

1993 ... Part_1.mp3 ... Part_2.mp3


(page six of the mixtapes sticky)

May 21st, 1993 ... Part_1.mp3 ... Part_2.mp3


(page seven of the mixtapes sticky)

August 20th, 1993 ... Part_1.mp3 ... Part_2.mp3


(page seven of the mixtapes sticky)

1994 ... Part_1.mp3 ... Part_2.mp3


(page six of the mixtapes sticky) ... _Part1.mp3 ... _Part2.mp3 ... _Part3.mp3 ... _Part4.mp3


(page seven of the mixtapes sticky)

IG Off and Kwest the Maad Lad

Shyheim- On & On remix, Scientific & Ed OG- As Long as You Know, MOP- How About Some Hardcore, Strictly Roots- Begs No Friends, jazz interlude (no clue), N-Tyce- Hush Hush Tip, Tribe- G-d Lives Through, Jungle Brothers- On the Road Again, not sure- dope though- sounds familiar but can't catch it, Queen Latifah joint, KRS One- Mortal Thought, LONS- Spontaneous, Method Man- Method Man remix, Kurious- Uptown Shit, RunDMC- Can I Get it Yo, Biggie ft. Mary- What's the 411 remix, Down South- Southern Comfort, Heiroglyphics joint, Whodini- All Comes Down to the Money, Lakim Shabazz- When A Wise Man Speaks, little talking- show over- Jazzman show after starts at 1:13:15- 31 minutes of jazz- frist track is In a Sentimental Mood by Ellington and Coltrane- dopeness, followed by no clue


(page five of the mixtapes sticky)

June 23rd, 1994

dirty waters ... highlight=

July 7th, 1994

Featuring Mobb Deep, Funky Jilz.

serch4beatz ... highlight=


dirty waters ... highlight= ... hixion.mp3

01.freestyle - mass vinyl rappers ( ? )
02.akinyele - put it in your mouth
03.pop megga - raw
04.juggaknots - clear blue skies
05.ill mentality - luvin u 4 days lo - coolie high rmx (with michael jackson sample )
07.fat joe feat. raekwon - firewater
08.smoothe da hustlah - murdafest
09.lace da booms - cut that weak shit the darkman feat. raekwon - as the world turns
11.non phixion - no tomorrow
12.freestyle stuff with non phixion
13.cella dwellas - wussdaplan
14. ?


(page eight of the mixtapes sticky) ... -_1995.mp3


(page sixteen of the mixtapes sticky)

June 16th, 1995

Side A

Mobb Deep - The Start of Your Ending
Finsta Bundy - Bomb Shit
Method Man - The Riddler
KRS - One - Ah Yeah (remix)
Mobb Deep - Temperature's Risin'
AZ - Rather Unique
Grand Puba - Little of This
L Swift - How it's Goin' Down
Mic Geronimo - Masta I.C

Side B

Heltah Skeltah - Let the Madness Begin
Rakim - I Get Visual
Mic Break
Raekwon - Criminology
Mobb Deep - About to Get Hectic
Mad Skills - Skills in '95
Inspectah Deck (Wu tang Clan) - Let Me At Them
Notorious B.I.G - Wickedest
Junior Mafia - Player's Anthem
AZ - Sugar Hill
AZ Freestyle

dirty waters ... c&start=30


Featuring Akinyele. ... 6-jamo.mp3


(page eight of the mixtapes sticky)

For Stretch & Bob compilations or CM Famalam shows check the mixtapes sticky or this thread:

For various best ofs and compilations, Hot 97 guest hosting and CM Famalam shows go to:

Since I haven't downloaded everything and I'm just trying to establish a rough order of what we have and don't have at the moment there may be (probably is) duplicates here and there. And Iג€™m not even gonna bother posting actual the download links themselves yet because a lot of these (dating back to 2007) are gonna be long dead (though you can check on the blogs / sites for yourself for now), but here goes more copy and paste (from the above resources):

November 18th, 1992

Features Casual, Kool Keith.

recogthereal ... asual.html ... al_05.html


June 10th, 1993

Features Black Moon, Smif-N-Wessun.

recogthereal ... black.html ... ck_04.html


Features Rosie Perez, Natural Elements.

recogthereal ... rosie.html

April 7th, 1994

dirty waters ... -1994.html

June 23rd, 1994

recogthereal ... 62394.html

July 7th, 1994

Features Mobb Deep.

recogthereal ... -mobb.html

October 14th, 1994

Features Common Sense.

recogthereal ... ommon.html


(5 Year Anniversary.)

recogthereal ... -year.html ... ar_03.html ... _9304.html


recogthereal ... -1995.html


Features DJ Riz.

Side A

1) Company Flow
2) Cypress Hill
3) Raekwon
4) Q-Tip
5) Nas Instrumental
6) Mobb Deep
7) Pharcyde
8) Alps Cru
9) Funkdoobiest

Side B

1) Das Efx (Pete Rock Remix)
2) Fat Joe
3) Intermission
4) MF Grimm
5) Juggaknots
6) Godfather Don
7) S.O.S & Phife Dog
8) Omniscense
9) Supernatural
10) Company Flow
11) Mr Live, Tony Bones & Prince Po
12) Constant Deviants

dirty waters ... n-899.html

May 11th, 1995

Features Whodis.

1) Q-Tip - Glamour & Glitz
2) Ro0ts - Mieso
3) Raekwon - Freestyle (Mad Ism)
4) Jughead Freestyle
5) Fab 5 - Leflah
6) Das Efx - Dedicated
7) Money Boss Players - Player's Pinnacle
8) Powerrule - Dawn to Dusk
9) Tucka Da Huntaman - What Goes Up
10) Ten Thieves -
11) Mobb Deep - Give Up The Goods

dirty waters ... -1995.html

June 15th, 1995

Features AZ.

Side A
1. Mobb Deep - The Start of Your Ending
2. Finsta Bundy - Bomb Shit
3. Method Man - The Riddler
4. KRS - One - Ah Yeah (remix)
5. Mobb Deep - Temperature's Risin'
6. AZ - Rather Unique
7. Grand Puba - Little of This
8. L Swift - How it's Goin' Down
9. Mic Geronimo - Masta I.C
Side B
1. Heltah Skeltah - Let the Madness Begin
2. Rakim - I Get Visual
3. Mic Break
4. Raekwon - Criminology
5. Mobb Deep - About to Get Hectic
6. Mad Skills - Skills in '95
7. Inspectah Deck (Wu tang Clan) - Let Me At Them
8. Notorious B.I.G - Wickedest
9. Junior Mafia - Player's Anthem
10. AZ - Sugar Hill
11. AZ Freestyle

dirty waters
recogthereal ... 61595.html ... -1995.html

December 28th, 1995

Featuring The X-Men.

...Bobbito's Set
1) Erick Sermon - Focus
2) Fat Joe - Fat Joe's in Town
3) Group Home - 2000
4) Genious - Duel of the Iron Mic
5) All City - Metro Theme
6) Mic Geronimo - The Natural (Clark Kent Remix)
7) The Wixtons - Up Jump The Boogie
8) Choclair - Twenty One Years
9) Pitch Black - Hold it Down
10) Hilfiguz - Break it On Down
11) Kapone - In The Mix
12) Company Flow - Bad Touch Example
13) Cenubites - How the F*#K You Get A Deal
14) Ultimate Force - I'm not Playin
15) De La Soul - Change In Speak
16) Ultramagnetic MC's - Ease Back
17) Mic Break
...Mr Sinista's Set
18) Marley Marl - The Symphony
19) Masters of Ceremony - Sexy
20) Special Ed/Common Sense
21) Public Enemy - Rebel Without A Pause
22) Ill Distraction - No MC's
23) ?
24) Triflicts - Genuine
25) Mr Sinista routines (Artifacts, SWAT, Das Efx)
26) Mic Break
27) Cracker Jax Freestyles
...Rob Swift's Set
28) Public Enemy/ MC Shan - The Bridge
29) Boogie Down Productions - South Bronx
30) LL Cool J - Dear Evette
31) Kool G Rap - It's a Demo
32) B Boys - Girls
33) Stetsasonic - Go Stetsa Go
34) Ultramagnetic MC's - MC's Ultra
35) Bad Boys - Oh Veronica
36) Rob Swift Routine (Biz Markie)
37) Genesis Freestyles

dirty waters ... -1995.html

July 1996

Features Mr. Live, Tony Bones.

dirty waters ... bones.html

July 25th, 1996

Features Adagio.

dirty waters ... bones.html

September 29th, 1996

Features Royal Flush, Da Bush Babees.

1) Royal Flush - Rotten Apple
2) M.F. Grimm - Get Down
3) Akinyele - Love me For Free
4) Dutchmin - Surrounded
5) Shabaam Sediq - It Could Happen
6) Royal Flush Interview/Freestyle
7) Royal Flush - Iced Down Medallions
8) M.O.P. - Brownsville
9) Thrust - Lights, Camera, Action
10) Bush Babies Interview/Freestyle
11) Gauge - Cranium
12) Mr.Live - Relax Yaself
13) Heltah Skeltah - Place to Be
14) Company Flow - Population Control
15) M.F. Grimm - Emotions
16) Hilfiguz -
17) Royal Flush - Worldwide
18) Money Boss Players - Walk With the Limp

dirty waters
recogthereal ... arber.html ... royal.html

October 1996

Features Siah & Yeshua daPoED, Ken Bugaloo.

dirty waters

December 1996

Features AK Skills.

dirty waters


Features Company Flow.

recogthereal ... mpany.html

January 17th, 1997

Features Artifacts.

recogthereal ... ow_28.html

January 23rd, 1997

Featuring Rawcotiks, Sir Menelik.


July 1997

Features Siah & Yeshua daPoED.

dirty waters

July 24th, 1997

Features Tha Alkaholiks.

recogthereal ... -show.html

August 21st, 1997

Featuring Home Field Advantage, Organized Konfusion, Lord Finesse, The X-Men. ... -show.html ... nesse.html

August 31st, 1997

Featuring DJ Premier.

01-brick city kids
02-Connecticut Kartel - All Out
03-I-Power-Unda the sun
04 Gangstarr-So wassup
05-MOP Ride
06-Rakim-been a longtime
07-Medina Green-cross town beef
08. De La Soul - Channel No. Fever (Men In Black Soundtrack)
09-Common Sense-1 2 Many
10. Brand Nubian - Keep It Bubblin'
11-Lady of rage-Some shit
12-Boot Camp Clik-Illa Noyz
13-Gangstarr-you know my steez
14-Sir Menelik and Kool Keith-space cadillac
15-DNA-bronx criminal county
16-Wu all stars-soul in the the hole
17-Organized Konfusion-somehow someway
18-Bumpy Knuckles and OC-win the g
19-DITC-the enemy 97
20-Mista Meaner-a tru z
21-Xzibit-LA times


February 5th, 1998

Features Tame One, DJ Honda.

Side A- Tame One freestyle over Funky Child, Sir Menelik joint, not sure, Nice & Smooth joint, not sure, Mass Influence?, Reflection Eternal "Manifesto", Mobb Deep ft. KRS One, Organized, DJ Honda ft. De La, Diamond ft. Sadat X- Feel it (such a dope record), Neek the Exotic ft. Large Pro "Exotic's Raw"- JOKES

Side B- Rakim "Saga Begins", O.C. & Main One "Can We Get Down", DJ Honda ft. Black Attack, freestyle and talk with the Counsil, Das Efx joint, Mad Skillz "Lick the Balls", not sure, La Darkman "Heist of the Century", Mr. Complex joint, Defari joint?, Cam "357" quarter of it


August 20th, 1998

Features Camp Lo, Mr. Live, Tony Bones, Missinג€™ Linx, Eminem & Royce Da 5ג€™9ג€.

Camp Lo -
2) Camp Lo Freestyle
3) Camp Lo -
5) Gangstarr - The Militia Remix (featuring WC & Rakim)
6) De La Soul & Ini & Pete Rock - Stay Away
7) High & Mighty - Mind, Soul & Body
8) Mr Live & Tony Bones Freestyles
9) Prince Poetry - ?
10) Pete Rock - True Master (featuring Inspectah Deck & Kurupt)
11) Missin' Linx Freestyles
12) Eminem - My Name is
13) Eminem & Royce 5'9 Freestyles
14) Scaramanga - Special Efx (featuring Godfather Don)
15) Diesel Don & The Govna - Ghetto Red Hot (featuring Redman)

dirty waters ... -1998.html


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depending on how many you end up with, this could be worthy of a seperate blog/website.

this is the only full tape I have ripped, from November 95 with Group Home in the studio. ... -1995.html

I've got another dated Feb 19th 98 with Bobbito & Lord Sear hosting with Copyright/MhZ and Supernatural in the studio.

hoping to get some more this year.

this blog might be worth keeping an eye on . I left a comment mentioning this thread.

March 20th 1997 ... -1997.html

August 7th 1997 ... -1997.html ... -1998.html

thats the one with Supernatural & Megahertz in the studio.

I also found a tape marked 'Stretch & Bobbito - first Hot 97 show' from 96.

its not the best as its an 'end of side a/start of side b' tape but I'll try and edit it together so its half decent.


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Here's a few more to add..

July 25 1996 Ft Adagio, Mr Live & Tony Bones ... fm-07.html

This Tape is from the same show Nes dropped @ Dirty Waters but his Tape starts off about 1/2 the way through the B-Side on my Tape.

August 21 1997 ... 21-97.html

Pretty sure this is a different recording of the show dropped on recogthereal..

Jan 18 1998 Ft All City ... 15-98.html


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Eclipse & Bobbito 4th july 1996 (No guests)

Side a

company flow - population control
The Arsonists - aeiou
High & Mighty - Hands on experience
Saurkrates - Father time
Mr Live - Relax ya self
Oc & Poops - A clear day
Shadez of Brooklyn - Change
Hi Tech & J treds - Weak minds
Adagio - The obvious Joint
Godfather Don - Properties of steel
Finsta Bundy - Feel The High (edited in-verge)

Side b

Wake up show anthem
Siah & Yeshua dapo ed - The visualz
Juggaknots - Clear blue skies
Adagio - Ass & Benifits
The Cenubites - Lex lugor
Kool Moe Dee - Go See The Doctor (edited in- verge)
Percee P - Let the homicides begin
Dismasters - Small time hustler
YZ - In control of things
Lakim Shabazz - When a wise man speaks
Main Source - watch roger do his thing
Powerule - Smooth (edited in - verge)
Ultramagnetic Mc's - Ease back
Dueces Wild - Five Times The Rhymer (id'ed by Ho1ogramz)
Kev-E-Kev & AK-B - Listen To The Man (edited in - verge)
Black Rock & Ron - Getting large

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I didn't see this one on the list TheBigSleep posted, so here goes,

02.22.96, 70+ minutes long, pretty sure there is a raggedy man freestyle at the start.

Just adding to this magnificent thread, don't think this has been posted in here yet,

Stretch Armstrong & Bobbito-Hot97 DJ Premier 03.24.97 ... n-hot.html


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Verge wrote:
Big Sleep, let me know of any ways I can pitch in here. I hate to put all that work on you.

Also, I wouldn't worry about the Hot 97 ones for now.

I can't really think of anything other than search through your computer and through Google (including Google Reader). And I'm not really doing all that much, it's the uploaders that are puttin' in work and makin' this happen. I'm just the organization man.

You and Ho1o make a nearly unstoppable (and quick) track identification team and that's equally appreciated because I sure as hell wouldn't be able to think up the groups / artists and titles that fast (or at all in a bunch o' cases).

I think people who want to contribute should do what they can to keep adding shows and information (dates, guests and eventually tracklistings) and everybody should just gravitate towards their particular specialties or whatever makes helping out with this project fun for them.

Word, that's what I was thinking, there aren't many Hot 97 shows ripped out there anyway so we can always add those in later.

Thanks for the fourth of July show RELM and for the Raggedy Man show jamo (can someone verify that he is indeed a guest that day or at least tell me to remove his name if he isnג€™t?. I'm too caught up in everything to be downloading all these shows right now. Plus I think I need a whole extra drive for all this shit).

And thanks again jamo for savinג€™ me from further backtracking later on. (I purposely skipped that show when I went through recogthereal because apparently weג€™re starting off with just the official WKCR 89.9 FM Stretch Armstrong & Bobbito shows. Keepin' it simple, to start at least.)

But if people wanna start adding those in the thread too, that'll make those shows easier to compile (in a different list) down the road as well. No CM Famalam shows in here for now though, there's at least a handful of those out there already so that's a whole 'nother separate project for a different time, most likely in a different thread.

Here's a Hot 97 Show (February 18th, 1996): ... -live.html ... 6.mp3.html

And here's some links for dates I mentioned before:

May 21st, 1993 ... bbito.html ... Part_1.mp3

and ... Part_2.mp3

August 20th, 1993 ... bbito.html ... Part_1.mp3

and ... Part_2.mp3

September 15th, 1994 ... -1994.html ... 4-jamo.rar

Newly added dates:

February 22nd, 1996 (Raggedy Man)
July 4th, 1996 (DJ Eclipse)


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Ok, i got some more stretch and bob i have uploaded but it would be good if someone could confirm the dates would be correct from tracks played as i can not remember where i got these 2 files from.

The 1st one KCR S&B 01.13.94 features a freestyle from mr. eon

The 2nd one seems to have been edited in parts to maybe cut out some of the chatter and also features stretch playing some old instrumentals and breaks in between the normal hip hop stuff. This one is labelled as KCR S&B 10.14.93 but i'm pretty sure its probably 94.

Last but not least, Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito-11-11-93 (89.9 FM)-2CD, features Kool Keith, O.C., Large Professor, and Monch in the studio.


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This is the last Stretch & Bobbito Cassette I have...

Stretch Armstrong & Bobbito - WKCR 89.9FM (03-02-95)

Ft Ol Dirty, Buddah Monk, 12 O'Clock, A.G., Ghetto Dwellas & The B.U.M.S.!


Side A:

1. Smif-N-Wessun - Sound Bwoy Buriell
2. Lord Finesse - Check The Method
3. Announcements Over Check The Method
4. Red Hot Lover Tone - 4 My Peeps (Remix)
5. E.Bros - Funky Piano
6. Lord Digga - Can U Feel It
7. Channel Live - Reprogram
8. Diamond D - With The Dope Sound
9. Showbiz & A.G. - Next Level (Nyte Tyme Mix)
10. A.G. & Ghetto Dwellas - Interview + Freestyle Over Put It On (Remix)

Side B:

1. Big L - Put It On (Remix Instr)
2. Jr Mafia - Players Anthem
3. LL Cool J - No Airplay (Dirty Version)
4. Gang Starr - Doe In Advance
5. Ol Dirty Bastard - 36 Chambers (The Dirty Version) Preview
- Intro
- Shimmy Shimmy Ya
- Baby C'Mon
- Brooklyn Zoo
6. Ol Dirty Bastard - Promo + Freestyle Ft Buddah Monk & 12 O'Clock Over Shook Ones Pt 2
7. Channel Live - Mad Izm (Remix)
8. B.U.M.S - Elevation
9. B.U.M.S. - Promo + Freestyle ... fm-03.html


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Eventually the end goal is to have all the links and / or files of all the shows gathered together in one place with full and verified information, yes.

We still have a long way to go and we are running out of the already posted information and MP3s that have been offered up over the last several years.

I hope that at least a few people step up and continue to offer even more for us all, including people like Stretch & Bob themselves, who are both cool with this(, the idea of having mixtapes and / or radio shows put online or distributed freely) so there's really no reason to hold back from posting 'em if you can.

jamo, maybe this is where one of the shows you grabbed / have is originally from?: ... 0-min.html

jamo609 wrote:
TheBigSleep, yes thats it. The other one i posted at the same time might be from there too??

edit: ... 6-min.html


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the note included in it says it's probably from October '94

The Stretch & Bobbito Show
Exact air date unknown, probably October 1994
4th Anniversary Show

Source: WKCR *FM* > *VHS* (audio) > SB-Live *Analog* In > Cool Edit > CDWave > SHN

Notes: this is an FM recording and the original had a good bit of static on it.
I used the Cool Edit click/pop filter to reduce the static, and normalized to 100%.
I think it sounds a lot better as a result. This isn't a super hi-fi recording,
but it has some SICK rhyming that needs to be heard, especially the live Brand
Nubian/Maestro Manny freestyling on d1t11-16

Disc 1: (73:32)
1. Stretch & Bobbito Shout-Outs (0:36)
2. Jeru the Damaja "Can't Stop the Prophet" (5:32)
3. Keith Murray "The Most Beautifulest Thing" (3:15)
4. Inf (?) & Biggie Smalls (9:22) @
5. Pete Rock & CL Smooth (3:53)
6. Nas "It Ain't Hard To Tell" (4:48)
7. ? (1:23)
8. Little Dap & The Group Home (3:57)
9. Brand Nubian f/Notorious BIG "Come On" (4:00)
10. Brand Nubian (2:54)
11. Freestyle: Brand Nubian > # (2:46)
12. Maestro Manny > # (1:04)
13. Brand Nubian > # (2:28)
14. Maestro Manny > # (1:22)
15. Brand Nubian > # (2:46)
16. Maestro Manny > Shout-Outs # (2:54)
17. ? (0:37)
18. Lord Finesse (3:25)
19. Slick Rick (2:48)
20. Brand Nubian & Notorious BIG "Come On" (4:42)
21. Tha Alkaholics (4:01)
22. Nas "It Ain't Hard to Tell" (4:45)

Disc 2: (69:06)
1. Wu Tang Clan (2:47)
2. ? (4:14)
3. Redman f/Keith Murray (3:12)
4. Showbiz & A.G. (3:45)
5. Crusitifed Dibbs (3:17)
6. Keith Murray "The Most Beautifulest Thing" (3:07)
7. ? (3:38)
8. Stretch & Bobbito > (1:59)
9. Milk freestyle > # (2:03)
10. Milk interview # (4:47)
11. Milk "Gettin' Laid & Gettin' Paid" (2:56)
12. Beastie Boys f/Milk (3:27)
13. Cellar Dwellers (9:02)
14. Rhythm Blunts (4:55)
15. ? (3:49)
16. Brand Nubian "Word Is Bond" (3:34)
17. Black Sheep (4:23)
18. Notorious BIG w/Crustified Dibbs (2:19)
19. (1:37)

Disc 3: (46:14)
1. Stretch & Bobbito w/RA from Crustified Dibbs > # (6:14)
2. R.A. > # (2:10)
3. Stretch & Bobbito w/RA # (9:10)
4. Artifacts f/Busta Rhymes (3:03)
5. Pete Rock & CL Smooth (4:05)
6. 3:29
7. 3:20
8. 2:46
9. Mobb Deep (5:03)
10. Gang Starr (3:20)
11. Diamond D (3:18)

@ = this might be two different songs
# = Live in the studio that night!
$ = this interview makes d1 overtime. You can fit it all on an 80,
or leave out the interview and fit all the music on a 74




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Dat_Triflin_Ass_Dude wrote:

I'm pretty sure those 2 shows are linked in this thread already, but the more links the better. Good looks on the (02.26.98) tape, looking forward to hearing that!!!!

I tried to do a track list for 21.05.93 (Hooliganz and RA The Rugged Man in the studio)

21.05.93 - Side A
01. Fat Joe - Flow Joe
02. Masta Ace - Saturday Night Live (goes a bit quiet half way through)
03. Instrumental
04. Pharcyde - Passin me by
05. Ultimate Force - I'm Not Playin'
06. Jungle Brothers - The Promo
07. Boogie Down Productions - Poetry
08. Main Source - Think
09. Nice And Smooth - Early To Rise
10. Dana Dane - Nightmares
11. ??????
12. ??????
13. New Edition - Once In A Lifetime Groove??
14. Bobbito Chats
15. Hooliganz Freestyle

21.05.93 - Side B
01. Akinyele - Dear Diary
02. Bobbito chats
03. Red Eyed Crew Freestyle (Unsigned Hype Winners)
04. Pete Rock & C L Smooth - It's not A Game
05. Positive K - ???
06. Mobb Deep - Hold Down The fort
07. Erick Sermon - Hittin' Switches
08. Souls Of Mischief - Thats When Ya Lost
09. Bobbito chats
10. RA The Rugged Man Freestyle
11. Run DMC - Can I get It Yo
12. Akinyele - Ak Ha Ha!
13. Grand Puba - Ya Know How It Goes


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02/26/98 Tracklist

01. Louis Armstrong - Cheesecake
02. Boulevard Connection[Tame One, El Da Sensai, DJ Kaos] - Haagen Daz
03. N.O.N-E.quation - Transparent
04. Shabaam Sahdeeq - 5 Star Generals [ft. A.L., Eminem, Kwest, Skam]
05. Ugly Duckling - Freshmode
06. N.Y. Confidential - Backstabbed
07. Rakim - When I'm Flowin'
08. Common - Making A Name For Ourselves [ft. Canibus]
09. Pitch Black - Politikin'
10. Funky DL - Pink Panther
11. Scienz Of Life - Da Powers Of Non Ether [Intergalactic Remix]
12. M.F. Doom - Dead Bent [12" version]
13. Company Flow - Last Good Sleep
14. Outsidaz - Rain Or Shine
15. Styles Of Beyond - Survival Tactics
16. Polyrhythm Addicts - Not Your Ordinary [og version]
17. Funkdoobiest - On The Premises
18. Freestyles - Outsidaz
19. Freestyles - Black Thought, Common, Pharoah Monch, Absolute
20. Louis Armstrong - Cheesecake


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Stretch_And_Bobbito-WKCR_15_September_1994-TAPE-1994 Part 1
01. Group Home - Superstar
02. Gangstarr - The ? Remains
03. The Alkoholics - Damn!!!
04. Scientifik - I Got planz Ft. Diamond D
05. Brand Nubian - Word Is Bond
06. Keith Murray - The Most Beautifullest Thing In This World
07. Instrumental
08. Common Sense - I Used to Love H.E.R.
09. Beatnuts - Get Funky
10. Shyheim a.k.a. the Rugged Child - One's For the Money
11. Nas Ft. AZ - Lifes A Bitch

Stretch_And_Bobbito-WKCR_15_September_1994-TAPE-1994 Part 2
01. Nas Ft. AZ - Lifes A Bitch
02. Artifacts - C'mon Wit Da Get Down
03. Craig Mack - Funk Wit Da Style
04. OC - Born to Live
05. Biggie - Machine Gun Funk
06. PMD - Steppin' Thru Hardcore
07. Bas Blasta - Dangerous
08. Big L - Put It On
09. Mobb Deep - Shook Ones
10. Mobb Deep - Shook Ones / Biggie - Unbelievable Blend

TheBigSleep wrote:
February 5th, 1998

Found this nice cover here, ... 98-02.html



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I don't specifically remember which joint i got off which blog. There's too many to mention, but props should be given where props is due, so props to all those blogs for droppin these gems.

now back to the scheduled broadcasting:


one of my fav's, mad long at about over 3 1/2 hrs total. Here's what stretch wrote regarding this one:

What's sup kiddies? I had to dip out of town again, and the files
that I wanted to post are too big to take with me and even attempt
to post from a hotel room. Served up for your listening pleasure are
parts 1 and 2 of a slamingo KCR episode from June 6th, 1993, a little
more than 14 years ago. By this point in time, Black Moon had already
come out as a new group to take seriously. I regret not having shown
up to the video shoot for "Who Got The Props?", especially since they
bigged up me (and Bob) at the end of the record. That bugged me out,
for real- to hear my name on wax! (You laptop serato youngsters don't
know how easy you have it.) Anyway, it would be cool to go to youtube
on my new iphone and watch "Who Got The Props" with my cameo...but it
just ain't so. So...on this show Black Moon was scheduled to come up,
and they were bringing Smiff-M-Wessun who we hadn't known yet. But they
left an indelible mark on my ears after ripping shit lovely that night.
This had me amped. You'll also enjoy it when I threw on LL Cool J "Back
Seat of My Jeep," probably to annoy Bobbito. There's another live
appearance by a group named N-Tense of which I have no recollection.
On Part 2, you hear a funny musical episode that was recorded in my
bedroom on a hot summer day, featuring muddy, echoed-out vocals by
Reef, Ghetto Communicator, Bonz Malone and Cage. 4, 5, 6 and Justice
League was in effect, and the sound of the bong is real. And so is
the static.

This was early enough in our radio "career" to actually worry about
profanity. Haha- that's funny.


stretch's comments:

My man Diplo just hipped me to a video of Herbie Hancock in the
studio showing Quincy Jones how he uses the Fairlight synthesizer
and other super early sequencers and synths. I immediately went
looking for the KCR show when Quincy was a guest in '96. He came
up with the old homies from the Steve Rifkind Company (Steve,
Jon, Modjoe...) and apparently they had been hitting some clubs,
cause Q was lit, and honestly, seemed to have no clue why he was
at a college radio station at 3 in the a.m. with a rag tag crew
of deliquents. We opened the phone lines, some funny moments
ensued, as did a few that were slightly awkward. But Quincy was
a sport and stuck around for the long haul. I saw him a few weeks
later at Spy Bar, went up to him and shook his hand and reminded
him how we had met, while he looked at me like I was an alien. Enjoy.



stretch's comments:

I'll get the date for this soon, but didn't want to let that
stop me from posting this. It isn't the entire show either...
gotta find that. This is from early 1991; still one of the first
shows. This is the night I met my homie-to-this-day DJ Ekim
from the BX. I was a little wary because I thought, from him
name, that he was a Five Percenter, and would therefore
automatically be hostile to me. It tuns out his name is just
Mike spelled backwards. We hit it off well, and soon after took
a trip to the legendary 1212 Studios in Queens (home of the
late great Paul C, where too many of the best hip-hop records
were recorded and mixed) with his partner Percee-P, where we
started recording a 12" for Big Beat Records. The 12" featured
the Ekim-produced "Now They Wanna See Me" which also had Ekim
putting down some funny ass lines on the m.i. The B-Side saw
an early appearance by Pharoah Monch. Ekim also brought to the
studio fellow BX dude DMX - yes, THAT DMX, who hadn't had record
one out, and had never been on the radio. In his rhyme, he
addresses what he thinks is K-Solo's theft of his "letterman"
style. The mixing levels are bananas here because Bob was very
new to the technical aspects of making a broadcast sound even
half decent, and this was a constant source of irritation for me.
Half the time, I'd get home to listen to a freestyle, and it was
all vocals, mad loud and distorted, with barely a hint of the beat
underneath. On top of that, KCR's signal was very uncompressed and
natural sounding, unlike the commercial stations, and that always
bugged me because the music didn't pop out like it should. Of
course, back in '91, we were still using a mixing board from the
early '70's and sometimes the left or right channel would drop
out, and to fix it, we'd punch the board 'til both sides were up,
and dust would fly out of the fader openings. It was grimy but fun.
As far as the record selection, this segment is pretty big-name:
Brand Nubian, N.W.A., Kane, LL Cool J, EPMD, Kool G Rap...

or ... cee_P_.rar



stretch's comments:

I recommend this post for anyone that is feeling a bit down.
Listen to it, and within 10 mins, you will be laughing, guaranteed.
If you aren't, go see the doctor. I haven't reviewed many shows
in their entirety, but this episode of Krunchtime (what we came
to call the 4-5 a.m. slot, when we were too tired to dj, focus,
or be anything but delirious, and usually opened the phone lines
to anyone) seems to embody the very best of what we could come up
with under the circumstances. Just leading up to this, where this
post begins, you can hear the tail-end of a Red Alert tape from the
80's that I was playing on the air because I was too tired to dj,
plus it just was cool to broadcast a 1980's NYC radio show in the
90's, in NYC. Must have had some people bugging to turn on the radio
and hear a KISS-FM radio ID, ON 89.9. Juicy Fruit gum - the taste
is gonna move you!

Listening to this segment makes me remeember how foul we were
to the listeners, but they liked it. And I'm bugging on how in
sync Sear, Bob and I were. A lot of the things we were doing on
the air sounds planned but none of it was. We were just in the zone.
Enjoy the following: listeners freestyling and getting dissed,
listeners trying to diss but getting slayed, some yo-yo-yo-yo-yo-yo
speed demonstrations, me rapping about snacks, the concentration clappping
song about...snacks ("nuts" ayo!) and teaching someone how to
improve his mother joke delivery. Joisus Bobby!!!


When I got on the radio, I didn't have a funky fresh dj name. I was just Adrian, or Adrian B. Zzzzzzz. Boooring. At the inception of the show, I was hanging out a lot with Claw and the graffiti legend SHARP whom I had met when I was in 6th grade through my older sister. SHARP had been calling me Skinny Bonz (among other more deprecating things). So I rolled with that, especially because SHARP was hip-hop royalty, having been one of the three artists to execute the Wild Style
mural which became instantaneously iconic. Of course, after a few weeks, I realized that "Skinny Bonz" was not the move, especially since I was foolish enough to think that within time, I would develop a more muscular build. My main man Eli, founder of Zoo York, had been calling me Stretch, and in the dj-as-superhero/comic book character tradition, I added the "Armstrong". This particular show, which for some reason does not appear on the radio date log that Bobbito kept, is one of our earliest for sure (late 1990 most likely) because of the name confusion. Through the show, I'm refered to as DJ Adrian, Skinny Bonz and Stretch Armstrong. You'd think we would have worked that out before we got on
the air, but at the time, we didn't believe that many people would be listening so it was not a big deal.

It's funny to hear how inexperienced we were. This is probably the most formal you'll ever hear Bobbito. He reads off the titles and labels of the records, and we even do a give-away of an album- on cassette no less. You'll hear radio drops from Erick Sermon, DMC, the comedian Doug E Doug, Jarobi and Busta as well as the aforementioned SHARP. These drops were all scrapped because they were pre-Stretch, and very early on I realized that without a producer, doing drops was going to be impossible, which worked out because not having them ended up
differentiating what we did from others. We were still emulating radio as we knew it, rather than reinventing what it, which is what happened in time.

Funkmaster Flex, who had been djing on Kiss-FM, was our guest. Hot 97 hadn't gone hip-hop yet, and he was up at the show working his record "Fallen (And I Can' Get Up)" that he had put out with 9MM who had been a part of the Chuck Chillout's Deuces Wild crew. At the time, I wasn't doing much talking on the radio, and to my chagrin, listeners were understandably calling it The Bobbito Show. It was Flex that pulled me aside and told me that as the dj, I gotta talk more, otherwise I won't get credit for all the hard work I put and would be putting into the show. So I started talking (I sound mad awkward's painful to listen to) and soon, I was a big blabbermouth. Yada yada yada.

Shout out to Claw, who was up at this show answering phones; to Flex for the words of wisdom; to Doug E Doug for the comedy; to Curious Jorge who was still a co-host; and to Sheets and Pillows. Some of you know about that.


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Stretch & Bobbito - 31 - 10 - 96

Guest's Siah & Yeshua Dapo Ed & Ken Boogaloo

Side a

The Roots ג€“ Episode
Shaquille O'Neal, Lord Tariq, and Jay-Z - No Love Lost [id'ed by Ho1ogramz]
Funky DL ג€“ 20-20-8-8
Ghostface feat Raekwon & Cappadonna ג€“ Iron Maiden
Large Pro ג€“ Hard
Siah & Yeshua Dapo Ed ג€“ Glass Bottom Boat
Organized Konfusion ג€“ Decisions
Last Emperor ג€“ Secret Wars ג€“ Unreleased rmx ? (Not sure)
Lewis Parker ג€“ Mysteries Of Life
High & Mighty ג€“ Itג€™s All For You
The Juggaknots ג€“ Epiphany
The Cenubites - Slaves

Side b

Company Flow ג€“ Population Control
Siah & Yeshua Dapo Ed & Ken Boogaloo Freestyle
Terror Green ג€“ 45 Stitches
J Live ג€“ Braggin Writes (Dome Cracker rmx)
The Roots ג€“ Itג€™s Coming?
Canג€™t think who sampled this or the orginal. Doing my head in.
Lou Donaldson ג€“ Your Welcome, Stop On By
Funkadelic ג€“ Iג€™ll Stay
Rammellzee & K ג€“ Rob ג€“ Beat Bop
Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five ג€“ Flash It To The Beat Live

(Reup by Krisch.)

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jamo609 wrote:
I have compiled a tracklist for these 4 x 45 minute from the 4th Anniversary fundraiser show....

01. Some Beats Before The Start Of The Show
02. Group Home - Superstar
03. Bas Blasta - The Rhythm feat. Fat Joe, Godfather Don, JuJu, Lord Finesse
04. Beatnuts - You Don't Stop
05. Shyheim a.k.a. the Rugged Child - One's For the Money
06. Redman -
07. GZA & Killah Priest Freestyle over Nas - The World is Yours (Remix)
08. Organized Konfusion - Thirteen
09. The Legion - Legion Groove (IDed by serch4beatz)
10. Heavy D - Lets Get It On Ft. 2pac, grand Puba, Biggie
11. Artifacts - Dynamite Soul
12. Ground Floor - Dig On That Ft. Lord Finesse

01. Common - In My Own World (Check The Method) Ft. No I.D.
02. Pete Rock & CL Smooth - Escape
03. Biggie - Warning
04. Mobb Deep - Shook Ones (Beatnuts Remix?)
05. Nine - Redrum
06. Brand Nubian - Word Is Bond
07. Mad Skillz - Freestyle
08. Cella Dwellas - Land Of The Lost
09. Redman - Rockafella
10. Nas - Lifes A Bitch
11. Common Sense - I used To Love H.E.R

01. Common Sense - I used To Love H.E.R
02. LL Cool J - Candyman
03. Common Sense - Freestyle
04. O.C. - O Zone
05. Black Sheep - Without A Doubt
06. Mad Kap - Questions (IDed by serch4beatz)
07. Lord Finesse - Shorties Kaught in The System
08. Cella Dwellas - We Got It Hemmed (IDed by serch4beatz)
09. Pete Rock & CL Smooth - In The House
10. Mobb Deep - Shook Ones Pt II
11. Jeru The Damaja - Can't Stop The Prophet

01. Jeru The Damaja - Can't Stop The Prophet
02. Method Man - Bring The Pain
03. Biggie - Gimme The Loot
04. Big L - Put It On
05. Pete Rock & CL Smooth - Take You There
06. Infinity Freestyle over Black Moon - Murder Mc's (mentions buckwild in studio too)
07. Artifacts - C'mon Wit Da Get Down
08. Craig Mack - Funk Wit Da Style
09. Showbiz & A.G - Next Level
10. 321 - Rock The Ruff Rapps
11. Channel Live - Mad Izm

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TheBigSleep wrote:
August 20th, 1993

20.08.93 pt 1

01. LL Cool J - Funkadelic Relic
02. Redman - Tonight's Da Nite
03. Leaders Of The New School - Whats Next
04. Mobb Deep - Me and my Crew
05. Akinyele - Dear Diary
06. Bobbito Chats
07. Hurricaine G, Erick Sermon, Redman - Milky
08. Company Flow - Juvenile Techniques
09. KRS One - P Is Still Free
10. Jeru Tha Damaja - Come Clean

20.08.93 pt 2

01. Ultramagnetic MC's - One two, One Two
02. Souls Of Mischief - 93 Til Infinity
03. De La Soul - Breakadawn
04. Black Moon - U Da Man
05. Shadz Of Lingo - Mad Flavaz [id'ed by Ho1ogramz]
06. Pete Rock & CL Smooth - One In A Million
07. Black Moon - How Many Mc's
08. casual - That's How t IS [id'ed by serch4beatz]
09. Nasty Nas - Freestyle Demo??
10. Fat Joe, Apache, Kool G Rap - Fat Joe You Must Be Out Of Your Fuckin' Mind
11. Ultramagnetic MC's - Raise It Up
12. Akinyele - Worldwide
13. The Grimm Reaper (nka MF Grimm) - So Whatcha Want Nigga? [id'ed by Ho1ogramz]

TheBigSleep wrote:

ok, heres another attempted tracklisting from the above tape, bearing in mind, the files in the link are labelled the wrong way round (part 1 & 2)

Stretch & Bobbito-WKCR 1993 Part 1

01. Cypress Hill - The Way Of The Walk
02. Nas - Halftime
03. Diamond D - Best Kept Secret
04. ???
05. ???
06. Funkmaster Flex - Nine million Ways To Die
07. Big Daddy Kane - Lean On Me
08. Zhiggie - Rakin In The Dough
09. Double XX Posse - Executive Class
10. ???

Stretch & Bobbito-WKCR 1993 Part 2

01. O.C., Pharoah Monch Freestyle
02. Gang Starr - Gotta Get Over (Taking Loot)
03. Kool G. Rap & Dj Polo Lyrics - Ill Street Blues
04. Kurious - Walk Like A Duck
05. Dr Dre - Rat-Tat-Tat-Tat
06. Diamond and the Psychotic Neurotics - Check One, Two
07. Masta Ace - Saturday Night Live
08. Masta Ace & Lord Digga Interview
09. Masta Ace & Lord Digga Freestyle
10. ??? - WKCR Promo
11. ????

TheBigSleep wrote:
New member Kwestionmark just posted this on page eleven of the Track I.D.s thread:

1995 (DJ Riz)

Props to

Its here also with a tracklist, ... n-899.html

DJ Riz Live 89.9 1995

Side A

1) Company Flow
2) Cypress Hill
3) Raekwon
4) Q-Tip
5) Nas Instrumental
6) Mobb Deep
7) Pharcyde
8) Alps Cru
9) Funkdoobiest

Side B

1) Das Efx (Pete Rock Remix)
2) Fat Joe
3) Intermission
4) MF Grimm
5) Juggaknots
6) Godfather Don
7) S.O.S & Phife Dog
8) Omniscense
9) Supernatural
10) Company Flow
11) Mr Live, Tony Bones & Prince Po
12) Constant Deviants

TheBigSleep wrote:
November 18th, 1992 (Casual, Kool Keith)

kcr 11.18.92 a

01. Redman - Jam 4 U
02. Common - Breaker 1/9
03. Diamond and the Psychotic Neurotics - Check One, Two
04. Mobb Deep - Peer Presure
05. Kurious - Walk Like A Duck
06. Black Sheep - Simalak Child
07. Del The Funky Homosapien - Eye Examination
08. ???
09. Onyx - Throw Ya Gunz
10. Pharcyde - Passin' Me by
11. EPMD - Chill
12. Nas - Halftime
13. Cypress Hill - Stoned Is The Way Of The Walk
14. Showbiz & A.G. - Still Diggin'
15. Redman Ft. Erick Sermon - Watch Yo Nuggets
16. Brand nubian - Punks Jump up (Diamond D Remix)
18. Zhigge - Rakin In The Dough
19. Roughneck Bastards Freestyle
20. ???
21. Digable Planets - Rebirth Of Slick (Cool Like Dat)
22. Common - Soul By The Pound
23. Pharcyde - Soul Flower
24. Diamond The Psychotic Neurotics - Step To Me Lyrics
25. Showbiz & A.G. - Silence Of The Lambs
26. B Nice (Intoxicated Devils) Freestyle
27. Intoxicated Devils - Dig It

kcr 11.18.92 b

01. Brand nubian - Punks Jump Up
02. Apache - Gangsta Bitch
03. Instrumental Break
04. Casual Freestyle
05. Casual - That's How It Is
06. Ultramagnetic MC's - See The Man On The Street
07. Kool Keith Freestyle
08. Kool G. Rap & DJ Polo - Ill Street Blues
09. Kool G. Rap & DJ Polo - Home Sweet Home
10. Instrumental Break
11. Mobb Deep - Hit It From The Back 52.34
12. Diamond And The Psychotic Neurotics - I'm Outta Here
13. ????
14. Showbiz And Ag Lyrics - Fat Pockets
15. Double XX Posse - Put Your Boots On
16. Black Moon - Who Got The Props
18. Phone calls with Kool Keith & Bobbito for the rest of the tape


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@ Verge you mentioned a show from dec 95 called 'The Space Shuttle Show' I don't have that show but this one is from 97 and features skit's from the film Apollo & Neil Armstrong Moon Landing So this could be one of those but i don't know as nothing is written on the tape. Just thought with those skits could be something like that. Anyhow here it is.

Side a

Large Pro - Get Off Da Bullshit
Busta Rhymes & Q - Tip - Wild Hot
Organized Konfusion - Soundman
Indelible Mc's - The Fire In Which Ya Burn
Saukrates Ft Common - Play Dis Rmx
Last Emperor - Secret Wars Rmx ?
Dr Octagon Porn Skit
The Cenubites - Slaves
Stak Chedda - Tony Randall Stop Jerking Off
Juggaknots - Genuine ?
KMD - What A Niggy Know Rmx
Cage - Radiohead (Different Lyrics then the Fondle em release)
O.C. - Word Life

Side b

Choclair - Just A Second
Phone Call Skit
Eric B & Rakim - As The Rhyme Goes On
De La Soul - This Is A Recording
Stretch On Guitar skit
Lord Sear - Alcoholic Vibes
Everlast - Syndication
KMD - Nitty Gritty
Eric B & Rakim - Musical Massacre
Freestyle Fellowship - My Fantasy
Dujeous - Cinematics (IDed by Roy Johnson)
Ras Kass - Soul On ice Rmx
Siah & Yeshua Dapo Ed - No Soles Dopest Opus

Verge wrote:
RELM, thanks for that one. It's not the same one I'm talking about, but a great night anyway. Cenobites' Slaves and Juggaknot's Genuine were mad exclusive at that time. I still don't think Genuine has been released on anything. I'll separate that up in a minute. Thanks.

Nice updates, TBS.

Juggaknots - Genuine [demo?]
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Roy Johnson wrote:
RELM wrote:
Dujeous - Cinematics (IDed by Roy Johnson)

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Here is part of a night that someone I know recently ripped. The date is February 22, 1996. Shout outs to Duddy.

For the time being, here is part of that night: ... 20Man_.mp3

stypeones tps

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I'm trying to track down late 1994/early 1995 shows, uncut and un pause edited, particulary-

March 16 1995 - featuring The Roots (rhyming on the Heath Brothers/one love sample record), Smif N Wessun, (and I think Masta Ace Inc- digga, p perry and Masta Ace- were there the same night)

July 20 1995 - featuring Mad Skills, Jay Z & Crooklyn Bandits, DJ Cash Money

and the full show rip of the 1995 night with Jay Z and Big L freestyling on that Milkbone beat

anyone who has good sound quality rips of these or any late 1994/early 1995 shows hit me for trades - I still have a shit ton of shows I'll be posting in the future. I'm constantly on a quest to get more of these shows. I'm about to get a box from my barber who claims to have a stash.

I say petition to get Stretch back on his blog game, he told me he has over 2,000 rips.


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jazztomovethatass wrote:
Anybody who was quick enough to snatch the mf doom demo stretch blogged, called "The Elite Scooby Doo Shit"? zshare link is deaded.

In digging through the files, I did come across around twenty five MF Doom demos which he recorded at my house while resting there for a week or two in the mid to late 90's. Only one of these tracks, "The Elite Scooby Doo Shit" ever saw the light of day, and got a little burn on KCR..

Plus the rip from 94 with Funky Jilz and Mobb Deep is missing 45 minutes of side b. would be appreciated.

This shit is the best post that has been on phila for a minute.
Props to the rippers, uploaders, bloggers.

jamo609 wrote:

I managed to grab the Doom - The elite scobby shit - From stretch's blog are try and locate it and up it for you. But from what i remember it sounded excatly the same as the release on Fondle em 'Hey'

aleph wrote:
Heads have been wondering if the MF Doom demos are just alt. versions or completely different songs.

This was aired on KCR in 95 (two years before the 1st single dropped).
It's the exact same song except that you can hear the last traces of Zev Love X left over in Doom's delivery.

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MF Doom- Gas Drawls (demo)

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dirtywaters wrote:
I'm trying to track down the full show rip of the 1995 night with Jay-Z and Big L freestyling on that Miilkbone beat.

Yeah me too. Someone on here told me they had it and would up it, but obviously hasn't, at least not yet. The beat is Keep It Real (produced by Mufi).

Thanks for adding to the list of dates.


Thursday, March 16th, 1995 (The Roots, Smif-N-Wessun)
Thursday, July 20th, 1995 (Mad Skillz, Jay-Z, Crooklyn Bandits, DJ Cash Money)

Here's another Hot 97 show from dirty waters: ... -1998.html


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Andyman187 wrote:
pradadon wrote:
That was me. I have the tape, but I am not sure if it is the entire night. I was def pause happy back then tho, so I would bet some songs are cut out but I know for sure that I have the entire freestyle, with all the talking before, in-between, and after the actual freestyles. Thing is, I don't even have a tape deck at the moment to know if it is the entire night. For sure I have much more of the actual freestyle (talking etc:) than the mp3 that has been around since the Napster days.

I would not be against mailing someone the tape to rip, if they promised to mail it back. I sent a Source Mag that Vincent Lopez needed and he received it and mailed it back, so if someone is willing and has as much integrity as Vincent, I'd be happy to send it out.

I'd be willing to rip tapes for anyone out there.. If your gonna send em out it would make more sense to send out a few or more to make it worthwhile.. Hit me wit a PM.

word, I'd be willing to rip tapes for anyone who has them as well,
I've done this for a few heads. I have no problems mailing them back
and anyone who hits me with shows will get exclusive shows from me...
hit my email (I'm in New Jersey)

I was pretty pause happy back in the day too, it's all good.


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Alright, this isn't a show but Bobbito was on Sucio Smashג€™s Squeeze radio show on 89.9 FM a week ago (along with A.G. and DJ Mr. Len of Company Flow). Old School Randy Rand calls in and they talk about how he once stated that there hasn't been a good hip hop record since '91.

But the best part is Bob alludes to an October anniversary show with him and Stretch (and Lord Sear too I think) celebrating the twentieth anniversary of the start of the show (October 1990 to October 2010). ... 2-2010.mp3

I wanna do whatever I'm able to in order to get at least a portion of this project completed by then. The first step. beyond what we've done so far, was me taking the liberty of registering this blog as I way to further organize our efforts:

I'm not attached to the layout but I'm also not a wizard with that stuff either. If somebody else wants to put a bunch of time and effort into the design that's cool, I'm just using a modification of one of the basic templates to start right now.


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Nice work, Big Sleep.

Question - does anybody know what year this JVC Force freestyle session came from?

JVC Force - Funky Drummer Freestyle Session (10 Minutes)
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aleph wrote:
Dopeness! It sounds like they're promoting Force Field, quoting from that track, Musical Sample and Tear The Show Up. So my guess is late 90, since the show premiered in October, but it could have been from early 91(???)

Thanks - I had this one down as a '91 recording, but I wasn't positive. I'm getting ready to do the 1990 Funky Drummer volumes, so unless someone comes through and says otherwise, I'm gonna save this track for '91.

Tweak Da Leak wrote:
My nigga Poppabitch fucks with the swine?

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I'm finishing up a blog post to make more people aware of this right now.
If I forgot to shout anyone out who has helped with this in any way, let me
know. I didn't realize how many heads have really been helping and how
many have their own blogs. I'm including 9 demos in the post. If
I forgot to thank anybody, let me know, it wasn't done purposely.
I'll post a link when it gets published.

I also sent out a message to Stretch and Bobbito earlier on Facebook.
Hopefully they respond.

EDIT: a response-
Stretch Armstrong wrote:
I can save you a lot of time. I have most of the dates from 1990 onward.

I asked him if he would be so kind to share that. Hopefully he does.
I also mentioned that we're trying to include the guests and incorporate as
many tape rips as possible.
*gots my fingers crossed yo*

He got at me today, hopefully he comes through with this:
Stretch Armstrong wrote:
The list I have has the dates and the artists. It's mostly
accurate with a few omissions. I'll get you the list as well as a PDF of all of the shows I have digitized.


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Stretch & Bobbito Ft Nitty Gritty & Mr Complex - 13th March 1997

Side a

R.A. The Rugged Man & Sadat X - 50,000 Heads
Ras Kass - Soul On Ice (Diamond D Rmx)
Powerule - Bright Lights, Big City
Pmd & Prodigy - It's The Pee
Nitty Gritty Freestyle
Biggie - Kick In The Door
Diamond D ft Pete Rock & Phife Dawg - Painz & Strife
Mike Zoot - Service
Dutchmin - Surrounded
Al Tariq - God Connection
D.I.T.C - Day One

Side b

Krumbsnatcha - Gettin Closer To God
Artifacts - Skwad Training
Non-Phixion ft D.v. Alias Khrist - 5 Boro's Rmx
Cella Dwellas - Main Aim
Diamond D - No Wunduh
Natural Elements - Bust Mine
D.V. Alias Khrist - Building
Casual - Turkey & Dressing
Mobb Deep & Cormega - Crime Connection
The Alkaholiks ft ODB - Hip Hop Drunkies
Mr Complex Freestyle
Problemz - ?
Pete Rock - Strange Fruit

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