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Tuesday, March 05, 2019

Stetsasonic - "Talkin' All That Jazz (Dimitri From Paris Mix)" [Hip-Hop]

Talkin' All That Jazz (Dimitri From Paris Mix)

- "Talkin' All That Jazz (Dimitri From Paris Mix)" music video by Stetsasonic
- Added on 05-03-2019
- Genre : Hip-Hop
- Description : Stetsasonic - Talkin' All That Jazz (Dimitri from Paris Mix) [Music Video] - - Dimitri from Paris brings this classic, jazzy house mix. A classic. - -

Stetsasonic was an American hip hop group formed in 1981 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York.
In Full Gear is the second studio album by American hip hop band Stetsasonic, released in 1988 by Tommy Boy Records.
In Full Gear is a double album that draws on various influences in its hip hop style, including R&B, jazz, dancehall reggae, and rock influences. It also incorporates beat-boxing, sampling technology, and live band performance. "Freedom or Death" and "Talkin' All That Jazz" discuss credos of revolution and sampling, respectively. On "Float On", a remake of The Floaters' 1977 song of the same name, rapper Wise envisions "a woman with a realistic imagination, a woman who thinks for herself, whose thoughts are bold and free".
In a contemporary review for The Village Voice, music critic Robert Christgau found the "well-meaning" band merely competent musically and said that their cover of "Float On" is "even ickier than the original". He was more enthusiastic about "Freedom or Death" and "Talking All That Jazz", and felt that In Full Gear succeeds on "a camaraderie that reaches deeper than the usual homeboy bonding". In his own list for the Pazz & Jop critics poll, Christgau named "Talkin' All That Jazz" the seventeenth best single of 1988.

- Tags : 1988, 80s, Stetsasonic