Filed under: Ced Gee Special,Steady Bootleggin'
Written by: Robbie Ettelson
Don’t let label typo’s confuse you – “Cedge G” is still Ced Gee when he’s behind the boards in the Ultra Lab.”We’re Back Y’all” is usually forgotten in favor of the superior b-side, “Coolin’ On The Ave”, which – despite being credited to Tuff City‘s Aaron Fuchs’ – is now known to be another Paul McKasty creation.
Never concerned with using the same samples on different tracks, Ced pulls out the popular “Pussyfooter” strings (that he also rocked on “Moe Luv’s Theme”) and combines them with some congos (which he later brought back for his “900 Number Remix #3”), but once again it’s all about style and technique. Ced Gee proves once again why he’s on best to ever do it in terms of programming, chopping and the whole science of making dope beats.
The Mighty Mic Masters also did some other great records such as “The Main Event” with Pumpkin and that ill Captain G. Whiz song that I’ve only ever had on tape after failing to track down a copy. All of these tracks have been collected on a new Ol’ Skool Flava/Tuff City album which you can find out more about here.
Freddy B & The Mighty Mic Masters feat. Captain G. Whiz – (Triple M Is In Effect) We’re Back Y’all (12″, Tuff City, 1987)
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