DJ Cash Money – Echo Scratch


One of Philly’s favorite sons unleashing four minutes of fury on Lady B‘s The Street Beat radio show. Stuff like this reminds me of why I became hopelessly addicted to this here rap music.

Bonus echo:

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Nice. Love Cash

At 1:49 who recreated that beat as a human beat box? Its bugging the hell out of me!!

Comment by Dan_E_Fresh 01.30.14 @

Do you know what year this is from?

Comment by Mark 01.30.14 @

Nice one Robbie, old skool dopeness. I remember walking into ‘Beatin’ Rhythm’ record shop in my hometown, Manchester, England & Cash Money was in there with his little portable turntable and a stack of golden era 45s in front of him, going thru them one by one, he ended up buying the lot. Unfortunately I didn’t have the nuts to go up & tell him I was a fan.

Comment by sonny7 01.30.14 @

sonny7: Which one was Beatin’ Rhythm out of interest? I’m originally from Manchester and used to go to places like Fat City (both when it was in Athlex Palace and later on Oldham Street), Eastern Bloc (when it used to be half hip-hop) and, my fav, Vinyl Exchange for those second hand goodies. It’s nice to see Vinyl Exchange is still going, although it’s reduced back down to just one shop. I was actually shopping in Vinyl Exchange when the IRA bomb went off in 1996.

Comment by Steve 01.30.14 @

Sounds familiar like old Ice T, chris the glove taylor + dave storrs tibet jam/reckless, reminds me of that sound? Any confirmations?

Whodidni did ‘Echo Scratch’ on Back in Black LP 1986

Comment by P_Gotsachill 02.01.14 @

Awesome Philly Classic…one of my all time favorites that we used to have on cassette tape and one that i learned to scrsatch from
we used to walk around with big ass boom boxes banging it for hours after we rerecorded the tape with 2 cassette decks and made it LOUDER. This was how we learned to scratch, there were no Youtube tutorials in the 80’s.

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