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Blockhead - Uncle Tony's Coloring Book album

Blockhead - Uncle Tony's Coloring Book album
  • Performer Blockhead
  • Title Uncle Tony's Coloring Book
  • Date of release 2017
  • Country US
  • Style Downtempo, Instrumental, Trip Hop, Abstract
  • Other formats MP2 VOX DTS APE AIFF TTA WAV
  • Genre Electronic / Rap
  • Size MP3 1707 mb
  • Size FLAC 1894 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 586

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집됨 over 2 years ago 다음 참조: Uncle Tony's Coloring Book, CD, Album, BH001. Tony really delivers with this sample-symphony of groovy beats. A variety of emotions can be felt through the different songs on this album. From the bouncy nature of Cheer Up You're Not Dead Yet, to the mellow yet bumpin' sound of The Strain, this Blockhead album is one to remember. 2011년 2월 24일. 신고. 다음 참조: Uncle Tony's Coloring Book, CD, Album, BH001

Album · 2007 · 13 Songs. See All. The Music Scene. Interludes After Midnight.

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Uncle Tony's Coloring Book (2007). Running Bear by Johnny Preston (1959). A Little More Gauze by Mike Nichols and Elaine May (1962). Sometime Ago/La Fiesta by Chick Corea (1972). see 2 more connections. My Coloring Book by Skeeter Davis (1963). Cheer Up, You're Not Dead Yet. sampled. I Cover the Waterfront by Joe Pass (1970). Hejnał Mariacki by Traditional Folk (1241).

NYC-based producer Blockhead (according to himself his stage name comes from the shape of his head: While it’s not square, it’s pretty close ) may be best-known for his production work for abstract wordsmith Aesop Rock, and he produced for acts like Cage, Hangar 18, Open Mike Eagle and Murs. He also dropped a number of great instrumental albums, Uncle Tony’s Coloring Book – his third – arguably is the best of them (although Music By Cavelight has to be considered just as good)

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Uncle Tony's Coloring Book is the third studio album by American hip hop producer Blockhead, released on August 14, 2007. Scott Thill of XLR8R gave the album a . out of 10, saying, " ear for rump-shaking anthems is as tight as ever, which is why rappers are clamoring more to work with hi.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Coloring Book
Bass – Damien ParisScratches – DJ Signify
A2 The Strain
Drums – Andrew Totolos
A3 Grape Nuts and Chalk Sauce
Co-producer – Damien Paris
A4 Duke of Hazzard
Guitar – Damien ParisScratches – DJ Signify
B1 Squirmy Worm 4:32
B2 Put Down Your Dream Journal and Dance
Scratches – DJ Signify
B3 The Hucklebuck Slice
Drums – Andrew TotolosSynth – Damien Paris
C1 Not So OK Corral
Drums – Andrew TotolosGuitar – Damien Paris
C2 Do the Tron 3:59
C3 Get Your Regal On
Synth – Damien Paris
D1 Cheer Up, You're Not Dead Yet 4:45
D2 Trailer Love
Bass, Guitar – Damien ParisScratches – DJ Signify
D3 NYC Bounce
Guitar – Damien Paris


  • Producer, Arranged By – Blockhead


Recorded and mixed at Ape Sauce Studios in Brookyln
Artwork by Owen Brozman

Vinyl reissued by Young Heavy Souls, YHS Records.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 040232561962

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BH001 Blockhead Uncle Tony's Coloring Book ‎(CD, Album) Not On Label (Blockhead Self-released) BH001 US 2007
YL1706 Blockhead Uncle Tony's Coloring Book ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, 1 x) Young Heavy Souls YL1706 US 2018
YRP1701 Blockhead Uncle Tony's Coloring Book ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Young Heavy Souls YRP1701 US 2007

Talk about Blockhead - Uncle Tony's Coloring Book

Finally received my copy!Sounds great, Cover is awesome, but only one downside.Its a single jacket with 2LP, they didn't care much about the packaging, the inner sleeves have a beautiful art but still, fitting two 180g LPs in a single jacket is not a good idea...Anyways, it sounds great, it's an EXCELLENT album by Blockhead.PS: Both discs where kinda warped (maybe because of single jacket packaging + shipping), but nothing noticeable while playing them.
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