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Come Some Rainy Day. It had no depth. When I heard my first vinyl, I threw it in the trash. It bothered me. I said, "I can't listen to this. But what they pressed, the only pressing that has ever come out from Universal, is that thin band of sound, without the whole original that Leonard and I had worked so hard to get. So the album doesn't do so well and you go back to your life as a dental hygienist.
Are you still making music on the side? Sometimes people ask me that, and quite honestly, the deepest answer would be that I took a solitary journey to learn how to love more deeply, from a higher level, and to not get kicked around by life so much. And so 44 years were spent with interior study, some music writing, but not a lot of recording. At what point did you find out that this album that was actually getting some attention, a real following?
The year , I almost died of pneumonia. I was in the hospital on life support for a month. The pulmonary experts walked away, said, "She's not gonna live. We're not coming back; this girl's not gonna make it. And my first day home, a little full of medicine and quite bleary, in my mailbox was a CD from Michael Piper, who ran small CD company in Brooklyn.
The little handwritten note said, "If this is the right Linda, I've been searching for you. Do you know people want this album? And if so, would you please call me? Long story short, Michael flew in and we had a whole day to spend together and talk. He said, "Linda, do you have anything that didn't get put out?
You're copying that old vinyl that's lost half its sound. It was a big, thick tape — you know, an inch and a half or something. But I usually listened to it on little cassette tapes made off my master. I said, "Would you like to like to hear them? You have to carefully handle these things — if it's stuck together, we could break it. Michael took it to New York and worked on it carefully, under controlled conditions, trying to be sure it wouldn't tear and rip.
He said there were places where it was really melted due to heat in my bedroom, I guess. And it took about two months, but he was able to copy off of that tape once he got it unstuck, and make a CD based on my master. Now, when you combine the full sound, that I had preserved all those years on that little tape hidden in my bedroom, and the internet, then the album finally took off.
This is a good plus years after you made the album. Were you surprised to find out that people had been emailing and interested in it? I was years-old, trying to build awareness for the album. The whole launch strategy with that album was very critical. The first thing that we did—since it was called It Was Written —was make notebooks. I had people handing out notebooks with the launch date on it.
Another tactic we us was giving everybody parking tickets. I took NYC parking tickets and I copied them and printed them out. On one side was a parking ticket and on the other side was the release date. Everyone thought they got a parking ticket and then it was just promotion for a Nas album. I inserted the mixtapes into a subscription of The Source , and so everyone who subscribed to it got the mixtape too.
I was trying to set the market up. I was nervous all the time. Blige out. There was kind of a rivalry thing between us. Still, that was big on his part to look past [the rivalry].
At the time, we were managed by Steve Stoute, who was also looking to manage Nas. In the beginning it was like trying to put a square peg in a round hole. But Nas agreed to give it a shot and we were all excited. Tone: We both managed to ignore the criticism that people started to give us because here we were going in with Nas and we were going to make radio records with him.
Raw hip-hop is good—we love it—but the music also has to have enough appeal to get the people in the stores to buy your record, not just your homeboy on the block. So we had to make sure that we could get him middle-of-the-rado stuff that radio and the hood could understand. Once Nas got comfortable and we had a game plan, things started to come together. He started as a kid and then we showed him with the same shit as a man.
There was no fly album covers that were thoughtful before that. Nas: If you listen to the beginning of Ready to Die , Biggie tells a story. This was my story. Tone: Nas wanted to portray this whole symbolism of being taken out of handcuffs and being set free.
So we took the N. All the sample stuff and the music, that was pretty much our concept. We would introduce songs to Nas—some with hooks, some without hooks—to get him comfortable, so we could articulate properly our vision. Nas: There were lots of new rappers in the game and lots of us were making noise. Everybody was gunning for position. It was a serious point in rap. Everyone was lyrical, everyone would battle you, everyone had a crew. I still got one foot in the streets.
Tone: I was at home watching The Professional one night. It was the first time we experimented with Latin-feeling guitars. He was listening to it but when the drums kicked in, he went bananas. He jumped up and instantly he knew the rhyme for the record. The group is notable for focusing on positive issues as well as the diverse ethnic origins of its members.
The group formed in , and have since released four full-length albums on Up Above Records. The six members of the group have collectively released over twenty solo and side projects. The… read more. There are more than one band with this name. Similar Artists Play all. Trending Tracks 1. Features Exploring the local sounds and scenes at Noise Pop Fest. Albums of the latest and loved, and the ones to look out for discover By okspud1 15 Feb am.
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