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CD released: Aug 30, 2019

Tracklisting:
1. A Roller Skating Jam Named Saturdays - De
2. Bonita Applebum - A Tribe Called Quest
3. Sunshine Men - The Freestyle Fellowship
4. Mistadobalina - Del Tha Funke Homosapien
5. Doowutchyalike - Digital Underground
6. Peachfuzz - Kmd
7. Doin' Our Own Dang - Jungle Brothers
8. Mama Gave Birth To The Soul Children -
9. O.P.P. - Naughty By Nature
10. Where I'M From - Digable Planets
11. It'S A Shame (My Sister) - Monie Love Featuring
12. K Sera Sera - Justin Warfield
13. All For One - Brand Nubian
14. My Definition Of A Boombastic Jazz Style
15. The Choice Is Yours (Revisited) - Black Sheep
16. Age Ain'T Nothin' But A # - Chi-ali
17. We Run Things (It'S Like Dat) - Da Bush Babees
18. You'Re Not Coming Home (Mase'S Funkay
19. Case Of The P.T.A. - Leaders Of The New School
20. What'S Up Doc? (Can We Rock?) (K-cut'S Fat
21. Trac Remix) - Fu-schnickens With Shaquille
22. O'neal (Shaq-fu)
VARIOUS
THE DAISY AGE
Label: ACE
Cat No: CDCHD1549
Barcode: 029667095020
Packaging: CD Regular

It wasn't really a movement, barely even a moment, but
the Daisy Age was an ethos that permeated pop, R&B
and hip hop at the turn of the 90s. Playfulness and
good humour were central to De La Soul's 1989 debut
album, "3 Feet High And Rising", which would go on to
cast a long, multi-coloured shadow over rap.
In Britain, the timing for "3 Feet High And Rising"
couldn't have been better. The acid house explosion of
1988 would lead to a radical breaking down of musical
barriers in 1989, and its associated look - loose
clothing, dayglo colours, smiley faces - chimed with
the positivity of De La Soul and rising New York rap
acts the Jungle Brothers and A Tribe Called Quest, all
at the heart of a growing collective called Native
Tongues.
The Native Tongues' charismatic, summery aura
quickly spread west to the Bay Area's similarly-minded
Hieroglyphics crew (Del Tha Funky Homosapien's
'Mistadobalina'); Canada's Dream Warriors ('My
Definition Of A Boombastic Jazz Style') used "3 Feet
High"'s colour palette and borrowed Count Basie and
Quincy Jones riffs; Naughty By Nature (OPP) were
mentored by Native Tongues heroine Queen Latifah,
while Londoner Monie Love was also adopted by the
collective, resulting in her Grammy-nominated 'It's A
Shame (My Sister)'. It wasn't built to last, but the Daisy Age reintroduced
Multiplication Rock, bubble writing and the gently
psychedelic into the charts. It was a brief, but
extraordinarily warm and optimistic moment. The
songs on this collection promised that the 90s would
be a lot more easy-going than the 80s.