Before There Were Whores


Farley Jackmaster Funk – Jack The Dick (S.M.M.F.D.) (from Jack The Bass 12″ 1985)

There are definitely records on Trax that I would rather listen to, but for historical purposes here is the first ghetto house track ever. Well sort of, the first house track I know of that curses at least, predating Whores in This House and such by almost 10 years. While a lot of DJs cite early records like this as an inspiration to express naughty language, guys aren’t so excited about being able to say “bitch” on tracks anymore. One individual even mentioned subconsciously stopping this practice to some degree. I think that’s enough proof that it’s not just “mindless club music” as I’ve seen it referred to, and the strong experimental nature involved is a lot more risky in the booth than bedroom genres often labeled “conscious”.

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3 Responses to Before There Were Whores

  1. Todd says:

    "the strong experimental nature involved is a lot more risky in the booth than bedroom genres often labeled "conscious"."Backed.

  2. Rizzla says:

    i'm just tryin to find the words to describe this girl without being disrespectful

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