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  • Soul Food Taqueria Tommy Guerrero. From the Soil to the Soul. Junk Collector. Home; T; Tommy Guerrero; Soul Food Taqueria; About Genius Contributor Guidelines Press Advertise Event Space.
  • Soul Food Taqueria continued Guerrero's guitar soul but represented a step forward with it's polished production and greater complexity of instrumentation. Denied the promotion it deserved upon release, it flew under the radar.
  • (Tommy Guerrero’s Soul Food Taqueria [MW158] was released in April 2003 and its label is described as “Mo’ Wax, Beggars Group” [Beggars being XL’s parent company], which makes an early 2003 release date for Hotline seem likely.).
  • Soul Food Taqueria, an Album by Tommy Guerrero. Released 8 April 2003 on Mo Wax (catalog no. MWR 158 CD; CD). Genres: Downtempo, Psychedelic Rock.
  • Free Tommy Guerrero Soul Food Taqueria Full Album mp3 192 Kbps 70.89 MB 00:53:52 36K. Free Tommy Guerrero Soul Food Taqueria Full Album mp3 192 Kbps 70.89 MB.

Listen free to Tommy Guerrero – Soul Food Taqueria (Lectric Chile Goat, Abierto and more). 17 tracks (53:43). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.fm. Tommy Guerrero was under my radar until about three years ago and I heard some cuts at a friends house. The ex-pro skater had me hooked from then on. Definitely a Latin chill vibe but with lots of,well, soul, hey, why not name the album 'Soul Food Taqueria,' nevermind.

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More hammock-on-la-playa than downtown-on-the-bus, Soul Food Taqueria is a nice case of dubby, electric guitar-driven downtempo. Ex-pro skater Tommy Guerrero has his foot on the effects pedal and his fingers on sultry Latin inflections, arriving at dusty lo-fi soul that is seductively languid. The largely instrumental album features occasional guest vocals from Gresham Taylor and Lyrics Born. A bluesy intro and three atmospheric interludes render the ambience palpable. Nicely programmed, the songs on Taqueria have their own eclectic personalities, like the sandy characters you might meet ambling up from the beach to order tacos under a heavy, humid twilight.

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The Album
Studio album by
ReleasedAugust 25, 1997[1]
GenreHip hop[2]
Length47:14
LabelSolesides, Quannum Projects
ProducerDJ Shadow, Lyrics Born, Chief Xcel
Latyrx chronology
The Album
(1997)
The Second Album
(2014)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic[1]
Spin9/10[3]
The Village VoiceA−[4]

The Album is the first studio album by Latyrx, an American hip hop duo consisting of Lateef the Truthspeaker and Lyrics Born. It was released on Solesides in 1997, and it was re-released on Quannum Projects in 2002.

Critical reception[edit]

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Steve Huey of AllMusic gave the album 4.5 stars out of 5, saying, 'Enough people heard the record to make it something of an underground legend, but its potential influence wound up unfortunately limited, especially given how forward-looking the music on The Album is.'[1] He added, 'its key tracks are nothing short of visionary, making it an essential listen.'[1]

In 2015, Fact placed it at number 67 on the '100 Best Indie Hip-Hop Records of All Time' list.[2]

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Track listing[edit]

No.TitleProducer(s)Length
1.'Latyrx'DJ Shadow5:48
2.'Say That'Lyrics Born3:41
3.'The Quickening (The Wreckoning Part II)'DJ Shadow5:02
4.'Balcony Beach' (featuring Joyo Velarde)Lyrics Born5:30
5.'Live 90.3 '94' (featuring John Tchicai and Free Association)1:25
6.'The Muzappers Mix: Aim for the Flickering Flame / Rankin' #1'Lyrics Born4:13
7.'Funky Granules'Lyrics Born1:49
8.'Bad News'Chief Xcel2:46
9.'Off (With) Their Heads (Be Prompt)'Lyrics Born3:03
10.'Interlude'Lyrics Born0:24
11.'Burnt Pride'Lyrics Born6:53
12.'Scratchapella'DJ Shadow0:23
13.'The Wreckoning (Live 45 Mix)'DJ Shadow2:47
14.'Burning Hot in Cali on a Saturday Night' (featuring Blackalicious)Chief Xcel3:30

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References[edit]

  1. ^ abcdHuey, Steve. 'The Album – Latyrx'. AllMusic. Retrieved August 10, 2014.
  2. ^ ab'67. Latyrx – The Album (Solesides, 1997)'. Fact. February 25, 2015. Retrieved December 18, 2017.
  3. ^Tompkins, Dave (August 1997). 'Lateef and Lyrics Born: Latyrx / Company Flow: Funcrusher Plus'. Spin. 13 (5): 116–18. Retrieved May 30, 2016.
  4. ^Christgau, Robert (May 27, 1997). 'Consumer Guide'. The Village Voice. Retrieved August 10, 2014.

External links[edit]

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  • The Album at Discogs (list of releases)
Taqueria

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