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All of the Above (J-Live album)

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All of the Above (J-Live album)

All of the Above
Released April 2, 2002
Recorded 2001
Genre Hip-Hop
Length 74:23
Label Coup dEtat
Producer Wes Jackson (exec.)
J-Live, also (exec.)
DJ Spinna
Usef Dinero
P Smoova
J-Live chronology

The Best Part
All of the Above
Always Has Been
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1] 4.5/5 stars[2]

All of the Above is the second album of indie hip hop artist J-Live, released in 2002 on the label Coup dEtat. The album's cover art pays homage/tribute to John Coltrane's famous cover design on his 1957 album Blue Train.

Track listing

  1. "First Things First" - (4:11)
  2. "How Real It Is" - (4:52)
  3. "Satisfied" - (4:35)
  4. "Interlude 1 (I'm a Rapper)" - (0:57)
  5. "MCee" - (3:52)
  6. "Like This Anna" - (4:22)
  7. "One For The Griot" - (4:45)
  8. "Stir of Echoes" - (6:16)
  9. "Interlude 2 (For the Babies)" - (1:48)
  10. "Do That Shit" - (3:35)
  11. "All In Together Now" - (3:16)
  12. "Nights Like This" - (4:20)
  13. "The 4th 3rd" - (5:33)
  14. "Traveling Music" - (3:38)
  15. "A Charmed Life" - (3:52)
  16. "All of the Above" - (4:30)
  17. "Interlude 3 (Whatever)" - (0:56)
  18. "Happy Belated" -(2:50)
  19. "Satisfied (Dub Version)" - (1:53)
  20. "3 Out of 7" - (4:10)
  21. "The Lyricist" - (3:32)


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