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2015 collection from the Hip-Hop duo fronted by Will Smith. Contains just about everything that any disc jockey played by the duo, including lighthearted smart-ass favorites like "Girls Ain't Nothing But Trouble" and "Parents Just Don't Understand," silly topical fluff like "A Nightmare on My Street" and "I Think I Can Beat Mike Tyson," surprisingly durable minor hits like "Brand New Funk" and "The Things U Do," and even Jazzy Jeff's nimble instrumental flipping of tracks by Bob James, the Mizell Brothers, and Marvin Gaye ("A Touch of Jazz").
2015 collection from the Hip-Hop duo fronted by Will Smith. Contains just about everything that any disc jockey played by the duo, including lighthearted smart-ass favorites like "Girls Ain't Nothing But Trouble" and "Parents Just Don't Understand," silly topical fluff like "A Nightmare on My Street" and "I Think I Can Beat Mike Tyson," surprisingly durable minor hits like "Brand New Funk" and "The Things U Do," and even Jazzy Jeff's nimble instrumental flipping of tracks by Bob James, the Mizell Brothers, and Marvin Gaye ("A Touch of Jazz").
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Dj Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince - Playlist: The Very Best of DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince

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Format: CD
Label: SBMK
Rel. Date: 04/14/2015
UPC: 888751489721

Playlist: The Very Best of DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince
Artist: Dj Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince
Format: CD
New: In Stock $8.99
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DISC: 1

1. Girls Ain't Nothing But Trouble 5:07
2. The Magnificent Jazzy Jeff 4:08
3. A Touch of Jazz 3:18
4. Parents Just Don't Understand 5:15
5. A Nightmare on My Street 4:53
6. Brand New Funk 4:01
7. I Think I Can Beat Mike Tyson 4:58
8. The Groove (Jazzy's Groove) DJ Jazzy Jeff ; the Fresh Prince 4:33
9. Summertime 3:57 1
10. Ring My Bell 4:06 1
11. The Things That U Do 4:09 1
12. Boom! Shake the Room 3:49 1
13. I'm Looking for the One (To Be with Me) 3:41 1
14. I Wanna Rock 4:18

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2015 collection from the Hip-Hop duo fronted by Will Smith. Contains just about everything that any disc jockey played by the duo, including lighthearted smart-ass favorites like "Girls Ain't Nothing But Trouble" and "Parents Just Don't Understand," silly topical fluff like "A Nightmare on My Street" and "I Think I Can Beat Mike Tyson," surprisingly durable minor hits like "Brand New Funk" and "The Things U Do," and even Jazzy Jeff's nimble instrumental flipping of tracks by Bob James, the Mizell Brothers, and Marvin Gaye ("A Touch of Jazz").
        
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