With Harold O’Neal releasing his first solo record on Damon Dash’s Bluroc Records, he’s preparing for his album release show at Ginny’s Supper Club this Saturday 8/31/13. The record features Joe Sanders, Marcus Strickland, and Marcus Gilmore while the album release show will feature an equally impressive lineup of Jaleel Shaw, Ben Williams, and Kim Thompson.


We met up with Dame and Harold at Dash’s LES gallery, Poppington. Check out as we discuss the inspiration for Man On The Street as well as why Damon Dash, a hip-hop legend, is venturing into jazz territory and the similarities he sees.

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Interview by Eric Sandler (@ericsandler)


8/31: Harold O’Neal Man on the Street Album Release Party f. Jaleel Shaw at Ginny’s Supper Club

Man On The Street


3 Replies to "Damon Dash & Harold O’Neal Speak On Man On The Street"
Luke Kaven says:
August 30, 2013 at 1:19 pm

Correction: Harold’s first solo records were on Smalls Records — Whirling Mantis, and Marvelous Fantasy.

    esandler says:
    August 30, 2013 at 3:44 pm

    Both great records. This is his debut solo record on BluRoc though.

      Luke Kaven says:
      August 30, 2013 at 4:34 pm

      Hi Eric! I see now that’s what you intended.

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