As early as 1992, the true innovators of the Hip-Hop Jazz movement, Ghetto Philharmonic stayed busy promoting their sound and making the rounds on various NYC area college radio shows, where they were often asked to display their instrumental skills on the spot. With G-Clef da Mad Komposa on alto saxophone and Sledge on trumpet, what resulted was often one hellafied, cutting egde spontaneous jam session that shook the music scene to it's very rafters. This album serves as further documentation of the fact that Ghetto Philharmonic was already breaking new ground in music in 1992-3, even before their full album release in 1994. DJs spinning along include such legends as DJ Slynke, DJ Riz, and even DJ Spinbad himself, who was then a member of the group. Also included are some bonus track demos that were not included on 'The Alternate Masters'.