Friday, June 01, 2007

Souled On Samples V

"In My Heart"---Barbara & The Browns
(Sampled on "Y'all Been Warned" by Wu-Tang Clan)

"Love Is Missing From Our Lives"---Dells vs. The Dramatics
(Sampled on "Live It Up" by John Legend)

"Killer's Lullaby"---Love Unlimited Orchestra
(Sampled on "My World" by OC, produced by DJ Premier)

"Harlem Hindoo"---Al Hirt
(Sampled on "Ego Trippin' (Part 2)" by De La Soul)

"And This Is Love"---Gladys Knight & The Pips
(Sampled on "In Cold Blood" by Scarface (produced by Kanye West) and "Nehanda and Cream" by Masta Killa)

"We Made It"---Black Ivory
(Sampled on "Revolutionary Warfare" by Nas)

"Love Sounds"---Intimate Strangers
(Sampled on "Legends" by Prodigy of Mobb Deep and "Feels So Good" by Remy Ma ft. Ne-Yo)

"The Beggar's Song"---Wet Willie
(Sampled on "Like That" by Kid Capri ft. Jay-Z and "Fallen Soldiers" by Cormega)

"Remember Who You Are"---Sly & The Family Stone
(Sampled on "Each One Teach One" by Poor Righteous Teachers and "After Hours" by A Tribe Called Quest)

Word From Your Moms:

“The thing that makes you exceptional, if you are at all, is inevitably that which must also make you lonely.”---Lorraine Hansberry


Zilla Rocca said...


Preemo and True Master went to work on those original joints! I'm more impressed when producers chop up the originals and leave a whole lot of the record available for someone else to go at it rather than jack the main melody or hook. But I'm guilty of doing both myself, so f*ck it.

Satchmo said...

what i like to see! you have all these original cd's or are you rippin vinyl like soul sides

Lily Kane said...

well put, zilla rocca

Dan Love said...

Thanks for these Scholar, another stellar post. You have even qualified for my own iTunes playlist entitled Scholar Sample Sources - you've made it big!



Scholar said...

Zilla---So true---Premo deserves his props, and True Master is just criminally underrated.

Read your blog on Myspace for the first time the other day. That breakdown of "Party Like A Rock Star" was pretty fuckin' brilliant.

Satch---I get my mp3s from everywhere---my vinyl, CDs, and of course the interweb. However, sitting on the floor of dusty old record shacks remains my favorite way to discover music.

Hi Lily ;)

Dan---Thanks, man. I don't think I've had the honor of my own playlist until now. Hopefully, you like me enough to burn me (onto a CD, preferably).

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