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Cut-n-Paste/Plunderphonic/Sampladelica Artists & Tracks of All Tim

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  • GrundleStiltzkinGrundleStiltzkin Posts: 26,841
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    Coldcut - Beats & Pieces


    I like this version better
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  • GrundleStiltzkinGrundleStiltzkin Posts: 26,841
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    DJ Shadow - Building Steam with a Grain of Salt


    DJ Shadow - Six Days


    @YellowSnow you want you're Discogs valuation to jump, hope that DJ Shadow samples something of some obscure record you own.
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  • AZDuckAZDuck Posts: 14,399
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    Lemon Jelly, Breezeblock, BBC Radio One, 1999

    track list:

    Max Miller - Mary Ann (HMV)
    The Avalanches - Information (Rex)
    DNA featuring Suzanne Vega - Tom's Diner (A&M)
    Marly Marl - The Man Marly Marl (Cold Chillin')
    Salena Jones - (Walk Me Out In The) Morning Dew (CBS)
    The 2 Live Crew - Hoochie Mama (Lil' Joe)
    Herb Albert - Shady (White Label)
    The Evolution Control Committee - Rebel Without A Pause (Whipped Cream Mix) (Eerie Materials)
    Carpenters - Love Is Surrender (A&M)
    Donna Allen - Serious (Twenty-One)
    Ray Bryant - The Madison Time - Part I (Calls By Eddie Morrison) (Collectables)
    John Carpenter - President At The Train (Silva America)
    Nelson Riddle - Lamento (Verve)
    Wax Doctor - Never As Cool (Metalheadz)
    Sammy Davis Jr. - Chico The Man (Reprise)
    The Rutles - Let's Be Natural (Rhino)
    GrundleStiltzkin[Deleted User]
  • GrundleStiltzkinGrundleStiltzkin Posts: 26,841
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    Avalanches - Since I Left You


    Avalanches - Frontier Psychiatry



    Late comer to the Avalanches, brilliant shit.

    This short film is a fantastic depiction of the genre, brilliant in its own right.
    AZDuck[Deleted User]backthepack
  • AZDuckAZDuck Posts: 14,399
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    Orbital - Halcyon and On (live) - From the album In Sides. Including samples from Bon Jovi's You Give Love A Bad Name and Belinda Carlisle's Heaven Is A Place On Earth.
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  • GrundleStiltzkinGrundleStiltzkin Posts: 26,841
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    Girl Talk - Like This


    Never have liked GT as much as I should I guess, great track tho.
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  • AZDuckAZDuck Posts: 14,399
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    https://mega.nz/#!bYckzLRb!m-m3sBukIzPPzjPygVg7q8dI0KZs66Y_krzsVlRI5XA

    Coldcut sit in for Gilles Peterson 14 January 2017

    Obongjayar - Creeping
    Heatwave - Star Of The Story
    Melody Gardot - Four Women
    David Snell - Crab Apples
    Pharoah Sanders - Astral Travelling
    Stanley Cowell - Lullabye
    Matthew Halsall - The Move
    Ryuzaki Tsukawa - San Francisco
    Thundercat - Bus In These Streets [Brainfeeder]
    Georgie Fame - Somebody Stole My Thunder
    Sam Most - Jungle Fantasy
    Povo - Celestial Blues
    Eddie Gale - African Sunshine
    Philip Cohran & The Artistic Heritage Ensemble - The African Look
    Βαγγέλης Κατσούλης - Earth Beat
    O’Donel Levy - People Make The World Go Round
    Vincent Gemignani - Insidieusement Les Elfes
    Linda Williams - Elevate Your Mind
    The Vibrations - Shake It Up
    The Clovers - The Bossa Nova (My Heart Said)
    Sergio Mendes - Brasileiro - Kalimba
    Paulinho E Sua Bateria - Samba De Carnaval
    Pearly Queen - Quit Jivin'
    Gladys Knight & The Pips - Who Is She (And What Is She To You)
    Wganda Kenya - El Abanico
    Ebo Taylor & Uhuru-Yenzu - Love & Death
    Hugh Masekela - Mace & Grenades
    Doris & Kelley - You Don't Have To Worry
    The Frightnrs - I'd Rather Go Blind [Daptone]
    The Internet - Special Affair
    Shy FX - Honey
    Ghetto Priest - Life Ain't Easy (Vocal Dub)
    Diggs Duke - Is It Love
    Emanative - Black Enchantment
    Warp 69 - Natural High
    Roger Damawuzan Les As Du Benin - Baba Na Ayele
    George Avramidis - The Corruptor
    Mélanie De Biasio - I'm Gonna Leave You [PIAS]
    BADBADNOTGOOD - Cashmere [Innovative Leisure]
    Dominick Martin - Need
    T-Coy - Carino
    GrundleStiltzkin[Deleted User]
  • GrundleStiltzkinGrundleStiltzkin Posts: 26,841
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    Gladys Knight & Shy FX in the same set, respekt.
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  • Pitchfork51Pitchfork51 Posts: 8,195
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    When I was a sophomore in college girl talk was the fucking shit
    GrundleStiltzkin[Deleted User]AZDuck
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 7,662
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    My David Bromberg is only $3.74 on Discogs nearly 30 years after Paul's Boutique. Fuck you Dust Brothers!!

    GrundleStiltzkin[Deleted User]AZDuck
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 7,662
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    Shadrach, Meshach and Abednago

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  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 7,662
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    Just so we clear, Paul's Boutique was the greatest rhyming and stealing of all tim. Sampling could never happen to that degree ever again.
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  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 7,662
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    I'd bet @Dennis_DeYoung has spun this wax. Panache as sampled by Latyrx
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  • GrundleStiltzkinGrundleStiltzkin Posts: 26,841
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    Just so we clear, Paul's Boutique was the greatest rhyming and stealing of all tim. Sampling could never happen to that degree ever again.

    Paul’s Boutique is great. Strictly from a sampling standpoint, Endtroducing is better, the Avalanches Album is better, I’m sure there’s more. Every note of Endtroducing was a sample, and he did that in 1994 on like a MPC-60 or some shit.

    Paul’s Boutique elevated the artform to be sure, and it’s fun as hell. Somewhere I have the 10 hours or however long when KEXP played every major sample source from PB in order.
    YellowSnow[Deleted User]AZDuck
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 7,662
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    Just so we clear, Paul's Boutique was the greatest rhyming and stealing of all tim. Sampling could never happen to that degree ever again.

    Paul’s Boutique is great. Strictly from a sampling standpoint, Endtroducing is better, the Avalanches Album is better, I’m sure there’s more. Every note of Endtroducing was a sample, and he did that in 1994 on like a MPC-60 or some shit.

    Paul’s Boutique elevated the artform to be sure, and it’s fun as hell. Somewhere I have the 10 hours or however long when KEXP played every major sample source from PB in order.
    That Broadcast on KEXP was epic.
    GrundleStiltzkin[Deleted User]
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 7,662
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    Just so we clear, Paul's Boutique was the greatest rhyming and stealing of all tim. Sampling could never happen to that degree ever again.

    Paul’s Boutique is great. Strictly from a sampling standpoint, Endtroducing is better, the Avalanches Album is better, I’m sure there’s more. Every note of Endtroducing was a sample, and he did that in 1994 on like a MPC-60 or some shit.

    Paul’s Boutique elevated the artform to be sure, and it’s fun as hell. Somewhere I have the 10 hours or however long when KEXP played every major sample source from PB in order.
    I will try to listen to the above cuts time permitting.
    [Deleted User]GrundleStiltzkinAZDuck
  • GrundleStiltzkinGrundleStiltzkin Posts: 26,841
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    Just so we clear, Paul's Boutique was the greatest rhyming and stealing of all tim. Sampling could never happen to that degree ever again.

    Paul’s Boutique is great. Strictly from a sampling standpoint, Endtroducing is better, the Avalanches Album is better, I’m sure there’s more. Every note of Endtroducing was a sample, and he did that in 1994 on like a MPC-60 or some shit.

    Paul’s Boutique elevated the artform to be sure, and it’s fun as hell. Somewhere I have the 10 hours or however long when KEXP played every major sample source from PB in order.
    I will try to listen to the above cuts time permitting.
    @AZDuck can reality check me on this, but I think PWEI’s This Is This... runs close to Paul’s Boutique. Stylistically different and more frenetic, and certainly not anywhere near the production budget. But I still think the two albums are similar. And it kicks ass.
    AZDuck
  • AZDuckAZDuck Posts: 14,399
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    Just so we clear, Paul's Boutique was the greatest rhyming and stealing of all tim. Sampling could never happen to that degree ever again.

    Paul’s Boutique is great. Strictly from a sampling standpoint, Endtroducing is better, the Avalanches Album is better, I’m sure there’s more. Every note of Endtroducing was a sample, and he did that in 1994 on like a MPC-60 or some shit.

    Paul’s Boutique elevated the artform to be sure, and it’s fun as hell. Somewhere I have the 10 hours or however long when KEXP played every major sample source from PB in order.
    I will try to listen to the above cuts time permitting.
    @AZDuck can reality check me on this, but I think PWEI’s This Is This... runs close to Paul’s Boutique. Stylistically different and more frenetic, and certainly not anywhere near the production budget. But I still think the two albums are similar. And it kicks ass.
    PWEI is super underrated.


    "Dance of the Mad Bastards"

    Those guys were ahead of their time. Also check out

    MARRS "Pump Up the Volume,"


    The KLF/Timelords "1987 - What the Fuck Is Going On?"


    note: Scottish rapping

    and Colourbox "Just Give Em' Whiskey"


    And for today's recent(ish) entrant, I offer FDEL's "Rocksteady."



    featuring samples from:

    Rock Steady by Aretha Franklin (1971)
    Love Like a Man by Ten Years After (1970)
    Get Down by Nas (2002)
    GrundleStiltzkin
  • GrundleStiltzkinGrundleStiltzkin Posts: 26,841
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    AZDuck said:

    Just so we clear, Paul's Boutique was the greatest rhyming and stealing of all tim. Sampling could never happen to that degree ever again.

    Paul’s Boutique is great. Strictly from a sampling standpoint, Endtroducing is better, the Avalanches Album is better, I’m sure there’s more. Every note of Endtroducing was a sample, and he did that in 1994 on like a MPC-60 or some shit.

    Paul’s Boutique elevated the artform to be sure, and it’s fun as hell. Somewhere I have the 10 hours or however long when KEXP played every major sample source from PB in order.
    I will try to listen to the above cuts time permitting.
    @AZDuck can reality check me on this, but I think PWEI’s This Is This... runs close to Paul’s Boutique. Stylistically different and more frenetic, and certainly not anywhere near the production budget. But I still think the two albums are similar. And it kicks ass.
    And for today's recent(ish) entrant, I offer FDEL's "Rocksteady."



    featuring samples from:

    Rock Steady by Aretha Franklin (1971)
    Love Like a Man by Ten Years After (1970)
    Get Down by Nas (2002)
    I like this.
    AZDuck
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 7,662
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    Avalanches - Since I Left You


    Avalanches - Frontier Psychiatry



    Late comer to the Avalanches, brilliant shit.

    This short film is a fantastic depiction of the genre, brilliant in its own right.

    So I've been listening to the Avalanche's "Since I left You" on Spotify. Some really cool shit here.
    GrundleStiltzkin
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