Wednesday, June 22, 2016

sample treasury

those are just five of countless rave tunes featuring diva samplige sourced mostly in the middle extemporising section of "let no man put asunder"

any others?

bigging up Rochelle Fleming and/or Annette Guest for ever

and here's a footwork tune also using a First Choice / 'Asunder' lick


Eli Bee said...

Naturally you chose hardcore and jungle tunes, but this acapella has been even more flayed in the house world. I love it but back in the day it was as played out as the "Jack Had a Groove" acapella and would inspire similar eye-rolling.

Derrick May's tribute to Ron Hardy's cut-up editing style is the first one I think of:

(Released under the name "Kramer Dashwood" - probably the most straightforward house track May ever recorded)

And the obligatory Todd Edwards cut up:

Timh Gabriele said...

not sure if you consider WhoSampled cheating, but they have identified the Shep Pettibone mix of "Let No Man Put Asunder" as the subject of 160 samples: