September 26, 2008

The De La Soul Collection, Vol. 1 [RE-UP]

The De La Soul Collection: samples used by De La Soul & Prince Paul.
1. War - 'Magic Mountain' (Used For Potholes In My Lawn)
2. Melvin Bliss - 'Synthetic Substitution' (Drums used for Potholes In My Lawn)
3. The Invitations - 'Written On The Wall' (Used For Plug Tunin (Original 12" Version))
4. Multiplication Rock - '3 Is The Magic #' (Used For The Magic Number)
5. Cymande - 'Bra' (Used For Change In Speak)
6. D. Johnson - 'Transmissions' (Used For Transmitting Live From Mars)
7. Steely Dan - 'Peg' (Used For Eye Know)
8. Lee Dorsey - 'Get Out My Life Woman' (Drums used for Eye Know)
9. Headhunters - 'God Make Me Funky' (Drums used for Take It Off)
10. Sly Stone - 'Crossword Puzzle' (Used For Say No Go)
11. Hall & Oates - 'Say No Go' (Used For Say No Go)
12. Detroit Emeralds - 'Baby Let Me Take You' (Used For Say No Go)
13. Taana Gardner - 'Heartbeat' (Used For Buddy (Remix))
14. Lafayette Afro Rock Band - 'Hihache' (Drum Skit)
15. Funkadelic - 'Knee Deep' (Used For Me Myself and I)
16. Bo Diddley - 'Hit Or Miss' (Used For Buddy Original Version)
17. The Whatnauts - 'Help Is On The Way' (Used For Ring, Ring, Ring (Ha Ha Hey))
18. Instant Funk - 'I Got My Mind Made Up' (Used For A Roller Skating Jam Named Saturdays)
19. Tower Of Power - 'Ebony Jam' (Used For A Roller Skating Jam Named Saturdays)
20. The Mighty Ryders - 'Evil Vibrations' (Used For A Roller Skating Jam Named Saturdays)
21. Frankie Valli - 'Grease' (Used For A Roller Skating Jam Named Saturdays)
22. Young Holt Unlimited - 'Light My Fire' (Used For A Roller Skating Jam Named Saturdays)
23. Funkadelic - 'I'll Stay' (Used For Millie Pulled A Pistol On Santa)
24. Bob James - 'Sign Of The Times' (Used For Keepin' The Faith)
25. Slave - 'Just A Touch Of Love' (Used For Keepin' The Faith)
26. Ahmad Jamal - 'Swahililand' (Used For Stakes Is High)
27. Wonder Man - 'Hey Love' (Used For Talking' Bout Hey Love')
28. Grand Funk - 'Nothing Is The Same' (Used For En Focus)
29. Wade Marcus - 'Spinning Wheel (Drum Skit)
30. Al Hirt - 'Harlem Hendo' (Used For Ego Trippin')
31. Jeff Beck - 'Come Dancing' (Drums used for 'Pauls Revenge' & 'Area')
32. Milt Jackson - 'Enchanged Lady' (Used For Dinninit)
33. Skull Snaps - 'It's A New Day' (Drum Skit)
34. Taana Gardner - 'No Frills' (Used For Bitties In The BK Lounge)
35. Lalo Schifrin - 'The Human Fly' (Used For Oooh)


Umberto said...

Super Blog Krinkle... any chance in re-uping this one. I got five on it...

Henry Krinkle said...

I will definitely re-up this one. Check back next week...

Umberto said...

Thank you so much! I appreciate all the time you put into this. God Bless.


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Umberto said...

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Let me hit you off with this...

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Umberto said...

The Turtles “You Showed Me.”

Ive been in love with this song for a while. I knew it was by the Turtles and I knew De La Soul got sued for it. On this CD it is mis-labeled "Transmissions" by D. Johnson. Don't know if this was done on purpose because of De La's predicament.

I did a search and found this:

De La Soul -“Transmitting Live From Mars”

“Transmitting Live From Mars” set a sample from a French lesson record atop a sample from the 1968 Turtles hit “You Showed Me.” The former Turtles filed a $1.7 million lawsuit, charging their music was sampled without their permission; the case was settled out of court for an undisclosed sum.

Three Feet High and Rising
(#24 pop, #1 R&B, 1989)

yielded a hit single in

“Me Myself and I”
(#34 pop, #1 R&B, 1989),

set to a sample of Funkadelic’s 1979 “(not just) Knee Deep.”

De La Soul then formed “Native Tongues,” a loose alliance with A Tribe Called Quest, the Jungle Brothers, Queen Latifah, Monie Love, and Black Sheep.

Nice to know a little more hip hop history.

Peace. Bird

Henry Krinkle said...

You're right - it's definitely The Turtles. I can't imagine why it's mislabeled - it's got to be deliberate.

Strictly Breaks records would definitely have the right source, it doesn't look like a typo, and I doubt they'd be concerned about the legal issues (as all their releases are unauthorized to begin with).

If anyone knows, feel free to chime in.

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