Here It is another sound isolated from the James Brown heavy Funk Music... This is one of my favourite heavy/funk/psych/rock guitar solo extracted from "Get up, get into it and get involved".. you can find this version in the "Jungle Groove" album.....
James Brown - "Get up, get into it and get involved"
Songs that made this sample famous
Big Daddy Kane - "Set It Off"
Gangstarr - "Got U"
Mellow Man Ace - "Rhyme Fighter"
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - "Talk About The Blues"
Here is another sample isolated for you ... this is really old school ... You've heard it for sure in many records ... even in a very commercial record entitled "Jenny From The Block" by Jennifer Lopez .... "Children play and women producing, men go working, some go stealing, everyone's got to make a living" ... Let's go ...
20th Century Steel Band - "Heaven And Hell Is On Earth"
Records That Made this Sample Famous
Jennifer Lopez ft Jadakiss - "Jenny From The Block"
The first time that I heard the sound of these horns was on the Run DMC song titled "Jam Master Jay" ... In a short time I discovered the original record from which they came ... "Scratchin" by Magic Disco Machine.... The isolation of these horns was laborious, because I had to suppress the bass drum, the hi hats and the guitar. I also had to rebuild the entire sound spectrum of natural reverb.
Magic Disco Machine - "Scratchin'"
Records that made this sample famous:
Run DMC - "Jam Master Jay"
MC Shan - "The Bridge"
Criminal Element Orchestra - "Put The Needle To The Record"
Hi .. In these days, I'm getting many messages asking me to isolate the sounds coming from Electro / Electrofunk classics... I remind you that my e-mail address is email@example.com ... for any request: Dj Sets, Info, Promo, Beats & Professional Sound Isolations ... Today I present to you three sounds from three of the most electrofunk classic from the eighties ... The first is an isolation of the famous orchestral stab coming from "Planet Rock" (Afrika Bambaataa & The Soulsonic Force) ... The second is the electronic stab coming from "Electric Kingdom" by Twilight-22 .. and finally, the third is the sequence of synthesizer coming from the intro of "Looking For The Perfect Beat" (Afrika Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic Force) .... History!! ... Enjoy & Share!!
Afrika Bambaataa & The Soulsonic Force - Planet Rock
Afrika Bambaataa & The Soulsonic Force - Planet Rock - Stab - Isolation
When you use these sounds to produce your own beats and tracks,
remember two very important things:
1) respect the laws of your country on sampling, or be smart and make the samples unrecognizable.
2) mention me in the production credits of your records.
Dear Friends, this time we are dealing with electro sounds ... The isolations of electro sounds are not difficult ... especially when I use the Push-Pull ... The only obstacle is often the claps and snares, on which I work with softwares that graphically subtract portions of sound, such as Izotope Rx or Photosounder ... But the most important part is the reconstruction of the sound spectrum of the parts of sound that I'm going to kill .. Very soon I will produce a tutorial where I will explain all the stages of the 'art of' sound insulation ... Today I have chosen you for the isolation of the famous synth contained in the song "Clear" by Cybotron ....
Cybotron - "Clear"
Songs that made this sample Famous:
Blowfly - "Electronic Pussy Sucker"
Dynamix II - "Just Give The DJ A Break"
Frankie Bones - "Call It Techno"
Missy Elliot ft Ciara & Fatman Scoop - "Loose Control"
One of the most fascinating and strange musical instruments in the history of funk music is the Talkbox... This tool has been used by many musicians, but the king of the talkbox, for me, is Roger Troutman ... He used the talkbox in many of his songs, but the most famous is "More Bounce To The Ounce", performed and recorded when he was the leader of Zapp ... I have made this sound isolation of the talkbox and claps using the push-pull and various softwares .. It was not an easy job, because the claps interfered with the frequencies of the talkbox ... so I decided to isolate the claps and talkbox together, giving you this acappella ... Enjoy & Share with your friends!!!!!!
If you Like Obscure Drum Breaks you must have This One... It's not Billy Cobham, Clyde Stubblefield or John Bonham but the great R&B and Soul female Singer Chaka Khan... I've Found This Break on youtube, and the video clip it's a live tv performance property of CBS Ent..... I've remastered and completely reconstructed the beat because the recording was not good quality and Chaka had some off beats during the drumming!!!!! Enjoy And Share!!!!!
Funky Drummer is one of the most used and sampled original break.... You can it find on various formats, album and compilation... the incredible bonus beat, or the original version... I'm a James Brown addicted :)... and I like a lot of his songs... but Funky Drummer is like the Funky Drums Anthem, the funk beat manifesto that all the Producers must know!!!!! This time is not about beats, but vocals... Ain't it funky?
Another dope sample isolated!!! Do you remember the scream sampled by DJ Muggs for the House of Pain Anthem "Jump Around"??? It's Not a Scream... Some people believed that was Prince screaming or James Brown.... Hell no!!!! It's a Screaming Saxophone played and recorded by Autri DeWalt Mixon Jr a.k.a Junior Walker on the record called "Shoot Your Shot"... the isolation was not easy... to much hi hats and snare.. but the mission was completed 100%... Enjoy And Share!!!!!!!!!!!
Oberheim OB-X Synthesizer... A unique growling sound... Geddy Lee.... Incredible and gigantic Power Drums... Neil Peart These are the ingredients of one of the most popular breaks!!!! I'm talking about the massive intro of "Tom Sawyer" by Rush.
The Original Sample...
Songs that made this sample famous...
Mellow Man Ace - "Hip Hop Creature"
Fort Minor - "We Major"
Dj Q-Bert - "Demplition Pumpkin Squeeze Music - Intro"
Another dope sample isolated.. this is the famous Sax line used by producer Hank Shocklee (Bomb Squad) in "Rebel Without a pause" by Public Enemy.
The Sax was played by Maceo Parker ( James Brown, J.B.'s, Parliament-Funkadelic ).
This is one of my favourite samples.. This synth line is immortal, and was recorded and performed by Walter Junie Morrison (Synth Keyboards player for Parliament & Ohio Players). This isolation is very famous, and it's not the first time that was realized by someone... but it's the first time you can find on free download the complete synth lines... the isolation is very good, and work very well, you can use it for your scratch sessions, or use the sample in your productions... Enjoy & Share!!!!!!
The Original Song....
Very Famous Tracks That Sampled This Synth Line...
Another one dope sample isolated... Guitar isolation is not so simple.. and the resulting is very far from the original.. but it is good enough for a very creative use...
The sample we're talking about is the wah wah guitar from the incredible song "The Payback" by Godfather of Soul James Brown.. The guitar player who recorded this famous guitar session was Hearlon Cheese Martin... and He is the only Remaining guitarist from the Jb's alive.
Another isolated sample for you... Champ By Mohawks!!! Mohawks was one of the bands of the legendary hammond player Alan Hawksahw... and this song contains the most famous organ riff in the History of Sampling... and don't miss the vocals... Champ!!!!!!
This is the first episode of this blog.. and if you love make music with the samples as I do, you will understand what I'm giving you... one of the most incredible and famous break in 3 different versions...
The first one is the complete version.. the second is the isolated beat, and the third version is the isolated bells groove... what am i talking about? Mardi Gras from composer and keyboard Player Bob James (Bob James Wiki Bio) ... if you don't know this sample, listen to the first 30 seconds of the original song....
The record that made this sample very famous was Peter Piper by Run Dmc....
If You want to know why I've done this incredible isolation, You must know a story about this mighty record: "In the early 70's when Bob James "One" was recorded and released, CTI was starting to gain momentum and making some money. Creed Taylor decided to play a joke on Bob James when he was recording his second album titled "Two" - In Early March, Creed Taylor pressed up 4 copies of a 12 inch for "Mardi Gras" and had the tape running backwards on the track with the "bells" and pressed it on vinyl. The pressings arrived just before April 1st (fools day) and on April 1st, Bob James was called into Creed Taylors office to present the idea of making the "bells" go backwards and pitched the idea of the "space bells" at the beginning. Bob James was totally against it and fell for the joke until he realized it a was April fools. They both had a laugh and that was supposed to be the end of it.
At the record pressing plant in Venezuela, the person mastering the recording thought the bells going backwards in the left speaker was a possible mistake so he pressed up a "mono" version only recording the right side onto vinyl. (The side with no bells) 4 promos were pressed : 2 mono copies with no bells and 2 with the bells going backwards. Hand written on the "backwards bells" (or "spacebells") in marker read "bells"
Biz Markie got his hands on a copy of the backwards bells version (together with the CTI record case made of paper mache and contained a promo CTI chocolate bar (which Biz Markie already ate years ago) he doesn't mention this out of embarassment.
Biz noticed it had the word "bells" written on it in washable ink so he wiped off the word "bells" and now tells people he has a "bell less" version (which he does) but in what context he won't tell you. (And he didn't want to tell people he had a "backwards bell" version because he didn't want to be ridiculed so he only recorded the right side of the record (the side with no bells) and plays it in serato.
So Biz Markie owns one. where are the others? I have a copy and supposedly thes one has one. Rumor has it that Bob James (or Creed Taylor) himself dishwarped the other copies and uses them as ashtrays for guests. When Paul Simon (the original writer for this song) was asked about all of this
"bell less" hype, he just looked at us really strange and gave no comment."
That's the reason why I operated this incredible isolation. I want to make available not only the beat, but also the bells.. in High Quality... and the quality make the difference!!!!!!!!!
"Bob James - Mardi Gras (Reverse Bells Version)"
"Bob James - Mardi Gras (Biz Markie Plays No Bells Version)"
Hi... I'm Iceone from Roma (Italy)... I produce Hip Hop Beats and spin Hip Hop Records since 1982... This Blog is for the "original breaks" lovers!!!! This is something unique... I'll be giving you loops of your favourite breaks... original breaks and new undiscovered breaks.. but the best part is that I'll give all the parts of your favourite breaks and grooves isolated when it will be possible... You can use this resources as a dj, or producer... Do what you want, but remember to respect my infinte love for this music and respect my work... respect the laws of your country about copyright and sample use or be smart and use your skills to make the samples unrecognizable!!!!! Enjoy, Share and Download!!!!
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