List the Cuts not the Breaks

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Re: List the Cuts not the Breaks

Postby Junge » Wed Mar 24, 2010 8:15 pm

Jemie wrote: or can help with the not well known samples .. except from this list

Jimmy Castor Bunch - Troglodyte
Man Parrish - Hip Hop Be Bop
Malcolm McLaren - D'ya Like Scratchin
Shannon - Let the Music play
C.O.D. - In the Bottle
C-Bank - One more Shot
Man Parrish - Boogie Down Bronx
Roman Sandals - This is it
Imperial Brothers - We come to Rock
Hashim - Al-Naafiysh (Cutting Remix)
Freeez - I.O.U.
The B-Boys - Rock the House
Afrika Bambaataa - Looking for the Perfect Beat
Afrika Bambaataa - Renegades of Funk
C.O.D. - Uphill Peace of Mind
Dr. Jeckyll & Mr. Hyde - Gettin' Money (Instrumental)
The B-Boys - Two , Three , Break
Boogie Boys - Break Dancer
Beat Steet Movie Samples
GLOBE & Whiz Kid - Play that Beat
Run DMC - It's like that
Rockers Revenge - Battle Cry


I also heard
michael viners incredible bongo band-apache
newcleus-jam on it
Maurie starr-electric funkydrummer(te smurph voice)
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Re: List the Cuts not the Breaks

Postby Repo136 » Fri Mar 26, 2010 7:16 am

~J~C~O))) wrote:I got gurgles from that Jan n Dean record - and thats not a reference to space brownies. All I couldnt find and was wondering about was the 2 samples together that sound like - all prunes eat/ Hello men or Hello there. I got the 1st part , all prunes eat (if thats what it actually says? ) but the last part sounds like it could be culled from this kid's nursery rhyme type record yer talking about.


"All prunes eat" is actually "....or prune seeds" when the 'Robin'-character is talking about going through some bins and finding undesirable contents (from the Jan N Dean record).

And I think the "Hello men or Hello there" sample is kids saying "Alvin!" i.e. 'Alvin & The Chipmunks'.
Actually talking of 'Alvin & The Chipmunks', I only realised last Xmas that Cutmaster DC cuts up "Alvin" on his 'The Night Before Xmas' 12" from 1985!
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Re: List the Cuts not the Breaks

Postby ~J~C~O))) » Fri Mar 26, 2010 12:42 pm

Ok that makes more sense, even though it changes one of my catchphrases forever! when i was listening to that Jan and Dean record, I just had a piece of paper and a pen , waiting for the samples to jump out, which they did but of course I paid no attention to the context.
Is that a definite on the 'Alvin' line then? sounds like posh english kids to me!
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Re: List the Cuts not the Breaks

Postby Pr@nG! » Sun Mar 28, 2010 10:38 am

Check this old skool breakin' video someone put together to Globe and Whiz's beat. I still don't know the squeeky sound Whiz Kid scratches.

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Re: List the Cuts not the Breaks

Postby jemie » Fri Apr 30, 2010 12:53 pm

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Re: List the Cuts not the Breaks

Postby IRISH CRAIG » Sun Feb 27, 2011 3:55 am



Sorry to bump an old thread but this sound-bite/ sample is doin my head in and I could really do with it for work if anyone knows it

It drops @ the 1 minute mark, and its the 'Before we go any further/ game I just made up' section...

I recognise the SOUNDS OF THE STUDIO bit from DJ Shadow or someone of that ilk, but does anyone remember what....or anyone know the sample, or even what its from originally ?

'THIS IS THE SOUND OF BAD EDITING' is the killer line im after really.

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Re: List the Cuts not the Breaks

Postby Ackniculous » Sun Feb 27, 2011 4:37 am

AMAZING THREAD! Didn't see this one, had a break from OSHH at time... read the whole lot, FASCINATING! Learnt a lot... so how about this one then... TELL THE PEOPLE WHAT YOU'RE THE KING OF... TURNTABLES!, Cashmoney and Marvs UGLY PEOPLE BE QUIET jam...

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Re: List the Cuts not the Breaks

Postby Lord Yorkshire » Sun Feb 27, 2011 8:59 pm

Ackniculous wrote:AMAZING THREAD! Didn't see this one, had a break from OSHH at time... read the whole lot, FASCINATING! Learnt a lot... so how about this one then... TELL THE PEOPLE WHAT YOU'RE THE KING OF... TURNTABLES!, Cashmoney and Marvs UGLY PEOPLE BE QUIET jam...



fantastic, also got ON THE WHEELS OF STEEL HE IS.....
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Re: List the Cuts not the Breaks

Postby IRISH CRAIG » Tue Mar 01, 2011 4:00 am

Top man Ackniculous, cheers for another piece in the puzzle

I wonder where the TURNTABLE part comes from, cos that sounds like its bein scratched itself, amazin sample though, who knew....cheers

Any clues on that SOUNDS OF THE STUDIO part ?
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Re: List the Cuts not the Breaks

Postby cutpurseboy » Fri Mar 04, 2011 9:50 am

Good work on the Cash Money sample. That Turntable scratch used on Fierce has a drum underneath.. wonder what the source was they used?


Anybody know what Jazzy Jeff used to do his Transform Scratch on Magnificent Jazzy Jeff?


"He got on the wheels of steel and began to... transform"
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Re: List the Cuts not the Breaks

Postby ramses » Fri Mar 04, 2011 3:46 pm

cutpurseboy wrote:

Anybody know what Jazzy Jeff used to do his Transform Scratch on Magnificent Jazzy Jeff?


"He got on the wheels of steel and began to... transform"


Been a while since I listened to it but isn't it from Dance To The Drummer's Beat?
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Re: List the Cuts not the Breaks

Postby Repo136 » Fri Mar 04, 2011 9:25 pm

ramses wrote:
cutpurseboy wrote:

Anybody know what Jazzy Jeff used to do his Transform Scratch on Magnificent Jazzy Jeff?


"He got on the wheels of steel and began to... transform"


Been a while since I listened to it but isn't it from Dance To The Drummer's Beat?


Same here but I'd say it was Herman Kelly for sure.
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Re: List the Cuts not the Breaks

Postby Ackniculous » Sat Mar 05, 2011 4:39 pm

Repo136 wrote:
ramses wrote:
cutpurseboy wrote:

Anybody know what Jazzy Jeff used to do his Transform Scratch on Magnificent Jazzy Jeff?


"He got on the wheels of steel and began to... transform"


Been a while since I listened to it but isn't it from Dance To The Drummer's Beat?


Same here but I'd say it was Herman Kelly for sure.


...I think CPB means the word 'Transform' at the end of, 'He got on the wheels of steel and began to.... TRANSFORM', not the beats...

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Re: List the Cuts not the Breaks

Postby b-boy bob » Mon Mar 07, 2011 1:24 pm

IRISH CRAIG wrote:
I wonder where the TURNTABLE part comes from, cos that sounds like its bein scratched itself,


G.M. Flash - girls love the way he spins.

'well right about now, gonna let you know, the man on the turntable is ready to go, ha,
the wheels of steel are like his slave, the unusual way he makes them behave...'
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Re: List the Cuts not the Breaks

Postby kooldjnez » Sat Mar 12, 2011 9:26 pm

Freddy fresh wrote:Wooo on Dj Cheese King Kut is intro to TSki Valleys - Catch The Beat on Grand Groove


What about the samples that pan left and right when they rhyme?I know one is sing sing,but what is the other one?
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