Tuesday, December 29, 2009

"Come On Doooooown"......

From 1975's "One for The Road", here's Greg Perry "Come on Down (Get Your Head Out the Cloud)." http://www.zshare.net/audio/70551077d3c76396/ From the "B.Coming", here's Beans with "Look at Me Now." http://www.zshare.net/audio/70551903535e35dc/

"You Gettin' Served While Servin' Me"...

From 1973's "Lark", here's Linda Lewis with "Old Smokey." http://www.zshare.net/audio/70550765c2834258/
From the classic "Be", here's Common and John Mayer with "Go!"

"From the Illadelph Side....From the New York Side"...

From 1977's "Rising Sun", here's Japanese bassist, Teruo Nakamara with "Cat." http://www.zshare.net/audio/70549877ebd5208a/ From "Illadelph Halflife", here are the Roots and Q-Tip with "Ital (Universal Side)." http://www.zshare.net/audio/70549994c9709908/ From "Special Herbs: Vol 5 & 6", here's Doom with "Kava Kava Root." http://www.zshare.net/audio/705503640fe01de2/

"You Don't Have To Hide, What You Feel Inside"...

From 1981's "Alicia", here's Alicia Myers (from One Way fame) here's "If you Play Your Cards Right." http://www.zshare.net/audio/7054863424758df6/ From "Still Climbing", here's Brownstone with a Myers' remake. http://www.zshare.net/audio/705486653cbd28ba/ Syleena Johnson too. Here's her remake from "Chapter 2: The Flesh." http://www.zshare.net/audio/705486904ba0de1e/ From Kanye's "Video Anthology: College Dropout", here's Ye, Mase, and John Legend with "It's Alright." http://www.zshare.net/audio/7054715028f9ca01/

Friday, December 18, 2009

"Come and Drink It Up, It's Like H2O"....

From 1975's "Upchurch/Tennyson", here's guitarist, Philip Upchurch and pianist Tennyson Stephens with "Black Gold."
From "A Long Hot Summer", here's Masta Ace with Jean Grae for "Soda and Soap."

"Bang Bang Gotcha".....

From 1987's "Eyes of A Stranger" here's The Deele with "Shoot 'Em Up Movies." Aww look at Babyface and LA Reid with makeup. lol http://www.zshare.net/audio/70060953a2ef35f7/
From "Operation: Doomsday", here's Doom with one of my favorite hip hop songs of all time, "Red and Gold."
From "Lets' Do It Again", here's Camp Lo with "Gotcha." Played this one to death!!! lol

"Tryna Tell My Folks That Flow It Ain't Easy"....

From 1969's "Ball", here Iron Butterfly with "Real Fright." http://www.zshare.net/audio/7006057329cbb6a0/
From the classic "Below the Heavens" here's Blu and Exile with "The Narrow Path."

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

"They Just a Pale Make of My Chromosones"..

From "Go Right: Jazz Poland 1963-75", here are the Novi Singers with "Five, Four, Three." http://www.zshare.net/audio/686114543a7563c1/ From "So...How's Your Girl?", here's Handsome Boy Modeling School featuring Del tha Funkee Homosapien with "Magnetizing." http://www.zshare.net/audio/68611764be7a7241/

"Nothin Ever Promised Tomorrow Today"....

From 1970's "Travelin'", here's Tommy James and the Shondells with "Candy Maker."
From "Late Registration", here's Kanye with Adam Levine for "Heard 'Em Say." Drum Sample. Blink and you may miss this quick sample. lol

"He Got the Funk Yeeeeah"...

From the "Final Comedown", here's guitarist Grant Green with the smooth "Luanna's Theme." http://www.zshare.net/audio/6861030450c50ea3/
From Digable Planets' "Blowout Comb", here's "For Corners."

"Shoot Your Daughter in the Calf Muscle"...

From 1973's "Ecstasy", here are the Ohio Players (go head Junie!!) with "Ecstasy." http://www.zshare.net/audio/68610096002c18a2/ From "Reasonable Doubt", here's Jay-Z and Biggie with "Brooklyn's Finest." http://www.zshare.net/audio/686101544a275edb/

"Yes Yes Ya'll"...

From 1972's "Perception", here's underrated Philly band, Catalyst with "Uzuri."
From "The Mind", here's the title track from underrated MC Chubb Rock.
From ma girl, Bahamdia, off of "Kollage", here's Spontaneity."
From "Nocturnal", here's the Fab 5 (Heltah Skeltah) with "Leflaur Leflah Eshkoshka."

Friday, November 6, 2009

"La la La La Laaaa"

Also this 1967 classic, "Memory Band"
was sampled for
Off of "Center of Attention", here's INI with "Life I Live."
From "the Score", here are the Fugees with the Roberta Flack remake, "Killing Me Softly."
Here's the original: From 1973's "Killing Me Softly", here's Roberta Flack with the title track.

"If You Need 'Em I Got Crazy Profilactics"...

From 1977's "Come Into Knowledge" here's RAMP (Roy Ayers Music Project) with the gem, "Daylight." http://www.zshare.net/audio/6809439436b17505/ From 1967, here's Chess Records own, Rotary Connection (RIP Minnie Riperton) with "Memory Band." http://www.zshare.net/audio/680947548effd2a1/
From "People's Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm", here's a Tribe Called Quest with "Bonita Applebum."

"You Keep Sayin' 'Kick It, Quit It'"

From 1971's "Pieces of a Man", here is the classic "Home is Where the Hatred Is" by the marvelous Gil Scott-Heron.
From "Late Registration", here's Common's "My Way Home" off Kanye's CD.

"Never Sleep', Cause Sleep is The Cousin of Death"

From 1972 "Black Byrd", here's Donald Byrd with "Flight Time."
From Nasir Jones classic "Illmatic", here's "NY State of Mind."

"Day In, Day Out"...

From 1972's "Black Byrd", here's Donald Byrd with "Where Are We Going?"
From "Live From Ackniculous Land", here "(Peace) Ya' Self" from Philly's own, Three Times Dope.
An unreleased Mizell produced cut from 1972(later put on Byrd's album that same year), here's Marvin Gaye with "Where Are We Going?"

"Another Daay..Like Yesterday...ayy"

From 1979's "Ray, Goodman, and Brown", here's RGB with "Another Day."
From "One For All", here's Brand Nubian with "Wake Up (Reprise in the Sunshine)."

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

"Oh Sh.t, Son, She Slurpin and Burpin"...

From 1971's "Victim of the Joke?", here's David Porter with "Storm in the Summertime."
From "Shaolin's Finest", here's Ghostface killah with Killah Sin for "Strawberries."

"When They See Me..They Give Me a Pound and a Bear Hug"....

From 1968's "Release of an Oath", here are the Electric Prunes with "General Confession."
From Black Moon's "War Zone", here's
"Duress." Electric Prunes sampled.
From "Stone Crazy", here's "Niggas Know" from the Beatnuts.
From "Scouts Honor...By Way of Blood", here's Rampage with "Flipmode Iz Da Squad."
From "The W", here's the Wu-Tang Clan with "The Monument" featuring Busta Rhymes.