|dr_rock - 2006-07-20 |
I always wondered where that came from. I figured it was James Brown.
|Hooper_X - 2006-07-20 |
Awesome piece of musical scholarship. This and "Apache" are basically the two biggest samples evar.
|baleen - 2006-07-20 |
everybody in the world needs to see this
|happy_ending - 2006-07-20 |
|yoyo1 - 2006-07-20 |
Before he actually plays it, the dreadful beat was already playing full volume in my head!
|Aubrey McFate - 2006-07-20 |
Holy shit. I may never listen to music the same way again. (Nice point on copyrights, too.)
|boba. - 2006-07-22 |
Winstons don't even own copyright to their song.He bought a UK press on ebay.Jungle sucks.Ignorant.
|keinsignal - 2007-02-01 |
Very well put together. Wish he'd included Van Helden's "Breakdancer's Call".
|Yakoo:MarkTwo - 2007-03-19 |
No comment. Just a good video.
|danthedrummer - 2007-04-24 |
Fascinating, though he didn't mention the drummer, Gregory C. Coleman, who actually played the beat.
|Endoris - 2007-07-21 |
It's good to see a decent analysis of something so omnipresent in our musical culture that we rarely think to analyze it. Nice.
Plus, I was just looking up stuff on the Amen break a few days ago, and it was even weirder that I actually came across this today.
|Stopheles - 2007-09-12 |
Great little dissertation, though I think he's a little hard on Squarepusher and his ilk.
|j lzrd / swift idiot - 2007-10-31 |
Well damn. All music is the same.
|Lies, lies, LIES! - 2008-09-03 |
Nick C. hates it, so five stars.
|Keefu - 2008-12-28 |
Learn your cultural heritage.
|Goethe and ernie - 2009-01-13 |
I saw this one morning in 2006 when I had the day off work with a migraine. Five stars for how much I enjoyed it back then, and another, theoretical, five stars for how much I enjoyed it now.
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