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Desc:roughly 18 minutes long, explaining its importance in modern pop culture
Category:Arts, Educational
Tags:winstons, amen break, jungle, break beats
Submitted:Terminal Button
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Comment count is 16
I always wondered where that came from. I figured it was James Brown.
Awesome piece of musical scholarship. This and "Apache" are basically the two biggest samples evar.
everybody in the world needs to see this
Before he actually plays it, the dreadful beat was already playing full volume in my head!
Aubrey McFate
Holy shit. I may never listen to music the same way again. (Nice point on copyrights, too.)
Winstons don't even own copyright to their song.He bought a UK press on ebay.Jungle sucks.Ignorant.
Very well put together. Wish he'd included Van Helden's "Breakdancer's Call".
No comment. Just a good video.
Fascinating, though he didn't mention the drummer, Gregory C. Coleman, who actually played the beat.
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.
Great little dissertation, though I think he's a little hard on Squarepusher and his ilk.
j lzrd / swift idiot
Well damn. All music is the same.
Lies, lies, LIES!
Nick C. hates it, so five stars.
Learn your cultural heritage.
Goethe and ernie
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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