S.O.U.L. Samples

S.O.U.L. is an obscure early 70s funk group that released some of the absolute dopest tracks from that era. They recorded two albums in between the years of 1971 and 1973: “What Is It” and “Can You Feel It”. From what I can gather, they disbanded shortly after the release of their second album, so unfortunately, their entire catalog contains less than 20 tracks. Producers that have sampled S.O.U.L. include Pete Rock, Marley Marl, The Large Professor, The Jungle Brothers, MF Doom, etc.

S.O.U.L. – Samples
1. S.O.U.L. – Burning Spear
2. Organized Konfusion – Releasing Hypnotical Gases
3. Pete Rock & CL Smooth – Go With The Flow
4. S.O.U.L. – Soul
5. Slick Rick – A Letter
6. Jungle Brothers – In Dayz 2 Come
7. Main Source – Fakin’ The Funk
8. S.O.U.L. – Piece Of Mind
9. Craig G – What You’re Used To
10. Main Source – Peace Is Not The Word To Play
11. S.O.U.L. – Message From A Black Man
12. MF Doom – Sarsaparilla (Instrumental)


S.O.U.L. – Burning Spear

S.O.U.L. – Soul

S.O.U.L. – Piece Of Mind

S.O.U.L. – Message From A Black Man

–Roy Johnson

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3 Responses to “S.O.U.L. Samples”

  1. Anonymous says:

    i know the 2 albums were released in 1 nice cd package, but i havent been able to find it. if anyone wanted to post it, i wouldnt be mad.

  2. verge says:

    @Anonymous- Here's a link to a download of the CD re-issue with both albums on it.
    And that's a really great soul and funk blog to check for, if you're into that.

  3. Anonymous says:

    oh shiiit i go to this blog. i guess not far back enough though. good lookin fam.

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