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James Brown – Samples Volume 5 & 6

Moving right along with his James Brown month, Roy Johnson brings us volumes 5 and 6 at his Scratch Reaction blog, and to our T.R.O.Y. forum. Catch up on the last 4 volumes of JB samples here.

Now, this blog post is already loaded, so I’m not gonna get into much about just how great the Godfather Of Soul was. His impact on Hip Hop, alone, is unparalleled. Imagine being around when his records were actually dropping, though. The times were turbulent and ever changing, sure, but the music that JB brought was ALWAYS dope. You ever wondered why a lot of his records are still expensive, even though there were hundreds of thousands pressed up? Because people played his records until the grooves burned out, plain and simple. Legendary status, non debatable.

James Brown – Samples Volume 5
1. James Brown – Can I Get Some Help (1969)
2. Ultramagnetic MCs & Tim Dog – Chorus Line II
3. Tim Dog – Fuck Compton
4. Percee P – ’92 Stretch & Bobbito Freestyle
5. Kool G Rap – Play It Kool
6. Schoolly D – Peace To The Nation
7. Ice T – Freedom Of Speech
8. James Brown – It’s A New Day (1970)
9. Grand Poobah Tony D – It’s My Day (Instrumental)
10. EPMD – Gold Digger
11. James Brown – Let A Man Come In… (1970)
12. Flavor Unit – Flavor Unit Assassination Squad
13. James Brown – Untitled Instrumental (1970)
14. Schoolly D – Godfather Of Funk
15. WC All Stars – We’re All In The Same Gang (Instrumental)


Producer Info:
Ultramagnetic MCs & Tim Dog – Chorus Line II (Produced by TR Love)
Tim Dog – Fuck Compton (Produced by Ced Gee)
Kool G Rap – Play It Kool (Produced by The Large Professor)
Schoolly D – Peace To The Nation (Produced by Schoolly D)
Ice T – Freedom Of Speech (Produced by Afrika Islam)
Grand Poobah – It’s My Day (Produced by Vandy-C)
EPMD – Gold Digger (Produced by EPMD)
Flavor Unit – Assassination Squad (Produced by Mark The 45 King)
Schoolly D – Godfather Of Funk (Produced by Schoolly D)
WC All Stars – We’re All In The Same Gang (Produced by Dr. Dre)

Preview:
James Brown – Can I Get Some Help (1969)
James Brown – It’s A New Day (1970)
James Brown – Let A Man Come In… (1970)
James Brown – Untitled Instrumental (1970)

James Brown – Samples Volume 6
1. James Brown – I Got To Move (1970)
2. Public Enemy – Welcome To The Terrordome
3. Hard Knocks – Strictly From The Bronx
4. DITC – Diggin’ In The Crates
5. Double XX Posse – Headcracker
6. Double XX Posse – Headcracker (Remix)
7. Cypress Hill – How I Could Just Kill A Man
8. James Brown – Brother Rapp (1970)
9. X-Clan – Holy Rum Swig
10. James Brown – Sex Machine (1970)
11. Phill Most Chill – Be Intelligent
12. MC Everlast – Syndication (Instrumental)
13. Greyson & Jasun – Get Bizzy (Instrumental)
14. Redman – Jam 4 U
15. Big Daddy Kane – Get Down


Producer Info:
Public Enemy – Terrordome (Produced by The Bomb Squad)
Hard Knocks – Strictly From… (Produced by The Spear Chuckers)
DITC – Diggin’ In The Crates (Produced by Showbiz)
Double XX Posse – Headcracker (Produced by BK Coleman)
Double XX Posse – Headcracker Remix (Produced by BK Coleman)
Cypress Hill – How I Could Just… (Produced by DJ Muggs)
X-Clan – Holy Rum Swig (Produced by Brother J)
Phill Most Chill – Be Intelligent (Produced by Phill Most Chill)
MC Everlast – Syndication (Produced by Bilal Bashir)
Greyson & Jasun – Get Bizzy (Produced by Vance Wright)
Redman – Jam 4 U (Produced by Erick Sermon & Redman)
Big Daddy Kane – Get Down (Produced by Big Daddy Kane)

Previews:
James Brown – I Got To Move (1970)
James Brown – Brother Rapp (1970)
James Brown – Sex Machine (1970)

Thanks again and peace and props to Roy Johnson for these.

–Verge

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