Actually Ed, I do believe it, it doesn't sound like a direct sample at all to me. Based on this, and your comment, I'll send a message through to the admins to have this corrected. Assuming you're the real Ed Solo, respect is due for some good tunes down the years. If you're not the real Ed Solo, never mind.
Instantly infectious and gave hip hop a deep funky groove, all time classic
Such a fat sample
Believe it or not the vocal is actually re-recorded by Beardyman !!
I just listened to the whole track but I didnt hear it
Somebody has tagged "vocoder" on the undisputed truth but it's simply some "Leslie speaker" effect on the voice not a vocoder! ;)
I think the guitar solo is funkadelic - maggot brain
Also heard in "Coelacanth II" (sample appears @ 0:52) :http://open.spotify.com/track/0N4b8aTriH2Js2ONe0vj93
@Shimmy LevyActually, what I meant was that piano sample is unique because it's the only sample that doesn't stand out. It actually overlaps the main instrumental (though not in Coelacanth II). THAT's why I didn't notice it.
I can tell its the same break but how the hell they get that snare to sound like that
On the Juan Epstein episode (April 21st 2014) Pharoah Monch explained that the piano riff was not a sample, but instead played by the engineer.
@Roppenzo- Apparently that was originally thought to have been the case but research has revealed it not to be so, judging by the comments on some YouTube videos and this site.
just my two cents, if it wasn't for hearing madvillainy at age 15-16 i would have never become wildly fascinated by the notion of rearranging and creating new compositions from vinyl (don't get me wrong always loved hip hop that album is just on some other original s***), and never would have started digging for real and opening my ears up, and never would have found the music i listen to today which i couldn't imagine going without, and never would have bought a 2000xl and a 303 and turntables and actually try the process out for myself, and at 22 i gotta say its been a sweet sweet journey (that will never end!)...all because of hearing that one album...investigating madlib has opened doors for me in so many different genres of music that could not have been opened otherwise! like kankick said whosampled is indeed quite whack, although no one can claim that the internet hasn't facilitated digging in certain ways. i use discogs myself to peruse through labels and find releases i haven't heard before, and i take that knowledge with me to the record store. that being said, wannabe producers who come to this website searching for samples to use are certainly taking 'shortcuts;' that kind of mentality disregards the appreciation and absorption of the music, which seems to be why this oxnard school of beat makers do what they do.i mean damn there must be something in that oxnard water because those guys are on another leveleveryone one this form should go smoke something and space out to kan zulu's belt drive & beats band mix for an hour :o)
Whyyyyy? This makes me want to cry
@JayRobert the drum sample is James Brown - Get Up, Get Into It, Get Involved and the vocal is actually from the James Brown sample not Sweet Linda Divine
Yes. This is tough
what a find!
Diplo may not have gotten producer credit on “Run The World (Girls),” but he DID produce another Beyoncé song on the same album: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/End_of_Time_%28song%29. I rather assume there's no bad blood there!
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