Thanks a ton for posting this sample!
It's the Tin Tin Out remix that's sampled here, not the original.
I can imagine this bein 10 times better if someone else produced it instead of kanye west
Rest in Power
Jesus christ this is such a disgusting flip.
Further evidence- if you click on the ebay link under the Shirley Ross video it takes you only to sheet music. If you click on I tunes it takes you only to the soundtrack for the 2010 film 'A single man' which contains a version of 'Blue Moon' by Jo Stafford.
This should be listed as a cover of 'Blue Moon' by Glen Gray, same as all the other versions on here. 'Blue Moon' by Rodgers and Hart is not what is in this clip and does not exist as a released recording.This is 'The Bad in every man' by Shirley Ross, the forerunner to 'Blue Moon', and was also never released.
This is not right. Lorenz and Hart wrote 'Blue Moon' however the version in this film (which wasn't even called Blue Moon at the time because those particular lyrics hadn't even been written (you can read about it in the description next to the YouTube video) was never even properly recorded and released and therefore does not belong on this site. The song in the video is actually 'The Bad in every man' sung by Shirley Ross in the clip which later became 'Blue Moon' when Lorenz and Hart wrote new lyrics. Lorenz and Hart's Blue Moon was given to Connie Boswell to record, although it was Glen Gray who recorded it first- Source- http://www.secondhandsongs.com/performance/90015.So what is actually in this clip isn't 'Blue Moon' it is 'The Bad in every man' by Shirley Ross, which 'Blue Moon' by Glen Gray could arguably be listed as a cover of, however it has never been properly recorded and released so going by the submission rules shouldn't be on here.
submitted the sample
Nice! Big up to Antoine for lettin' us know
Has anyone submitted the Wonder Woman vocal sample?
Yes it does but it's not there on the song
In the booklet, it states that it "contains a interpolation of the composition 'Yearning for your Love,' written by Oliver Scott, Ronald Wilson, and published by BMI."
Why isn't this page marked as protected? I tried to submit valid samples and they get declared as previously rejected. So you are clearly censoring here. Admit it at least when you filter content.
also produced for E-40 as "Big Tyme"
At 0:53 (and throughout) on the Nas remix, Dave Scratch also samples the flute riff that appears at 1:30 on Funky President.
DJ Shadow builds great music with a grain of Jeremy Storches piano hook lol
Wouldn't the Roberta Flack sample first appear at 2:52 instead of 4:00?
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