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Interpolation (Replayed Sample) of Bass

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Michael Jackson's Off the Wall
Off the Wall
Epic 1979
Heatwave's Boogie Nights
Too Hot to Handle
Epic 1976
Sample appears at 0:19
Sample appears at 0:34

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Producer: Quincy Jones

Main genre: Soul / Funk / Disco

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Discussion
  • MultitrackMasters
    MultitrackMasters said 1 week ago:

    i have the bass track snippet to Off The Wall and i have Boogie on vinyl , when listening and isolating , they are 90% similar

  • Franckyfresh
    Franckyfresh said 1 week ago:

    Agree with you guys. If this a sample so we can also say that the song thriller samples the song off the wall too since it's the same temperton touch & sound ! So not a sample.

  • Hmmmm
    Hmmmm said 3 years ago:

    this conclusion doesn't belong here

  • thunder axe
    thunder axe said 3 years ago:

    can this really be considered a self-interpolation then?
    really more of a composer/player's signature style...

  • Hmmmm
    Hmmmm said 3 years ago:

    whats the point ?

  • Alex Ac
    Alex Ac said 4 years ago:

    cool find

  • therealbrooksy
    therealbrooksy said 4 years ago:

    accrouding 2 the remastered version of off the wall rod temperton said michael wanted a heatwave like pattern for this song so this makes sense

  • Machina
    Machina said 4 years ago:

    Again, not a sample. They had real musicians, real instruments and Quincy Jones' real arrangements for an actual band. And like MrBlondNYC said, it's because Rod Temperton is the composer - that's where the similarity comes from.

  • MrBlondNYC
    MrBlondNYC said 4 years ago:

    Rod Temperton wrote both songs. So this may just be a case of someone using their own signature sound on multiple songs.