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Contributed by blinzler (6 submissions)
Ah, there it is. So that was the wrong version before. Good spot, mosh.
Yes, moshitup is correct. The sample comes from 'Honky Tonk', the b-side of 'Honky Tonk Popcorn'. Matters are confused further by the fact that Doggett had a prior release on King also called Popcorn (Parts 1 + 2 on the A and B Side) which is a different track, hence the reason for us adding '1969' in the brackets here.
I just listened to "Honky Tonk" and the bassline is not the same at all. Can you tell the exact time where it appears?
This is the wrong side. The Beatnuts sample is from the other side of this single - it's just called "Honky Tonk" (without the "Popcorn").
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