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Nas's One Time 4 Your Mind
Illmatic
Columbia 1994
Jimmy Gordon & His Jazznpops Band's Walter L
Hog Fat
Flying Dutchmen 1969
Sample appears at 0:01 (and throughout)
Sample appears at 0:24

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Producer: Large Professor

Main genre: Hip-Hop / R&B

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Producer: Bob Thiele

Tags: Dusty Fingers

Main genre: Jazz / Blues

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Contributed by cashrules (39 submissions)


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Discussion
  • Svengali
    Svengali said 1 year ago:

    The Sample actually Starts from 20 seconds.

  • tick
    tick said 4 years ago:

    A lot of tracks that have come to prominence through the Dusty Fingers compilations were mislabelled (perhaps intentionally) on the album sleeves, the first trick is to figure out the actual name of the song, and real artist in a lot of cases.

  • MrBlondNYC
    MrBlondNYC said 4 years ago:

    Damn, Tick! That was quick! Thanks. Now, I need to find out why this was changed. When cashrules submitted it, it was with the live version by Gary Burton which clearly wasn't it. So I found Jimmy Gordon's version and changed the info to what little I could find. But for some reason, the artist was changed back to Gary Burton Quartet.

  • walter
    walter said 4 years ago:

    Great stuff, Tick !

  • tick
    tick said 4 years ago:

    Credited to Jimmy Gordon and his Jazznpops Band, on the album Hog Fat, Recorded April 9 & 10, 1969 and released by Flying Dutchmen (FDS-109), produced by Bob Thiele.


    Jimmy Gordon was the drummed for Derek and the Dominos, and later the Incredible Bongo Band. He is the drummer of the Apache Break.

    http://arkadinsark.blogspot.com/2009/03/i-killed-my-mother-and-won-grammy.html

  • walter
    walter said 4 years ago:

    Shouldn't you credit this to Jimmy Gordon? At least till we find the answer. I guess you already read this page: http://archive.ohword.com/blog/926/deconstructing-illmatic See also my comment on the cover.

  • MrBlondNYC
    MrBlondNYC said 4 years ago:

    If anyone can find any info on Jimmy Gordon's Walter L please let us know.