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Interpolation (Replayed Sample) of Hook / Riff

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Madonna's Sorry
Confessions on a Dance Floor
Warner Bros. 2005
The Jacksons's Can You Feel It
Triumph
Epic 1980
Sample appears at 0:21 (and throughout)
Sample appears at 1:12

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Producers: Madonna, Stuart Price

Tags: Single, UK #1 Hit [Add]

Main genre: Rock / Pop

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Producer: The Jacksons

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Main genre: Soul / Funk / Disco

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Contributed by musicalta (299 submissions)


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Discussion
  • mr_agios
    mr_agios said 3 years ago:

    whatever

  • Xanadu
    Xanadu said 3 years ago:

    Her Dutch pronunciation is very bad, she's makes Dutch sound like Romanian or something.

  • tick
    tick said 3 years ago:

    It's not a sample it's an interpolation, like eminem singing two trailer park girls go round the outside, or some of the bassline/hooks busta rhymes uses-http://www.whosampled.com/sample/view/38870/Busta%20Rhymes-Show%20Me%20What%20You%20Got_Central%20Line-Walking%20in%20to%20Sunshine/ for instance,
    They have heard the tune, and then made their tune based on it, the pitch, tempo, key, timing may be different but it is still there.
    In this case a few added notes here and there, but nothing to dramatically change it.

  • sebastien.pradier
    sebastien.pradier said 3 years ago:

    To Tick : What's the point to let "Sorry" in this category. We have to define what a sample is : it a part of an other previously released recording put in a new one, transformed or not. There is also no sample in "Sorry", just a clear inspiration. There's got to be an accuracy in the articles, otherwise it loses credibility. I'm not saying that because I'm a fan -and anyway, there is nothing bad at sampling if the result is good-, but again, writing "Sorry" samples "Can you feel it" is just not true!

  • tick
    tick said 3 years ago:

    I agree, but I think it is close enough for it to be here.

  • Msig
    Msig said 3 years ago:

    While the bassline of "Sorry" was clearly inspired by "Can You Feel It", it is by no means a sample, neither a direct one or a replayed one.

    I have to repeat what was already mentioned by sebastien.pradier: If it were a sample, it would have been credited. Throughout her career, Madonna has only sampled one song without crediting it, namely "El Yom 'Ulliqa 'Ala Khashaba" by Fairuz, which was sampled in both "Justify My Love (The Beast Within Remix)" and "Erotica".

  • sebastien.pradier
    sebastien.pradier said 4 years ago:

    There is no credit of any sample... cause there's no sample!!! If you listen carefully, you can not say that the bassline of "Sorry" is strictly the same as "Can You Feel It". It's an obvious inspiration but not a sample. Believe me, if it was a sample, it would be credited, don't worry!

  • musicalta
    musicalta said 5 years ago:

    I know it's weird sometimes they don't credit songs when they're obvious samples...I mean everyone can hear it

  • Spinks
    Spinks said 5 years ago:

    There doesn't seem to be any mention of writing credits on "Sorry" for Jackie and Michael Jackson, who wrote "Can You Feel It". Strange cause I think this is a very obvious sample!