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|California Soul by Marlena Shaw (1969)|
|The Human Abstract by David Axelrod (1969)|
|Sower of Seeds by Baraka (1973)|
|Biography by Meredith Monk (1981)|
|Dolmen Music (Part 1) by Meredith Monk (1981)|
|Dolmen Music (Part 2) by Meredith Monk (1981)|
|Releasing Hypnotical Gases by Organized Konfusion (1991)|
|Outta State by Akinyele (1993)|
|Stem/Long Stem/Transmission 2 by DJ Shadow (1996)|
|Nånting Som Fattas by The Latin Kings (2000)|
|Valo by SlowHill (2002)|
|Gecondoleerd by The Opposites (2010)|
|I Just Wanna Sit by Chattabox & Samuel Otis feat. Maverick Sabre (2011)|
|Kiss the Sky by Papa J (2012)|
|Midnight in Paris by Sound FX (2012)|
|Midnight in a Perfect World (Gab Mix) (1996)|
Jooles said on Friday, 29 March 2013:
It's almost like the piano bits from the David Axelrod track were pre-destined to be put together with this. Doesn't even sound like either of 'em needed pitching up or down at all... Genius!
Dr.J@KkHaMm3r said on Monday, 19 November 2012:
I hear it. The first four notes of melody sounds like replaying of The Madness Subsides.
DJ Anubis said on Monday, 19 November 2012:
From Wikipedia: Tears For Fears - Sowing the Seeds Of Love borrows synthesizer elements of the 1971 piece "Sekoilu Seestyy" by Finnish artist Pekka Pohjola, also sampled by DJ Shadow for his track "Midnight In A Perfect World". Does anyone hear it?
Drpepperfan said on Wednesday, 22 August 2012:
Why does this have no comments? This is like, one of the all time classics!
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