I feel like I’ve neglected “Simple Samples” as of late. Therefore I decided to have a little rummage through my 12” collection and found this. Marc Moulin – Placebo Sessions: 1971-1974. Marc Moulin began his musical career as a pianist in jazz-circles. As customary in the jazz-scene, he played with many European & American musician in ever changing line-ups.
Placebo – Humpty Dumpty
Placebo became the band that Marc Moulin assembled (not to be confused with the Brian Molko Placebo) Placebo was the first Belgian group to advance in jazz/funk/rock territories. As a result are considers pioneers within the fusion scene. “Humpty Dumpty” appeared on their first LP “Ball Of Eyes” in 1971. More after the click.
Samples – “They can illustrate the particular instruments or musical elements in a song in a way that a text description cannot.”
Original beats, Original samples. Here to share with you some of the greatest hip-hop and break break samples ever use then letting you know why they sound like you might have heard them before. First up. . .
Ronnie Foster – Mystic Brew
Recorded for his album Two Headed Freap on Blue Note in n January 1972. The album didn’t receive much attention or critical praise. Fosters records have been rediscovered by a new generation of listeners in the ’90s, as well, with several of his records used as source material for sample-heavy acid-jazz and hip-hop records. Sample after the click.