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This month's episode has us looking at A Tribe Called Quest's "Electric Relaxation" and the three samples it uses to make up its soundscape, but most notably the incredibly memorable "Mystic Brew" composed by organist Ronnie Foster.

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This month's episode has us looking at J Dilla's excellent sampling of the Isley Brothers' "Don't Say Goodnight (It's Time For Love) Parts 1 & 2" for "Bye." one of the sweetest songs on his album Donuts.

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It's been a long time but I'm back, and with a big beat--Wu-Tang Clan's "C.R.E.A.M." with the sample being The Charmels "As Long As I've Got You".

Going forward, The Sample Study will post monthly, every third Thursday. Thank you so much for listening.

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This week, we stomp through the creation of Pharoahe Monch's "Simon Says" and how the legal fallout from a sample from Akira Ifukube's "Gojira tai Mosura" from the 1992 film Godzilla vs. Mothra changed the fortunes of the young rap artist's album "Infernal Affairs".

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This week, I show you how to chill from 93 till, in an exploration of Souls of Mischief's sampling of Billy Cobham's
"Heather" for their indisputable classic, "93 Til Infinity".

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In the first episode of the second season, we're looking at a video game track for the first time, so my podcast work is blending in with my day job! It's Adam Freeland's "Area 5" for the visual and musical revolution in game form that is Rez, and its sampling of Marlena Shaw's "California Soul".

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In our first season finale, we're taking a look at one of the greatest songs by my favorite producer, Japanese chilled-out hip-hop master Nujabes, as he samples Jose Feliciano's "Affirmation" for "Counting Stars". We also look at a famous sampling keyboard in the Tech Trek section and I outline some changes for season 2. See you in a few weeks!

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In our ninth episode, we're looking at one of my favorite and best producers ever, J Dilla, and how he sampled Stan Getz and Luis Bonfá's "Suadade Vem Correndo" to make The Pharcyde's "Runnin'". We also check out a new segment, in which we'll discuss the technology used to make hip-hop.

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In our eighth episode, we're looking at one of my closet favorite rap groups M.O.P., the MASH OUT POSSE, and their producer DR Period who samples Sam & Dave's "Soul Sister, Brown Sugar" for their biggest song "Ante Up (Robbin Hoodz Theory)".

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In our seventh episode, we're visiting the works of DJ Premier for the first time as we study his sampling of Ahmad Jamal Trio's "I Love Music" for Jeru the Damaja's "Me Or The Papes". ALSO PLEASE SEND ME QUESTIONS I'M HUNGRY

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