[Zombies] Samples (Version Galore part 14)
silksmd at comcast.net
Fri Sep 25 04:47:06 PDT 2009
I just happened to have the channel Retroplex on in the background and "Our
Man Flint" is on. Out of nowhere I heard, "my soul purpose in life is to
bring pleasure to my companion." :) Add it!
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From: "Levi Just" <quiller1 at email.com>
To: <zombies at hollyfeld.org>
Sent: Sunday, September 20, 2009 12:18 PM
Subject: Re: [Zombies] Samples (Version Galore part 14)
Just found this one, too good, had to post right away:
Jimmy Swaggart - The Ring of Fire: A Message to the Young People of Today -
Side 2 @13:56
"This beat that the devil today has nurtured and fostered is inspired by the
powers of hell . . ."
"They said it's the music, It's the music"
" . . . I just pulled off my clothes and I had to do it!"
sampled in "It's the Music"
> Hi there fellow Zombies,
> Just a recap before we proceed with the trainspotting:
> There will be no website, blog, or other overtly public information
> on these sample lists I've been compiling. I don't want to be the
> guy getting a message from MBM's manager complaining about how I'm
> being a jackass for getting the band in legal trouble.
> Last I checked the Zombie email list isn't being compiled into a
> public archive somewhere. This is where I thought the archives
> were stored, although when I try to enter them my browser says the
> link is broken:
> I remember in the past you could find old posts in a public
> archive, but maybe Hollyfeld's not compiling them anymore?
> The thing to be concerned about is when a person can type in "meat
> beat manifesto samples" in a search engine and get a big fat sample
> list right at the top of the searches. That's too public.
> And away we go:
> Cabaret Voltaire - Silent Command
> sampled in "Re-animator (part 3)" from Storm the Studio and
> "Reanimator" from Armed Audio Warfare
> "A spokesman at the health ministry said, 'To talk repeatedly about
> AIDS will cause the public to panic. Tourism will certainly be
> This vocal sample in "Re-animator (part 4)" from Storm the Studio
> is likely taken from the BBC Channel 4 documentary film "Foreign
> Bodies" (1988) by Alison Porteous & Tim Cooper about child
> prostitution in Thailand. The quote is a reference to a statement
> made in 1978 by Thailand's Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of
> Public Health, Dr. Pairote Ningsanonda who feared that talking
> about an AIDS crisis in Thailand would prevent Western sex tourists
> from visiting the country. Not much info on this film on the
> Found a blurb in French about it here:
> Yes - Owner of a Lonely Heart @2:24-2:32
> drums hits and horn hits
> sampled in "I Got the Fear (part 1)" @0:49 drums and "I Got the
> Fear (part 4)" @1:11, drums and 4:41, horn hits from Storm the
> Studio, remixes of "I Got the Fear"
> Herbie Hancock - Rockit @1:51
> sampled in "I Got the Fear (part 4)" @1:21 and remixes of "I Got the Fear"
> uses the classic "Fresh" scratch from Fab 5 Freddies - Change Le
> Beat, very end
> Attilio Mineo - Welcome to Tomorrow
> Attilio Mineo Conducts Man in Space with Sounds
> The orchestral music playing in the background of the sample from
> "The Weird World of LSD (1967)" is from this recording.
> "We are about to take you into the world of the LSD user. A world
> that to him is real, yet is terrifying and unreal as anything ever
> imagined. We call his trip of terror to fly a giant bird."
> sampled in "God O.D." from the God O.D. single
> DHS - Acid 3D (remix)
> Mandrill - Peace and Love - Movement V (Beginning)
> "Peace, love" at very end
> sampled in "Mindstream" from Satyricon
> Peter Cook and Dudley Moore - Bedazzled
> "The Milionaire"
> sampled in "Placebo" from Satyricon
> Dick Hyman - The Minotaur
> sampled in "Mass Producing Hate" from Subliminal Sandwich
> John Cage - Variations IV, "Introduction"
> "In the grooves of this record is the sound of John Cage"
> sampled in "We Done" from Subliminal Sandwich
> Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. - The Science of Sound, "Filtered
> Music and Speech"
> "If we allow only those frequencies between three hundred
> seventy-five and two thousand cycles to be heard, my voice will
> sound like this"
> "We have filtered out all frequencies"
> sampled in "I Control (Audio Collage #2)"
> Must have been really into Folkways records during this period.
> Bob Andy - Unchained
> A dub version of this called "Congo Call" is the source of the sample.
> "Set me free"
> sampled in "Prime Audio Soup"
> Soul Survivors - Can You Feel It
> "When the whistle blows anything goes, but when you do it, do it with
> sampled in "Book of Shadows" from Actual Sounds + Voices and "Do It
> With Soul" from Live '05
> Charles Dodge - Synthesized Voices (1976)
> "He Destroyed Her Image"
> sampled in "3 Floors Above You" from Actual Sounds + Voices
> "The Days Are Ahead"
> sampled in "What Does It All Mean?" from RUOK?
> The Hellers - Life Story
> "You know? I think I'll tell you the story of my life."
> sampled in "What Does It all Mean (So Damn Insane mix) vs. DHS"
> Edgard Varese - Poeme Electronique, woman's voice @1:23
> sampled in live version of "Hello Teenage America" @2:36 from Live '05
> The Sounds and Music of the RCA Electronic Music Synthesizer
> Disc 1 - Side B - "The Synthesis of Music: Synthesis by Parts (part 1)"
> "Music is a succession of tones so arranged as to create a desired
> effect. Let us synthesize a series of tones to make a melody like
> This recording is featured on the alternate video channel on the In Dub
> sampled in Tino's "Exercise in Melody"
> Ruth White - Flowers of Evil, "The Clock"
> "Evening Harmony" @2:09
> "Now is the time"
> "The violent drums like a wounded heart"
> "A tender heart that heeds the huge black void"
> "The sky is so beautiful, like a vast alter"
> "Dreams remain"
> sampled in "Numbers" by Bo Square from Sizing Things Up
> (I should mention that this Mutant Sounds blog is fantastic. If
> you're a fan of ancient, rare, and undiscovered electronic music,
> check the archives of this blog, its like Christmas morning.)
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