[Zombies] Samples (Version Galore part 36)
mighty at destroyer.net
Wed Feb 23 11:47:33 PST 2011
I'm always rather well offended by blatant rips of MBM manufactured
samples or soundscapes (or entire verses with an amen break laid over the
top -- Dylan...) in popular tunes electronic (re: C4c, aformentioned,
etc.). I think you see a lot more of it in DNB and dubstep where I one
would expect a little more respect would be paid. It's a huge turn-off
when your a fan of both artists, in regards to the offender of course.
Given the original source material is so easily obtained, I think it's in
terrible form. I'm as snaggariffic as the next guy and certainly many of
us think sample laws are total shit, but for many tunes out in the wild
seems -- poor, lazy, tactless.
Aric J. Meidl / Mighty
Destroyer Creative Group
On 2/23/11 7:18 PM, "quiller1 at email.com" <quiller1 at email.com> wrote:
>I imagine people have been curious about this one for some time.
>³A Child, Again² 1967, (#GRC-10885)
>A presentation of the WNEW Radio News and Public Affairs Department.
>Broadcast on WNEW¹s Sunday News Closeup on November 12, 1967;
>rebroadcast on November 26, 1967. Written and Produced by Steve Young.
> Executive Producer, Alan R. Walden.
>"There has been much criticism of the electronic media, Radio and
>Television, for their lack of response to the needs of the public.
>Part of the assault is justified. Occasionally, however, there appears
>on the scene a radio program of such outstanding quality, all which has
>gone before pales by comparison.
>So it was with WNEW's Sunday News Closeup entitled, "A Child, Again", a
>half-hour long documentary which was tantamount to eavesdropping on a
>The concept was really quite simple. WNEW reporter Steve Young, who
>had read the Newsweek article keyed to the hippie movement early in the
>Fall of 1967, spent dozens of hours scouring New York's "East Village"
>for any trace of a girl named "Marcy", who played a major part in the
>He found her and several friends shortly after they'd been evicted from
>their "Crash Pad", hippie jargon for a place to live.
>Young took the youthful dropouts to his home and there recorded a
>shattering interview with 19 year old Marcy, a document which amounted
>to an indictment of middle class society and a subliminal attack on the
>hippie movement itself.
>Perhaps the most telling feature of the program was Marcy's end of a
>conversation with her mother and father at their home in Michigan... It
>was not necessary to hear the other end of the conversation. Marcy's
>stream of consciousness utterances were enough; bitter, tormented,
>devastating in their confused, drug-fogged sincerity."
>Steve Young, ³Are you really happy?²
>Marcy (Margaret), ³I¹m happy as I¹ve ever been. I¹m not happy, I¹m not
>happy at all really. Oh, I¹m very sad, I¹m not happy²
>Steve Young, ³You know a lot about drugs²
>Marcy (Margaret), ³Oh, I live for drugs. It¹s great. Just lately I
>freaked out on acid. I freaked out very, very badly. You know, I
>don¹t think I¹ll ever take acid again and before I thought that was the
>best thing in the world. I never want it again. Never acid again²
>³I dig that²
>³I¹m so fat. I don¹t feel very pretty, I really don¹t²
>sampled in ³Acid Again² from Actual Sounds + Voices
>Marcy (Margaret), ³Mmm, beautiful²
>sampled in ³Acid Again (Dub Again)² from the Acid Again single
>sounds of Marcy dialing her parents
>³Right now I¹m scared, I¹m really scared²
>sampled in ³Acid Again (Depth Charge mix 1)² from the Acid Again single
>Jefferson Airplane - Surrealistic Pillow, ³Comin¹ Back to Me²
>music in the background
>sampled in ³Sig Sally² from Igloo Trax Vol. 2: The Most Music
>Newsweek ³Trouble in Hippieland², Oct. 30, 1967
>Poor woman, she didn¹t even know she was being taped
>Sampled by many other bands in the past as well:
>My Life With Thrill Kill Kult - Daisy Chain for Satan
>The Orb - A Huge Ever Growing Brain (Orbital dance mix)
>Cause 4 Concern - Never Acid Again
>except they just took this from MBM, you can even hear the sounds of
>San Francisco harbour Jack recorded in the background
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