Kool Keith sample question

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Tero Karvinen

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May 6, 1997, 3:00:00 AM5/6/97
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On the Dr. Octagon album, theres this little intro where Keith introduces
himself as the Doctor and goes on about how he can relocate your saliva
glands and rebuild your rectum etc. and theres this classical string loop
behind him. Now I know I've heard it before, and I know who the composer is
and know what piece it is but can't remember it if my life depended on it.
Please help me...

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T. Tauri

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May 6, 1997, 3:00:00 AM5/6/97
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Pachelbel's Canon in D.


Joshua Saul

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May 6, 1997, 3:00:00 AM5/6/97
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What's that guy saying in the background?

Sounded like "I gots to save yah."

Mike Burke

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May 6, 1997, 3:00:00 AM5/6/97
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T. Tauri <ea...@worldnet.att.net> wrote in article
<336F7E...@worldnet.att.net>...

> Tero Karvinen wrote:
> >
> > On the Dr. Octagon album, theres this little intro where Keith
> > introduces himself as the Doctor and goes on about how he can relocate
> > your saliva glands and rebuild your rectum etc. and theres this
> > classical string loop behind him. Now I know I've heard it before, and
> > I know who the composer is and know what piece it is but can't
> > remember it if my life depended on it.
>
> Pachelbel's Canon in D.
>

This is a funny coincidence. I was just going to post a loop of this that
I had made, but then I saw you guys talking about this, so I figured this
would be the perfect place to post this.
In my Multimedia class in school I've been working on a hip-hop website
that will feature, among other things, downloadable beat loops. Anyway,
Canon in D is my all-time favorite classical piece, so when I first heard
"I Got To Tell You," my jaw dropped (I appreciate creative sampling). So I
decided to make a loop of it on my computer, and it came out PERFECT! None
of the other beats I tried came out perfect, even after trying for a long
time. But this one I got on my first time. If it doesn't loop perfectly,
it's your software, not the file.

Enjoy!

--

"If you a pimp, be a pimp,
I'll be a philosopher"
KRS-ONE

Mike Burke

Mike Burke

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May 6, 1997, 3:00:00 AM5/6/97
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Mike Burke <Hom...@pacbell.net> wrote in article
<01bc5a75$ccd4c1a0$a91caace@default>...

> This is a funny coincidence. I was just going to post a loop of this
that
> I had made, but then I saw you guys talking about this, so I figured this
> would be the perfect place to post this.
> In my Multimedia class in school I've been working on a hip-hop website
> that will feature, among other things, downloadable beat loops. Anyway,
> Canon in D is my all-time favorite classical piece, so when I first heard
> "I Got To Tell You," my jaw dropped (I appreciate creative sampling). So
I
> decided to make a loop of it on my computer, and it came out PERFECT!
None
> of the other beats I tried came out perfect, even after trying for a long
> time. But this one I got on my first time. If it doesn't loop
perfectly,
> it's your software, not the file.
>
> Enjoy!
>

Oops. If fucked up and forgot to send the file! My bad.

Here you go...

--

"If you a pimp, be a pimp,
I'll be a philosopher"
KRS-ONE

Mike Burke
begin 600 TellYou.wav
<uuencoded_portion_removed>
,@(&!@8& @']^?GUT
`
end


Mat Chakko

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May 7, 1997, 3:00:00 AM5/7/97
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In article <336F6D...@gwis2.circ.gwu.edu>,
Joshua Saul <j...@gwis2.circ.gwu.edu> wrote:

>T. Tauri wrote:
>>
>> Tero Karvinen wrote:
>> >
>> > On the Dr. Octagon album, theres this little intro where Keith
>> > introduces himself as the Doctor and goes on about how he can relocate
>> > your saliva glands and rebuild your rectum etc. and theres this
>> > classical string loop behind him. Now I know I've heard it before, and
>> > I know who the composer is and know what piece it is but can't
>> > remember it if my life depended on it.
>>
>> Pachelbel's Canon in D.
>
>What's that guy saying in the background?
>
>Sounded like "I gots to save yah."

it's 'i got to tell you', the title of the track! hmm

Mat Chakko aka Dr. Funkenstein
dch...@netusa1.net/mch...@expert.cc.purdue.edu
CLB Los Angeles Dodgers/Minor League Commissioner
"Sometimes I think smiling in public is against the law...cause love don't
get you through life no more"


DEclipse4

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May 9, 1997, 3:00:00 AM5/9/97
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Just to add this in.....the quick loop after I"M DESTRUCTIVE... is a very
sweet sample from ALICE COLTRANE"S cover of her late husbands record A
LOVE SUPREME. I'm not sure the name of the album its on but it was
recorded in 1970..

peace
dan

P.S.. the "I've got to tell ya" is James Brown
if anyone knows any other kool kieth samples PLEASE POST

Dango

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May 9, 1997, 3:00:00 AM5/9/97
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DEclipse4 wrote:
>
> Just to add this in.....the quick loop after I"M DESTRUCTIVE... is a very
> sweet sample from ALICE COLTRANE"S cover of her late husbands record A
> LOVE SUPREME.

Unfortunately that loop isn't on the re-issue of Dr. Octagon's album.
That loop is sweet though.

Dango
http://www.angelfire.com/fl/dango

doo...@hooked.net

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May 20, 1997, 3:00:00 AM5/20/97
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Joshua Saul wrote:
>
> T. Tauri wrote:
> >
> > Tero Karvinen wrote:
> > >
> > > On the Dr. Octagon album, theres this little intro where Keith
> > > introduces himself as the Doctor and goes on about how he can relocate
> > > your saliva glands and rebuild your rectum etc. and theres this
> > > classical string loop behind him. Now I know I've heard it before, and
> > > I know who the composer is and know what piece it is but can't
> > > remember it if my life depended on it.
> >
> > Pachelbel's Canon in D.
>
> What's that guy saying in the background?
>
> Sounded like "I gots to save yah."

Actually, I'm pretty sure that sample was from Vivaldi's "Four
Seasons." Pieces of Four Seasons have been used in several TV and radio
ads over the past few years, and I think that's why they chose to use it
on that skit (which was supposed to be an ad for Dr. Octagon).
The vocal bit was saying "I Got To Tell You," which is incidentally the
name of the skit.

Salaam,
PP5-1doodoo

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