1.15.2009

Bounce Breaks Archive

This post will function as an always growing alphabetized archive of Bounce rap samples, excluding Triggaman and Brown Beat samples, which would just be a headache. Any sample known to you please post as a comment and (assuming verifiability) I'll adjust the post. I realize a blog-post is not the best format for this and I hope that the constant in-pouring of information from you, the audience, will quickly make this an untenable method and force me into something more intelligent. Something tells me I won't get much relevant input, though. I guess that something is history.

I moved this post to a new blog, a single post blog, so as to have enough room to include those samples of infamous ubiquity. Please move all comments to the new spot and don't bother mentioning any Triggaman or Brownbeat samples for a couple of weeks.


17 comments:

Ethan said...

what's the ice mike song with the ufo sample?

Anonymous said...

Stop, Inc., "Second Line" -- trumpet sample appears at the beginning of Bust Down's "Putcha Bally's On" ... not really a bounce artist but that song is about as close as he got to the genre...

Anonymous said...

Let's Jump by J' Ro' J features samples from 3 different Rebirth BB songs from their 1984 debut... principally "Shake Your Booty" but also "Lil Liza Jane" and the NOLA classic "It ain't my fault"....

Anonymous said...

Let's jump also contains sample of Gregory D & Mannie Fresh "Never 4-get were I come from"
fyi

Warren Mayes "Get It Girl" is based on Too Short "I ain't trippin" ...? not sure if it's a sample or a replayed version

DJ Jimi "Where they at" has samples from BDP [song?] and Bust Down (I think it's Putcha Ballys on]...

Joe Blakk record has so many samples, but I think the "why do a live album in New Orleans? Well, why not, ya dig" is from a live Maze record... but he's not really a bounce artists anyway...

do you just want breaks or are you after every sample?

10-4

kid slizzard said...

I'm most interested in breaks but want to know and will also include any damn sample, thanks. There are several ubiquitous samples I'd like to get to the bottom of, really though

kid slizzard said...

don't plan on being too strict about genre lines either

boi-dan said...

It's not right excluding Triggerman and Brown Beat. It won't be a headache if you do little by little. ("inch by inch life is a synch, yard by yard..")

Look at their popularity as a plus, every week or so you are someone will happen upon a song they forgot about and the list will grow on.....

boi-dan said...

Herbie Hancock "Watermelon Man"
UNLV f/ BG - Pocket Full of Furl

Halloween Theme
Partners N Crime f/ J-Dawg - 187 Em'

Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney "The Girl Is Mine"
Partners N Crime - The Blunt Is Mine

boi-dan said...

UGK - "Pocket Full of Stones"
UNLV f/ BG - Pocket Full of Furl

Anonymous said...

I second Boi-Dan's comment above re: the Triggaman and Browns Beats sample. It wouldn't be impossible, and it would clear the air about exactly how definitive or ubiquitous these samples are. There is a lot of confusion regarding triggerman sample especially... One critic that I was reading listed 5-6 songs that he said used triggerman, when I went back and listened it turned out that only half of them actually contained the sample! The only thing I worry about (besides the labor-intensive nature of the project) is that such a list could be used by lawyers looking to chisel money out of destitute bounce artists/producers for uncleared samples... the folks who own the rights to "Drag Rap" (W@rner Ch@ppell) would love to have a comprehensive list like that... which might be a good enough reason not to fuck with it.
Thug Doubt

Anonymous said...

DJ Jimi, "(The Original) Where They At"... the release on Soulin' began with a Jackson 5 sample from the song "That's What You Get (for Being Polite)"....the sample was not included on the Avenue release.
TD

Anonymous said...

can´t comment on the archive site...

Unknown 1: syncopated guitar chords

Betty Wright - Clean up women
I Love the Way You Love: (Atlantic 1972)

Great use by Williie D for Clean up man:
http://de.youtube.com/watch?v=81NFNFWyX2g

cheers

N0LA $ou1ja said...

I don't see this one on the list. Song and artist are easy to figure out. It's the very last beat that's heavily sampled.
http://www.zshare.net/audio/555470489c5adb76/

kid slizzard said...

SOULJA: I'm been wondering about that Woof, its at the top of the page at bouncebreaksarchives.blogspot.com in the unknown section... what is it?

N0LA $ou1ja said...

Last beat on LL Cool J. - Dear Yvette.

N0LA $ou1ja said...

Ok, this my last guess for unknown #4
http://www.zshare.net/audio/56697062819cdb31/
MC Freshco & DJ Miz - Ain't U Freshco?
It's a little slower though

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