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#31 James Frank.

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Posted 14 September 2014 - 08:38 AM

 

this one's pretty creative, given the fact that Madlib pretty much made a direct response to "Fall In Love"...



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Posted 11 October 2014 - 10:55 PM

This one's pretty sick:

 

 

Georgia, too. Swear she's one of the most slept-on. 


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Posted 16 October 2014 - 08:41 AM

 

this one's pretty creative, given the fact that Madlib pretty much made a direct response to "Fall In Love"...

 

Love this beat, but its not what I would call a creative flip. He basically just looped the sample.



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Posted 16 October 2014 - 10:00 AM

 

Love this beat, but its not what I would call a creative flip. He basically just looped the sample.

 

yeah, but that's why the context in which it was looped to begin with makes it so creative...he basically found another part of the same track that had up to that point been ignored even by Jay Dee.  can you imagine if like some new cat found a different, equally nasty part to loop on Tom Scott's "Today" and then had Pete Rock rap over that beat?  it's soooo much more complicated than "oh, he just looped the first four seconds of the song and called it good because he's lazy or something"...


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Posted 16 October 2014 - 10:48 AM

 

yeah, but that's why the context in which it was looped to begin with makes it so creative...he basically found another part of the same track that had up to that point been ignored even by Jay Dee.  can you imagine if like some new cat found a different, equally nasty part to loop on Tom Scott's "Today" and then had Pete Rock rap over that beat?  it's soooo much more complicated than "oh, he just looped the first four seconds of the song and called it good because he's lazy or something"...

 

 

I get what youre saying. Madlibs one of my favorite producers, so dont take this the wrong way, but I think youre looking too deep into it. 

 

Who's to say Dilla didnt try something with that part of the song, but just never released it? Or just plain put Madlib onto that record to begin with? Everyones got a different ear, and thats what I love about sampling. Its a dope fucking loop, dont get it twisted. I just dont think finding a part of a record to loop requires much creativity. Patience, definitely. But creativity, not so much.

 

I guess it was creative to have JD rap over a beat that samples a song hes already used, but its not really a sample flip.



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Posted 16 October 2014 - 10:56 AM

There are some flips on Rock Konducta vol 1 that absolutely blow my mind though.


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Posted 16 October 2014 - 05:01 PM

well, if we're excluding loops from the discussion, then that means like 80% of Madlib's entire catalog doesn't count because it "isn't a flip".



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Posted 16 October 2014 - 05:15 PM

well, if we're excluding loops from the discussion, then that means like 80% of Madlib's entire catalog doesn't count because it "isn't a flip".

 

 

haha this is true. Im new around here, didnt mean to come off like an ass.


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Posted Today, 10:19 AM

For me

 

FG -Thuggin- simple loops but he put it together so well its an amazing record

 

MED- Medical Card- Crazy flip

 

Madilb- The OX 805- Not sure what this sample is but it still remains one of my favourite Madlib beats

 

SAS- Pressure - Ridiculous flip of a pretty common sample

 

Cappadona- Black boy remix - The chops on this are so perfect



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Posted Today, 04:44 PM

Yeah Medical Card is an insane flip.




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