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Blue Break Beats 3 CD
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* Ode To Billy Joe - Lou Donaldson (used by Mary J. Blige)
* Mystic Brew - Ronnie Foster (used by the Tribe Called Quest for Electric Relaxation)
* It's Your Thing - Lou Donaldson
* Dominoes - Donald Byrd
* Get Out Of My Life Woman - Joe Williams (used by Biz I think)
I'd add Walk Tall by Cannonball Adderley, but it's *not* the version I think people have heard of, which was fantastically used in Brand Nubian's Concerto In X Minor. For this, you need Walk Tall/Mercy, Mercy, Mercy from Adderley's 1975 Phenix album.
I was really happy to get Mystic Brew, Ode To Billy Joe, and Get Out Of My Life Woman, as I had never had them before. The Lou Rawls is a good slow groove. The Shirley Bassey is a good soul groove.
The songs I haven't mentioned don't do anything for me; I'd never really heard them before this disc either.
As the previous reviewer say's - It is not a samplers record, it is a chance to hear the original tracks.
This series started life on double LP's - compiled by Dean Rudland and Eddie Pillar starting back in 1992 in the UK.
If you remember Acid Jazz, then these names will mean something to you, along with Gilles Peterson.
The proper title was "Blue Break Beats (You Gotta Hear Blue Note to Dig Def Jam)".
The idea of the collection was to draw peoples attention to the really excellent Blue Note tracks being sampled in the Hip Hop records everyone was listening to ('92).
This was way way before all the CD re-issues of the Blue Note Archive - we had to buy imports of the Japanese King re-pressings or go to Ray's Jazz shop and buy the originals.
The success of this compilation, lead to the Straight No Chaser re-issue selection, more compilations, the re-awakening of people's love of Jazz and the general re-availability of the Blue Note catalogue.
You can thank Acid Jazz for that.