In the eighth episode of Production Notes Radio, Jim Bones highlights a series of jazz tracks that have been heavily sampled by hip hop producers, including J. Dilla, GZA, Quasimoto and more.
The legendary jazz label Blue Note holds many of the original tracks that Jim showcases in this episode, including some original tracks from Bobby Hutcherson and Bobbi Humphrey. Also included is the recognizable music from Bob Ross’ PBS painting program, The Joy of Painting, “Interlude” by Larry Owens.
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Production Notes Radio: Episode #8: Tracks Played
- Intro/Outro Music – Larry Owens – Interlude (PBS, 1983)
- Pharoah Sanders – Thembi (Impulse! 1971) SAMPLED IN
- KMD – It Sounded Like A Roc (Metal Face, 2000)
- Bobby Hutcherson – Montara (Blue Note, 1975) SAMPLED IN
- Royal Flush – Makin’ Moves (Blunt recordings, 1997)
- The Underachievers – Land Of Lords (Not on Label, 2013)
- Cannonball Adderley – Aries (Capitol Records, 1972) SAMPLED IN
- GZA – Gold (Geffen Records, 1995)
- Bobbi Humphrey – My Little Girl (Blue Note, 1974)
- IAmSu ft. Jay Ant & P-Lo – Shinin’ (Not on Label, 2012)
- Weather Report – Orange Lady (CBS, 1971) SAMPLED IN
- J-Dilla ft. Elzhi – Come Get It (BBE, 2001)
- Albert Ayler – Island Harvest (Impulse! 1969) SAMPLED IN
- Quasimoto – Another Demo Tape (Stones Throw, 2005)