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the luke vibert sample spotting thread

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One the whole family will enjoy:

 

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orly

 

Could there be a more pointless post?

 

 

 

And now for some Big Soup nostalgia.

 

00:18 - Gah, where is that from? I know somebody has used it.

 

00:41 - "Good evening, citizens of earth. Citizens of Earth, or any other planet in the solar system."

 

04:32 - "Professor, do you have any last minute instructions?"

 

04:57 - "Goodbye, and thanks to all of you."

 

14:05 - "Welcome space cadets. WELCOME TO THE MOON."

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7GNJRb7e9k

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stop drinking the charles water

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stop drinking the charles water

 

I see new replies in here and I think

 

SOMEBODY OTHER THAN ME HAS FOUND A SAMPLE

 

but it's not to be.

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The sample of the women saying "Yeah" in Ubformby is from the film "The Man Who Fell To Earth" starring David Bowie. The samples are from about 29mins in, a scene which is not safe for work.

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to be more specific:

'A Fine Line' samples the King's Singers singing 'My Romance' written by richard rodgers and lorenz hart

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in addition to the obvious, Homewerk samples Raymond Scott - Sleepy Time

good shit

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Okay, little help: Have I heard that opening piano in a Vibert piece somewhere?

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFMs-gE9Ois

 

I know that its used in "The Doo Bop Song" by Miles Davis and that it samples the opening notes of "Summer Madness" by Kool and the Gang, but I'm not sure if "Doo Bop" is it's origin.

 

It's definitely used in "Lowride" by Autechre, but I'm not sure about Vibert.

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what is the band sounding stuff in 'porno shirtwee' from? I recognize it from a movie or something.

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Okay, little help: Have I heard that opening piano in a Vibert piece somewhere?

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFMs-gE9Ois

 

I know that its used in "The Doo Bop Song" by Miles Davis and that it samples the opening notes of "Summer Madness" by Kool and the Gang, but I'm not sure if "Doo Bop" is it's origin.

 

It's definitely used in "Lowride" by Autechre, but I'm not sure about Vibert.

 

Nevermind, I found it. Ahmad Jamal - The Awakening. Good catch on Summer Madness and Doo-Bop though; I'd venture it's possible this recording was sampling from Doo-Bop as it's the same combination of samples.

 

 

in addition to the obvious, Homewerk samples Raymond Scott - Sleepy Time

good shit

 

Care to pinpoint the times in the two songs, good sir?

 

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Gotta stop Googling this stuff.

 

Go to 2:27.

 

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The intro to "The Funnies" is from Star Tours at Disneyland in Anaheim, California.

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This one's from Patriotic Acid :)

 

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