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Le Mellotron - From Jazz to Hip-Hop Pt.2



Le Mellotron From Jazz to Hip-Hop pt 2
Le Mellotron - From Jazz to Hip-Hop Pt.2
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2011-09-20

The first part of From Jazz To Hip-Hop was so enjoyable we nearly forgot it was a bit of a lick and a promise without its companion sequel, the one with the samplers. So here's the hip hop answer to the previous jazz selection from Le Mellotron, a mix made up with the hip hop tracks who sampled those jazz marvels dug up by DJs, who bring there proof of their incredible musical knowledge and their knowhow samples-wise. Enjoy this listening session in 2 parts!

Chose promise, chose dûe. Voici la réponse, en musique, à la première partie de From Jazz To Hip-Hop avec cette fois les sampleurs. Un mix composé uniquement des titres hip-hop ayant utilisé ces merveilles du jazz dénichées par les DJs qui prouvent leur incroyable culture musicale et leur savoir-faire en matière de samples. Bonne écoute! - Le Mellotron

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Tracklisting :
01. Jurassic 5 - Lesson 6 : The Lecture
(from 'Jurassic 5 EP' 12 inch, 1997 / Interscope)
02. Cypress Hill - Illusions
(from 'Temples Of Boom' album, 1995 / Columbia)
03. DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince - Here We Go Again
(from 'He's the DJ, I'm the rapper' album, 1988 / Jive)
04. The Pharcyde - Runnin'
(from 'Labcabincalifornia' album, 1995 / Delicious Vinyl)
05. Talib Kweli - Shock Body
(from 'Quality' album, 2002 / Rawkus)
06. The Beatnuts - Watch Out Now
(from 'A Musical Massacre' album, 1999 / Relativity)
07. The Wiseguys - Ooh La La
(from 'The Antidote' album, 1998 / Wall Of Sound)
Total time : 28mn12s

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Credits :
Selected and mixed by Le Mellotron (lemellotron.com)
Audio Mastering by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork layout by Djouls (djouls.com)

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