16 March 2012
A celebration of the sample. Sample sources and sample-based songs aplenty. The earliest sample, the most famous sample, the most influential sample, and quite possibly the most annoying sample (not really, but there's a sample-heavy song which annoyed Amanda more than a little).
Korla Pandit: TV Show Intro
James Brown: Papa's Got a Brand New Bag
Chi-Lites: Are You My Woman (Tell Me So)
Kon Kan: I Beg Your Pardon
Brenda Russell: A Little Bit of Love
Andrea Parker: Clutching at Straws
Saint Etienne: Conchita Martinez
Tom Tom Club: Genius of Love
Labi Siffre: I Got The
John Oswald: Manifold
Bomb the Bass: Beat Dis
Severed Heads: Wonder of All the World
James Brown: Funky Drummer [break]
Bob James: Take Me to the Mardi Gras [break]
Herman Kelly: Dance to the Drummer's Beat
The Honey Drippers: Impeach the President
The Winstons: Amen, Brother
Kittycraft: Catskills (Traditional Mix)
Lalo Schifrin: Danube Incident
The Sound of Music: The Lonely Goatherd
Halim El-Dabh: Wire Recorder Piece
Death in June: Flieger
Steve Reich: It's Gonna Rain - Part 2
Ray Berretto: Deeper Shade of Soul
Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrel: You're All I Need to Get By
Rihanna: Drunk on Love
Disco Inferno: Footprints in Snow
Leon Haywood: I Want' a Do Something Freaky to You
Les Baxter: Prelude in C# Minor
Stevie Wonder: Pastime Paradise
Rufus Wainwright: Oh What a World
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What we have here is this week's Weekly News in Review from harpers.org (and the killradio news team)
All the news you need for now.
This week's program is about the President folding to the Republicans so that the richest people in the country can make more obscene amounts of money rather than actually pay the taxes that they should.
The estate tax law for instance will cost this country $800 billion over the next ten years, yet it only effects 32,000 people -- the 32,000 richest people in the country.
They already have 50% of all the money in the U.S.
Why do they need more millions while 15 million workers are out of jobs?
This is not compromise, this is failure.
Why do the Republicans only want to please them? Listen to the crazy fuckers who think we should stop unemployment insurance payments but give tax breaks to the already obscenely rich!
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