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Saturday, August 9, 2014

Ultimate Breaks and Beats The Complete Collection Mp3 Zip Download

Ultimate Breaks and Beats The Complete Collection in MP3 format

Ultimate Breaks and Beats (UBB) is a series of 25 compilation albums released from 1986 to 1991 by Street Beat Records edited by louis "Breakbeat Lou" Flores. Featured on the albums were tracks from 1966 to 1984 that include drum breaksThe albums found high popularity with hip hop producers, with the release of a new volume in the series usually leading to many various hip hop records featuring samples of the breaks. 
Includes all 25 volumes of "Ultimate Breaks & Beats" (UBB), with the bonus vol #26 in Mp3 format.
$45

                                                                


Vol 1
1. The Monkees - Mary  Mary
2. Bad Bascomb - Black Grass
3. The Winstons - Amen Brother
4. 7th Wonder - Daisy Lady
5. D.C. LaRue - Indiscreet
6. Rufus Thomas - Do The Funky Penguin

Vol 2
1. Wilson Pickett - Get Me Back On Time
2. Juice - Catch A Groove
3. The Rolling Stones - Honky Tonk Woman
4. Funkadelic - You'll Like It Too
5. Roy Ayers Ubiquity - The Boogie Back
6. Disco Italiano - Chella'lla

Vol 3
1. Cheryl Lynn - Got To Be Real
2. Michael Viner's Incredible Bongo Band - Apache
3. Herman Kelly & Life - Dance To The Drummer's Beat
4. Michael Viner's Incredible Bongo Band - Bongo Rock
5. UPP - Give It To You
6. Jackie Robinson - Pussy Footer

Vol 4
1.  Syl Johnson - Different Strokes
2. Bobby Byrd - I Know You Got Soul
3. Z.Z. Hill - I Think I'd Do It
4. Gaz - Sing Sing
5. Isaac Hayes - Breakthrough
6. Tom Jones - Looking Out My Window
7. Dynamic Corvettes - Funky Music Is The Thing

Vol 5
1. Johnny Hammond - Shifting Gears
2. Bo Diddley - Hit Or Miss
3. Wild Magnolias - The Soul, Soul, Soul
4. Melvin Bliss - (Synthetic) Substitution
5. Freedom - Get Up And Dance
6. 20th Century Steel Band - Heaven And Hell
7. Banbarra - Shack Up

Vol 6
1. Please - Sing A Simple Song
2. James Brown - Cold Sweat
3. The Cecil Holmes Soulful Sounds - Theme From 2001
4. Dennis Coffey And The Detroit Guitar Band - Son Of Scorpio
5. The Magic Disco Machine - Scratchin'
6. Fat Larry's Band - Down On The Avenue
7. Uncle Louie - I Like Funky Music

Vol 7
1. James Brown  - Give It Up, Or Turn It Loose
2. Funky Constellation - Street Talk (Madam Rapper) (Instrumental)
3. Pleasure - Let's Dance
4. John Davis & The Monster Orchestra - I Can't Stop
5. John McLaughlin - Planetary Citizen
6. Funkadelic - Good Old Music
7. Magic Touch - You Are What You Are

Vol 8 (Re-done)
1. Blowfly - Sesame Street
2. Fatback Band - Fatbackin'
3. Jesse Green - Flip
4. Incredible Bongo Band - Sing, Sing, Sing
5. Mike Curb Congregation - Burning Bridges [Kelly's Heros}
6. Cooley High OST - Two Pigs And A Hog
7. Manzel - Midnight Theme

Vol 9
1. Ingrid - Easter Parade
2. ESG - U.F.O.
3. Billy Squier - Big Beat
4. Liquid Liquid - Cavern
5. Mountain - Long Red
6. The Whole Darn Family - Seven Minutes Of Funk

Vol 10
1. James Brown - Funky President
2. Dexter Wansel - Theme From The Planets
3. Rhythm Heritage - Theme From S.W.A.T.
4. The Jackson 5 - It's Great To Be Here
5. Brothers Johnson - Ain't We Funkin' Now
6. La Pregunta - Shangri La
7. Esther Williams - Last Night Changed It All

Vol 11
1. The Honey Drippers - Impeach The President
2. The Headhunters - God Make Me Funky
3. Lucy Hawkins - Gotta Get Out Of Here
4. Orange Krush - Action
5. Funk Inc -Kool Is Back
6. Fausto Papetti - Love's Theme

Vol 12
1. Junie - Granny's Funky Rolls Royce
2. James Brown  - Funky Drummer
3. The Mohawks - The Champ
4. Aerosmith - Walk This Way
5. Thin Lizzy - Johnny The Fox
6.The Soul Searchers - Ashley's Roachclip
7. Chicago Gangsters - Gangster Boogie
8. T-Connection - Groove To Get Down

Vol 13
1.Babe Ruth - The Mexican
2. Babe Ruth - Keep Your Distance
3. Coke Escovedo - (Runaway) I Wouldn't Change A Thing
4. Eastside Connection - Frisco Disco
5. In Search Of Orchestra - Phenomena Theme
6.The Meters - Hand Clapping Song

Vol 14
1. Stanley Turrentine - Sister Sanctified
2. J.J. Johnson - Willie Chase
3. Kid Dynamite - Uphill Peace Of Mind
4. Ralph MacDonald - Jam On The Groove
5. E.U. - Knock Him Out Sugar Ray
6. Fred Wesley & The JB's - Blow Your Head

Vol 15
1. Donald Byrd - Change (Makes You Want To Hustle)
2. Roy Ayers Ubiquity - Brother Green (The Disco King)
3. Grover Washington, Jr - Mister Magic
4. David Matthews - Main Theme From Star Wars
5. John Cougar - Jack And Diane
6. Pleasure - Bouncy Lady
7. Jefferson Starship - Rock Music

Vol 16
1. Commodores - Assembly Line
2. Johnny Jenkins - I Walk On Guilded Splinters
3. Le Pamplemousse - Gimme What You Got
4. Marvin Gaye - T Plays It Cool
5. Lyn Collins - Think (About It)
6. The Galactic Force Band - Space Dust
7. Steve Miller Band - Take The Money And Run

Vol 17
1. Baby Huey - Listen To Me
2. Boobie Knight & The Universal Lady - The Lovomaniacs (Sex)
3. Pointer Sisters - Yes We Can Can
4. Monk Higgins - One Man Band (Plays All Alone)
5. Kool & The Gang - N.T.
6. Dyke & The Blazers - Let A Woman Be A Woman Let A Man Be A Man
7. Bram Tchaikovsky - Whiskey And Wine
8. Unknown Artist - L.L. Bonus Beats

Vol 18
1. Bar-Kays - Let's Have Some Fun
2. Lafayette Afro Rock Band - Conga
3. Yellow Sunshine - Yellow Sunshine
4. The Jimmy Castor Bunch - It's Just Begun
5. Marva Whitney - It's My Thing (You Can't Tell Me Who To Sock It To)
6. The Kay-Gees - I Believe In Music
7. Dennis Coffey And The Detroit Guitar Band - Ride Sally Ride

Vol 19
1. The Blackbyrds - Rock Creek Park
2. KC & The Sunshine Band - I Get Lifted
3. Brother Soul - Cookies
4. Foster Sylvers - Misdemeanor
5. Wild Sugar - Bring It Here
6. Miami - Chicken Yellow (Let Me Do It To You)
7. Olympic Runners - Put The Music Where Your Mouth Is
8. Lightnin' Rod - Sport

Vol 20
1. Roy Ayers Ubiquity - Lonesome Cowboy
2. Duke Williams And The Extremes - Chinese Chicken
3. Joe Quarterman - I'm Gonna Get You
4. Friend And Lover - Reach Out Of The Darkness
5. The Chubukos - House Of Rising Funk
6. Eddie Bo - Hook And Sling Pt.1
7. Bill Withers - Kissing My Love

Vol 21
1. The Politicians - Free Your Mind
2. The Village Callers - Hector
3. Joe Tex - Papa Was Too
4. Sound Experience - Devil With The Bust
5. James Brown - Soul Pride
6. All The People - Cramp Your Style
7. Johnny Pate - Shaft In Africa
8. Barry White - I'm Gonna Love You Just A Little Bit More Baby
9. Unknown Artist - L.L. Bonus Beats #2

Vol 22
1. Barrabas - Woman
2. Creative Source - Corazon
3. Southside Movement - Save The World
4. The JBs - The Grunt Pt.1
5. Rufus Thomas - Do The Funky Penguin Pt.2
6. Shotgun - Dynamite (The Bomb)
7. Gary Numan - Films

Vol 23
1. Rufus Thomas - The Breakdown Pt.2
2. Jim Dandy - Country Cooking
3. Pleasure - Joyous
4. Solomon Burke - Get Out Of My Life Woman
5. Alphonse Mouzon - You Don't Know How Much I Love You
6. Delegation - Oh Honey
7. Freda Payne - The Easiest Way To Fall

Vol 24
1. Lowell Fulsom - Tramp
2. Freddie Scott - (You) Got What I Need
3. Lyn Collins - You Can't Love Me, If You Don't Respect Me
4. The Emotions - Blind Alley
5. Lonnie Liston Smith - Expansions  Part 1
6. Otis Redding - Hard To Handle
7. The Grass Roots - You And Love Are The Same
8. Tom Scott - Sneakin' In The Back

Vol 25
1. Southside Movement - I've Been Watching You
2. Lou Donaldson - Pot Belly
3. Sambo Soul - Mambo #5
4. Five Stairsteps - Don't Change Your Love
5. Lamont Dozier - Take Off Your Make Up
6. Ike White - Love And Affection
7. James Brown  - The Payback

Vol 26 
1. Graham Central Station - The Jam
2. Hank Carbo - Hot Pants Pt. 2
3. Joe Tex - You Said A Bad Word
4. Johnnie Taylor - Ever Ready
5. Tony Alvon & The Belairs - Sexy Coffee Pot
6. Trouble Funk - Let's Get Small
7. Coalkitchen - Keep On Pushin'


Friday, April 25, 2014

The Top 30 Greatest Hip-Hop Drum Breaks of All Time

The Top 30 Greatest Hip-Hop Drum Breaks of All Time

I dont know who created this list but its missing the most famous breakbeat of all time, the AMEN break. Anyway, listen to some of these well known breakbeats.
  1. Melvin Bliss – Synthetic Subsitution
  2. The Honeydrippers – Impeach The President
  3. Skull Snaps – It’s A New Day
  4. Little Feet - Fool Yourself
  5. Billy Squire – Big Beat
  6. Al Green – I’m Glad You’re Mine
  7. The Soul Searchers – Ashley’s Roachclip
  8. Power of Zeus – Sorcerer of Isis
  9. Kool & The Gang – NT
  10. Isley Brothers – Footsteps In The Dark
  11. Q65 – Get Out My Life Woman
  12. Jeff Beck – Come Dancing
  13. Mountain – Long Red (Live)
  14. Manzel – Midnight Theme
  15. The Meters – Here Come The Metermen
  16. The Headhunters – God Made Me Funky
  17. Dexter Wansel – Theme From The Planets
  18. Young Holt Unlimited – Wah Wah Man
  19. Roy Ayers – The Boogie Back
  20. James Brown – Funky President
  21. Orange Crush – Action
  22. Joe Tex – Papa Was Too
  23. Funk Inc. – Kool Is Back
  24. Silhouettes – Fonky First
  25. Bad Bascomb – Black Grass
  26. Kool & The Gang – Jungle Jazz
  27. The Turtles – I’m Chief Kamanawanalea
  28. Donny Hathaway – Magnificent Sanctuary Band
  29. Little Richard – The Rill Thing
  30. Funkadelic – Good Old Music

Thursday, July 25, 2013

VISUAL CAFFEINE-Episode 27-SAMPLES MIX

New VISUAL CAFFEINE!!

This month SEN-ONE6 takes a few classic Hip-Hop beats, and shows you the inspiration behind those beats. This is the essence of Hip-Hop culture. It began with two turntables, then it evolved into samplers. The original concept of Hip-Hop music was to find the rarest loops and breaks to rock the party. DJs used records to create their art much like a visual artist uses colors to create a painting.  In case there were any other DJs in the house, you had to make sure you covered your record labels so no one could know what you were playing. Today, with the advent of the internet it's harder to keep the best loops and breaks a closely guarded secret.

SEN-ONE6 does a good job at showcasing where a handful of underground classic rap records got their loops and breaks. Take a seat class is in session...
VISUAL CAFFEINE-episode 27-SAMPLES MIX from SEN ONE6 UZN on Vimeo.

Monday, July 1, 2013

VISUAL CAFFEINE-Episode 27-SAMPLES MIX

New VISUAL CAFFEINE!!

This month SEN-ONE6 takes a few classic Hip-Hop beats, and shows you the inspiration behind those beats. This is the essence of Hip-Hop culture. It began with two turntables, then it evolved into samplers. The original concept of Hip-Hop music was to find the rarest loops and breaks to rock the party. DJs used records to create their art much like a visual artist uses colors to create a painting.  In case there were any other DJs in the house, you had to make sure you covered your record labels so no one could know what you were playing. Today, with the advent of the internet it's harder to keep the best loops and breaks a closely guarded secret.

SEN-ONE6 does a good job at showcasing where a handful of underground classic rap records got their loops and breaks. Take a seat class is in session...
VISUAL CAFFEINE-episode 27-SAMPLES MIX from SEN ONE6 UZN on Vimeo.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

OLD SCHOOL HIP HOP SET & BREAKBEATS!! THURS SEPT 13th ON STRONGISLAND.COM

To commemorate the Old School Mega Jam this Saturday in Farmingville, This Thursday Dj tiger takes you back with some of the baddest breakbeats & samples that spawned the Hip Hop culture, with host Ralo on the mic!! 9/13 @ 8pm on Strongisland.com


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