On the Sweet and Sour Variety Hour this week, we have a set of songs that I have hand-picked from my heaviest rotations in the past year, followed by the fascinating tale of The Most Sampled Loop in Music History by Great Big Story. After that, we hear another set of songs that each sound pretty different, but are all examples of what can come of the “most sampled loop in music history”, the Amen Break.
Here is the file fer downloadin’ which airs live to a million people in the Coast Salish area via terrestrial radio station CHLY-FM 101.7 on Wednesday October 14th 2020 at 8am PST
Here is a list of the music that played
The Avalanches – If I Was a Folkstar
Jack Stauber – Buttercup
Luke Temple – Hard Working Hand
Lady Wray – Guilty
Great Big Story : The Most Sampled Loop
The Winstons – Amen Brother
Amy Winehouse – You Know I’m No Good
Pomplemoose – Lovely Day/Good As Hell Mashup
The Prodigy – Breathe
Barrington Levy – Here I Come Drum N’Bass
This episode is dedicated to Gregory C. Coleman, a man who got pretty much no compensation for the moment he rocked out on his drum kit and changed the future of music forever.
On this week’s episode of the Sweet and Sour Variety Hour, 100% instrumental tracks weaving through 4 or 5 different genres. A genuine mixtape of very few words. Broadcasting to about 1 million human souls in the Coast Salish area from the power transmitter of the mighty terrestrial station known as CHLY-FM 101.7 on the morning of September 9th 2020, 8am PST.
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