Thursday, October 04, 2007

Jungle Foundations

A decent enough mix of reggae/ragga tunes that've been sampled by junglists. Even though this set doesnt delve too deeply, its solid stuff nonetheless. Ive had thoughts about doing something similar myself for years, but I was hoping to do something that mixed the jungle versions in as well. An undetermined prize goes to whoever can name every jungle tune that sampled these records. Heres the tracklist:

Singing Sweet - When I see you smile
Simpleton - Coca Cola Shape
Mad Cobra - Shot No Talk
Capleton - Who Dem
Buju Banton - Champion
Super Cat - Oh It's You
Barrington Levy - Here I Come
Dawn Penn - You Don't Love Me
Shabba Ranks - Respect
Terror Fabulous - Gangster's Anthem
sugar minott - herbsman hustling
Johnny Osbourne - Buddy Bye
Barrington Levy - Under mi sensi
Shabba Ranks - X-Rated
Barrington Levy - Under Me Sensi
Barrington Levy & Beenie Man - Under Me Sensi Rmx
John Holt - Police In Helicopter
Super Cat - Scalp Dem
I Wayne - Can't Satisfy Her
Shabba Ranks - X Rated
Reggie Stepper - Drum Pan Sound
General Levy - Mad Them
Top Cat - Request The Style
Baja Jedd - Ganja Smokin
Top Cat - Me love me Sess
Jah Cure & Sizzla - King In This Jungle
Top Cat - Push Up Your Lighter
Buju Banton - Bonafide Love
Capleton - Tour
Beenie Man - Mr Press Button
Top Cat - Badder Than Dem
Simpleton - Walk Wit Yuh Friends
EekaMouse - Wa-Do-Dem
Half Pint Greetings
Top Cat - Champion Dj
Top Cat - Over U Body
CocoTea - Bawling For Soundclash
Jr. Cat - Chronic Meditation
Cutty Ranks - Limb by Limb
Mad Cobra - Tek Him
Jigsy King & Tony Curtis - My Sound A Murder

To start the ball rolling, and give you the first and last tunes. The first track was sampled by Rude Bwoy Monty for Frontline's first release: Jungle Man/Out In the Streets, and the last by Leviticus for Philly Blunt 1: the Burial.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

the second tune is red light 001

5:49 PM  

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