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ALL OF MY DJ/INSTRUMENTALIST/PRODUCER PEEPS SHOULD BE ON THIS ASAP!!!
Blue Note released the 4 volumes of Blue Break Beats compilation in the ’90s. The music on Blue Break Beats dates from the late ’60s and early ’70s, when a large portion of Blue Note’s soul-jazz artists began experimenting with funk and rock, creating dense electric fusions that concentrated on rhythm, not improvisation. None of this music has ever received much critical praise from jazz purists, but in the late ’80s and early ’90s, scores of hip-hop and dance DJs discovered these old records and began sampling the original tracks to use in new rap and dance songs. This jazz-rap-funk fusion had become hip and profitable, which led Blue Note to assemble the Blue Break Beats compilations.

RAPPAMELO put me on…

ALL OF MY DJ/INSTRUMENTALIST/PRODUCER PEEPS SHOULD BE ON THIS ASAP!!!


Blue Note released the 4 volumes of Blue Break Beats compilation in the ’90s. The music on Blue Break Beats dates from the late ’60s and early ’70s, when a large portion of Blue Note’s soul-jazz artists began experimenting with funk and rock, creating dense electric fusions that concentrated on rhythm, not improvisation. None of this music has ever received much critical praise from jazz purists, but in the late ’80s and early ’90s, scores of hip-hop and dance DJs discovered these old records and began sampling the original tracks to use in new rap and dance songs. This jazz-rap-funk fusion had become hip and profitable, which led Blue Note to assemble the Blue Break Beats compilations.

RAPPAMELO put me on…

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