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Ultimate Breaks and Beats

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Ultimate Breaks & Beats Vol 13 () - Various


Another series is Ultimate Breaks and Beats of which there are 25 volumes, also bootleg. --http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Break_%28music%29 [Jun 2005]

1) Babe Ruth "The Mexican" (1973)
2) Babe Ruth "Keep Your Distance"* (1976)
3) Coke Escovedo "(Runaway) I Wouldn't Change A Thing" (1976)
4) Eastside Connection "Frisco Disco" (1978)
5) In Search Of Orchestra "Phenomena Theme" (1977)
6) The Meters "Handclapping Song" (1970)

see also: bootleg - breaks - hip hop - Ultimate Breaks and Beats series



Bootlegs from bootlegs

Great compilations for the purposes of hearing the original source of well-known breaks, and maybe for praticing your turntablist skills. Beware though, that a lot of these are edited versions that repeat the break. From the SONIC point of view though, this entire series of releases is HORRIBLE. These are are basically counterfeit copies of unlicensed compilations that have been around for more than 25 years now. In other words, these are bootlegs of bootlegs of bootlegs. You can hear that by comparing the original boots with these more modern knock-offs. These hapless, greedy PIRATES can't even be bothered to use clean originals to re-cut the compilations...Each new round of these is made from an earlier pirate vinyl bootleg, and the sound gets murkier and murkier and they just change the artwork. Don't pay a lot for these...they're easily available in most big cities, flea-markets and used disco/hip-hop bins. Don't waste any stamps trying their Bronx, NY mailing address. Do you honestly think pirates would make it THAT easy for the R.I.A.A. to bust them??? --downtown.music via http://www.discogs.com/label/Street+Beat+Records [Jul 2005]

Tracklisting (Vol.1 - 25)

Not official:

SBR 499

1) She's so divine (B.Oattes/R van Schaik)
2) I just gotta have you (Kashif)
3) There's never been (no one like you) (Kenton Nix)
4) Magic's message (mr. magic)

SBR 500
1) Don't Keep Me Waiting (C. Mizelle & M. Wooten)
2) Flying High (P. Adams)
3) Serious, Serious Space Party (Kenton Nix)
4) Let's Do It (Burgess, Calloway, Davenport)

Official start of the series:

SBR 501
1) Monkees "Mary Mary"* (1961)
2) Bad Bascomb "Black Grass"* (1972)
3) The Winstons "Amen Brother"* (1969)
4) 7th Wonder "Daisy Lady" (1979)
5) D.C. LaRue "Indiscreet" (1976)
6) Rufus Thomas "Do The Funky Penguin" (1972)

SBR 502
1) Wilson Pickett "Get Me Back On Time"* (1970)
2) Juice "Catch A Groove"* (1976)
3) The Rolling Stones "Honky Tonk Woman"* (1969)
4) Funkadelic "You'll Like It Too" (1981)
5) Roy Ayer's Ubiquity "Boogie Back" (1974)
6) Disco Italiano "Chella Lla"

SBR 503
1) Cheryl Lynn "Got To Be Real" (1978)
2) Incredible Bongo Band "Apache" (1973)
3) Herman Kelly & Life "Dance To The Drummer's Beat" (1978)
4) Incredible Bongo Band "Bongo Rock"* (1973)
5) UPP "Give It To You" (1975)
6) Jackie Robinson "Pussy Footer"* (1977)

SBR 504
1) Syl Johnson "Different Strokes"* (1967)
2) Bobby Byrd "I Know You Got Soul"* (1971)
3) Z.Z. Hill "I Think I'd Do It"* (1972)
4) Gaz "Sing Sing" (1978)
5) Isaac Hayes "Break Through" (1974)
6) Tom Jones "Looking Out My Window"* (1968)
7) Dynamic Corvettes "Funky Music Is The Thing"* (1975)

SBR 505
1) Johnny Hammond "Shifting Gears"* (1975)
2) Bo Diddley "Hit Or Miss"* (1974)
3) The Wild Magnolias "Soul, Soul, Soul"* (1974)
4) Melvin Bliss "Substitution"* (1973)
5) Freedom "Get Up And Dance" (1979)
6) 20th Century Steel Band "Heaven And Hell" (1975)
7) Banbarra "Shack Up" (1975)

SBR 506
1) Please "Sing A Simple Song"* (1975)
2) James Brown "Cold Sweat"* (1967)
3) The Black Motion Picture Experience "2001"* (1973)
4) Dennis Coffey "Son Of Scorpio"* (1972)
5) Magic Disco Band "Scratchin'"* (1975)
6) Fat Larry's Band "Down On The Avenue" (1976)
7) Uncle Louie "I Like Funky Music" (1979)

SBR 507
1) James Brown "Give Up, Or Turn It Loose" (1969)
2) Funky Constellation "Street Talk" (1979)
3) Pleasure "Let's Dance" (1976)
4) John Davis "I Can't Stop" (1976)
5) John McLaughlin "Planetary Citizen" (1976)
6) Funkadelic "Good Old Music" (1970)
7) Magic Touch "You Are What You Are" (1977)


SBR 508
1) The Way of Life (S. Brighton & J. Cannon)
2) Touch Me (All Night Long) (P. Adams & D. Carmichael)
3) Infatuation (W.Negron)
4) Precious and Special (J.J.Jarrett)


SBR 509
1) Ingrid "Easter Parade" (1982)
2) ESG "U.F.O" (1981)
3) Billy Squire "Big Beat" (1980)
4) Cavern "Liquid, Liquid" (1983)
5) Mountain "Long Red"* (1972)
6) The Whole Darn Family "Seven Minutes Of Funk" (1976)

SBR 510
1) James Brown "Funky President" (1974)
2) Dexter Wansel "Theme From The Planets"* (1976)
3) Rhythm Heritage "Theme From S.W.A.T."* (1978)
4) The Jackson Five "It's Great To Be Here"* (1971)
5) The Brothers Johnson "Ain't We Funkin Now" (1978)
6) La Pregunta "Shangri La" (1978)
7) Esther Williams "Last Night Changed It All"* (1976)

SBR 511
1) The Honey Drippers "Impeach The President"* (1973)
2) The Headhunters "God Make Me Funky" (1975)
3) Lucy Hawkins "Gotta Get Out Of Here" (1978)
4) Orange Krush "Action"* (1982)
5) Funk Inc. "Kool Is Back" (1971)
6) Fausto Papetti "Love Theme"* (1975)

SBR 512
1) Junie "Granny's Funky Rolls Royce" (1975)
2) James Brown "Funky Drummer"* (1970)
3) The Mohawks "The Champ" (1968)
4) Aerosmith "Walk This Way" (1975)
5) Thin Lizzy "Johnny The Fox" (1978)
6) The Soul Searchers "Ashley's Roachclip"* (1974)
7) Chicago Gangsters "Gangster Boogie"* (1975)
8) T-Connection "Groove To Get Down" (1977)

SBR 513
1) Babe Ruth "The Mexican" (1973)
2) Babe Ruth "Keep Your Distance"* (1976)
3) Coke Escovedo "(Runaway) I Wouldn't Change A Thing" (1976)
4) Eastside Connection "Frisco Disco" (1978)
5) In Search Of Orchestra "Phenomena Theme" (1977)
6) The Meters "Handclapping Song" (1970)

SBR 514
1) Stanley Turrentine "Sister Sanctified"* (1972)
2) Willie Dynamite (Soundtrack) "Willie Chase" (1974)
3) Kid Dynamite "Uphill Peace Of Mind" (1976)
4) Ralph MacDonald "Jam On The Groove" (1976)
5) Experience Unlimited "Knock Him Out Sugar Ray" (1980)
6) Fred Wesley & The J.B.'s "Blow Your Head" (1974)

SBR 515
1) Donald Byrd "Change" (1975)
2) Roy Ayers "Brother Green" (1975)
3) Grover Washington, Jr. "Mister Magic" (1975)
4) David Matthews "Star Wars" (1977)
5) John Cougar "Jack & Diane"* (1982)
6) Pleasure "Bouncy Lady"* (1975)
7) Jefferson Starship "Rock Music" (1979)

SBR 516
1) Commodores "The Assembly Line" (1974)
2) Johnny Jenkins "I Walk On Gilded Splinters" (1974)
3) Le Pamplemousse "Gimme What You Got"* (1976)
4) Marvin Gaye (Trouble Man Soundtrack) ""T" Plays It Cool" (1972)
5) Lyn Collins "Think"* (1972)
6) The Galactic Force Band "Space Dust"* (1978)
7) Steve Miller Band "Take The Money And Run"* (1976)

SBR 517
1) Baby Huey "Listen To Me" (1970)
2) Boobie Knight "The Lovermaniacs (Sex)"* (1974)
3) The Pointer Sisters "Yes We Can Can" (1973)
4) Monk Higgins "One Man Band" (1974)
5) Kool & The Gang "N.T." (1971)
6) Dyke & The Blazers "Let A Woman Be A Woman And A Man Be A Man"* (1969)
7) Bram Tchaikovy "Whiskey And Wines" (1979)

SBR 518
1) Bar-Kays "Let's Have Some Fun" (1977)
2) Lafayette Afro-Rock Band "Conga" (1976)
3) Yellow Sunshine "Yellow Sunshine" (1973)
4) Jimmy Castor "It's Just Begun"* (1972)
5) Marva Whitney "It's My Thing" (1969)
6) Kay-Gees "I Believe In Music" (1976)
7) Dennis Coffey "Ride Sally Ride" (1972)

SBR 519
1) The Black Byrds "Rock Creek Park" (1975)
2) K.C. & The Sunshine Band "I Get Lifted" (1975)
3) Brother Soul "Cookies" (1975)
4) Foster Sylvers "Misdemeanor" (1973)
5) Wild Sugar "Bring it Here" (1981)
6) Miami "Chicken Yellow" (1974)
7) Olympic Runners "Put The Music Where Your Mouth Is" (1974)
8) Lightnin' Rod "Sport" (1973)

SBR 520
1) Roy Ayers "Lonesome Cowboy"* (1976)
2) Duke Williams "Chinese Chicken" (1973)
3) Joe Quarterman "I'm Gonna Get You"* (1974)
4) Friend And Lover "Reach Out Of Darkness"* (1973)
5) The Chubukos "House Of Rising Funk" (1973)
6) Eddie Bo "Hook & Sling" (1969)
7) Bill Withers "Kissing My Love" (1973)

SBR 521
1) The Politicians "Free Your Mind" (1972)
2) Joe Tex "Papa Was Too"* (1966)
3) The Village Callers "Hector" (1967)
4) Sound Experience "Devil With The Bust" (1974)
5) James Brown "Soul Pride" (1969)
6) All The People "Cramp Your Style"* (1972)
7) Shaft In Africa Soundtrack "Shaft In Africa" (1973)
8) Barry White "I'm Gonna Love You A Little Bit More"* (1973)

SBR 522
1) Barrabas "Woman" (1972)
2) Creative Source "Corazon" (1974)
3) Southside Movement "Save The World" (1974)
4) The JB's "The Grunt (Part 1)"* (1970)
5) Rufus Thomas "Do The Funky Penguin (Part 2)"* (1972)
6) Shotgun "Dynamite (The Bomb)"* (1977)
7) Gary Numan "Films"* (1979)

SBR 523
1) Rufus Thomas "The Breakdown (Part II)"* (1971)
2) Jim Dandy "Country Cooking" (1975)
3) Pleasure "Joyous" (1977)
4) Solomon Burke "Get Out Of My Life Woman"* (1968)
5) Alphonze Mouzon "You Don't Know How Much I Love You" (1974)
6) Delegation "Oh Honey" (1977)
7) Freda Payne "The Easiest Way To Fall"* (1970)

SBR 524
1) Lowell Fulsom "Tramp" (1966)
2) Freddie Scott "(You) Got What I Need" (1968)
3) Lyn Collins "You Can't Love Me, If You Don't Respect Me" (1975)
4) The Emotions "Blind Alley" (1972)
5) Lonnie Liston Smith "Expansions - Part 1" (1975)
6) Otis Redding "Hard To Handle"* (1968)
7) The Grassroots "You And Love Are The Same" (1969)
8) Tom Scott "Sneakin In The Back" (1974)

SBR 525
1) Southside Movement "I've Been Watching You" (1973)
2) Lou Donaldson "Pot Belly" (1970)
3) Sambo Soul "Mambo #5" (1977)
4) 5 Stairsteps "Don't Change Your Love"* (1968)
5) Lamont Dozier "Take Off Your Make-up" (1973)
6) Ike White "Love And Affection" (1976)
7) James Brown "The Payback"* (1973)

Super Disco Brake's

A1 Martin Circus Disco Circus
A2 Cerrone Rock It In The Pocket
A3 Creative Source Who Is He And What Is He To You?
B1 Captain Sky Super Sperm
B2 Blackbyrds, The Unfinished Business
B3 8th. Day She's Not Just Another Woman

Originally released back in the early '80s, Paul Winley's series of breaks albums were the first of their kind. Winley bootlegged the tracks that the likes of Grandmaster Flash and Grandwizard Theodore were mixing into their dj sets. Most of the tracks are extremley hard to find anywhere else unless you have a large wedge. --http://www.tunes.co.uk/tunes/featured/8102.html [Jun 2005]

http://www.discogs.com/release/170655 vol. 1

A1 Bob James Mardi Gras
A2 Pat Lundy Work Song
A3 J.B.'s, The Blow Your Head
A4 Magic Disco Machine, The Scratchin'
B1 New Birth Gotta Get A Knutt
B2 New Birth I Can Understand It
B3 Creative Source Corazon
B4 Dennis Coffey Scorpio

http://www.discogs.com/release/166218 vol. 2

A1 James Brown Funky Drummer
A2 Juice Catch A Groove
A3 Captain Sky Super Sperm
A4 Bill Withers Use Me
B1 Cymande Dove
B2 Meters, The Sophisticated Cissy
B3 Ann Winley Watch Dog

http://www.discogs.com/release/164977 vol. 3

A1 Cymande Bra
A2 Arawak All Stars Apache
A3 Tanya Winley Vicious Rap
A4 Alan Douglas Hustlers Rap
B1 Mighty Tom Cats Soul Makossa
B2 Dyke & The Blazers Funky Nassau
B3 Gil Scott-Heron In the Bottle
B4 Wagadu-Gu Easy Dancin'

http://www.discogs.com/release/166442 vol. 4

A1 Martin Circus Disco Circus
A2 Cerrone Rock It In The Pocket
A3 Creative Source Who Is He And What Is He To You?
B1 Captain Sky Super Sperm
B2 Blackbyrds, The Unfinished Business
B3 8th. Day She's Not Just Another Woman

http://www.discogs.com/release/171825 vol. 5

A1 James Brown Good Foot
A2 Apache Band Bongo Rock
A3 Parliament Give Up the Funk
A4 Politicians Free Your Mind
B1 Ray Charles America The Beautiful
B2 Maceo Party
B3 Grover Washington Jr. Masterpiece
B4 Chakachas, The Jungle Fever

http://www.discogs.com/release/171826 vol. 6

A1 Barrabas Woman
A2 James Brown Sex Machine
A3 Eddie Kendricks Girl You Need A Change Of Mind
A4 Curtis Mayfield Super Fly
B1 L.T.D. Cutting It Up
B2 Jimmy "Bo" Horne Spank
B3 Jimmy Castor It's Just Begun
B4 Rufus Thomas Do The Funky Chicken

Paul Winley and rap music
In the mid-1970s, hip hop split into two camps. One sampled disco and focused on getting the crowd dancing and excited, with simple or no rhymes; these DJs included Pete DJ Jones, Eddie Cheeba, DJ Hollywood and Love Bug Starski. On the other hand, another group were focusing on rapid-fire rhymes and a more complex rhythmic scheme. These included Afrika Bambaataa, Paul Winley, Grandmaster Flash and Bobby Robinson. --http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hip_hop_music#Diversification_of_styles_in_the_late_1970s [Jun 2005]

Paul Winley's Super Disco Breaks bootlegs
Paul Winley Record's bootleg Super Disco Breaks were the first break beat compilations. Another series is Ultimate Breaks and Beats of which there are 25 volumes, also bootleg. Hip hop break beat compilations include Hardcore Break Beats and Break Beats, and Drum Drops. --http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Break_%28music%29 [Jun 2005]

see also: Paul Winley - rap - disco - break beats

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