BeatSession 03|21|11

Original Sample:

I Don’t Wanna Leave You [Promo/Demo Version] by Debbie Taylor

Debbie Taylor is an enigma. I did a search on her online and google gave me 151,000 results. All the relevant sites about her had the same exact information; same exact phrasing too. Even wikipedia had the same information, verbatim. Date of birth is unknown. Background is unknown. What is known is this — her vocals are amazing and in spite of her relatively short recording career (1968-1975), tracks like this week’s sample helped her reach iconic status among soul music lovers and record collectors. Apparently, this recording was her last release before a sudden and unexpected exit as a professional recording artist. I did manage to find one random forum which had a random post about Debbie’s background and whereabouts. While I cannot attest to its validity, at least it wasn’t copied and pasted from every other site on the interweb. It says the reason for her sudden disappearance from the music industry was because she was “totally disgusted” by how the record companies treated her. I’d be speculating, but maybe this week’s sample isn’t about an individual, but rather the entire music industry at that time… (Industry Rule#4080). But word has it that recently she’s returned to performing — but only incognito, “… singing anonymously from the back of the stage at ‘other’s’ concerts.” Like I said… she’s an enigma.

On a side note, the version we sampled this week is actually the promo/demo version that was not commercially released. The UK version is about 1.5 minutes shorter and has a different arrangement.

This week, we welcome another new addition to the WBS family: Jericho Jackson originally from Jersey, but now reppin’ the Far North Coast, NSW Australia. Make sure you stop by his soundcloud (here) to check out some ridiculous sounds (e.g. Pimpin’ on Mars, Therapeutic Water Chops, Lunar Orbit Concerto)

This week’s another strong week at The Weekly Beat Sessions: a coalition of countries making beats, not war.

Make sure you tune in next week, when we pay tribute to Nate Dogg (RIP). peace, @illa0804

Featured Beats and Producers:

Creativity Runs Dry by Sideways (Orlando, FL)

Whatever (i could go on) by Jericho Jackson (Far North Coast, NSW Australia)

Misunderstand by Confidence (Boston, MA)

RIP Nate Dogg by 25/8 (Miami, FL)

Skilled Trade by Agent Smith 78 (Chicago, IL)

Go On by T.H.E Menace For T.H.E Sound Studio // Q-York Ent (Q.S.A) (Brooklyn, NY)

Flow On by T.H.E Menace For T.H.E Sound Studio // Q-York Ent (Q.S.A) (Brooklyn, NY)

I Dont Wanna Leave You by QuestClassic (Fresno, CA)

My Time by DJ Spinz (Makati City, Philippines)

Aso’t Pusa by D (Lipa, Batangas)

I Don’t Need Ya by Blankface (Detroit, MI)

Living This Way by Gee (Toronto, Canada)

Passion Take Flight feat. Margaux Cortez by Chrizo (Las Piñas, Philippines)

Sunrise(Shalom) by Blackph03nix (London, England)

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9 Responses to BeatSession 03|21|11

  1. Blankface says:

    I’m really feelin’ everyone’s on here. This was a really good session IMO

  2. mrk904 says:

    Great song, great beats here.

  3. jeriko jackson says:

    daayum chrizo killed it… and by the way great sample!

  4. jeriko jackson says:

    didn’t notice the spotlight… much appreciated. respect!

  5. JT says:

    Nice Session!!!…feeling …Flow On by T.H.E Menace ..also Misunderstood by Confidence…

    all the beats were hot! i am a singer so maybe i am a little partial to a particular vibe, but all the joints were cold!!!!!

  6. Confidence says:

    this was an ill sample this week. one of my favorites so far…peace to everyone who did their thing. next week is gonna be a little tricky

  7. 25/8 says:

    feelin that joint D! love that skip hop chopped up feel!

  8. Mal says:

    Hi small question, im start now whit beats and what is better to start do first the drums and after that aplly some choped track or at start do track and the drums what way is better ?.

    • Gee. says:

      Personally, for me it varies from sample to sample. Sometimes I’ll have a dope idea and some chops in mind, then drop drums based on the way I sample it…sometimes I’ll make drop drums first, then play around with the sample until I find something dope to fit my drums. Every beat I’ve made was created differently.

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