THE MOHAWKS - THE CHAMP
Thursday, 15 December 2011 16:22

1968 , 2008 , JAZZ , THEY SAMPLED THURSDAY

Okay, our Tuesday Back Jam Jerk Out samples The Champ by The Mohawks which is sampled in more songs than we can count. We find that odd because The Champ itself contains a sample of Tramp by Otis Redding and Carla Thomas which was our first posted They Sampled Thursday, sometimes it's difficult for us to know if a song is sampling Tramp or The Champ?

Other songs that sampled The Mohawks's The Champ or Otis Redding and/or Carla Thomas's Tramp:

Fusion Beats Vol. 2 by Afrika Bambaataa, Afrika Islam and Jazzy Jay (1982), Pop Lock This Rock by Two Sisters (1983), Hip Hop on Wax - Volume 1 by Chuck Chillout (1984), Gyokai Konna Mon Da Rap by Seiko Ito (1985), Fresh Is the Word by Mantronix featuring MC Tee (1985), Can You Feel It by Original Concept (1986), Tramp by Salt-N-Pepa (1986), Eric B. Is President by Eric B. & Rakim (1986), Dady's Great by J.D.T.R. (1987), Believe Me Das Bad by Steady B (1987), Party Pooper by TC Islam (1987), At a Jam by Tray-Bag MC (1987), Big Apple Production Vol. III by Ser & Duff (1987), Miami Bass by Stetsasonic (1988), Pump Up the Bass by DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince (1988), Teddy's Jam by Guy (1988), Get Up by K.D. Nice (1988), Big Time Chillin by Lightnin Lee and Poppy P (1988), Party Rocker by MC Don & EZ Ed (1988), Listen to the Man by Kev E Kev and AK B (1988), You Can't Jam by True Love (1988), Kit (What's the Scoop) by Slick Rick (1988), Groove Me by Guy (1988), Ruthless Villain by Eazy-E featuring MC Ren (1988), World War Jam by Debonair Dimension (1988), Real Mutha for Ya by Cash Money & Marvelous (1988), Still Talkin' by Eazy-E (1988), Pump It Up by MC Hammer (1988), Eric B. Never Scared by Eric B. & Rakim (1988), Mega Mix (House Style) by Le Juan Love and DJ Man (1988), The Rhythm by Everlast featuring Donald D and Ice-T (1989), Lend Me an Ear by The D.O.C. (1989), Let Your Backbone Slide by Maestro Fresh Wes (1989), AIDS Attack by MC Steel and Doc Rock (1989), Hypergroove by The Mistress and DJ Madame E (1989), God Made Me Funke by Kool Moe Dee (1989), Aladdin's on a Rampage by Low Profile (1989), The Big Payback by EPMD (1989), Don't Play With Me by Eniquity (1989), We're in This Together by Low Profile (1989), Self Destruction by The Stop the Violence Movement (1989), Give a Little Extra by Jaz (1989), Jimmy's Gettin' Funky by Stezo (1989), Smooth Operator by Big Daddy Kane (1989), Jazzy's Groove by DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince (1989), Keep It Street by Chubb Rock (1990), At Your Own Risk (Budha Mix) by King Tee (1990), Just a Sample by Simple House Production (1990), On a Mission by Double XX Posse (1990), Playground by Another Bad Creation (1991), Keepin' the Faith by De La Soul (1991), Let's Be Adult (This Year's Model Version) by Pizzicato Five (1991), Whatcha Got a Gun For? by U Know Who (1991), Got a Good Thing Going On by Kid 'N Play (1991), Keep the Flavor by Who Am I? (1991), Lesson 4 by DJ Shadow (1991), Say Listen to Me by Ganjah Posse (1991), We Will Rock You (1991 Bonus Remix Ruined by Rick Rubin) by Queen (1991), Sleepin' on My Couch by Del Tha Funkee Homosapien (1991), Large Professor by Main Source (1991), U Wanna Know Somethin' by Esham (1992), Da Funk by Redman (1992), Return of the Funky Man by Lord Finesse (1992), Shock Dat Monkey by TLC (1992), After Shock (Chaos Never Died) by Praxis (1992), Fantasy by Miles Davis (1992), La Schmoove by Fu-Schnickens featuring Phife Dawg (1992), Crazie Handel by Know Frills (1992), Da Ringers Off by Sudden Def (1992), Super Cool Mack Daddy by Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch (1992), Pete's Theme by Finesse & Showbiz (1993), Teddy Bear by G-Wiz (1993), Ya Can't Test Me Again by Red Fox (1993), Dirty Ass Rats by Dre Dog featuring Totally Insane (1993), Dig It by The Coup (1993), Entropy by DJ Shadow (1993), Hello, It's Me by Spark 950 and Timbo King (1993), Klap Tu Dis by Tymz Up (1993), Slam by Onyx (1993), Luvstuff by Sagat (1994), Get Lifted by Keith Murray (1994), Here Comes the Hotstepper by Ini Kamoze (1994), As-Salaam-Alaikum by Shaka (1994), Scyzoryk by Liroy (1995), Friday by Ice Cube (1995), Props by INI (1995), Unified Rebelution by Jurassic 5 (1995), Sittin' on Chrome (Rockaway Ave Mix) by Masta Ace Incorporated (1995), 3 Tha Hard Way by Bahamadia (1996), Lower Eastside by Delinquent Habits (1996), Got to Give It Up by Aaliyah featuring Slick Rick (1996), Live Intro (1989) by N.W.A (1996), More Beats & Pieces by Coldcut (1997), 2 Bad (Refugee Camp Mix) by Michael Jackson (1997), Deaf Mick's Throwdown by Clockwork Voodoo Freaks (1997), Step Into a World (Rapture's Delight) by KRS-One (1997), A Number of Microphones by Propellerheads (1998), Scratch 22 (Jay-Rock's Theme) by Freestylers (1998), Freak Me by Another Level (1998), Strength by Dilated Peoples (1999), Brainfreeze (Side 1) by DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist (1999), Where Ya From by Mobb Deep featuring 8Ball (1999), Summer Power by Summer Madness (1999), Klientel by Road Dawgs (1999), Soap Boxin' by Living Legends (2001), Entre Deux Feux by Fonky Family (2001), Takin' All Bets by Kamakazee featuring OffDaMental (2002), Whatchulookinat (P. Diddy Remix) by Whitney Houston featuring P. Diddy (2002), Ice by Jaylib (2003), Burn Rubber by Too Short (2003), The Exclusive by Jaylib featuring Percee P (2003), Musical Journey by Kero One (2005), Pressure by Plump DJs (2005), Gonna Breakthrough by Mary J. Blige (2005), Stand by Me by Lemon Ice (2006), Wieder Von Der Skyline Zum Bordstein Zurück by Bushido (2006), Bring Back the Raw Hip-Hop by Sicknature featuring Q-Unique and Ill Bill (2007), Livin' by The Clark Sisters (2007), Where Are They Now (West Coast Remix) by Nas, Kam, King Tee and Candyman featuring Threat, Ice-T and Sir Mix-a-Lot (2007), Machine Gun Funk (DJ Premier Remix) by The Notorious B.I.G. (2008), Into the Deep by Young Ax (2008), The Dirt by Edgar Allen Floe featuring Mal Demolish (2008), Big Dancin by Bounce Camp (2008), Sincerely, Jane by Janelle Monáe (2008), Pac Div by Pac Div (2009), lag Under Bältet by Petter (2009), Dew Drops in the Garden by Green Tea (2009), The Champ by The Kid Daytona (2010), Funk Soul Brother by ILL G, Skubi and DJ Rokam (2010), Lil' Dre by Soulja Boy (2010), Think Better by Slow Motion Replay (2010), World Gone Sour (The Lost Kids) by Method Man (2011), We Don't Get Down Like Y'all by T.I. featuring B.o.B (2011), Block 2 Block by DJ JS-One featuring Sadat X, Akil and Freestyle (Rapper) (2011). Enjoy!

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THE MOHAWKS - THE CHAMP
1. The Champ 2. Hip Jigger 3. Sweet Soul Music 4. Dr. Jekyll & Hyde Park 5. Senior Thump 6. Landscape 7. Baby Hold On 8. Funky Broadway 9. Rocky Mountain Roundabout 10. Sound of the Witchdoctors 11. Beat Me till I'm Blue 12. Can you Hear Me 13. Rid Your Pony 14. Western Promise 15. Pepsi 16. Mony Mony 17. The Champ (Extended Mix) 18. Landscape (Extended Mix)

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#1 tonyj 2011-12-15 17:26
Okay, I saw the J. Moss post at the beginning of the week as the Sunday Soul. Then I saw Jerk Out as the Back Jam and thought "Why not make 777-9311 the Back Jam since J. Moss Dance samples 777-9311".

Now I see this and it makes sense, they are all related to Morris Day and The Time. Good post SIMY.
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#2 SIMY 2011-12-15 17:30
Good job Tony, not many people even remember 777-9311 as being by The Time.

What? There is a method to our madness? Who knew?

:SIMY:
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#3 immadome 2011-12-15 18:46
So The Champ has a sample of The Tramp which is a cover of Lowell Fulson's The Tramp. The world is a circle.

After looking at the posts this week and their connection I thought that the Sunday Sould could have been Livin' by The Clark Sisters?
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#4 SIMY 2011-12-15 18:51
There are a lot of Gospel songs that would have fit into this week. We thought of The Clark Sisters as well but we had already posted Live: One Last Time as a Sunday Soul a while back.

:SIMY:
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#5 tonyj 2011-12-15 21:13
I didn't know who Lowell Fulson was but I Googled him and now I think I know what the Saturday Soundtrack will be. I wasn't sure but then I saw that Anthony Hamilton's latest has posted.
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#6 immadome 2011-12-15 21:18
What? You had never heard of Lowell Fulson? SIMY, help him out... Hit us up with some Lowell Fulson.

I'm officially asking SIMY :lol:
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