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Monday, May 9, 2011

unorthodox sample use / Sweden+Brazil


Wish I could pick out more samples from The Field, but I've only been able to discern a couple on account of how chopped-up they turn out after Axel Willner subjects them to a -finally- cathartic cut-and-paste regiment.

Anyway, here's the cut:

From 6:40-7:10 or so you should be able to hear:

Yes, Aquarela do Brasil by Ary Barroso. I have included the Geoff Muldaur version here, because it is creepy - and pretty much the only piece of music used in Terry Gilliam's Brazil (1985) - one of my favorite films. 0:05-0:10 is the clearest place you can hear The Field totally rip off the riff and make it into something equally good. 

As an aside, The Field is techno music that I think nearly everyone could enjoy.  Listen to it while drawing.


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