The "Push the tempo" vocals are taken "Let the Rhythm Pump" by Doug Lazy. The "Shake what ya mama gave ya" vocals are sampled from "Shake Whatcha Mama Gave Ya" by Stik E & The Hoodz. Most of the track was taken from Block Rockin' Beats by The Chemical Brothers. Sometimes, the single is known as "Ya Mama/Song for Shelter" instead of the titles appearing the other way around.
Ya Mama" by Fatboy Slim sampled Doug Lazy's "Let the Rhythm Pump". Listen to both songs on WhoSampled, the ultimate database of sampled music, cover songs and remixes. perhaps he got the idea from Bass Funk Tion and made his own version. stationary unit said 7 years ago: They definitely both sample "Let the Rhythm Pump", but I'd say we leave this as it is. I don't hear anything on Bass Funk Tion's track that makes it obvious that Fatboy Slim is sampling that track and not Doug Lazy, other than the fact that both tracks loop the sample.
Sky High (Thommy Davis & Doug Lazy Remix) - Doug Lazy. Church Clap (11AM Dub) - Doug Lazy. Sky High (Mr. V Low Rider Extension) - Doug Lazy. Let The Rhythm Pump - Doug Lazy. Let It Roll - Doug Lazy. Let It Roll (Soul Of Man Mix) - Doug Lazy. Red Zone Mix) - Doug Lazy. Let It Roll - Vocal - Doug Lazy. We Love that Acid - Doug Lazy.
Let The Rhythm Pump (Vocal). Let The) Rhythm Move You (BK's Clubcutz Mix) . bk. Скачать. Let The Rhythm Pump (A Capella). Let The Rhythm Pump (12' Pump Mix)1/20/1990.
Doug Lazy - Let The Rhythm Pump Doug Lazy Gettin' Crazy, 1990 04:17. Doug Lazy - Let It Roll Top 100 80s, 2014 05:41. Doug Riley, Guido Basso, Guido Basso & Doug Riley - Never Let Me Go A Lazy Afternoon, 1997 06:59. Little Louie Vega, Little Louie Vega & Marc Anthony, Little Louie Vega And Marc Anthony, Marc Anthony - Let Me Love You When The Night Is Over, 2010 04:58.
US House Music 12" Vinyl, Doug Lazy, let the rhythm pump. TITLE Let The Rhythm Pump. Many of the defects found in a VG graded item will be more pronounced in a VG item. Surface noise (for records) will be evident upon playing, especially in soft passages and during a song's intro and fade, but will not overpower the music otherwise.