- 1. 01 Y el son es cubano 1.21 1471 plays
- 2. 02 La rumba y el son 2.20 847 plays
- 3. 03 Artista revolucionario 0.45 470 plays
- 4. 04 Que Tienes Tu pt1 0.58 499 plays
- 5. 05 Que Tienes Tu (llora mi cancion) 1.36 383 plays
- 6. 06 el director 1.59 328 plays
- 7. 07 santeria intro 0.44 303 plays
- 8. 08 santeria 1.17 312 plays
- 9. 09 Still Trippin' (additional scratching by kike) 1.55 449 plays
- 10. 10 un tipo de funk 2.05 279 plays
- 11. 11 Conmigo (universal Music Language) 2.58 365 plays
- 12. 12 paisajes naturales 1.38 310 plays
- 13. 13 mas basica 1.28 237 plays
- 14. 14 Director's outro 0.41 247 plays
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Not to say Biof is an old timer, but he started making beats, sampling and crate diggin in the last decade of the last century.
With this new flipped EP called Cold Feelin', I followed with the exercise of flipping only one song and stretch it out into 4 different instrumental tracks.
This time it comes straight from the beginnings-of-the-60's-dirty-soul of a great singer called Dee Clark. The song is Blues get off my shoulder, http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Hr_YvFQv6E8
It is a bluesy soul song that has a particular sad spaghetti western feeling, that I tried to pass with this ep.
As usual, I used the same drum kit, mostly the same sine bass sound, and tried to give to the whole ep a spontaneous and live ambiance.
It is is again for free, I hope you'll enjoy it.
Extra special thanks to MarOne who made the great cover http://mar-one.tumblr.com/
The exercise goes as following:
1) Take ONLY ONE song you like
2) Flip the samples on as much beats you like
I used the sample of one song I like particularly to make different beats, with different vibes. The flipped song comes from a famous french singer, Veronique Sanson (without sound), and the song comes from her soul funky works of the beginning of the 80's. As usual, I don't quantize beats, and I tend to use the same drumkit, same synths, all through the ep.
I hope you'll enjoy it
Special thanks to MarOne for the artwork
TRIBUTE TO AREITO
In Tribute to Areito, he wants to put the light on one of the most creative labels in history of latin music. A label which released as well as salsa/son albums, some great latin jazz, soul and experimental works. Those records could come only from a country like Cuba.
"I chose to keep the same vibe all through the EP, using samples coming from the same era, 60's to end of the 70's, but I chose also to keep the same drumkit on all songs, free synth plugins, and some secret ingredients. This label is a beatmaker's treasure."
Enjoy this short EP, for free, and wait for some more beats coming.
Cover Art by Simon Clavière