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Bob James Shares A Commentary To His Jazz Fusion Classic “Nautilus”
Bob James Shares A Commentary To His Jazz Fusion Classic “Nautilus”

By JR on 3:39 PM

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“In this special "Director's Commentary" edition of Let the Record Show, hosts Mike Pizzo and Warren Peace sit down with legendary jazz producer Bob James to discuss his seminal 1974 track "Nautilus", which has been sampled in countless hip-hop songs (over 400 according to WhoSampled).

Peace and Pizzo talk to Bob about the origins of the track "Nautilus." As a special treat, they also get his reaction to a handful of golden era rap classics from Run DMC, Slick Rick, Eric B & Rakim, Main Source, and Ghostface Killah which sampled the track, as the cuts spin on vinyl.”

Enjoy a recent flip of “Nautilus” as musician Jesse Fischer brings a delightful new perspective on the heavily-sampled opening part in his song “Punjab”.


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