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Think (About It) (The MicFreak Fire Drum Dub)

Barbara Tucker

UNQTZ188 | 2020-02-07  
Barbara Tucker "Think (About It) (The Micfreak Fire Drum Dub)"

(James Brown)
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Remix Produced and Arranged by Micfreak
Vocals by Barbara Tucker
Originally Produced by DJ Spen, Thommy Davis and Gary Hudgins
Sax by Max Grunhard / Trumpet by Scott Baylis / Trombone by Richard Henry
Vocals Recorded by Greg Lewis at Blacklist Media
Additional Vocals by Sheila Ford, Thommy Davis and Sean Spencer
Additional Vocals Recorded by Bill Pratt at Bratt Studio
Sean Spencer, Thommy Davis, & Kelly Tribble Spencer Executive Producers

"Think (About It)" was originally recorded 46 years ago in the summer of 1972 by the fiery Lyn Collins. Produced by the Godfather of Soul, James Brown, it barely scraped into the RnB Top 10 at the time and normally would have been discredited as just another great James Brown production. In 1987, it began being sampled by a new generation of Hip-Hop artists like Roxanne Shante, Robe Base, and DJ E-Z Rock. Suddenly, the world woke up to the possibilities of sampling; and since that point, "Think (About It)" has been sampled 1908 times and is the No. 3 most-sampled record of all time.

After having a great musical year on the label in 2019, Unquantize have commissioned Baltimore’s 'one to watch', Micfreak, for a killer underground remix of Barbara Tucker’s incredible rendition of 'Think (About It)'. Micfreak cuts loose, delivering a nasty drum lead groove that’s teased with cut up vocals, a catchy piano hook, deep stabs and airy synth washes, primed to smash the peak hours.


01. Barbara Tucker “Think (About It)”
Micfreak Fire Drum Dub
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