Talk and share knowledge on rare records, sources of new samples, vinyl, diggin, etc
By webbb82 Sun Dec 23, 2012 4:49 pm
Ya know the SAD news it that E-Digging is here to stay. and as time goes on it will get bigger and more popular. with more albums being uploaded to the interweb its just a matter of time before everyone is using the internet to get material to sample. and come on it is Digging you say its just browsing and downloading but when you dig in the real world thats all your doing is browsing and buying.
Yes its not as fun and you dont get the rich sound you get from records and so on. but can we just move on from this e digging bashing. I for one find a bunch of great material to use online
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By Metatron72 Sun Dec 23, 2012 5:23 pm
webbb82 wrote:Ya know the SAD news it that E-Digging is here to stay. and as time goes on it will get bigger and more popular. with more albums being uploaded to the interweb its just a matter of time before everyone is using the internet to get material to sample. and come on it is Digging you say its just browsing and downloading but when you dig in the real world thats all your doing is browsing and buying.
Yes its not as fun and you dont get the rich sound you get from records and so on. but can we just move on from this e digging bashing. I for one find a bunch of great material to use online


Well said. Yeah it makes it easier but like you alluded to at times the e-dig is just as random and shot in the dark as physical digging.

Anyway for some e-digging just add "lossless" to a blogpot google search or the name of an artist or LP+losless. Tons of FLAC, WAV and WAV/Cue uploads out there. At times you will even find vinyl rips. And to the contentions folks had in this thread, I can go to a shop any time I feel like like it. So I'm not really worried about where the sounds came from, not to say I don't 'get' the pureness and all of digging then out old school style.
By webbb82 Wed Jan 16, 2013 8:06 pm
First let me start off by saying E digging Is a form of digging. Like it or not its here to stay and its only going to get more and more popular. Im not saying E digging is better than real digging. its not and you wont get the same joy and experience but it is a valid resource that shouldnt be looked over. rather then browsing your local record shops your browsing the web. You still end up with a song you wanna chop up. SO this thread is not for debate whether or not "E-Digging" is real or whatever. THis is for the people who do E dig and want to share resources with fellow E diggers. Maybe if people keeep adding links we can make this a sticky.
Thank you and Keep searchin

Here are some of my web sites i goto to find music to chop up

http://b0086e59.linkbucks.com/url/http://darcysfeelit.blogspot.com/

A Blog Dedicated to the B sides
http://redkelly.blogspot.com/

The Funky 16 Corners
http://funky16corners.com/

Random Soul Songs
http://www.soulsendikasi.com/

Rare Grooves
http://www.raregroovesmodernsoul.com/

A great site for funk jazz and rock samples somthin like 20 different download packs
http://www.dave40.co.uk/1/VwSlAr.php?id=15

Mp3 for the masses music from the 40s,50's,60's and 70's
http://mp3oldies.multiply.com/journal

So many records so little time
http://www.somanyrecordssolittletime.com

Dusty Sevens
http://dusty7s.blogspot.com/

http://www.londonlee.com/chipshop.html

Rare Grooves and Modern Soul
http://b0086e59.linkbucks.com/url/http://darcysfeelit.blogspot.com/

Just to name a few.Lets keep it going and create the goto source for us E-Diggers
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By Metatron72 Thu Jan 17, 2013 1:07 am
webbb82 wrote:
skurdnee wrote:i've found some good stuff on here before-[url] http://orgyinrhythm.blogspot.com/
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this one is no joke some really good stuff in here lets keep this going this could end up being one awesome digging reference


Definitely. I know some of these pages but haven't peeped them in years. And I'll post more as I recall them and find new ones. Hats off to webb82 for a dope thread idea.

To echo what I said above, you can totally take shots in the dark and find these blogs everywhere.

Example - McCoy Tyner+Blogspot, Johnny Hammond+Blogspot...and so on. Works with LP titles just as well.
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By inflict3 Thu Jan 17, 2013 1:23 am
cool links!! im always down for sampling, im not gonna give anyone **** about where they sample from :smoker: