Soul-Sides.com is a blog that can go for a little bit of time without much that impresses me, then all of a sudden will have a couple amazing posts. A recent one, which falls into the amazing category, is from a side project called Soul-Sides/Sliced about the production behind Sly Stone’s Simple song. It is a quick article about his use of the left and right channels of stereo which includes an edited version of the song illustrating what they are talking about. The only other post in this side project dissects Cypress Hill’s “How I Could Just Kill A Man” (did you know it samples a Jimmy Hendrix song?).
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