|A1||–Glenn Miller||In The Mood||3:09|
|A2||–Bing Crosby & Andrews Sisters*||Don't Fence Me In||3:15|
|A3||–Artie Shaw||Long Ago (And Far Away)||2:55|
|A4||–Count Basie Orchestra||Swinging The Blues||2:40|
|A5||–Andrews Sisters* With Vic Schoen And His Orchestra||Rum And Coca-Cola||3:07|
|A6||–Ella Fitzgerald With The Ink Spots||Cow-Cow Boogie||3:03|
|B1||–Count Basie Orchestra||Sent For You Yesterday And There You Come Today||2:57|
|B2||–Ella Fitzgerald With Eddie Heywood And His Orchestra||Sentimental Journey||3:16|
|B3||–Glenn Miller||American Patrol||3:29|
|B4||–The Mills Brothers With Sy Oliver And His Orchestra||Opus One||2:13|
|B5||–Andrew Sisters* With Vic Schoen And His Orchestra||Pennsylvania Polka||2:46|
|B6||–Glenn Miller||Moonlight Serenade||2:27|
|056 - 95717, 4C056-95717||Various||September '44 (LP, Comp)||MCA Records, MCA Records||056 - 95717, 4C056-95717||Belgium||1974|
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Here Are the Samples Used on Jay Z's '4:44'. Jay Z's thirteenth solo album 4:44 is finally here and it's undeniably refreshing to hear the legendary Brooklyn rapper wax poetic over soulful, crisp production from No . A look through the liner notes reveals No . And how he flipped them over the course of 10 tracks? Truly a work of art. Below are the songs that were used to craft 4:44. Kill Jay Z". Contains sample from the Alan Parsons Project's "Don’t Let It Show".
Theo Meier – Fastlane (07:50) 2. Lunar Plane – Imperium (07:58) 3. Benotmane – Sunqueen (Oliver Koletzki Remix) (07:08) 4. Aaaron; Deckert – Kyoto Bliss (Niko Schwind Remix) (06:44) 5. Daniel Rateuke – Mambazo (06:37) 6. Alican – Complex Simplicity (07:21) 7. Rafael Cerato – Radiation (06:44) 8. Jiggler – Nothing Matters (05:54) 9. Ivan Masa – Muto (Bebetta & Cioz Remix) (07:26).
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