Some drumbreaks, like Impeach* or Amen** , have been used on hundreds of records to the point where even the casual fan can recognize the original track. Others, like Love’s Doggone, may have been used by far fewer producers – but still be every bit as sick.
Love was an influential psych rock band active in the late 60s / early 70s. They experienced a small degree of commercial success, but inspired a number of successful bands yet to come. By the time their 1969 album Out Here was released, their line up had changed completely, and their sound had evolved to a more experimental, wide-ranging sound.
This break seems to have gone mostly unnoticed for the 80s (collectors were mostly buying funk records?) and had a couple uses in the 90s – but when Kanye West picked it up and dusted it off, people took notice again. Clocking in at 12 minutes long, Doggone features a 9 minute drum solo by George Suranovich that provides lots of sample opportunities:
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