Rennie pilgrem - live in the cavern club


The Amen break , a drum break from The Winstons ' song "Amen, Brother" is widely regarded as one of the most widely used and sampled breaks among music using breakbeats. [7] This break was first used on "King of the Beats" by Mantronix , and has since been used in thousands of songs. [8] Other popular breaks are from James Brown 's Funky Drummer (1970) and Give it Up or Turnit a Loose , The Incredible Bongo Band 's 1973 cover of The Shadows ' " Apache ", and Lyn Collins ' 1972 song " Think (About It) ". [2] The Winstons have not received royalties for third-party use of samples of the break recorded on their original music release. [8]

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Since 2010 he switched his focus to visual art. In 2013 he was selected for the Royal Academy Summer exhibition. He now devotes his time making paintings, original prints and uses his previous electronic experience to crest cutting-edge digital work too. He has shown his work with The Other Art Fair in London and is also working with Galleries both in England and abroad.


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