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Section 1. Soul

Barbara and the Browns
?: (Stax 1964)
* "In My Heart"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "In the Hood"

Bliss, Melvin
single: (Sunburst 1977)
* "Synthetic Substitution" (Drums)
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Bring Da Ruckus"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Clan in Da Front"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Method Man"

Word Up: (Atlantic Artists 1986)
* "Back & Forth"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Gravel Pit"

Charmells, The
single: (Stax 1967)
* "As Long as I've Got You"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Cream"

Dorsey, Lee
The New Lee Dorsey: (Amy 1966)
* "Get out of My Life, Woman" (Drums)
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Maria"

Floyd, King
King Floyd: (Cotillion 1973)
* "Don't Leave Me Lonely"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "For Heaven's Sake"

Fulsom, Lowell
Tramp: (Kent 1967)
* "Tramp"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Protect Ya Neck (The Jump Off)"

Hathaway, Donny
Everything is Everything: (Atlantic 1970)
* "I Believe to My Soul"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "One of these Days"

Come Back Charleston Blue soundtrack: (Atlantic 1972)
* "Little Ghetto Boy"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Little Ghetto Boys"

Hayes, Isaac
Hot Buttered Soul: (Enterprise 1968)
* "Walk on By"
     Wu-Tang Clan ft Isaac Hayes - "I Can't Go to Sleep"

Honey Drippers
single: (Alaga 1973)
* "Impeach the President" (Drums)
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nothin' to Fuck wit'"

J. B.'s, The
Food for Thought: (People 1972)
* "The Grunt"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Protect Ya Neck (The Jump Off)"

Johnson, Syl
single: (Twilight 1967)
* "Different Strokes" (Vocals)
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Shame on a Nigga"

?: (Twilight 1969)
* "Is it Because I'm Black?"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Hollow Bones"

Knight, Gladys and the Pips
I Feel a Song: (Buddah 1974)
* "The Way We Were"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Can it All Be So Simple"

Lafayette Afro Rock Band
Voodounon: (Makossa 1974)
* "Hihache" (Drums)
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nothin' to Fuck wit'"

Lightnin Rod
Hustler's Convention: (United Artists 1973)
* "Sport" (Drums)
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Method Man"

New Birth
It Ain't No Big Thing But It's Growing: (RCA 1971)
* "Honeybee"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Clan in Da Front"

Peebles, Ann
If this is Heaven: (Hi 1978)
* "In the Hood"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Rules"

Reid, Clarence
?: (? ?)
* "Nobody Babe"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Pinky Ring (UZI)"

Rene, Wendy
single: (Stax 1964)
* "After Laughter (Comes Tears)"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Tearz"

Siffre, Labi
Remember my Song: (EMI UK 1975)
* "I Got The"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Can it All Be So Simple"

Sly & the Family Stone (Stone, Sly)
Stand: (Epic 1969)
* "Sing a Simple Song" (Drums)
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Protect Ya Neck (The Jump Off)"

Wonder, Stevie
Innervisions: (Tamla 1973)
* "Living for the City"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "The City"

Wright, O.V.
Bottom Line: (Hi 1978)
* "Let's Straighten it Out"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "America is Dying Slowly"

Zapp: (Warner Bros 1980)
* "More Bounce to the Ounce"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Method Man"

Section 2. Jazz

Bascomb, Wilbur 'Bad'
Black Grass Music: (Paramount 1972)
* "Black Grass"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "It's Yours"

Johnson, J.J.
Willie Dynamite soundtrack: (MCA 1974)
* "Parade Strutt" (Drums)
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Uzi (Pinky Ring)"

Monk, Thelonious
Plays Duke Ellington: (Riverside 1955)
* "Black and Tan Fantasy"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Shame on a Nigga"

Scott, Tom
Tom Scott & the LA Express: (Ode 1974)
* "Sneakin' in the Back" (Drums)
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Bells of War"

Smith, Lonnie
Drives: (Blue Note 1970)
* "Spinning Wheel" (Drums)
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Wu-Tang: 7th Camber"

Section 3. Pop, Rock, Alternative

Blood, Sweat & Tears
Child is the Father to the Man: (Columbia 1968)
* "I Love You More than You'll Ever Know"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Maria"

Electric Prunes, The
Release of an Oath: (Reprise 1968)
* "General Confessional"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "The Monument"

Hall & Oates
Big Bam Boom: (RCA 1984)
* "Method of Modern Love"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Method Man"

Section 4. Blues Samples

King, Albert
King of the Blues Guitar: (Atlantic 1969)
* "Cold Feet"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Protect Ya Neck (The Jump Off)"

Section 8. Soundtracks

Duhamel, Antoine
?: (? ?)
* "Belphégor (Theme)"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "Gravel Pit"

Section 9. Easy Listening, Loungecore, Vocal, Traditional Pop

Nero, Peter
Midnight Cowboy: (Columbia 1974)
* "Love Theme from 'Romeo & Juliet'"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "A Better Tomorrow"

Section 19. Library

Hawksworth, Denis "Johnny"
?: (KPM 1968)
* "Intro: Salute to Thames"
     Wu-Tang Clan - "In the Hood"

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