- The melody is based on 2 samples from a 1953 gospel choir.
- In sample A, a male voice is used in the verses, and in sample B, a female voice is used in the choruses.
- The samples are manipulated to change the meaning of the words.
- The piece has a vintage feel as he did not clean the recordings.
- The samples are looped.
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Harmony and Tonality
- The piece is diatonic.
- There are 3 simple repeated chord sequences.
- Chord sequence 1- Am, Em, G, D
- Chord sequence 2- C, Am, C, Am
- Chord sequence 3- F, C, F, C
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- Intro - Verse - Chorus - Verse 2 - Break - Chorus - Outro
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- The texture builds up as more tracks are introduced.
- The texture becomes thinner as the piano and drums drop out.
- There is also the use of silence.
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- Synthesiser, sampler, drum machine and sequencer.
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- Panning, Reverb, EQ, Delay, Echoes
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