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Moodymann - Mahogany Brown Clear Vinyl Edition
Mahogany Brown Clear Vinyl Edition
2LP | 1998 | UK | Reissue (Peacefrog)
29,99 €*
Release:1998 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Peacefrog come correct with a re-issue of one of house music's most pioneering producers 2nd album. Moodyman's 'Mahogany Brown' album collates some of his finest moments, utilising soul, funk, gospel, and even hip hop production techniques Kenny Dixon Junior delivers a slice of Black American music that affirms his reputation as a major influence on house music today. Featuring his long term saxophonist and vocalist Norma Jean Bell on selected tracks adds a more soulful live feel (check the sublime 'Joy Part 3'). And grooves is what it's all about with Moodyman, no one rocks like him, and the fervour with which his releases are anticipated should go some way to convincing anyone who has ever thought about buying house music, start at the top and you cant go wrong.
Moodymann - Forevernevermore Clear Vinyl Edition
Forevernevermore Clear Vinyl Edition
2LP | 2000 | UK | Reissue (Peacefrog)
29,99 €*
Release:2000 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Forevernevermore was originally released in 2000 and is the second full length on Peacefrog from Kenny Dixon Jnr.
Gathering together the best strands of Moodymann's late-'90s tracks on KDJ, Forevernevermore re-interprets
these rare and sought after gems twisting and blending them into a new mesmerizing and idiosyncratic stew which
offers new insight into these now classic retro-disco funk tracks.
Containing unique and stone cold classics such as Don't You Want My Love, Wednesday Night People and The
Thief That Stole My Bad Days. Forevenevermore is perhaps Kenny's most soulful full length and the sheer emotive
nature of these tracks and their relatively down-tempo beats make this album more of a reflective listening
experience on par with sentimental albums such as Marvin Gaye's Let's Get It On and Stevie Wonder's Talking
Book than traditional house music.
Parekh & Singh - Science City
Charlene Soraia - Where's My Tribe
Dan Curtin - The Silicon Dawn
Chris Brann - Deep Fall
Chris Brann
Deep Fall
2LP | 1997 | UK | Reissue (Peacefrog)
27,99 €*
Release:1997 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Growing up in Atlanta, Chris Brann discovered house and electronic music by the somewhat longwinded way of getting sent tapes from Europe. He began assembling a home studio but it wasn't until
1994 that he began his music career in earnest and formed Wamdue Kids with DJs Deep C, and Udoh.
In 1995 they released the classic Higher on the Acacia label, which led to the Wamdue Kids signing to
Peacefrog and the release of their seminal debut album These Branching Moments. Following the success
of this the next year Chris released his first solo album Deep Fall, reflecting a different direction to that of
his productions with Wamdue.
Deep Fall originally released in 1997 is delicious collection of deep tech-house. Stand outs are the aptly
named title track with beautiful synth washes and a single mournful modulated violin at its centre and the
emotional Journey To The Centre which if it doesn't move you then nothing will.
Stasis - Fromtheoldtothenew
2LP | 1996 | UK | Reissue (Peacefrog)
27,99 €*
Release:1996 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Fromtheoldtothenew was originally released in 1996 and is the second full length on Peacefrog from Steve
'Stasis' Pickton.
Growing up as a teenager in East London, break-dancing and writing graffiti with B12's Mike Golding, Steve
Pickton's musical education moved along a familiar path, from hip-hop to Electro and onto Techno. Schooling
himself in music theory and purchasing a sampler Pickton set about making his own music.
Releasing on a whose who of seminal UK electronic labels including A.R.T., Likemind, Otherworld and B12 under
various pseudinums Pickton's UK take on lush Detroit melodies fused techno, funk, hip-hop, dub, blues and jazz
into a dense concoction all of his own making.
Fromtheoldtothenew saw Pickton slip off his earlier techno shackles and head for uncharted electrconic waters.
The echo chamber dramatics of Gun and wayward lurch of Ale House Blues were a long way from Detroit, while
few tracks have demonstrated the sheer breadth of electronica more dramatically than Utopia Planetia. All in all it's
more jazz, less tech without losing the soul
Paul Johnson - Bump Talkin'
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