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Moodymann - Technologystolemyvinyle



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Moodymann - Technologystolemyvinyle
(limited one-sided 12") KDJ KDJ35, 2007-04-12

Tracklisting :
A1. Technologystolemyvinyle

Credits :
Producer : J.A.N.*
Additional producer : The Godson**
* Jan stands for "Just Another Niggah", it's a pseudo for Kenny Dixon Jr., alias Moodymann
** alias Rick Wilhite

Links :
myspace.com/moodymann313

Info :
Very limited one-sided jazzy house release from Kenny Dixon Jr. horn stabs aplenty and enough drum breaks to play out at your local speak easy. (from Nuloop.com)
Brand new KDJ release from the enigmatic Moodymann! The first new KDJ release in ages does not disapoint either, its a killer jazz house bomb that could only be the Mooody one, this time with addityional production from The Godson. Its constantly breaking down and kicking back in but this track will not lose the attention of the dancefloor that couldnt care who is behind the track. Just feel those jazzy drum rolls, mmm, lovely! All KDJ releases become instant collectors items, and this release sold out its its first run in hours, so once they're gone youll be waiting months for a repress, so hanging about is not an option. (from FatCity.co.uk)
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