» » Moodymann - Mahogany Brown

Moodymann - Mahogany Brown FLAC album

Moodymann - Mahogany Brown FLAC album
Title:
Mahogany Brown
Performer:
Style:
Gospel, Deep House, Disco
Released:
Country:
FLAC album size:
1346 mb
Other formats:
DTS FLAC DMF AIFF RA ADX TTA
Genre:
Rating:
4.6 ✪
Moodymann - Mahogany Brown FLAC album

Tracklist

Radio 7:07
Sunshine 5:43
On The Run 7:35
M.E.A.N.D.N.J.B 3:57
Mahogany Brown 5:30
Me And My Peoples Eyes 7:03
Stoneodenjoe 4:40
Joy PT. III 6:12
Black Sunday 10:46

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PF074 Moodymann Mahogany Brown ‎(2xLP, Album) Peacefrog Records PF074 UK 1998
PF074 Moodymann Mahogany Brown ‎(2xLP, Album, TP) Peacefrog Records PF074 UK 1998
PF074 Moodymann Mahogany Brown ‎(CD, Album) Peacefrog Records PF074 UK 1998
TFCK-87810 Moodymann Mahogany Brown ‎(CD, Album) Toy's Factory TFCK-87810 Japan 2000
PF074CDJP Moodymann Mahogany Brown ‎(CD, Album) Peacefrog Records PF074CDJP Japan 2009
PF074XX Moodymann Mahogany Brown ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Bro) Peacefrog Records PF074XX UK 2011
PF074 Moodymann Mahogany Brown ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, RP) Peacefrog Records PF074 UK 2017
PF074 Moodymann Mahogany Brown ‎(CD, Album, RP) Peacefrog Records PF074 UK Unknown


Reviews:
  • Rit
Nothing wrong with the sound quality on my album. One guy working at Clone told me they listened to the original and repress, according to him the sound quality was identical.
  • Ylal
Imo, the sound is pretty good on this reissue. I do not have the original release but I own the original Peacefrog's pressing of Black Mahogany and I compared with it. There is no notables differences between the two pressings. Of course, it doesn't sounds like a maxi but for a LP, it's a very descent sound quality. For information, my system consists in two MK2, a Rane Empath mixer, a Luxman amplifier and two Yamaha speakers.
  • Twentyfirstfinger
Solid reissue of this deep house classic. Great pressing with good sound quality. Well done Peacefrog!
  • Goldendragon
Indeed, the sound quality of the original release is better
  • Gietadia
I'm not too fond of the sound quality of this release. Low output, and really undefined high-end. Don't have the original to compare with, though.
  • Arakus
same man... i have to put the gain really up..
  • Quamar
I have this on pre-order as my old copy is looking a bit well used, and still not received it.. but saw it in a shop today & the cover looks pretty poor quality compared to the original pressing :-(
  • LONUDOG
Re-issue today at Juno! Don't sleep, on this album. Go!
  • Timberahue
Anyone out there received their copy from Rough Trade yet?
  • Tenius
Repress now put back to the 10th March on Juno...
  • Otrytrerl
I don´t really understand... already 35 pounds the repress?? wtf
  • Iaiastta
Good pressing! No clicks, pops or noise on my copy. Comes in black standard innersleeves. Artwork on cover sleeve looks poor, too dark, like a bad photocopy. "Mahogany Brown" on front is barely noticeable. But that's just for detail lovers..sound is great, that counts!
  • Bundis
Does this mean Forevernevermore and Black Mahogani will be repressed again soon too?!This would make my year and it's only January!
  • Paster
they both need a repress, so much more than this one, which peacefrog already repressed on coloured vinyl and a pvc sleeve - proving (as if needed) that they no longer know, or care, about records. amazing label in its day - no doubt sold on and unrecognisable. progress?
  • Uaha
And you can already pre-order at rough trade https://www.roughtrade.com/music/mahogany-brown, yeah!
  • Sardleem
repress is coming !
  • ME
anyone have a tracklisting for "Radio"?
  • Domarivip
I assume that "N.J.B." in the track title of B1 stands for Norma Jean Bell. I guess that vocals and sax parts were both performed by her. However she does not seem to be credited on this album.
  • Yozshubei
How can it be a 20th anniversary when it was released in 1998 ???
  • Kabei
how old is peacefrog records?
  • Goltizuru
20th anniversary of Peacefrog - founded in 1991.
  • Keramar
.
  • Akinozuru
Thanks for clearing that up.
  • Delari
It refers to the 20th anniversary of Peacefrog Records. There have been several reissues from throughout their 20 years.
  • Xava
An album of true proportions, this is a must have for any and all collectors and lovers of house music, raw and dirty. This is a no holds barred double pask of bliss. The key tracks are Joy and Mahogany brown....deep and fully jazz infused, the inspirations and influences of KDJ spew out of these recordings, he is truly a genious at sampling and formulating the most explosive and impressive tunes today, look out!! KDJ is quickly gaining ground as the worlds leading creative and boundry pushing artists of all time..get this!!!!PABLOSLIMS
  • Dog_Uoll
something of a proper album. in that most of these tracks don't really appear anywhere else except for the title track, which is completely reworked into a much more simple straight forward get down filter jam. Much of the rest of this album is filter happy as well. A dj toolbox album I think. Black Sunday is a great excuse for turntable wankery and wishing you were a bad ass with three turntables. Not as slackjawed chills down back as some of his other material but equally as devestating when left in the right hands.
  • porosh
Gosh. Fourteen years after this review was written. i've always thought of this version of Black Sunday as a dj toolbox cut. Something to use in the middle of getting from one place and going to another in your session when you can find that space where it feels right. It can segue different moods, or elevate the one you already have, or venture off into some other depths yet uncharted because of how it fades back in the end to the bring back the house bit. KDJ, never one to turn away from being a hot mess of sin and redemption. The dichotomy of the black gospel church at the service of a euro disco drum loop and the dancefloor becomes a message track for the journey dj and it is definitely calling for something, and the next cut or few cuts down. That dj better have an answer to what it wanted. From my perspective as a disc jockey who has tried to work with it. You definitely gotta have some programming skills, and a playfully empathic ear to use this one for maximum devastation.
  • Doukree
what do you mean by your comments on Black Sunday? I'd like to hear more