Moodymann - Silentintroduction
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1997 / Release Date
LP / Format
Deep House / Genres
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There are quite a few meandering and unnecessary moments on here - not just in a deep house sense, mind you! - but many of the moments on here are groovy as hell.
This is some solid dance music that was probably very influential but for me comparing this to the A.A.L from this doesn’t really compete.

Probably sacrilege to say that but house music isn’t my genre so I’m saying it.
Pretty poor
Kenny Dixon Jr aka Moodymann had pretty much nailed his 'deep house' sound right out the gate. His earliest releases in 1994 and 1995 as Kenny Dixon Jr feature a track or so each with a distinctive gospel-inflected soul-sample vibe ("Goes On..." from the "Moodymann" e.p. and "Don't You Want My Love" from the 'Emotional Content" single).

By 1996/1997, as Moodymann, he had released a series of singles and EPs which also added a much tougher, experimental ... read more
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Track List

  1. Misled
  2. I Can't Kick This Feeling When It Hits
  3. The Third Track
  4. Oceans
  5. Answer Machine
  6. M Traxx
  7. Music People
  8. Sunday Morning
  9. In Loving Memory
  10. Dem Young Sconies
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Added on: June 26, 2017