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Moodymann - Black Mahogani II Album

Moodymann - Black Mahogani II Album
Future Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
  • Performer:
  • Title:
    Black Mahogani II
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Future Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
  • Release date:
    27 Sep 2004
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  • Size FLAC version
    1419 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1751 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1235 mb
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  • Record from:
    Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Mini-Album


1When She Follows (Original 18 Minute Version)18:00
2When She (Reprise)4:11
3Dirty Little Bonus Beats3:24


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
IMFYL047, PFG057CDMoodymann Black Mahogani II ‎(CD, MiniAlbum)Music 4 Your Legs, Peacefrog RecordsIMFYL047, PFG057CDJapan2012
PFG057Moodymann Black Mahogani II ‎(12", MiniAlbum, W/Lbl)Peacefrog RecordsPFG057UK2004
PFG057CDMoodymann Black Mahogani II ‎(CD, MiniAlbum)Peacefrog RecordsPFG057CDUK2004
PFG057CDMoodymann Black Mahogani II ‎(CD, MiniAlbum, RE)Peacefrog RecordsPFG057CDUK2015


From the Pitch Black City Collection, licenced exclusively from Mahogani Music.


Skunk Black
i really cant get tired of this record. i have it like forever and is good every time. respect kdj.
I wonder, how this album has been written? Is it live recording? Does it play band?
Anybody know the credits/players on this?
took this a long time to grow on me, at first i was indifferent, expecting more of the same from the black mahogani release, but it sure has grown on me. this has turned out to be the one kdj album that frequents my rotation around the house most. only complaint is that it is all to brief.
Majestic jazz cuts from Kenny Dixon Jr's jazz sessions. The centrepiece of this incredible album is the eighteen minute deep jazz of 'When She Follows'. Chopped live drum rolls, looping acoustic bass, electric piano stabs and distant saxophone all wrapped up in the soulful vocal that drifts ever onwards like some epic detroit techno cut replayed by Gil Scott Heron's band in 1970. 'Rectify' follows in a similar method, pure jazz in a detroit techno framework. The final two tracks 'Dirty Little Bonus Beats' and 'When She (Reprise)' are revisions of the main cuts, the former alters the bassline, adds female vocal sighs and more rhythmic drum grooves, while the latter shifts up the tempo and develops a wigged out techno synth element. All tracks are essential making making this a must for any Moodymann follower.
Slowly writer
I wonder, how this album has been written? Is it live recording? Does it play band?