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5.0 out of 5 stars Joy unto the Detroit Creator
The other review this album has received seems very mis-informed so I'd recommend you ignore it.
This is Moodymann's first album, 3 years previous to his Planet E released second album, 'Untitled'. The soul/gospel influences are much more apparent, with some tracks featuring deeply churchy, gospel loops. Containing collaborations with Miss Norma Jean Bell and a vocal...
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2.0 out of 5 stars annoying but great in parts
sums it up really- there is some real head-pecking stuff on here but some musical brilliance too. for me his first album is better- i really have to be in the right mood to listen to this all the way through in one listen. i'd recommend buying his singles instead.
Published on 21 Oct 2003 by M. Mayer


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5.0 out of 5 stars Joy unto the Detroit Creator, 13 Mar 2005
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This review is from: Mahogany Brown (Audio CD)
The other review this album has received seems very mis-informed so I'd recommend you ignore it.
This is Moodymann's first album, 3 years previous to his Planet E released second album, 'Untitled'. The soul/gospel influences are much more apparent, with some tracks featuring deeply churchy, gospel loops. Containing collaborations with Miss Norma Jean Bell and a vocal offering from Taj there is no room for disappointment. As with all of Kenny's early output, this is a solid, deep piece of detroit house. Much more cohesive than his more recent albums that seem to have gone down the road of 'grabbin the money', placing rare bygone single releases with filler tracks.
Do yourself a favour and own this. Where 'Untitled' was full of 1am floor fillers, this is full of 6am Sunday morning 'Dance if you want to...' sounds.
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5.0 out of 5 stars High Quality, 12 July 2001
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This review is from: Mahogany Brown [VINYL] (Vinyl)
Praise the Lord ! This album exudes quality. In keeping with his earlier stuff, this album seems like the next logical step in the evolution of Moodyman's journey into our hearts. Deep, soulful and even moving at times, Mahogy Brown kicks off with, what could be described as someone searching through a load of Radio channels and then proceeds into Detriot tech/house - so deep at times, you'll probably have to stop what you are doing and just let it wash over you. An example to us all, and a must for anyone who thinks they like music (of any kind).
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2.0 out of 5 stars annoying but great in parts, 21 Oct 2003
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sums it up really- there is some real head-pecking stuff on here but some musical brilliance too. for me his first album is better- i really have to be in the right mood to listen to this all the way through in one listen. i'd recommend buying his singles instead.
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