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Moodymann - Black Mahogani mp3 album Performer: Moodymann
Title: Black Mahogani
Style: Deep House
Date of release: 2004
Country: UK
Size MP3: 1956 mb
Size FLAC: 1983 mb
Rating: 4.8
Format: AHX AC3 WAV TTA MP4 AHX XM

BLACK MAHOGANI by Moodymann, released 01 April 2004 1. Holiday 2. Roberta Jean Machine 3. I Need You So Much 4. Runaway 5. I'm Doing Fine 6. Shades Of Jae 7. Riley's Song 8. Back At Bakers (On Livernois) 9. Mahogani 9000 10. Black Mahogani Conolia Publishing. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.

BLACK MAHOGANI sees Moodymann continue his fearless output of deep, unabashedly African-American house. Runaway (with it’s related intro I Need You So Much ) is so earnest and deep that it doesn’t matter where you’re going; it’s the journey that counts. And that journey continues into I’m Doing Fine. There’s a change of mood on Back at Bakers (on Livernois) - the funk takes on a blaxploitation spy groove.

Tracklist: 1. Holiday, 2. Roberta Jean Machine, 3. I Need You So Much, 4. Runaway, 5. I’m Doing Fine, 6. Shades Of Jae, 7. Riley’s Song, 8. Back At Bakers (On Livernois), 9. Mahogani 9000, 10. Black Mahogani. 8. Back At Bakers (On Livernois). More albums from Moodymann: Anotha Black Sunday by Moodymann.

Kenny Dixon J. better known by his stage name Moodymann, is an American musician based in Detroit, Michigan. He is the owner of the record labels Mahogani Music and KDJ Records. He is a member of 3 Chairs. In 1997, Moodymann released his debut album, Silentintroduction, on Planet E Communications. It compiled the previously released tracks from his own KDJ Records. He released Mahogany Brown in 1998, Forevernevermore in 2000, and Silence in the Secret Garden in 2003.

Listen free to Moodymann – Black Mahogani (Holiday (Live), Roberta Jean Machine (feat. Norma Jean Bell & Roberta Sweed) and more). 10 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Overview (current section).

LP (12" album, 33 rpm), Import, Box Set. Moodymann Format: Vinyl. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample).

Tracklist

Holiday 3:38
Roberta Jean Machine 3:09
I Need You So Much 2:41
Runaway 11:48
I'm Doing Fine 9:16
Shades Of Jae 6:55
Riley's Song 3:53
Back At Bakers (On Livernois) 2:56
Mahogani 9000 7:58
Black Mahogani 8:28

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PFG050CD Moodymann Black Mahogani ‎(CD, Album) Peacefrog Records PFG050CD UK 2004
PFG050LP Moodymann Black Mahogani ‎(3x12", Album) Peacefrog Records PFG050LP UK 2004
PFG050LP Moodymann Black Mahogani ‎(3x12", Album, W/Lbl) Peacefrog Records PFG050LP UK 2004
PFG050CD, PFG050CDJ, HSE-50007 Moodymann Black Mahogani ‎(CD, Album) Peacefrog Records, Hostess Entertainment Unlimited, Hostess Entertainment Unlimited PFG050CD, PFG050CDJ, HSE-50007 Japan 2004
PFG050CD Moodymann Black Mahogani ‎(CD, Album) Peacefrog Records PFG050CD UK & Europe 2004
PFG050CD Moodymann Black Mahogani ‎(CD, Album, RE) Peacefrog Records PFG050CD UK 2004
PFG050XX Moodymann Black Mahogani ‎(3xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, Cle) Peacefrog Records PFG050XX UK 2013


User reviews
Cerana
hope in a repress... c'mon peacefrog crew! yes yes yes
Ffleg
Can anyone confirm if peace frog will repress this like the others?
Naril
The clear vinyl reissue sounds mint and the extra untitled track at the end is a bonus! The best vinyl purchase I have ever made by far
MARK BEN FORD
I think that dialogues are used Superfly movie
Broadraven
There were a few mint copies of this bad boy to be had at the Mahogani booth at Chairvari in Detroit this past weekend.
Cordann
sonofabitch! I hope you grabbed one
Siramath
I don't think this album is as good as Silence in the Secret Garden, but Runaway is clearly the standout on this one. I can listen to it on repeat for a long time...
Wire
11 years deep this sounds as fresh as if it was released yesterday. I imagine 11 years from now it will sound just as good, if not better. totally worth every penny
Vetalol
Found my copy again after long time absence. Fantastic album this is indeed.
Goltikree
worth the money. greatest house record of all time imo...
Thetahuginn
What a cut used in "I'm Doing Fine" ?thanks
Kare
Syl Johnson - it's because I'm black ;)
Landarn
Dope, dope, dope.... Kenny is a Genius!
Breder
Mark, you are so right!
Avarm
If you want to hang out with Kenny for a bit, forget flying out to Detroit. Just get ahold of this album and you'll be sitting right there with him in his living room. This is not a collection of tracks that someone made for the sake of furthering their DJ career or making it big. This a RECORD. A true heartfelt record in every sense of the word. The aesthetics of this album will put you in a velvet easy chair, window open, letting the breeze and sunset come through while dust and smoke drift in the glare. The tracks blend from one to the next without any sense of urgency. Its a free-for-all backyard barbeque block party and you are invited. Absolutely amazing and timeless piece of creativity.
Akir
Kenny Dixon Jr. mostly comes up with quality music anyway on his releases, but alongside "Silence In The Secret Garden", "Black Mahogani" is THE Mooodyman album for me. "Shades Of Jae" is one of those typical "stop-and-go" burners as only the Moodymann can do them. Keeps on building and building but never completely releases the tension, teasing those folks on the dancefloor yearning for the bassdrum to kick in again. "Runaway" is epic and soulful; any other producer would have made three different tracks out of this one, but the Moodyman keeps them together and makes them a part of the fabulous journey this album is. A pleasure to listen to in one go, the tracks are thoughtfully connected. Blaxploitation Funk, sweet Soul music, raunchy playful Jazz, atmospheric Ambient interludes - it's all here. If you only buy one Deep House album in your entire life, make sure it's this one.
Halloween
I sold mine. And it hurts until this day. ...and I yearn all weeks for you to came back, oooh baby...
Rainbearer
BLACK MAHOGANI sees Moodymann continue his fearless output of deep, unabashedly African-American house. In particular, he emphasizes vocals here: on “Roberta Jean Machine,” he blends a looped vocal pattern over a blissful string sample, which is then reflected in the horn line. “Runaway” (with it’s related intro “I Need You So Much”) is so earnest and deep that it doesn’t matter where you’re going; it’s the journey that counts. And that journey continues into “I’m Doing Fine.” There’s a change of mood on “Back at Bakers (on Livernois)” -- the funk takes on a blaxploitation spy groove. “Mahogani 9000” and “Black Mahogani” set us back in more familiar, jazzy territory, with soul to spare.
Nalmergas
When i first came across what is considered to be deep house, I wasn't all that impressed. It wasn't until I came across kdj's and charles webster's labels did I discover what house was right for me. The soul, Rhodes, roots... just the complete ambiance of these consistently perfect releases is astounding. Many of the quality issues I own take me back to the days of my parents playing Stevie Wonder, and the warm emotions that would inspire. A wholeness. The music presented by the afore mentioned artists and labels is about community and the splendor that shall arise. While the essence of Forevernevermore is present in Black Mahagoni, Black takes the cake. While Black Mahagoni isn't by any means an album to throw down at a party, it transcends Forevernever in aesthetics, spirituality, and is mixed appropriately so as to make it perfectly logical as a tale. I have yet to hear anything I dislike on kdj'd productions, but this is a must by all means for any lover of 'ambient deep house'