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Moodymann - Shoes Of Jae (Bangin' Edit) download mp3 album

Moodymann - Shoes Of Jae (Bangin' Edit) download mp3 album
Performer:
Album:
Shoes Of Jae (Bangin' Edit)
Style:
House
Released:
2005
Country:
US
FLAC vers. size:
1424 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1373 mb
WMA vers. size:
1628 mb
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Rating:
4.1 ★
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199

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All the charm and momentum gets banged out of the original without even the slightest sense for dramaturgy here. As if that wouldn't already destroy the track enough, the additional 808 bassdrums added on top after four minutes perfectly conclude the damage done.

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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.

on May 11, 2010 by deadsell. Moodymann - Shade of Jae Dank (Green Velvet remix). on Feb 02, 2011 by The Furies.

Tracklist

A Shoes Of Jae (Bangin' Edit)

Notes

Bootleg remix of "Shades of Jae".

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KDJ 21-A, KDJ 21-B Moodymann Shades Of Jae ‎(12") KDJ, KDJ KDJ 21-A, KDJ 21-B US 1999
KDJ 21-A, KDJ-9B Moodymann Shades Of Jae ‎(12") KDJ, KDJ KDJ 21-A, KDJ-9B US 1999
Moody 001 Moodyman* Shades Of Jae Part 1 ‎(12", Unofficial) Not On Label (Moodymann) Moody 001 2004
SHOES001LTD Moodymann Shoes Of Jae ‎(12", Unofficial, Cle) Shoes SHOES001LTD US 2013
SHOES 001002 Moodymann / Amerie Moodymann / Amerie - Shoes Of Jae / One Bossa ‎(12", Unofficial) Shoes SHOES 001002 US 2006


  • GoodBuyMyFriends
A "Bangin Edit" indeed. All the charm and momentum gets banged out of the original without even the slightest sense for dramaturgy here. As if that wouldn't already destroy the track enough, the additional 808 bassdrums added on top after four minutes perfectly conclude the damage done.That's because "Shades Of Jae" is not just about the bangin' - it's also about the yearning! And without the yearning, the bangin' isn't any fun either.Yes, the original "Shades Of Jae" playfully builds around the moments when the bassdrum kicks in. However, it's not the presence of the bassdrum itself which sets the dancefloor on fire.It's the moment when it kicks back in, in context with the whole build-up before, with the constant change of the mix throughout the track, with that relentless "stop-and-go" groove permanently surprising the dancer into complete submission. The male vocal (which, interestingly, the clumsy edit mostly omits) subtly supports the frenzy the original track creates on the dancefloor: "You know I love you ... and I missed you, baby ... when you left ... and I yearned all week, baby ... for you to come home!" Funny enough, these longing words of love might also mirror the feelings of the people on the dancefloor yearning for the beat to come back.But there's definitely more to it than just a bassdrum.Go for the original!
  • Risa
Spot on my friend. The edit is a waste of vinyl - just because you CAN edit it, doesn't mean that you SHOULD.