A Man Called Adam ‎– Duende

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1 Easter Song
Written-By – Parker*, Rodgers*, Jones*
7:30
2 Oaktown
Written-By – Rodgers*, Jones*
2:18
3 All My Favourite People (Stay With Me)
Written-By – Parker*, Rodgers*, Jones*
6:39
4 So You Say
Written-By – Rodgers*, Jones*
5:51
5 Automatic / Sexomatic
Written-By – Rodgers*, Jones*
5:44
6 It's Ovah
Written-By – Rodgers*, Jones*
2:11
7 ¿Que Tal America?
Written-By – Lou Depriyk*
4:48
8 Bite The Pillow
Written-By – Mello*, Rodgers*, Jones*, Dee*
3:59
9 Wouldn't She
Written-By – Parker*, Rodgers*, Jones*
8:05
10 Duende
Written-By – Rodgers*, Jones*
6:35
11 Estelle
Written-By – Parker*, Rodgers*, Jones*
6:29

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Recorded at Other, Gospel Oak, London.

Released in a white tray jewel case with 12 page booklet. Sticker on front cover "Includes Café Del Mar classics 'Easter Song' & 'Estelle' THECD111"

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  • Barcode: 5023376911126
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): MASTERED BY DOCDATA THECD111 :
  • Mastering SID Code (Mirrored): IFPI LA31
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 4B12
  • Other (Stamped in inner ring): π

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
302 060 207-2 A Man Called Adam Duende(CD, Album, RE) Water Music Records 302 060 207-2 US 2002 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

November 16, 2004
edited over 13 years ago

A classic of chill-out, A Man Called Adam’s DUENDE was one of the albums that helped kickstart the monster now known as Ibiza. But it’s a pleasure nonetheless. The opener, “Easter Song,” is one of the most pleasing songs (with a flute!) about resurrection ever put to wax; “Oaktown” follows with some slow, wiggly funk. “All My Favorite People (Stay With Me)” is a downtempo Scottish cri de coeur, while “So You Say” and “Wouldn’t She,” both unrequited love songs, carry the torch. A Man Called Adam displays range, too: the neo-mellow-disco of “Automatic/Sexomatic” and “Que Tal America?” show the big boys how it’s done; “Bite the Pillow” maintains the disco attitude, but with goofily fun vocals. “Duende” and “Estelle” end the album on a blissful note (with more flutes!). Though it may have spawned a monster, DUENDE still has the ability to transport you to a bucolic isle far, far away.