Ada ‎– Meine Zarten Pfoten

Pampa Records ‎– PAMPACD005
CD, Album

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1 Faith
Remix, Producer [Additional] – AdaWritten-By – Jill Cunniff, Katherine A. Schellenbach*, Vivian E. Trimble*Written-By [Original By] – Luscious Jackson
2 On The Mend 4:32
3 Likely
Lyrics By – CoyokitaVocals – Ada, Coyokita
4 The Jazz Singer (Re-Imagined By Ada)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – AdaVocals – Marissa JohnsonWritten-By – Nick KrgovichWritten-By [Original By] – No Kids
5 Intro
Strings – Audision
6 At The Gate
Cymbal [Ride Cymbal] – Cosmic DJ
7 Interlude
Guitar [Reversed] – Cherry (29)
8 Happy Birthday 6:13
9a 2 Likely
Producer [Additional] – DJ KozeWritten-By, Producer – Ada, Coyokita, Frank Böhle
9b Keep Me In Mind
Remix, Producer [Additional] – AdaWritten-By – Fabrizio Moretti, Jordana Shapiro, Rodrigo Amarante de Castro Neves*Written-By [Original By] – Little Joy

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Released in a Digipak.

Produced at Studio 4711, Cologne.

Track 9b is a hidden track.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 673799 290527
  • Barcode (Scanned): 673799290527
  • Matrix / Runout: 54534627/PAMPACD005-P 2 1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB47
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0799
  • Label Code: LC 23252

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PAMPALP005 Ada Meine Zarten Pfoten(LP + 7" + Album) Pampa Records PAMPALP005 Germany 2011 Sell This Version
PAMPACD005 Ada Meine Zarten Pfoten(9xFile, MP3, Album, 256) Pampa Records PAMPACD005 Germany 2011
PAMPACD005-P Ada Meine Zarten Pfoten(CD, Promo) Pampa Records PAMPACD005-P Germany 2011 Sell This Version



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September 3, 2011

Ada returns for her second full-length, MEINE ZARTEN PFOTEN, kicking it off with another cover, this time of Luscious Jackson's "Faith." Ada turns it into a nearly ambient piece that retains the melancholy of the original, which then fits in nicely with the calm, floating "On the Mend." The big rhythms and techno flourishes of her releases on Areal don't make an appearance until "At the Gate" (you can hear the tension and excitement building in "Intro") so in the meantime, we're treated to the bucolic "Likely" with its happy or sad looped vocals, or the blippy "The Jazz Singer." I like that the album has these two faces to it: the calm and pretty, and driving and heavy. It seems Ada can do it all. "Happy Birthday" merges these two sides together, taking a synth-line similar to her hit on Kompakt, "Lovestoned," and setting it into a chirping background. You can also hear DJ Koze's hand in that track, with the carefully altered voices. The happy or sad vocals make a reappearance on "2 Likely," which situates them firmly in the 'sad' camp, and the hidden track (a cover of Little Joy's "Keep Me in Mind") is spry and bouncy. Excellent in so many ways.