Andrés ‎– II

Mahogani Music ‎– #24
Vinyl, LP

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A1 Backhome 0:39
A2 Physical Rush 1:25
A3 Change My Mind
Bass – Cal (3)Keyboards – Amp Dog Knight
A4 Step Pattern
Featuring – Vernon Hill*
A5 Sing About It
Featuring – KDJ*, Tracy Vox*
A6 Wish You Were Here
Featuring – DJ Minx
B1 That What It Is! 2:22
B2 Learn To Love
Featuring – Monica Blaire
B3 It's All In The Game 0:37
B4 Walk On Through 2:38
B5 Few Of Us 1:12

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Additional production for Mahogani Music
Published by Winnie Sharpe ASCAP
Distributed by KDJ Records.

Track durations and BPM are not provided on the record.
A1: 95 | A2: 89 | A3: 122 | A4: 96 | A5: 115 | A6: 93
B1: 97 | B2: 132-134 | B3: 94 | B4: 89-91 | B5: 98-100

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): MM 24 A Trutone NY Carl 11-08
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): MM 24 B Trutone NY Carl 11-08

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October 29, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
'Learn to Love' samples Cameo - Interlude (Serenity) off their 1983 Style LP. Great tune!


April 18, 2010
edited over 9 years ago
I don't mind contemporary artists sampling great tracks from the long as they do it well. 'Sing About It' is an ab-so-lu-te monster reworking of an old classic 70s Brazilian hit from Burnier & Cartier called 'Mirandolina'.


July 26, 2009

True there are some slamming beats on this joint. Particularly "Sing about it" with Tracey Vox and KDJ and "Learning to Love" with Monica Blaire. These tracks could be epic cuts for 2009 if they had been properly expanded and presented. On this so called "album" they are really just sketches, surrounded by snippets. This is my real problem with the work - the value is not there, especially at the boutique prices that Mahogani Music releases list for. Times are hard KDJ and Andres, give the people their money's worth. An album that clocks in under 20 minutes is not an album - so don't piss on my head and tell me its raining. 3 stars...


July 7, 2009

I just cannot stop listening to this LP, it is so fantastic.

With strong elements of soul, broken beat, hip hop and house this truly is the real deal. I do not have much knowledge of Andres or any of his other releases but going by this LP the man is an outstanding artist. I come across this through the Moodymann stuff and I am so glad to have done so.

Get this while you can because from my understanding the Mahogani label only press so many and this is not a record you want missing from your collection.