Andy Cato ‎– La Luna

Azuli Silver ‎– AZNY 228
Vinyl, 12"


A La Luna
B1 La Luna (Dub)
B2 La Luna (Beats)

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  • Barcode: 880157132287

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AZNY 228 Andy Cato La Luna(CDr, Promo) Azuli Silver AZNY 228 UK 2006 Sell This Version
AZNY 228 Andy Cato La Luna(CDr, Promo) Azuli Silver AZNY 228 UK 2006 Sell This Version
SD0153 Andy Cato La Luna(12", Single) Sound Division SD0153 Italy 2006 Sell This Version


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November 22, 2020
edited about 1 month ago

This track is great for providing a short break either between different genres or different sets while keeping the pace and providing a huge intro and outro to deal with as you please.

Around the time that this came out there was a review in one of the British DJ magazines (was it DJ Mag?) which relayed a short story about this from Andy directly: Allegedly he composed and arranged this track for the purpose of playing it in of the sets at an Ibiza residence for the specific moment when the sun was rising.
True or not I always like to think of the sun rising when this track is playing. I was once able to play this at an afterhour about the time of sunrise - sadly the location was underground so nobody got to witness the magic moment happening inside my head ;)


August 7, 2006
edited over 14 years ago
This track is really nice, it has some sort of 'walk' in it that just keeps on going. Something that I often missed in Groove Armada tracks.

Also, the track is pretty basic; a drum computer, some conga's and a synth (303?) that does all the work, at times supported by a piano.

A really very nice track overall, it could use an extended mix as far as I'm concerned.