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Tracklist

The Little Children 5:26
Jimmy T 3:10
Crystal Ball 3:12
Fantasy For Ralph 3:40
The Dr & The Diamond 3:36
Big B Plus 3:22
For Land's Sake 2:55
The Shadow Knows 7:24
Loved Boy 3:09
Interview: David Axelrod

Versions (6)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MWR141CD David Axelrod David Axelrod(CD, Album, Enh, Dis) Mo Wax MWR141CD UK 2001 Sell This Version
MWR 141 LPX David Axelrod David Axelrod(2x12", Album, Ltd) Mo Wax MWR 141 LPX UK 2001 Sell This Version
EVERCD186 David Axelrod David Axelrod(CD, Album, Enh) Everlasting Records (2) EVERCD186 Spain 2001 Sell This Version
7243 8 10785 2 5 David Axelrod David Axelrod(CD, Album, Enh) Source 7243 8 10785 2 5 Europe 2001 Sell This Version
TFCK-87822 David Axelrod David Axelrod(CD, Album, Gat) Toy's Factory TFCK-87822 Japan 2001 Sell This Version
MWR 141 LP David Axelrod David Axelrod(LP, Album) Mo Wax MWR 141 LP UK 2001 Sell This Version

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Lovewood

Lovewood

January 24, 2017
referencing David Axelrod, 2x12", Album, Ltd, MWR 141 LPX
The gatefold vinyl version was available to buy in shops on initial release, so not particularly a special version for djs, it's not a promotional release.
scoundrel

scoundrel

November 8, 2004
edited over 13 years ago
referencing David Axelrod, CD, Album, Enh, Dis, MWR141CD

David Axelrod, funk pioneer, comes to Mo’Wax for this semi-retrospective (two new tracks bookend seven remastered tracks straight from acetate), and he proves that he’s still ahead of his time. The opening track, “The Little Children” combines strings, choir… and an MC for a mysterious dirge-like result. There’s the summer funk of “Jimmy T.” or the bright and shiny cacophony of “Crystal Ball.” These tracks have been carefully orchestrated, and the attention to sonic quality is evident: from the romantic piano chords and strings that lead into a clarinet whirlwind on “Fantasy for Ralph” to the rolling country-western-gospel feel of “For Land’s Sake.” The lonely trumpet at the start of “Loved Boy” heralds a profound and heartrending spiritual, reminiscent of Mahalia Jackson but with male vocals instead. A startling cap to a timeless album.