Fatima Yamaha ‎– A Girl Between Two Worlds EP

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D1 Recordings ‎– DONE031
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Vinyl, 12", EP
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Tracklist

A1 At The Foot Of Mt. Arrarat
A2 Sushi And Baklava
B1 Between Worlds
B2 What's A Girl To Do

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Published By Sony/ATV Music Publishing The Netherlands.

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MAG062 Fatima Yamaha A Girl Between Two Worlds(7xFile, MP3, EP, 320) Magnetron Music MAG062 Netherlands 2015
DONE061 Fatima Yamaha Fatima Yamaha EP(7xFile, MP3, EP, 320) D1 Recordings DONE061 Ireland 2012

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irm710

irm710

January 22, 2017
not saying i don't love my Dekmantel copy, but I'd love to see a separate release of the A side on a 12" someday..
ck

ck

May 29, 2014
samples are from "Lost In Translation"
stimulant

stimulant

April 13, 2014
Kassem Mosse played this timeless gem in Boiler Room at Sounds of the Universe last year. I came home and was shocked because it was still in stock at D1 Recordings, but unfortunately was skint at that time and a couple of months later definitely sold out. What a pity. So yes, REPRESS it at least in limited amount, please. Thanks.
homer78_321

homer78_321

March 29, 2014
edited over 3 years ago

This it `whats a girl to do`...underrated for years-now its time to keep it rare-one of the most ingenious tracks ever... a timeless masterpiece :-*
DONT repress this !!
restless

restless

June 10, 2013
edited over 3 years ago

Super nice electro-ish EP in a post-Other People Place vein, but a little more round and 'girly'.
Dynamics, textures, everything is in the right place for a bit of electro dancing with the extra funkyness to avoid a rigid 'purist vibe'.
Then "What's A Girl To Do" flys above the rest, a pure moment of electronic grace equalling The Other People Place's "Sunrays" in emotion and groovy tension. The girl's spoken voice break with pads around 4:00 is pure heartbreak and sends the tune in a parallel world, not so distant from No-Man's "Days In The Trees - Reich", for those who know...