John Beltran ‎– Moving Through Here

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Apollo ‎– AMB 7947 CD
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1 White Sand
Vocals – Meggan Lyon
5:08
2 The Antidote
Drum Programming – Mark Wilson (2)Saxophone – Amel Eiland
5:12
3 Waxfruit 4:09
4 Place Where The Sun Beats 6:13
5 Possibly Love
Written-By – Marco Beltran (2)
5:32
6 Amaneser (Daybreak)
Guitar – Dennis Bach
3:57
7 Alone Again
Written-By, Mixed By, Programmed By – Jaylun Harrell
4:09
8 Celestial Interlude 1:37
9 Eden
Guitar – Dennis BachLyrics By, Vocals – Meggan Lyon
6:09
10 Morning At The Window (I Was In Heaven) 5:26
11 Paris Is Burning
Vocals – Julia Mahoney
6:38
12 Sensual Healing
Saxophone – Paul Eric Ojibway
4:08
13 Outro 1:03
Bonus Track
14 Anna 7:14

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Made in Austria.

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  • Barcode: 5411659904727
  • Matrix / Runout: [DADC AUSTRIA logo] A0100227878-0101 11 A1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L551
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94A8
  • Rights Society: SABAM/BIEM

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scoundrel

scoundrel

March 18, 2004

<I>Moving Through Here</I> starts off, surprisingly, with a light drum ‘n’ bass number, “White Sand.” For those familiar with John Beltran as a proponent of Detroit techno, this may come as a shock. Imagine, then, at the surprises that await in the rest of the album. Jazzy motifs (like the saxophone in “The Antidote”) drift through, as does a penchant for more downtempo sounds. It’s obvious that Beltran is trying something new: an electric guitar lick -- horror! -- appears on “Amaneser (Daybreak).” “Possibly Love,” with its vocal loops and skittering percussion, harkens towards this change -- it just lacks that 4/4 kick drum. Vocalists also appear for the first time. A few tracks aren’t entirely thought-out -- they either end too soon or not soon enough -- but there’s still plenty here (like “Paris is Burning” and “Anna”) to make the listener happy.