Kruder Dorfmeister* ‎– The K&D Sessions™

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Studio !K7 ‎– !K7073LP, G-Stone Recordings ‎– !K7073LP
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4 × Vinyl, LP, Partially Mixed, Compilation
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A1 Roni Size / Reprazent Heroes (Kruder's Long Loose Bossa)
Producer, Written-By – R. Size*
A2 Alex Reece Jazz Master (K&D Session™)
Producer, Written-By – Alex Reece
B1 Bomb The Bass Bug Powder Dust (K&D Session™)
Producer – T. Simenon*Rap [Featuring] – Justin WarfieldWritten-By – J. Warfield*, T. Simenon*
B2 Lamb Trans Fatty Acid (K&D Session™)
Producer – A. Staton*Written-By – A. Barlow*, L. Rhodes*
C1 Count Basic Speechless (Drum 'N' Bass)
Producer – W. Wunder*Written-By – P. Kruder*, P. Legat*
C2 Rockers Hi-Fi Going Under (Main Version) (K&D Session™)
Producer, Written-By – Bush*, Plummer*, Whittingham*
D1 Depeche Mode Useless (K&D Session™)
Producer – Tim SimenonWritten-By – Martin L. Gore
D2 Count Basic Gotta Jazz (Richard Dorfmeister Remix)
Producer – P. Legat*, W. Wunder*Written-By – P. Legat*, R. Dorfmeister*
E Trüby Trio Donaueschingen (Peter Kruder's Donaudampfschifffahrtsgesellschaftskapitänskajütenremix)
Producer, Written-By – C. Prommer*, P. Kruder*, R. Trüby*, R. W. Appel*
F1 Aphrodelics Rollin' On Chrome (Wild Motherfucker Dub)
Producer, Written-By – Ogunleye*, Kölblinger*, Ongeri*, Dorfmeister*, Hunter*
F2 Knowtoryus The Revenge Of The Bomberclaad (K&D Session™)
Producer, Written-By – J. Krause*, M. Reinboth*
G1 David Holmes Gone (K&D Session™)
Producer, Written-By – David HolmesVocals – Sarah Cracknell
G2 Sofa Surfers Sofa Rockers (Richard Dorfmeister Remix)
Producer, Written-By – Sofa Surfers
G3 Mama Oliver Eastwest (Stoned Together)
Producer, Written-By – Weber*, Kühlwein*
G4 Bomb The Bass Bug Powder Dust (Dub)
Producer – T. Simenon*Rap [Featuring] – Justin WarfieldWritten-By – J. Warfield*, T. Simenon*
G5 Kruder & Dorfmeister Boogie Woogie
Producer, Written-By – Kruder & Dorfmeister
H1 Sin Where Shall I Turn? (K&D Session™ Vol. 2)
Producer, Written-By – Orel*, Hansel (2), Dorfmeister*
H2 Bone Thugs-N-Harmony 1st Of Tha Month (K&D Session™)
Producer – DJ U-NeekProducer, Written-By – Bone*, DJ U, Neek*, M. Powell*
H3 Kruder & Dorfmeister Lexicon
Producer, Written-By – Kruder & Dorfmeister
H4 Knowtoryus Bomberclaad Joint (K&D Session™)
Producer, Written-By – J. Krause*, M. Reinboth*
H5 Rockers Hi-Fi Going Under (Evil Love And Insanity Dub)
Producer, Written-By – Bush*, Plummer*, Whittingham*
H6 Strange Cargo Million Town (K&D Session™)
Producer, Written-By – William Orbit

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Notes

"Made in France"

The sleeve and label both omit Knowtoryus - "Bomberclaad Joint (K&D Session™)", incorrectly listing five tracks on side H instead of six, and the alternate version exclusive to the vinyl is mislabeled.

G and H-sides are DJ mixed together.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 30003 70731 5
  • Barcode (String): 730003707315
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Variant 1): K+D A1 MPO K7 073 Cut by Pole D+M
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etching, Variant 2): K7 073 LP - A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Variant 1): A2 MPO K7 073 P at D+M
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etching, Variant 2): K7 073 LP - B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C, Variant 1): K+D MPO K7 073 C1 Cut by Pole D+M
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Etching, Variant 2): ∞ K7 073 LP - C ∞
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D, Variant 1): K+D D1 MPO K7 073 Cut by Pole D+M
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Etching, Variant 2): K7 073 LP - D
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E, Variant 1): E2 MPO K7 073 P at D+M
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E Etching, Variant 2): K7 073 LP - E
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F, Variant 1): F2 MPO K7073 P at D+M
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F Etching, Variant 2): K7 073 LP - F
  • Matrix / Runout (Side G, Variant 1): K+D G1 MPO K7073 Cut by Pole D+M
  • Matrix / Runout (Side G Etching, Variant 2): K7 073 LP - G
  • Matrix / Runout (Side H, Variant 1): K+D H1 MPO K7 073 Cut by Pole D+M
  • Matrix / Runout (Side H Etching, Variant 2): K7 073 LP - H
  • Label Code: LC 4281
  • Label Code: LC 7306

Other Versions (5 of 13) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
!K7073CD Kruder Dorfmeister* The K&D Sessions™(2xCD, Comp, Mixed, Dig) Stud!o K7, G-Stone Recordings !K7073CD Germany 1998 Sell This Version
!K7073CD Kruder Dorfmeister* The K&D Sessions™(2xCD, Comp, Mixed, Jew) Studio !K7 !K7073CD Germany 1998 Sell This Version
K7 073 LP Kruder Dorfmeister* The K&D Sessions™(4xLP, Comp, P/Mixed, Unofficial) Studio !K7 (2) K7 073 LP 2011 Sell This Version
none Kruder Dorfmeister* The K&D Preview Sessions™(CD, Comp, Mixed, Promo, Ltd) Studio !K7 none Germany 1998 Sell This Version
!K7073CD Kruder Dorfmeister* The K&D Sessions™(2xCD, Comp, Mixed, Dig) Studio !K7, G-Stone Recordings !K7073CD Europe Unknown Sell This Version

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rosco81

rosco81

April 16, 2015
Got a heads up on a repress imminent from Bleep.... watch this space!
Beatkutter

Beatkutter

February 2, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
A magnificent collection of remixes! Say no more! Kruder and Dorfmeister are the kings of downtempo and dub!
djul

djul

September 18, 2014
Does any one ever seen a mispressed version of this release? Mine has a second time Bomb The Bass - Bug Powder Dust instead of Count Basic - Speechless (Drum 'N' Bass)....
doubledrop2

doubledrop2

November 21, 2012
edited over 4 years ago
Incredible production and mixing. Not to be missed by any downtempo or dub fans.
JUSTGROOVES

JUSTGROOVES

November 19, 2012
K7 073 LP (Unofficial Release) 2011
!K7073LP - Studio !K7 1998 (this is the one to buy, not the other)
They have different numbers on them, please do not get ripped off!
JUSTGROOVES

JUSTGROOVES

November 18, 2012
Why are people giving a BOOTLEG Alert on this?!? This is the original 1998 press by G-Stone! There is another listing for the 'crude, fake, bootleg'.

This is my favourite Album of all time. Hands Down!
loxxwood

loxxwood

May 8, 2012
edited over 4 years ago
BOOTLEG ALERT!

I recently purchased this album at what I thought was a too good to be true price from the US.
It arrived and looked all so nice and great condition almost unplayed as stated.
But as my suspition about the price pondered I took out my origional copy which I have had for years and `voila` you can see the difference straight away.

The major differences folks are first the cover is not the same colour as the origional which is a has more blueish tones.Also the writing on the origional is slightly indentated and on the bootleg the writing is flat.
Also you will notice the G-stoned label `g` is not present in the top right hand corner.
The origional cover also has a shinny glaze on the card but the bootleg is not as heavy and dull looking.

The actual vinyls first you will notice on the middle near the hole the origional has 2 concentric circles but the bootleg does not.The label quality of the bootleg is also not as good and in parts is slightly cracked and bubbly in places.It takes more effort to squeeze the record on the spidle as the hole is not cut so well.
The printing looks almost identical.
The actual pressing seems good quality and I cannot distinguish much sound difference to the naked ear when played side by side.
The bootleg though has quite a large lip on the outer rim and the vinyl is definately lighter and not as good quality.
Also in the run out grooves the origional has `cut by pole` etched inside but on the bootleg only the catalogue number is present.

I have seen loads of these go up for sale recently from the US so chances are like me if you bought a copy in the last 3 or 4 weeks you have bought a bootleg.
Quite a good scam when you can see how many people want this album and how much it normaly sells for plus I am sure copies have been going out through e-bay also.

If you have bought one of theese I would take it up with the seller straight away and make the paypal dispute and claim your money back like I have.
My seller would not refund me hence me letting the cat out of the bag here.
The sellers I am sure are aware they are passing off fakes as origionals so this is criminal.
They are also destroying the artists hard work to make one of the most definitive albums of this era so they should be stopped in their tracks.

Got to watch out as I am sure some people have bought it cheap and are maybe not aware they bought a boot and are going to try and sell it on for a higher price so be careful and ask sellers for confirmation they have an origional first.

I have emailed g-stone and they no nothing about any represses so this is for sure.
Peace out!
SILWORLD

SILWORLD

November 1, 2010

Much derised genre, downtempo, chill-out, leftfield, was saved by these duo. What brilliant skills and fresh breeze they brought to the genre mastered by the Bristol movement. For me these two guys were the Todd Terje of the late 2000s. Pure masterclass and setting the standards that many many wannabes never got to reach. These collection should be in anybody's selection of timeless music. There is not let down. No fillers, all killers. MUST HAVE
EPOCHALYPSE

EPOCHALYPSE

March 25, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

Probably one of the best albums of all time. An amazing collection of remixes from Peter Kruder & Richard Dorfmeister of Vienna. The production on these is incredible, the creations original. This sound has been bitten by every downtempo artist since 1998, but has never been done so well. The original downtempo dub. Respekt.