Vakula ‎– Bandura001

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Bandura ‎– Bandura001
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entwilight

entwilight

January 30, 2014
I don't see why this isn't more popular. I think these edits really take the tracks into outer space. Lovely stuff if you ask me. A side in particular.
RapidRacer

RapidRacer

January 26, 2014
edited over 5 years ago
B2 lazily takes me far beyond, maybe I have to look at the Moodymann material this is drawn from to see a clearer picture of how it was put together, but at face value this track rocks my soul.
riot

riot

June 27, 2013
So just a bunch of Vakula edits of Moodyman's sampling edits of old remakes and re-interpretations of older original artists? Yeah I can totally see a progress in electronic music, we are so far from the origin, it's all losing sense and feel and soul by each year's genre hype re-iteration.
bellykelly

bellykelly

January 22, 2013
edited over 6 years ago

Track 3 was on Vakula RA Mix 311.
mudslengster

mudslengster

January 20, 2013
edited over 6 years ago
Yup Vakula V's Moodymann (PISS POOR PLASTIC PERFORMANCE V)

1st black mahogani (interpretation)
2nd black mahogani 2 Rectify (interpretation)
3rd black mahogani 2 Rectify (interpretation)

Like both of them, much more MM,but think this is fuelled by CHEESE,NOT very respectful of da MAN!!But hey each to there very own....DETROIT STRONG>4EVER!! its like maltan lava covered in turd!
nanchang

nanchang

January 17, 2013

Acording to Sounds of the Universe:
"House edits from a certain promininent European producer of a certain Detroit legend."

The first track is an edit of Moodymann's Black Mahogany ... not sure about the other two.
Acoustician

Acoustician

January 17, 2013
I was thinking Theo Parrish