Deela ‎– Mano Mano

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Cat# Artist Title (Format ) Label Cat# Country Year
SRLP 005 Deela Mano Mano(2xLP, Album) Switchstance Recordings SRLP 005 Germany 2007 Sell This Version
SRCD 005 Deela Mano Mano(CD, Album) Switchstance Recordings SRCD 005 Germany 2007 Sell This Version
SRCD 005 PROMO Deela Mano Mano(CD, Album, Promo, Car) Switchstance Recordings SRCD 005 PROMO Germany 2007 Sell This Version

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ajmedway

ajmedway

March 5, 2011
referencing Mano Mano, 2xLP, Album, SRLP 005

Music of such high quality, so addictive and catchy! One of the best broken/nu-jazz albums I have ever heard. Well worth seeking out a copy, just a shame it is so unheard of.
clairvo

clairvo

March 10, 2008
referencing Mano Mano, 2xLP, Album, SRLP 005

Although, this album came out last autumn, I feel it’s necessary to drive people’s attention to it – furthermore, it still can be bought in the shops. So, what we’ve got here is, not only do Ingo Möll and Martin Morsch move through the boundaries of many genres and being familiar with the mixture of styles, but they’re also capable of composing songs that reflect wide scale of emotions in their listeners. Nostalgic, catchy, uplifting, melancholic, fascinating: be it wicked-breakz like For What You Are, or be it raggie like Power Gone, or nu-jazz like Local Deela, or melody-breaks like All There Is and Take It Slow, they all have got that emotional overload that makes the duo of Deela different than their contemporaries. And I haven’t even mentioned their capacity. It’s hard to find such creative musicians recently: they compose better and better music like it was raining cats and dogs. Thus, everyone who likes music that has effect on its listeners should pay attention to them in the future.