Dabrye ‎– Instrmntl



Intrdctn. 1:13
Won 3:35
No Child Of God 4:09
D-Town Tabernacle Choir 4:20
You Know The Formula Right? 3:32
Evelyn 4:36
This Is Where I Came In 3:26
Prospects (Marshall Law) 3:26
Take Me Home 1:45

Versions (3)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
EASTDEV002 Dabrye Instrmntl(CD, Album) Eastern Developments EASTDEV002 US 2002 Sell This Version
TKCB-72322 Dabrye Instrmntl(CD, Album) Tokuma Japan Communications TKCB-72322 Japan 2002 Sell This Version
EASTDEV002 Dabrye Instrmntl(LP, Album) Eastern Developments EASTDEV002 US 2002 Sell This Version


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July 8, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
referencing Instrmntl, CD, Album, EASTDEV002
What can be said? Stunning that's what! From trip-hop through breaks and IDM and back again. There not a bad track. No Child of God stands apart though... just. The whole album is so damn... intelligent. Introduce yourself to Dabrye and you will not regret it. Get one/three and two/three as well as they are masterpieces. My favorite artist of the moment.


April 13, 2004
referencing Instrmntl, CD, Album, EASTDEV002

Dabrye brings on the deep funk with his album <I>Instrmntl</I>, full of hip-hop beats and abstract electronics. Right from “Intrdctn” and “Won,” there’s a funkiness that’s unmistakable as it is catchy.
“Evelyn” throws some jazzy horns into the mix, while “This Is Where I Came In” is almost straightforward electro. My favorite track would be “D-Town Tabernacle Choir,” a track filled with wobbly piano and solid beats. A good album, albeit rather short.