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MandréMandré

Label:Motown – M6-886S1
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Goldisc Pressing
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Funk / Soul
Style:Funk, Space-Age, Disco, P.Funk

Tracklist

A1Keep Tryin'
Arranged By [Horn]Hank Redd
Written-ByMaxayn*
3:29
A2Solar Flight (Opus I)7:57
A3Interlude2:45
A4Third World Calling (Opus II)6:42
B1Masked Music Man
Written-ByJohnny Watson*, Maxayn*
3:03
B2Money (That's What I Want)
Arranged ByMaxayn*
Written-ByBerry Gordy, Janie Bradford
4:15
B3Wonder What I'd Do4:35
B4Dirty Love
Written-ByFrank Zappa
4:00
B5Masked Marauder
Written-ByJohnny Watson*
3:28
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Notes

Goldisc Recording Products, Inc. pressing variant denoted by "GD" etched in the runouts.

The typesetting layout on the labels is different on this version
than it is on the other similar versions.
See these for comparison:
Mandré, Mandré & Mandré

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout - etched [KENDUN - stamped]): M6 - 886- S1 - 2693 - RE1 - 06A #13 KENDUN . a -CUT BY SKIP- Δ26118 GD
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout - etched [KENDUN - stamped]): M6 - 886 - S1 - 2694 - S - RE-1- 06B #13 KENDUN . 1 -CUT BY SKIP- Δ26118-X GD

Other Versions (5 of 15)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Mandré (LP, Album)MotownM6-886S1US1977
Mandré (LP, Album)MotownSTML 12062UK1977
Mandré (LP, Album)MotownM6-886S1Netherlands1977
New Submission
Mandré (LP, Album)Motown14C 062-98987Greece1977
New Submission
Mandré (LP, Album)MotownM6-886P1Canada1977

Reviews

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True2
Edited 2 years ago
It's always funny to me how records like this can remain so cheap and not even sought after. Pound for pound, you will be hardpressed to find a record as good as this for this type of money. If this would have been a private press (seems like they pressed up a decent amount of these for how strange it was) you would find insane prices on it. But luckily, you can find it pretty easy still. This lp is laden with sloppy cosmic soul of the highest quality. Solar Flight never gets old, Third world calling is nasty as anything, interlude and wonder is faded mellow grooves. The full lp plays solid to me but the tracks i mentioned for sure are the better. There are some nods to Bohannon, on here and I can only assume Daft Punk took some nods from his image. It's strong. Always keep a copy or two on hand.