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Mr L - Moon Walking / Turn Up The Bass album download
Mr L  - Moon Walking / Turn Up The Bass album download
Performer: Mr L
Title: Moon Walking / Turn Up The Bass
Country: UK
Released: 2005
Style: Drum n Bass
Rating: 4.2/5
Format: MP3 FLAC MIDI AUD TTA MOD DTS WMA MP4
FLAC size: 1913 mb | MP3 size: 1394 mb | WMA size: 1527 mb
Genre: Electronic

A Moon Walking 5:30 AA Turn Up The Bass 5:50. Mastered By – Stu. Producer, Written-By, Mixed By – Mr L. Notes. Track durations estimated based on mp3s found online.

This album has been compiled in association with: ARS, BCM, BOUDISQUE, CNR, FRIENDS, IMC, INDISC, JIVE, PHONOGRAM, RADIO RECORDS, RAMSHORN, WEA. Track B3 is listed as "TBM Mix" on this LP, but in fact it is "TBM Mix 2", the second volume from the TBM Mix series. Matrix, Runout (Side A): LP 12 13760 22 S1 1 670 07 111. Matrix, Runout (Side B): LP 12 13760 22 S2 1 670 07 118. Matrix, Runout (Side C): LP 34 13760 22 S1 1 670 07 118. Matrix, Runout (Side D): LP 34 13760 22 S2 1 670 07 111.

Turn The Bass Up (Original Mix) TJR. 4:46. The Jungle Book (Original Mix) Slum Dogz.

Turn The Bass Up. Protohype. Turn the Bass Up. Avek.

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Tracklist

A Moon Walking 5:30
AA Turn Up The Bass 5:50

Credits

  • Mastered By – Stu.*
  • Producer, Written-By, Mixed By – Mr L

Notes

Track durations estimated based on mp3s found online.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MRL 002 Mr L Moon Walking / Turn Up The Bass ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Mr L Records MRL 002 UK 2005
MRL 002 Mr L Moon Walking / Turn Up The Bass ‎(12", TP) Mr L Records MRL 002 UK 2005


Comments (1)
Matty
"Turn Up The Bass" is one of those tunes that sounds like nothing else. Jonny L has claimed before that he spends months not really listening to Drum & Bass while he gets on making his tunes - I read this in an interview about the relase of "27 Hours a Day". In this case it really shows, The drum sounds and programming are just not like most [email protected], and nor are the synth sounds (a repeated 3-note riff that nags away like an alarm or siren) or vocals (semi-melodic male voice intonations). While this tune may be difficult to categorise in the current scene, or awkward to program in a set, I suspect it may stand the test of time as an influential piece. Moonwalking is a bit more like the Jonny L of old (Wish U Had Something / Moving Thru Air spring to mind), but the vocal is very strange, and the overall effect is quite minimal and stripped down.