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Moodymann - JAN
Singer: Moodymann
Title: JAN
Released: 2001
Country: US
Style: Deep House
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.7
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A JAN 11:22


Although the catalog# KDJ 30 does not appear on the release, it was distributed and sold with this number.
A: 120 BPM
Repressed in February 2005

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Run-Out Info Side A): JAN

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KDJ 30 Moodymann J.A.N. ‎(12", S/Sided, W/Lbl) KDJ KDJ 30 US 2001

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Can anyone confirm that Moody's people were selling this record at DEMF 2012? I didnt recognize the sticker so I passed on it.....but now that blue little head is coming back to haunt me.
They still sold the repress the at Heart Plaza in 2012. More (re-press) copies were also available at that time via Submerge and Detroit Threads.
Rollers from Abdun
Does this happen very often at DEMF? I'm going this year, trying to check that out!
Yes, I bought one (for a pretty good price, too).
if by his people you mean his grandma then yes.
Yes they were selling it, along with 'Shades of Jae', 'Mahogany Brown', and some other rarities. Definitely a wonderful surprise. All were $20 a pop.
only recently used it on a mix and one of the first ever records I bought from Vinyl Junkies RIP (Berwick St)....echoing all the thoughts here....my choice cut of probably all of the body of his work
either way i ain't never parting with mine - my all time fave cut from the legend himself...
Slowly writer
Possibly Kenny's best single, JAN is a certified dancefloor killer. The samples are from Detroit funk radio DJ Electrifyin Mojo's interview with Prince circa the Purple Rain tour. Kenny edited it up to make it sound like he was talking about him instead, which makes for a brilliant epic feeling for the track.
"j.a.n." stands for Just Another Niggah, with reference to a track orginally recorded by Marvin Gaye, with whom kenny seems to source for many of his releases, both musical and for lable artwork. Other strong leanings towards the daddy of soul are "Sunday Morning" (when marvin was shot by his father), "Joy ptII" (from the orginal track by marvin), "Tribute" (samples "inner city blues"), and the list goes on. buy any Marvin album and spot the samples, its clear to see how a talent like Gaye can be such a huge influence and source of inspiration. respect, for without him what would us kdj heads have?
Messy release history on this one - first slated to be KDJ 16 (and probably released on whites at the time, although I can't verify that), this record was pulled after the "controversy" over KDJ 15. It then appeared on a 200-copy white label, JAN 001, and got serious word of mouth that was encouraging enough to convince Kenny to press it here. It doesn't actually say "KDJ 30" in the matrices, but rather had that number invented for it by long-suffering Moodymann distributors.
in waiting
maybe the best moodyman release so far, begins with moodyman typical dissonant "deephouse" style and after 2/3 of the record twists into a more jazzy groove, comparable withe his remix for carl craig's "people make the world go round". hammmer!
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