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8 thoughts on “ Natural Blues - Moby - Play (CD, Album)

  1. The discography of American musician Moby consists of fifteen studio albums, one live album, ten compilation albums, six remix albums, Play "Run On" — — "Natural Blues" (version 2) Susi Wilkinson, Hotessa Laurence, Filipe Alçada.
  2. Play - The DVD has eight live tracks recorded on Jools Holland's TV show in England and 10 videos of songs from Moby's album, Play. Five of the videos have never been released in America: "Find My Baby", "Porcelain UK", "Bodyrock UK (Fire)", "Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad.
  3. Natural Blues This song is by Moby and appears on the album Play (). This song contains a sample from " Trouble So Hard " by Vera Hall and Dock Reed.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Play on Discogs. Label: V2 (2) - • Format: CD Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Electronic • Style: Breakbeat, Leftfield, Downtempo.
  5. Following a notorious flirtation with alternative rock, Moby returned to the electronic dance mainstream on the album I Like to ookatterregeschnontinasrighcodestke.coinfo 's Play, he made yet another leap back toward the electronica base that had passed him by during the mid-'ookatterregeschnontinasrighcodestke.coinfo first two tracks, "Honey" and "Find My Baby," weave short blues or gospel vocal samples around rather disinterested breakbeat techno.
  6. A revered, recognizable figure on the dance music scene since the early '90s, the enigmatic producer/DJ Moby was catapulted into mainstream stardom with the release of Play. A surprise hit, Pl.
  7. "Natural Blues" is a song by American electronic musician Moby. It was released as the fifth single from his fifth studio album Play on March 6, The song is built around vocals sampled from "Trouble So Hard" by American folk singer Vera Hall. "Natural Blues" was one of several songs on Play produced by Moby based on samples obtained from albums of American folk music originally compiled by field Recorded: at Moby's home studio (Manhattan, .
  8. With classics like Everything Is Wrong and the Move EP, Moby made techno so euphorically exciting even rock 'n' rollers couldn't ignore it, and he continued to push boundaries with forays into heavy metal and film music. In that tradition, Moby's new Play is his most adventurous album to date. Throughout, the maestro ingeniously hops around the Price: $

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