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LegoFlava In Ya Ear Vol. 2

Label:Afterhours – AH 122
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ? RPM
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:House, Latin

Tracklist

A1When I'm With You (Trumpet Mix)
A2When I'm With You (Piano Mix)
B1El Ritmo De Verdad (Extended)
B2El Ritmo De Verdad (Trimmed)
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  • Barcode: 7 42891 71221 0

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Flava In Ya Ear Vol. 2 (12", White Label, Stickered)AfterhoursAH 122US1999

Reviews

  • groovesuite's avatar
    groovesuite
    El Ritmo De Verdad is one of my favorite Lego tracks and a must have for any Latin house lover.
    • Dr_TaaDow's avatar
      Dr_TaaDow
      This record is an absolute MUST have for any house head! When that trumpet comes in on "When I'm with You", if you feel house music like I do, you'll want to jump up and start moving your feet immediately. If you REALLY feel it deep down you may have a few happy tears roll out. It gets me every time! Yeah, that's how deep I feel house.
      • Anime_Gee's avatar
        Anime_Gee
        OK!! Stand back! I'm gonna spill the beans on this record. Yes. I’m gonna review it! This is a rare gem on the now defunct Afterhours label. All Latin house records should be measured against this record. This record is the real deal, folks. We’ll start off with “<B>When I’m With You</B>”. This is my favorite track on the whole record. I have yet to hear anyone play a Latin jazz style trumpet like Ron Haynes did in the <B>Trumpet Mix</B>. Then it has all the other neat percussion & keys by Lego himself in there. Oh man!! This track has so much soul put into it! I can play this track over & over & never get tired of it. I almost shed a tear every time I hear it. (T_T ) The <B>Piano Mix</B> is kinda similar, but with a piano instead. Duh. It’s not as good as the first one, but still, it’s really nice. With a piano solo by Jose Valdez, this track will keep the Latin vibe flowing. Flip the record over & we have “<B>El Ritmo de Verdad</B>”. Just about every single house DJ that I can think of has rocked this track. The <B>Extended</B> version is the one to play. "Sé que tu quieres entonces moverte, por eso ahora, el ritmo de verdad.” That’s the vocal simple that’s repeated over & over by Javante Monet. Then there’s the percussion, trumpet, & keyboard sample rocking throughout the record. It’s basically a house anthem. So yeah. If you’re lucky enough to see a copy of this record lying around in a record store or on eBay, pick it up immediately!!! (^_^ )

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