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Moodymann - Forevernevermore mp3 album

Moodymann - Forevernevermore mp3 album Performer: Moodymann
Album: Forevernevermore
Country: Japan
Released: 2000
Style: Deep House
Size MP3: 1225 mb.
Size FLAC: 1100 mb.
Rating: 4.5/5
Votes: 704

Complete your Moodymann collection. Meanwhile Back At Home' samples 'Roots Mural Theme' from Quincy Jones' Roots (The Saga Of An American Family) OST. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.

Forevernevermore ‎(CD, Album, RE). Peacefrog Records, Music 4 Your Legs. Forevernevermore ‎(9xFile, ALAC, Album, RE). Mahogani Music.

FOREVERNEVERMORE by Moodymann, released 27 January 2000 1. Meanwhile Back At Home 2. Wednesday Night People 3. The Setup 4. KDJ 5. Don't You Want My Love 6. Your Sweet Lovin 7. The Thief That Stole My Sad Days (Ya Blessin Me) 8. Tribute 9. Forevernevermore. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.

Tracklist: 1. Meanwhile Back At Home, 2. Wednesday Night People, 3. The Set Up, 4. Don’t You Want My Love, 5. (Logo), 6. Your Sweet Lovin, 7. The Thief That Stole My Sad Days (Ya Blessin Me), 8. Forevernevermore, 9. Tribute. 7. The Thief That Stole My Sad Days (Ya Blessin Me). More albums from Moodymann: Anotha Black Sunday by Moodymann.

Album · 2000 · 9 Songs. Released: 1 Nov 2000.

Wednesday Night People. 5. Don't You Want My Love. The Thief That Stole My Sad Days. 2000 Peacefrog Holdings Ltd.


A1 Meanwhile Back At Home 3:55
A2 Wednesday Night People 1:54
A3 The Set Up 4:20
B1 Don't You Want My Love 3:33
B2 (Logo) 4:22
C1 Your Sweet Lovin 3:21
C2 The Thief That Stole My Sad Days (Ya Blessin Me) 6:57
D1 Forevernevermore 6:50
D2 Tribute 5:14

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Peacefrog Records
  • Mastered At – The Exchange


  • Mastered By – GRAZZ*


Gatefold cover.
Tracktitles are switched on the sleeve of the record.
B1 & B2 Logo & Dont you want my Love
D1 & D2 Forevernevermore & Tribute

© 2000 Peacefrog Records.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 018615 939511
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5018615939511
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): PF 095 A-1-1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped): PF 095 B-1-1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C, stamped): PF 095 C-1-1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D, stamped): PF 095 D-1-1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C, etched): GRAZZ - THE EXCHANGE

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PRT-376 Moodymann Forevernevermore ‎(12", Promo) Toy's Factory PRT-376 Japan 2000
PF095CD, PF095CDJP Moodymann Forevernevermore ‎(CD, Album, RE) Peacefrog Records, Music 4 Your Legs PF095CD, PF095CDJP Japan 2010
PF 095R Moodymann Forevernevermore ‎(2x12", Album, Promo, RE) Peacefrog Records PF 095R UK 2016
none Moodymann Forevernevermore ‎(9xFile, ALAC, Album, RE) Mahogani Music none US Unknown
PF095CD, PF 095CD Moodymann Forevernevermore ‎(CD, Album, RE) Peacefrog Records, Peacefrog Records PF095CD, PF 095CD UK 2010

I've got a nm/vg+ copy (in the US) that I'd be willing to trade. PM if interested.
'Meanwhile Back At Home' samples 'Roots Mural Theme' from Quincy Jones' Roots (The Saga Of An American Family) OST.
You'll be pleased to know the repress sounds mint and is a solid slab of wax. The gatefold sleeve done well. Really pleased with how its done and sounding
hope this repress sounds much better of the last Mahogany Brown!
Repress incoming.....another eight, seven, six, five words etc etc etc
There seem to be two versions of this song, the very well known one which is soulful and has vocals all the way through (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ODDUKNLUSic) and then another one which has a much heavier almost disco inspired bass line and a steady clap all the way through (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMWTlI93sU0). Has everyone else who has this LP found that they have the version with the steady clap?
yes :( I bought this album mostly for that song and I the vocals version isn't present
The album version is actually a mix of both sides from the thief that stole my sad days, ya blessin' me twelve, put into one song. So with the album you basically end up with neither one of them, because the stomp of ya blessin me gets watered down by the gospel, which is a good tune in itself, but perhaps a bit too long originally. But hey, that is just my opinion.
Just got the repress on vinyl. This track "Thief that stole..." is a different version than the soulful vocal one on the original cd, retains some piano but the a capella vocal is much cut & the track now has a heavier bass & handicaps. Still great, but I think I prefer the cd version of this track. Still a stone cold classic album.
There are two versions of the song, the first one is a single (https://www.discogs.com/master/view/6359), and the second is the album version. I am sure because the video with the vocals throughout has the catalog number mentioned in the description.
yes sir
Incredible album. Not much more needs to be said
Would have to say this is his best album. So much emotion in these chords!!
One of the great house albums, as awesome at home as it is in the club
Very nice
Like all Moodymann's full lengther's, Forevernevermore is full of diversity, ranging from the classic chug-a-lug house grooves we all love to the more chilled and drugged out jams that sit nicely on the home stereo after a few too many of whatever. The album kicks off with a very nice, hypnotic detroit house track, "Meanwhile Back At Home," that sounds very much like a Theo Parrish production, with the looped up African chants and hard hitting drums; "The Setup" is very cool, very spacey, and with that killer blaxploitation sample "I'm a give ya a break dis time...but the next time I here 'bout you tryin' to set me up, I'm a kill ya mutha, ya kidz, and that fat, ugly bitch a yours...and then I'm come lookin' for you..." very nasty! Then its straight into massive funk/house jam "Don't you want my love," drop this in a club and watch the people move. The untitled track that follows is very tripped out, when you listen to it, it's as though one is travelling through the galaxy on some sort of spaceship - very cosmic. The seoond half of the album is also very cool, with notable highlights being "Forevernevermore," a looped up housey jam with NJB laying down the saxy stuff, and the classic deep chugger "Tribute" rounds out the album in fine style. Very unique stuff from a very unique man.