Friday, 15 August 2008

Lynden David Hall - Crescent Moon 1998

Cooltempo Records CDCOOL 333

Lynden David Hall, singer, songwriter and instrumentalist: Born in Wandsworth, South London, 7 May 1974; married; died London 14 February 2006. He won the 'Best Newcomer' accolade at the 1998 MOBO (Music of Black Origin) Awards. Hall appeared in the hit film Love Actually in 2003, where he sang at the wedding of the characters played by Keira Knightley and Chiwetel Ejiofor. The 1997 debut album Medicine 4 My Pain made an unprecedented impact on the discerning tastes of the Brit-Soul fraternity being one of the earlier works to get tagged Neo Soul. Lynden helped pioneer a domestic live arena for British R&B acts, his 1998 highly-publicised headlining shows in Johannesburg and Durban additionally broke interesting new international ground for a contemporary UK soul act. In 1999, he was the first U.K. performer ever voted "Best Male Artist" by the readers of Britain's Blues & Soul magazine. Medicine For My Pain, as well as the singles Do I Qualify and Sexy Cinderella, had an instant appeal to soul fans in the UK and elsewhere, but it was not until his work got the remix treatment that he got his major breakthrough. Hall was, without doubt, the undisputed King of contemporary UK soul. Crescent Moon was the third single from the album, remixed for 1998 by Dodge for Inside (UK) and Cutfather & Joe (US)

  • Album Version
  • C&J Stripped Mix
  • St. Anne's Jamdown Mix
  • 12" Extended Disco Mix
  • Raw Dawg Mix
  • C&J Long Version
  • Radio Edit
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Filename: LDH - Crescent Moon.rar Filesize: 40.02 MB


  1. Thanks again, Mickey!!
    This is my favorite song of him.
    Dodge did fantastic works as well as Mr. Bob Power.
    BTW, I put URLs for you on former comment section.
    Hope you like them!

  2. Thanks again too, Mickey!!!
    I bought this CDS when was released and i'm never tired of listen it. I love specially Crescent Moon (12'' Extended Disco Mix), it's amazing. I think that these years was gold years for the black music in UK, I think in Beverley Knight too.



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