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Mambo Brothers Select 10 Seminal Tracks From Cafe Mambo

Mambo Brothers select 10 seminal tracks from Cafe Mambo

Christian and Alan Anadon, better known as Mambo Brothers, have been born and raised in Ibiza whilst listening to the best DJs at the Café Mambo DJ booth since an early age. Having been part of the evolution of electronic music since the beginning, they have gained knowledge of electronic music from all the house genres. Their skill to read the dance floor has given them the ability to adapt to any kind of party and atmosphere.

This time Mambo Brothers share 10 seminal tracks to celebrate Cafe Mambo’s 25th anniversary.

1. Mr. Fingers – Can You Feel It? (1988)

“One of the great original house tracks and one of our earliest Mambo memories – ‘Let there be house’!”

2. Satoshi Tomiie, Frankie Knuckles ft. Robert Owens –  Tears (1989 )

“A timeless track that always touches the soul after sunset at Mambo”

3. MK – Burning (1991)
 

“Still sounds so fresh today. From house music royalty and Mambo regular Marc Kinchen”.

4. Mike Dunn presents The MD X-Spress – God Made Me Phunky (1994)

“One of Mambo King Javier’s favorite tracks because it brings the funk to the terrace”

5. David Morales presents The Face ft. Juliet Roberts – Needin’ U (1998)

“A masterclass in sampling and an overnight house classic. The music video features various superstars and was filmed at numerous Ibiza locations including Salinas & Mambo”

6. Armand Van Helden ft.Duane Harden – You Don’t Know Me (1999)

“The instantly recognisable intro is nothing short of genius and sends the crowd wild every single time. To have both Armand and Duane in the DJ booth performing this has to be one of the all time great Mambo moments”.

7. Kings Of Tomorrow ft. Julie McKnight – Finally (2001)

“The most famous vocal in house music. How could we leave this one out?”

8. X-Press 2 ft. David Byrne – Lazy (2002)
 

“The sultry lyrics takes us back in time to the early 00’s and crazy daytime parties in Ibiza. Still an anthem to this day”.

9. Bob Sinclar & Gary Pine – Love Generation (2006)

“Ultimate summer vibes from our very good friend and long-time resident Bob. Absolute nostalgia whenever we hear this!”

10. Dennis Ferrer – Hey Hey (2009)

A modern classic and one of the most memorable vocals of all time. Dennis is one of the legends of house music”.

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