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- 09/12/17--03:46: Micah & Mark Atkinson – Land of Broken Angels (2017)
- 09/12/17--04:45: Gasoline Lollipops – Resurrection (2017)
- 09/12/17--05:45: Tip Jar – Gemstone Road (2017)
- 09/12/17--08:11: Hopalong Knut
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- 09/12/17--08:21: Brandon Rhyder - Head Above Water (2010)
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Title: Devuelveme La Vida
Year Of Release: 2003
Genre: Latin, Pop
Quality: Flac (tracks)
Total Time: 45:28
Total Size: 315 Mb
01. Sentada en un bar
02. Alzo mi voz
03. Devuelveme la vida
04. Otra realidad
05. Cuando estas conmigo
06. El alma en pie
08. Quiereme otra vez
10. Y lo baila
11. La espera
Guillermo Vadala – bajo sexto
Pablo DeLa Loza – acoustic guitar, keyboards
Chelo Segu+¡ – saxophone
Jer=nimo Velasco – percussion
Johnny Martinez – electric guitar)
Title: Music Of Your Life
Year Of Release: 2004
Label: BCI Music
Genre: Pop, Miscellaneous
Quality: Flac (tracks)
Total Time: 39:29
Total Size: 238 Mb
01. Medley Pick Yourself Up On a Clear Day
02. Medley Look for the Silver Lining Count Your Blessings
03. youve got a friend
04. i believe
05. roosevelts persistence
06. one god
07. the best of both worlds
08. i can see clearly now
09. put a little love in your heart
11. put on a happy face
12. this is the moment
Multi-talented singer / actor John Gabriel enjoys a career that spans a variety of mediums and genres. He is a rarity to be sure a consummate entertainer whose easy style natural grace and ability make whatever he does appear to be seamless. But the talent in the Gabriel family doesn’t just end there. His wife Sandy and two daughters Melissa and Andrea share John’s talents and all together they are a family beyond compare.
Title: A Meeting By The River
Year Of Release: 1993 
Label: Analogue Productions [APW 29 SA]
Genre: Blues, Folk, World
Quality: DSD64 image (*.iso) / 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz
Total Time: 00:39:51
Total Size: 1,60 GB (+5%rec.)
01. A Meeting By The River 10:03
02. Longing 11:56
03. Ganges Delta Blues 9:57
04. Isa Lei 7:39
Ry Cooder (guitars, vocals)
Vishwa Mohan Bhatt (Mohan veena, guitar, vocals)
1994 Grammy winner for Best World Music Album
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Title: Water Dog
Year Of Release: 2017
Label: Kelly McFarling
Genre: Indie Folk
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:44:24
Total Size: 103 mb
03. Spring Clean
06. Caney Fork Overlook
07. Gather and Grow
11. The Storms Are Getting Stronger
Kelly McFarling is an Atlanta, GA born, San Francisco-based songwriter. Her work is reflective of transitions, the wilderness, and its navigation. Sometimes she plays banjo, other times acoustic guitar. Often, she plays a Telecaster fronting her band, The Home Team, featuring pedal steel (Tim Marcus), drums (Nick Cobbett), bass (Oscar Westesson), and various other Bay Area musicians.
During her ten years in San Francisco, McFarling has released five independent recordings: studio albums, Distractible Child (2010) and Ridgeline (2013), an EP of cover songs, Others (2013), and two live albums, Live at Pirate Ship Laguna (2009) and Live at Eddie’s Attic (2011). She has toured behind her own projects as well as performing with bands like Y La Bamba and Goodnight Texas, and is one-third of the all-female folk trio Glittersnatch with Megan Keely and Wolf Larsen. Over the years, McFarling has shared the stage with artists such as Shovels and Rope, Sean Hayes, Chris Pureka, Jolie Holland, and has made a home for herself in the San Francisco music community.
Water Dog, McFarling’s latest release, is her most intimate and folk-leaning record to date. She recorded the album in seasonal segments of 2016. The songs were first demoed with Allen Rothschild in his bedroom in Asheville, NC, where the creaks of his wood floor and the sounds of summer winding down made their way onto the recordings through open windows and live takes.The demos became the foundation of the record, and McFarling took them back to San Francisco, where Avi Vinocur of Goodnight Texas produced and engineered the majority of the record at his home in the Sunset District. “Recording at Avi’s house gave us the time to let the songs breathe and evolve.” McFarling said of the process. “It gave us space to make decisions at our own pace. I’ve never made a record like that, and it was a really special time. These songs were written in quiet spaces that were lived in. It made sense to record them in that way.”
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I Can’t Stand It Here On Quiet Nights is centred around the trio of singles the band released on Dick O’Dell’s Y Records between 1981-1982. Their first, ‘Stretch’, was licensed to seminal American label 99 Records and soon after became an anthem on the New York club underground, a cult staple at Danceteria and on late-night radio. Closer to home and a shared personal favourite is their first B-side, ‘Silent Street / Silent Dub’: a languid, haunting tribute to long summer nights in St Pauls (where the Idle Hands shop presently resides), and specifically the Black & White Cafe, “where dub-reggae reigned supreme, 24/7”. Llewellin’s mesmerising one-drop kit and Catsis’s outrageously heavy bassline anchor the track, allowing Rainforth’s exquisite vocal and Wrafter’s trumpet to soar within the intense, expressionistic dub mix. In both subject matter and execution it is the definitive Bristol tune.
‘White And Green Place (Extraterrestrial Mix)’, ‘In The Air’, and wistful instrumental ‘Simmer Til Done’ also feature; the non-Y bonus is the 12” version of ‘Do It Today’, Maximum Joy’s contribution to the Fontana compilation Touchdown, which originally came out in ’82 as a white label split with The Higsons.
I Can’t Stand It Here On Quiet Nights is the first official UK vinyl reissue of Maximum Joy material and will be released on 2×12” vinyl in June 2017, with sleevenotes by Janine Rainforth, Tony Wrafter and Kevin Pearce. We invite you to acquaint, or reacquaint, yourself with the eclectic, exhilarating work of Bristol’s finest, brightest pop idealists.
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1983 – Waterboys
1984 – A Pagan Place
1985 – This Is The Sea (Remastered 2004)
1987 – Unleashing The Tethered Ones (192 kbps)
1987 – Windmill Lane Sessions 1986-87
1988 – Fisherman’s Blues
1988 – Fisherman’s Blues (Remastered 2006, 2CD)
1988 – Fisherman’s Blues Outtakes
1990 – Room To Roam
1991 – Best Of 81-90
1993 – Dream Harder
1994 – Alive On The Inside (192 kbps)
1995 – Bring’Em All In
1997 – Still Burning
1998 – Live Adventures of The Waterboys
1998 – The Whole Of The Moon
2000 – A Rock In The Weary Land (192 kbps)
2001 – Too Close To Heaven (Fisherman’s Blues Part Two)
2002 – Live at the BBC
2002 – Promise Of Pleasure (128 kbps)
2003 – Universal Hall (192 kbps)
2005 – Karma To Burn (192 kbps)
2007 – Book Of Lightning
2011 – An Appointment with Mr Yeats
2011 – In a Special Place – The Piano Demos for This Is the Sea
2012 – Clound of Sound
2015 – Modern Blues
2107 – Out Of All This Blue (Deluxe Edition)
1. (Sig) English Country Blues Band: The Italian Job from the CD Unruly (Weekend Beatnik) 2. Meïkhâneh: Eszmélet from the CD La Silencieuse (Buda) 3. Gwyneth Glyn: Cwlwm from the CD Tro (Bendigedig) 4. Jack Rutter: Stormy Winds from the CD Hills (Jack Rutter) 5. Jon Wilks: The Sandgate Dandling from the digital single Songs From The Attic 6. Msafiri Zawose: Mazingira from the CD Uhamiaji (Soundway) 7. Saz'Iso: Penxheren‘ E Zotris‘ Sate from the CD At Least Wave Your Handkerchief At Me (Glitterbeat) 8. Jolie Holland & Samantha Parton: Biding My Time from the CD Wildflower Blues (Cingquefoil) 9. Too Sad For The Public: Old Alabama from the CD Vol. 1 - Oysters Ice Cream Lemonade (Storysound) 10. Bruce Cockburn: 3 Al Purdys from the CD Bone On Bone (True North) 11. Tim Jones & The Dark Lanterns: Blossom & Fruit from the CD Blossom & Fruit (Tim Jones) 12. Cohen Braithwaite-Kilcoyne: Ripon Sword Dance Song from the CD Outway Songster (Wild Goose) 13. Mara Aranda: Decilde A Mi Amor from the CD Sefarad: En El Corazón De Marruecos (Mara Aranda) 14. Carmen Paris & Nabyla Maan: Pa' Mi Genio from the CD Dos Medinas Blancas (Fol Musica) 15. John Kirkpatrick: The Captain With The Whiskers from the CD Coat-Tails Flying (Fledg'ling) 16. The Blood Tub Orchestra: The Fine Old English Tory Times from the CD The Seven Curses Of The Music Hall (Phono Erotic) 17. Massa Dembele: Sia from the CD Mezana Dounia (Iznix) 18. Dur Dur Band Feat. Sahra Dawo: Gorof (Elixir) from the CD Sweet As Broken Dates (Ostinato) 19. Paolo Angeli: Talea from the CD Talea (ReR Megacorp) fRoots Radio can also be heard streamed live on Mixcloud. You can find more details including past playlists and links to labels at www.podwireless.com Follow the links for the past two years previous fRoots Radio podcasts.
Title Of Album: Tribute To Dead Can Dance: The Lotus Eaters
Year Of Release: 2004
Label (Catalog#): Black Lotus Records [BLRDCD062]
Genre: Alternative Pop/Rock, Ethnic Fusion, New Age
Quality: FLAC (tracks +.cue,log,scans)
Full Size: 980 mb
Upload: Turbobit / DipFile
320 kbps | 136 MB | LINKS
Micah and Mark Atkinson are a father/daughter duo who are very familiar to the West Virginia musical scene.Micah’s soaring vocals are the perfect vehicle to interpret Mark’s heartfelt songs and intricate guitar playing. They have shared the stage with Grammy winner Darrell Scott and Micah has performed with the West Virginia
Symphony Orchestra on several occasions.
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Gasoline Lollipops is a Colorado band that combines the sincerity of dirt-floor folk with the energy and rebelliousness of punk. It’s an all-new incarnation of alt-country that’s both high-energy and heartfelt, like the American highway’s soundtrack.
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Gemstone Road is Tip Jar’s third album.They recorded the album, which was produced by Walt Wilkins & Ron Flynt, in beautiful Texas, with their longtime musicial friends. It’s a blend of pop, americana, country & folk, with a touch of jaz too.
The distance between Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Montreal, Quebec: 6,386 miles. Between Montreal and Seattle: 2,287 miles. Together that’s over a quarter of the planet that’s circumscribed by Pierre Kwenders’ second album. With roots in several nations, lyrics in four languages, a firm grasp of African musical tradition, and a sumptuous vision of the future, MAKANDA at the End of Space, the Beginning of Time is one of the most wide-ranging musical expressions of 2017. Yet the wonder is not in how panoramic it sounds but in how comfortably it encompasses its span.
Kwenders’ music begins as an update of Congolese rumba, aka rumba Lingala, an Africanized variation of Cuban son that arose in DRC and its…
…neighbor, Republic of the Congo, in the 1940s. Of course, son is a Cubanized variation of old Central African rhythms that were transported westward across the Atlantic hundreds of years earlier, during the Spanish slave trade. The ethnomusicology behind this stuff is fascinating, revealing bloodlines that trace the very DNA of rhythm. But the music of MAKANDA hits with more of-the-moment urgency than a family tree can impart.
Kwenders was born in Kinshasa and moved with his family to Montreal when he was a teenager. His first taste of performance came in the city’s Congolese-Catholic choir, followed by years of youthful exploration alongside intrepid Quebecois hip-hop, electronic, and Afropop producers. He released his first EP, Whisky & Tea, in 2013, and his first album, Le Dernier Empereur Bantou—“The Last Bantu Emperor,” a reference to the Bantu Empire that flourished in Central Africa for centuries before colonization—the following year. Even then he was subsuming distance and crunching genres to establish a kind of musical ubiquity.
Around that time, another restlessly inventive member of the African diaspora, Tendai Maraire of Shabazz Palaces, was drawn into Kwenders’ orbit, and the two began sharing tracks and ideas about Africa’s growing clout in global popular culture. Kwenders suggested that Maraire, born in Seattle of Zimbabwean parents and raised on a diet of hip-hop and mbira, the traditional African thumb piano, produce a song or two for his next record; Maraire wanted to helm production for the entire project. In 2016 Kwenders visited Seattle for three recording sessions in Maraire’s studio, working with a cast of local talent, some of African heritage, like trumpeter Owuor Arunga and guitarist Hussein “H-Bomb” Kalonji; some Shabazz-related, like Ishmael Butler, Cat Harris-White, and Darrius Willrich; some from Seattle’s deep pool of working musicians, like upright bassist Evan Flory-Barnes and composer/violinist Andrew Joslyn.
So many players and so much backstory somehow add up to a remarkably cohesive, distinctive sound. Credit Kwenders for the inspiration and Maraire for helping refine it: MAKANDA is built of layers of electronic and hand percussion, humming synths, wah-wah guitar (Kalonji is on almost every track), and Kwenders’ amicable, unhurried vocals, sung-rapped in Lingala, Tshiluba, English, and French, the official language of both DRC and Montreal. Per translation, Kwenders sings mostly of love and its capacity to transcend, liberate, empower. His poetic eye seems fixed on whatever feeling, setting, or celebration is coming next.
Maraire’s production rounds the edges of almost every sound here, and he employs copious reverb as a sort of sonic area rug that pulls the disparate components together. This is luscious, liquid music, a billowing stream that fills the contours of mental space. There’s dissonance, too: “Woods of Solitude” contains drony, metallic feedback of the sort you might hear from Konono No. 1. That chiming mbira and bristling MPC beat on “Makanda” are a familiar, Shabazz-like foil for Butler’s elegant flow, and “Welele” bumps on percolating hand percussion and slinky funk guitar.
Among songs that flow one into the next, the centerpiece of the album comes midway, with “Rendezvous” and “Sexus Plexus Nexus.” The first is a meditation on a groove, building incrementally over hand shakers and Kalonji’s highlife-esque guitar. Kwenders sings about unfettered freedom, namechecking Paris, Kinshasa, and Moonshine, his monthly dance party in Montreal. Trumpet and saxophone saunter into the scene, vocal melodies overlap, and a curious, flutey synth floats through. It’s a gorgeous musical moment, and a generous one, extended over five-and-a-half minutes.
“Rendezvous” curves right into “Sexus,” the album’s lead single and one of the year’s standout jams. All the album’s musical elements come together with Kwenders’ most hook-forward writing to build a song that comprises an entire worldview. Even as it references Henry Miller, “Sexus” is a communion of pan-African and North American soul music, interwoven with strings and sax and reverbed vocals, reaching across continents and decades and also ideal for roller skating to next Saturday night. That’s the marvel of MAKANDA: Kwenders’ version of globalization feels perfectly at home everywhere, all the time.
Hopalong Knut Est Un Groupe De Neuf Musiciens, Basé à Trondheim,
Emmené Par Kristin Au Chant, Ils Jouent Un Ska Rock Energique
Avec Quelques De Doses De Reggae, Et Une Touche De Punk
Hopalong Knut Es Una Banda De Nueve Musicos, Desde Trondheim,
Con La Vocalista Kristin, Al Canto, Tocan Un Ska Rock Energico,
Con Algunas Tocas De Reggae y Tambien De Punk
Hopalong Knut Is A Band Of Nine Musicians, From Trondheim,
Grow By Kristin, On Voice, They Played An Energetic Ska Rock
With Some Touch Of Reggae, And Also Of Punk
Feilkalibrert Tidsmaskin 2005
01 Feilkalibrert Tidmaskin
04 Bokhandlern Din
05 Hallo Jaenki
07 Sol & Jubel
12 Gjor Det Sjol
13 Hallo Jaenkl- Live
Evolusjonens Trost 2006
01 Evolusjonens Trost
03 Ut Gjennom Vinduet
04 Hunda Som Bit
05 Spark Pa Leggen
06 Filmen Om Et Liv
10 Bohemens Rekrutt
11 Big Bang
12 Opus I
La Pluto Bli En Planet Igjen 2011
02 Mager Trost
04 Uten Rog Og Med Strikkmotor
05 Darlig Frokost
06 Alt E I Orden
08 Dekrypter Dae
11 Hell I Spell
Title Of Album: Outros Amores
Release Date: 2009
Label: Banshee Records
Genre: Medieval, Folk, Celtic, Renaissance
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue)
Length: 40:51 min
Total Size: 221 MB (+5%)
Almara is an international early music ensemble, founded by Elisabeth Pawelke during her studies at the Schola Cantorum in Basel. The musical focus of the ensemble is to the secular repertoire of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, with which the musicians sat down intensively and they awaken with great enthusiasm and virtuosity to life.
Artist: Brandon Rhyde
Title Of Album: Head Above Water
Release Date: 2010
Label: Reserve Records (29106)
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue+covers)
Length: 51:25 min
Total Size: 399 MB (+5%)