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    Dominique Lawalrée
    First Meeting
    (Catch Wave/Ergot, 2017)
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    Taylor has found herself stronger and more confident in herself and her music than ever. Jan Marius Franzen of Blues Magazine calls Taylor “the ‘Rising Star’…from the small town in South Carolina [who] is breaking boundaries in several respects. A must have!” Her upcoming album, Steal Your Heart, has the message that loving oneself is the basis for true healing and happiness.


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    cover320 kbps | 318 MB | LINKS

    Tracklist:
    01. Long Hot Summer (Remastered) (Live) (07:00)
    02. Sexy Girl (Remastered) (Live) (06:14)
    03. The One You Love (Remastered) (Live) (07:04)
    04. Ordinary Average Guy (Remastered) (Live) (06:41)
    05. New Kid In Town (Remastered) (Live) (07:10)
    06. Pretty Maids All In A Row (Remastered) (Live) (06:07)
    07. Ive Got Mine (Remastered) (Live) (06:22)
    08. Lyin’ Eyes (Remastered) (Live) (04:14)
    09. Take It Easy (Remastered) (Live) (06:39)
    10. Walk Away (Remastered) (Live) (05:54)
    11. Peaceful Easy Feeling (Remastered) (Live) (06:54)
    12. Help Me Through The Night (Remastered) (Live) (04:05)
    13. You Belong To The Night (Remastered) (Live) (08:11)
    14. In The City (Remastered) (Live) (04:31)
    15. True Love (Remastered) (Live) (05:02)
    16. Funk #49 (Remastered) (Live) (08:42)
    17. Smugglers Blues (Remastered) (Live) (06:30)
    18. Lifes Been Good (Remastered) (Live) (08:27)
    19. The Heat Is On (Remastered) (Live) (07:50)
    20. Life In The Fast Lane (Remastered) (Live) (08:14)
    21. Rocky Mountain Way (Remastered) (Live) (07:26)


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    Wewantsounds are back with a superb selection of spiritual jazz and funk grooves from legendary producer Bob Shad’s Mainstream Records catalogue. Bob Shad was one of the greatest music producers of the 20th century, having worked with all the music giants, from Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie to Sarah Vaughan, Lightnin’ Hopkins, The Platters, and Janis Joplin to name just a few. “Bobby Shad was a legend in our family” says his grandson Judd Apatow who, together with his sister Mia, looks after Shad’s back catalogue, Mainstream Records. Like his peers, jazz producers Creed Taylor and Bob Thiele, Shad went independent in the ’60s, and by the early ’70s, he was producing a string of superb albums mixing spiritual jazz with funk and soul. These albums are now being rediscovered by new generation of soul and jazz lovers hooked on the music of Kamasi Washington and Shabaka Hutchings. Recorded between 1971 and ’73, the Fender-Rhodes-drenched tracks on Inner Peace showcase Shad’s unique deep jazz sound. They feature such revered musicians as Harold Land, Roy Haynes, and Frank Foster, together with a younger generation of talented musicians led by Buddy Terry, Dave Hubbard, and LaMont Johnson. Here they are accompanied by the cream of ’70s jazz session musicians including Bernard Purdie, Buster Williams, Eddie Henderson, James Mtume, Stanley Clarke, and Cecil Bridgewater. The Mainstream catalogue has been sampled by a long list of revered DJs and hip hop producers over the years. Roy Haynes’s “Senyah” was sampled by De La Soul on “Pony Ride” and Shelly Manne’s short outro “Infinity” forms the unmissable backbone of Jeru The Damaja’s all-time hip hop classic, “Come Clean”. A fitting tribute to the supreme sound of producer Bob Shad. Wewantsounds will start a reissue program of original Mainstream albums with bonus material and rare photos from the vaults. Also features: Charles Williams, Hadley Caliman, Pete Yellin, and Sonny Red.


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    Protomartyr had one of the best albums of 2015 with The Agent Intellect. Now, the Detroit-bred outfit is prepping its follow-up, Relatives in Descent, for new label home Domino.

    Due out September 29th, the 12-track effort serves as Protomartyr’s fourth overall. It was recorded over the course of two weeks in March 2017 in Los Angeles alongside producer Sonny DiPerri (Animal Collective, Dirty Projectors). According to a press release, the LP grapples with reality and truth, two themes that are so incredibly pertinent given the nature of America’s current political landscape.

    “I used to think that truth was something that existed, that there were certain shared truths, like beauty,” singer Joe Casey explained. “Now that’s being eroded. People have never been more skeptical, and there’s no shared reality. Maybe there never was.”


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    Moondogs and Mad Dogs is the debut album from Donald Byron Wheatley, the cracked-voiced scion of a family of showmen or fairground people (carnie as they’d be known in America) stretching back one hundred and fifty years. Travelling all over the country, although Wheatley never performed on stage, music was in the family’s blood with everyone playing some instrument or the other. When his father, known as Big Don, suffered a stroke, he set up a Pro Tools rig and began recording some of the songs he’d written. When he passed, three years later, his son took up the baton and cut some tracks of his own. But life got in the way, and nothing came of them, until, inspired by the deaths of some close friends, he began writing again and was persuaded to make some proper recordings. Danny Wilson, Danny & The Champions Of The World frontman, got to hear them and decided he wanted to share this treasure with the wider world on his new label, and this album, which features various members of Wilson’s band along with Siobhan Parr and pedal steel legend BJ Cole, is the result.

    A tribute to his father and the music on which he was raised, it makes no bones about parading the influences with Dylan and Lennon to the fore. The latter looms large in the echoey sung piano ballad Nothing (which recalls Woman in particular) while Dylan can be heard on several of the tracks, most notably the song for his father The Lonesome Carol of Big Don, which takes its cue from Subterranean Homesick Blues. The equally driving Hand Me Down Leopard Skin Hat, the title of which speaks for itself.


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    Janet Feder – Songs With Words (2012)
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    Features Stereo & Multichannel Surround sound | Genre: Folk, Country, World

    A native of Boulder, Colorado Janet Feder is most widely known for pioneering composition for prepared guitar. She has been featured on numerous recordings, radio programs, and film scores. Deeply layered, textured and intimate, “Songs With Words”, features Janet Feder’s prepared guitar compositions accompanying her voice.

    Innovative guitarist Janet Feder draws her own sonic territory on this first collection of original songs. The Colorado-based guitarist is known for her extended techniques on the prepared guitar, and her work was first introduced to the wider public on the like-minded collection of innovative guitarists I Never Meta Guitar—Solo Guitars for the XXI Century) (Clean Feed, 2010). Prior to that, she recorded with close conspirators such as Fred Frith on Ironic Universe.
    Songs with Words was a project initiated by producer Joe Shepard, who encouraged Feder to use his studio. At first, she envisioned writing songs for others to sing, but since Shepard wanted to record within two weeks, Feder ended up singing the songs herself and playing all the guitar parts. Her usage of small metal objects that alter the sound of the acoustic guitar strings enable her to explore new tunings and an expanded sonic palette. Her singing is innocent and unassuming, focused on the topics of the songs, most of them inspired by the political, anti-war folk songs of the sixties. But unlike other folk songs, Feder’s guitar playing and vocal delivery are not rooted in any familiar folk tradition.
    All the songs were recorded live, without any digital effects; just Feder, her guitar—surrounded by 15 microphones—and occasional guests. The songs have a clear structure: strong melodic themes, verses and choruses, but they still all sound mysterious, demanding repeated listening before allowing themselves to be deciphered fully. She recited her pleas for a more compassionate world in a reserved, fragile voice, even when she wishes that “soldiers will refuse to fight” on “My Blackest Crow.” Her range sounds clearer on the instrumental “A Thousand Million Petty Tyrants.” Her cover of Bob Dylan’s “Blowin’ In The Wind” sounds as if she already knows that its call for action is not enough. The somber, melancholic beauty of the personal “Plan to Live” brings to mind the songs of Nick Drake. “Ocean Wall” is a silent sonic poem that imagines a peaceful scenery. Songs with Words is a unique, haunting gem.

    Tracklist:
    01. Heater
    02. Your Country Is Like A Wall
    03. My Blackest Crow
    04. A Thousand Million Petty Tyrants
    05. Blowin’ In The Wind
    06. O The Sky Falling Moment
    07. Plan To Live
    08. White Men Landing
    09. Trees Are Burning
    10. Janet Feder – Songs With Words
    11. Ocean Wall

    Pure DSD. Recorded at Immersive Studios, Boulder Colorado, 2010, 32 channel Sonoma DSD Workstation.
    Recorded, mixed and mastered by Mike Yach. SACD authoring Gus Skinas, Super Audio Centre.

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    320 kbps | 108 MB | LINKS

    Tracklist:
    01. Dakama (06:15)
    02. Sanikoya (04:27)
    03. Boinofai (05:31)
    04. Saikain (05:33)
    05. Mandela (05:35)
    06. Ah les femmes (05:25)
    07. Dakama (Radio Edit) (03:15)
    08. Sanikoya (Radio Edit) (03:06)


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    320 kbps | 108 MB | LINKS

    Tracklist:
    01. Dakama (06:15)
    02. Sanikoya (04:27)
    03. Boinofai (05:31)
    04. Saikain (05:33)
    05. Mandela (05:35)
    06. Ah les femmes (05:25)
    07. Dakama (Radio Edit) (03:15)
    08. Sanikoya (Radio Edit) (03:06)


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    After Jack / Echo Жанр : Country, Bluegrass Страна исполнителя (группы) : US Год издания : 2014 Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 29:28 Треклист : 01.

    Тема на форуме



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    Πρόκειται για έναν από τους μεγαλύτερους, σημερινούς, πιανίστες της jazz, καθώς τυγχάνει καθολικής αναγνώρισης και κάθε εμφάνισή του, κάθε ηχογράφησή του, είναι πάντα ένα σημαντικό γεγονός. Για τον Fred Hersch ο λόγος που είναι επίσης γκέι ακτιβιστής, κάτι που οπωσδήποτε δεν αφορά μόνο στη ζωή του, αλλά και στην τέχνη του και που έχει κι ένα βιβλίο, προσφάτως, σε κυκλοφορία – την αυτοβιογραφία του βασικά, που έχει τίτλο Good Things Happen Slowly: A Life In and Out of Jazz.
    Έτσι, και μαζί με το βιβλίο του, ο Hersch είπε να μας ψυχαγωγήσει κιόλας μ’ ένα ακόμη τζαζ σόλο-πιάνο άλμπουμ του (το εντέκατο σόλο του!), το οποίο είναι ηχογραφημένο τον προηγούμενο Απρίλιο στη Σεούλ της Νότιας Κορέας. Όπως λέει και ο ίδιος στο εσώφυλλο:  
    «Παίζω τζαζ για περισσότερο από 40 χρόνια και μπορώ να πω ότι η καλύτερή μου φάση είναι όταν κάθομαι μόνος μου απέναντι στο πιάνο και λέω… “άιντε, για να δούμε τώρα τι θα συμβεί”. Έχω ανακαλύψει πως η τζαζ δεν είναι ακριβώς το να παίξεις αυτά που ξέρεις, αλλά μουσικά να πας σ’ εκείνα τα μέρη που δεν έχεις πάει ποτέ».
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    Αυτή τη βασική αρχή ο Hersch την εφαρμόζει και στο “{open book}” [Palmetto, 2017], είτε παρουσιάζει δικά του κομμάτια, όπως το 20λεπτο “Through the forest”, είτε στις διασκευές του – Benny Golson, A.C. Jobim, Billy Joel και Thelonious Monk, όπως πάντα. Το παίξιμό του έχει μια φινέτσα και μια ιδιοτροπία ταυτοχρόνως, που το κάνει μοναδικό. Χωρίς να είναι γρήγορος, απεναντίας προτιμάει τις μέσες και τις αργές ταχύτητες, o Hersch έχει έναν τρόπο να σε κερδίζει με την ηρεμία του στυλ του, τις «περίεργες» εναλλαγές συγχορδιών, την αρμονική ανάπτυξη των κομματιών του, την άνεσή του να συνθέτει σαν να αυτοσχεδιάζει και τούμπαλιν, το πάθος του στο παίξιμο που δεν είναι συγκρατημένο, αλλά ευγενές.
    Το “{open book}” φαίνεται να είναι ένα απλό σόλο άλμπουμ, αλλά παρακολουθώντας το αντιλαμβάνεσαι πως οι διαστάσεις του είναι πολλές και ποικίλες, και ρωμαλέες με τον τρόπο τους – καθορισμένες άπασες από το ταλέντο ενός σημαντικότατου μουσικού.
    Επαφή: www.fredhersch.com

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    This is the first studio album of original material since 1995’s Tales From The Punchbowl with the classic Primus line-up of Les Claypool (vocals, bass), Larry LaLonde (guitar) and Tim Alexander (drums). The Desaturating Seven is inspired by a 1970’s children’s book Claypool often read to his kids when they were growing up. The book tells a story of seven goblins one representing each color of the rainbow who simultaneously pull all of the color out of the world.


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    The Belonging Co - All the Earth (2017)

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    Medwyn Goodall - Stepping Stones (2017)


    Исполнитель: Medwyn Goodall
    Альбом: Stepping Stones - The Very Best of Medwyn Goodall 2000-2017
    Год издания: 2017
    Стиль: New age

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    VAS - In the Garden of Souls (2000)
    Re-Up

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    Artist: Patricia Kaas Title Of Album: Piano Bar (20 Track Edition) Year Of Release: 2002 Label (Catalog#): Sony Music Country: France Genre: Pop, Chanson, Vocal Jazz Quality: APE (image + .cue,log,scans) Bitrate: Lossless Time: 79:32 min Full Size: 587 MB

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    Martin Glass
    The Pacific Visions of Martin Glass
    (Kit Records, 2017)
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  • Criolo
    Espiral de Ilusão
    (Oloko Records, 2017)
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    Romantic breakups have fueled many, perhaps too many, singer-songwriter tunes and albums. But on Sorry is Gone, Jessica Mayfield’s first solo album in three years, she describes, often in gritty, extremely personal detail, the effects of finally extricating herself from an abusive marriage.

    Not surprisingly, she returns to the full-blown electric indie rock she temporarily abandoned on her largely acoustic set of Elliott Smith songs she covered in partnership with Seth Avett. The opening “Wish You Could See Me Now” sets the tone with Mayfield’s girlish, innocent voice singing about taking pills to kill the pain of a horrible marriage over blustery guitars. “I’m done excusing myself,” she sings on the title track to a hooky melody that combines aspects of the Cure and Siouxie and the Banshees. She gets more detailed when moaning “The shotgun’s under the futon/ This is not my idea of fun” to a loping beat.

    Songs become darker as the album progresses, leading to the slow, druggy, sludgy “Soaked Through,” with lyrics of “I tried to leave/ He wouldn’t let me up/ He shook me and he cried … Please stay,” likely an example of what many abusers say. The lone acoustic entry, “Safe 2 Connect 2” asks the question “Any tips on how to feel more human?” over skeletal guitar, creating a bit of a breather from the rugged electric guitars that dominate the rest of the tracks. Thankfully, the comparatively jaunty, Byrds-styled strumming of the ringing “Offa My Hands” keeps the tone lighter, even when Mayfield sings “Gotta wash you offa my hands … every single DNA strand.”

    Mayfield and producer John Agnello keep the songs sharp and focused with plenty of hypnotic choruses to entrance the listener regardless of how riveting and intense the concepts are. Still, it’s tough to ignore lyrics as brutal as “Get out of my house” when they are repeated multiple times atop a molasses grunge of strumming guitars on “WTF.” And “I’d cut off my hands/ Before I cut off the rope,” doesn’t scream “singalong” despite the easy on the ears melody of the music backing those sentiments.

    She succeeds with this tricky balance due to a great band, expertly rendered songs that split the difference between angst and honesty, and a voice that’s both vicious and resigned while singing about a horrific time that you hope is finally behind her. The backstory leading to Sorry is Gone may not be the type you’d wish on anyone, but in the hands of Jessica Lea Mayfield, it has resulted in compelling art.


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    This 11CD box set features features all of the material officially released by David Bowie between 1977 and 1982 including all four studio albums, his 1978 live album ‘STAGE’ in both original and expanded tracklistings, the newly compiled “HEROES” E.P., collecting together both the German and French long and single versions of “Heroes”, and the exclusive new compilation of single versions, non-album singles and B-sides, ‘RE:CALL 3’. Also included exclusively is a brand new remix of the 1979 album ‘LODGER’ by long time Bowie producer/collaborator Tony Visconti. The ‘BAAL’ EP appears here for the very first time in its entirety on CD, while ‘Beauty And The Beast’ (extended version) and ‘Breaking Glass’ (Australian single version) are making their debuts on CD, all on ‘RE:CALL 3’.


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