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    João Braza - Vida Fadista (1993):guit:




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    Artista: João Braza
    Álbum: Vida Fadista
    Ano: 1993
    Tamanho: 105 MB
    Formato: Mp3
    Velocidade de Bits: 320 Kbps
    Género: Fado
    CD: 1
    Faixas: 16


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    01 - Improviso
    02 - Corri à Feira da Ladra
    03 - Guitarra Portuguesa
    04 - Alentejo é Meu Pais
    05 - Fado das Cautelas
    06 - Toirito Negro
    07 - O Fado
    08 - Conta Peso e Medida
    09 - 5ª Feira de Espiga
    10 - Já é Tarde Quando Passava
    11 - História Fadista
    12 - Mãos Abertas
    13 - Fado do Sobreiro
    14 - Parei a Porta Dum Bar
    15 - Fado das Castanhas
    16 - José Mestre Batista



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    Mísia - Delikatessen Café Concerto (2013):guit:




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    Artista: Mísia
    Álbum: Delikatessen Café Concerto
    Ano: 2013
    Tamanho: 103 MB
    Formato: Mp3
    Velocidade de Bits: 320 Kbps
    Género: Fado
    CD: 1
    Faixas: 13


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    01 - Fado do Ciúme
    02 - Cha Cha Cha em Lisboa
    03 - Que Será
    04 - Só Nós Dois
    05 - Rasto de Infinito
    06 - Estacion de Rossio
    07 - Esas Lagrimas Son Pocas
    08 - Agua Que no Has de Beber
    09 - Nanas de La Cebolla
    10 - Contigo Aprendi
    11 - Les Mots D'Amour
    12 - Oblivion [J'oublie]
    13 - Chanson D'Hélene



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    A supercharged, full throttle piece of real deal rock and roll majesty by two of the hottest driving forces in classic rock, vocalist/guitarist Pat Travers and drummer Carmine Appice!


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    Live the Life consists of twelve songs with MUDDY WATERS and five songs from a MARTIN LUTHER KING tribute concert in 1968. Chicago Blues was recorded in 1965/1966 and captures SPANN accompanied by JAMES COTTON, WALTER HORTON, amongst others, and if you like Chicago Blues from the 50s and 60s,this is an essential purchase!
    CD1
    1. Been A Long, Long Time 4:23
    2. Look Under My Bed 4:26
    3. Tribute To Martin Luther King 4:40
    4. Sarah Street 6:24
    5. Worried Life Blues 4:00
    6. Kansas City 4:11
    7. Tin Pan Alley 7:29
    8. 5 Long Years 7:32
    9. Live The Life I Love 3:21
    10.I Wanna Go Home 5:59
    11.Can’t Lose What You Ain’t Never Had 3:37
    12.High Rising 4:36
    13.Everything’s Gonna Be Alright 2:09
    14.What’s On Your Worried Mind? 2:27
    15.Mean Old Train 3:03
    16.My Baby Left Me 2:55

    CD2
    1. Get Your Hands Out Of My Pocket 2:33
    2. Nobody Knows My Troubles 3:23
    3. Sarah Street 3:25
    4. Worried Life Blues 2:03
    5. You Can’t Hide 2:35
    6. Jack-Knife (Instrumental) 2:53
    7. What’s On Your Worried Mind? 2:27
    8. Vicksburg Blues 4:34
    9. Who’s Out There? 2:33
    10.Spann’s Boogie Woogie (Instrumental) 2:13
    11.See See Rider 3:02
    12.Lovin’ You 3:26
    13.One-Room Country Shack 2:46
    14.Mr. Jelly Roll Baker 3:05
    15.G.B. Blues (Instrumental) 2:04


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    Luminary giants of the Australian music scene Paul Kelly and Charlie Owen join forces touring their new album, Death’s Dateless Night.
    Songs on the album are largely covers from musical greats including Leonard Cohen, Hank Williams, The Beatles, Cole Porter and others, as well as some traditional songs.
    Tracklist:

    01. Hard Times 04:02
    02. To Live Is To Fly 03:50
    03. Pretty Bird Tree 03:37
    04. Pallet On Your Floor 04:05
    05. Nukkunya 03:30
    06. The Parting Glass 02:25
    07. Meet Me In Middle Of The Air 02:58
    08. Don’t Fence Me In 03:05
    09. Bird On A Wire 03:15
    10. Good Things 03:30
    11. Let It Be 02:39
    12. Angel Of Death 03:34


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    Love & Hate, Kiwanuka’s sophomore studio effort is no slump. Nor is it a carbon copy of his critically acclaimed debut. This is anything but another all-too-self-aware soul revival album. This is a genuine, evocative statement from a man who recognizes that our world is broken in so many ways, and that each and every one of us is looking for answers of some sort. Love & Hate is powerful, raw and very real. An album that, at once, is extremely personal and also completely universal. It’s also a gorgeous listen.

    The sprawling opening track, “Cold Little Heart,” sounds more like early ’70s Pink Floyd than any song in the early Soul catalog. It’s a full 10 minutes of washes of slow psych-soul, haunting vocals and hypnotic slide guitar. Danger Mouse adds an expansive, lush element to the proceedings, and his sonic touches can be heard throughout: stirring string arrangements, background vocals drenched in reverb and a sweeping, cinematic quality that sets the tone for the whole album. “I’ve always wanted to make an album that felt and sounded like this one,” Kiwanuka said in a statement. “Working with guys as good as Danger Mouse and [producer] Inflo really helped me find what I was looking for.”


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    Μηχανικός ήχου και παραγωγός, μα ακόμη ενορχηστρωτής και διευθυντής ορχήστρας, ο John Vanore πράττει εδώ κάτι σημαντικό – και για τον ίδιο και για τη σύγχρονη jazz γενικότερα. Επαναφέρει στο τώρα, μέσω μιας σύγχρονης και πλούσιας παραγωγής, την αειθαλή μουσική του συνθέτη και μέγα ενορχηστρωτή Oliver Nelson (πέθανε στα 43 του, το 1975). Ένα tribute λοιπόν στη φοβερή αυτή μορφή της jazz έχουμε εδώ, τον άνθρωπο που ηχογράφησε αριστουργήματα στα sixties κυρίως, καθώς μερικά από τα άλμπουμ του (“The Blues and the Abstract Truth”, “More Blues and the Abstract Truth”, “Sound Pieces” κ.λπ.) είναι κάτι σαν «άγια δισκοπότηρα» για τη μεγάλη μαύρη μουσική… ανά τους αιώνες.
    Ο Vanore φτιάχνει φυσικά μια μεσαία ορχήστρα, για να αντιμετωπίσει το έργο τού Oliver Nelson. Δύο σαξοφωνίστες, τέσσερις τρομπετίστες, δύο τρομπονίστες, δύο κορνίστες και ακόμη… πιάνο, μπάσο, ντραμς, κιθάρα και κρουστά (σύνολο 15 άτομα δηλαδή), δημιουργώντας το κατάλληλο υπόβαθρο για τις δικές του… τιμές και παρεμβάσεις.
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    Όπως γράφει και ο ίδιος, στο πολύ περιποιημένο “Stolen Moments / Celebrating Oliver Nelson” [Acoustical Concepts Inc., 2017], γνώρισε τον Oliver Nelson το 1966 στο jazz camp του Indiana University – μια γνωριμία, που του άλλαξε τη μουσική ζωή του. Σκύβει λοιπόν, ο Vanore, στο έργο του Nelson και επαναφέρει στο τώρα μέσω διακεκριμένων σύγχρονων οργανοπαικτών (Steve Wilson, Ryan Keberle, Mike Richmond, Danny Gottlieb κ.ά.) μια σειρά δημιουργιών του θρύλου μουσικού, διασκευάζοντάς τες με γνώση και με κέφι. 
    Το ρεπερτόριο είναι, με άλλα λόγια, το κλειδί, όπως ισχυρίζεται και ο Vanore. Και απ’ αυτό το ρεπερτόριο δεν θα μπορούσε να λείπει ένα μάλλον υποτιμημένο αριστούργημα του Nelson, το φοβερό LP “Black, Brown and Beautiful”, που τυπώθηκε το 1970 για την Flying Dutchman του Bob Thiele. Από ’δω ο Vanore διαλέγει για lead track κιόλας το “Self-help is needed”, ένα εκπληκτικό groovy hard bop, με το άλτο του Steve Wilson να πετάει φωτιές. Από το ίδιο LP μάλιστα ο Vanore διαλέγει κι άλλο ένα κομμάτι για να διασκευάσει, το “I hope in time a change will come”, με το σοπράνο αυτή τη φορά του Wilson να αποδίδει την μαγική μελωδία. Φυσικά, εδώ δεν ενορχηστρώνονται μόνον οι μεγάλες και διαχρονικές συνθέσεις του Nelson (“Stolen moments”, “Blues and the abstract truth”…), αλλά και στάνταρντ που δεν έλειπαν ποτέ από το ρεπερτόριο του μεγάλου arranger(“St. Louis blues”, “Greensleeves”). Και σ’ αυτά ο John Vanore κάνει εξαιρετική δουλειά (το “Greensleeves” με το τρομπόνι του Keberle σε πρώτο πλάνο είναι «άσσος»), δείχνοντας την αγάπη του και για τις δουλειές του Oliver Nelson (μπροστά και πίσω από τα φώτα), αλλά και τη δική του αξία σαν ενορχηστρωτής και διευθυντής ορχήστρας.
    Καταπληκτικό άλμπουμ!
    Επαφή: www.johnvanore.net

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    From the American South, Kentucky, comes a new group of southern blues rock champions, OTIS, who will be releasing their highly anticipated second album on Purple Pyramid Records. Executive Produced by Grammy winnning Blues/Rock guitar great Paul Nelson, who is best known for his work with the late Johnny Winter, OTIS’s “Eyes Of The Sun” takes blues rock to a higher level!

    The band has earned accolades from ZZ Top guitarist Billy F. Gibbons who hailed the band’s “fine singing, sweet guitar tones…all around enjoyable listening!”


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    Jean Stafford born at Latrobe, Tasmania) is an Australian country music artist. She has won three Golden Guitar awards and received two ARIA nominations. In 1989 Jean was officially crowned Australia’s Queen of Country Music by Smoky Dawson. Jean Stafford is known as The Golden Voice of Country worldwide for her hit song Someday I’ll Take Home The Roses released in 1982. Jean has received many honours and awards, including the key to the city of Nashville, Tennessee. Jean is the most awarded female country music singer in Australia.


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    Last year marked the 20th anniversary of Tracy Bonham’s Gold debut record, 1996’s The Burdens of Being Upright. Instead of marking the occasion with a simple re-issue, Bonham went back into the studio with producer John Wlaysewski (of Late Cambrian) to re-record the entire album for modern times. Retitled Modern Burdens, the new album is out October 11th — International Day of the Girl — via Schoolkids Records.

    “I wanted to revamp and refurbish the songs and put them to a modern template,” Bonham said in a press release. “To make it a creative endeavor, not just a commercial one.” As such, the tracks have been reinterpreted through an experimental filter, leading to more stripped down, slower takes. Their lyrics also take on new context in the Trump era, something Bonham intended from the start. “Many of the songs on Burdens are about this horrible, misogynist guy,” she explained. “So I just replaced his face with another.”


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    Almost 20 years ago, in 1998, Kendell Marvel moved his family to Nashville to pursue a music career. On his first day working in Music City, Marvell wrote “Right Where I Need to Be” — a Top 5 hit for Gary Allan. He’d come to Nashville to be an artist, but with that first royalty check in hand, Marvel reconsidered.

    “That made life a lot easier,” Marvel — who was briefly signed to RCA near the beginning of his life in Music City — tells The Boot. “That kind of opened my eyes to what could be done in the songwriting world. I wanted to see my kids grow up, be there for all the ball games and things.”

    Dreams of a career as an artist took a backseat to writing songs for and with, among others, Jamey Johnson, Randy Houser, Blake Shelton and Chris Stapleton. On Friday (Oct. 13), however, Marvel finally released an album of his own, Lowdown and Lonesome, a 10-track concept record that tells a story of heartbreak and vice (“Every song, I’m lowdown or I’m lonesome — one of the two,” Marvel explains).

    “It worked out the way it was supposed to. I wouldn’t change anything about that,” Marvel says of waiting until now to release an album of his own. “If i could go back then and make a record, I wouldn’t do it. First off, it wouldn’t be near as good. I was a young man, and probably pretty stupid at the time.”


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    Funk legend Bootsy Collins is back, and the whole world is going to feel it. The P-Funk pioneer will release World Wide Funk on Oct. 27, his first new album since 2011’s Tha Funk Capital of the World.

    Collins turned to musical friends both new and old for accompaniment on his new album, with an eye-popping feature lineup including the likes of Snoop Dogg, Buckethead, Victor Wooten, Eric Gales, Doug E. Fresh, Big Daddy Kane, Chuck D, Musiq Soulchild, the late Bernie Worrell and many more. But World Wide Funk is more than just a carefree, funky party—it’s also a call to activism. “Bootz on the ground, baby!” Colllins declares on the title track. “The whole concept,” Collins says, “was not only about playing music or being current on this album, but about teaching people how to funk for themselves so they can bring some funk to get some. We bring them hope like dope, so not one Funkateer chokes.” That’s a message of unity and uplift that this world needs to hear, perhaps now more than ever.


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