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- 10/26/17--15:59: _Ranky Tanky
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- 10/26/17--18:33: _Global A Go-Go: Oct...
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- 10/26/17--22:56: _Norah Jones – Day B...
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- 10/26/17--14:59: Kenny Chesney – Live in No Shoes Nation (2017)
- 10/26/17--14:59: Lee Ann Womack – The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone (2017)
- 10/26/17--15:33: [k7] Ada de Castro - Este Vívio de Fado (K7) (1989)
- 10/26/17--15:33: Re: [k7] Ada de Castro - Este Vívio de Fado (K7) (1989)
- 10/26/17--15:33: Re: [k7] Ada de Castro - Este Vívio de Fado (K7) (1989)
- 10/26/17--15:59: Ranky Tanky
- 10/26/17--16:29: Re: [k7] Ada de Castro - Este Vívio de Fado (K7) (1989)
- 10/26/17--16:29: Re: [EP] Ada de Castro - Meu Amor é o Fado (Ep) (1966)
- 10/26/17--18:33: Global A Go-Go: October 25, 2017, Segment 1
- 10/26/17--21:06: Re: [k7] Ada de Castro - Este Vívio de Fado (K7) (1989)
- 10/26/17--21:19: KuschelRock Christmas (2017)
- 10/26/17--21:49: Silvia Perez Cruz & Raul Fernandez Miro - Granada (2014)
- 10/26/17--22:02: Tim Dup – Mélancolie heureuse (2017) [24bit Hi-Res] FLAC (tracks)
- 10/26/17--22:02: Re: [EP] Ada de Castro - Meu Amor é o Fado (Ep) (1966)
- 10/26/17--22:56: Norah Jones – Day Breaks [Deluxe Edition] (2017)
Lee Ann Womack / The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone Жанр : Country Страна исполнителя (группы) : US Год издания : 2017 Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 53:37 Треклист : 1.
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Denver. Asbury Park. Dallas. Atlanta. Tampa. Green Bay. Perdido Key. Austin. Foxboro. Just some of the places and voices that populate Live in No Shoes Nation, Kenny’s second live album – and one that documents his rise as the nation’s leading stadium headliner. Beyond the massive stadium shows, LiNSN is laced with intimate performances, special guests and songs that have only been performed a handful of times.
“When we came off the road, I started listening to the last 10 years of shows,” Kenny says of the double disc, 30-song set. “What struck me, beyond how much the band has evolved, was the passion of No Shoes Nation! They’re the reason for all of this; why we start rehearsals in January and building sets in the fall, why I give up pasta and every other thing that I love to eat… we want to be ready when it’s time to hit the stage.”
“And listening to show after show, the one thing that never changes is the intensity of the fans. I figure if they’re as caught up in the moment as me and the guys are, they have no idea how awesome they sound. So in many ways, this set is about letting them hear what we get to plug into every single night.”
Starting with the medley of Steve Miller’s “Space Cowboy” and Bob Marley’s “Three Little Birds” with Dave Matthews at the final show of 2007’s Flip Flop Summer, Kenny has patched a collection that traces the hits, the album cuts and the friendships he’s built over the past few years. Whether it’s playing “Flora-Bama” to a packed beach on the Alabama/Florida state line or the hushed one-time only “I’m Alive” from a sold-out, three night stand at Red Rocks, the collection shows the breadth, reach and intimacy Kenney has created on his way to being the only Country Artist on Billboard’s Top 10 Touring Acts of the Last 25 Years.
“We’ve made a lot of music, and a lot of friends,” Kenny enthuses. “They come back year after year, tailgate in the parking lot and sing their lungs out every night for the entire two-hour show. No Shoes Nation lives these songs, and they remind me in very audible and visual ways the way songs can burn into your life and hold memories like nothing else can. Every night when those flickering lights go up during ‘Anything But Mine,’ it makes me pause. And it’s like that with just about every song I’ve ever played onstage.”
For Kenny, crowned “The King of the Road” by The Wall Street Journal and “The People’s Superstar” by the Los Angeles Times, it has always been the fans who matter. It’s why even during a year off, he made his way to Boston for two shows at Foxboro’s Gillette Stadium, where No Shoes Nation was named.
“I can’t tell you the time spent getting the mixes just right, finding the best tracks,” he marvels. “When I think about why I’m doing Live in No Shoes Nation, and who’s going to be listening; to me, everything on these recordings needs to feel exactly as it was when we were all out in the night air loving everything about these songs, being together and being alive.”
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Lee Ann Womack, one of the most distinctive and decorated vocalists in modern music, will make her debut for ATO Records with the release of ‘The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone,’ an album that mixes the country, soul, gospel and blues of her native East Texas, into an audacious, sharp-edged work of art. Produced by Womack’s husband and fellow Texan Frank Liddell (fresh off a 2017 ACM Album of the Year win for Miranda Lambert’s ‘The Weight of These Wings’), and featuring songs mostly co-written by Womack, ‘The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone,’ is her most personal album to date, marking the culmination of a journey that began with her 2005 CMA Album of the Year ‘There’s More Where That Came From’ toward an authentic American music that celebrates her roots and adds to the canon. ‘The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone’ features fourteen new songs, recorded with Womack’s core band of top shelf musicians including bassist Glenn Worf, songwriters and guitarists Wright, Payne and Ethan Ballinger, and drummer Jerry Roe. The album was mostly recorded at the legendary SugarHillStudios in Houston, TX. “I wanted to get out of Nashville, and tap the deep music and vibe of East Texas,” says Womack. “I wanted to make sure this record had a lot of soul in it, because real country music has soul. I wanted to remind people of that.”
Artista: Ada de Castro
Álbum: Este Vívio de Fado (K7)
Tamanho: 34 MB
Velocidade de Bits: 128 Kbps
01 - Este Vício de Fado
02 - Senhora Dona Mouraria
03 - O Bêbado
04 - Maria dos Pombos
05 - As Veias do Meu Fado
06 - Palavras
07 - Os Figos
08 - Esse Fado
09 - A Noite é de Toda Gente
10 - Lisboa Cheia de Graça
11 - Guitarra de Amor
12 - Cabelos de Sol
Ouvindo Ada de Castro
This album is without a doubt one of the greatest gifts of the year, an incredible piece of work overflowing with authenticity. Personally, I have been dying to get my hands on a professional recording of the Ranky Tanky group. I first encountered their soul-stirring music at globalFest in January of this year, where they performed many of the songs now on this eponymous debut album. Until now, all I had to remember the quintet–made up of vocalist Quiana Parler, Charlton Singleton on trumpet, Quentin E. Baxter on drums, Clay Ross on guitar and Kevin Hamilton on bass–were poorly recorded videos taken on my iPhone. The minute I heard the call-and-response lines, “Who is the greatest, we are the greatest,” in the third track, “Ranky Tanky,” I was right back on my feet on the ground floor of Webster Hall singing right along with them. This 13-track album expertly captures the joy, infectious camaraderie among the musicians, and the sacred culture embedded in the Gullah songs that define the music.
Ranky Tanky opens with the upbeat spiritual, “That’s Alright” which immediately highlights the connection the performers have with one another. It just sounds so easy. Four members of the quintet are Gullahs from South Carolina carrying on the mostly oral tradition of praise songs and spirituals. The Gullah people are descendents of West African slaves brought to the lowland regions of Georgia and South Carolina. Their resilience allowed them to withstand the swampy areas rife with disease, where they cultivated rice using West African techniques and tools with little oversight from white oppressors. Compared with other slave-holding plantations in the South, this relative isolation allowed the Gullah to maintain krio words like “ranky tanky,” which translates to “get funky.”
There’s no better voice to capture these spirituals than Quiana’s and no better band to give it a modern twist. In “That’s Alright” you hear the common theme in most spirituals of looking to life after death as a welcome reprieve from the inhumane conditions experienced by enslaved black people in America. The refrain is “Since my soul’s gonna sit up in the kingdom, that’s all right.” It’s this incredible duality of profound sadness positioned in front of a forward-moving rhythm section that quite frankly makes you want to dance and sing along with hope. You would be in your right mind to start your own praise dance during the breakdown of this song that introduces tambourine and handclapping reminiscent of the ring shout. From the first track, your soul has been replenished and trust instilled in this group to forge ahead to the rest of the album.
Although the songs and melodies are inherently simple, what takes this work to the next level is the group’s remarkable musical “chops” and deeply embedded Gullah musical culture in all the sounds and silences. Every listener will come to “Been in the Storm” and realize they can no longer sing along with Quiana’s skilled voice. It’s an arresting track with minimal instrumentation that allows you to appreciate the song’s weight and context. “Knee Bone” has a similar effect, with unexpected harmonies that sound like western or central African polyphonic music. They expertly combine these lesser-known songs many generations old with popular genres like jazz and gospel to carry it into the present.
There’s an intimacy in the way this album was recorded which makes it feel like it was delivered as a personal gift to you. It’s inviting, impressive in its musicianship, and the arrangements are a refreshing addition to the American repertoire. Band-mate Kevin Hamilton remarked about Gullah music and culture, during the exploratory phases of this album: “I thought everyone knew about this stuff.” Without a doubt, with Ranky Tanky now recorded and available, everyone will not only know, but also won’t be able to stop listening.
The second of two Fall 2017 Fund Drive editions of Global A Go-Go, featuring Bill answering the question "How do you find out about the music you play on Global A Go-Go?"; mic manager is Jay Sandusky
Title: KuschelRock Christmas
Label: Sony Music Entertainment Germany - Sme Media
Style: Ballad, Vocal, Funk, Soul, Indie, Folk, Synthpop, New Wave, Country
Release Date: 27-10-2017
Format: CD, Compilation
Quality: 320 Kbps/Joint Stereo/44100Hz
Tracks: 41 Tracks
Size: 333 Mb / 02:24:43 Min
Artist: Adrian Crowley | Album: Dark Eyed Messenger | Released: 2017 | Genre: Altrnative Rock
Artist: Tim Dup | Album: Mélancolie heureuse | Released: | 2017 | Genre: Pop
Artist: Elvis Presley with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra | Album: The Wonder Of You | Released: | 2016 | Genre: Pop
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On October 27, Blue Note Records will release a new Deluxe Edition of Norah Jones’ acclaimed album Day Breaks.
The expanded track listing includes the addition of nine songs recorded live in New York City during Norah’s memorable album release shows at the Sheen Center’s Loreto Theater in October 2016. The live cuts include versions of songs from Day Breaks like “Flipside” and the Horace Silver ballad “Peace,” as well as fan favorites like “Don’t Know Why” and “Sunrise,” performed by Norah (voice, piano), Chris Thomas (bass), Brian Blade (drums), Pete Remm (Hammond B-3 organ), and background vocalists Tarriona ‘Tank’ Ball & Anjelika ‘Jelly’ Joseph of Tank and The Bangas (winners of NPR Music’s 2017 Tiny Desk Contest).
Artist: Lucas Debargue | Album: Schubert & Szymanowski Piano Sonatas | Released: | 2017 | Genre: Classical
Artist: Teodor Currentzis & MusicAeterna | Album: Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 6 | Released: | 2017 | Genre: Classical