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- 11/23/17--03:30: Eagles – Hotel California [40th Anniversary Expanded Edition] (2017)
- 11/23/17--04:31: Johnny Cash – Greatest Hits Volume 1 (2017)
- 11/23/17--04:31: Yes – Topographic Drama: Live Across America (2017)
- 11/23/17--04:31: Scorpions – Born to Touch Your Feelings: Best of Rock Ballads (2017)
- 11/23/17--04:31: Neil Young & Promise of the Real – The Visitor (2017)
- 11/23/17--04:32: Road to Europalia, Pt. 4: Dijf Sander's Java
- 11/23/17--04:41: Steven Morris-U and I-WEB-FR-2017-AZF
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- 11/23/17--07:50: Pierce Brothers - My Tired Mind EP (2017)
- 11/23/17--09:09: Ecue Tumba - En un Solar de Pogoloti (2003)
- 11/23/17--09:37: Frank Turner – Songbook (2017)
- 11/23/17--10:37: Ramones – Rocket To Russia [40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition] (2017)
Performer: Oonagh Album: Marchen Enden Gut - Nyare Ranta - Marchenedition Label: We Love Music. Made in DE. Catalog #: 06025 6709900 Style: Ethno-Pop, Folk, World, Fantasy Music Year: 2017 Format: FLAC (image + .cue) Bitrate: lossless Covers: full (600 DPI) Amount of tracks: 19+11 Size RAR: ~ 750 mb Upload: depfile.us Recovery: 3% Password: without a password
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The Eagles’ Hotel California was a critical and commercial phenomenon when it was released in December 1976. The album topped the Billboard charts for eight weeks in the US, won two Grammy Awards, sold more than 32 million copies around the world, and featured two Billboard #1 hit singles. 40 years later, it still ranks as one of the best-selling albums of all time.
Hotel California: 40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition opens with a remastered version of the original album, featuring two Billboard #1 singles – “New Kid In Town” and the title track – plus the smash hit “Life In The Fast Lane”. The album was nominated for five Grammy Awards, and won for “Record Of The Year” and “Best Arrangement For Voices”.
The set also marks the debut of ten live tracks that were recorded during the band’s three-night stand at the Los Angeles Forum in October 1976. The concert recordings – which were recorded about a month before the album came out – feature one of the first ever live performances of “Hotel California” and “New Kid In Town” along with other Eagles classics including “Already Gone”, “Take It To The Limit”, and “Witchy Woman”.
1 Hotel California 06:31
2 New Kid In Town 05:04
3 Life In The Fast Lane 04:46
4 Wasted Time 04:56
5 Wasted Time (Reprise)01:23
6 Victim Of Love 04:10
7 Pretty Maids All In A Row 03:59
8 Try And Love Again 05:11
9 The Last Resort 07:24
Live at The Los Angeles Forum, 10/20-22/76:
10 Take It Easy 04:46
11 Take It To The Limit 05:18
12 New Kid In Town 05:28
13 James Dean 03:49
14 Good Day In Hell 05:28
15 Witchy Woman 04:20
16 Funk #49 04:03
17 One of These Nights 03:52
18 Hotel California 06:49
19 Already Gone 05:13
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01. The Rock Island Line
02. I Heard That Lonesome Whistle
03. Country Boy
04. If The Good Lord’s Willing
05. Cry! Cry! Cry!
06. Remember Me
07. So Doggone Lonesome
08. I Was There When It Happened
09. I Walk The Line
10. The Wreck Of the Old ’97
11. Folsom Prison Blues
12. Doin’ My Time
13. Ballad Of A Teenage Queen
14. Big River
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Topographic Drama: Live Across America the best performances from the 2017 leg of the 28-show tour and mirrors the set list from those concerts. Each night, Yes opened with all six songs from Drama (1980), the band’s tenth studio album, which peaked at #2 on the U.K. album chart. Standouts include “Machine Messiah,” “Tempus Fugit” and the album’s only single “Into The Lens.” After Drama, the band shifted gears for songs from two of its best-selling albums: “And You And I” from 1972’s Close To The Edge (RIAA platinum) and “Heart Of The Sunrise” from 1971’s Fragile (RIAA double-platinum). Next, the group played the opening and closing tracks of its concept album, Tales From Topographic Oceans (1973). Howe’s exceptional guitar work on “The Revealing Science Of God” and White’s propulsive drumming on “Ritual” have always been regarded as ground-breaking. The album concludes with two live staples: “Roundabout” from Fragile (1971) and “Starship Trooper” from The Yes Album (1971). Among the world’s most influential, ground-breaking, and respected progressive rock bands, Yes was founded in 1968. The Grammy-Award® winning recording artistshave sold more than 50 million records in a career that has so far spanned six decades.
01. Machine Messiah
02. White Car
03. Does It Really Happen?
04. Into The Lens
05. Run Through The Light
06. Tempus Fugit
07. And You And I (I. Cord Of Life, II. Eclipse, III. The Preacher The Teacher, IV. Apocalypse)
08. Heart Of The Sunrise
09. The Revealing Science of God
10. Leaves of Green
11. Ritual (Nous sommes du soleil)
13. Starship Trooper (A. Life Seeker; B. Disillusion; C. Würm)
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Brand new career spanning ballads collection from hard rock superstars – Scorpions. Features three brand new tracks “Follow Your Heart”, “Melrose Avenue” & “Always Be With You”.
01. Born To Touch Your Feelings (“MTV Unplugged” Studio Edit)
02. Still Loving You (“Comeblack” Version)
03. Wind Of Change (“Comeblack” Version)
04. Always Somewhere (2015 Remaster)
05. Send Me An Angel (New Acoustic Version 2017)
06. Holiday (2015 Remaster)
07. Eye Of The Storm (Radio Edit)
08. When The Smoke Is Going Down (2015 Remaster)
09. Lonely Nights
10. Gypsy Life
11. House Of Cards (Single Edit)
12. The Best Is Yet To Come
13. When You Came Into My Life (“MTV Unplugged” Studio Edit)
14. Lady Starlight (2015 Remaster)
15. Follow Your Heart (New Full-Band Version 2017)
16. Melrose Avenue (New Song)
17. Always Be With You (New Song)
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Neil Young + Promise Of The Real will release their new studio album The Visitor [Reprise Records] on Friday, December 1, 2017 in stores and via all digital music retailers. The vinyl edition will follow on January 5, 2018. The digital pre-order grants an instant grat download of the new track “Already Great.”
When Neil Young entered Shangri La Studio with the band Promise Of The Real a few months ago, there were a lot of images and feelings careening around his soul. The country was heading in a direction Young had never seen, even though up until then he thought he’d seen it all. But something different was happening, and it had gotten inside his music. “I’m a Canadian by the way and I love the USA,” he sings on the first song “Already Great.” The ethos of The Visitor can be summed up in the refrain of “Already Great” where Young insists, “Already great, you’re already great. You’re the promise land, the helping hand. No wall. No hate. No fascist USA. WHOSE STREET? OUR STREET.” From those words, Neil Young was ready to take a musical journey on his new album The Visitor like he had never taken before. It was one where he’d even surprise himself, always the mark of a creative leap. By the end of the recording sessions, he knew he’d made his most diverse album going all the way back to Harvest in 1972, when America was also in the throes of becoming unhinged. Neil Young didn’t blink then, and he is not blinking now.
The Visitor is an intriguing and always exciting peek into the mind and heart of one of rock & roll’s true seekers. Neil Young has wandered a wide path since coming to Los Angeles from Canada over 50 years ago. During those many decades he has established an immediately apparent individualism that cannot be predicted. Young has often said that when things become ordinary, he’s ready to shake things up and head for new ground. It has always been what marks Young’s music. His new songs, whether it’s a mashup of spoken word and rock & roll on “Fly By Night” or the heart-stopping beauty of “Forever,” once again ask listeners to stay open and ready for whatever comes through the open channels of the man and his unstoppable band.
Listening to an album like The Visitor is not unlike taking off on a cross-country trip without a map. There is no way to tell where the destination will lead or what will be encountered. At one moment the savage rock of “Stand Tall” leads into Caribbean and Latin musical strains rising through on “Carnival,” only to turn around to embrace the blues on “Digging a Hole.” There is also the modern funk-rock of “When Bad Got Good,” the anthemic “Children of Destiny” and the spirit-tugging strength of “Change of Heart” to ensure the musical travels remain full of wonder. With the unlimited ability of Promise of the Real, featuring Lukas and Michah Nelson along with Corey McCormick, Anthony Logerfo and Tato Melgar, the passionate power of their playing pushes the songs to maximum expression. There are very few rock bands now who can go to as many places as this outfit and always deliver their own distinct identity.
The closing song on The Visitor feels like a prayer for today and tomorrow. In “Forever,” Neil Young sings “Earth is like a church without a preacher, the people have to pray for themselves.” These lines, and everything else on this landmark release point to the future in a way that sounds the alarm for troubled times but at the same time offers hope that, once again, music can help lead the way to understanding and hopefully a better place.
Dijf Sanders is standing in the dark, thrusting a dead cat towards the moonlit rice paddies. The man is tall, thin, Flemish, mustachioed. His dead cat is not an animal sacrifice but a windscreen designed to fit the muzzle of his microphone, cables leading from its fur to a high-quality digital recorder slung around his shoulder. Put the attached headphones on, and it’s like diving into an aural microscope, with even the faintest sound becoming crystal clear. The croaks of hidden toads burst from the darkness in phasing, interlocking patterns, the electronic screech of cicadas an ever-present backdrop. I pass the headphones back and Dijf stands entranced, the tropical cacophony buzzing in his head. His ears, I can tell, are wide open.
That’s a quality I came to appreciate in Dijf (pronounced, by the way, just like Dave.) When he’d first written me ahead of his Europalia artists’ residency, Dijf had expressed some uncertainty about choosing Java as a destination for his sonic adventuring. Java is by far Indonesia’s most populous and built-up island, and he must have imagined it as coast to coast urban sprawl. Nah man, I’d insisted. I love every corner of Indonesia, but I’d be hard pressed to find an island as brimming with musical riches as this one. All you’ve got to do is check out my musical map to see what I mean.
Dijf did the same, having a listen through my posts across Java and making a list of those musics and sounds which intrigued him most. We built up a nearly two-week itinerary spanning West and Central Java, a trip which would take us from the gridlocked streets of Bandung all the way to the modern kingdom of Yogyakarta at the island’s center.
We started in Bandung, the mountainous capital of West Java whose musical nooks and crannies I know so well. Dijf crashed on my couch for a few nights as I took him around, exposing him to the gritty Sundanese urbanity of the jaipong club and hooking him up with my tarawangsa bros Teguh and Wisnu. Wanting Dijf to get a taste of the Sundanese countryside, I took him out to the jungles and tea plantations of Subang, where we hiked to a waterfall in search of the celempung guru Pak Rosid and stayed a night in Banceuy, a village brimming with brilliant musicians and thick with adat, or traditional customs.
Our next stop was Banyumas, that magical liminal zone between the Sundanese mountains and the royal palaces of Solo and Jogja. Here we were in good hands, staying with local music expert Yusmanto and his family as we made day trips around the countryside in Yus’ beat-up old van, stopping in at villages across the area to connect Dijf with old musical friends I’d met the year before. With his microphone always at the read, Dijf soaked up the soapbox bass of kaster, the earthy bamboo rattle of gondolio, and the spirited bamboo gamelan of calung. Dijf’s adventurous spirit led us all the while to places even I had never gone, from dancing on the stage of a wayang kulit shadow puppet show (to roars of delight from confused villagers) to wading waste deep into a muddy river as old women slapped out percussive patterns on the water. It was also in Yus’ village of Karangjati that Dijf was seduced by those nature noises on the village fringe.
The trip drew to an end in Yogyakarta (or Jogja as we say here), that royal kingdom near Java’s south central coast. While Jogja is famous for its royal gamelan tradition, we took a different path, meeting up with experimental instrument maker Mo’ong to record plastic bottle bagpipes, recycled glass gamelan instruments, and PVC pipe drums.
All along the way, Dijf had explained his plans to each musician he recorded, asking their permission to use their sounds both as inspiration and as raw material for new compositions to be dreamt up in the studio. It was not always easy to explain the concept of digital sampling to the older generation of musicians, but each had given their blessings with a smile. Dijf himself could not yet say what the result would sound like. All he could promise was that he’d try his best to keep intact the soul of this place and the people we’d met.
The result, I’m happy to say, is spectacular. I may be biased, sure: the album is chock full of sonic snapshots which capture those musical friends and magical moments which Dijf and I shared on that whirlwind April tour (I may even feature on a track or two!). What’s fascinating, though, is to see Java through Dijf’s eyes (and ears), with each track a slice of tropical impressions as interpreted by an open-eared outsider. Dijf is reknowned in his native Flanders for his expert production, and it shows here: on album single “Jaipong,” Dijf takes a sample of amplified Sundanese vocals in a Bandung club and throws it into a funky sound world brimming with syncopated organs and breakbeats. The organic blend transcends lazy looping: the sampled kendang drum blends seamlessly with the instruments played in Dijf’s Belgium studio. You can hear that he was really listening here: he takes the moody, pentatonic madenda scale of the jaipong singer and makes his own melodies with it, somehow finding a link with the equally moody pentatonicism of Ethiopian funksters like Mulatu Astatke.
Those checking out this album in hopes of Buddha Bar beats and exotic sampled flutes will be sorely disappointed. The Java that Dijf Sanders managed to capture is not just an idealized, orientalist dream of timeless temples, paddies, and white sand beaches. It’s a window into a more complex memory of an equally complex place, distorted village amplifiers mixing with shrieking insects, music recorded in urban dorm rooms mingling with the sounds of a studio across the world. Dijf may have been on the island for less than two weeks, but those ten days seem to have seeped into his bones.
Dijf Sanders is headlining a series of shows in his native Belgium together with Aural Archipelago favorites Thambunesia (sape’ from Kalimantan), Turikale (Batti-batti from Sulawesi) and Ata Ratu (Queen of Sumbanese jungga.) Dates are:
01/12/17 - Brussels
02/12/17 - Bruges
03/12/17 - Ghent
More info at the Europalia event page here.
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|Artist:||DJ Jackson feat Dasha|
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|Title of Album:||Protege mon chemin|
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|02||Magic kizomba||Sabrina Lia||3:51|
|03||Se ou||Sabrina Lia||3:20|
|04||Se reinventer||Sabrina Lia||3:47|
|06||Ragots a gogo||Sabrina Lia||3:40|
|07||Mon chemin||Sabrina Lia||3:37|
Sirusho / 2012-2017 Collection Количество релизов (альбомов / синглов / EP/ сборников) : 6 Жанр : Pop, Armenian Contemporary Folk Страна-производитель диска : Armenia Год издания диска : 2012-2017 Издатель (лейбл) : Sirusho Production, Ardini Studio Страна : Армения Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 01:13:37 Источник : собственный рип Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи : да Треклист : #77 01 - PreGomesh #77 01 - See (feat.
Maurice Louca "Benhayyi Al-Baghbaghan (Salute the Parrot)" Место рождения артиста : Cairo ~ Cairo ~ Egypt Жанры альбома : Arabic Pop ~ Mahraganat ~ Arabic Music Аудио данные : FLAC (*.flac) ~ lossless ~ tracks ~ web Издатель : Nawa Recordings (UK) ~ NAWA 002 Источник : redacted.
Artist: Ecué Tumba
Title Of Album: En un Solar de Pogoloti
Release Date: 2003
Label: Envidia (A70 7088), Spain
Genre: Rumba, Cubana, Latin
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue+covers)
Length: 56:00 min
Total Size: 375 MB (+5%)
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01. Four Simple Words 04:57
02. I Still Believe 03:46
03. The Next Storm 03:35
04. Recovery 03:28
05. The Road 03:57
06. Long Live The Queen 03:27
07. Glorious You 03:16
08. Plain Sailing Weather 04:01
09. I Knew Prufrock Before He Got Famous 03:13
10. Wessex Boy 03:34
11. The Opening Act Of Spring 03:02
12. Polaroid Picture 03:42
13. Mittens 04:31
14. If Ever I Stray 02:54
15. The Way I Tend To Be 03:43
16. The Ballad Of Me And My Friends 02:33
17. Photosynthesis 04:13
18. Get Better 02:48
19. There She Is 03:46
20. Photosynthesis (Songbook Version) 04:12
21. The Way I Tend To Be (Songbook Version) 04:15
22. Glorious You (Songbook Version) 03:52
23. Josephine (Songbook Version) 04:37
24. Polaroid Picture (Songbook Version) 05:01
25. Love 40 Down (Songbook Version) 03:14
26. I Am Disappeared (Songbook Version) 05:28
27. Broken Piano (Songbook Version) 05:33
28. Long Live The Queen (Songbook Version) 03:42
29. The Ballad Of Me And My Friends (Songbook Version) 02:59
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Rhino will continue their Ramones archive releases with a 40th anniversary super deluxe edition of the band’s third album, Rocket to Russia.
The 1977 album is reissued as a 3CD+LP set and features two mixes of the album: a remastered version of the original and a new 40th Anniversary ‘Tracking Mix’ by original Rocket To Russia engineer/mixer Ed Stasium. The latter provides a ‘back-to-basics’ version of the album, and has a different track listing from the 1977 original. Stasium explains things in the sleeve notes: “When putting together this new Tracking Mix, I decided to include the versions of ‘I Don’t Care’ and ‘It’s A Long Way Back to Germany,’ since they were recorded during the Rocket To Russia sessions at Mediasound, and are completely different takes that have never been heard before. Sheena has been omitted, as it was recorded in a totally different session a few months prior, in-between the Leave Home and Rocket To Russia albums.” Both of these are squeezed onto the first CD.
The second CD contains 24 rare and unreleased recordings including rough mixes from sessions at Mediasound and The Power Station. There’s also an early version of Needles And Pins (with Tommy on drums), the B-side single mix of Babysitter, an alternate version of It’s A Long Way Back To Germany with Dee Dee on vocals and more.
The final CD includes a complete unreleased concert included on the third disc. The gig is from 19 Dember 1977 at the Apollo Centre in Glasgow, Scotland. This has been newly mixed from the multi-track tapes by Ed Stasium.
Alan Stivell - À L'Olympia Жанр : Folk Rock, Prog Rock, Celtic Носитель : LP Год выпуска : 1972 Лейбл : Fontana - 6399 005 Страна-производитель : France Аудио кодек : FLAC Тип рипа : tracks+.
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1. I Guess I Showed Her (3:48)
2. Still Around (4:38)
3. T-Bone Shuffle (6:28)
4. Right Next Door (Because Of Me) (4:57)
5. Smoking Gun (5:29)
6. More Than I Can Stand (4:36)
7. Bad Influence (3:57)
8. Playing In The Dirt (4:56)
9. Porch Light (6:23)
10. Foul Play (4:52)
11. Phone Booth (4:09)
12. False Accusations (Feat. Stevie Ray Vaughan) (5:40)
13. Cray/SRV Jam (Feat. Stevie Ray Vaughan) (7:13)
14. Band Introduction (2:17)
15. New Blood (Feat. Stevie Ray Vaughan) (6:26)
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“The Chicago Super Blues Revisited” is Jasmine’s homage to the two superb albums “Super Blues” and “The Super Super Blues Band”, which contained these great bluesmen playing together. Here the concept is different as these three giants of Chicago blues are not performing together but what is presented are both sides of their 45s released after Jasmine’s respective previous releases.
These artists personify the Chicago blues and this collection of marvellous recordings catches them before global fame took them to greater heights. Features “You Shook Me”, “You Need Love”, “Wang-Dang-Doodle”, “I Ain’t Superstitious” and many more superb songs that influenced the UK blues boom.