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    Tales Of Justine were one of those bands that came along at the outset of UK Psychedelia in the mid to late 60s but their pop dabbling soon lost them the “head” audience as the fashion went more towards heavy, experimental jamming rather than their snappy but trippy songs. Though they (and bands like them), never quite cut the mustard with the hip crowd back then, time on the whole has been kind to them and the type of “caught between two stools” late 60s Psych-Pop that they turned out has subsequently found favour with people all over the world that were too young to experience the Summer Of Love themselves, but wise to the value of a good tune well performed. That’s the odd thing about Psychedelia in broad terms – it worked as expansive, highly experimental underground music but somehow also as an intricate, “instant-nostalgia” pop art format. Justine clearly fitted comfortably into the later group.

    This collection contains everything that Tales Of Justine laid down on tape at the time, along with a couple of solo David Daltrey recordings, all which glisten with the hope and heady atmosphere of that moment nearly 50 years back now. You also get the full, convoluted story in David Wells’ excellent sleeve-notes in the booklet (Wells’ release of the same name on his Tenth Plant imprint nearly 20 years ago presented more Tales Of Justine material for the first time and forms the backbone of what is presented here) to accompany the jaw-dropping beauty on show here amongst the songs.

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    Michel Benita, Ethics - River Silver (2016) [HDTracks]

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    This 4 CD features three of the Prince’s four final shows BEFORE Atlanta 2016. These took place in Toronto and Montreal, Canada, March 2016.

    Disc One
    01-Piano & A Microphone Tour Intro I – Confluence (instr.) (John Williams – Memoirs Of A Geisha)
    02-Piano & A Microphone Tour Intro II – The Departure (instr.) (Gabriel Yared – L’amant)
    03-I Would Die 4 U
    04-Baby, I’m A Star
    05-The Ballad Of Dorothy Parker
    06-Dolphin_ Heroes (David Bowie)
    07-I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man
    08-Use Me (Bill Withers)
    09-How Come U Don’t Call Me Anymore (edits)
    10-Waiting In Vain (Bob Marley) (edits)_ If I Was Your Girlfriend
    11-Eye Love U, But Eye Don’t Trust U Anymore
    13-A Million Days
    14-Black Sweat
    16-Little Red Corvette_ Dirty Mind_ Linus And Lucy (Vince Guaraldi)
    17-The Beautiful Ones
    18-Take Me With U
    19-Raspberry Beret
    20-Starfish And Coffee
    21-Paisley Park
    22-Purple Music_ Free Urself w_ reprise

    Disc Two
    01-Nothing Compares 2 U
    02-Purple Rain
    03-Big City
    05-Look At Me, Look At U_ A Case Of U
    06-U Got The Look (blues)
    07-The Question Of U (instr.)
    08-Elephants & Flowers
    09-I Feel For You
    11-I Would Die 4 U
    12-Baby, I’m A Star
    13-Little Red Corvette_ Dirty Mind
    14-The Ballad Of Dorothy Parker_ Four
    15-Brazilian Tune (instr.)
    16-I Love U In Me
    17-Paisley Park
    18-How Come U Don’t Call Me Anymore
    19-1.000 Xs & Os
    20-Somewhere Here On Earth_ Diamonds And Pearls
    22-New Position

    Disc Three
    01-Piano & A Microphone Tour Intro I – Confluence (instr.) (John Williams – Memoirs Of A Geisha)
    02-Piano & A Microphone Tour Intro II – The Departure (instr.) (Gabriel Yared – L’amant)
    03-Joy In Repetition
    05-Look At Me, Look At U
    06-The Most Beautiful Girl In The World
    07-I Feel For You
    09-Little Red Corvette_ Dirty Mind_ Linus And Lucy (Vince Guaraldi)
    10-Elephants & Flowers
    11-I Would Die 4 U
    12-Baby, I’m A Star
    14-Black Muse
    15-Take Me With U
    16-Raspberry Beret
    17-Starfish And Coffee
    18-Paisley Park
    19-Black Sweat
    21-First encore break
    22-How Come U Don’t Call Me Anymore
    23-Waiting In Vain (Bob Marley)_ If I Was Your Girlfriend
    24-A Case Of U (Joni Mitchell)
    25-Second encore break

    Disc Four
    01-Purple Music w_ Free Urself (chant)
    02-Nothing Compares 2 U
    03-Third encore break
    05-Somewhere Here On Earth
    06-Diamonds And Pearls
    07-The Beautiful Ones
    08-Purple Rain
    09-Revelation (studio version with live ending from Paisley Park Sound Stage, 19 April 2015)
    10-BET Awards 2016_ Introduction by Dave Chappelle (Microsoft Theater, L.A., CA, 26 June 2016)
    11-The Ballad Of Dorothy Parker by Erykah Badu and The Roots (BET Awards, L.A., CA, 26 June 2016)
    12-The Beautiful Ones by Bilal and The Roots (BET Awards, L.A., CA, 26 June 2016)
    13-Tell Me Something Good by Prince and Stevie Wonder (BET Awards, L.A., CA, 27 June 2006)
    14-Take Me With U by Stevie Wonder and Tori Kelly (BET Awards, L.A., CA, 26 June 2016)
    15-Purple Rain by Jennifer Hudson (BET Awards, L.A., CA, 26 June 2016)
    16-Nothing Compares 2 U by Maxwell (BET Awards, L.A., CA, 26 June 2016)
    17-Medley of Delirious, Kiss, Pop Life, I Would Die 4 U by Janelle Monae (BET Awards, L.A., CA, 26 J
    18-Medley Finale by Sheila E. Allstars (BET Awards, L.A., CA, 26 June 2016)
    19-Versace Men’s Spring Summer 2017 Show, Milan, Italy, 18 June 2016

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    By singing and writing a song in Choctaw, singer-songwriter Samantha Crain is trying to push the culture past its colonial influence.

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    Kjetil Møster | Jeff Parker | Joshua Abrams | Josh Herndon
    Ran Do
    (Clean Feed, 2017)
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    Ada Rave Trio
    The Sea, The Storm and the Full Moon
    (Clean Feed, 2017)
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    Download Pandit_Shrikant_Mishra--The_Tradition_Of_Dhrupad_On_Pakhawaj-1996-i8 Free
    Artist: Pandit Shrikant Mishra
    Title of Album: The Tradition Of Dhrupad On Pakhawaj
    Genre: Ethnic
    Year of Release: 1996
    Tracks: 5
    Total Time: 1 hour, 2 minutes and 55 seconds
    Format: MP3
    Bitrate: 193 Kbps
    Total Size: 86.97 MB

    # Song Title Artist Time
    01 Track01 Pandit Shrikant Mishra 2:47
    02 Track02 Pandit Shrikant Mishra 24:07
    03 Track03 Pandit Shrikant Mishra 4:47
    04 Track04 Pandit Shrikant Mishra 20:58
    05 Track05 Pandit Shrikant Mishra 10:16

    Release: Pandit_Shrikant_Mishra–The_Tradition_Of_Dhrupad_On_Pakhawaj-1996-i8

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    With a steady croon across a buoyant melody, Christian Lee Hutson welcomes listeners to his sophomore album with a pleasantly low-key invitation in the form of “One, Two, Three”. Its a considerably greater down-home picture than the acoustic, Americana-flavored inflections paint it offbeat, lo-fi blues of 2013’s The Hell With It opener “Texico”, but easier listening doesn’t pave way for a worse-off time. A quiet confidence exudes from Hutson’s grit-tinged vocal as he handles the miniature journey crafted by the rollicking folk-influenced opener like never before – a telltale sign that, in the two years since his debut album, he has become more relaxed in his skin as an artist. It’s his best song so far by a miles-long stretch, and a defining moment on the album.

    That said, as with his previous effort, Hutson doesn’t merely decide to stay in a singular soundscape without his fair share of musical meandering. “One, Two, Three” follow-up “Playing Dead” plays with a lo-fi rock inflections, whereas “That’ll Do” takes the classic Bright Eyes technique of finding something worthy of a tune in melodramatic imperfection and runs with it, though with a dependably balanced delivery more akin to the key of Elliott Smith. Hutson goes on to further his musical portfolio with the wah-wah friendly doo-wop progressions of “I Do Mean Well” with a jagged trill, and the old soul-meets-haunting electronica melodies and instrumentation of “Dirty Little Cheat”.

    One would think that, for one as musically inclined as Christian Lee Hutson, a great album would just about come easy. However, even with all of the aforementioned above being said, even with Hutson’s abilities as a songwriter reaching greater experimental heights, and even as he gains more stock in himself as an overall performer, there is still something distinctive missing from his general presentation. Regardless of the impressive stylistic design of the track, Hutson proves himself to be more of an engineer than a singer.

    Though there is emotion to be had, the overall delivery of his lyrics oftentimes comes off as one-track and trite, making it hard to uncover them from beneath the blanket of clever arrangements and slick production. It may have been the intention to make them second-rate on tracks like “Castle in the Air” or “Ghost To Coast”, both of which feature wildly unique instrumentation but ultimately fail to transition beyond the overarching Americana infrastructure of Yeah Okay, I Know enough to warrant not invoking a feeling beyond sardonic into his work. With that said, however, small tinges of genuine yearning and actual dynamism are to be cherry-picked from the album, and in it come its greatest moments. He strikes a chord midway through “Ghost To Coast” for an iota of a moment, and “No Apologies, Please” and “Late November”, despite their equally sleepy pace, are truly affecting.

    As it stands, it seems like Hutson is at a crossroads between Yeah Okay, I Know and however many dues are paid in between it and the next album. Yeah Okay, I Know is a work brimming with promise for the young singer-songwriter, and for what it’s worth, is a definite step-up from his previous effort in To Hell With It. With that said, there is still some way to go before he hits that intangible line that defines an artist who has totally filled their shoes.

    All in all, the album has shown remarkable growth for Hutson, especially in the line of production and crafting his own muted instrumental atmosphere. Right now, however, he’s in this bizarre space between Dave Van Ronk and Radiohead while lacking the pertinent substance of either. Going beyond semi-brilliant experimentation, letting go of any studious tendencies, and letting loose will be key for Hutson to really hit his stride as a troubadour. As it stands, he’s all of the right parts without the sum.

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  • 12/04/17--17:14: Strange Angels
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    On Wednesday, December 6, Bodega Pop Live spins the Biafran godfather of Nigerian rock, a Turkish casino star cut down by the mob at age 24, the flattest singer in ultra-vertical Hong Kong, Burma’s psychedelic synth-pop answer to yacht rock, the Pakistani ingénue who brought Bollywood to its knees, and the Russian studio producer who secretly recorded the most psychedelic bedroom tapes of all time.

    Bookmark the page and see you Wednesday night

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    [Label: Habibi Funk Records | Cat#: HABIBI007]

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    3. Attarazat Addahabia – Unknown (4:17)
    4. Jalil Bennis & Golden Hands – Mirza (2:16)
    5. Sharhabeel Ahmed – Argos Farfish (4:38)
    6. Belbao – Casablanca Shuffle (3:03)
    7. Mallek Mohamed – Rouhi Ya Hafida (4:02)
    8. Freh Khodja – La Coladera (3:09)
    9. Kamal Keila – Al Asafir (5:20)
    10. Ahmed Malek – Tape 19.11 (2:46)
    11. Hamid El Shaeri – Ayonha (3:41)
    12. Ahmed Malek – Bossa (2:43)
    13. Samir & Abboud – Games (3:27)
    14. Al Massrieen – Sah (3:44)
    15. Gharbi Sadok & Georges Garzia – Lala Tibki (3:16)
    16. Dalton – Soul Brother (3:42)

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    Lions Head – Golden / The Night B4 Xmas (2017) [24bit Hi-Res EP] FLAC (tracks)
    Artist: Lions Head | Album: Golden / The Night B4 Xmas | Released: 2017 | Genre: Pop

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    Louis Tomlinson – Miss You (2017) FLAC (tracks)
    Artist: Louis Tomlinson | Album: Miss You | Released: 2017 | Genre: Pop

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    BØRNS – Dopamine (2016) [24bit Hi-Res] FLAC (tracks)
    Artist: BØRNS | Album: Dopamine | Released: 2016 | Genre: Pop Rock, Alternative Pop

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    Artist: Philip Catherine & Martin Wind Duo Art | Album: New Folks | Released: 2014 | Genre: Jazz

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    Artist: Joe Feeney | Album: Joe Feeney Sings For Heaven’s Sake 1967 | Released: 2017 | Genre: Jazz

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    Chuck Owen & The Jazz Surge – Whispers On The Wind (2017) [24bit Hi-Res] FLAC (tracks)
    Artist: Chuck Owen & The Jazz Surge | Album: Whispers On The Wind | Released: 2017 | Genre: Jazz

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    Miles Davis And His Quintet – Miles And His Quintet (2017) FLAC (tracks)
    Artist: Miles Davis And His Quintet | Album: Miles And His Quintet | Released: 2017 | Genre: Jazz

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    Louis Alter with Dusya Borodoff (Дуся Бородова) / I Remember Old Russia In Song and Dances Жанр : russian folk Носитель : СD Страна исполнителя (группы) : USA Год издания : 200Х Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 33:34 Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи : да Треклист : 1 Тоска по Родине 2 Что мне горе 3 Разбитая жизнь 4 Забыты нежные лобзания 5 Новое Попурри Старой России 6 Бубенцы 7 Цыганская идилия 8 Ах эти чёрные глаза 9 Дубинушка 10 Цыганская жизнь Вокал Дуся Бородова.

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     Meridian Rising is not your typical album, and that is a good thing. Nashville-based singer/songwriter Paul Burch has created a nearly hour-long song-cycle about Jimmie Rodgers that serves as something like a musical documentary about legendary American musician.Burch does a wonderful job taking significant moments in Rodgers’ life and dramatizing them in songs. His songs are stuffed with colorful details but you don’t feel like you’re listening to a history lesson. Burch really evokes the world that Rodgers’ inhabited, from his days growing up poor in Meridian to his on-the-road misadventures in New Orleans and San Antonio and his dying days in New York City.

    While each song tells an interesting story about Rodgers’ life, several stand out beyond the context of this conceptual work. “Cadillacin’,” which looks at Rodgers’ early success as a musician, is a revved-up roadhouse number with a proto-rocker vibe, while “To Paris (With Regrets)” sparkles with a gypsy jazz flair. “The Girl I Sawed In Half” and “Gunter Hotel Blues” both are darkly humorous tunes that showcase Burch’s nimble wordplay.

    Burch doesn’t try to imitate Rodgers’ musical style, although he does inject a yodel every now and then. Instead, he draws upon the various strands of music that Rodgers’ utilized, intermingling jazz, blues, folk and country into a spirited mix of early 20th century American roots music. Helping him create this vital, vintage sound is a cast of talented players, including Billy Bragg, Jon Langford, Garry Tallent, Richard Bennett, Tim O’Brien, Dennis Couch, Jen Gunderman and Fats Kaplin.

    Throughout his career, Burch has demonstrated his love for music from the past; it’s no coincidence that the name of his longtime backing band WPA Ballclub references the famous 1930’s New Deal program. Burch’s work has regularly received critical accolades; however, he has aimed higher on his 10th release and hit a bull’s-eye. #Meridian Rising# is an ambitious work that succeeds both as a well-researched, engaging look at Jimmie Rodgers’ life and as a terrific set of lively songs that are rooted in pre-war American music traditions.

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    01. Tonada De Luna Llena (6:28)
    02. Mechita (2:42)
    03. La Lambada (Chorando Se Foi) (6:56)
    04. Loca (5:01)
    05. Estranha Forma De Vida (3:23)
    06. Vestida De Nit (5:53)
    07. Ai, Ai, Ai (3:08)
    08. Gallo Rojo, Gallo Negro (6:26)
    09. Nao Sei (4:41)
    10. Corrandes D’Exili (6:27)
    11. Hallelujah (5:31)

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