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- 12/10/17--04:07: Suzanne Vega – The Bottom Line, New York, May 24th 1986 (2017)
- 12/10/17--05:07: Leonard Cohen – The End of Love – Zurich Broadcast 1993 (2016)
- 12/10/17--05:26: The Transcendence Orchestra Modern Methods For Ancient Rituals
- 12/10/17--07:07: Hip Hop Reggae Mix Vol 1 (2017)
- 12/10/17--08:49: Oskar Cartaya – Bajo Mundo (2017)
- 12/10/17--09:06: Harlan T. Bobo – Hector, a History of Violence (2017)
- 12/10/17--09:06: Last Leaves – Other Towns Than Ours (2017)
- 12/10/17--10:05: Rats - Afternoon High (2006)
- 12/10/17--10:05: Ethnic Heritage Ensemble - Freedom Jazz Dance (1999)
- 12/10/17--10:05: Michel Benita, Ethics - River Silver (2016) [HDTracks]
- 12/10/17--10:05: Sacred Spirit - Collection (1994 - 2003)
- 12/10/17--10:05: Mohicans - Chapter 1 (2003)
- 12/10/17--10:05: Mohicans - Chapter 2 (2003)
- 12/10/17--10:05: VA - Top De La Salsa (1996)
- 12/10/17--10:05: Samuel Yirga - The Habasha Sessions (2011)
. official site • wiki (en) • allmusic • youtube . Zac Brown Band Discography | 11 albums + 2 ep's | 1999 - 2017 . . Цитата: Zac Brown Band - американская кантри-группа из города Атланта, штат Джорджия.
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01. Tom’s Diner
03. Some Journey
04. Conversation 1
05. Small Blue Thing
09. The Queen And The Soldier
10. Knight Of The Moves
11. Conversation 2
13. Straight Lines
14. Freeze Tag
15. Conversationt 3
16. Marlene On The Wall
17. Conversation 4
18. Left Of Center
19. Conversation 5
20. Neighborhood Girls
21. Conversation 6
22. Black Widow Center
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Leonard Cohen s 1993 world tour may well have been the man s last had he not discovered in 2004 that his manager had been embezzling his earnings – leaving him with little from his long career in music and publishing to assist in providing a comfortable retirement. After a protracted legal battle, he once again took to the stage, at the age of 73, for his first tour in 15 years. The shows undertaken were of course magnificent, but it would be rather heartless to suggest this made the whole sordid affair any less contemptable. This latter day touring has resulted in a slew of live releases from his record company, Columbia. Tours for I m Your Man and The Future were not served anything like so well however, with a paltry single volume representing dates from both jaunts, and nothing in the way of an entire concert recording emerging. The release of this double CD changes this state of affairs however, presenting as it does Leonard s complete performance, recorded for FM Broadcast, at Zurich s Kongresshaus on 21st May 1993. A long term underground favourite among tape collectors, the perfection of the audio quality alongside a quite sublime performance make for one of the finest ever live Cohen albums.Tracklist:
01 Dance Me to the End of Love (Live at the Kongresshaus, 06:10
02 The Future (Live at the Kongresshaus, Zurich, Switzerla 07:15
03 Ain’t No Cure for Love (Live at the Kongresshaus, Zuric 05:50
04 Bird on the Wire (Live at the Kongresshaus, Zurich, Swi 07:04
05 Everybody Knows (Live at the Kongresshaus, Zurich, Swit 06:08
06 Anthem (Live at the Kongresshaus, Zurich, Switzerland 1 06:26
07 First We Take Manhattan (Live at the Kongresshaus, Zuri 05:55
08 Avalanche (Live at the Kongresshaus, Zurich, Switzerlan 04:43
09 Chelsea Hotel #2 (Live at the Kongresshaus, Zurich, Swi 04:00
10 Tower of Song (Live at the Kongresshaus, Zurich, Switze 05:49
11 Democracy (Live at the Kongresshaus, Zurich, Switzerlan 08:02
12 Waiting for the Miracle (Live at the Kongresshaus, Zuri 09:05
13 I’m Your Man (Live at the Kongresshaus, Zurich, Switzer 05:50
14 Joan of Arc (Live at the Kongresshaus, Zurich, Switzerl 07:01
15 Closing Time (Live at the Kongresshaus, Zurich, Switzer 07:33
16 Take This Waltz (Live at the Kongresshaus, Zurich, Swit 07:22
17 Sisters of Mercy (Live at the Kongresshaus, Zurich, Swi 06:38
18 Hallelujah (Live at the Kongresshaus, Zurich, Switzerla 07:59
19 I Tried to Leave You (Live at the Kongresshaus, Zurich, 11:15
20 So Long Marianne (Live at the Kongresshaus, Zurich, Swi 05:45
21 There Is a War (Live in Boston 1993) 07:06
22 The Future (Live from Canadian Tv 1993) 07:12
The Transcendence Orchestra
Modern Methods For Ancient Rituals
(Editions Mego, 2017)
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. Lynn Anderson Rose Garden (CD, Compilation, American country music singer - Born September 26, 1947 in Grand Forks, North Dakota and died July 30, 2015 in Nashville, Tennessee.) . Жанр : Folk, World, & Country Носитель : CD Страна-производитель диска (релиза) : Netherlands Год издания : 1999 Издатель (лейбл) : Life Time Номер по каталогу : LT 5108 Страна исполнителя (группы) : United States Аудиокодек : FLAC (*.
No matter where you look this year – at least in the realm of Latin-Jazz – you are unlikely to find a recording where the bass is played with greater melodic beauty than here on Bajo Mundo by the Puerto Rican musician Oskar Cartaya. It is also true that no attempt has been made to ‘lose’ the rhythmic role of the instrument – whether in its electric fretted or fretless incarnation, or as the more traditional contrabass. If anything Cartaya makes it a point to emphasise this rhythmic character. However, Cartaya simply leans naturally towards melodicism and because he is so gifted his ability to present the bass as both a melodic and harmonic instrument as well is simply sublime, and, it becomes necessary to stress, that too in the kind of company he keeps on this recording.
Actually, the title Bajo Mundo may also even be a slightly underwhelming title to the extent that it suggests that the music on this album is all about the bass, when it is actually much more than that. And Oskar Cartaya celebrates this in his own inimitable way. It’s all about the music of Latin-Jazz, glorified in every one of thirteen original pieces on the disc. For all their teeming surfaces these works don’t have to be treated – and certainly are not treated – as virtuoso demonstrations. Sane, dedicated and gloriously balanced playing by Oskar Cartaya is always welcome, as is the clarity he brings to every aria-like lyrical phrase that literally makes the black dots come alive as melodies leap off the page. And so his technical mastery is never in question here.
What is more attractive as we go down the list of tunes from the witty “Truky Paco”, past “Mateo’s Lullaby”, “Tumbao Cachao” and down to “Almas Gemelas” we marvel more and more at the emotional contrasts Mr Cartaya generates. There are undoubtedly verve and poetry here. And everywhere they amount to communicative urgency and also encompass heightened states of spontaneity and abandon. Every once and a while the journey of his bass is adorned with something special: like on “Truky Paco” and “Los Del Sur”, where the bass comes into contact with the delicately textured and saturated ambience of the young violin virtuoso, Dayren Santamaria. On “Tumbao Cachao” the contrabass is played with a dynamic palette and the melody is articulated with tremendous tone-colour truly worthy of a master-craftsman, as he does while sharing the stage with his mentor, Justo Almario.
Later, when Oskar Cartaya is joined by Stanley Clarke on “A La 70’s SC Style”, Oskar Cartaya is eminently creative in his contrapuntal conversations with the great Mr Clarke. Here – as on “Flamencocho” with the Flamenco guitarist Andrés Valdéz, bailador and jaleo performer Manuel Gutierrez and Diego “El Negro” Alvarez on cajón, as he does likewise with Eligio Claudio ‘Prodigio’- the cuatro player on “Para Ti Latino (V2.0)”. Here his temperament is just that bit wilder as his sound becomes more resonant, his rubato more daring and his rhetoric more imperious. All this combines to give the feeling that there is more at stake in the music and that its ultimate melodic victories are more genuinely hard-won.
Personnel: Oskar Cartaya: bass; Chistopher R. Coleman: drums; Jonathan Montes: piano; Dayren Santamaria: violin; Tito De Gracia: all percussion; Alex Carballo: trombones; Frank Fontaine: sax; Arturo Solar: trumpet; Justo Almario: clarinet; Chelito De Castro: acordion; Waldo Madera: drums; Giovanni Hidalgo: congas, cua, guiro
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A few years after the break-up of much-loved Melbourne indie stalwarts The Lucksmiths, three quarters of the band quietly got together again as Last Leaves.
With songwriter and guitarist Marty Donald assuming vocal duties alongside longtime collaborators Louis Richter (guitar) and Mark Monnone (bass), and joined by drummer extraordinaire Noah Symons (Great Earthquake), they began work on a body of songs that – a few years later again – finally finds release in their remarkable debut album Other Towns Than Ours.
It’s been worth the wait. The ten songs here showcase a band already at the top of its game, from the perfect fuzz pop of first single ‘The World We Had’ and the irrepressible jangle of ‘Something Falls’ to darker moments like mesmeric closer ‘Where I Lived and What I Lived For’ and the downbeat Silver Jews swagger of ‘The Nights You Drove Me Home’ (“the past is just a single-star motel/It’s nowhere you should dwell/A room to rest awhile”).
Sounding like a lost classic from the Summershine imprint, ‘The Hinterland’ recounts a country convalescence: “From an upstairs window at your parents’ place/You saw the sun set where the highway cuts across the hinterland/Tail-lights fading in the twilight/It was more than you could stand”. Meanwhile, the off kilter, psychedelic-tinged country-soul(!) of ‘Third Thoughts’ finds cause for a lover’s lament in the glimpse of a road afforded by a newly fallen tree, and ‘Other Rivers’ showcases some impressive guitar work that will surely please the most zealous Lucksmiths fan.