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- 12/10/17--10:05: VA - Golden Afrique Vol.1 (2005)
- 12/10/17--10:05: Indialusia - Acatao [CD-Rip] (2014)
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- 12/10/17--10:07: Anders Parker – The Man Who Fell From Earth (2017)
- 12/10/17--10:29: Reggae Monster Originals Volume 6, Various Artists
- 12/10/17--10:44: 345 Música sin usura 10-12-2017 goodbye, Cassini
- 12/10/17--11:04: VA - Golden Afrique Vol.3 (2006)
- 12/10/17--11:08: Partybreaks and Remixes 2606 (2017)
- 12/10/17--12:47: Nduduzo Makhathini – Ikhambi (2017)
- 12/10/17--15:06: Dan Melchior – Plays ‘The Greys’ (2016)
- 12/10/17--15:06: Dan Melchior – Road Not Driven (2017)
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- 12/10/17--21:31: Aretha Franklin – So Damn Happy (2003) [24bit Hi-Res] FLAC (tracks)
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Anticipating what direction Anders Parker will take on his next project is always a fool’s errand. With more than 20 years of recording music under his belt, each album seems to come along with a clear artistic vision distinct from whatever preceded it. On The Man Who Fell From Earth, his latest, Parker employs a simplified palette—working with just a string trio and pedal steel to accompany his acoustic guitar and vocals—to craft something more beautiful than most records have a right to be. And he pulls it off.
Ironically, considering the title, The Man Who Fell From Earth sounds particularly earthbound. The gentle motion of Parker’s guitar; the sound of his fingers sliding up and down the strings; the way those strings rattle and buzz on a harder strum; it grounds each song in a sense of intimacy, while the violins and the cellos give the whole thing a layer of soaring grandeur. It’s music that’s particularly easy to lose yourself within. Song after song, Parker conjures up the musical impression of some picturesque mountain landscape filled with blue skies and without a building in sight, far removed from the more human—though no less cerebral—troubles and thoughts that filter through in his lyrics.
Misschien was het je al opgevallen. De laatste weken zit ik weer
helemaal tot over m’n oren in de reggae. Alle oude platen komen
uit de kast en zo kwam ik op het idee voor deze zesde volume van
de Monster originals serie. Lekker een beetje van alles en nog wat.
Voor de liefhebbers, pak’em en draai’em snel..
The past few weeks I am completely captured by reggae again.
Pulling out all the old records and playing them all over again.
This is how I got to the idea to make another Reggae Monster
originals, it is the sixth volume in the series. It contains a bit
of everything. For the lovers, get it and spread it..
01 – Doctor Alimantado – She wreng ep
02 – Sugar Minott – Walking through the ghetto
03 – Lui Lepke – Stepmother
04 – Junior Byles – Curley locks
05 – Big Youth – Woolf in sheep clothing
06 – George Dekker – Time hard
07 – Johnny Osbourne – Can’t buy love
08 – Jah Lion – Colombia Colly
09 – Eek-a-Mouse – Live at aces international
10 – Cornel Campbell – You’re my lady
11 – Yellowman & Fathead – Pon wee line
12 – Welton Irie – Obeah man
13 – Tapper Zukie – Leggo violence
14 – The Rass-Es – Nobody here but me
15 – Peter Metro – Get on down
16 – Massive Dread – Bubble her in a ja
17 – Lui Lepki – Penitentiary
18 – Barrington Levy – If you give to me
19 – Derrick Lara – You have changed
20 – Gregory Isaacs – Sweeter the victorie
Recorremos la geografía y sus músicas.
Para más detalles:
TIME AND TRACK LIST
01.-00:01:16 dorantes - caravana de los zincalis (nueva versión)
02.-00:08:28 nigel kennedy and the kroke band - t 4.2
03.-00:14:32 david Wells - winter's chill
04.-00:21:04 dorantes - y el tiempo
05.-00:26:15 dorantes - semblanzas un rio (nueva versión)
06.-00:34:42 all them witches - internet
07.-00:45:36 pilgrim's rest - my mportion
08.-00:49:56 arrow & ember - eyes on the prize
09.-00:57:01 sinouj (feat. munir hossn) - essaouira
10.-01:06:05 blake hazard - oh anatolia white sea
11.-01:12:41 hanah - out of touch
12.-01:15:49 sleeping at last - cassini grand finale i. iniziare (aka “sept. 15th 2017 cassini grand finale”)
13.-01:25:02 sleeping at last - cassini grand finale ii. kanna (cassini goodbye)
14.-01:29:46 sleeping at last - cassini grand finale iii. amaiera (cassini goodbye)
15.-01:36:38 thea gilmore - think of me
Artist: Various Performers
Title: Partybreaks and Remixes
Style: Future Bass, Caribbean, Trap, Twerk, Latin, Electro, Reggaeton, Moombahton, Afrobeat
Release Date: 27-06-2017
Format: CD, Compilation
Quality: 320 Kbps/Joint Stereo/44100Hz
Tracks: 71 Tracks
Size: 660 Mb / 04:47:47 Min
Every generation has its own leading lights. For the current generation of South African young jazz musicians, pianist, and composer, Nduduzo Makhathini stands as a key torchbearer. It’s useful to note the refreshing virtuosity with which the 34 years old jazzman articulates a decidedly spiritual vision of the world with the piano, and his compositional clarity.
Makhathini plays with a bright lyricism and a full sound pallet that gives him a markedly wide melodic vocabulary. His music is as open as it is invigorating. Makhathini commands the sort of remarkable talent and thematic focus that posits him among an illustrious pantheon of forbears. The late jazz pianist, Bheki Mseleku comes to mind as a musical stylist and visionary who sets…
…a lofty precedence. Their music shares a comparative searching sensibility along with a keen spiritual focus.
This is a quality that earned him the respect and camaraderie notable peers and elder jazzmen. Makhathini has toured extensively, and recorded with other strongly rooted titans like Zim Ngqawana, Busi Mhlongo, Feya Faku, Carlo Mombelli, Salim Washington and Herbie Tsaoeli to name a few. Their appreciation of music as something more than beautiful sounds ballasts Makhathini’s commitment to asking deeper questions with his music. This is not only owing to his virtuosity as a player but what he represents for the music in this part of the world. Makhathini is a consummate musician born and raised in uMgungundlovu in South Africa’s Kwa-Zulu Province. It’s significant historically as the royal capital of the Zulu king Dingane between 1828 and 1840, and one of several military complexes of the time. The area enjoys a convergence of a heritage of ritual practice and music. It’s important to note that the Zulu, in fact, African warrior code deeply relies on music for motivation and healing. This twin heritage of music and spirituality is central to understanding of a Makhathini’s musical project and vision and as jazz man. However, this is only one part of his vast roots. Makhathini’s late father, Sibusiso was a singing guitarist. It’s an occupation that enjoys deep history in Southern Africa too. Think Maskandi music here. Sibusiso ploughed music into his family life. It was in one of his isicathamiya outfits that young Makhathini got his first taste of life as a musician; this along with important piano lessonsand mentorship Makhathini got from his mother, Nomajerusalema. She was also responsible for raising her son immersed in a life of choirs and church music. This elegant mix of heritage and modern sensibilities underscores Makhathini’s new project; his first with Universal, iKhambi. The record takes its title from a Zulu word used by traditional doctors and herbalists to refer to a mix or concoction of healing herbs. Makhathini is mindful of music making as a process not unlike a mixing of sonic elements that heal. So, in the context of this record, ikhambi speaks to ‘a projection of a healing energy through a sonic experience’. Bearing in mind that Makhathini is himself a healer too, it possible to conceive of him as a kind of musical activist on behalf of African traditions of healing. He recently delivered a TEDX talk in Gaborone which looked at ‘A new look towards ubungoma practices and articulations.’ ubungoma is a Zulu word that refers to the gift and practice of healing and divination – the word ngoma means song. Hence music, often drumming and dance are central to the spiritual rituals.
Beyond his proven prowess as a brilliant pianist, Makhathini is also an astute producer with a sharp ear for harnessing the best possible sounds of other creative musicians. The successes of the records that bears his contribution. This accounts for his award-winning pedigree. We count his SA Music AWARD winner Best Jazz album and Standard Bank Young Artist Award winner for 2015. He has produced for a number of notable award winning and nominees: Mbuso Khoza ‘Zilindile’: won best contemporary jazz album at the 2013 Metros; Lindiwe Maxolo ‘Time’: Nominated best jazz album at the 2013 SAMA’s; Sisa Sopazi ‘Images and Figures’: Nominated best jazz album at the 2014 SAMA’s; Tumi Mogorosi ‘Project Elo’: Nominated best jazz album at the 2014 SAMA’s; Thandiswa Mazwai ‘Belede’: Nominated best urban jazz album at the 2017 Metros; So far, Makhathini has released six albums as a band leader: ‘Sketches of Tomorrow’; ‘Mother Tongue’: nominated for best jazz album at the 2015 SAMA’s; ‘Listening To The Ground’: nominated for best urban jazz album at MMA’s 2016 and Best Jazz Album SAMA 2016; ‘Matunda Ya Kwanza’; ‘Icilongo-The African Peace Suite’; ‘Inner Dimensions’; Reflections (solo piano). This rapidly growing catalogue was made in part possible by a creative and life partnership he shares withhis wife, Omagugu who he describes as “my anchor and partner.” Together they built the platform though which his earlier records were released, Gundu Entertainment. Makhathini is active as an educator too. He is head of the music department at Fort Hare University in the Eastern Cape. He is also reading for his master’s degree with Stellenbosch University. As an awardwinning player, Makhathini is ever in demands as a headline act on the international jazz festival circuit. He recently headlined National Arts Festival, Standard Bank Joy of Jazz, Cape Town International Jazz Festival, Essence Festival both in New Orleans and South Africa, International Jazz Extravaganza in Durban, SA. Makhathini star continues to rise and as his musical vision broadens.
01. Amathambo [11:13]
02. Ithemba [9:56]
03. Umthakathi (1st Movement) [6:54]
04. Umthakathi (2nd Movement) [3:05]
05. Umthakathi (3rd Movement) [4:33]
06. Holy, Holy [3:56]
07. Umlahlankosi [7:49]
08. Impande (1st Movement) [0:37]
09. Impande (2nd Movement) [7:30]
10. Impande (3rd Movement) [2:24]
11. Innocent Child [6:27]
12. Windows Of Our Hearts [4:46]
13. Umakhelwane [6:33]
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Dan’s latest offering is a superb collection of songs and sonic vignettes that dips down deep into life’s trenches. Here, where light has to fight to be noticed, misery, monotony and melancholy mingle and bleed into one another. Accordingly, Dan doesn’t play the blues, he plays the greys. Plays The Greys is a patchwork album, but don’t let that imply carelessness. Each odd juxtaposition serves a purpose and illuminates its surroundings like a torch in the night. Part one and part two of the title track are perfect examples of Dan’s decidedly non-academic approach to musique concrete’s a-musical gestures. Field recordings bump up against back-porch guitar plucking that morphs into radio declarations by the good Christians among us.
320 kbps | 71 MB | LINKS
Dan Melchior’s ‘Road Not Driving’ is a 12-inch EP that covers a fair amount of ground during its generous runtime.
1.I Got A Feeling 05:27
2.Another Oil Spill 05:20
3.Cold Town 02:57
5.Bus Stop Ghouls 03:39
6.Rd Nt Drvng 03:39
320 kbps | 83 MB | LINKS
This Sondheim collection follows album-length explorations of Dylan, Cohen and Lennon and McCartney and it began as a live project. It is Sondheim stripped bare: just Collins and her long-time pianist Russell Walden and 10 songs, not all of them obvious picks, from shows including Merrily We Roll Along (“Not a Day Goes By”), Sweeney Todd (“Not While I’m Around”), Sunday in the Park with George (“Move On”, “Finishing the Hat”) and, of course, A Little Night Music (“Liaisons” and “Send in the Clowns”). There’s also “I’m Still Here”, Carlotta’s big number from Follies. There’s none of the brassiness often associated with the song, Collins breezy rather than emphatic and strident though, like Carlotta, she too is a great survivor. That is, of course, the nature of her voice: pure, light, true – even at 77, in remarkably good nick.
1. No One Is Alone (3:07)
2. Finishing The Hat (2:55)
3. Not While I’m Around (2:52)
4. Take Me To The World (2:54)
5. Liasons (4:58)
6. Move On (3:56)
7. Send In The Clowns (3:58)
8. Not A Day Goes By (3:26)
9. I’m Still Here (4:48)
10. Anyone Can Whistle (2:40)
The Lil Smokies • Changing Shades Жанр : Progressive Bluegrass Страна : USA (Missoula, MT) Год издания : 2017 Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 00:35:03 Наличие сканов : нет Источник релиза : Lossless 01.
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