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Anne Murray Жанр : Country Pop, Country Год выпуска диска : 1968-2013 Страна : June 20, 1945-, Springhill, NS, Canada Аудио кодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 192-320 kbps Продолжительность : 02:13:27:01 Albums: 01.
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Following a brief brush with country music, T-Bone Burnett’s seventh solo release, The Talking Animals, continues the studio rock he began in 1983 with Proof Through the Night. Burnett once again starts with basic rock, pop, and folk roots, which he wastes no time in subverting, adding assorted twists along the way. Along with co-producer and guitarist David Rhodes, he colors a foundation of steady rhythms driven by drummer Mickey Curry and bassist Tony Levin with affected and atmospheric guitars, as well as Mitchell Froom’s various keyboards. One exception is the Van Dyke Parks-arranged “Image,” with its swirling strings and one verse repeated in four different languages by Burnett and three guest vocalists (Cait O’Riordan, Rubén Blades, and Ludmilla). Here he sheds the bounds of the standard pop song format to create a piece that seems to have sprung from a Weill-Brecht musical. Lyrically, The Talking Animals, like his best work, can be scathing, searching, and surreal. Burnett explores uncertainty, longing, fear, lust, fantasy, greed, and eventually justice and mercy in his quest for “The Wild Truth” (the title of one of the album’s best tracks). Often criticized for preaching, Burnett seems to ask as much of himself as he does of the cast of characters here, even allowing one of them to denounce him in the wonderful final cut, “The Strange Case of Frank Cash and the Morning Paper” (although it’s T-Bone Burnett who gets the last word). Even with a few less than stellar songs, The Talking Animals is a strong, inspired record. Bono, Peter Case, and Tonio K. each co-write with Burnett, as well as lending support on vocals.
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Many Neil Young experts and collectors stake the claim that his December 10, 1989 Amsterdam show is his most legendary acoustic performance in his forty year career. This hyperbole is partially due to the exceptional sound quality of the radio recording. The most of the praise can be attributed to the time of the set. Coming at the end of the eighties and Young’s erratic artistic experimentations, this show follows by two months the release of Freedom that many critics hailed as a return to form. Whatever the case may be, this is one of the most intense performances by Young captured in pristine sound quality. Swingin’ Pig released the show soon after on Amsterdam ‘89 (Swingin’ Pig TSP CD 076) in 1990. Six songs, “Too Far Gone,” “Crime In The City,” “Eldorado,” “Hangin’ On A Limb,” “Someday,” “My My, Hey Hey” are found on disc five of the popular Perfect Echo set.
The radio tapes made in Amsterdam are among the very best in the world. They carry a richness of tone, depth and clarity that eludes many from the BBC and American stations. Releases that use these sources are almost guaranteed to be pristine and worthy of collection.
Young was joined on this tour by Frank Sampedro on guitar and mandolin and Ben Keith on dobro, keyboards, and vocals. it was very short with only seven shows in nine days beginning at the Teatro Smeraldo in Milan, Italy on December 5 and ending on December 13 at the Sportpaleis Ahoy’ in Rotterdam. Young joined The Alarm as a guest on “Rockin’ In The Free World” the following evening at The Ritz in New York City, but that isn’t really part of this tour. The set list is a good mix between new material from Freedom and classics.
The songs fly by rather quickly. Young hits some bum notes on the vocals during “Don’t Let It Bring You Down.” The seven-minute new track “Crime In The City” is given a vigorous workout and the audience responds to the consistent calls “good to be free!” Afterwards Young introduces Pancho (Sampedro) and they play a magnificent duet on “Eldorado.” Again the crystal clear recording accurately reproduces every note as they weave through the song. Afterwards Young brings Ben Keith afterwards. “What do you think, Ben? Is it all right? You can’t see a damn thing up here…if I played accordion I could walk around out there. I tried it in Italy but it didn’t work out very well. It’s a security test….Oh, it’s too cold! Jump!”
They play a version of “Too Far Gone” augmented by Pancho on mandolin and Keith on the clanging sound of the dobro. Even though this old song was only released as a full band rocking version on Freedom, they play it closer to the seventies arrangement. Afterwards Young dismisses them and continues with “This Note’s For You” alone. “How you doing out there? I got a broken string and the guitar wasn’t ready. Would you like to hear a new song or an old song? How about an old new song?” After tuning his harmonica he sits at the piano and plays an upbeat melody and says, “this is an old old song.” In this version he sing about how Mother Nature is “on the run in the twentieth century.”
After “Hanging On A Limb” someone in the audience shouts, “it’s beautiful!” “The dance??” Someone shouts out something about Bob Dylan and Young replies, “yes, this is something Bob Dylan wrote. Hey Ben, why don’t you come out here and help me with that Bob Dylan song, man? I love Bob, he never told anybody. Now there’s a friend. Ripped off his song, ripped off his whole sound.” After a short guitar and harmonica tuning he says, “I wrote that part.” After another guitar strum and harmonica blast he says, “Bob wrote that one” before they play “Heart Of Gold.” “Ohio” is dedicated to “a little Chinese boy… you might have seen him standing in front of a tank” referring to the events in Tiananmen Square that summer. The encore is a reprise of “Rockin’ In The Free World.
01. Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)
02. Rockin’ In The Free World
03. The Old Laughing Lady
04. Don’t Let It Bring You Down
06. Crime In The City
08. Too Far Gone
09. This Note’s For You
10. The Needle & The Damage Done
11. After The Goldrush
12. Hangin’ On A Limb
13. Heart Of Gold
15. Rockin’ In The Free World
Sam Sfirri & Taku Unami
(Hibari Music, 2017)
Title: Latino 2018
Label: Universal Music Division MCA
Copyright: 2017 MCA
Style: Dembow, Ragga, Dancehall, Toasting, Flamenco, Salsa, Cumbia
Release Date: 24-11-2017
Format: CD, Compilation
Quality: 320 Kbps/Joint Stereo/44100Hz
Tracks: 22 Tracks
Size: 182 Mb / 01:17:38 Min
Title: Classic Cuts Vol. 160 Legends
Label: Music Factory
Style: Reggae, Funk, R&B, Blues, Britpop, Country, Rockabilly, Baroque Pop, Disco
Release Date: 01-11-2017
Format: CD, Compilation
Quality: 320 Kbps/Joint Stereo/44100Hz
Tracks: 20 Tracks
Size: 177 Mb / 01:16:49 Min
Eli Fox • Tall Tales Жанр : Country/Bluegrass/Americana Страна : USA (Knoxville, TN) Год издания : 2017 Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 00:38:54 Наличие сканов : нет Источник релиза : Lossless 01.
[Label: Analog Africa | Cat#: AALP084]
Artist: Boney M. | Album: Worldmusic For Christmas | Released: 2017 | Label: Sony Music Catalog / Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH | Genre: Christmas, Holiday, Pop, Disco | Country: Germany | Duration: 00:58:45
Artist: Marc Almond & Soft Cell | Album: Memorabilia.The Singles | Released: 1991 | Genre: New Wave, Synth Pop | Country: UK | Duration: 01:09:25
Artist: Theodor Bastard | Album: Utopia | Label: Theo Records | Catalog #: THEO006 | Released: 2017 | Genre: Electronic, Ambient, Experimental | Country: Russia | Duration: 00:38:31
Artist: Dan McCafferty | Album: Dan McCafferty / Into The Ring | Released: 1975-87, 2002 | Genre: Classic Rock, Hard Rock | Country: UK
Artist: The Turtles | Album: It Ain't Me Babe | Released: 1965, 1993 | Genre: Pop Rock, Garage Rock | Country: UK | Duration: 01:00:17
Artist: Laura Ann & Quatro Na Bossa | Album: Summer Samba | Released: 2016 | Label: Venus | Catalog #: VHGD-143 | Genre: Jazz | Country: Brasil | Duration: 00:48:00
The 1960s was a time of musical upheaval and experiment in Latin America as well as in the west. In Brazil there was tropicalia, while in Peru bands pioneered Peruvian cumbia, mixing Colombian dance styles with huayno rhythms from the Andes, often adding in African Peruvian influences, or rock. The first of a 3-part series from this exuberant era, compiled in part by the Peruvian DJ / restaurateur Martin Morales, this album concentrates on music from the mountains. But there are no pan pipes. It starts with the cheerfully stomping “La Chichera”, a major ’60s hit for Los Demonios del Mantaro, and moves on to twanging guitar instrumentals and slinky dance workouts. Then there are brassy big band tracks, including a charming, gently swinging tribute to the mountains from…
…Alicia Maguiña, and traditional harp-backed songs in Quechua, the ancient language of the Incas. — Guardian
…A co-release with Strut Records, the album is selected from records released between ’68 and ‘78, upending clichéd ideas of Andean music and bringing to light the divergent, exciting traditions to have emerged from Peru’s strip of the iconic mountain range. Encompassing steady-grooving, Peruvian cumbia rhythms, transcendent folkloric harp recordings and Lima big band groups taking influence from their highland neighbours, it boasts a diversity that will appeal to fans of jazz and Latin as well as tropical-minded DJs and deep-digging collectors.
…All of the tracks, with the exception of ‘La Chichera’ by Los Demonios del Mantaro, have never been released since their original vinyl pressing. — strut.bandcamp.com
Artist: VA | Album: Classical Christmas Favorites | Released: 1995 | Genre: Classical | Country: World | Duration: 01:16:58
Artist: Eisfabrik | Album: Achtzehnhundertunderfroren | Released: 2016 | Genre: Synth Pop, Future Pop | Country: Germany | Duration: 00:52:40