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    ‘Wrecking Ball is the most despairing, confrontational and musically turbulent album Bruce Springsteen….This is darkness gone way past the edge of town, to the heart of the republic.’ (Rolling Stone)

    Bruce Springsteen, vocals, guitars, banjo, piano, organ, drums, percussion, loops
    Ron Aniello, guitar, bass, keyboards, piano, drums, loops
    Max Weinberg, drums (tracks 7, 11 & 13)
    Matt Chamberlain, drums (track 3, 5, 8, 10)
    Charlie Giordano, accordion, piano, organ, synth, celeste (track 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 12 & 13)
    Soozie Tyrell, violin (track 2 – 7, 10 & 11)
    Clarence Clemons, saxophone (tracks 7 & 10)
    Tom Morello, electric guitar (track 4 & 6)
    Greg Leisz, banjo, mandocello (track 11) lap steel guitar (track 8)
    Marc Muller, pedal steel (track 8)
    Steve Van Zandt, mandolin (track 10 & 13)
    Curt Ramm, horn (tracks 3, 4, 7 – 10)
    Clark Gayton, horn (tracks 3, 4, 7 – 10)
    Stan Harrison, horn (tracks 3, 4, 7 – 10)
    Ed Manion, horn (tracks 3, 4, 7 – 10)
    Dan Levine, horn (tracks 3, 4, 7 – 10)
    Art Baron, horn (tracks 3, 4, 7 – 10)
    Curt Ramm, trumpet solo (tracks 4 & 7)
    Darrel Leonard, trumpet solo (track 11)
    Additional musicians:
    Kevin Buell, marching drum (track 5)
    Rob Lebret, electric guitar (track 7)
    Clif Norrell, tuba (track 3)
    Steve Jordan, tambourine (track 2)
    Backing Vocals:
    Patti Scialfa, backing vocals (tracks 1 – 3, 6, 7, 10 & 11)
    Lisa Lowell, backing vocals (tracks 1 – 3, 6, 7, 10 & 11)
    Soozie Tyrell, backing vocals (tracks 1 – 3, 6, 7, 10 & 11)
    Michelle Moore, backing vocals (tracks 9 & 10)
    Cindy Mizelle, outro vocal (track 3)
    Steve Van Zandt, backing vocals (tracks 1 – 3, 6, 7, 10 & 11) (tracks 7, 10 & 13)
    Ron Aniello, backing vocals (tracks 1 – 3, 6, 7, 10 & 11) (tracks 1 & 12)
    Kevin Buell, backing vocals (tracks 1 – 3, 6, 7, 10 & 11) (track 5)
    Group Vocals:
    Ross Petersen, Ron Aniello, Clif Norrell, Rob Lebret, vocals (tracks 2, 3, 5, 7, 10 & 13)
    Choir:
    Victorious Gospel Choir (tracks 9 & 10)
    Strings:
    New York Chamber Consort (tracks 1, 2, 4, 7 & 12) Strings arranged and conducted by Rob Mathes


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    Αν πιστέψουμε όσα λέει ο Michael Bloomfield στο βιβλίο του Με τον Big Joe Williams[Απόπειρα, Αθήνα 1983], τότε ο Tommy McClennan πρέπει να πέθανε στα πρώτα χρόνια της δεκαετίας του ’60 (και όντως, αυτό συνέβη το 1961) και όχι το 1958, όπως αναφέρεται σε διάφορες παλαιότερες πηγές.
    Πρόκειται βεβαίως για έναν μέγα τραγουδιστή του blues, ο οποίος ηχογράφησε εκτενώς την περίοδο 1939-1942, για να χαθεί δια παντός αμέσως μετά.
    Από τα μεγάλα “wanted” του blues researching, ο Tommy McClennan λόγω της εύθραυστης υγείας του δεν θα μπορέσει να επανέλθει στις ηχογραφήσεις αφήνοντας πολλά κενά για τους ερευνητές, κυρίως σε σχέση με το πώς κύλησε η ζωή του μετά τα χρόνια της «μεγάλης δόξας». Η μαρτυρία λοιπόν του Michael Bloomfieldαποκτά έτσι μιαν ευρύτερη αξία:
    «… τον επισκεφθήκαμε στο νοσοκομείο της επαρχίας Κουκ, αργοπέθαινε από τη φυματίωση. Σκελετωμένος, αλλά με μάτια σαν αναμμένα κάρβουνα, όπως κι η μουσική του – ένας πυρακτωμένος, άγριος ήχος. Βίαιος άνθρωπος!».
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    Να πούμε πως το πιο γνωστό τραγούδι του Tommy McClennan ήταν το “Cross cut saw blues” (ηχογράφηση στο Σικάγο, την 15η Σεπτεμβρίου 1941), που έγινε στάνταρντ από τα sixties και μετά, ενώ το δικό του “New highway No. 51” το τραγούδησε ο Bob Dylan στο πρώτο LPτου [Columbia, 1962] ως “Highway 51”.

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    VA - 100 Lagu - Lagu Popular Pilihan DJ Chuari Selamat (2015)

    Artist: Various Artists
    Title Of Album: 100 Lagu - Lagu Popular Pilihan DJ Chuari Selamat
    Year Of Release: 2015
    Label: Universal Music
    Genre: Pop, World, Folk
    Quality: FLAC (tracks)
    Bitrate: Lossless
    Time: 6:46:43
    Full Size: 3.03 gb
    Upload: Turbobit / DipFile

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    Janie Barnett & Blue Room • You See This River Жанр : Country/Folk/Americana Страна : USA (Brooklyn, NY) Год издания : 2017 Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 00:52:28 Наличие сканов : нет Источник релиза : Lossless 01.

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    VA - 100 Lagu - Lagu Popular Pilihan DJ Chuari Selamat (2015)

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    Live at Memorial Coliseum, Charlotte, NC. USA 24th March 1978 [soundboard recording]

    Disc 1
    1. The Core
    2. Worried Life Blues
    3. Peaches And Diesel
    4. Wonderful Tonight
    5. Lay Down Sally
    6. Rodeo Man
    7. Fool’s Paradise 8. Cocaine

    Disc 2
    1. Double Trouble
    2. Badge
    3. Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out
    4. Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door
    5. Key To The Highway
    6. Layla
    7. Bottle Of Red Wine


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  • 12/25/17--04:37: AMURΣ - Calypso (2018)
  • AMURΣ - Calypso (2018)


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    ??????: Calypso
    ??? ???????: 2018
    ?????: New age, Enigmatic

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    Een van de grootste samba diva’s die Brazilië kent is zonder
    twijfel Elza Soares. Met haar 80 jaar treedt ze nog op, maakt
    zelfs nog platen, onverwoestbare artieste. Ze wordt ook wel
    Brazilië’s Tina Turner genoemd. De elpee die we hier hebben
    komt uit 1975, de clip is uit 2015. Check haar op het web..

    One of Brazil’s biggest samba stars is without any doubt Elza
    Soares. 80 years of age she still performs, still produces records,
    she is simply indestructible. They call her Brazil’s Tina Turner.
    The album we’ve got here today is from 1975, the clip from 2015.
    Go and search for her on the web, massive career..

    tracks ;

    01 – Primeiro eu
    02 – Nem vem
    03 – Viagem de jangada
    04 – Quem é bom já nasce feito
    05 – Debruçado em meu olhar
    06 – Confesso que chorei
    07 – lendas e festas das yabás
    08 – Nos braços do samba
    09 – Auera
    10 – Saudade minha inimiga
    11 – Deixa pra deus resolver
    12 – Cansada de esperar

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    Download VA-Music_in_East_Africa_(Global_Music_Series)-2004-NOiR Free
    Artist: Gregory Barz
    Title of Album: Music in East Africa (Global Music Series)
    Genre: Ethnic
    Year of Release: 2004
    Tracks: 35
    Total Time: 1 hour, 13 minutes and 34 seconds
    Format: MP3
    Bitrate: 211 Kbps
    Total Size: 120.78 MB

    # Song Title Artist Time
    01 Greetings in the Lulamoogi/Lugwere Dialect Bakuseka Majja Woman’s Group 1:26
    02 Filulu Performance (Pt. 1) Charles Bungu 0:55
    03 Filulu Performance (Pt. 2) Charles Bungu 1:16
    04 Bugóbogóbo Performance (Excerpt) Bana Sesilia Group 3:13
    05 Muliranwa Ekidha Tobana Kabalinga Group 5:22
    06 Chakacha (Excerpt) Horizon Players Group 4:52
    07 Processional (Excerpt) Unknown Artist 6:23
    08 Example of Wigaashe Unknown Artist 1:44
    09 Mahali ni Pazuri (2nd Verse) Kariakoo Lutheran Church 1:35
    10 Wimbo wa KiHehe Choir of the Mikocheni Anglican Church 1:33
    11 Sikieni Neno Kwaya ya Vijana of Kariakoo Lutheran Church 3:24
    12 Interview with Gideon Mdegella Gregory Barz 1:51
    13 Sikiliza Gideon Mdegella 2:07
    14 Tuning Demonstration of the Endere (Flute) Centurio Balikoowa 0:06
    15 Oo Samba Bambalele Centurio Balikoowa 2:59
    16 Demonstration of the Long Endere (Flute) Centurio Balikoowa 4:04
    17 Demonstration of the Scale Used on the Endingidi (Tubefiddle) Centurio Balikoowa 0:08
    18 Endingidi Medley Centurio Balikoowa & Gregory Barz 2:01
    19 Demonstration of the Endingidi Centurio Balikoowa 0:47
    20 Demonstration of the Tuning of the Ntongooli (Bowl Lyre) Centurio Balikoowa 0:30
    21 Demonstration of the Ntongooli Centurio Balikoowa 3:22
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    24 Demonstration of Tuning of Twalamatagange Centurio Balikoowa & Kiria Moses 2:03
    25 Anthem Medley Students at Makerere College School 2:03
    26 Demonstration of Endingidi Playing Kiria Moses 1:38
    27 Mu Kkubo Ery ‘Omusaalaba (Timbre of Endingidi) Blair String Quartet 0:39
    28 Demonstration of the Baakisimba Drum Gregory Barz 0:17
    29 Mu Kkubo Ery ‘Omusaalaba (Demonstration of Drumming) Blair String Quartet 0:29
    30 Demonstration of Omunazi, Omwawuzi, and Omukonezi Kiria Moses, Waiswa & Centurio Balikoowa 5:05
    31 Mu Kkubo Ery ‘Omusaalaba (Demonstration of Interlocking Parts) Blair String Quartet 0:34
    32 Demonstration of Benga Guitar Style Andericus Apondi 2:04
    33 Jo Piny Kabila Klan 2:30
    34 Kumbaya Power of Jesus Around the World Church 4:10
    35 Foreign Terms Pronounced by the Author Gregory Barz 2:24

    Release: VA-Music_in_East_Africa_(Global_Music_Series)-2004-NOiR

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    Download VA-Music_in_Egypt_(Global_Music_Series)-AR-2007-NOiR Free
    Artist: Hany El Sawaf
    Title of Album: Music in Egypt (Global Music Series)
    Genre: Ethnic
    Year of Release: 2007
    Tracks: 43
    Total Time: 1 hour, 19 minutes and 50 seconds
    Format: MP3
    Bitrate: 200 Kbps
    Total Size: 122.73 MB

    # Song Title Artist Time
    01 Call to Prayer Shaykh Mohamed Gebril 3:41
    02 Kawala Yusuf Ragab 0:56
    03 First Mawwal Shaykh Ramadan ‘Uways 2:24
    04 Second Mawwal Shaykh Ramadan ‘Uways 3:07
    05 Third Mawwal Shaykh Ramadan ‘Uways 3:04
    06 Mizmar Introduction Ahmad Karam il-Bingawi 2:57
    07 Kan ‘Andi Ghazal Upper Egyptian Mizmar Ensemble 4:32
    08 Sama’ti Yom Rannit Khulkhal Upper Egyptian Mizmar Ensemble 3:44
    09 Ud Taqasim Mohamed Abd El Galil 2:05
    10 Dubal Rast Various 0:42
    11 Qanun Taqasim Maged Asker 1:55
    12 Sama’i Rast Tatyos Various 3:26
    13 Dulab Rast Various 0:42
    14 Layali and Mawwal Yahya El Omrany 2:34
    15 Violin Taqasim Abou Ahmad Ali 1:40
    16 Mawwal Yahya El Omrany 1:14
    17 Taqtuqa il-Bahr Nayim Various 0:55
    18 Nay Taqasim Kadry Sorour 2:21
    19 Mawashshah Ya Shadui l-Alhan Various 2:10
    20 Aruh Li Min (Instrumental Introduction) Umm Kulthum 3:02
    21 Aruh Li Min (Vocal Refrain) Umm Kulthum 1:49
    22 Aruh Li Min (Repetition) Umm Kulthum 2:01
    23 Mizmar Introduction Kamil Mitwalli Kamil 1:37
    24 Alfen Salla ‘a n-Nabi Various 2:57
    25 Mabruk ‘Alayk Ya Mi’gibani Ya Ghali Various 5:04
    26 Il-Kalam Da Kabir Hakim 4:16
    27 Maqam Example James R. Grippo 0:43
    28 Maqam Example James R. Grippo 1:10
    29 Maqam Example James R. Grippo 1:19
    30 Maqam Example James R. Grippo 0:41
    31 Maqam Example James R. Grippo 0:40
    32 Maqam Example James R. Grippo 0:41
    33 Maqam Example James R. Grippo 2:57
    34 Rhythm Example Hany El Sawaf 0:17
    35 Rhythm Example Hany El Sawaf 1:17
    36 Rhythm Example Hany El Sawaf 0:39
    37 Rhythm Example Hany El Sawaf 0:53
    38 Rhythm Example Hany El Sawaf 0:44
    39 Rhythm Example Hany El Sawaf 0:40
    40 Rhythm Example Hany El Sawaf 0:37
    41 Rhythm Example Hany El Sawaf 0:37
    42 Rhythm Example Hany El Sawaf 0:34
    43 Rhythm Example Hany El Sawaf 0:26

    Release: VA-Music_in_Egypt_(Global_Music_Series)-AR-2007-NOiR

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    Download VA-Music_in_the_Andes_(Global_Music_Series)-2008-NOiR Free
    Artist: Urubamba
    Title of Album: Music in the Andes (Global Music Series)
    Genre: Ethnic
    Year of Release: 2008
    Tracks: 34
    Total Time: 1 hour, 19 minutes and 12 seconds
    Format: MP3
    Bitrate: 220 Kbps
    Total Size: 127.03 MB

    # Song Title Artist Time
    01 Tarkas Huarta Community 3:13
    02 Edith Qhantanti Ururi of Ayllu Sulcata 3:55
    03 Egenio Qhantanti Ururi of Ayllu Sulcata 2:23
    04 Siku choclo genre Qhantanti Ururi of Ayllu Sulcata 2:42
    05 Siku imillani genre Ayllu Sulcata 2:52
    06 Achachk’umu Ayllu Cambria 3:16
    07 Five-hole pinkillus Ayllu Japisi 2:38
    08 Siku satiri genre Ayllu Sulcata 3:53
    09 Caneno pinkullu solo Manuel Quispe 0:42
    10 Punchay Kashua Paulina Wilka 0:28
    11 Vocal/pinkullu duet Paulina Wilka & Manuel Quispe 1:44
    12 Tuta Kashua Raul Quispe 2:46
    13 Papa Tarpuy Severino Pineda 1:55
    14 Sonquito Corazoncito Julio Benavente 3:27
    15 La Mala Yerba J. Benavente & R. Bohorquez 2:35
    16 Descansa Corazon Fatigado J. Benavente 4:00
    17 Marinera Cusquena Ernesto Valdez & David Fuentes 2:34
    18 Yo te perdono Ernesto Valdez & David Fuentes 3:06
    19 Chuncho music Unknown Artist 1:29
    20 Qolla song Unknown Artist 3:16
    21 Majenos dance music Unknown Artist 0:45
    22 Gentil Gaviota Unknown Artist 2:40
    23 Qhapac Negros Unknown Artist 2:41
    24 Qollas song Unknown Artist 1:14
    25 Quisiera Olvidarte Pastorita Huaracina 2:32
    26 Gorrioncito Picaflor de los Andes 3:06
    27 Vengo del Prado Trio Lira Paucina 2:43
    28 Rosaura Centro Social Conima 2:02
    29 Valicha Los Destellos 0:47
    30 Valicha Julio Benavente 0:47
    31 Somos Estudiantes (excerpt) Los Shapis 0:31
    32 Tic, Tic, Tac (excerpt) Joven Sensacíon 0:31
    33 Kachapari Urubamba 2:22
    34 Campanas de Santa Cruz Urubamba 3:37

    Release: VA-Music_in_the_Andes_(Global_Music_Series)-2008-NOiR

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    Download VA-Music_in_West_Africa_(Global_Music_Series)-2005-NOiR Free
    Artist: Kulung
    Title of Album: Music in West Africa (Global Music Series)
    Genre: Ethnic
    Year of Release: 2005
    Tracks: 16
    Total Time: 41 minutes and 32 seconds
    Format: MP3
    Bitrate: 204 Kbps
    Total Size: 64.22 MB

    # Song Title Artist Time
    01 Ku Kelee Be Li St. Peter’s Lutheran Church Kpelle Choir 3:39
    02 Kalu Lee, Lee Kulung 4:31
    03 Transverse Horn Ensemble Unknown Artist 1:03
    04 Sala Kpa Kpa Moses & John Woni 5:28
    05 Bush Cleaning Work Cooperative 1:11
    06 Voice Disguise Using Drum Head Kao Pee 0:24
    07 Giing Group from Gbeyilataa 6:12
    08 Triangular Frame-zither Flumo 1:26
    09 Musical Bow Flumo 1:02
    10 Untitled Unknown Artist 4:21
    11 Women’s Planting Song Unknown Artist 0:48
    12 Children’s Counting Song Unknown Artist 1:12
    13 Entertainment Love Song Unknown Artist 1:33
    14 Meni-pele Peter Giddings 5:57
    15 Drum Pattern: Kee kee zi-kee Kao 0:15
    16 Woi Epic, Episode 2 Kulung 2:30

    Release: VA-Music_in_West_Africa_(Global_Music_Series)-2005-NOiR

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  • 12/25/17--08:28: Monoswezi – A Je (2017)
  • MonosweziRemember a year or two ago when everyone was talking about the Danish concept of hygge, that aesthetic based around the concept of coziness and wool sweaters and fireplaces? It was mostly a marketing ploy, to be sure, but it spoke to the human love for simple comforts and genuine warmth, and long after people forget what hygge is, they will long for those things. They should, then, look no further than Monoswezi’s A Je, a gentle album full of earthy acoustic music with a loving global feel to it. Made up of members from Mozambique, Norway, Sweden, and Zimbabwe (the group’s name comes from the first few letters of each nation), Monoswezi combines Scandinavian and African influences into what could loosely be called jazz, but which goes well…

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    …outside the box of what most people think jazz is. In fact, Monoswezi travels far beyond the group’s quartet of homelands on this latest album, incorporating the Malian ngoni, the Indian harmonium, and the African-American banjo into the seamless mix of musical styles.

    Opening track “Loko U Muka” starts off with a string of slow, uplifting harmonium notes that emulate the ecstatic spirit of the Sufi qawwali musical form, albeit in slow motion. Soon, banjo and mbira join in, and the piece unfolds in a sunrise of sweet harmonies, setting forth a path of positive vibes for the rest of the album. Monoswezi heads straight down that path with pieces like title track “A Je”, where saxophones underscore a steadily moving tune, and hypnotic “Nyuchi”, where the singers of Monoswezi come together in a cheerful chorus. It all culminates in “C’est Comme Ça” at the end of the album, a rhythmic dance track that lets all the instruments get heavy as they reach a satisfying conclusion.

    Monoswezi never treads into any discord or strangeness on A Je. Where the group does surprise is in its ability to combine so many elements from so many places into an uncontroversially lovely whole, to pull instruments from four continents and make music that sounds as natural as the seas that flow between them. Malian guest musician Sidiki Camara undoubtedly makes this transcontinental exchange an easier one; his calabash and ngoni offer tones that are delicate enough to mesh with every other instrument and voice on the recording. Few instruments evoke starlight like the harp-like ngoni, and in the multicultural context of Monoswezi, it’s a reminder that no matter how far you travel on Earth — from Mozambique and Zimbabwe to Sweden and Norway and back again — the same light shines down all across the planet.

    Ultimately, A Je does not work to challenge your ears or your mind with the kind of experimentation often associated with jazz, the kind that requires hard work to appreciate on a purely sensory level. Instead, Monoswezi plays music for the open mind, each piece part of a euphonious whole, different backgrounds coming together to tell a fresh, new story.


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    When OCS originated in 1997, it was the music of a goblin. That’s what John Dwyer recently likened his younger self to on Marc Maron’s “WTF?” podcast, explaining how all the recreational drugs he took alongside his singing-saw-playing friend Patrick Mullins—with the curious goal of creating “the quietest songs we could”—would render him constantly breathing through his mouth. Yes, the writhing, bug-eyed garage-rock band known most frequently as Thee Oh Sees was for many early years a whispering freak-folk expedition. Plenty of other things have since changed for Dwyer. His track record at that time told a story of several diverse endeavors rather than the one of an exhaustingly prolific primary project, for which he’s now known. And, as the 43-year-old will tell you today, he’s dialed back his drugs.

    For the project’s 20th LP in 20 years (and the 100th album for Dwyer’s own Castle Face Records), he returns to both its original name stylization and restrained aura for the first time in over a decade. Memory of a Cut Off Head essentially leaves the amps at home. Instead, it reverses hard into baroque, acoustic, and otherwise more delicate songs of a softer, slower psychedelic vein. The intensity, much like the spelling, is reduced by 70%.

    If Memory is another new page for OCS, it is the special-thanks page. Coming amid a fast-as-ever recording clip—that’s four Dwyer LPs in 16 months, a merciless pace even for him—Memory honors the project’s history. It acknowledges strains of folk music that are less obviously fundamental to shaping the wilder iterations of Thee Oh Sees, and it honors some of the people who helped shape their store. There are horn arrangements by his friend and pupil Mikal Cronin. Memory also marks the returns of Mullins on singing saw and singer/keyboardist Brigid Dawson, the closest complementing presence Dwyer has ever had in the band. The album is as much hers as it is his, and she takes the reins on its superior second half.


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    Racy gypsy guitars, nimble melodies, airy snare drums and Marinas uniquely charming voice meld into a nostalgic cocktail – ready to be enjoyed either at breakfast or in the evenings at the dance cafè, bringing immediate smiles to everyone.


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    John Doyle Жанр : Celtic, Contemporary Folk, Irish Folk Год выпуска диска : 2001-2015 Страна : 1971-, Dublin, Dublin, Ireland Аудио кодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 08:10:00 Albums: 01.

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    Son ocho los títulos grabados en estudio por Roberto Fonseca y, a estas alturas, cuando el último, ABUC, inició su rodaje en 2016, resulta poco discutible la primacía de este pianista y multiinstrumentista en la música de jazz que se hace ahora en Cuba. ABUC, que no es otra cosa que "Cuba" al revés, viene a ser un disco de verdadera celebración de la música cubana ya que Fonseca ha incluido buena parte de las músicas más populares de la isla: desde el bolero al jazz, el mambo, el chachachá y la contradanza, un estilo que llegó a Cuba a finales del siglo XVIII con influencias francesas a través de Haití.
    Nacido en La Habana en 1975, Roberto Fonseca ha compartido escenario con leyendas de la música cubana como Cachaíto López, Manuel "Guajiro" Mirabal y Manuel Galbán, tocando en diversos países del mundo en más de 400 conciertos. Ha vivido con la música desde siempre; de hecho, su madre Mercedes Cortés Alfaro es una es una cantante que fue bailarina en Tropicana Club de La Habana (canta en el álbum Zamazu, 2007), y su padre Roberto Fonseca Durades, baterista. El pianista tiene en su haber un máster en composición obtenido en el Instituto Superior de Arte de Cuba (ISA), y ha sido profesor de música. Con solo 15 años grabó su primer CD, En el Comienzo, junto a Javier Zalba y el grupo Temperamento, el cual fue nombrado Mejor Álbum de Jazz de Cuba en 1999.
    Roberto Fonseca se dió a conocer al mundo de la mano y la voz de Ibrahím Ferrer, con el que participó en el proyecto Buena Vista Social Club en 2001. Tal era la admiración que sentía Roberto por Ibrahím, que llegó incluso a producir el disco póstumo de éste, Mi sueño. Esta relación encuentra prolongación natural en el fervor que también sentía Roberto por el pianista Rubén González.

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    Ambos artistas ilustraron a Roberto en la creación del temario de Zamazu, su verdadero debut discográfico a nivel internacional. Una monumental grabación, realizada en 2007, que reunió a más de 20 artistas y que consiguió fusionar elementos integrados de sus diversas influencias: afrocubana, jazz, música clásica y música tradicional cubana. Entre las y los músicos que figuran en esta diversa y ambiciosa grabación están Omara Portuondo, Javier Zalba, Carlinhos Brown, Vicente Amigo, Ramsés "Dynamite" Rodríguez y muchos otros. Tras la publicación de Zamazu, Fonseca tuvo la oportunidad de presentar un intenso repertorio en algunos de los festivales más prestigiosos del mundo frente a audiencias hechizadas.
    ABUC es el título de su nuevo álbum bajo el sello impulse!, también espectacular. Aunando ritmos pícaros con contundentes vientos, entretejidos de referencias, recuerdos y contrastes, ABUC es un caleidoscopio donde Roberto narra una historia: el grandioso y rico compendio de la música cubana, de ayer a hoy.

    Página web oficial: ABUC – Roberto Fonseca

    tracks list:
    01. Cubano Chant
    02. Afro Mambo
    03. Tumbao de La Unidad
    04. Contradanza del Espíritu
    05. Tierra Santa
    06. Sagrado Corazón
    07. Family
    08. Tierra Santa Santiago de Cuba
    09. Habanera
    10. Soul Guardians
    11. Asere Monina Bonco
    12. Después
    13. Velas y Flores
    14. Cubano Chant (Piano Solo)






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    Not to be confused with The Steel Wheels, Steeldrivers, Steelism or other bands that have similar names, this is the debut album from this Nashville-based rock band, The Steel Woods. They are a mixture of Southern styles, embracing all pillars of those genres and more. Some have dubbed them a Southern rock band but they are more diverse than that. There’s even a heavy metal influence as they render a Black Sabbath tune.
    Straw in the Wind is a mix of originals and covers by the group’s co-founders, both multi-instrumentalists. Wes Bayliss is the lead singer with soulful pipes like Chris Stapleton, while guitarist Jason “Rowdy” Cope brings the outlaw spirit, having played guitar in Jamey Johnson’s band for nine years. The two met while performing on the same bill in a Nashville club. In addition to their own tunes, besides the aforementioned cover, they interpret songs by Darrell Scott and Brent Cobb. Drummer Jay Tooke and bassist Johnny Stanton provide the rhythm.


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    Boulder’s The Railsplitters have been making their own bends and twists to the string band concept for some time now, but with their latest Jump In — the group’s third album — the bluegrass and old-time rooted quintet cuts to the heart of folk music with poignant, well-timed messages that are needed now more than ever.


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