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- 12/27/17--00:21: Randy Newman – The Randy Newman Songbook, Vol. 3 (2016)
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- 12/27/17--01:22: Enchantment – Sunshine: Enchantment Anthology 1975-1984 (2017)
- 12/27/17--02:39: ENJA RECORDS νέες κυκλοφορίες της γερμανικής εταιρείας (Μέρος ΙΙ)
- 12/27/17--03:20: Samantha Fish – Chills & Fever (2017)
- 12/27/17--03:20: Samantha Fish – Belle of the West (2017)
- 12/27/17--04:08: Etienne Daho - Live Ed! (1989)
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Nonesuch Records releases The Randy Newman Songbook, Vol. The album is the third in a series comprising solo recordings of songs from throughout Newman’s five-decade career. Previous volumes were released in 2003 and 2011. (A four-LP, vinyl-only limited-edition box set, The Randy Newman Songbook, containing all three volumes in a new, thematic sequencing, is being released simultaneously.) Mitchell Froom and Newman’s lifelong friend and colleague Lenny Waronker produced The Randy Newman Songbook, Vol. 3.
This two disc newly re-mastered set gathers together all of the band’s material issued by Island Records between 1969 & 1971. It also includes a live version of “Jesus, Buddha, Moses, Guaranga” which originally appeared on the Island double LP sampler “Bumpers” in 1970.
Covering the same period as last year’s anthology of unreleased material from Hux Records, Spirits from Another Time, this collection gathers the first three Quintessence albums and associated singles, the definitive history of their Island catalogue, a time when the label’s initial enthusiasm for the band effectively delivered a blank cheque for recording sessions.
Though their vocalist, Phil ‘Shiva Shankar’ Jones, points to The Doors and the Grateful Dead…
…as being informative, and is careful to keep what he calls “the George Harrison bandwagon” at arms-length in their cultivation of Eastern influences, they are a direct line from Shankar and Harrison at the far end, to the likes of Kula Shaker since, though in turn Crispian Mills declares their key impact to have been via their album artwork.
Guided for much of this work by John Barham, who’d orchestrate All Things Must Pass for Harrison, their Eastern enthusiasm wasn’t a cod-thing by any degree, even if the quasi-mystic aura and fervent invocations places their work directly into its era. In that sense, it wants to wind its evocative way through candles, cushions, and incense, man. But then, that means it’s still eminently playable. — recordcollectormag.com
Title Of Album: The Hour Of Bewilderbeast
Year Of Release: 2000
Label (Catalog#): Twisted Nerve/XL Recordings [TNXL CD133]
Genre: Indie Rock, Indie Folk, Chamber Pop
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Enchantment were formed in 1967 at Pershing High School in Detroit and secured their first recording contract two years later by winning first place in a talent contest sponsored by Detroit’s WCHB radio station. In 1970 Enchantment joined the renowned talent agency Artists International and developed their song and stage craft through the early seventies performing throughout the Detroit area. This period culminated in the group recording the soundtrack for the movie Deliver Us From Evil. A single from the soundtrack, ‘Call On Me’, was released on Polydor in 1975.
The following year Enchantment released their eponymous debut LP on Roadshow Records which kick started a great run of success and the release of further albums over the following few years which spawned the singles ‘Gloria’ (R&B #5) and ‘Sunshine’ (R&B #3), ‘It’s You That I Need’ topped the R&B chart in 1978 and ‘If You’re Ready (Here It Comes)’ gained them a further disco audience and peaked at R&B #14.
After more hits on Roadshow like ‘Where Do We Go From Here’ (R&B # 29), the group signed with Columbia Records in 1982 and issued two albums with a more progressive electronic R&B feel, enjoying further R&B chart singles with ‘I Know Your Hot Spot’ and ‘Don’t Fight The Feeling’.
Big Break Records proudly presents SUNSHINE: THE ENCHANTMENT ANTHOLOGY (1975-1984), the first ever Anthology issued on the group. Newly remastered and presented in a super-jewel case, complete with liner notes, the collection is a must for all Philly Soul, Funk and Disco fans.
Midland / On the Rocks Жанр : Country Носитель : CD Год издания : 2017 Издатель (лейбл) : Big Machine Records Номер по каталогу : BMRML0100H Страна исполнителя (группы) : USA Аудиокодек : FLAC (*.
Kari Bremnes - Discography (1987-2012) Страна : Norway Жанр : Folk, Vocal, Jazz, Pop Год издания дисков : 1987-2017 Аудио кодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 19:05:40 official website | facebook | kirkelig kulturverksted | discogs Albums : 01.
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Blues Rocktress Samantha Fish goes all in with her 4th Ruf Records release delivering a heavy dose of CHILLS & FEVER. Recorded deep in America’s Rust Belt in Detroit the city that has filled America’s musical tapestry with it’s legendary Motown Sound to it’s embedded Punk music scene spawning top acts from Iggy Pop to the White Stripes. On Chills & Fever Samantha makes musical history enlisting members of the punk blues band The Detroit Cobras along with producer Bobby Harlow (The GO/ Jack White) to record a futuristic set of songs and a chilling walk through memory lane. Samantha’s soulful sultry voice and hot rod guitar slinging is layered against a poly rhythmic horn entrenched background all mixed and mastered by Jim Kissling (The Crystal Method, Fat Boy Slim) delivering a cool, exciting, and one of the best American Roots records of 2017.
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Samantha Fish’s new studio album Belle of the West will be released on November 17th, and everyone should get excited. Belle of the West is Fish’s second album of 2017 since Chills & Fever. Chills & Fever fans will appreciate the continued vintage attitude and instrumentation found in this new album, however they will find that Belle of the West offers something more rough and stripped.
Belle of the West is a very visual album. Every song evokes a mental image, be it a memory, a film, or what Samantha Fish might have been doing as she wrote any particular song. The first drum fills of “American Dream” are grounding and give the feel that they are quite literally rooted in American soil. The authentic and unedited conversation on the front and back of the track “Nearing Home” has a the familial feel of home. Take a look at Fish’s website and gallery, and you will see that the sonic and visual atmosphere she creates is very much in sync. She knows who she is, what she likes, and what she wants.
This album is only able to evoke such strong mental images because of the high level of songwriting. Songs are carefully delivered from section to section, each verse and chorus rising and falling in a very satisfying way. Every lyric is well set in its melody, and every rhyme scheme ties together a pair of phrases without being obvious or cheesy. Titles are spotlit masterfully so that at the end of each song, you know exactly what the title was, and yet, it is not too poppy. In almost every song, Fish opts out of what would be a traditional bridge, and replaces it with an instrumental solo. The frequency of which this is done is unusual and even shocking, but also bold and respectable, because it takes a wise songwriter to know that a bridge definitely doesn’t always enhance a song.
The harmonies throughout Belle of the West are notable, because they appear in some way in every song, and offer consistency. These harmonies, while tight and accurate, are also colloquial and organic, inviting the listener to sing along. “Blood in the Water” for example, opens with harmonies that are beautiful, but singable. They return throughout the song to include the audience. They are not overly artificially tuned, and grant the listener an opportunity to witness raw vulnerability.
Both sonically and visually, Samantha Fish has a potent mix of country grit, classic elegance, and cinematic drama in her control. This album has moments of familiarity and warmth found in a Fleetwood Mac album, and even the mystical hazy elements of the 1968 album Nancy & Lee, all while honoring the theme of blues rock. Listeners are certainly in for a treat with Belle of the West, and although there shouldn’t be any pressure, with the rate Fish is turning these albums out, one can only hope for a new one sometime soon.
Artist: Etienne Daho Title Of Album: Live Ed! Year Of Release: 1989 Label: Virgin Country: France Genre: Chanson, Pop Quality: FLAC (*tracks) Bitrate: Lossless Time: 01:25:44 Full Size: 557 MB
Sexteto Armonia 73 De PR - Con Sabor A Puro Mango (1976) Жанр : Latin, Salsa Год издания : 1976 Издатель (лейбл) : Pana Records (2) Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320kbps Продолжительность : 40:33 Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи : есть 01.
Linda Catlin Smith
Drifter: Apartment House & Quatuor Bozzini
(Another Timbre, 2017)
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Oklahoma-born Samantha Crain who, would you believe it, is about to release her fifth album with You Had Me At Goodbye via Full Time Hobby on 24th March. It comes as no surprise that the press release for You Had Me At Goodbye makes use of terms such as packing a punch.
On the album, she also features a new traditional song, ‘Red Sky, Blue Mountain,’ which Samantha wrote in her native Choctaw language. Gliding along like clouds floating above the land, she turned to her long-time friend Dora Wickson to assist with its translation and pronunciation, capturing both the sound of the Choctaw people and through Samantha’s seductive vocal delivery, the signature of an artist proud of her roots.
“The song is very important to me. I wanted to communicate the importance of caring for the earth,” Samantha reveals. “We used to be so connected to it and so intuitive to its changes, but now we are so disregarding and out of touch with it. I wanted to keep the song simple enough for others to learn it and approachable enough to encourage other indigenous people to learn and interact with their culture to create new culture.”
The album was produced by John Vanderslice (Spoon, the Mountain Goats, Strand of Oaks), mixed and engineered by Jacob Winik (The Magnetic Fields, Hot Buttered Rum), Samantha returned to the Bay Area in California to, once again, record the album in analog at Tiny Telephone Studio (this time, at the newly opened Tiny Telephone Oakland annex studio). But her music finds equal influence through those kindred spirits who have shared her struggle to be heard – whether it’s good friend Dora, Patti Smith, Cyndi Lauper or many, many others as Samantha explains;
“This album is dedicated to and inspired by the independent, strong, focused women who somehow continue to explode through the dark clouds of the weirdly oppressive art/music world. Every woman with a vision who didn’t veer from it amongst dissension. Every woman who was vulgar and loud and smart and ugly, in addition to the other aspects of their person – everything in opposition of what was expected of them.”
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Produced by Jan Skubiszewski (Cat Empire) and featuring input from a slew of collaborators including Sparkadia’s Alex Burnett and Julian Hamilton (the Presets), Killer’s neo-soul trajectory positions Sultan alongside the likes of Saskwatch and the Cactus Channel. With its clipped, urbane guitar tones, “Killer” is a striking intersection of style and substance, while urgent, Gospel-soul entry “Magnetic” soars on an updraft of sweeping strings, and “Reaction” prosecutes an irresistible late-nite dancefloor groove. Throughout, the album’s Gospel-hued choral BVs and concern with Indigenous issues chime with the work of the Black Arm Band, of which Sultan is a member (see the politically-charged “Kingdom”).
Sultan himself is, as ever, a vocalist of uncommon, prodigiously soulful cool (“Fire Under Foot”). Killer is eloquent proof he has the songwriting chops to match.