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    Relativity - Gathering Pace Жанр : Celtic Год выпуска диска : 1987 Производитель диска : USA (Green Linnet Records) Аудио кодек : FLAC Тип рипа : image+.cue Битрейт аудио : lossless Продолжительность : 53:04 Mícheál Ó Domhnaill vocals, guitars, keyboards Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill vocals, clavinet Phil Cunningham accordion, keyboards, whistles, bodhran Johnny Cunningham fiddles Blackwell Court / Highland Laddie / Gillies' Taxis / The Double Rise Gathering Pace Rosc Catha Na Mumhan Miss Tara Macadam / The First Train To Kyle Má Théid Tú ún Aonaigh Siún Ní Dhuibhir When She Sleeps Said Johnny To Molly The Monday Morning Reel / Cutting A Slide / Robert The Minnow / Hogties' Reel Ceol Anna / A Ríbhinn Óg Bheil Cuimhn' Agad Exact Audio Copy V0.

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    Earth: Sounds of Summer Жанр : World music, folk, instrumental Страна исполнителя (группы) : World music Год издания : 2015 Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 02:23:39 Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи : да Треклист : 01.

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    In 2007, a new song from the Eagles blazed onto the radio airwaves, climbing to a Top 10 AC/Top 25 Country berth on the Billboard charts. But the infectious, breezy “How Long,” with its classic Eagles sound, wasn’t new at all. The song was written by J.D. Souther and included on his 1972 Asylum Records debut John David Souther. When the Eagles included it on Long Road Out of Eden, the band’s first studio album since 1979, it rekindled the creative relationship with Souther, an “honorary Eagle” who co-wrote such classic songs for the band as “Best of My Love,” “Heartache Tonight” and “New Kid in Town.”

    Though those credits have attained immortality, they far from tell the whole J.D. Souther story. He also wrote “Faithless Love” and “White Rhythm and Blues” as popularized by his onetime flame Linda Ronstadt, scored hits with his solo “You’re Only Lonely” and the James Taylor duet “Her Town, Too,” and released seven studio albums between 1972 and 2015. Omnivore Recordings has just kicked off a Souther campaign, announced as of now to include three titles, with John David Souther, expanding the richly melodic slice of SoCal country-rock with seven previously unreleased demos and outtakes.

    “You better put on a fast one/If you want me to pull through/You better play another fast one/No matter what you do,” Souther implores on the opening track “The Fast One.” With its soul-country vocals, twangy yet rocking guitars by Souther, Glenn Frey and Ned Doheny, Gary Mallaber’s drums and Gib Guilbeau’s prominent fiddle, the ironically upbeat “The Fast One” could only have come out of 1972 and the Laurel Canyon scene. (The fascinating demo offers alternate lyrics, a slower tempo and a darker, bluesier feel.) It sets the tone for the album’s tales of broken hearts and ill-fated romances, all incisively crafted by a singer-songwriter with an unusual pedigree. Born in Michigan and raised in Texas, Souther brought to the California scene an upbringing rooted in jazz, standards, classical and opera. His discovery of country music made a major impact on him, but he never lost sight of traditional songcraft. In Scott Schinder’s excellent liner notes here, Souther cites the odd couple of Miles Davis and George Jones as influences, both for the “clarity of tone” in their recordings. Unsurprisingly, he and co-producer Fred Catero knew how to capture that clarity and directness on John David Souther.

    On his debut, Souther introduced “Run Like a Thief,” a rhythmic ballad of infidelity that was later recorded by Bonnie Raitt. This spin on a classic country theme featured his high, beautifully lonesome vocals evoking a dark angel. The lyrical honesty which imbues “Thief” also lends gravitas to other songs here such as the heartbreaking, vulnerable “It’s the Same” and the pretty, yearning ballad “Out to Sea,” which seems to be at least semi-autobiographical. The latter showcases the distinctive bottleneck sound of Wayne Perkins and the drumming of John Barbata (The Turtles, Jefferson Starship).

    Throughout John David Souther, it’s hard to ignore a similarity to the Eagles’ familiar sound – both in Souther’s timbre and the prevailing country-rock musical style. While there is less reliance on harmonies than on the Eagles’ records, those that are present are strikingly woven into the fabric of the productions. Witness the soft vocals’ lovely shimmer on the barbed yet musically laid-back “Kite Woman” (“She’s got you strung out somewhere down the line…”) featuring guitars by Souther and Frey. The stripped-down, alternate version included in the bonus material lacks the vocal harmonies.

    Despite the SoCal touchstones, the sounds here are diverse, and the artist “cast” his musicians for each song with precision. Bryan Garofalo’s bass contributes to the funky and tough feel of “Some People Call It Music,” also featuring Souther and Doheny on guitars and Gary Mallaber on drums. David Jackson’s churchy piano adds dimension to the ruminative “Jesus in 3/4 Time.” The demo has Souther’s guitar accompaniment and a stark fiddle for a wholly different, arguably even more gorgeous sound. The bluesy shuffle of “White Wing” is complete with Joel Tepp blowing a mean harp.

    The bonus tracks are all happily illuminating, most of which open a window onto the process behind the album’s creation. “How Long” still rocks in its spare solo demo version and takes on even more of a country flavor with Souther’s drawled lead. The acerbic “One in the Middle” and sad “Silver Blue,” both presented in demo form, did not make the final album, though the latter would be included on Black Rose and also recorded by Linda Ronstadt.

    Produced by the artist and Cheryl Pawelski, Omnivore’s deluxe reissue is attractively packaged in a digipak designed by Greg Allen and includes a 12-page booklet with Scott Schinder’s liner notes drawing on fresh quotes from Souther. Michael Graves has subtly remastered all tracks. Of John David Souther, one might ask: Is this Americana? Country-rock? Laurel Canyon pop? Certainly there are all hallmarks here of all of the above, and more. But as usual, great music transcends mere labels. Omnivore’s release marks an auspicious beginning to its J.D. Souther campaign which will soon add reissues of Black Rose and Home by Dawn. Both of those albums have distinctive sounds all their own, but the artist’s passionate brand of heartfelt, intelligent songwriting began here, on John David Souther.

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    Heavily influenced by such artists as Led Zeppelin, ZZ Top, Townes Van Zandt, and The Rolling Stones, The BuzzHounds meld alternative vocal stylings with Delta Blues and 70’s Outlaw Country to form their own brand of Americana and Rock n Roll.

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    Ian Hunter’s latest studio album, Fingers Crossed unveils ten new, self-penned songs including his much-anticipated homage to David Bowie ”Dandy”. Recorded at HOBO Studios in New Jersey, and co-produced by Hunter and Andy York, the record features his magnificent Rant Band and is the follow-up to 2012’s acclaimed When I’m President. As leader of ’70s British rock legends Mott the Hoople and as a hugely influential solo artist, Ian Hunter is widely revered as one of rock-n-roll’s most compelling performers and one of its most articulate songwriters. As author of such immortal anthems as, ”All The Way From Memphis”, ”Once Bitten, Twice Shy” and ”Cleveland Rocks” and the voice of such landmark albums as, ”All The Young Dudes”, ”Mott”, ”Ian Hunter” and ”You’re Never Alone With A Schizophrenic”, he remains a hero to fellow musicians and fans around the world. The compositions on Fingers Crossed see Hunter covering typically wide-ranging subject matter.

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    1. Sufjan Stevens – Free Man In Paris
    2. Björk – The Boho Dance
    3. Caetano Veloso – Dreamland
    4. Brad Mehldau – Dont Interrupt The Sorrow
    5. Cassandra Wilson -For The Roses
    6. Prince – A Case Of You
    7. Sarah Mclachlan – Blue
    8. Annie Lennox – Ladies Of The Canyon
    9. Emmylou Harris – The Magdalene Laundries
    10. Elvis Costello – Edith And The Kingpin
    11. k.d. lang – Help Me
    12. James Taylor – River

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    Curtis Harding’s new album Face Your Fear one of their most anticipated fall releases lauding Harding’s “scorching voice” while Clash UK hails recent new track “On and On” as “a blistering slice of dancefloor soul that recalls prime Curtis Mayfield and late 60s Motown.” The new album follows 2014’s Soul Power, on which Rolling Stone called Harding an “artist you need to know.”
    Harding fuels his psychedelic sound with the essence of Soul but isn’t bound by it. Instead, the 12 songs on the new album convey an eclectic blend of genres leaping from the many musical lives he has lived from following his evangelical Gospel-singing mother on tour as a child in Michigan to rapping in Atlanta, forming a garage band with The Black Lips’ Cole Alexander to singing back-up for Cee Lo Green. Through these experiences he fully embraces life’s darkest intricacies conjuring dynamic, addictive melodies.

    Face Your Fear features production by Harding, Sam Cohen, and Danger Mouse and was recorded in New York at Danger Mouse’s 30th Century Studio.

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    To 60s and 70s Soul aficionados, Maxayn Lewis should need little introduction. As a tremendous session vocalist, her name appears on the credits of innumerable records from the 1960s onwards.

    In the late 1960s, she was recruited to join The Ikettes for an Ike and Tina Turner world tour.

    In the early 1970s, she and her husband formed Maxayn – a funk/rock/soul quartet with psychedelic leanings. The three albums Maxayn made for Capricorn Records remain popular to this day, but have never been issued on CD or download – until now!

    Following the dissolution of Maxayn, Lewis continued to be a constantly-in-demand studio and touring backing vocalist, working with Brenda Russell, Madonna, Dionne Warwick, Celine Dion, Diana Ross, Michael Jackson and many others.

    For the first time, Reloaded presents the three albums which Maxayn recorded for Capricorn Records – Maxayn, Mindful and Bail Out For Fun! The package includes faithful reproductions of the original artwork for each album, with a substantial booklet boasting a 5,000-word sleeve-note and lots of rare photographs.

    Maxayn’s eponymous debut boasted two impressive funk-rock Rolling Stones covers (‘Gimme Shelter’, ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’) alongside some superb band originals.

    Mindful was perhaps funkier than its predecessor, including a reworking of Curtis Mayfield’s ‘Check Out Your Mind’ (which Maxayn performed on Soul Train).

    The band’s third and final album continued to blend infectious funk workouts with soul ballads to great effect.

    Reloaded is released with the full blessing of the group’s singer Maxayn Lewis.

    Track List:

    MAXAYN (1972)
    2. SONG
    8. BELOVED

    MINDFUL (1973)
    5. TELLIN’ YOU
    6. FEELIN’
    10. TRAVELIN’

    BAIL OUT FOR FUN (1974)
    1. BAIL OUT
    5. FUN

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    The Hooten Hallers combines demonic, gritty growling vocals, which are influenced as much by Captain Beefheart as they are Tuvan throat singing, with gut-busting baritone and bass sax and pre-war blues, New York Dolls influenced guitar. In the olden days of American music, before radios, television, highways, and the internet homogenized everything, regional styles and traditions reigned. And yet, the rich regionalism of America continues today, fighting against the Walmart-ization of American culture.
    The Hooten Hallers are out front of this charge, reclaiming the heritage of their Missouri roots. With their new self-titled album they continue their decade-long search for these roots,drawing from the surrounding agricultural lifestyles, the river communities, the college kids, and the tweakers that roam Columbia, Missouri, all in the looming foothills of the Ozark Mountains.

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    Sea Shanties - The men of The Robert Shaw Chorale Жанр : Sea Shanties (английские матросские песни) Год выпуска диска : 1999 Производитель диска : США (RCA) Аудио кодек : APE Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : lossless Продолжительность : 44:50 01.

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    Alasdair Fraser & Paul Machlis - The Road North Жанр : Celtic Год выпуска диска : 1989 Производитель диска : USA (Narada) Аудио кодек : FLAC Тип рипа : image+.cue Битрейт аудио : lossless Продолжительность : 41:50 Alasdair Fraser fiddle, viola Paul Machlis grand piano, synthesizer Mícheál Ó Domhnaill guitar Tommy Hayes bodhranm tarbukas, bendir, friction drum Glen Moore string bass Laughing Wolf / Mountain Madness Traditional Gaelic Melody Tommy's Tarbukas Bennachie Sunrise / Willie's Trip to Toronto Slow Train Invercassley Falls / Trip to Ballyshannon Calliope House / The Cowboy Jig Bovaglie's Plaid The Banks of Spey / Brenda Stubbert's Reel The Road North Exact Audio Copy V0.

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    Millish "Millish" Жанр : Folk / Prog-Folk Год выпуска диска : 2005 Производитель диска : USA Аудио кодек : FLAC Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : lossless Продолжительность : 41.

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  • 01/02/18--05:07: Hello Skinny Watermelon Sun
  • Hello Skinny
    Watermelon Sun
    (Brownswood Recordings, 2017)
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  • 01/02/18--05:54: East of the River Nile
  • A short version of the set i did at SPACES Festival at Iwalewahaus in Bayreuth, Germany. Tagged: Abstract, Arabic, Middle East, Psychedelic

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    This special release contains 30 tracks, including a selection of the finest shouters and R&B staples Roy Brown recorded for different labels like DeLuxe, King, Imperial, and Home of the Blues, between 1947 and 1960.

    Highlights include joyous R&B and seminal rock & roll tunes, such as “Good Rockin’ Tonight,” “Fannie Brown Got Married,” “Party Doll,” and “Ain’t Gonna Do It,” among many others. Also featured here are lesser-known rockin’ numbers that are just as enjoyable as the classics.

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    Hugh Masekela - Hope (1994) APE (image + .cue)
    Artist: Hugh Masekela | Album: Hope | Released: 1994 | Country: South Africa | Genre: Jazz | Duration: 00:74:10

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    UNTITLED - 2017



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    >>Τα Καλάβρυτα, προσθέτει, είναι ο «πρωταγωνιστής» της εορταστικής περιόδου. Αυτό, όπως τονίζει ο κ. Τελώνης, οφείλεται στην ολοκλήρωση των οδικών δικτύων, που επιτρέπουν την πρόσβαση από την Αθήνα σε μόλις μία ώρα και δέκα λεπτά.<<
    Αθήνα-Καλάβρυτα σε 1 ώρα και 10 λεπτά; Τι λένε ρε οι ηλίθιοι! Αυτές τις αρλούμπες γράφουνε, τις διαβάζουνε διάφοροι στόκοι και πάνε και γίνονται χαλκομανίες στις κολώνες χρονιάρες μέρες (παίρνοντας και αθώους στο λαιμό τους).
    Ρε γρόθοι Αθήνα-Καλάβρυτα σε 1+10 ούτε ο Νίκι Λάουντα δεν θα το έκανε σε άδειο δρόμο με Φεράρι.
    Για κοιτάτε ρε... που βάλαμε μια νησίδα στους καρόδρομους και πήρε αέρα ο κώλος των Νίκι Λάουντα από τα Λιντλ!

    Ως παλιός ποδοσφαιρόφιλος και λάτρης, περαιτέρω, του ερασιτεχνικού ποδοσφαίρου, αρέσκομαι να παρακολουθώ αγώνες της γειτονιάς, που να πληρούν κάποια στοιχειώδη στάνταρντ. Να υπάρχει ένα γήπεδο της προκοπής, κάποιοι αρχικοί κανονισμοί, που να εφαρμόζονται και δυο ομάδες, που να έχουν κάτι να παρουσιάσουν. 
    Στη γειτονιά μου υπάρχει ένα ωραίο γηπεδάκι 5Χ5, ελεύθερο και ωραίο, χωμένο μέσα στο δάσος και όποτε με βγάλει ο δρόμος κατά ’κει, όλο και θα σταθώ να δω καναν αγώνα. 
    Χθες για παράδειγμα, Πρωτοχρονιά, είδα ένα ματς ανάμεσα σε μαύρους και μουσουλμάνους. Αφρικανοί εννοώ από τη μια μεριά και Πακιστανο-Ιρακινο-Αφγανοί από την άλλη. Οι μαύροι… παικταράδες –και μιλάμε για 20χρονα παιδιά τώρα– καθώς δυο-τρεις απ' αυτούς άνετα θα μπορούσε να παίζουν μπάλα σε ομάδες Β Εθνικής, μιας και διέθεταν φοβερή τεχνική κατάρτιση με τέλειες ντρίμπλες, προσποιήσεις, κράτημα μπάλας, ισχυρό σουτ. Το μειονέκτημά τους; Ήταν κάπως ατομιστές, αλλά αυτό ψιλοδιορθώνεται.  
    Και οι μουσουλμάνοι ήταν καλοί –λιγότερο βέβαια από τους μαύρους– με πιο ομαδικό πνεύμα και με πιο γερά πόδια. Μαχητές. Κόντρες, τζαρτζαρίσματα, σπρωξίματα, φάουλ, πέναλτι… γενικώς σκληροτράχηλοι… έπεφταν στη φωτιά. Σ’ ένα πέναλτι, που έκαναν οι μουσουλμάνοι στους μαύρους, πήγε να δημιουργηθεί και κάποια σύρραξη, στο στυλ είναι-δεν είναι πέναλτι (εγώ ήμουν κάπως μακριά από τη φάση και δεν την είδα καλά… ήταν μπροστά μου και κάτι κολώνες), αλλά τελικά μονιάσανε και δώσανε τα χέρια. Ωραίο παιχνίδι!  
    Έχω δει και Έλληνες (με Έλληνες) να παίζουν στο συγκεκριμένο γήπεδο. Γάμησέ τα… Κάτι χοντρομπαλάδες, κάτι άμπαλοι, κάτι ό,τι να ’ναι. Τους έχουν φάει οι φρέντο, τα κινητά και τα σουβλάκια. Αυτοί, 25 χρονών, δεν θα μπορούν να δέσουν ούτε τα κορδόνια τους… 

    Neil Young, Lou Reed, Patti Smith, Marianne Faithfull… μας τα έχετε ζαλίσει – συνέχεια τα ίδια και τα ίδια. Ρίχτε και κάτι λίγο διαφορετικό, που να είναι γαμάτο και να έχει και νόημα… Άιντε, μουχλιάσατε... 
    Τζοστ, όπως τους έλεγε και ο φίλος μου ο Αντρέας που δεν ήξερε αγγλικά. Τζοστ τους λέω κι εγώπου ξέρω… 
    Time is my enemy / and it's taking you very fast from me / as the seconds fade into deathly days / I'm falling in my lover's summer tree…  

    Κοίταξα την 50άδα με τα best-2017 του Pitchfork. 
    Κατ’ αρχάς να πούμε πως δεν υπάρχει κάτι (έτσι νομίζω) που να μην είναι αγγλόφωνο. Εντελώς απέραντη αμερικανίλα-αγγλίλα… και πάμε και μέχρι Νέα Ζηλανδία άμα λάχει να ’ούμε. 
    Από τις 50 επιλογές οι 27 είναι χιπ-χοπάδικες με τον έναν ή τον άλλον τρόπο – κι απ’ αυτές το μόνο άλμπουμ που κίνησε το ενδιαφέρον μου ήταν το “Love What Survives” των Mount Kimbie. 11 επιλογές περιστρέφονταν γύρω από την ποπ με το “Οkovi” της Zola Jesus αληθινά να ξεχωρίζει (την Björk σας τη χαρίζω), 10 άλμπουμ άγγιζαν με τον έναν ή τον άλλο τρόπο το ροκ (το “Powerplant” των Girlpool κάαατι έλεγε), ένα ήταν τζαζ, αυτή η τζαζ που παίζει ο Kamasi, κι ένα πανκ (Priests).
    50άδα ΓΙΑ ΓΕΛΙΑ, αφού χοντρικά αγνοείται από τη λίστα οτιδήποτε μη αγγλοαμερικάνικο καθώς και ολάκερα μουσικά είδη (folk, jazz-improv, avant, πειραματικά, world music, fusion και λοιπά και λοιπά). 

    Από ανάρτηση του Πέτρου Δραγουμάνου. 
    Τα μνημόνια κατασπάραξαν και την ελληνική δισκογραφία. 
    Επί Σαμαροβενιζέλων είχαμε ελαφρά ανάκαμψη, επί Τσιπροκαμμένων άστα να παν στο διάλο…

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    20 Years of Blues Harmonica Masters on Electro-Fi Records. Electro-Fi Records celebrates it’s 20th Anniversary with the release of HARD CORE HARP featuring the very best of today’s Blues Harmonica Artists: MARK HUMMEL, JAMES HARMAN, HARMONICA SHAH, PAUL OSCHER, BILLY BOY ARNOLD and more, along with Blues Harp Masters of the 20th Century: SNOOKY PRYOR, GEORGE HARMONICA SMITH, SAM MYERS, LITTLE MACK SIMMONS, WILLIE BIG EYES SMITH and more. The 19 track collection from CD’s released between 1997 and 2016 features 4 members of the Muddy Waters Blues Band. Special Guests include Grammy winner PINETOP PERKINS, BMA winner BOB STROGER, and Guitar Legends: MEL BROWN, BILLY FLYNN, JACK DE KEYZER and RUSTY ZINN.

    01. Paul Oscher – Alone With The Blues (5:24)
    02. Billy Boy Arnold – Mellow Chick Swing (2:21)
    03. James Harman – Bonetime (3:10)
    04. Mark Hummel – It’s Too Late Brother (4:11)
    05. George Harmonica Smith – Crazy ’bout You Baby (4:10)
    06. Harmonica Shah – She Used To Be Beautiful (4:39)
    07. Snooky Pryor – Rock-A-While (4:58)
    08. Sam Myers – Ninety Nine (3:36)
    09. Willie Big Eyes Smith – Don’t Think I’m Crazy (4:20)
    10. Billy Boy Arnold – I Wish You Would (3:49)
    11. Al Lerman – Liquified Boogie (2:29)
    12. Little Mack Simmons – Leaving In The Morning (3:49)
    13. Sam Myers – Coming From The Old School (4:25)
    14. Bill Boy Arnold – Sweet Honey Bee (4:37)
    15. Harrison Kennedy – Afraid To Fail (3:25)
    16. Rip Lee Pryor – Pitch A Boogie Woogie (3:12)
    17. Snooky Pryor – Headed South (7:21)
    18. George Harmonica Smith – Juke (2:49)
    19. Mark Hummel – Harpoventilating (3:39)

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    Joan Baez - Imagine (1987).VS.APE

    Artist: Joan Baez
    Title: Imagine
    Year Of Release: 1987
    Label: A&M Records: 396957-2
    Genre: Folk Rock
    Quality: APE (image+.cue,scans)
    Total Time: 65:57
    Total Size: 351 mb

    01. Diamonds And Rust
    02. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
    03. Simple Twist Of Fate
    04. Imagine
    05. In The Quiet Morning
    06. Best Of Friends
    07. Forever Young
    08. Prison Trilogy (Billy Rose)
    09. Jesse
    10. Children And All That Jazz
    11. Please Come To Boston
    12. Never Dreamed You'd Leave In Summer
    13. Gracias A La Vida
    14 Sweeter For Me
    15. Love Song To A Stranger
    16. Dida
    17. Amazing Grace

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