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    Seun Kuti blames the rich and powerful for the social and economic inequality in the world today. And he's not surprised that a populist movement has voted someone like Donald Trump into office.

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    Farewell (yet again) to a giant of popular music.



    Mose Allison has passed away, the latest music icon in what is turning into a bumper year for the Grim Reaper.

    I came late to his fan club. I was well into my 40s when I first heard Mojo Woman, which stopped me dead in my tracks. The notes moved through the room like meandering molten lava. Every inch of space was conquered by the pristine melody and syncopation.

    For the next several years Mose was the man I turned to most frequently when I wanted something no other musician could give: bluesy jazz or jazzy blues. Neither and both.

    For years, as I trudged through the snow banks at the University of Minnesota, I would see handbills with Mose’s picture stapled to lampposts all over the campus. Sadly, poverty and limited curiosity kept me ignorant of this genius for 25 more years.

    When my wife and I were…

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    rip-leonardA true mahatma has blessed us for many years.  Rest in real peace, Leonard.

    Track Listing:

    01 Undertow

    02 Suzanne

    03 By the Rivers Dark

    04 Lullaby

    05 Democracy

    06 Sisters Of Mercy

    07 The Future

    08 I’m Your Man

    09 Boogie Street

    10 You Know Who I Am

    11 Nightingale

    12 Dance Me to the End of Love

    13 Lover Lover Lover

    14 Be For Real

    15 Banjo

    16 Bird On The Wire

    17 Anthem

    18 Why Don’t You Try

    19 Tower of Song

    20 Darkness

    21 The Captain

    22 To A Teacher

    23 You Want It Darker

    24 Whither Thou Goest


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    Kasper Hate - A Hunter Must Hunt (2016) FLAC (tracks + .cue)
    Artist: Kasper Hate | Album: A Hunter Must Hunt | Label: ScentAir | Catalog #: SA077 | Released: 2016 | Genre: Electronic, Synth Pop | Country: Germany | Duration: 00:52:13

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    Seven - Shattered (2016) FLAC (image + .cue)
    Artist: Seven | Album: Shattered | Released: 2016 | Label: Rubicon Music | Catalog # RBNCD-1217 | Genre: Melodic Rock, Hard Rock, AOR | Country: UK | Duration: 00:53:25

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    VA - BRAVO The Hits 2016 (2016) FLAC (tracks)
    Artist: VA | Album: BRAVO The Hits 2016 | Released: 2016 | Genre: Top 40, Pop, Rock, Electronic, Hip-Hop | Label: Universal Music Strategic Marketing | Country: International | Duration: 02:37:59

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    Achilifunk Sound System – Disco Jondo (2016)

    Artist: Achilifunk Sound System
    Title Of Album: Disco Jondo
    Year Of Release: 2016
    Label: Achilifunk
    Genre: Dance,Latin Music,World
    Quality: MP3 CBR 320 kbps
    Tracks: 13
    Total Time: 00:47:09
    Total Size: 109 MB

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    VA - Memories & Golden Hits (2016) WV (image + .cue)
    Artist: VA | Album: Memories & Golden Hits | Released: 2016 | Genre: Pop | Country: USA | Duration: 01:00:16

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    HammerFall - Built To Last (2016) FLAC (image + .cue)
    Artist: HammerFall | Album: Built To Last | Released: 2016 | Label: Napalm Records | Catalog # NPR 684 MB | Genre: Metal, Power Metal | Country: Sweden | Duration: 00:47:35

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    1. A Great Big Sled (feat. Toni Halliday)
    2. Don’t Shoot Me Santa (feat. Ryan Pardey)
    3. Joseph, Better You Than Me (feat. Elton John & Neil Tennant)
    4. ¡Happy Birthday Guadalupe! (feat. Wild Light & Mariachi El Bronx)
    5. Boots
    6. The Cowboys’ Christmas Ball
    7. I Feel It in My Bones (feat. Ryan Pardey)
    8. Christmas in L.A. (feat. Dawes)
    9. Joel the Lump of Coal (feat. Jimmy Kimmel)
    10. Dirt Sledding (feat. Ryan Pardey & Richard Dreyfuss)
    11. I’ll Be Home for Christmas (feat. Ned Humphrey Hansen)

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    Harvey Mandel is among the most innovative guitarists to emerge from the Chicago blues scene of the late 1960s. His career began at Twist City and other local hotspots, sharing stages with Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf and Buddy Guy. He came up in that scene alongside Charlie Musselwhite, Mike Bloomfield, Barry Goldberg and Steve Miller, leading to an invitation from Bill Graham to open for Cream at San Francisco’s Fillmore Auditorium in August 1967. Mandel was a member of Canned Heat, appearing with them at Woodstock. He played on numerous John Mayall albums, and on the Rolling Stones’ 1975 LP Black and Blue (“Hot Stuff”, “Memory Motel”), having auditioned for Mick Taylor’s job, which ultimately went to Ron Wood. Known for his “tapping” technique and sinewy, sustain-driven phrasing (thus his nickname, “The Snake”), Mandel’s solo albums such as Cristo Redentor, Baby Batter and Righteous have been sampled and drooled over by guitar geeks, DJ’s, and fans of funky, soulful, otherworldly composition. Harvey’s fifteenth studio LP and his first widely distributed album in 20 years, Snake Pit was recorded in two days at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, CA. Harvey teamed with fellow Chicago-based musicians Ben Boye (keys), Ryan Jewell (drums), Brian Sulpizio (guitar), and Anton Hatwich (bass), who have all played with singer/songwriter Ryley Walker. Harvey and the band had not met previously, nor had they rehearsed. He played snippets of song ideas for the band on his iPhone, and then they would lay down a track in one or two takes. Hard to believe when you hear the album, but that’s exactly how it went down. Minimal overdubs with strings and percussion were added, but mostly what you hear is what happened spontaneously in the studio. The album contains six new original compositions by Mandel and two revisited songs : “Baby Batter” from his 1971 Janus LP of the same name, and “Before Six” by Larry Frazier, which appears on his first album,Cristo Redentor. Snake Pit marks a spirited return in a career that now spans six decades — all the more intense and poignant given Harvey’s recent battle with cancer.

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    Released in 2016 on Ruf Records, Make Blues Not War is Mike’s second release since leaving the mighty Royal Southern Brotherhood, his 13th overall – and perhaps his most energetic to date. “Make Blues Not War is a really fun album,” he says, “chock-full of blues with lots of guitar playing. It’s a very upbeat record with intense energy. Blues should make you feel good, and I think this record serves the purpose well.” That atmosphere of positivity began at the album sessions, as Mike tracked alongside Grammy Award-winning producer (and co-writer) Tom Hambridge at the Sound Stage Studios in Nashville, Tennessee. “It was so much fun,” he remembers. “It’s a completely live album, where the musicians all set up and we just hit record and went for it. The energy was awesome and sometimes we’d just be laughing so hard because it was all so intense and exciting.” As the momentum gathered, the songs flowed, with Mike painting in every shade of blue, from the frantic showboating of “Crazy Legs” to the slow-burn of “Red Bird” and the smoky slide of “Girl Back Home”. “It was time,” he says, “to get back to the blues and playing my guitar. Tom and I had spoken about making a kick ass blues-rock album for years.” Likewise, when it comes to Mike’s lyric sheet, these songs search for the silver lining in a troubled world. “I love writing songs and sharing deep feelings,” he says, “but I also like having fun and cutting loose – that’s what this album is all about. “Chip Off The Block” was written for my oldest son, Zach Zito, who is the featured guitarist on this track. It’s his first introduction into the music world and he did a great job. I couldn’t be more proud of him. He graduates college next spring and joins me on tour in summer – I can’t wait.” “Road Dog,” adds Mike of the album’s wistful slow-blues travelogue, “is really the most serious tune on the album. It’s about the drama of life on the road. I know it can seem clichéd sometimes, but it’s the life I lead. I miss my family, miss my wife, but this is what I do. I always leave.” Mike has spent over two decades on the run. He grew up in a hard-grafting blue-collar home in St. Louis, but after an early job at a downtown guitar shop exposed him to heavyweights like B.B. King, the Allmans and Eric Clapton (then Joe Pass, Robert Johnson and Blind Willie Johnson), he set out as a working musician.


    1. Highway Mama 05:20
    2. Wasted Time 03:24
    3. Redbird 07:00
    4. Crazy Legs 03:52
    5. Make Blues Not War 04:10
    6. On the Road 03:45
    7. Bad News Is Coming 06:29
    8. One More Train 03:50
    9. Girl Back Home 03:01
    10. Chip off the Block 03:32
    11. Road Dog 05:26
    12. Route 90 03:50

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    Artist: Gregory Lemarchal Title Of Album: La Voix D'Un Ange Year Of Release: 2007 Label (Catalog#): TF1 Entreprises (980 095 4) Country: France Genre: French Pop, Chanson, Ballad Quality: FLAC (image + .cue,log,scans) Bitrate: Lossless Time: 44:16 min Full Size: 681 MB

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    Jingle Bells In Swing (Christmas Nu Jazz And Swing Selection Of Popular Songs) (2016)

    Artist: VA
    Title Of Album: Jingle Bells In Swing (Christmas Nu Jazz And Swing Selection Of Popular Songs)
    Release Date: 2016
    Label: Irma Records
    Genre: Jazz, Nu Jazz, Lounge, Chillout
    Quality: MP3 320 kbps
    Total Time: 01:05:34
    Total Size: 151 Mb

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    VA - Rough Guide To Ethiopian Jazz (lossless, 2016) Исполнитель: VA
    Альбом: Rough Guide To Ethiopian Jazz
    Дата выхода: 2016
    Страна: Ethiopia
    Категория(и): World  Jazz  Folk
    Дата выхода: 2016
    Продолжительность: 00:54:39
    Формат: FLAC, (tracks + .cue), Lossless

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    01. Forty Days (Single Version)
    02. Odessa (1959 Version)
    03. Wild Little Willy
    04. Ruby Baby
    05. Horace
    06. Mary Lou
    07. Need Your Lovin’ (Oh So Bad)
    08. Dizzy Miss Lizzy
    09. One Of These Days
    10. Oh Sugar
    11. Whatcha Gonna Do
    12. My Gal Is Red Hot
    13. Clara
    14. Hey Boba Lou
    15. Someone Like You
    16. Dreams Do Come True
    17. Hayride
    18. Honey Don’t
    19. Lonely Hours
    20. Sick And Tired (1960 Version)
    21. Love Me Like You Can
    22. You Cheated, You Lied
    23. Baby Jean
    24. Southern Love
    25. Summertime
    26. Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless
    27. I Gave My Love A Cherry
    28. Brave Man
    29. A Poor Wayfaring Stranger
    30. Virginia Bride
    31. Mister And Mississippi
    32. John Henry
    33. Fare Thee Well
    34. One Out Of A Hundred
    35. The Death Of Floyd Collins
    36. Love From Afar
    37. One More Night
    38. Bitter Green
    39. I May Never Get To Heaven
    40. Will The Circle Be Unbroken
    41. Matchbox
    42. Little Bird
    43. One Too Many Mornings
    44. Forty Days (1970 Version)
    45. Down In The Alley
    46. Who Do You Love
    47. Home From The Forest
    48. Don’t Tell Me Your Troubles [
    49. Sick And Tired (1971 Version)
    50. Lonely Weekends
    51. Drinkin’ Wine, Spo-Dee-O-Dee
    52. The Red Rooster
    53. Ooby Dooby
    54. The Lady Came From Baltimore
    55. Leaves That Are Green
    56. Patricia
    57. Odessa (1971 Version)
    58. Treasure Of Love
    59. Black Sheep Boy

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    Phil Ochs - Pleasures Of The Harbor Жанр : Folk Rock Носитель : MB, Reel-To-Reel, 3 & 3/4 ips, Stereo Год выпуска : 1967 Лейбл : A&M Records - AMX 133 Страна-производитель : USA Аудио кодек : FLAC Тип рипа : tracks+.

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    Project Nautilus [Keygen Loops]
    (Local Action Records, 2016)
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    ethiopian-jazzNew Orleans is widely seen as the birthplace of jazz, where African slaves created groundbreaking music that fused elements from both Africa and Western traditions. By the twentieth century, jazz (and subsequent African-based musical forms including soul, funk, and Cuban rumba) travelled back across the Atlantic, first through recordings and later by artists on tour. There, African musicians immediately recognized the source roots, adapted some, altered others, and in the process, created entirely new musical forms.
    In Ethiopia, one of the first major musicians to lay the groundwork for Ethio-jazz was Nerses Nalbandian. His family escaped the Armenian genocide in Turkey, and settled in Ethiopia, where Nalbandi would become a band leader for many…

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    …burgeoning Ethio-jazz musicians in the 1950s.

    Largely credited as being the greatest innovator of Ethio-jazz and exposing it to the world, Mulatu Astatke was born in 1943 in Jimma, Ethiopia. He travelled to Wales in the late 1950s to study engineering and to the chagrin of his parents, Astatke began to take an interest in music, first studying Western classical music before heading to Boston’s Berklee College of Music to formally study jazz. It was there where Astatke took the fusion of traditional Ethiopian folk music and American jazz to a new level. Astatke explained its roots to the BBC, ‘There are tribes in the south called the Derashe. They are surrounded by people who play five tone music but they have created a diminished 12-tone scale. Diminished scales are very important in jazz music especially for improvising. We learn how Charlie Parker came up with diminished scales as well as Claude Debussy and Bach. But always on my mind is the question of who were first with the scale, these people or the Derashe tribe?’

    By the late 1960s, Astatke decided to return to Ethiopia in order to cultivate Ethio-jazz in his homeland. At first, his vibraphone-based folk-jazz was considered quite unorthodox. However, within years, it transformed the capital, which came to be known as ‘Swinging Addis’. The late 1960s and early 1970s were known as the ‘golden age’ in Addis Ababa, as countless jazz orchestras and ensembles thrived in the city, led by the innovations of Mulatu Astatke and saxophonist extraordinaire, Getatchew Mekuria. Addis Ababa was in full swing in 1973 when American jazz legend Duke Ellington came to town and performed together with Mulatu Astatke.

    Much of the Ethiopian jazz scene came crashing down the following year, in 1974, when a Soviet-backed military junta known as the Derg overthrew the government. The consequences of the coup and subsequent ‘Red Terror’ were profound. It left tens of thousands dead and military curfews virtually destroyed the thriving musical club scene.

    When the Soviet Union broke apart in 1991, the Derg lost its backing and was subsequently overthrown. That decade saw a rebirth in Ethiopia. The budding democracy quickly became a thriving home of musical creativity. Ethiopian Jazz hit new global audiences through CD releases that included the Ethiopiques series and several Rough Guide albums. Astatke’s captivating soundtrack to Jim Jarmusch’s film Broken Flowers in 2005 brought Ethio Jazz to even wider audiences. Today, Astatke is still active, and his creativity has inspired a new generation of artists in Ethiopia, Europe, North America and beyond. —

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    100% Explode Dance Anthems (2016)

    Artist: Various Performers
    Title: 100% Explode Dance Anthems
    Style: Electro-R&B, House, Revival, Electronica, Tropical, Indie Dance
    Release Date: 17-11-2016
    Format: CD, Compilation
    Quality: 320 Kbps/Joint Stereo/44100Hz
    Tracks: 100 Tracks
    Size: 1150 Mb / 08:46:53 Min

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