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    VA - The UK Sue Label Story: The World Of Guy Stevens (2004)

    Artist: Various Artists
    Title Of Album: The UK Sue Label Story: The World Of Guy Stevens
    Year Of Release: 2004
    Label (Catalog#): Ace Records [CDCHD 1001]
    Genre: Soul, Funk, Rhythm & Blues, Doo Wop
    Quality: FLAC (tracks,cue,log,scans)
    Bitrate: Lossless
    Time: 68:29
    Full Size: 267 mb
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    Trampled By Turtles / Life Is Good On The Open Road Жанр : Country / Folk Страна исполнителя (группы) : USA Год издания : 2018 Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 39:19 Треклист : 01.

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    VA - The UK Sue Label Story Volume 2: Sue?s Rock?n'Blues (2004)

    Artist: Various Artists
    Title Of Album: The UK Sue Label Story Volume 2: Sue?s Rock?n'Blues
    Year Of Release: 2004
    Label (Catalog#): Ace Records [CDCHD 1008]
    Genre: Soul, Funk, Rock & Roll, Rhythm & Blues
    Quality: FLAC (tracks,cue,log,scans)
    Bitrate: Lossless
    Time: 67:22
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    VA - The UK Sue Label Story Volume 3: The Soul Of Sue (2004)

    Artist: Various Artists
    Title Of Album: The UK Sue Label Story Volume 3: The Soul Of Sue
    Year Of Release: 2004
    Label (Catalog#): Kent Soul [CDKEND235]
    Genre: Soul, Funk, Rhythm & Blues
    Quality: FLAC (tracks,cue,log,scans)
    Bitrate: Lossless
    Time: 69:33
    Full Size: 245 mb
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    VA - The UK Sue Label Story Volume 4 (2006)

    Artist: Various Artists
    Title Of Album: The UK Sue Label Story Volume 4
    Year Of Release: 2006
    Label (Catalog#): Kent Soul [CDKEND258]
    Genre: Soul, Funk, Rhythm & Blues
    Quality: FLAC (tracks,cue,log,scans)
    Bitrate: Lossless
    Time: 1:10:04
    Full Size: 251 mb
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    Just twelve seconds into Good Lover, the opening track of Donovan Woods’ fifth album, Both Ways, I am already in extremely comfortable territory. A gentle Seagull M4 motif introduces Woods’ hushed, breathy voice – reminiscent of Sam Beam, Sufjan Stevens, or Horse Feathers’ Justin Ringle – and they remain alone for a full minute before the noninvasive introduction of a piano from Robbie Grunwald (Doug Paisley, Justin Rutledge, The Good Lovelies and more). Then it is past the two-minute mark before any other instruments appear, being the layered strings of Drew Jurecka (Jill Barber, Jeff Healey, Diana Krall) to provide an elegiac backdrop to the sparseness of an already beautiful song. Within this minor key setting, the lyrics are the sort of introspective melancholia never lost on me, with the Ontarian Woods contemplating the passage of time as he looks back at a relationship:

    How did we both get so damn old so fast? / From a basement apartment to a time I can’t seem to sleep in past / That was back when I ain’t have (sic) much to sing about / Way back when I wrote a thousand songs no one cared about…

    I have always been fond of such understated openings to albums, when from the top an atmosphere is created that demands the listener pay full attention. This mood is maintained, though lightened just a little, with the pretty, mid-tempo acoustic shuffle of Another Way, which boasts an intriguing narrative commencing with a wedding over the border. It is followed by Burn That Bridge, the album’s first single and a sonically muscular song examining a matter of the heart I personally relate directly to. Falling in love with a best friend – in my case with a woman I had known for eleven years – brings with it great risk and emotional complexity. Whatever the outcome, in so many ways it is a situation there is no going back from, one in which a bridge is indeed burned, never to be rebuilt. Via both the tense, though melodic, music and lyrics Woods successfully conveys the dizzy excitement and fear of such a development, and all kind of memories flood back for me when hearing lines such as:

    In my instance, the relationship was doomed to fail, but enough of my ill-advised past dalliances; concerning the matter in hand, remembering that the following track, Truck Full of Money, is just three removed from the delicate opening cut, the shift in musical approach is huge. Swathed in Jurecka’s sweeping strings it may be, but this is epic ‘heartland’ rock of the highest order. Another shift occurs immediately with the quiet and unsettling Our Friend Bobby, which opens with the devastating lyric:

    Wow. In the tradition of the great storytelling songwriters – the Dylans, Cohens, Prines and Kristoffersons of this world – Woods manages in just those thirty-two words to open up a whole world of not terribly optimistic narrative possibilities. From these opening lines, it would be easy to jump to conclusions, but that would only be doing the writer a disservice. From the clues, you perceive the story may unfold as you anticipate, or it may not. You can find out what happens for yourselves, but at this juncture, it is pertinent to note that Woods cites the eminent short story writers Alice Munro, Bronwen Wallace and Richard Ford as influences on his lyrical approach to Both Ways.

    I Ain’t Never Loved No One is a gorgeous duet with Juno and Canadian Folk Music Award-winning artist Rose Cousins – typical of the calibre of contributors present – supplemented only by barely-there acoustic guitar and the briefest piano accentuation of the melody two-thirds in. In a collection of songs spanning a range of atmospheres, like Good Lover it absolutely insists that you free yourself of all distractions and really listen. Concerning the various moods created on Both Ways, credit is certainly due to producer/co-mixing engineer/contributing musician, James Bunton, who was also at the desk for Woods’ award-winning 2016 effort, Hard Settle, Ain’t Troubled.

    While a decent uptempo folk-rock number, the piano-led I Live a Little Lie is the least remarkable song in an album otherwise heavy with memorable material, but no sooner has it concluded than another surprise lands with the slow-chugging, 80s-flavoured, synth-y power ballad, Easy Street. It is an anomaly, certainly, but although stylistically alien to anything around it, somehow it works. On paper I Don’t Belong to You is another sore thumb, with a slow-building, dense rock assault underpinned by plinky-plonk banjo from Hawksley Workman and Grunwald’s Hammond organ, all at odds with Woods’ sweet vocal. But again, with these disparate elements in the mix he still pulls it off, and with just three songs remaining, it kind of promotes the sense of a big ending on the way.

    And, after a fashion, that is exactly what happens. Firstly, the volume is turned down once more for the fragile Read About Memory, then further still – but only for a couple of minutes of another huge ballad, Great Escape. Then, drum roll, the big ending comes not with guitars blazing and a crunching rock crescendo, but in beautiful folk-rock style with one of the more moving story songs I’ve heard in, well, ever. Next Year looks at how, when life’s realities derail the simplest of best-laid plans, in planning to try again it could be that the opportunity might never come.

    My brother and me used to climb this tree / We were going to build a little clubhouse, about ten feet off the ground / We drew the whole thing up / We needed wood and our dad’s truck / But he was out of work that summer, and the truck only had one gear / He said, ‘We’ll do it next year’…

    Next Year is such a thoughtful, emotional way to bring Both Ways to a deeply satisfying conclusion, and had it been written by Bruce Springsteen it would be deemed a masterpiece. But as his previous four albums had already more than indicated, this highly visual storytelling style is Donovan Woods’ stock-in-trade, and with the great Munro, Wallace and Ford as his muses, it is in even sharper focus on Both Ways. This is absolutely primo Canadian roots music, entirely relatable, emotionally rewarding, and if, at the very least, it fails to gain a Songwriter of the Year nomination for the 2019 Juno Awards, it will be both bewildering and an injustice.

    written by David Morrison


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    There will be more music from the dynamic and much-loved string band Trampled By Turtles, which is music to the ears of their fervent fan base in Minnesota and beyond. After scaling back touring in 2016, and then going completely cold turkey in 2017, Trampled by Turtles will release their first record in four years Life is Good on the Open Road on May 4th through Thirty Tigers. The band also plans to start touring again this May.

    Trampled by Turtles reunited at a cabin in Minnesota in the fall of 2017 to see what would happen, and if the time was right to move forward with the project. “I think a little break was really good,” says frontman Dave Simonett, who released a solo project early last year under the name Dead Man Winter. “I started to miss the guys, and playing music with them. I think everybody kind of felt that way after we got some space, so it was really healthy. We were like, hey, we should make a record — and the feeling was really casual and there was no pressure at all. We were able to do it in a way that kind of felt like 15 years ago.”

    Ahead of the release, the band has made a new song available called “Kelly’s Bar,” which is named after a hangout in Red Wing, Minnesota Simonett frequented when he lived in the town.

    Trampled by Turtles released their first record in in 2004, but achieved breakout success with their 2010 record Palomino and the song “Wait So Long.” People came for the speed and musicianship the band evidenced, but stuck around from Dave Simonett’s songwriting. Since then Trampled by Turtles has become one of the premier string bands in American roots music.


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    Tito Rodriguez / 15 Inolvidables Exitos Жанр : Bolero, Latin, Salsa Страна исполнителя (группы) : Puerto Rico Год издания : 1982 Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 00:45:17 Треклист : 01.

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    After a good half-century in the business, bluegrass great Peter Rowan has earned the right to rest on his laurels, but with this second new album in two years, he shows no signs of slowing down. Carter Stanley’s Eyes is half homage, half memoir; Rowan pays tribute to Carter and Ralph Stanley as well as Bill Monroe, the godfathers of the music he has loved and played for a good five decades, but he also tells the story of his own musical journey in the process.

    The material includes old standards, like “The True And Trembling Brakeman” and A.P. Carter’s “Will You Miss Me,” and Stanley Brothers songs, like “Let Me Love You One More Time” and “Ridin’ That Midnight Train.” It also features a few Rowan originals, such as the well-known “Drumbeats on the Watchtower” (sometimes called “Wild Geese Cry Again”), and new ones like title track, “The Light In Carter Stanley’s Eyes,” a mostly spoken-word story of the time Monroe introduced a young Peter Rowan to Carter Stanley. Penned by anyone else, this sort of song might be seen as gratuitous namedropping, but coming from a guy like Rowan, it’s a charming addition to the genre’s lore.

    Well-known bluegrass musicians lend their instrumental and vocal talents to the recording, including Tim O’Brien (guitar), Blaine Sprouse (fiddle), Don Rigsby (mandolin), and Patrick Sauber (banjo), so it’s as authentic-sounding as you’d expect a tribute to bluegrass greats to be. But Rowan is no purist. He includes a straight-ahead folk song, “Take My Ashes”; he injects Bill Monroe’s “Can’t You Hear Me Calling” with an unexpected jam band groove; and he even includes subtle drums on a couple of tracks, a serious faux pas to traditionalists, but actually a common feature on bluegrass records of a certain era.


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  • 04/19/18--20:42: De Afrekening 64 (2018)
  • De Afrekening 64 (2018)

    Artist: Various Performers
    Title: De Afrekening 64
    Label: Sony Music Entertainment, Universal Music Belgium
    Style: Alternative, Garage Rock, Syntpop, Indie, Folk, Punk, Noise, Stoner Rock
    Release Date: 30-03-2018
    Format: CD, Compilation
    Quality: 256 Kbps/Joint Stereo/44100Hz
    Codec: MP3
    Tracks: 36 Tracks
    Time: 02:11:50 Min
    Size: 235 MB

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    Bo Sundstrom - Mitt Dumma Jag: Svensk Jazz (2018) FLAC (tracks + .cue)
    Artist: Bo Sundstrom | Album: Mitt Dumma Jag: Svensk Jazz | Released: 2018 | Label: Sony Music / Columbia | Catalog #: 19075806602 | Genre: Jazz

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    Taio Cruz - Rokstarr (2010) FLAC
    Artist: Taio Cruz | Album: Rokstarr | Released: 2010 | Label: Island Records Group – 006025727576749, 4th & Broadway – 006025727576749, Universal Records – 006025727576749 | Genre: Hip-Hop, Pop

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    Johan Soderqvist and Patrik Andren - Battlefield 1 (2016) FLAC
    Artist: Johan Soderqvist and Patrik Andren | Album: Battlefield 1 | Released: 2016 | Genre: Soundtrack, Score

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    James Horner - Titanic (20th Anniversary Edition) (1997, 2017) FLAC (image+.cue)
    Artist: James Horner | Album: Titanic (20th Anniversary Edition) | Released: 1997, 2017 | Label: La-La-Land Records | Catalog #: LLLCD 1446 | Genre: Soundtrack, Score

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    Prato Bell Luckin Trio - Through The Tunnel (2017) FLAC (tracks + .cue)
    Artist: Prato Bell Luckin Trio | Album: Through The Tunnel | Released: 2017 | Genre: Jazz

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