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    Finally embraced a little bit of southern upbringing and mixed it in with an album that is mostly a tribute to Tom Petty.

    01. Amy
    02. Lmnop
    03. Good Love
    04. Chased Me Down
    05. Liquid Regret
    06. Dollars & Cents
    07. Juliet
    08. Medicine
    09. Love Is Leaving
    10. Get There
    11. Maybe
    12. Numbers Game

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    A barren, dusty land stretches across the auditory stage, punctuated only by twisted saltbush, ancient rocks, and the dark figure of a stranger with a guitar. Like the archetypical Man With No Name of Western cinematic lore, Tristen Bird leads the journey through the Australian countryside, introducing many eclectic characters along the way. More Hank Williams than Clint Eastwood, Tristen shares his stories with the audience in a sincere and emotive manner, and welcomes players from across the musical divide to bring the tales to life.

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    The only regret one has after witnessing the stage musical Beautiful, anywhere in the world, is how many exceptional songs from the pens of Carole King and Gerry Goffin one does not get to hear. Just As Beautiful, a 40 track compilation selected by Glenn A Baker and released on his GAB-Disc imprint through Sony, goes part of the way to filling in those gaps. Like Bacharach & David, Carole and Gerry were cornerstones of the American music industry as the sixties dawned. Fearsomely prolific, they turned out many hundreds of compositions for new acts thrown up by the booms which started with rock’n’roll. They were there when the teen idol era arose, when the British Beat acts needed songs, when the TV-created Monkees were racing up the charts, when the psychedelic explosion reached mainstream ears, when the global rock scene grew wide, when British pub rockers found they needed reliable songs to charm their patrons and when glam and retro rockers in the mid seventies reached the same conclusion.


    1. Freddie Scott – Hey Girl
    2. Dusty Springfield – Some Of Your Lovin’
    3. Gene Pitney – Every Breath I Take
    4. Billy Fury – Halfway To Paradise
    5. Marianne Faithfull – Is This What I Get For Loving You?
    6. Barbara Lewis – Don’t Forget About Me
    7. Maxine Brown – It’s Gonna Be Alright
    8. Ben E. King – Show Me The Way
    9. Chuck Jackson – I Need You
    10. The Drifters – When My Little Girl Is Smiling
    11. Bobby Vee – Walkin’ With My Angel
    12. Bobby Vinton – Take Good Care Of My Baby
    13. Tony Orlando – I’d Never Find Another You
    14. James Darren – Her Royal Majesty
    15. Johnny Mathis – Go Away Little Girl
    16. Andy Williams – Help Me
    17. Skeeter Davis – I Can’t Stay Mad At You
    18. The Shirelles – What A Sweet Thing That Was
    19. Peaches & Herb – I Want To Stay Here
    20. The Everly Brothers – How Can I Meet Her?
    21. The Byrds – Goin’ Back


    1. The Monkees – Porpoise Song
    2. The Electric Prunes – I Happen To Love You
    3. The Byrds – Wasn’t Born To Follow
    4. The Hollies – Honey & Wine
    5. Jan & Dean – The Best Friend I Ever Had
    6. The Orchids – The Harlem Tango
    7. Allison Durbin – Golden Days
    8. Blood, Sweat & Tears – Hi-De-Ho
    9. Taj Mahal – Take A Giant Step
    10. Anne Murray – Time, Don’t Run Out On Me
    11. Brinsley Schwarz – Don’t Ever Change
    12. Ol’ 55 – This Little Girl
    13. Ann – Margret – I Was Only Kidding
    14. Jody Miller – Let Me Get Close To You
    15. Connie Stevens – I Couldn’t Say No
    16. Carole King – Make The Night A Little Longer
    17. Jill Jackson – I’ll Love You For Awhile
    18. Kenny Karen – The Light In Your Window
    19. The Four Preps – I’ve Known You All My Life

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    Leftover Salmon has never shied away from a party, and their latest offering Something Higher continues to keep the good vibes going, but, as the title implies, the band isn’t just living for the weekend anymore. On the cusp of their third decade together, Leftover Salmon puts forth an elevated and impassioned message on their latest studio offering.

    Multi-instrumentalist Drew Emmitt kicks off the album with the location-dropping road song “Places,” referencing every corner of the country as a testament to Leftover’s decades of touring. A nod to celebrating the beauty of the country through storytelling, in the tradition of John Denver and similar musicians that influenced Emmitt and company to relocate to the Rockies decades ago, the song also sets the tone of a very Americana-focused album, as opposed to some of Leftover’s more bluegrass-influenced material of the past.

    Emmitt’s screaming guitar lick launches the title track, which sees he and fellow co-founder Vince Herman trade verses bathed in accompanying horns, giving the track a massive foundation for its optimistic outlook. “Show me something higher, show me a better way,” Emmitt and Herman sing together, their voices as strong as ever. Bassist Greg Garrison’s love letter to “Analog” is an aptly timed track that pays homage to the fact that the band recorded the album straight to tape at the famed Wavelab Studio in Tuscon, Ariz., along with long-time producer Steve Berlin.

    But it’s track number five, “House of Cards,” where the group really begins to share what’s on their mind and reveal some of the deeper messages behind the record. “How’d we get here my brother? How does the story end,” sings Herman. “With idiocracy rising how do we come back again? Back into a future where I’ll believe in it, where everybody matters, love’s got to win again.” On the heels of that message, Leftover Salmon — which also includes banjo slayer Andy Thorn, drummer Alwyn Robinson and keyboardist Erik Deutsch — show a range of emotions and an optimism despite the struggles.

    Every member of the band contributed writing efforts on Something Higher, which adds to the rich tapestry of Americana hanging throughout this record. Deutsch co-wrote “Places” with Emmitt, while Garrison teamed up with Herman for “Analog” and “Let In A Little Light.” The Garrison-penned “Burdened Heart” features a great “Lucy In The Sky” sort of opener. Robinson wrote and provides vocals on the questing “Foreign Fields” and Thorn turned in the instrumental “Game of Thorns,” as well as the celebration of spring “Winter’s Gone.”

    It’s clearly not the first time that the members of Leftover Salmon have collectively shared the songwriting duties, but there’s a cohesiveness in this latest exploration that finds Leftover Salmon comfortably holding its place in the moving currents of cosmic-minded roots music. The band can still get as crazy as they did on their 1992 debut Bridges To Bert, and they can still furiously pick with patented relaxed precision, but on Something Higher the legendary group reminds listeners that we could all use some reflective thinking amidst it all.

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    Artist: Zaz Title Of Album: Recto Verso Year Of Release: 2013 Label: Play On / EMI Country: France Genre: Pop / Chanson Quality: FLAC (*image + .cue, artwork) Bitrate: Lossless [96kHz/24bit] Time: 01:03:34 Full Size: 1.35 GB

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    The Blues Mystery - Diesel Rock (2015)

    Artist : The Blues Mystery
    Title Of Album: Diesel Rock
    Year Of Release: 2015
    Country : Switzerland
    Genre: blues rock
    Quality : FLAC (*image + .cue,log,scans)
    Bitrate: Lossless
    Full Size: 398,0 MB

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    S?ven Steps To The Green Door - Fetish (2015)

    Artist : S?ven Steps To The Green Door
    Title Of Album: Fetish
    Year Of Release: 2015
    Country : Germany
    Genre: progressive rock
    Quality : FLAC (*tracks + .cue,log,scans)
    Bitrate: Lossless
    Full Size: 523,0 MB

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    S?ven Steps To The Green Door - The Book (2011)

    Artist : S?ven Steps To The Green Door
    Title Of Album: The Book
    Year Of Release: 2011
    Country : Germany
    Genre: progressive rock
    Quality : FLAC (*tracks + .cue,log,scans)
    Bitrate: Lossless
    Full Size: 395,0 MB

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    Steven Wilson - Hand. Cannot. Erase. [2 CD] (2015)

    Artist : Steven Wilson
    Title Of Album: Hand. Cannot. Erase. (2 CD)
    Year Of Release: 2015
    Country : UK
    Genre: progressive rock
    Quality : FLAC (*tracks + .cue,log,scans)
    Bitrate: Lossless
    Full Size: 670,0 MB

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    Blue Blood - Universal Language (1991)

    Artist : Blue Blood
    Title Of Album: Universal Language
    Year Of Release: 1991 (2009)
    Country : UK
    Genre: hard rock
    Quality : FLAC (*image + .cue,log,scans)
    Bitrate: Lossless
    Full Size: 377,0 MB

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    Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow - Memories In Rock II (live) (3CD) [Japanese Edition] (2018)

    ???????????: Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow
    ??????: UK
    ??????: Memories In Rock II (live) [3CD] [Japanese Edition]
    ????: Rock | Hard Rock | Classic Rock
    ????????: Ward Records; Chaos Reigns [GQCS-90552-6]
    ???: 2018
    ??????: FLAC (*image + .cue,log, covers)
    ??????: 1.07Gb
    ??????: Depositfiles | Turbobit (3% ?? ??????????????)

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    On his upcoming album, In The Shadows (Again), Garrett T. Capps blends the smoky dive bars and honky-tonks of Texas with the celestial aura of the cosmos. Due out May 4, In The Shadows (Again) finds Capps challenging borders and boundaries while maintaining a distinct grasp on his country roots.

    Undoubtedly a native son of San Antonio, Capps wears those mighty influences on his sleeve. There’s a rich and diverse aesthetic to Capps musical foundation. On “In The Shadows (Again),” hints of Doug Sahm (and Sahm led acts such as Texas Tornados and Sir Douglas Quintet) shine through. In particular, there’s a Tex-Mex groove bubbling underneath the surface that leads you out onto the dancefloor. Throughout, a warm lap steel warbles with a glowing buzz. Much like the opening single “Baby Please,” “In The Shadows (Again)” is a mover. Capps croons in a darkened baritone on the infectious two-stepper.

    Originally found on Capps experimental demo INC., “In The Shadows (Again)” was a lo-fi synth-pop song. “That’s a song that’s been rehashed several times,” Capps tells Wide Open Country. “A lot of these songs, when I wrote them, I didn’t know how they were going to be recorded. It ended up becoming a country song.”

    Like Sahm, Capps is unafraid to let a bevy of sounds and styles seep into his songwriting. Whether it’s the DIY punk attitude, the cosmic cowboy approach, or a gritty Tex-Mex foundation, there’s a progressive edge to Capps’ space country.

    “I like to make something new and different while trying to pay an homage to the old music that I know and love,” says the Texan twanged Capps. “I spent a lot of my youth in the Texas Hill Country and hanging out in San Antonio. It’s a pretty culturally dense area.”

    In The Shadows (Again) haunts the hours around closing time–both lyrically and sonically. Capps highlights the dim lights and honky-tonk heartbreaks with crystalline country sketches and narratives while further pushing their sights on the distant horizon and the glow of the nighttime sky. In short, it’s stargazing country.

    “I basically put a new band together and one of the components is a sound artist named Justin Boyd,” says Capps. “He creates soundscapes and loves country music. We wanted to merge those together.”

    Dubbed NASA Country, Capps and the band create a rich and lush sonic palette that embraces the anthemic tension of post-rock bands like Explosions In The Sky and the psychedelic murmur of Sturgill Simpson‘s Metamodern Sounds in Country Music or The Byrds‘ The Notorious Byrd Brothers. All the while, Capps filters it through an innate and charmed Texan twang.

    “Cosmic country, whether that’s Michael Martin Murphey or Sturgill Simpson, I like that stuff,” says Capps. “I just want it to be my own take on it.”

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  • 05/07/18--09:34: Funkymix Vol. 231 (2018)
  • Funkymix Vol. 231 (2018)

    Artist: Various Performers
    Title: Funkymix Vol. 231
    Label: Ultimix Records
    Style: Grime, Reggaeton, Electropop, Cloud Rap, Neo Soul, Trap, Dancehall
    Release Date: 05-05-2018
    Format: CD, Compilation, Promo
    Quality: 320 Kbps/Joint Stereo/44100Hz
    Codec: MP3
    Tracks: 22 Tracks
    Time: 01:26:57 Min
    Size: 203 MB

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    his album captures the best of those early LeRoi Brothers days, the times that devout fans still get in a lather over. To save money the album was recorded between 11 PM and 5AM when the studio offered cheap rates. Perhaps the lateness of the hour contributed to those wonderful rough edges that still jump out of the tracks today. No gimmicks, just real rock’n’roll. Producer Vince McGarry just let the boys play. The original LeRois – Mike Buck, Steve Doerr and Don Leady—were backed by guest bass player Keith Ferguson except on the cut “Are You With Me Baby” which was done sans bass. This record made many people’s Top Ten List after it came out in 1983. Turn up the volume, put the beer on ice and you’ll discover the reason why!

    This 2017 Deluxe Reissue adds to the mania by including Six Bonus Tracks! Four are from the legendary Moon Twist EP originally released on Amazing Records in 1981 and features Alex Napier on bass. Two additional tracks are outtakes from the 1983 Check This Action sessions.

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    Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow - Memories In Rock II (Japan) (2018)
    Performer: Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow
    Album: ?Memories In Rock II? (Japan)
    Label: ? + ? Ward Records Inc./Minstrel Hall Music. Sony Music, Made in Japan
    Catalog #: GQCS-90552 (limited edition of 1000 copies)
    Style: Hard Rock, Classic Rock
    Year: 2018
    Format: PCM (image + .cue)
    Bitrate: lossless
    Covers: in archive
    Size RAR: 994 mb
    Upload: Unibytes / uploaded / turbobit / gigapeta

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    Bill Baumgart - The Kindling (1988)

    ???????????: Bill Baumgart
    ??????: The Kindling
    ????: Lite AOR / CCM
    ??? ??????: 1988
    ??????: FLAC (image+.cue, scans)
    ????????: Lossless
    ??????: 353 Mb
    ??: katfile/gigapeta/turbobit/depositfiles

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    Tokio Hotel - Dream Machine (2017)
    Artist: Tokio Hotel
    Title Of Album: Dream Machine
    Release Date: 2017
    Location: Germany
    Label: Starwatch (88985414872)
    Genre: Alternative Rock, Synth-pop
    Quality: FLAC (image+.cue+covers)
    Length: 40:50 min
    Tracks: 10
    Total Size: 300 MB (+5%)

    Dream Machine ? ????? ????????? ?????? ? ???????? ?????????? ????????? ?????? ???????? ?????? Tokio Hotel, ?????????? 3 ????? ?? ????? ???? ??????? Starwatch Music. ?????? ???????? ? ???????: ??????????? ???????? CD ??? ?????? (10 ??????) ? ???????????? ???????? (????????????? ???????-???? ? ???????????????? ??????? ???????, ????? ?????? ?What If? ? ?????-?????? ? ??????? ??????????? ????????? ?????, ???????????? ? ??????? ???????????).

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    Ron Hacker and the Hacksaws - Filthy Animal (2011)
    Artist: Ron Hacker and The Hacksaws
    Title Of Album: Filthy Animal
    Release Date: 2011
    Location: USA
    Label: Ron Hacker (WTB 1001)
    Genre: Modern Electric Blues
    Quality: APE (image+.cue+covers)
    Length: 49:34 min
    Tracks: 13
    Total Size: 319 MB (+5%)

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    49 Ford - That's How We Roll (2011)
    Artist: 49 Ford
    Title Of Album: That's How We Roll
    Release Date: 2011
    Location: USA
    Label: 49 Ford (884502974805)
    Genre: Blues-Rock
    Quality: FLAC (image+.cue+covers)
    Length: 55:26 min
    Tracks: 10
    Total Size: 387 MB (+5%)

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    Malukah – The Dragonborn Comes Medieval Fantasy Folk that will transport you into magical worlds. This album is a tribute to The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim soundtrack, originally composed by Jeremy Soule. It includes covers of all the bard songs in the game, plus Vokul Fen Mah written by Malukah.

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