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David Davis & The Warrior River Boys have produced a masterful and exciting collection of songs originally recorded in the 1920s by the legendary Charlie Pooleand his North Carolina Ramblers, a generation before Bill Monroe is credited with founding bluegrass music. “Our intention was to evolve the songs, yet leave the strength and essence of the original feel as our foundation and build on that,” explains Davis.
Didn’t He Ramble is eagerly anticipated in bluegrass circles. Co-producer Davis is a veteran picker who has appeared on numerous classic bluegrass recordings, and a recipient of countless awards in bluegrass and country music. In recent years Davis has been quietly challenging the notion that to be faithful to traditional bluegrass necessitates exclusively channeling Monroe-or other first-generation bluegrass legends, such as The Stanley Brothers and Flatt & Scruggs. Now, with the release of Didn’t He Ramble, Davis is seeking to nudge discussions about the origins of bluegrass back a generation.
This isn’t a tribute album in the traditional sense: the band has taken Poole’s songs and re-imagined them to fit the modern music landscape. “The idea of recording a tribute to Charlie Poole was very interesting to us,” muses Davis. “For a number of years we had mentioned him as our candidate for ‘Grandfather of Bluegrass Music.’ The best tribute that we could offer was to try to take the key elements from Poole’s music and evolve that into more modern forms of traditional music, stating our case for Poole being not only a worthy candidate for ‘Grandfather of Bluegrass,’ but actually ‘Grandfather’ for a much broader roots music family.” Davis continues, “This particular recording contains the most extensive variety of traditional roots styles that we have ever included on one recording, it’s a marriage of old-time tunes melded with bluegrass instrumentation, rhythm, and harmonies.”
Didn’t He Ramble was produced by banjo player Robert Montgomery & David Davis and recorded by Gary Gordon at Inside Out Studio in Sparta, Illinois. The album revisits 15 timeless tunes from the Charlie Poole songbook, all written by Poole and Norman Woodlieff, infusing such rousing numbers as “He Rambled,” “If The River Was Whiskey,” “May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight, Mister?,” “Milwaukee Blues” and “White House Blues.” The Warrior River Boys bring fresh energy and their own musical identity to the original versions, which have become enduring classics. “Selecting fifteen songs from Poole’s 80 recorded song repertoire was not easy, but we know that a number of different styles are represented on the recording, giving it a broader palette,” says Davis.
Davis joined The Warrior River Boys in 1983 and quickly became the band leader. Today the five piece band encompasses Alabama Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame member (and leading practitioner of traditional bluegrass for more than 30 years) Davis on mandolin and vocals; plus co-producer and award-winning banjo player Robert Montgomery, who played a pivotal role in selecting the songs for this release; renowned bass player Marty Hays; singer-songwriter and master guitarist Stan Wilemon; and luthier and fiddle player Phillip James.
Bluegrass music has been Davis’ life-long calling, and he brings the same intensity to interpreting Charlie Poole material as he does to the world of traditional bluegrass. Collectively, the depth and breadth of the Warrior River Boys’ ability is a bandleader’s dream and brings Didn’t He Ramble to life.
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Still is a 4 track EP and is the first new music from the band since 2014. Includes 3 new tracks with an alternate version of ‘So Tonight That I Might See’ from their biggest album, of the same name from 1993.
01. Quiet, The Winter Harbor
02. That Way Again
04. So Tonight That I Might See (.ascension version)
Spiritual jazz from Italy and the USA; new desert blues by Sidi Toure, Bombino and Imarhan; more classics from West Africa's golden age; Afro-champeta, including the first new recording by Abelardo Carbono in decades
Artist: Pink Floyd | Album: The Dark Side Of The Moon | Released: 1973 | Genre: Rock | Country: Great Britain | Duration: 00:42:59[/center]
Artist: The Avalanches | Album: Since I Left You | Released: 2000 | Label: Original Release / Modular Recordings | Catalog #: MODCD009 | Genre: Trip-Hop, Hip-Hop
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Celebrate the very best of Glenn Frey’s solo career with a stunning four-disc 3 CD/DVD box set, Above The Clouds: The Collection. Above the Clouds compiles the key elements of Frey’s music both before and after the Eagles became international superstars, showcasing the broad range and wide influence of the Detroit-bred singer-songwriter in the process.
The first disc, aptly subtitled The Very Best of Glenn Frey, is chock-full of major chart hits, including the Beverly Hills Copsmash “The Heat Is On,” the gritty, slide-guitar-driven gutbucket groove of “Smuggler’s Blues,” the epic Miami Viceballad “You Belong to the City,” the inward-looking poignancy of “Soul Searchin’,” and much more. This disc will be available as a stand-alone disc as well as part of the box set. And while Glenn clearly embraced the burgeoning video age, nabbing a vaunted 1985 MTV Music Video Award with the cinematically dramatic clip for “Smuggler’s Blues,” it’s the enduring essence of the man’s songwriting skills on display here that truly sealed his legacy as a solo artist.
Disc 2 explores Frey’s prowess beyond the charts, from the classy to the classic. Included are the broad swath of “After Hours'” his majestic take on “For Sentimental Reasons,” a harmonic nod to the Beach Boys with a spot-on cover of “Caroline, No,” and the sheer battle cry of “Route 66” among them.
The third disc highlights the early output of the duo formed by longtime friends Frey and JD Souther known as Longbranch/Pennywhistle makes its digital debut. Originally released on the Amos label in 1969, the self-titled Longbranch/Pennywhistle may have ultimately been consigned to the side bins of the acid-rock era, but songs like “Kite Woman” and “Run, Boy, Run” serve as the literal seeds of the country-rock movement Frey and the Eagles perfected to a T. Besides navigating the success of his own fine solo career (see “You’re Only Lonely”), Souther also went on to be a chief Frey collaborator on such pivotal Eagles songs as “Best of My Love,” “New Kid in Town,” and “Heartache Tonight.”
The final disc, a live DVD culled from a telling performance at the National Stadium in Dublin, Ireland, on September 15, 1992, on the Strange Weather tour, shows Frey and his top-shelf band at the height of their powers, veering from the cool-breeze manifestos of “Long Hot Summer” and “Peaceful Easy Feeling” to the rip-roaring crackle of “Strange Weather” to the everyone-join-in vibes of “Party Town.”
08 Mister, Mister
09 Don’t Talk Now
10 Never Have Enough
DVD Strange Weather/Live In Dublin
Recorded September 15, 1992
At The National Stadium, Dublin, Ireland
01 Long Hot Summer
02 Peaceful Easy Feeling
03 New Kid In Town
04 The One You Love
05 Strange Weather
06 I’ve Got Mine
07 Lyin’ Eyes / Take It Easy (Medley)
08 Wild Mountain Thyme
09 River Of Dreams
10 True Love
11 Love In The 21st Century
12 Livin’ Right
13 Smuggler’s Blues
14 The Heat Is On
15 Heartache Tonight
16 Party Town
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“Visions of the Emerald Beyond” is an album by the jazz fusion group Mahavishnu Orchestra, and the second released by its second incarnation. As the second album to document the second Mahavishnu Orchestra, this one isn’t as, well, apocalyptic as its predecessor, yet it does focus more intently on the band itself.
Jean-Luc Ponty’s curling electric violin lines help give this Mahavishnu band a more European sound than its predecessor, and some of the orchestral concepts of Apocalypse work their way into the picture via comments by a string trio and trumpet/sax duo. This band also had some interest in a bombastic funk direction that may have been borrowed from Mr. “Chameleon” Herbie Hancock, and would later be followed by Mahavishnu Two’s drummer, Michael Walden. Gayle Moran’s ethereal vocals don’t date as badly as those on many jazz-rock records; at least she can sing. Overall, this Mahavishnu edition is more refined and not as aggressive as the first – although they could charge ahead pretty hard, as “Be Happy” and “On the Way Home to Earth” demonstrate – yet they were still capable of making memorable electric music.
John McLaughlin – guitars, vocals
Jean-Luc Ponty – violin, vocals, electric violin, baritone violin
Ralphe Armstrong – bass guitar, vocals, contrabass
Narada Michael Walden – percussion, drums, vocals, clavinet
Gayle Moran – keyboards, vocals
Title: Singles Chart Hot 100 Billboard 02 June
Label: Hollywood Reporter, Billboard Media Group
Style: Country, Folk, Hip Hop, Trap, Latin, Dancehall, Alternative, Indie, Funk, Synthpop
Release Date: 31-05-2018
Format: CD, Top, Compilation
Quality: 320 Kbps/Joint Stereo/44100Hz
Tracks: 100 Tracks
Time: 05:49:35 Min
Size: 770 MB
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Artist: Confusion Project | Album: Primal | Released: 2018 | Genre: Jazz
Artist: Matt Andersen and The Mellotones | Album: Live At Olympic Hall | Released: 2018 | Genre: Blues
Artist: Cowboy Junkies | Album: Whites Off Earth Now!! | Released: 1986, 2009 | Genre: Alternative Rock
Artist: The Guess Who | Album: Canned Wheat | Released: 1969, 1975 | Genre: Rock
Artist: Scorpions | Album: Lovedrive | Released: 1979 | Genre: Rock
Artist: Enigma | Album: The Screen Behind The Mirror | Released: 2000, 2018 | Genre: Electronic
Artist: Creedence Clearwater Revival | Album: Cosmos Factory | Released: 1970, 1980 | Genre: Rock
Artist: Judas Priest | Album: Nostradamus | Released: 2008 | Genre: Heavy Metal
Хорея Козацька - Дискография Обновлено 1.06.2018 Жанр : Фольклор в академическом исполнении, Medieval, Baroque Год выпуска диска : 2009-2012 Страна : Украина Аудио кодек : MP3 Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Треклист : #77 1.
Drie van de mooiste stemmen zingen nummers van een van
de grootste componisten uit Zaïre. Dit is zo prachtig, ik ben er
ondersteboven van. De fluwelen stem van Carlito, de warmte
van Pépé Kallé en de krachtige vibrato van Madilu tezamen.
..En dan de muziek van Simaro-Massiya, het is maar een kort
plaatje, 45 toeren op 12 inch, maar heel mooi.
Maya hadden we all eens maar Verre
Cassé nog niet..
Three of the most magnificent voices sing songs of one of the
greatest composers from Zaïre. This is so wonderful, I am blown
away by it. The velvet voice of Carlito, the warmth of Pépé Kallé
and the powerful vibrato of Madilu together. ..And then the music
of Simaro-Massiya, it is a short record, a 45 on 12 inch but
very nice. We already had Maya but Verre
Cassé not yet..
01 – Verre cassé, Nasala nini ?
02 – Maya 2e version, Namekaki bango