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    Angelique Kidjo - Remain in Light (1980/2018)

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    Northern Cree - ᓂᑎᓴᓇᐠ - Nîtisânak Brothers and Sister (2018)

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    VA Ministry Of Sound - Throwback Reggae Dancehall (2018).VS.MP3
    Dancehall, Lovers Rock, Ragga, Soca, Bhangramuffin, Reggae Fusion, Seggae | Ministry Of Sound
    320 kbps | MP3 | unmixed | 01-06-2018 | 03:07:28 | 443 Mb
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    01. Ameritz - Taboo 3:37
    02. Apache Indian - Chokthere 4:24
    03. Barrington Levy - Here I Come 3:37
    04. Beenie Man - Who Am I 3:16
    05. Beenie Man - Dude 4:15
    06. Buju Banton - Murderer 3:57
    07. Chaka Demus - Murder She Wrote 4:05
    08. Cham - Ghetto Story 4:12
    09. Charly Black - Gyal You A Party Animal 3:35
    10. Collie Buddz - Come Around 3:42
    11. Collie Buddz - Mamacita 3:14
    12. Damian Marley - Welcome To Jamrock 3:33
    13. Dawn Penn - You Dont Love Me 4:38
    14. Elephant Man - Pon De River Pon De Bank 4:05
    15. Gregory Isaacs - Night Nurse 4:07
    16. I Wayne - Cant Satisfy Her 3:42
    17. Ini Kamoze - Here Comes The Hotstepper 4:11
    18. Kevin Lyttle - Turn Me On 3:06
    19. Max Romeo - I Chase The Devil 6:50
    20. Pato Banton - Baby Come Back 3:52
    21. Peter Tosh - Legalize It 4:39
    22. Popcaan - Only Man She Want 3:26
    23. Rupee - Tempted To Touch 4:03
    24. Sean Paul - Gimme The Light 3:48
    25. Sean Paul - Get Busy 3:32
    26. Serani - No Games 3:08
    27. Shabba Ranks - Ting-A-Ling 3:52
    28. Shaggy - Boombastic 4:07
    29. Spice - So Mi Like It 2:33
    30. Super Cat - Ghetto Red Hot 3:52
    31. Ub40 - Red Red Wine 3:03
    32. Red Rat - Tight Up Skirt 3:27
    33. Notch - Nuttin Nuh Go So 4:03
    34. Mad Cobra - Flex 4:00
    35. Red Rat - Shelly Ann 4:06
    36. John Holt - Police In Helicopter 3:37
    37. Althea And Donna - Uptown Top Ranking 3:14
    38. Shaggy - Oh Carolina 3:06
    39. Bobby Mcferrin - Dont Worry Be Happy 3:53
    40. Gyptian - Hold Yuh 3:53
    41. Tony Matterhorn - Dutty Wine 2:51
    42. Sasha - Dat Sexy Body 2:43
    43. Mr. Vegas - Heads High 3:31
    44. Mr. Vegas - Hot Fuk - Hot Wuk 2:48
    45. Apache Indian - Boom Shack-A-Lak 4:30
    46. Admiral Bailey - Punanny 3:39
    47. Sister Nancy - Bam Bam 3:10
    48. Cutty Ranks - Who Say Me Dun 3:27
    49. Wayne Smith - Under Me Sleng Teng 4:08
    50. Wayne Wonder - No Letting Go 3:22

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    M. Ward has dropped a surprise new album, What a Wonderful Industry.The new record follows 2016’s More Rain and was self-released through M. Ward Records. Add that fact to the presumably sarcastic title, the shark jaws on the cover art, and tracks like “Shark” (“Tommy is a tiger shark/ Lives in the Bengal Sea/ And by day, he’s a music manager/ And once he even managed me”), and it seems to hint that the bluesy folkster has come up against some professional meshugas in recent years.

    Whatever the case, What a Wonderful Industry features a range of styles, from the echo-y country ramble of “Kind of Human” to the beach-y pop of “Return to Neptune’s Nest”. The second track, a sturdy folk rocker called “Miracle Man”, features guest vocals by My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James.


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    Angelique KidjoIn 1983, Angélique Kidjo moved to Paris from her native Benin. An upstart musician, she wanted a new life away from the communist regime of her native land, where she could listen to hits, not propaganda, on commercial radio. Once in Paris, Kidjo attended a jazz school and absorbed all the music she could. “…I became a music junkie,” she recently told the Los Angeles Times. During her studies, she came across the single, “Once in a Lifetime,” an Afrobeat-inspired tune from Talking Heads. Encouraged by the African sound of the record, Kidjo told her fellow students about the rhythms she heard. They insisted — incorrectly — that it was rock. “I said, ‘That’s not rock and roll,” she told the L.A. Times. “It’s African music.”
    Perhaps fueled by that experience, Kidjo’s…

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    Remain in Light recreates the 1980 LP as an authentic Afrobeat record that dives head-on into the Fela Kuti-inspired aesthetic of the Talking Heads original. Though a widely heralded classic, the group’s album only scratched the surface of West African funk. They synthesized the sound, blending it with pop and rock to make it more palatable for mostly white American listeners. Conversely, Kidjo’s interpretation feels more legitimate and offers an unfiltered representation of the Motherland’s polyrhythmic dance. Take “Listening Wind” as an example: above a gentle mix of djembe drums and oscillating synths, Kidjo tells the story of a man named Mojique, who sees first-hand the colonization of his village. “He sees the foreigners in growing numbers,” she sings. “He sees the foreigners in fancy houses.” There’s a measured sadness to Kidjo’s voice, as if she’s living the trauma herself. The song connects here as much as it did in 1980: Gentrification has quickly taken hold across Africa and throughout major cities in the U.S., and people of color are forced to leave communities in which they’ve lived for generations. “Seen and Not Seen” delves into society’s standards of beauty: Kidjo remixes Talking Heads’ spoken-word poem, using resonant chants to detail a man’s struggle to accept his physical features. The man in this imagined tale is presumed to be a person of color; the media he consumes is full of white faces.

    Perhaps on purpose, Kidjo’s version of “Once in a Lifetime” is arguably the best song on this set, as it maintains the festive nature of the Talking Heads cut, while adding deeper percussion to it. Equally nostalgic and carefree, Kidjo’s version is marked by a creative freedom that taps into her formative years as a nascent visionary, who was determined to tell the world about Africa’s strong influence on Western music. Thirty-eight years after the landmark album, Remain in Light gives new life to the original while further illustrating Kidjo’s grand majesty. — NPR


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  • 06/09/18--09:53: J' ai vu le loup
  • Veronique Chalot

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    Tracks:
    1. Chant De La Montagne
    2. Bourrée
    3. L'empoisonneuse
    4. Le Souliers De La Belle
    5. La Maumarieè
    6. Danse Des Sorcieres
    7. Chant De La Mer
    8. An Dro-Ronde


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    Golden Dawn ArkestraAdd equal parts Sun Ra, Fela Kuti, ’60s psychedelia, and Talking Heads’ Remain in Light-era poly-rhythmic Afrobeat, sprinkle a dash of ’70s disco with a chaser of Flaming Lips on-stage spectacle fun, then mix it one tall glass and you have the original sound of the Golden Dawn Arkestra. This is an intoxicating brew that’s best taken in doses long and slow, with a steady infectious beat.
    Of course, it’s tough to capture a unique band like this in a recording studio, since they really come alive in a live concert setting. Golden Dawn Arkestra is visually and audibly captivating in equal measure. All of their on-stage costumes and the exotic light show really add to the atmosphere. Which brings us to Children of the Sun, Golden Dawn Arkestra’s second full-length album.

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    Apparently in the works since 2017, it features a joyous upbeat title track that rises to even greater heights when done live in concert, inspiring audiences to dance continuously. This intoxicating tune could become the Golden Dawn Arkestra’s theme song, if it really takes off in popularity.

    The only bands which share this sense of on-stage spectacle, in spirit if not musically, would have to be the Flaming Lips and the Polyphonic Spree. However, these Sun Ra disciples have taken their original inspirations and really expanded upon it, making each concert an eventful party.

    “Wings of Ra,” the mystically exotic first music video and single from Children of the Sun, demonstrates this, while their psychedelic-rock influences come well into the forefront. The lively and catchy “Lovely Day” fans a samba and Fela Kuti vibe, only in outer space. Their seductive “The Ocean” has an Earth Wind and Fire slow jam feel – through, again, only if it’s from another plant – while “Cosmic Dancer” exhibits an upbeat Cerrone / Latin disco mixed vibe.

    Soothing Middle Eastern sounds flow into the melody of “No One Like You.” Golden Dawn Arkestra’s mellow, mysterious “The Answer” is not blowing in the wind, but nevertheless casts a mellow spell over the listener. There’s some pretty darn good whistling performed in this tune, too. “Lovely Day” comes on as an intoxicating modern day choral samba. There are a couple of instrumental interludes (the spacey and wonderfully weird “Ra-Horakhty,” the echoey “Tropicalismo”) and they only add to the album’s flow and overall mood.


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    Joachim Witt - Dom [2CD] (2012)

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    ??????: Dom [2CD]
    ????: Darkwave | Goth Rock | Neue Deutsche Welle | Electronic
    ????????: Columbia SevenOne Music; Sony Music Entertainment [88725 45446 2]
    ???: 2012
    ??????: FLAC (*image + .cue,log, covers)
    ??????: 633Mb
    ??????: Depositfiles | Turbobit (3% ?? ??????????????)

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    Thad Foster / Red-Headed Stepchild Жанр : Country Страна : USA (Parker, Arizona) Год издания : 2018 Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 00:47:39 Треклист : 01.

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