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    Spooky Tooth - Witness (1973)

    Artist : Spooky Tooth
    Title Of Album: Witness
    Year Of Release: 1973 (2004)
    Label (Catalog#): Repertoire (REPUK 1060)
    Country : UK
    Genre: blues rock, progressive rock
    Quality : FLAC (*image + .cue,log,scans)
    Bitrate: Lossless
    Time: 36:07
    Full Size: 250,0 MB

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    Black Sabbath - We Sold Our Soul For Rock 'n' Roll [2CD] (1975)

    Artist : Black Sabbath
    Title Of Album: We Sold Our Soul For Rock 'n' Roll (2CD)
    Year Of Release: 1975 (2011)
    Label (Catalog#): Sanctuary / Universal Japan (UICY-25122 / 23)
    Country : UK
    Genre: hard rock
    Quality : FLAC (*image + .cue,log,scans)
    Bitrate: Lossless
    Time: 92:19
    Full Size: 706,0 MB

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    L'histoire en vrac :
    1985 - 1er single ultra efficace "Si seulement tu voulais monter" , déjà produit par DBF, et écrit par Oliver Kowalski ! (ça va plaire à Fred' !)
    Un four, et c'est bien dommage. La face B "Tu vas revenir" donne largement , à l'inverse, le bourdon...

    1986 1er 45t chez Polygram, sous la signature de Platine (!) records : "Absence". Le titre passe beaucoup en radios... D'ailleurs aucun titre de la chanteuse ne percera vraiment...
    1987 , signature chez Philips !
    Single le plus connu "A part Ted", joli jeu de mots avec un texte profond et ironique.
    L'album suit, avec une pochette assez proche. L'album sera majoritairement conçu par la Véro et DBF... Yves Martin participe au chœurs et Manu Katché à la batterie !
    Les 2 singles suivant sortis respectivement en 1987 et 1988 seront des remixes (Il faut lire les dos de pochette car sinon, on passe à côté !) "Pourquoi tu mens?" et enfin "Georges" ...

    Côté maxis, seuls "Absence" n'en aura pas... "A part Ted" contient une version exclusive au Maxi 45 qui commence par une instru saxophone - Dispo nulle part ailleurs- pour s'enchaîner à la version "normale". Les fesse B des 2 derniers 45t sont des versions écourtées des titres de l'album, et sur le dos des pochettes les durées sont erronées !

    Le CD 1 contient l'album original avec son remis en exergue (Merci à Fred' pour les pistes wav du CD !- (merci à Christine ndlr)
    le CD2 contient les versions 45t et maxis (Merci à AR pour les 2 introuvables versions longues de "Georges" et "Pourquoi tu mens"!eRcQGapJ!lWbM3rgcwhDcuiFakc943ud7j0ejRuQ2lOFrczQJbXs

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    Nekrogoblikon - Welcome To Bonkers (2018)

    ???????????: Nekrogoblikon
    ??????: USA
    ??????: Welcome To Bonkers
    ????: Melodic Death Metal | Folk Metal
    ????????: Independent Label
    ???: 2018
    ??????: FLAC (*image + .cue,log, covers)
    ??????: 336Mb
    ??????: Turbobit | GigaPeta (3% ?? ??????????????)

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    Simulation Theory is the upcoming eighth studio album by English rock band Muse. It will be released on 9 November 2018 through Warner Bros. Records and Helium-3. Co-produced by the band with Rich Costey, Mike Elizondo, Shellback, and Timbaland, it is a synth-rock album with themes of simulation and centering on the idea of “fantasy becoming real”. Contrasting the band’s previous three albums which dealt with darker themes, the band sought lighter influences from science fiction and 1980s pop culture and produced the album one track at a time without a focus on a greater narrative or theme. Recording began at AIR Studios in London in early 2017 with Elizondo, creating three tracks before embarking on a midyear tour of North America. Production restarted in Los Angeles in late 2017 with Costey, who had co-produced the band’s 2003 album Absolution and 2006 album Black Holes and Revelations. “Era-blending” juxtapositioning and the contemporary political climate of the United States informed the album’s music and lyrics.

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    Keith Jarrett - The Koln Concert (1975) [2017 SACD]

    Artist: Keith Jarrett
    Title Of Album: The Koln Concert
    Year Of Release: 1975 [2017]
    Label (Catalog#): ECM Records [PROZ-1087]
    Country: US
    Genre: Jazz
    Quality: DSD64 image (*.iso) | FLAC (HDtracks)
    Bitrate: 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | [24bit/88,2 kHz]
    Time: 01:06:17
    Full Size: 2,65 GB / 1,05 GB (+5%rec.)

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    Paul McCartney - Driving Rain (2001)

    ???????????: Paul McCartney
    ??????: Driving Rain
    ???: 2001
    ????: Soft Rock, Pop Rock
    ??????: FLAC (image, 894 kbps, cue, log, scans)
    ??????: 473 MB (3% ??????????????)
    ????????????: 67:18
    Label: MPL (Universal, Russia)
    Upload: Turbobit, Gigapeta

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    Samson Francois - Chopin: Les Quatorze Valses (1964) [2011 SACD]

    Artist: Samson Francois
    Title Of Album: Chopin: Les Quatorze Valses
    Year Of Release: 1964 [2011]
    Label (Catalog#): EMI [TOGE-12032]
    Country: France
    Genre: Classical
    Quality: DSD64 image (*.iso) | FLAC (Hi-Res)
    Bitrate: 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | [24bit/88,2 kHz]
    Time: 00:49:34
    Full Size: 2,09 GB / 801 mb (+3%rec.)

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    Burning Witches - Hexenhammer [Limited Edition] (2018)

    ???????????: Burning Witches
    ??????: Switzerland
    ??????: Hexenhammer [Limited Edition]
    ????: Heavy Metal | Power Metal
    ????????: Nuclear Blast GmbH. [27361 45160]
    ???: 2018
    ??????: FLAC (*image + .cue,log, covers)
    ??????: 493Mb
    ??????: Turbobit | GigaPeta (3% ?? ??????????????)

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    Samson Francois - Chopin: Polonaise Collection (1970) [2011 SACD]

    Artist: Samson Francois
    Title Of Album: Chopin: Les Quatorze Valses
    Year Of Release: 1970 [2011]
    Label (Catalog#): EMI [TOGE-12027~28]
    Country: France
    Genre: Classical
    Quality: DSD64 image (*.iso) | FLAC (Hi-Res)
    Bitrate: 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | [24bit/88,2 kHz]
    Time: 01:52:43
    Full Size: 4,51 GB / 1,74 GB (+3%rec.)

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    Ah nee mah - The Spirit of Mesa Verde (2000)

    ???????????: Ah nee mah
    ??????: The Spirit of Mesa Verde
    ??? ???????: 2000
    ?????: World, American Native

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    The terrific must-see Muscle Shoals documentary from 2013 kick-started a revival of sorts for the music that emerged, perhaps exploded is more appropriate, from this sleepy Alabama town. That set the stage for a musical follow-up tribute which finds 17 diverse roots acts offering their own interpretations to a variety of songs recorded there.

    Not surprisingly, the result of trying to be a little of everything to everyone ends up as an inconsistent yet certainly heartfelt set that might get a few more folks interested in the Muscle Shoals sound who were previously unaware of how rich and varied it was. It’s easy to forget that the Stones went there to record “Brown Sugar” and “Wild Horses” (appearing here in versions by Stephen Tyler and Alan Jackson respectively), Dylan waxed “Gotta Serve Somebody” (a cool quartet of Willie Nelson, Chris Stapleton, Lee Ann Womack and Jamey Johnson tackles that one) and even Bob Seger (the hopelessly schlocky “We’ve Got Tonight” by Glee’s Chord Overstreet) all washed their music in that special Muscle Shoals Southern sauce.

    There’s country (a lovely version of Gregg Allman’s “Come and Go Blues,” by Alison Krauss, a song that has no direct connection to the city), blues (Grace Potter giving it her best shot on Etta James’ “I’d Rather Go Blind”), gospel (“Respect Yourself” is a natural for Mike Farris and The Blind Boys of Alabama), soul (Eli “Paperboy” Reed testifying on the great “Steal Away”) and rock and roll (Shinedown’s Brently Stephen Smith doesn’t do much of interest with “Mustang Sally”). Most of the tracks are from the ’60s and ’70s, the heyday of the Muscle Shoals sound. But soul veteran Candi Staton (with John Paul White and Alabama-born Jason Isbell) reprises her “I Ain’t Easy to Love,” recorded on last year’s album.

    There are a few miscues. Bringing in Kid Rock to reprise Clarence Carter’s classic “Snatchin’ It Back” seems like a desperate attempt to get his audience on board since he doesn’t add anything to the song. Aloe Blacc isn’t particularly inspired with his by-the-numbers take on the Staple Singers’ “I’ll Take You There,” and even though it’s fun to hear Delbert McClinton reprise his “Giving It Up For Your Love,” along with Doobie Brothers’ frontman Tom Johnston, there’s nothing going on we didn’t hear the first time around.

    None of these are horrible, just unnecessary at worst. While it would be impossible to include music from even a fraction of the artists that chronicled timeless music in Muscle Shoals, ignoring the great Arthur Alexander, who recorded “You Better Move On” (the first record at the city’s fabled FAME studios), is a substantial miss. Still, there is plenty here to enjoy. And if this exposes a new audience to the incredible songs that emerged from this town (and they are inspired to go back to hear the originals that even at their best these covers can’t touch) it has done its job.

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    The Oldham Tinkers formed in the mid 1960’s following a chance meeting in a Lancashire pub. Brothers Larry and Gerry Kearns and John Howarth formed the band and would go on to record tracks for various Topic Record compilations before being asked to record their first of five albums for Topic.
    ‘Oldham’s Burning Sands’ was recorded in 1971 at Tin Pan Alley Studios London. Produced by A. L. Lloyd, four more albums followed. This introduction to The Oldham Tinkers release is a snap shot of the wonderful collection of colourful material recorded by a lost treasure within the Topic Records stable.
    In the summer of 1965 a chance meeting between John Howarth and the brothers Larry and Gerry Kearns in the Highfield and Park pub in Waterloo Street, Oldham, saw the beginning of years of fun and music for the Oldham Tinkers, and indeed for Anybody who happened to listen to them. The trio chose the title “Tinkers” because at that time there were differences of opinion in Oldham between travelling people and the council. The name of the town was later added to differentiate between this northern triumvirate and a London based group, also called the Tinkers.
    Although John had not met the Kearns brothers for over ten years, he was no stranger to them. He had shared a primary school desk with Larry for four years and had many times met Gerry at play and at school functions. At this pub meeting they resolved to play music together but this was by no means the birth of their musical apprenticeships. The lads came from musical families of Irish stock where music was never taught but vastly encouraged and where family sing-songs were an everyday event. The boys had grown up surrounded by informal music, and luckily they were very aware of it. It did not pass them by. It clung to them. This combination of music and informality has become their trademark.
    Though the manner is casual, the musicianship is thorough, solid, varied and of extremely high standard. Although in the early days all three played a variety of instruments, now John confines his efforts principally to the banjo, Gerry to the Spanish guitar, and Larry to the whistles and mandolin.
    For years the majority of their work was in pubs where audiences regarded these three fellows as a three man stand-up turn to be derided and clapped accordingly. In such places they dug deep into the music of their family sing-songs, particularly the humorous ones, and worked hard handling various audiences. After a baptism such as the Oldham Tinkers had, the world of folk clubs and theatres in which they later found themselves, was like being on holiday. Later followed work at folk festivals, radio and television work, much of the latter being background music for plays and documentaries about the north of England, for which the Oldham Tinkers’ music is particularly suited. It was gratifying to have a string of television appearances in their wake, but a terrific honour in the summer of 1977 when the Oldham Tinkers were summonsed to sing for Her Majesty the Queen and Prince Phillip at a Royal Gala Performance at the Palace Theatre, Manchester.
    When asked to describe their own music, the Oldham Tinkers are uncertain. Some people call it simply “folk”, but does that word sum it up? It involves a wealth of children’s material, gleaned mainly from their own childhoods, a host of airs and lilts bequeathed by their family backgrounds, narrative songs, music hall songs, dialect songs and poetry, pub songs, daft songs, and deeply sincere songs, often sad. Mostly they sing of Oldham, past and present, with more of a hint of history and industry. They were once guests on the late John Peel Show. They were shocked to be asked, amused too, but flattered. They did the job and enjoyed it.
    The town in which they live, and their family upbringings contribute most to the Oldham Tinkers’ music but they owe no mean debt to the influences of the great Northern dialect poets like the late Edwin Waugh and Sammy Laycock, and more recently, but again the late Cliff Gerrard from St Helens and Rochdales’ Harvey Kershaw, both of whom were good friends of the lads. They have been affected too by both George Formby senior and his son, and by Charles Chiltern and Harry Boardman who gave them more than the spark to delve into history for their more serious material, by many close friends, and by thousands of Northern people.

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    Insolvency - Antagonism Of The Soul (2018)

    ???????????: Insolvency
    ??????: France
    ??????: Antagonism Of The Soul
    ????: Melodic Death Metal | Metalcore
    ????????: Send The Wood Music; Season Of Mist [INCY2017]
    ???: 2018
    ??????: FLAC (*image + .cue,log, covers)
    ??????: 382Mb
    ??????: Turbobit | GigaPeta (3% ?? ??????????????)

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    Axe - Living On The Edge (1980) [Reissue 1997]

    ???????????: Axe
    ??????: Living On The Edge
    ????: Melodic Hard Rock
    ??? ??????: 1980 / 1997
    ??????: APE (image+.cue, log, scans)
    ????????: Lossless
    ??????: 399 Mb
    ??: katfile/gigapeta/turbobit

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    Otto Klemperer - Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 3 Scottish (1960) [2011 Hi-Res]

    Artist: Otto Klemperer
    Title Of Album: Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 3 Scottish
    Year Of Release: 1960 [2011]
    Label (Catalog#): Warner [WPGS-50144]
    Country: International
    Genre: Classical
    Quality: FLAC (*tracks)
    Bitrate: 24 Bit/88,2 kHz
    Time: 01:20:39
    Full Size: 1,33 GB (+3%rec.)

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    This is the first time The BEATLES (‘White Album’) has been remixed and presented with an additional disc demo recordings. To create the new stereo audio mixes for ‘The White Album,’ Giles Martin and Sam Okell worked with an expert team of engineers and audio restoration specialists at Abbey Road Studios in London. The album’s original 30 tracks have been newly remixed into stereo by producers Giles Martin and Sam Okell, with the new remix joined by the 27 “Esher Demos” from May 1968 and a whopping 50 session takes, most of which are previously unreleased. (Dig a rehearsal of “Let It Be” among the surprises!) The remix will appear on CDs 1 and 2, with the Esher Demos on CD 3 and the session material on CDs 4-6.


    Disc: 1

      1. Back in the U.S.S.R.
      2. Dear Prudence
      3. Glass Onion
      4. Ob – La
      5. Wild Honey Pie
      6. The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill
      7. While My Guitar Gently Weeps
      8. Happiness is a Warm Gun
      9. Martha My Dear
      10. I’m so tired
      11. Blackbird
      12. Piggies
      13. Rocky Raccoon
      14. Don’t Pass Me By
      15. Why don’t we do it in the road?
      16. I Will
      17. Julia


    Disc: 2

      1. Birthday
      2. Yer Blues
      3. Mother Nature’s Son
      4. Everybody’s Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey
      5. Sexy Sadie
      6. Helter Skelter
      7. Long, Long, Long
      8. Revolution I
      9. Honey Pie
      10. Savoy Truffle
      11. Cry Baby Cry
      12. Revolution 9
      13. Good Night


    Disc: 3

      1. Back in the U.S.S.R. (Esher Demo)
      2. Dear Prudence (Esher Demo)
      3. Glass Onion (Esher Demo)
      4. Ob – La
      5. The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill (Esher Demo)
      6. While My Guitar Gently Weeps (Esher Demo)
      7. Happiness is a Warm Gun (Esher Demo)
      8. I’m so tired (Esher Demo)
      9. Blackbird (Esher Demo)
      10. Piggies (Esher Demo)
      11. Rocky Raccoon (Esher Demo)
      12. Julia (Esher Demo)
      13. Yer Blues (Esher Demo)
      14. Mother Nature’s Son (Esher Demo)
      15. Everybody’s Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey (Esher Demo)
      16. Sexy Sadie (Esher Demo)
      17. Revolution (Esher Demo)
      18. Honey Pie (Esher Demo)
      19. Cry Baby Cry (Esher Demo)
      20. Sour Milk Sea (Esher Demo)
      21. Junk (Esher Demo)
      22. Child of Nature (Esher Demo)
      23. Circles (Esher Demo)
      24. Mean Mr. Mustard (Esher Demo)
      25. Polythene Pam (Esher Demo)
      26. Not Guilty (Esher Demo)
      27. What’s the New Mary Jane (Esher Demo)


    Disc: 4

      1. Revolution I (Take 18)
      2. A Beginning (Take 4) / Don’t Pass Me By (Take 7)
      3. Blackbird (Take 28)
      4. Everybody’s Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey (Unnumbered rehearsal)
      5. Good Night (Unnumbered rehearsal)
      6. Good Night (Take 10 with a guitar part from Take 5)
      7. Good Night (Take 22)
      8. Ob – La
      9. Revolution (Unnumbered rehearsal)
      10. Revolution (Take 14 – Instrumental backing track)
      11. Cry Baby Cry (Unnumbered rehearsal)
      12. Helter Skelter (First version – Take 2)


    Disc: 5

      1. Sexy Sadie (Take 3)
      2. While My Guitar Gently Weeps (Acoustic version – Take 2)
      3. Hey Jude (Take 1)
      4. St. Louis Blues (Studio jam)
      5. Not Guilty (Take 102)
      6. Mother Nature’s Son (Take 15)
      7. Yer Blues (Take 5 with guide vocal)
      8. What’s the New Mary Jane (Take 1)
      9. Rocky Raccoon (Take 8)
      10. Back in the U.S.S.R. (Take 5 – Instrumental backing track)
      11. Dear Prudence (Vocal, guitar & drums)
      12. Let It Be (Unnumbered rehearsal)
      13. While My Guitar Gently Weeps (Third version – Take 27)
      14. (You’re so Square) Baby, I Don’t Care (Studio jam)
      15. Helter Skelter (Second version – Take 17)
      16. Glass Onion (Take 10)


    Disc: 6

      1. I Will (Take 13)
      2. Blue Moon (Studio jam)
      3. I Will (Take 29)
      4. Step Inside Love (Studio jam)
      5. Los Paranoias (Studio jam)
      6. Can You Take Me Back? (Take 1)
      7. Birthday (Take 2 – Instrumental backing track)
      8. Piggies (Take 12 – Instrumental backing track)
      9. Happiness is a Warm Gun (Take 19)
      10. Honey Pie (Instrumental backing track)
      11. Savoy Truffle (Instrumental backing track)
      12. Martha My Dear (Without brass and strings)
      13. Long, Long, Long (Take 44)
      14. I’m so tired (Take 7)
      15. I’m so tired (Take 14)
      16. The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill (Take 2)
      17. Why don’t we do it in the road? (Take 5)
      18. Julia (Two rehearsals)
      19. The Inner Light (Take 6 – Instrumental backing track)
      20. Lady Madonna (Take 2 – Piano and drums)
      21. Lady Madonna (Backing vocals from take 3)
      22. Across the Universe (Take 6)


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    Otto Klemperer - Franck: Symphony; Schumann: Symphony No.4 (1961) [2010 SACD]

    Artist: Otto Klemperer
    Title Of Album: Franck: Symphony; Schumann: Symphony No.4
    Year Of Release: 1961 [2010]
    Label (Catalog#): EMI / Esoteric [ESSE-90048]
    Country: International
    Genre: Classical
    Quality: DSD64 image (*.iso) | FLAC (Hi-Res)
    Bitrate: 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | [24bit/88,2 kHz]
    Time: 01:07:37
    Full Size: 2,72 GB / 1,12 GB (+5%rec.)

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    If we look at the countries represented in our download top
    twenty, Colombia is with seven out of twenty the clear winner.
    For years I thought African music would be, only because of the
    amount of reactions it gains. If I look at the countries and their
    amount of visitors, the USA is on top and Colombia is second.
    I guess it is a language thing. Not so many Spanish speaking
    people leave messages, maybe because I only write in English
    and Dutch. My Spanish is not sufficient, and I guess their English
    isn’t. One way or the other, it is only fair to give our Colombian
    visitors the first next day. This is an album by one of Colombia’s
    greatest. Calixto Ochoa deserves a bit more attention. With only
    five albums on the site and a huge pile on the shelf, it is about
    time. Calixto appears on this 1978 elpee with singer Luis Cuadros.
    ..just love the smashing basslines..

    Als we kijken naar de landen die vertegenwoordigd zijn in onze
    download top twintig van gisteren, is Colombia met zeven van de
    twintig de duidelijke winnaar. Ik heb jaren gedacht dat Afrikaanse
    muziek het zou winnen, alleen al door het aantal reacties dat we
    erop krijgen. Als ik kijk naar de bezoekers aantallen van de Global
    Groove, zien we de VS op één en Colombia op twee. Ik denk dat het
    met taal te maken heeft. Niet zoveel Spaanstaligen laten reacties
    achter, wellicht omdat ik alleen in Engels en Nederlands schrijf.
    Mijn Spaans is helaas niet toereikend, en waarschijnlijk het Engels
    van Spaanstaligen ook niet. Hoe dan ook, het is gerechtigheid als
    eerst volgende post een Colombiaanse te doen. Dit is een plaatje
    van één van Colombia’s grootsten. Calixto Ochoa verdient wel wat
    meer aandacht. Met slechts vijf albums op de site en een grote
    stapel op de plank werd het wel weer eens tijd. Calixto brengt
    dit album met zanger Luis Cuadros.
    ..geweldige bas partijen..

    tracks ;

    01 – Una cita mas
    02 – Mi tema
    03 – La china
    04 – Las siete que brillan
    05 – Adios
    06 – El barquito de papel
    07 – Amor bendito
    08 – Palenque
    09 – Solo y triste
    10 – Campanito


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