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    61TyKVspifL._SS500.jpg320 kbps | 86 MB | LINKS

    There is a quiet confidence to ‘I Met Her By The River’, Dawda Jobarteh’s third album to be released by Sterns under exclusive licence from Dawda. Although his technique is prodigious, it’s always subservient to the song. Although there are beautiful moments of contemplation, they are never saccharine or facile. With no loss of power or slackening of intent, and while still backed by long-time friends and stalwarts Preben Carlsen and Salieu Dibba, this new album is very much a solo statement.

    The choice of repertoire reflects both Dawda’s home and life in Denmark, and his birth and history in The Gambia. On songs such as “Karang Folo” and “Sidi Yella” we hear the Dawda who is grandson of one of the most famed kora players, Alhaji Bai Konte, and youngest son of Amadou Bansang Jobarteh, the favoured musican of Gambia’s first president. Dawda is also a nephew of the now sadly deceased Malamini Jobarteh and Dembo Konte, the first kora duo to tour outside Africa, from whom Dawda learned so much and who Sterns first recorded in 1985.

    Elsewhere we hear other traditions and styles that Dawda has effortlessly absorbed into his own. “Jeg Gik Mig Ud En Sommerdag”, which roughly translates as “I went out on a summer’s day”, is a Scandinavian melody that dates back to at least the 17th century, and since being set to words in the 19th has become indelibly associated with the Danish summer. The multi-million selling pop of Adele’s “Hello”, Mongo Santamaria’s jazz classic “Afro Blue”, or the self-penned title track “I Met Her By The River” and indeed the social commentary of “Begging Boys”. Dawda is a 21st century musician who has made his home in a western nation and today travels the world as a professional musician. It would be absurd if this reality did not affect his music.


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    61TyKVspifL._SS500.jpg320 kbps | 86 MB | LINKS

    There is a quiet confidence to ‘I Met Her By The River’, Dawda Jobarteh’s third album to be released by Sterns under exclusive licence from Dawda. Although his technique is prodigious, it’s always subservient to the song. Although there are beautiful moments of contemplation, they are never saccharine or facile. With no loss of power or slackening of intent, and while still backed by long-time friends and stalwarts Preben Carlsen and Salieu Dibba, this new album is very much a solo statement.

    The choice of repertoire reflects both Dawda’s home and life in Denmark, and his birth and history in The Gambia. On songs such as “Karang Folo” and “Sidi Yella” we hear the Dawda who is grandson of one of the most famed kora players, Alhaji Bai Konte, and youngest son of Amadou Bansang Jobarteh, the favoured musican of Gambia’s first president. Dawda is also a nephew of the now sadly deceased Malamini Jobarteh and Dembo Konte, the first kora duo to tour outside Africa, from whom Dawda learned so much and who Sterns first recorded in 1985.

    Elsewhere we hear other traditions and styles that Dawda has effortlessly absorbed into his own. “Jeg Gik Mig Ud En Sommerdag”, which roughly translates as “I went out on a summer’s day”, is a Scandinavian melody that dates back to at least the 17th century, and since being set to words in the 19th has become indelibly associated with the Danish summer. The multi-million selling pop of Adele’s “Hello”, Mongo Santamaria’s jazz classic “Afro Blue”, or the self-penned title track “I Met Her By The River” and indeed the social commentary of “Begging Boys”. Dawda is a 21st century musician who has made his home in a western nation and today travels the world as a professional musician. It would be absurd if this reality did not affect his music.


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  • 11/19/18--01:02: Anderson .Paak Oxnard
  • Anderson .Paak
    Oxnard
    (Aftermath/12 Tone Music, LLC, 2018)
    more details


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  • 11/19/18--01:34: Aeon Zen - Ephemera (2014)
  • Aeon Zen - Ephemera (2014)

    ???????????: Aeon Zen
    ??????: UK
    ??????: Ephemera
    ????: Progressive Metal
    ????????: Richard Hinks Music [RMH001]
    ???: 2014
    ??????: FLAC (*image + .cue,log, covers)
    ??????: 341Mb
    ??????: Turbobit | GigaPeta (3% ?? ??????????????)

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    71xzhyhtVRL._SL1085_.jpgFLAC | 975 MB | LINKS

    1970 – Easy Does It /1971 – New York City (You’re A Woman)(Part 1)

    1 Brand New Day 5:11
    2 Piano Solo Introduction 2:02
    3 I Got A Woman 4:29
    4 Country Road 4:20
    5 I Bought You The Shoes (You’re Walking Away In) 1:56
    6 Introduction 0:50
    7 Easy Does It 5:25
    8 Buckskin Boy 3:10
    9 Love Theme From “The Landlord” 3:11
    10 Sad, Sad Sunshine 5:01
    11 Let The Dutchess No 3:16
    12 She Gets Me Where I Live 3:32
    13 A Rose And A Baby Ruth 3:28
    14 Baby, Please Don’t Go 12:25
    15 God Sheds His Grace On Thee 3:25

    New York City (You’re A Woman)(Part 1):
    16 New York City (You’re A Woman) 5:20
    17 John The Baptist (Holy John) 3:32
    18 Can You Hear It Now (500 Miles) 3:25

    1971 – New York City (You’re A Woman)(Part 2)/1972 – A Possible Projection Of The Future – Childhood’s End

    1 The Ballad Of The Hard Rock Kid 4:17
    2 Going Quietly Mad 3:54
    3 Medley: Oo Wee Baby, I Love You / Love Is A Man’s Best Friend 4:20
    4 Back On My Feet 3:17
    5 Come Down In Time 4:39
    6 Dearest Darling 3:52
    7 Nightmare #5 3:00
    8 The Warning (Someone’s On The Cross Again) 2:58
    A Possible Projection Of The Future / Childhood’s End:
    9 A Possible Projection Of The Future 6:29
    10 The Man In Me 3:40
    11 Fly On 3:12
    12 Please Tell Me Why 4:34
    13 The Monkey Time 3:16
    14 Let Your Love Shine 4:02
    15 Swept For You Baby 3:30
    16 Bended Knees (Please Don’t Leave Me Now) 3:39
    17 Love Trap 4:04
    18 Childhood’s End 3:26


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    307pzm0.jpgFLAC | 427 MB | LINKS

    Tracks:
    1. Rich Woman Blues
    2. Stockholm Blues
    3. As The Crow Flies
    4. Crack The Window Baby
    5. You’re Gonna Look Good In Blues
    6. Roosevelt And Ira Lee
    7. The Guitar Don’t Lie
    8. Feeling Snakey
    9. Rainy Night In Georgia
    10. Polk Salad Annie
    11. Steamy Windows


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    A new Sydney-based four piece, Copperline are the troubadours and travellers sharing the stories you never knew you needed to hear. Made up of Brad Christmas (vocals, guitar, piano), Richie Gosling (bass, guitar, vocals), Paul Handel (guitar, vocals) and Gareth Richards (drums), Copperline is the culmination of years spent individually traversing the Australian musical landscape, down highways and byways to low-lit bars and far-flung pubs.


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    On November 9, Donna The Buffalo will release Dance In The Street, their first album of new material in five years. The Americana jam act headed to Street at Sonic Ranch Studio in El Paso to team up with producer/engineer Rob Fraboni whose list of credits include producing the soundtrack for The Band’s The Last Waltz along with working with the likes of Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton and The Rolling Stones.

    Donna The Buffalo co-founders Jeb Puryear and Tara Nevins shared their thoughts on the release. “We feel the album provides an enjoyable ride between the general and the personal, from both male and female perspectives,” stated Puryear. “My songs on this record are about letting go. Whether it be the attachment of love lost, the past, or the particular blue funk you’re coming out of,” Nevins shared.


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    Embassador Dulgoon
    Hydrorion Remnants
    (Psychic Sounds, 2018)
    more details


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    Οι Shuffleείναι Γάλλοι (μάλλον) και το “#WontTheyFade?” [Klonosphére, 2018] είναι το δεύτερο άλμπουμ τους. Πρόκειται δε περί πεντάδας, αν κρίνω από μια φωτογραφία που είδα στο siteτους και… σύγχρονο, πολύ σύγχρονο progressive είναι εκείνο που μας προτείνουν σ’ αυτή την έσχατη δουλειά τους (που κυκλοφορεί σε LP, CD και digital).
    a%2Bjazz%2Bshuffle.jpg
    Έχουν μπολιάσει τη μουσική τους με πολλά και διάφορα στοιχεία οι Γάλλοι και αυτό είναι καλό, γιατί και με σωστό / δημιουργικό τρόπο το πράττουν και… οντότητα τούς δίνει αυτή-ταύτη η κίνησή τους στο χώρο που θέλουν να αναγνωρισθούν.
    Με στοιχεία στις συνθέσεις τους από βαρύ μέταλλο, μέχρι και hip-hop (αν μπορούμε να το πούμε έτσι το ραπάρισμα που επιχειρούν με background τις ηλεκτρικές κιθάρες), οι Shuffle μεταφέρουν δυνατά vibes με τα κομμάτια τους – συχνά βγαλμένα από τις καλές ή και τις ακόμη πιο καλές μέρες των Beastie Boys και των Red Hot Chili Peppers. Διαθέτουν όμως και άλλα μεταλλικά στοιχεία (μελωδικά ή και dark) οι Shuffle, όπως μαρτυρούν tracks σαν το “Checkmate fool”, ενώ ο πολύ καλός τραγουδιστής τους βοηθάει, γενικώς, στην αποτύπωση όλων των (διαφορετικών) ατμοσφαιρών.
    Με το progressive να αποτυπώνεται στην διαρρύθμιση των κομματιών, τα οποία ακολουθούν συχνά κάπως… δαιδαλώδεις διαδρομές, με συχνές αλλαγές τέμπο, μακριά soli, πλήκτρα στο background (με το mellotron να θυμίζει τα πλέον κλασικά από τα late60s-early 70s – τους King Crimson φερ’ ειπείν), οι Γάλλοι, με το “#WontTheyFade?” θέτουν γερές βάσεις, για κάτι ακόμη πιο καθοριστικό στο μέλλον.

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    415Y7ISWp5L._SS500.jpgFLAC | 319 MB | LINKS

    Along with the stylistic innovation of their general aesthetic, the creepy harmonies and melodic centrality of guitar and vocals, raw fuzz of their tones, their information-age mystique earlier in their career and their classic-but-obscure sound overall, Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats‘ work has never been without a corresponding sense of nuance. As they move into album number five, Wasteland — released, as ever, by Rise Above Records — the fine sonic details of their work seem to come through the recording regardless of where an individual goes structurally. The flourish of keys in “Stranger Tonight,” the organ in the ultra-hooky “Bedouin” later in the record, the mellotron and faded-in-drums of the title-track, the VHS-style sampled intro to opener “I See Through You” that set up the arrival of further samples later in “No Return,” after the bell-chord-laden marching plod of that nine-minute track has receded into a long, fog-covered fadeout, and so on.

    All of these things become part of the world created at the behest of guitarist/vocalist/ringleader Kevin R. Starrs, and brought to bear with the production of Geoff Neal at Sunset Sound in Los Angeles, there’s a balance created between Uncle Acid‘s long established wash of filthy fuzz grit and the melodies that are no less central to who they are as a band. Recording in the same studio where The Beach Boys tracked Pet Sounds and The Doors did Strange Days is something of a direct departure from 2015’s The Night Creeper (review here), which Starrs recorded himself and was the barest-sounding offering since their 2010 debut, Vol. 1 (reissue review here), and they flourish in the grander setting while holding to the eerie, sneaking-around-the-corner vibe that’s always been prevalent and has only helped their influence spread as it has over the better part of the last decade. With eight tracks and 47 minutes, Wasteland is the shortest offering Uncle Acid have made 2011’s world-breaking Blood Lust (discussed here), as both 2013’s Mind Control (review here) and The Night Creeper topped 50 minutes, and in addition to that, there seems to be some shift in how the band are using that time.

    Consider for a moment the circumstances of Wasteland‘s release. On a more general level, between Brexit and anti-immigration populism in their native UK and an ever-present sense of disheartening political chaos in Europe and the US — the band’s two central markets — could easily justify the title alone, but when it comes to the actual songs and the album’s arrival, it’s being released at the Desert Daze festival in Los Angeles, and long before any details about Uncle Acid‘s fifth LP were made public, tour dates in Europe and the UK were announced for late-2018/early-2019.

    We had “the Wasteland tour” before we knew what Wasteland was. For an act of Uncle Acid‘s profile — and at this point it’s safe to call them one of underground heavy’s most essential bands in terms of influence and their general audience reach — that they’d have a well coordinated release isn’t a surprise, but it’s all the more worth noting because so much of the focus throughout Wasteland seems to be on playing live. Of course it’s a two-sided LP and it splits more or less evenly into half with four tracks on each side. Fine. But to take the totality of the tracklisting as a linear whole from “I See Through You” to the militaristic-snare-into-empty-wind (blowing, no doubt, over the titular wasteland) finish of “Exodus,” the entire album seems to be geared toward playing live. It feels like a live set.

    It launches with two immediate, standout, catchy hard rockers in “I See Though You” — a firm reminder to the audience of who Uncle Acid are and what they do — and “Shockwave City,” which comes across as something Scorpions might’ve conjured as filtered through Starrs‘ secrets-in-the-basement ideology of sound with scorching guitar work and a tightness of structure and central riff that stands tall among their finest singles. Momentum is built and slashed as “No Return” takes hold with a quiet and tense but slower progression and unfolds its nodding roll over an extended stretch replete with wailing vocals and a wash they’ve not yet brought to bear. It’s telling that at about six and a half minutes in, “No Return” drops to atmospheria, a kind of residual drone taking hold as the samples arrive. This ostensibly isn’t the end of side A — unless I’m way off as regards the placement of the songs on the vinyl; possible — but it does bring to a close the first of three movements happening throughout Wasteland.


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  • 11/19/18--04:58: Deena Abdelwahed Khonnar
  • Deena Abdelwahed
    Khonnar
    (InFiné, 2018)
    more details


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    Artist: Zaz Title Of Album: Effet miroir Year Of Release: 2011 Label (Catalog#): PlayOn / Warner Music Country: France Genre: Chanson, Vocal, Jazz-Pop Quality: FLAC (*tracks) / WEB FLAC (*tracks) Bitrate: Lossless [24-44] / Lossless Time: 00:52:53 Full Size: 603 / 334 Mb + WEB FLAC

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    This classic album is now available in this collectable 2CD digipack release, together with their famous live recording from the Glasgow Apollo on 23rd December 1978 – released at the time under the name of “Mission Accomplished… But The Beat Goes On”.

    Not only does Flying Saucer Attack contain these two great recordings, but the package also includes all the B-sides and rarities from the band’s first stint as The Rezillos between 1977 and 1979.

    Includes the hits ‘(My Baby Does) Good Sculptures’, ‘I Can’t Stand My Baby’, ‘I Wanna Be Your Man’, ‘Destination Venus’, ‘Top of the Pops’, plus many rarities not included on the band’s initial two albums, such as live versions of ‘Flying Saucer Attack’, ‘Twist and Shout’, and alternative versions of ‘(My Baby Does) Good Sculptures’ and ‘Getting Me Down’.


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    Dizzy Reece - Mosaic Select (2004) [3CD Compilation]

    ???????????: Dizzy Reece
    ??????: Mosaic Select
    ????: Jazz / Hard Bop
    ??? ??????: 2004
    ??????: FLAC (tracks+.cue, log, scans)
    ????????: Lossless
    ??????: 1.47 Gb
    ??: katfile/gigapeta/turbobit

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    Bob Marley - Sun is Shining (2018).VS.MP3
    Mp3 320 kbps | Reggae, RnB, Rock, Pop | 1:09:25 | 1CD | 156 Mb
    M201803091

    1 African Herbsman 02:22
    2 Stand Alone 02:07
    3 Sun is Shining 02:11
    4 Brain Washing 02:37
    5 Mr Brown 03:28
    6 Rebel's Hop 02:38
    7 Four Hundred Years 02:32
    8 Soul Almighty 02:37
    9 Small Axe 03:42
    10 All in One 03:31
    11 Stop the Train 02:19
    12 Caution 02:39
    13 Soul Captives 02:00
    14 Go Tell it on the Mountain 03:13
    15 Can't you See 02:43
    16 Soon Come 02:14
    17 Cheer Up 02:02
    18 Back Out 02:10
    19 Do it Twice 02:40
    20 Keep on Moving 03:05
    21 Don't Rock My Boat 04:28
    22 Put it On 03:05
    23 Fussing and Fighting 02:26
    24 Duppy Conqueror 03:28
    25 Memphis 02:54

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    Bob Marley - Sun is Shining (2018).VS.MP3
    Mp3 320 kbps | Reggae, RnB, Rock, Pop | 1:09:25 | 1CD | 156 Mb
    M201803091

    1 African Herbsman 02:22
    2 Stand Alone 02:07
    3 Sun is Shining 02:11
    4 Brain Washing 02:37
    5 Mr Brown 03:28
    6 Rebel's Hop 02:38
    7 Four Hundred Years 02:32
    8 Soul Almighty 02:37
    9 Small Axe 03:42
    10 All in One 03:31
    11 Stop the Train 02:19
    12 Caution 02:39
    13 Soul Captives 02:00
    14 Go Tell it on the Mountain 03:13
    15 Can't you See 02:43
    16 Soon Come 02:14
    17 Cheer Up 02:02
    18 Back Out 02:10
    19 Do it Twice 02:40
    20 Keep on Moving 03:05
    21 Don't Rock My Boat 04:28
    22 Put it On 03:05
    23 Fussing and Fighting 02:26
    24 Duppy Conqueror 03:28
    25 Memphis 02:54

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    viva-mandolina-front

    viva-manolina-label

    Quite obscure release by l’Orchestre Viva Mandolina presented
    by Les Etablissements Bitho. No record company, label or year of
    release. It is a volume 2. With Julien Cladia, Ya Lélé, Djunilt, Longas
    Cheridan and Barreto. Also on solo guitar the great Aladji Baba who
    used to play with Orchestre Vox Africa. Get it & Spread it..

    Tamelijk obscure uitgava vandaag met l’Orchestre Viva Mandolina.
    Gebracht door Les Etablissements Bitho. Geen platenmaatschappij,
    label of jaar van uitgave bekend. Het betreft een volume 2. Met
    With Julien Cladia, Ya Lélé, Djunilt, Longas Cheridan en Barreto.
    Tevens op solo gitaar de grote Aladji Baba die voorheen speelde
    bij orchestre Vox Africa. Haal binnen en deel met je vrienden.

    tracks ;

    01 – Zonguela ngai
    02 – Moussolina
    03 – Nina lhony
    04 – Laurenty
    05 – Deception
    06 – Ekoti

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    Booker T. & The M.G.'s - Up Tight - Music From the Score of the Motion Picture (1969) [Remastered 1991]

    Artist: Booker T. & The M.G.'s
    Title Of Album: Up Tight - Music From the Score of the Motion Picture
    Year Of Release: 1969/1991
    Label (Catalog#): Stax [SCD 8562-2]
    Country: United States
    Genre: Rhythm & Blues, Funk/Soul, Soundtrack
    Quality: FLAC (tracks,cue,log,scans)
    Bitrate: Lossless
    Time: 36:05
    Full Size: 190 mb
    Upload: Turbobit

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    Faces - Snakes And Ladders. The Best Of Faces (1975)


    Artist : Faces
    Title Of Album: Snakes And Ladders. The Best Of Faces
    Year Of Release: 1975 (1990)
    Label (Catalog#): Warner-Pioneer (WPCP-4040)
    Country : UK
    Genre: pop rock
    Quality : FLAC (*image + .cue,log,scans)
    Bitrate: Lossless
    Time: 49:31
    Full Size: 335,0 MB


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