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- 12/02/18--01:16: Electric Light Orchestra - Secret Messages (1983)
- 12/02/18--01:35: Migan Celestin – Wonderful of Africa Papa Disco 1979
- 12/02/18--01:50: Sarah Brightman - Hymn [Japanese Edition] (2018)
- 12/02/18--02:43: Damien Dempsey – Union (2018)
- 12/02/18--02:43: Leon Redbone – Collection
- 12/02/18--02:43: Sideline – Front And Center (2018)
- 12/02/18--03:42: Clint Black – The Clint Black Christmas Collection (2018)
- 12/02/18--03:42: Kate Rusby – Sleepless (1999)
- 12/02/18--03:58: Lacuna Coil - The 119 Show: Live In London [2CD] (2018)
- 12/02/18--04:07: Deva Premal - Deva (2018)
- 12/02/18--05:07: Acama - Tibet Gompa Dedication (2018)
- 12/02/18--05:07: Modern Spirit - Elements (2018)
- 12/02/18--05:35: Pat Travers - PT=MC2 (2005)
- 12/02/18--05:42: Jonathan Richman – SA (2018)
- 12/02/18--05:42: Bill Lloyd – Working the Long Game (2018)
- 12/02/18--07:11: Portishead - Bootlegs (1995-2013)
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The White Album [50th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition]
(Apple, 2018 6cd)
??????: United Kingdom
??????: Secret Messages
????: Classic, Pop Rock
??? ??????: 1983
????????: (CD-Rip) Jet (ZK 38490)
??????: 906 kbps FLAC (image. cue. log. cd scans)
??????: 307.63 Mb
Migan Celestin from Benin appears on this 1970’s album with
his sublime guitar play. Great sound. The record features Danialou
Sagbohan on drums and backing vocals. It seems this music is also
called soukous although I don’t think of it in that way. It is from 1979.
Migan Celestin was also called Mig Tino..
Migan Celestin uti Benin is hier met dit 70’s album waarop hij geweldig
gitaar speelt. Heerlijk geluid. De plaat laat verder op drums horen,
Danialou Sagbohan, tevens achtergrond vokalen. Het schijnt dat dit
ook soukous wordt genoemd, ik zou het zo niet willen noemen.
Migan Celestin werd ook wel Mig Tino genoemd, uit 1979..
01 – Wo ko made angeline
02 – A gbeyame
03 – Faut pas negliger
04 – A non yi go
Performer: THE DOORS
Album / collection: ?Golden Collection?
Series: Audio Fidelity 24Kt Gold? ?, DCC Compact Classics? Series ?
Label / country: ⒸⓅ 1967-1970, 1992-2009 Elektra | DCC | Audio Fidelity. Made in Canada, USA.
Source: Rip by DaRReL & KoGGaN? scans by inet...
Official DR value: 11?10?12?12?12?14
Catalog (Barcode): much
Genre / Style: Rock, Classic Rock, Prog Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Year (info): 1967-1970 (6 × 24KT Gold CD, Issue 1992-2009, Mastered by Steve Hoffman)
Format: WV (image + .cue)
Covers: in archive
Amount of tracks: 66
Total time: 4:15:10
Size RAR: ~ 1.83 Gb
Password / ?????? : 1965
Upload: TurboBit.net, GigaPeta.com
??????: Hymn [Japanese Edition]
????: Classical Crossover | Pop | Classical
????????: Universal Music Co. [UCCS-1244]
??????: FLAC (*image + .cue,log)
??????: Turbobit | GigaPeta (3% ?? ??????????????)
320 kbps | 142 MB | LINKS
1.Singing Bird (with FinbarFurey)
2. Soulsun(with John Grant)
3. Apple Of My Eye (with Wildwood Kin)
4. It’s Important (with Dan Sultan)
5. A Child Is An Open Book (with Kate Tempest)
6. Gaelic Ireland (with Pauline Scanlon)
7. You’re Like The Water (with Maverick Sabre)
8. The Keepers Of The Flame (with Lisa O’Neill)
9. Celtic Tiger (with Sinead O’Connor)
10. Kevin Barry (with Seamus Begley)
11. Big BigLove (with Imelda May)
12. Human (with Paul Alwright)
13. Massai(with Moya Brennan)
14. Rainy Night In Soho (with The Dubliners)
FLAC | 2,2 GB | LINKS
1975 • Leon Redbone – On The Track
1977 • Leon Redbone – Double Time
1978 • Leon Redbone – Champagne Charlie
1981 • Leon Redbone – From Branch To Branch
1987 • Leon Redbone – Red To Blue
1988 • Leon Redbone – No Regrets
1990 • Leon Redbone – Sugar
1992 • Leon Redbone – Up A Lazy River
1994 • Leon Redbone – Whistling In The Wind
2001 • Leon Redbone – Any Time
FLAC | 262 MB | LINKS
Sideline will release their fourth album Front and Center. This is their first for Mountain Home Music Company. It is also the group’s first outing with the talented producer Tim Surrett at the helm, and their first offering to feature an instrumental. Despite all the “firsts,” the threads that bind this group of musicians together are tightly and inextricably woven. This cohesiveness emphasises the power of their hard-driving sound that is so perfected as to seem effortless. It’s real-deal, heart and soul Bluegrass.
Each track on Front and Center fits nicely into the revered Carolina-Grass style in both content and presentation. What makes Sideline and this album unique is the effortless skill presented throughout. The group has truly evolved from their admittedly larkish beginnings as “sidemen on an off-season adventure” to a first-class, polished unit that now owns centre stage. Multiple award-winning banjo player Steve Dilling, bass player Jason Moore, guitarist Skip Cherryholmes, Nathan Aldridge on fiddle, mandolinist Troy Boone and guitarist Bailey Coe are the force behind Sideline.
Troy kicks off the album with the enigmatic Thunder Dan. A loner, a murdered preacher, swift justice and lawless freedom are captured here in a mid-tempo groove that conjures up the dark woods, darker thoughts and a dim future.
The reflective Frozen In Time offers a poignant look back at the past while facing the realities of today. We’re reminded that “years may take the buildings, but love always remains.” Bailey brings the warmth of a Southern summer to the lead vocal as he recalls mama laughing on the porch, daddy playing banjo, sweet corn and more. He’s joined by Troy and Steve on tenor and baritone harmonies, respectively.
The tempo jumps up with Old Time Way, a Saturday-night-feeling, pickin’ free-for-all sing-along that vibrates with energy and good times. Steve’s iconic upbeat banjo roll drives this celebration of hoedowns past and present, while lead vocalist Troy trades some fun and fancy manoeuvres with background vocalists Bailey (tenor) and Steve (baritone).
Skip eases the listener ever-so-gently into the quiet contemplation of Gordon Lightfoot’s Song For A Winter’s Night with a masterful touch,while Steve offers up outstanding ethereal tenor harmonies on this interpretation of the Tony Rice hit. With no banjo, this quiet ballad creeps slowly into the listener’s heart as it captures the loneliness and soft, sweet sadness of a solitary winter’s evening.
Bluefield WV Mountain Girl finds Bailey back on lead, singing about bright memories of a special girl and the mountains she calls home. Sideline’s brilliant four-part harmony is featured on one of the project’s two Gospel songs, I Long To See His Face. With Bailey again on lead, Troy’s tenor, Jason’s rich baritone and Nathan’s grounding bass vocal, this mid- tempo is enough to make even the casual listener shout “Hallelujah.”
Reckless, irreverent and full of dangerous charm is Lysander Hayes. A galloping clawhammer sets an expectant groove that pulls the listener forward, as choppy guitar work adds a feel of suspense. While not as dark as the protagonist of Thunder Dan, there is nevertheless a similar “rule-breaker” attitude here, with gambling, bad debts and a devil-may-care attitude at the forefront.
The band is proud of all the songs, and the album is rounded out nicely with a mix of tempos all based on true Southern Bluegrass style. The ballad, Memories That We Shared, the up- tempo Something Out Of Nothing, the mid-tempo drive All Because Of Me, and the Gospel song Satan’s Chains are reason enough to give Front and Center a listen. Add the vibrant, seat-of-your-pants, joy-of-life spin put to Cotton Eyed Joe and you have an album for the ages.
FLAC | 332 MB | LINKS
1. The Finest Gift (Feat. Lisa Hartman Black) (3:33)
2. Under The Mistletoe (3:44)
3. The Kid (3:21)
4. The Coolest Pair (2:44)
5. Looking For Christmas (3:48)
6. Christmas For Every Boy And Girl (3:39)
7. Milk And Cookies (Til Santa’s Gone) (2:42)
8. Slow As Christmas (2:08)
9. The Birth Of The King (4:16)
10. Christmas With You (4:27)
11. Santa’s Holiday Song (4:25)
12. Magical Christmas (3:44)
13. Hustle And Bustle (3:05)
14. Light The Fire (3:28)
15. Looking For Christmas (Reprise) (1:32)
FLAC | 291 MB | LINKS
Hourglass, her 1998 debut, was a huge hit in her native Britain, and with good reason: her voice is a sweet but slightly rough mezzo, she sings and plays guitar with equal plainspoken skill, and she picks great songs. So you can’t blame her for sticking with a winning strategy on her follow-up. With the help of young producer and fiddler John McCusker (of the Battlefield Band), Rusby serves up a generous program of minimally arranged traditional songs, as well as a few originals; there are more guest musicians this time out, including American folkies Tim O’Brien and Darrell Scott, but they never clutter the sound or pull the focus away from Rusby’s gentle Yorkshire-tinted singing. There’s also an Iris DeMent cover, a version of the sweetly affecting “Our Town”-a song whose distinctly middle American overtones don’t necessarily ring completely true in this context. But “Botany Bay” certainly does, and so does “The Fairest of All Yarrow,” and if on “The Cobbler’s Daughter” Rusby drops grisly details with a disquietingly off-hand grace, well, welcome to the wonderful world of traditional music. Highly recommended.
??????: The 119 Show: Live In London [2CD]
????: Gothic Metal | Alternative Metal
????????: Century Media Records 
??????: FLAC (*image + .cue,log)
??????: Turbobit | GigaPeta (3% ?? ??????????????)
???????????: Modern Spirit
??? ???????: 2018
?????: Ambient, Enigmatic, New age, World
???????????: Pat Travers
????: Blues Rock / Hard Rock
??? ??????: 2005
??????: FLAC (image+.cue, log, scans)
??????: 419 Mb
FLAC | 244 MB | LINKS
“SA the root note in Indian ragas was what Ramakrishna, the much
beloved mystic, told his spiritual students to search for underneath
all things of this world.”
released October 1, 2018
(transcribed from Jonathan Richman’s handwritten credits)
Co-Produced by: Jonathan Richman, Jerry Harrison, and Nicole Montalbano
Tommy Larkins plays drums on “My Love She Is From Somewhere Else”, “O Mind! Let Us Go Home”, “A Penchant For The Stagnant”, “O Mind! Just Dance!”, “This Lovers’ Lane Is Very Narrow”, & “¡Alegre Soy!”
Jake Sprecher plays drums on: the first “SA” and he and Kelly Houston sing on it
Nicole Montalbano plays tambura on this and on 2 3 4 6 7 10 5 & 12
Pat Spurgeon plays percussion on 2 5 7 and 8
Jerry Harrison plays Mellotron on 2 5 and 7, harmonium on 4 6 9 and 12, and clavinet on 3 & 10
Rachel Hoiem, Indianna Hale, Bob Thayer and David Menendez Alvarez sing on “¡Alegre Soy!”
And Aishlin Harrison, Tracy Blackman & Lynn Asher sing on “O Mind! Just Dance” and you can hear Elizabeth Edmonds, Jesse De Natale and Jerry Harrison in the background there.
“SA” was recorded (the first one was) at Origami Lounge Studios in Chico, California by Scott Barwick
And 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11 and 12 were all recorded at Coyote Hearing Studios in Oakland, California recorded by Charles Gonzalez and Rex Shelverton
And… “The Fading Of An Old World”, “Yes, Take Me Home” and “And Do No Other Thing” were done at Sausalito Sound with Karl Derfler and Jerry engineering it.
And these songs were put in their order by Allan Mason who recorded “Girlfriend” and “Modern World” for the Modern Lovers demo record way back when.
320 kbps | 88 MB | LINKS
Bill Lloyd returns with a smart new album that will appeal to the PoP Faithful with its sophisticated take on Power Pop Rock N Roll.
Beautifully crafted and well-produced, the aptly titled Working the Long Game features all the right sounds melodic pop-rock fans demand from their favourite music.
Evoking the likes of Elvis Costello, Tom Petty, The Beach Boys and The Beatles (natch!), this new album deserves your close attention from start to finish.
FLAC | 1,2 GB | LINKS
Following the personnel changes in the E Street Band in 1974, there is a conventional wisdom that this album is marred by production lapses and performance problems, specifically the drumming of Vini Lopez. None of that is true. Lopez’s busy Keith Moon style is appropriate to the arrangements in a way his replacement, Max Weinberg, never could have been. The production is fine. And the album’s songs contain the best realization of Springsteen’s poetic vision, which soon enough would be tarnished by disillusionment. He would later make different albums, but he never made a better one. The truth is, The Wild, The Innocent & the E Street Shuffle is one of the greatest albums in the history of rock & roll.
01. The E Street Shuffle (4:29)
02. 4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy) (5:37)
03. Kitty’s Back (7:09)
04. Wild Billy’s Circus Story (4:47)
05. Incident On 57th Street (7:44)
06. Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) (7:04)
07. New York City Serenade (9:56)
Title Of Album: Bootlegs
Year Of Release: 1995-2013
Label: Not On Label
Genre: Trip Hop, Downtempo, Alternative
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Full Size: 12.70 gb