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    Ry Cooder understands that a great song is a great song, whether it was written before the Depression or last week. Still, at the same time he isn’t afraid to explore new avenues and possibilities for the material. Like his three previous records, Paradise and Lunch is filled with treasures which become part of a world where eras and styles converge without ever sounding forced or contrived. One may think that an album that contains a traditional railroad song, tunes by assorted blues greats, and a Negro spiritual alongside selections by the likes of Bobby Womack, Burt Bacharach, and Little Milton may lack cohesiveness or merely come across as a history lesson, but to Cooder this music is all part of the same fabric and is as relevant and accessible as anything else that may be happening at the time.

    No matter when it was written or how it may have been done in the past, the tracks, led by Cooder’s brilliant guitar, are taken to new territory where they can coexist. It’s as if Washington Phillips’ “Tattler” could have shared a place on the charts with Womack’s “It’s All Over Now” or Little Milton’s “If Walls Could Talk.” That he’s successful on these, as well as the Salvation Army march of “Jesus on the Mainline” or the funky, gospel feel of Blind Willie McTell’s “Married Man’s a Fool,” is not only a credit to Cooder’s talent and ingenuity as an arranger and bandleader, but also to the songs themselves.

    The album closes with its most stripped-down track, an acoustic guitar and piano duet with jazz legend Earl “Fatha” Hines on the Blind Blake classic “Ditty Wah Ditty.” Here both musicians are given plenty of room to showcase their instrumental prowess, and the results are nothing short of stunning. Eclectic, intelligent, and thoroughly entertaining, Paradise and Lunch remains Ry Cooder’s masterpiece.

    Mastered from the original master tapes and strictly limited to 2000 numbered copies, this audiophile reissue boasts dead-quiet surfaces, superb transient response, front-to-back soundstaging, and an organic immediacy that heightens the enjoyment, character, and craft of the arrangements.


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    Folder1 Rebotando 4:15
    2 Vapor 4:35
    3 Monegros 4:56
    4 Amnesia 4:36
    5 Polos Opuestos 4:16
    6 Animal 3:10
    7 Mientras Quede Color 3:30
    8 Mundo Caníbal 3:58
    9 Agujero Negro 4:16
    10 Profano 3:40
    11 Vapor Dos 4:07

     

    Segundo larga duracion de los aragoneses


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    Frontal1 Dígame Usted
    2 Brújula
    3 La Serpiente
    4 Juanita Y Manuel
    5 Vino Blanco
    6 Que No Cunda El Pánico
    7 Ojos Que No Ven
    8 Con La Lengua Fuera
    9 La Jungla De Piernas
    10 Barro Colorado
    11 Nunca SE Sabe
    12 Bad Boys*

     

    Tercer trabajo de la banda


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    Track List

    01. Pregnancy of Haze
    02. The Vault
    03. Ark
    04. Devices of Equilibrium
    05. Vertical and Horizon
    06. Leaning
    07. Eternity
    08. The Plough
    09. Parallel Lines
    10. Ashes of Ruins

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    Tracklist:
    01 - Just Say... ...04:19
    02 - Warm Breeze ...05:09
    03 - Pacific Coast Highway ...03:33
    04 - A Soothing Sound ...04:40
    05 - Lost Horizon ...05:59
    06 - A Time To Reflect ...04:37
    07 - Just You And Me ...05:03
    08 - Another Time ...05:48
    09 - Eclipse ...04:30
    10 - Night Lights ...04:24
    11 - Moonshadows ...04:11

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    Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman, Howe - Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman, Howe (1989)

    ???????????: Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman, Howe
    ??????: United Kingdom
    ??????: Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman, Howe
    ????????! ? ??? ??? ???? ??? ????????? ???????? ??????.

    ????: Progressive Rock
    ??? ??????: 1989
    ????????: (CD-Rip) Arista, BMG (259 970)
    ??????: 878 kbps FLAC (image. cue. log. cd scans)
    ??????: 377.82 Mb
    ?????????????: Turbobit/Gigapeta




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    Lossless Galaxy Release

    ?????????? ??????? ● ????????? ??????? ?? CD (4 ???????, 1987-2001)

    ?????????? ??????? ● ????????? ??????? ?? CD

    ????: Rock / Avantgarde
    ??????? ?? ??????: 1987-2001
    ????????????? CD: ?????? ?????????? ??????? ● ????????? ??????? ?? CD (4 ???????, 1987-2001)
    ??????????: WavPack (*.wv)
    ??? ????: image+.cue
    ??????? ?????: lossless
    ????????????: full scans (JPG, 450~600 dpi)


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    Def Leppard - The Story So Far: The Best Of (2CD) [Japanese Edition] (2018)

    ???????????: Def Leppard
    ??????: UK
    ??????: The Story So Far: The Best Of (2CD) [Japanese Edition]
    ????: Hard Rock | Glam Metal
    ????????: Universal Music Co.; Mercury Records; Bludgeon Riffola [UICY-15798-9]
    ???: 2018
    ??????: FLAC (*image + .cue,log)
    ??????: 1.11Gb
    ??????: Turbobit | GigaPeta (3% ?? ??????????????)

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    Forgas Band Phenomena - Acte V (2012)

    ???????????: Forgas Band Phenomena
    ??????: Acte V
    ????: Jazz Rock / Fusion / Contemporary Jazz
    ??? ??????: 2012
    ??????: WavPack (image+.cue, log, covers)
    ????????: Lossless
    ??????: 366 Mb
    ??: turbobit/katfile

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    [Label: Origin Peoples | Cat#: OP014]

    1. Tourists On The Zenith (6:08)
    2. Aged Generations Tangled Over Blue Haze (5:06)
    3. Waving From Promised Land (3:33)
    4. Last Few Hours On This Place (4:02)
    5. They Waiting For Us (5:21)
    6. And You Said It Was Hard To Remember (6:18)
    7. Animals In The Fading Light (7:38)
    8. We Can Go Back To Depths Of The Hills (5:54)
    9. Yesterday Goodness (4:45)
    10. No Need To Hurry But No Time To Waste (5:51)
    11. Cross Between Linden Trees (5:34)
    12. If You Wanted To Hear It (5:43)
    TB

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    Triple CD collection celebrating the music of guitar legend Jimi Hendrix. We start Disc One with Hendrix playing with Curtis Knight, a little-known Harlem artist, who had his own band, The Squires, in which Jimi played for a while. Next, we find Jimi playing with rock and roll pioneer Little Richard on the track ‘I Do Not Know What You’ve Got But It’s Got Me’. Then, we meet Noel Redding and Mitch Mitchell, bass player and drummer of Experience, the trio with whom Hendrix became a superstar, guided by the hand of producer and manager Chas Chandler. We can hear Mitch Mitchell playing with Bruce Cameron, a fantastic guitarist with a style very reminiscent of Hendrix. We also include in The Many Faces the band Cork, that Noel Redding created along Corky Laing (from Mountain) and with guitarist Eric Schenkman from the Spin Doctors. Before joining Band Of Gypsys as it’s drummer (the brief group that Jimi set up after the dissolution of Experience) Buddy Miles had a solid career as member of Electric Flag. As a fun trivia fact we decided to include two songs performed by Betty Davis, who used to be a very close friend of Jimi (many say she was his lover). The second CD of The Many Faces consists of recording sessions prior to Jimi’s rise to stardom, some alongside saxophonist Lonnie Youngblood, others with the very same Experience (a brilliant version of the song ‘Red House’) and also with Little Richard’s band. Finally, on CD 3 we immerse ourselves in Jimi’s repertoire, his fantastic songs, songs that sometimes have ended up being eclipsed by the fact that he was a guitar God. These recordings are performed by artists who in many cases have Hendrix’s music as a starting point for their own career. Needless to say the versions are amazing. Now, let’s just get comfortable and enjoy The Many Faces Of Jimi Hendrix.

     

    DISC 1:
    01. Midnight Daydream – Bruce Cameron Feat Billy Cox & Buddy Miles
    02. How Would You Feel – Curtis Knight Feat Jimi Hendrix
    03. Genuine – Cork Feat Noel Redding
    04. Compassion for the Blues – Buddy Miles
    05. I Don’t Know What You’ve Got But It’s Got Me – Little Richard Feat Jimi Hendrix
    06. Raining the Blues – Bruce Cameron Feat Mitch Michell
    07. Your Mama Wants Ya Back – Betty Davis
    08. Knock Yourself Out – Curtis Knight & the Squires Feat Jimi Hendrix
    09. Waiting – Cork Feat Noel Redding
    10. Hornet’s Nest – Curtis Knight & the Squires Feat Jimi Hendrix
    11. Tobacco Road – Buddy Miles
    12. Born to Lose – Bruce Cameron Feat Billy Cox & Buddy Miles
    13. Shoo-B-Doop and Cop Him – Betty Davis
    14. Sin City – Cork Feat Noel Redding

    DISC 2:
    01. Free Spirit
    02. Wipe the Sweat
    03. Red House
    04. Voices
    05. Psycho
    06. Hot Trigger
    07. Voice in the Wind
    08. Go-Go Jam
    09. She’s a Fox
    10. Suspicious
    11. Soul Floor
    12. The Rock N’roll Sessions
    13. Keep a Knockin’
    14. Long Tall Sally
    15. Lucille

    DISC 3:
    01. Hey Joe – Fouth Stone
    02. Spanish Castle Magic – Monks of Doom
    03. Fire – Tricky Bag
    04. All Along the Watchtower – Freedom Searchers
    05. Can You See Me? – Thee Hypnotics
    06. Purple Haze – Bleeding Hearts
    07. Ain’t No Telling – 501 Spanish Verbs
    08. Third Stone from the Sun – David Dreams
    09. I Don’t Live Today – The Corn Dollies
    10. You Got Me Floating – Styler and Baldwin
    11. Voodoo Chile – the Membranes
    12. Spanish Castle Magic – The Stretch Heads
    13. If Six Was Nine – Obsequious Cheesecake
    14. Are You Experienced? – The Mock Turtles


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    ???????? - ??????? ??? (1996)

    ???????????: ????????
    ??????: ??????
    ??????: ??????? ???
    ????????! ? ??? ??? ???? ??? ????????? ???????? ??????.

    ????: Rock, Folk, Acoustic
    ??? ??????: 1996
    ????????: (CD-Rip) ??????? (AM 070)
    ??????: 894 kbps FLAC (image. cue. log. cd scans)
    ??????: 249.74 Mb
    ?????????????: Turbobit/Gigapeta

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    Johnny Gioeli - One Voice [Japanese Edition] (2018)

    ???????????: Johnny Gioeli [Axel Rudi Pell; Hardline]
    ??????: USA
    ??????: One Voice [Japanese Edition]
    ????: Melodic Hard Rock | AOR
    ????????: King Record Co. [KICP 1957]
    ???: 2018
    ??????: FLAC (*image + .cue,log)
    ??????: 321Mb
    ??????: Turbobit | GigaPeta (3% ?? ??????????????)

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    2yz046d.jpg320 kbps | 177 MB | LINKS

    personnel :

    Eddie Daniels – clarinet, tenor saxophone
    Josh Nelson – piano
    Kevin Axt – bass
    Mauricio Zottarelli – drums
    Harlem Quartet:
    Ilmar Gavilan, Melissa White – violin
    Jamey Amador – viola
    Felix Umansky – cello

    Tracks:

    01. Loro (Parrot) – 5:08
    02. Baiao Malandro (Badass Baiao) – 5:51
    03. Agua e Vinho (Water and Wine) – 6:08
    04. Ciranda (Folk Dance) – 5:11
    05. Folia (Revelry) – 4:23
    06. Maracatu (Sacred Rhythm) – 5:52
    07. Adagio – 6:00
    08. Tango Nova (New Tango) – 5:46
    09. Choro – 6:02
    10. Tango – 4:40
    11. Cigana (Gypsy Woman) (String Orchestra) – 7:37
    12. Trem Noturno (Night Train) – 7:44
    13. Auto-Retrato (Self-Portrait) – 6:46


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