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    Brandon Lopez
    Quoniam Facta Sum Vilis
    (Astral Spirits, 2018)
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    Philippe Debarge With Pretty Things - Rock St Trop (1969) (DigiPak, Remastered, 2017)

    Artist: Philippe Debarge With Pretty Things
    Title Of Album: Rock St Trop
    Year Of Release: 1969/2017
    Label (Catalog#) : Madfish [SMACD1078]
    Country: France/UK
    Genre: Rock, Psychedelic Rock
    Quality: Lossless
    Bitrate: FLAC (image + cue,log)
    Total Time: 00:45:22
    Total Size: 339mb(+3%)(booklet)
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    Doctor Feelgood - Something To Take Up Time (1971) (DigiPak, Remastered, 2007)

    Artist: Doctor Feelgood
    Title Of Album Something To Take Up Time
    Year Of Release: 1971/2007
    Label (Catalog#) : Footprint [FPR 29016]
    Country: USA
    Genre: Prog Rock, Blues Rock, Jazz Rock
    Quality: FLAC (image + cue,log)
    Bitrate: Lossless
    Total Time: 00:47:51
    Total Size: 273mb(+3%)(cover)
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    Jeff Parker | Jeb Bishop | Pandelis Karayorgis | Nate McBride | Luther Gray
    The Diagonal Filter
    (Not Two Records, 2018)
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  • 01/08/19--11:11: Satoshi Takeishi Fragments
  • Satoshi Takeishi
    (Clang, 2018)
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    Saif Abu BakrThe ninth installment in the stellar Arabic music series Habibi Funk unearths The Scorpions & Saif Abu Bakr’s obscure album Jazz, Jazz, Jazz from the rarefied archives. First released in 1980, original copies are said to go for anything up to $1,000, making the LP something of an almost-lost scroll in Sudanese music and an essential exhibition of the northeast Africa nation’s pop ingenuity.
    To Western ears, the title Jazz, Jazz, Jazz will seem something of a red herring. This is music more pop-structured than typical jazz with the nine blood-raw recordings powered by an engine of funky organ work and upbeat guitar lines. Leading most arrangements by the hand are the powerful and striking brass sections. Take the upbeat “Saat Alfarah”: the pepper horns tag in and…

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    …out with singer Saif Abu Bakr’s husky, soulful vocals at the front of the mix with a light brevity. Another highlight comes with instrumental cut “Azzah Music.” The endearingly simple percussion—made up of steady, midtempo drums and what sounds like a gently shook tambourine—provides the backdrop for more freestyle horn play that slinks along with great poise, displaying the Middle Eastern flavors that leak into Sudanese music.

    Political instability in Sudan hindered The Scorpions throughout the 1980s and they eventually dissolved. But the band are said to be back in their home nation rehearsing and Abu Bakr has plans to rerelease more old music, no doubt offering up more lost parchments of Sudanese pop that calcify the country’s distinct rhythm.

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    01. Good Morning Miss Brown (Live) (5:25)
    02. Coconut Man (Live) (7:50)
    03. Corinna (Live) (4:59)
    04. Done Changed My Way of Living (Live) (7:34)
    05. Betty and Dupree (Live) (6:59)
    06. Fishin’ Blues (Live) (5:10)
    07. Queen Bee (Live) (6:40)
    08. Gonna Move up to the Country. (Paint My Mailbox Blue) (Live) (5:40)
    09. New Hula Blues (Live) (5:06)
    10. Everybody Is Somebody (Live) (5:57)
    11. Twilight in Hawaii (Live) (4:14)
    12. Johnny Too Bad (Live) (7:09)
    13. 5 String Banjo (Roscoe’s Mule Down in Roscoe’s Barn) (Live) (4:40)
    14. Moonlight Lady (Live) (6:11)
    15. King Edward’s Throne (Live) (5:27)
    16. Sacred Island (Live) (4:35)
    17. Holoholo Ka’a (Live) (4:47)
    18. Sleep Walk (Live) (4:26)
    19. Lovin’ in My Baby’s Eyes (Live) (4:23)
    20. Blackjack Davey (Live) (6:29)

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  • 01/08/19--15:11: Zlatko Kaučič Diversity
  • Zlatko Kaučič
    (Not Two Records, 2018 5cd)
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  • 01/08/19--21:56: Taraf de Caransebeș
  • Folk music from Romania 
    (mostly) from the southwestern regions
    Taraf de Caransebeș 


    1. Suite de danses de la plaine du Banat
    2. Suite de danses de Transylvanie
    3. Fata banateana ( la fille du Banat )suite de danses du Banat
    4. Suite de danses du Valachie
    5. Marie poale ciurate" ( le jupon en dentelle de marie) Suite des montagnes du Banat
    6. Parada instrumentelor ( parade des instruments)
    7. Sorocul" de la Timisoara
    8. "Stii Tu Mîndro Ce-Mi Ziceai" (Sais-Tu La Belle, Ce Que Tu Me Disais) Banat

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  • 01/08/19--22:37: Bob Catley - Legends (1999)
  • Bob Catley - Legends (1999)

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    ????: Classic Rock, Hard Rock
    ??? ??????: 1999
    ????????: (CD-Rip) Frontiers (FR CD 038)
    ??????: 1077 kbps FLAC (image. cue. log. cd scans)
    ??????: 439.30 Mb
    ?????????????: Turbobit/Gigapeta

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    Three-time BBC Radio 2 Folk Award winners The Young’uns present a new and unique piece of modern folk theatre.

    The Ballad of Johnny Longstaff is the story of one man’s adventure from begging on the streets in the north of England to fighting against fascism in the Spanish Civil War, taking in the Hunger Marches and the Battle of Cable Street.

    It’s a timely, touching and often hilarious musical adventure following the footsteps of one working class hero who witnessed some of the momentous events of the 1930s.

    With their trademark harmony, honesty and humour the Teesside trio bring together 16 specially composed songs, spoken word, striking imagery and the real recorded voice of Johnny himself to tell a remarkable human story oozing with modern relevance.

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    Jason Crest - Collected Works (1967-68) (1998)

    Artist: Jason Crest
    Title Of Album: Collected Works
    Year Of Release: 1967-68/1998
    Label (Catalog#) :Wooden Hill[WHCD006]
    Country: UK
    Genre: Psychedelic Rock, Pop Rock
    Bitrate: Lossless
    Quality: FLAC (tracks+cue,scans)
    Time: 00:52:59
    Full Size: 239mb(+5%)
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    VA - Glitterbox - Pump The Boogie! (2018)

    Artist: Various Artists
    Title Of Album: Glitterbox - Pump The Boogie!
    Year Of Release: 2018
    Label: Glitterbox
    Genre: Disco, Funk, Soul
    Quality: FLAC (tracks)
    Bitrate: Lossless
    Time: 8:32:23
    Full Size: 3.39 gb
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    An exciting mix of styles, especially for a formative mid Fifties album – several of the tracks are the typically energetic Skiffle songs that made Lonnie a star in the first place and several others are much more downbeat and slower. We see him even attempt a track with jazz backing in “How Long, How Long Blues”. Honestly, it’s a little peculiar. Lonnie combines jazz and blues in such a rickety and loose way that it almost falls apart at several moments. Thankfully, the sheer bizarre nature of the track keeps it all together. The other weaker moment is the short “I’m Alabammy Bound” – too repetitive and bare to stir more than brief notice from me, but still short enough to not become filler.

    There are highlights aplenty on here – the unsurprisingly emotionally-sung “Nobody’s Child” is so convincing that you almost think that Lonnie wrote the standard himself. That’s the testament of a good rendition. Possibly the most surprising cut on here is “Frankie and Johnny”. An old folk song about a couple who had sworn to be true to each other and, without fail, both cheat on each other. I’ve come to know this song as a little ditty from one of Johnny Cash’s many albums and I saw it merely as decent filler for the album. Yet, Lonnie has it much significantly longer and expanded into something of an epic. Extra verses and, thus, adds more meaning and significance to their relationship. Not the better performance, but still worthwhile.

    The fast-paced songs are undeniably the most killer material here and justify everything else. It sounds only moderately exciting now but imagine how breath-taking these would have sounded at the time. “Wabash Cannonball” sounds like a lost signature tune – it has everything you need from a Skiffle song from Lonnie, speed, the urchin “man of the people” charm of Lonnie’s voice and the unbeatable instrumentation.

    This sounds like a snapshot back in time. Jazz albums generally age better and there are more timeless material from this era – this is more dated but that only adds to the authenticity. If you’re looking for a mix of styles from an era not often explored, you could probably do much worse than this.

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    [Label: Stamp The Wax | Cat#: none]

    1. Day 1: Jayda G – That Voice In Your Head (4:56)
    2. Day 2: Ill Considered – Jingle Bells (6:34)
    3. Day 3: Gigi Masin – Angelene (5:13)
    4. Day 4: Bell Towers – Funky Silver Hot Pants (DJ Edit) (5:33)
    5. Day 5: Joe Armon-Jones feat. Nache – Amply Lit (5:50)
    6. Day 6: Dreamcast – I Bet (4:28)
    7. Day 7: Androo – Tim 100 (Jazz Mix) (2:55)
    8. Day 8: Jay L – Looking Up (Unreleased Mix Pt. 1 & 2) (07:12)
    9. Day 9: Scott Grooves – BlueBlack (04:09)
    10. Day 10: Benedek – Good Thang (02:32)
    11. Day 11: Lipelis – Science & Art (05:47)
    12. Day 12: Alek Lee – Kids Talk Shit (08:45)
    13. Day 13: Flørist – Flash II (03:53)
    14. Day 14: Ariwo – Abakua (06:29)
    15. Day 15: Jonny Rock – Small World Big Apple (06:00)
    16. Day 16: The Colours That Rise – Floating Compass (05:22)
    17. Day 17: Jenifa Mayanja – Steppin (05:50)
    18. Day 18: Wild Flowers (Oyvind Morken x Kaman Leung) – Billig Jeans (05:31)
    19. Day 19: Unknown Artist – Rentokil (JD Twitch Edit) (06:18)
    20. Day 20: I:Cube – Turqoise (05:22)
    21. Day 21: Outbar ‎– Away From The Heat (Sacha Mambo Edit) (06:23)
    22. Day 22: Steve Spacek – Goes Around (05:12)
    23. Day 23: Lex Amor – Cotton Socks (prod. Leplezett) (02:09)
    24. Day 24: The Pilotwings – Transition Énergétique (05:42)
    25. Day 26: Z.Z + Olive Tree – Outta Mind (03:51)
    26. Day 26: Pedro – I Say It Straight (06:30)
    27. Day 26: Mo Rayon – Zambia (03:32)
    28. Day 26: Maxwell Owin – Carcassonne (01:43)
    29. Day 26: Manuel Darquart – Coasting (03:55)
    30. Day 26: Jumanjí (RAMZi + Priori) – Bibu (Blue Mix) (06:19)
    31. Day 26: Horatio Luna feat. JK – Step In (04:27)
    32. Day 26: Flammer Dance Band – Din Ting (08:22)

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    Roachford - The Roachford Files (2000)

    Artist: Roachford
    Title Of Album: The Roachford Files
    Year Of Release: 2000
    Label (Catalog#): Columbia [500739 2]
    Country: England
    Genre: Soul, Funk, Rhythm & Blues, Pop Rock
    Quality: FLAC (tracks,cue,log,scans)
    Bitrate: Lossless
    Time: 58:50
    Full Size: 392 mb
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    Belly Hole Freak is a one man band mostly influenced by the Delta Blues, the Bluegrass and Boogie sounds, coupled with soul, rhythm and blues and swing vibes, he plays his tunes with a visceral energy and gritty rock’n’roll attitude.

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    This session from early 1969 featured Nick Gravenites, Mark Naftalin, John Kahn, and Snooky Flowers (among others), with cameos from Taj Mahal and Jesse Ed Davis, but it’s clear from the opening notes who the real star is. Over the years, Michael Bloomfield’s titanic solos on “Blues on a Westside” have dwarfed the rest of the album in many listeners’ memories, but truthfully, his playing just burns across every track. More of Bloomfield’s great guitar work from these shows is on Nick Gravenites’ My Labors on Columbia.

    1 It Takes Time 4:27
    Vocals – Nick Gravenites
    Written-By – Otis Rush, Willie Dixon
    2 Oh Mama 2:59
    Written-By, Vocals – Michael Bloomfield
    3 Love Got Me 2:37
    Vocals – Bob Jones
    Written-By – Arthur Conley
    4 Blues On A Westside 15:18
    Written-By, Vocals – Nick Gravenites
    5 One More Mile To Go 10:35
    Electric Guitar – Jesse Ed Davis
    Harp – Taj Mahal
    Vocals – Taj Mahal
    Written-By – Joseph Cotton
    6 It’s About Time 7:00
    Written-By, Vocals – Nick Gravenites
    7 Carmelita Skiffle (Instrumental) 5:11
    Written-By – B. T. Jones, M. Naftalin, M. Bloomfield, N. Gravenites
    Bonus Tracks
    8 If I Ever Get Lucky 14:04
    Vocals – Taj Mahal
    9 Stronger Than DIrt (Instrumental) 6:19
    Written-By – Bob Jones, Ira Kamin, John Kahn, Mark Naftalin, M. Bloomfield, Nick Gravenites

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    Duke Robillard - Swing (1988)

    Artist: Duke Robillard
    Title Of Album: Swing
    Year Of Release: 1988
    Label (Catalog#) : Rounder [CD 3103]
    Country:: US
    Genre: Blues, Jazz, Swing
    Quality: FLAC (image+ cue,log)
    Bitrate: Lossless
    Time: 00:58:38
    Full Size: 292mb(+3%)(cover)
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    Little Willie John - Complete Hit Singles A's & B's [2CD Remastered Set] (2012)

    Artist: Little Willie John
    Title Of Album: Complete Hit Singles A's & B's
    Year Of Release: 2012
    Label (Catalog#): Real Gone Music [RGM-0046]
    Country: United States
    Genre: Rhythm & Blues, Funk / Soul, Blues
    Quality: FLAC (tracks +.cue,log,scans)
    Bitrate: Lossless
    Time: 1:22:29
    Full Size: 289 mb
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