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    Julian Cope s long anticipated album of drinking songs aptly entitled DRUNKEN SONGS . The record contains 6 winter warmers to enliven the dark sunless days, 6 tales of belligerent alcoholerated drunkenness as it plays out in tableaux across these British Isles. As The Beer Flows Over Me was the catalyst for this entire project. Written by Cope for his own funeral, the song celebrates our own northern latitudes, and beseeches listeners to diss the southern lands of the grape in favour of beer, beer and lager beer. Liver Big as Hartlepool celebrates Cope s adopted city through the metaphysical lens. On The Road to Tralee concludes the album with 20 drunken miles of bad memories, quaint observations and rustic incidentals. Expect Cope s usual massed ranks of Mellotron 400, alongside all manner of humorous and poignant commentaries – a perfect rest bite from these Trumped up troubled times.


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    VA - Celtic Collection 1 (2016) Исполнитель: VA
    Альбом: Celtic Collection 1
    Дата выхода: 2016
    Страна: All World
    Категория(и): New Age  World
    Дата выхода: 2016
    Продолжительность: 01:01:56
    Формат: MP3, 320 kbps

    Источник (релизёр):rafikaru


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    Tracklist:

    1. Heavy Fire 4:28
    2. When The Night Comes In 3:16
    3. Dancing With The Wrong Girl 3:21
    4. Who Rides The Tiger 4:20
    5. Cold War Love 4:05
    6. Testify Or Say Goodbye 4:17
    7. Thinking About You Could Get Me Killed 3:38
    8. True Blue Kid 4:17
    9. Ticket To Rise 4:38
    10. Letting Go Of Me 3:44
    11. Fade (Bonus Track) 4:22


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    Musica Portuguesa é sempre muito bom.
    Obrigado por partilhar...

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    Bem Hajam...

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    Ikebe Shakedown – Stone By Stone (2014)

    • Artist: Ikebe Shakedown
    • Album: Stone By Stone
    • Genre: World Music
    • Released: 2014
    • Format: FLAC
    • Size: 223 MB

    Tracklist:
    01 – The Offering
    02 – Stone By Stone
    03 – The Beast
    04 – By Hook or By Crook
    05 – Rio Grande
    06 – Last Stand
    07 – Cover Your Tracks
    08 – Chosen Path
    09 – The Illusion
    10 – Dram
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    The post Ikebe Shakedown – Stone By Stone (2014) appeared first on intmusic.net.


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    Tracklist

    01. Rooftops
    02. Looking For Sunshine
    03. Rock And Pillars
    04. Walking Man
    05. No Trace
    06. Diamonds
    07. Antlers
    08. Busy
    09. Steeley Gaze
    10. Durkestan
    11. Shut Your Eyes
    12. Not So Good


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    Tracklist:

    01. Back Across the Valley
    02. Black Jack County Chain
    03. Cold Water
    04. Fade into Grey
    05. Old Mine Road
    06. Ol’ Slew Foot
    07. Poor Me
    08. Shady Grove
    09. Snowshoe Thompson
    10. Spider and the Fly
    11. There Is a Time
    12. Wild Western Windblown Band


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    Banning Eyre and Sean Barlow are currently in Lagos, Nigeria researching the vibrant music scene for Afropop Worldwide‘s Hip Deep series. Here’s their latest field report.

    LAGOS, Nigeria, Feb. 1–Busy few days since we last posted. We interviewed one of the most respected young producers on the Naija pop scene, Young John. Coming from a church background—like a surprising number of Naija pop producers—John rose fast after turning out megahits for perhaps the top Yoruba rapper in Nigeria, Olamide. We were later showered with insights into Lagos’s dynamic musical world when we interviewed and dined with Ade Bantu, leader of the band Bantu, creator of the Afropolitan Vibes festival at Freedom Park, and sharp observer of Nigerian music in all its manifestations.

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    Sean Barlow and Young John

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    Ade Bantu

    Too much to summarize on that one, but Ade did clarify a key question of nomenclature. Although many locals refer to all the new pop in Nigeria as “hip-hop”—even though much of it is not really hip-hop as we know it—the term the local industry folks prefer is “Naija pop.” “Afrobeats” is also used by some, but Ade judges it a term imposed from the outside—a kind of appropriation—and also far too general to have much meaning. Seun Kuti sees a different appropriation here, the adding of an “s” to his father’s genre coinage of the 1970s, and in that, Seun senses a certain “insecurity” among those producing and marketing the new music; he predicts the term Afrobeats will not last long.

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    CD shopping in Lagos.

    We’ll see about that, but Young John seemed refreshingly unconcerned with names. For him it was all about the song, and he loved the fact that there were so few genre rules. It’s a world of full-on experimentation. Genre names are rampant, but also misleading and meaningless.

    For us, the most exciting aspect of the trip has been delving into the fuji scene, fantastically vibrant and fully of larger-than-life characters. We’ve sat and interviewed Salawa Abeni (The Queen of Fuji), Saheed Osupa (The King of Fuji—crowned by Barrister himself), K1 da Ultimate (The “Undisputed” King of Fuji—widely agreed upon), and Obesere (The Paramount King of Music, and champion of the clever, humorous form of “lewd songs” known as asakasa), all in their homes. These are not artists who typically make themselves available to journalists. It took a very well-connected fixer to arrange these interviews, and they did not disappoint.

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    Banning Eyre interviewing Salawa Abeni.

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    Saheed Osupa performing.

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    Banning interviewing Obesere.

    There are stories behind these names, and the artists told them with verve and spirit, often breaking into song mid-sentence. This is going to make some very fine radio. We also recorded a set by Osupa and his 22-piece band on a stage afloat in a giant swimming pool at the Airport Hotel. Our coproducer Morgan Greenstreet also recorded an Osupa set at Afropolitan Vibes in December. Hopefully these will be the first of more live fuji recordings down the road. Just in case, we stopped by the local CD store and bought 20 or so titles from throughout this music’s storied history.

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    Osupa and his 22 piece band performing on a floating stage.

    On Thursday (Feb. 2) we leave Lagos for parts north and south, but we’ll be back in Eko (Lagos) for a few days near the end of the month. This city is harsh and gritty, from what we’ve seen, as challenging to survival as any corner of the Bronx, or Kinshasa, or Cairo. Its charms don’t lie on the surface, but there’s nothing like being here, seeing and feeling how that grit connects with all the different Nigerian musicalities we’ve heard all these years.

    Great music and stories to come… stay tuned!

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    A searing slide guitar and growling harmonica combined with a tight and solid rhythm section including smashing washboard. Those are the Mississippi Kings!
    In addition to his own work the repertoire consists of music from blues greats such as Robert Johnson, Bukka White, Mississippi Fred McDowell and Robert Lee Burnside.


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    Thomas Barquee - Missa (Lossless, 2002) Исполнитель: Thomas Barquee
    Альбом: Missa
    Дата выхода: 2002
    Страна: Germany
    Категория(и): New Age  World
    Дата выхода: 2002
    Продолжительность: 00:56:05
    Формат: FLAC (image + .cue), Lossless




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