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- 02/15/17--08:50: _Oto Hiax Oto Hiax
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- 02/15/17--06:13: Audiophile Piano Love Songs [WAV]
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- 02/15/17--06:26: Yang Liang - Dream Piano  [WAV]
- 02/15/17--06:30: Miao Xiaozheng - 12 Girl of The Red Chamber (2006) [APE]
- 02/15/17--06:34: Miao Xiaozheng - Sheng Se (2004) [WAV]
- 02/15/17--06:36: Rhiannon Giddens – Freedom Highway (2017)
- 02/15/17--06:39: Zhao Cong - New Talks Of Pipa (2010) [WAV]
- 02/15/17--07:58: VA - Buddha Luxury Vol.1 (2016)
- 02/15/17--07:58: VA - The Best of Deep Forest and Projects (2017)
- 02/15/17--08:28: Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer – Get Up & Do Right (2017)
- 02/15/17--08:37: Kris Kristofferson – The Austin Sessions [Expanded Edition] (2017)
- 02/15/17--08:50: Oto Hiax Oto Hiax
- 02/15/17--09:39: Delfonics – La La Means I Love You [Expanded Version] (2016)
- 02/15/17--09:47: Isango Ensemble at the Brooklyn Academy of Music
- 02/15/17--09:51: Andrea Belfi Alveare
- 02/15/17--10:52: Mats Gustafsson & Joachim Nordwall A Map of Guilt
- 02/15/17--10:52: Craig Taborn Daylight Ghosts
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her highly praised debut album Tomorrow Is My Turn includes nine original songs Giddens wrote or co-wrote while she and her band toured after Tomorrow Is My Turn’s 2015 release, along with a traditional song and two civil rights-era songs, ‘Birmingham Sunday’ and Staple Singers’ well-known ‘Freedom Highway’, from which the album takes its name. Giddens’ writing for Freedom Highway is a departure from Tomorrow Is My Turn, which included one original song, with the rest being her interpretations of songs written or performed by a wide variety of female musicians.
01.Butterflies and flowers 03:33
03.The bulbul 03:09
04.Strolling in the garden 03:30
07.Fly to imagination 03:28
08.The couple birds 03:05
11.Butterflies and flowers II 03:38
12.Rainbow II 03:37
13.Strolling in the garden II 03:44
14.Fog II 04:29
15.Evening II 03:03
Альбом: Buddha Luxury Vol.1
Дата выхода: 2017
Страна: All World
Категория(и): Relax New Age World
Дата выхода: 2017
Формат: MP3, 320 kbps
Альбом: The Best of Deep Forest and Projects
Дата выхода: 2017
Страна: All World
Категория(и): New Age World
Дата выхода: 2017
Формат: MP3, 160-320 kbps
Keith Urban & Carrie Underwood The Fighter feed Жанр : Country, Pop Продолжительность : 00:03:16 Год выпуска : 2017 Качество : HDTV Разрешение видео/развертка : 1080i Контейнер : TS Видео кодек : MPEG2 Аудио кодек : MP2 Видео : MPEG2 Video 1920x1080 25fps 27.
Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer honor influences such as Ola Belle Reed, Alice Gerrard, Tom Paxton, Pete Seeger, and good old P.D. (Traditional), along with songs by Cathy, David Francey, Ken Whitely, and Bob Dylan. Their unique arrangements include tight vocal harmonies and virtuosity on the five-string banjo, cello banjo (reinvented by Marcy), guitar, and ukulele.
In the summer of 1997, Kris Kristofferson spent a few days in Texas recording stripped-down versions of his best-known songs. Released by Atlantic Records in 1999, The Austin Sessions pairs the acclaimed outlaw country songwriter with a band of studio aces and guest harmony vocalists for intimate versions of classics like “Me and Bobby McGee,” “Why Me?” and “Sunday Morning Coming Down.”
Rhino Records celebrates these powerful recordings with an expanded version of the album that features remastered sound and includes two unreleased session outtakes. Fred Mollin, who produced the original album, tells the story behind the sessions in the collection’s liner notes, which also feature several unpublished photos from the time.
Kristofferson recorded The Austin Sessions at Arlyn Studios in Texas with a group of session veterans from Los Angeles and Nashville who were hand-picked by Mollin, who also plays acoustic guitar on the album. Kristofferson’s longtime touring guitarist Stephen Bruton appears on several songs as well.
Mollin recalls: “I knew in my heart that I could pull off a great under-produced production and give Kris the album he always wanted to make: one that felt like it had the uniqueness and rootsy feeling that Dylan accomplished on his early electric albums.”
Several guests join Kristofferson on the album, including Jackson Browne (“Me And Bobby McGee”), Steve Earle (“Sunday Morning Coming Down”), Vince Gill (“Help Me Make It Through The Night”), Catie Curtis (“Nobody Wins”), and Mark Knopfler (“Please Don’t Tell Me How The Story Ends”).
Left off the original album, “Best Of All Possible Worlds” and “Jody And The Kid” make their debut on the expanded version. Mollin says the songs show different sides of Kristofferson’ songwriting. “One is lighthearted, dry, sarcastic and one of the greatest examples of Kris’ humor and storytelling, while the other is just deeply emotional and shows the true aching heart that can be felt like an arrow, from Kris to the listener.”
(Editions Mego, 2017)
1. I’m Sorry (2:46)
2. Break Your Promise (3:01)
3. The Shadow Of Your Smile (3:21)
4. Hurt So Bad (2:01)
5. Losing You (2:27)
6. Alfie (2:46)
7. La-La (Means I Love You) (3:19)
8. You Are Gone (2:33)
9. The Look Of Love (3:14)
10. Can You Remember (2:58)
11. A Lover’s Concerto (2:14)
12. Can’t Get Over Losing You (7” Version) (2:29)
13. You Got Yours And I’ll Get Mine (7” Version (2:52)
14. You Got Yours And I’ll Get Mine (With Intro) (3:07)
15. Loving Him (2:02)
16. Funny Feeling (2:34)
If you find yourself in New York City this week, make your way to the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) for what promises to be a mighty performance: “A Man of Good Hope” from South Africa’s Isango Ensemble. The innovative, award-winning theater company brings a powerful, timely and true story of a Somali refugee who flees civil war at home only to arrive in South Africa and face a wave of intense xenophobic violence that throws the country into turmoil. The production, driven by a powerhouse of singers and marimbas (as is Isango’s signature style), “delivers a clear-eyed portrait of resilience amid the challenges of displacement.” Here’s a trailer that will give you a sense of the drama and fierce artistry in store:
The Isango Ensemble operates in defiance of the often hierarchical exclusivity of “high art” theater and opera. In a Western context, entering into these creative fields as a performer often demands years of advancement in study and experience in relatively narrow path with numerous barriers to entry. Even the conversation around these forms of art tends to be exclusive, as Isango director Mark Darnford-May wrote in a South African newspaper. Isango takes a different approach, using the company itself as a training ground. The members of the Isango Ensemble hail from the townships surrounding Cape Town—some are classically trained and some are untrained, and this variety is intentional: they embrace artists “at all stages of their creative development allowing senior artists to lead and contribute towards the growth of rising talents.” The company’s talents are many, as all the performers flow fluidly between dancing, singing, speaking and playing marimba.
Isango Ensemble in “A Man of Good Hope” at the Young Vic © Keith Pattison
Led by Dornford-May and music directors Pauline Malefane and Mandisi Dyantyis, Isango makes theater with the intention of offering access to art for all South Africans and of “contributing to a more united South African nation.” They have brought their productions across the world to sold-out audiences (including at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre) and received high praise and numerous awards. The company reimagines theater and opera from the Western canon in a distinctly South African context, “thereby creating inventive work relevant to the heritage of the nation.” In addition to staged performances, the group has shot several films on location in the township of Khayelitsha—U-Carmen eKhayelitsha and Son of Man—giving local residents opportunities to be a part of the films. U-Carmen premiered in the township’s O.R. Tambo Sports Centre for weeks to many audiences of excited Khayelitsha residents, and when it was brought to the wider world, the film brought the township to international awareness. Isango’s intent is to continue their mission of opening doors to theater for performers and audience alike with the hope of reflecting and uniting a diverse South Africa on the stage.
Get a taste of the Isango Ensemble’s magic for yourself at BAM this week. “A Man of Good Hope” runs from Feb. 15-19. If you’re not able to make it, check back with Afropop Worldwide for a forthcoming review.
Sun Kil Moon, the project of perpetually bummed out Mark Kozelek, is releasing a new album this Friday. It’s called Common As Light And Love Are Red Valleys Of Blood, and it’s a double album recorded with Sonic Youth drummer Steve Shelley.
Mats Gustafsson & Joachim Nordwall
A Map of Guilt