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    VA – Classic Mum (3CD, 2017)
    Pop, Rock | Universal Music
    320 kbps | MP3 | unmixed | 2017 | 03:43:36 | 571 Mb

    1. Ellie Goulding – Love Me Like You Do
    2. Shawn Mendes – Treat You Better
    3. Ronan Keating – Lovin' Each Day
    4. Jessie J – Domino
    5. DNCE – Cake By The Ocean
    6. Amy MacDonald – This Is The Life
    7. Sugababes – About You Now
    8. Take That – Patience
    9. Boyzone – Love Me For A Reason
    10. Wet Wet Wet – Goodbye Girl
    11. OneRepublic – Apologize
    12. Aurora – Half The World Away
    13. Maroon 5 – Makes Me Wonder
    14. Gabrielle – Out Of Reach
    15. Girls Aloud – Something New
    16. Cher – If I Could Turn Back Time
    17. Tom Jones – She's A Lady
    18. Shanice – I Love Your Smile
    19. Donna Lewis – I Love You Always Forever
    20. Boyz II Men – A Song For Mama
    21. Scissor Sisters – I Don't Feel Like Dancin'
    22. Mya, Christina Aguilera, P!nk & Lil' Kim – Lady Marmalade
    23. Sister Sledge – We Are Family
    24. Deee-Lite – Groove Is In The Heart
    25. Blue – All Rise
    26. S Club 7 – Don't Stop Movin'
    27. Alesha Dixon – The Boys Does Nothing
    28. Corona – The Rhythm Of The Night
    29. Diana Ross – Upside Down
    30. Holly Valance – Kiss Kiss
    31. Blondie – The Tide Is High
    32. Laura Branigan – Gloria
    33. The Style Council – You're The Best Thing
    34. 10cc – The Things We Do For Love
    35. Rod Stewart – You Wear It Well
    36. ABC – All Of My Heart
    37. Duran Duran – Ordinary World
    38. Spandau Ballet – True
    39. A-Ha – Hunting High And Low
    40. Atomic Kitten – Eternal Flame
    41. Aretha Franklin – Respect
    42. En Vogue – Don't Let Go (Love)
    43. Randy Crawford – One Day I'll Fly Away
    44. Anita Baker – Sweet Love
    45. Ariana Grande – Dangerous Woman
    46. The Brand New Heavies – Dream On Dreamer
    47. Stevie Wonder – Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I'm Yours)
    48. The Temptations – Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)
    49. Otis Redding – My Girl
    50. The Jackson 5 – Mama's Pearl
    51. Sheryl Crow – If It Makes You Happy
    52. Eternal – Angel Of Mine
    53. Duffy – Warwick Avenue
    54. The Feeling – Fill My Little World
    55. The Cardigans – Lovefool
    56. Gabriella Cilmi – Sweet About Me
    57. DNA ft Suzanne Vega – Tom's Diner
    58. Honeyz – End Of The Line
    59. Liberty X – Got To Have Your Love
    60. Dinah Washington – Mad About The Boy
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    VA – Java Jazz Festival 13th Edition (2017)
    Java Jazz Festival 13th Edition | 2017 | PT. Universal Music Indonesia
    Pop,RnB, Soul,Nu Jazz | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 02:15:33 | 314 MB

    01. Jamie Cullum – High & Dry – US Version (04:16)
    02. James Morrison – You Give Me Something (03:32)
    03. Mayer Hawthorne – The Walk (03:39)
    04. Kings of Convenience – I'd Rather Dance With You (03:27)
    05. Corinne Bailey Rae – Paris Nights / New York Mornings (03:50)
    06. India, Arie – Can I Walk With You (03:50)
    07. Feist – Inside And Out (04:18)
    08. Rhye – 3 Days (04:14)
    09. Mura Masa – What If I Go (03:22)
    10. Glass Animals – Gooey (04:46)
    11. Aloe Blacc – Love Is The Answer (03:43)
    12. Esperanza Spalding, Joe Lovano – I Cant Help It (04:40)
    13. Colbie Caillat – Bubbly (03:15)
    14. Us The Duo – Falling In Love (03:47)
    15. Tori Amos – Promise (04:02)
    16. Meiko – Stuck On You (03:07)
    17. Duffy – Mercy (03:40)
    18. Incognito – Everyday (04:48)
    19. Swing Out Sister – La La (Means I Love You) (04:50)
    20. Nikki Yanofsky – Jeepers Creepers 2.0 (02:58)
    21. Sitti – Back To You (04:43)
    22. Diana Krall – Walk On By (05:00)
    23. Melody Gardot – Over The Rainbow (04:34)
    24. Antonio Carlos Jobim, Al Jarreau, Oleta Adams – Waters Of March (04:35)
    25. Jane Monheit – Sing (05:06)
    26. Booker T. Jones – I Came To Love You (04:06)
    27. Peter Allen – Fly Away (03:53)
    28. Gino Vannelli – I Just Wanna Stop (03:38)
    29. Smokey Robinson – Being With You – Single Version (03:59)
    30. The Rippingtons, Russ Freeman – Till You Come Back To Me (03:58)
    31. Natalie Cole, Peabo Bryson – What You Won't Do For Love (04:17)
    32. Level 42 – Leaving Me Now – Extended Version (04:57)
    33. Johnny Hates Jazz – Turn Back The Clock (04:30)
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    Ray Campi & The Bellhops – One More Hop (2006)
    One More Hop | 2006 | Real Music Productions
    Country, Rock'n'Roll, Rockabilly | Flac (image, .cue, log) | 34:17 | 252 Mb (covers)

    1. Brown Boots 2:52
    2. I Crossed My Heart 2:13
    3. Loretta 2:54
    4. Don't Forget The Trains 3:34
    5. Crazy Mixed Emotions 2:46
    6. One More Hop 2:12
    7. I Just Drove By 3:50
    8. Rock Me Up 2:05
    9. Blue To The Bone 2:31
    10. Wrong Side Of The Heart 2:13
    11. Swamp Fox 2:03
    12. Baby Don't You Lie 2:33
    13. The Crossing 2:24
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    The Baja Marimbas – Lazy Days (2012)
    Lazy Days | 2012 | Kritzerland
    Instrumental | CBR 320 kbit/s | 70 min | 170MB

    01 – We're Off To See The Wizard
    02 – Baja Noce
    03 – But Not For Me
    04 – Say ''Si Si''
    05 – Shorty
    06 – Lazy Days
    07 – Rumrunner
    08 – Free Fall
    09 – Pavane
    10 – New Deal
    11 – Green Bird
    12 – Nine On A Match
    13 – Alone Again, Naturally
    14 – Deep Throat
    15 – Santa Anita Racetrack Spot (Daily Double)
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    VA – Simply Party Classics (4CD, 2016)
    Soul, Pop, Disco | Union Square Music
    320 kbps | MP3 | unmixed | 2016 | 04:38:50 | 635 Mb

    01. Deee Lite – Groove Is In The Heart
    02. Beverley Knight – Made It Back
    03. The B-52s – The Love Shack
    04. Bananarama – Venus
    05. A-Ha – Take On Me
    06. Duran Duran – Rio
    07.Thompson Twins – Love On Your Side
    08. Mark Morrison – Return Of The Mack (C&J Radio Edit)
    09. Keith Sweat – I Want Her
    10. Missy Elliott – Get Ur Freak On
    11. House Of Pain – Jump Around
    12. Naughty By Nature – O.P.P.
    13. Grandmaster Flash & Furious 5 – The Message
    14. Sugarhill Gang – Rapper's Delight
    15. Cee-Lo Green – Forget You
    16. Robin S – Luv 4 Luv
    17. Freemasons – Uninvited
    18. Bassheads – Is There Anybody Out There
    01. ZZ Top – Gimme All Your Lovin'
    02. The Darkness – I Believe In A Thing Called Love
    03. The Monkees – I'm A Believer
    04. Madness – One Step Beyond
    05. Dawn Penn – You Don't Love Me (No, No, No) (Trojan Mix)
    06. Peter Andre – Mysterious Girl
    07. Positive Force – We Got The Funk
    08. George Benson – Give Me The Night
    09. Rufus & Chaka Khan – Ain't Nobody
    10. The Whispers – And The Beat Goes On
    11. Candi Staton – Suspicious Minds
    12. Petula Clark – Downtown
    13. Carl Douglas – Kung Fu Fighting
    14. Chic – Good Times
    15. Sister Sledge – He's The Greatest Dancer
    16. Midnight Star – Midas Touch
    17. Amii Stewart – Knock On Wood
    18. Shalamar – A Night To Remember
    01. En Vogue – Hold On
    02. Jade – Don't Walk Away
    03. All Saints – Lady Marmalade
    04. Brandy – I Wanna Be Down
    05. D'Influence – Rock With You (DI Radio Edit)
    06. Another Level – Freak Me
    07. Stooshe – Black Heart
    08. Alesha Dixon – The Boy Does Nothing
    09. Hard – Fi – Hard To Beat
    10. Freemasons – Pjanoo Vs Watchin
    11. Cher – Believe
    12. Coldcut featuring Lisa Stansfield – People Hold On
    13. Erasure – A Little Respect
    14. Frankie Goes To Hollywood – Relax
    15. Ultra Naté – Free
    16. Ben Westbeach – Something For The Weekend
    17. Daddy's Groove feat. Little Nancy – It's Not Right, But It's Okay
    18. Aly-US – Follow Me (Fred Everything & Olivier Desmet SF Vocal)
    01. Madness – Baggy Trousers
    02. KC & The Sunshine Band – That's The Way (I Like It)
    03. Shalamar – I Can Make You Feel Good
    04. Spagna – Call Me
    05. Rick Astley – Never Gonna Give You Up
    06. Bucks Fizz – Making Your Mind Up
    07. Norman Greenbaum – Spirit in the Sky
    08. The Whispers – It's A Love Thing
    09. The Foundations – Build Me Up Buttercup
    10. The Archies – Sugar Sugar
    11. Chris Montez – Let's Dance
    12. Aretha Franklin – Think
    13. Moloko – Sing It Back (Boris Musical Mix Edit)
    14. West End Featuring Sybil – The Love I Lost
    15. Robin S – Show Me Love (Stonebridge Radio Edit)
    16. Alison Limerick – Where Love Lives
    17. Pianoman – Blurred (Pianoman Original Edit)
    18. Chad Jackson – Hear The Drummer Get Wicked (Radio Edit)
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    VA – St. Moritz Make Me Disco (2017) FLAC
    St. Moritz: Make Me Disco | 2017 | Starlight Recordings
    Nu Disco / Dance | FLAC (tracks) | 03:47:08 | 1.39 GB

    01. Clemens Rumpf & Marcell Russell – Ain't Dancing Without You (Space Age Nu Disco Edit)
    02. Ill Twin – Charlies (Max Laut Edit)
    03. Funkatron – The Groove
    04. Wyatt Ocean – See the Difference
    05. Goeran Meyer – Unhurried Soul
    06. Re-Tide – Revolution Is Here
    07. Nudisco – Discoizm
    08. Daniel Falkenberg feat. Mathew Kay & Heavy Violin – Summer Heat (Alkalino Remix)
    09. Emmiel – Every Hour of Every Day (Sudad G. Remix)
    10. Lee & Sun – Crush & Crave
    11. Felipe Gonzo – Closer
    12. Thomas Ackermann feat. Pit Strehl – Tonight
    13. Elastique V. – She Makes Me Wanna Dance
    14. Supersymmetrie – Bahnhofstrasse
    15. G.U.R.I – A Thousand Miles
    16. Marcredi – Yucca
    17. Performative Mode – First Mode
    18. Anchor Deep – Smooth Agent (Jazz Mix)
    19. David Bitton – Positive Thoughts (Boiler Mix)
    20. M I G E – Mige 3010
    21. Glangold – Abflug
    22. Stefan Schenk – Funky Nation
    23. The Morphoders – Substance
    24. Syntheticsax – Good Mood
    25. MV Edit – 80s Reloaded (Extended Mix)
    26. Massimo Vanoni – I See You (Fingerman's Disco Odyssey Edit)
    27. Manu el Chino – Rhodisco
    28. Bastixs – Muzik
    29. Atari Boy – Don't Let Me Down (Club Mix)
    30. Michael J. Mathews – Let Yourself Go
    31. Queemose feat. Bulletproof – Miramare (Fresh Mix)
    32. Disco Lounge – I Don't Know
    33. Mr Luke & Nicolas Saad feat. Micael Sene – The Funky Technician Is Back (Nils M. Disco Edit)
    34. Hagen – Waves (John Soultek Remix)
    35. Myra Miles – I Wish (Chillhouse Mix)
    36. Dubstreet Workers – Sunny Clouds Above
    37. John Soultek – Let the Music Talk
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    VA – Ministry Of Sound: Chilled House Session 8 (2017)
    House, Chill House | Ministry Of Sound
    320 kbps | MP3 | unmixed | 2017 | 02:37:35 | 364 Mb

    1. Setting Fires – The Chainsmokers feat. XYLØ
    2. My Way – Calvin Harris
    3. Carry Me – Kygo feat. Julia Michaels
    4. Anywhere – Dillon Francis feat. Will Heard
    5. Meteorite – Years & Years
    6. Hear Me Now – Alok & Bruno Martini feat. Zeeba
    7. Nervous (The Ooh Song) – Gavin James
    8. Never Letting Go – Zac Samuel & Moon Willis feat. Tayá
    9. False Alarm – Matoma & Becky Hill
    10. Wild Horses – Birdy
    11. Is This Love – Bob Marley & The Wailers feat. LVNDSCAPE & Bolier
    12. Finder (Hope) – Ninetoes vs. Fatboy Slim
    13. I Feel so Bad – Kungs feat. Ephemerals
    14. Runaways – Sam Feldt & Deepend feat. Teemu
    15. Higher Love – Charming Horses feat. Grace Grundy
    16. Somewhere New – Klingande feat. M-22
    17. Natural Blues – Moby
    18. Orange – Joris Voorn
    19. Aber – Tobtok
    20. Lake Arrowhead – Nora En Pure
    1. Your Soul (Holding On) – RHODES vs. Felix Jaehn
    2. Kerala – Bonobo / Brandy
    3. On Hold – The xx
    4. Eating Hooks – Moderat
    5. Say It – Flume feat. Tove Lo
    6. Smile – Gorgon City feat. Elderbrook
    7. Hiding – Icarus
    8. With Me – Lane 8
    9. Need You – Luttrell
    10. Wonderful – Chris Malinchak
    11. Lordly – Feder
    12. Beautiful Life – Lost Frequencies feat. Sandro Cavazza
    13. I Was Wrong – Arizona
    14. Ruckus – Tube & Berger feat. Richard Judge
    15. In This Game – Fritz Kalkbrenner
    16. Blondes Have More Fun – Tiga
    17. The First Time Free – Ultra Naté Vs Roland Clark
    18. London Headache – Anabel Englund
    19. Flowerhead – La Fleur
    20. Lid – Christian Löffler
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    Title:Party Boom – Dance Party
    Year Of Release:1995
    Label:It's Music/Delta Music GmbH
    Genre:Pop, Dance
    Quality:mp3 / Flac (tracks+.cue)
    Total Time:01:07:14
    Total Size:157,8 / 482,7 Mb

    01. Stephan Massimo & The Deli Cats / Anytime And Anywhere [0:03:43.30]
    02. Cut'n'movie / Give It Up [0:04:22.67]
    03. Magic Affair / Omen III [0:03:57.18]
    04. Toyboy / Careless Whisper [0:03:49.20]
    05. Pax / Dancing With You [0:04:02.47]
    06. Mc Hammer / Pray [0:05:12.65]
    07. Bohannon / Disco Stomp [0:04:39.23]
    08. McFadden & Whitehead / Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now [0:03:38.05]
    09. The Rah Band / Clouds Across The Moon [0:04:34.42]
    10. Tina Charles / Dance Little Lady [0:03:10.33]
    11. Kelly Marie / Feels Like I'm In Love [0:03:15.65]
    12. First Class / Beach Baby [0:05:01.67]
    13. Barry Blue / Dancing On A Saturday Night [0:03:11.43]
    14. Billy Swan / I Can Help [0:02:08.35]
    15. Shirley & Company / Shame, Shame, Shame [0:03:58.57]
    16. Jonathan King / On For Me One For You [0:03:07.40]
    17. Lieutenant Pigeon / Mouldy Old Dough [0:02:42.28]
    18. Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers / Egyptian Reggae [0:02:36.65]
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    Comin' Round The Mountain Жанр : Country Страна исполнителя (группы) : USA Год издания : 1969 Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : Vinyl Rip (tracks) Битрейт аудио : VBR 211 - 239 kbps Продолжительность : 00:36:49 01.

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    All images by Jill Steinberg, used with permission.

    At 80 years old, Philip Glass isn’t really worried about the specifics. “Foday and I have been writing music together for…30 years? 30 years or so?” The composer furrowed his brow. “A long, long time,” he concluded. Seated behind his grand-looking kora, Foday Musa Suso nodded approvingly.

    The two artists were on stage Sun., March 12 as a coproduction of the World Music Institute and the venue, National Sawdust. Their four-man ensemble gathered in Brooklyn to play through selections of the composers’ three decades (give or take) of collaboration. Glass is in the midst of an international celebration of this milestone year, which has comprised everything from premiering his 11th symphony at Carnegie Hall, to live soundtracking the film Dracula from 1931 with the Kronos Quartet. The celebration speaks to the breadth of Glass’s work. His first job was transcribing Ravi Shankar’s music into Western notation in Paris, and his career since has since spanned from movie soundtracks to avant garde minimalist composition.

    Glass @ 80

    In Suso, Glass has found a peer whose work is equally wide-ranging. Born to a family of Mandingo griots in Gambia, Suso can claim to be both a descendent of the original inventor of the kora, Jali Madi Wulen Suso, an innovator in his own right. The traditional kora has 21 strings but in 1971, Musa Suso added another three bass strings to the bridged-harp instrument, allowing for a “bassier beat” that Suso says “young people like to dance to.” He has played with more outre musicians like Pharoah Sanders and Bill Laswell, and has also composed music for the 1994 Olympics, in collaboration with Herbie Hancock, and for the 2004 Olympics with Glass. At National Sawdust Suso joked, “In 20 years, wherever they are, I expect I’ll be making music for the Olympics again.”

    The two composers and musical wanderers came together for the first time in the early 1990s, to compose music for the Jean Genet play Screens. That music, along with their Olympics compositions and their soundtrack for the film Powaqqatsi, comprised the set list for this concert. With Glass behind the piano and Suso with his kora and pedals, Asher Delerme provided percussion on hand drums, cymbals and cabasas rigged to pedals, and Jeffrey Zeigler, formerly of the Kronos Quartet, handled the string parts on cello.

    National Sawdust provided the intimate and perhaps ideal setting for the night. The concert hall’s capacity is only 200, and was designed with the best possible acoustics in mind. The walls are paneled in the asymmetrical, uneven shapes of a medieval city, but rendered in Star Wars black and white. As Zeigler played a solo piece on the cello, his breaths were audible in between phrases.

    Glass @ 80

    All busy musicians in their own right, after opening with “The Mad Caidi’s Court” from Screens, Glass admitted “It’s a little different every time we play it.” Different in perhaps the best possible way, though. The small ensemble laid bare Suso and Glass’s compositions, as both melodic and rhythmic phrases moved from kora to piano to Zeigler’s sweeping bow. Suso gave himself free reign with pedals that patched synthesizer pads of voices or organ over the pluck of the kora strings, a microcosm of the Western and West African sounds that made the evening.

    Glass periodically joked that he didn’t remember the specifics of Screens. “This song is called ‘Night on the Balcony.’ I don’t remember why, must be something from the play, but to me, now it just sounds like a night on the balcony.”

    He did remember the important stuff, however. “I remember we wrote this piece with people from six or seven countries and what we all had in common was the constellation, Orion” the composer said of the piece of the same name. “I asked everyone to write down what Orion meant to them…and nobody did it.” Presumably guilty, Suso suppressed a laugh.

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    10 Club Hits, Vol. 3 (DJ Selection) (2017)
    House, Tech House, Deep House, Electronic, Progressive, Dance | 2017
    77:23 | MP3 | 320kbps | 44.1 kHz | Stereo | 179 MB

    01. Maskio – Animal Funktions 08:28
    02. Boosta – The Boss (Pcb Remix) 07:49
    03. Alma Matris – Circuito (Pcb Dub Remix) 05:47
    04. John Acquaviva, Madox – Bling (John Acquaviva's Electro 06:15
    05. Ajello – Amore alieno 07:19
    06. Bellone – Faces (Zaxxon Mix) 08:17
    07. Peter Katafalk – Pacific 202 (Maskio Acid Terrace Remix 09:21
    08. PCB – Deep into My Sound 07:25
    09. Colakion feat. Paki Palmieri – Serious Music 08:49
    10. Xplosiva 'N' Luca Baldini – Neoacid 07:53
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    Alec Holowka – Night in the Woods Vol. 2: Hold On To Anything (2017)
    Mp3 CBR 320 kbps | Score / Electronic / Ambient | 02:26:04 | 351 Mb

    01. II 01:20
    02. Waking Up II 00:48
    03. Mae's House II 02:32
    04. The Long Fall 04:12
    05. Pumpkin Head Guy 01:38
    06. Investigation! 00:06
    07. Library Investigations 04:46
    08. Microfiche 04:40
    09. Poetry Society 01:32
    10. Church Hill 03:22
    11. Church of The First Coalescence 05:44
    12. Sleeping II 00:09
    13. Astral Fish 01:51
    14. Angus Climbs the Hill 06:45
    15. Angus' Story 05:41
    16. God? 00:56
    17. Unknowable 00:20
    18. Rainy Day 07:17
    19. Car Radio 00:57
    20. Donut Wolf 04:48
    21. I'm Going to Break Something 02:36
    22. Dance Party 03:04
    23. Cycles II 05:36
    24. Finding Bea 02:23
    25. Proximity 02:27
    26. The Bridge 07:02
    27. The Husker Bee Ballroom 03:12
    28. Graveyard Investigations 03:44
    29. Little Joe 02:12
    30. The Historical Society 01:31
    31. Ancient History 01:42
    32. The Map Room 00:16
    33. Someone's Coming 02:25
    34. Lori M. 04:36
    35. Skate Wolf 01:26
    36. Thryy Wyrd Tyyns 05:28
    37. Ghost Hunt 04:13
    38. Run! 00:37
    39. Urban Prairie 02:46
    40. Sanctuary 02:30
    41. Shapes 01:42
    42. The Hole At The Center Of Everything 05:04
    43. Eide Fight 00:25
    44. Climb 00:38
    45. Aftermath 02:58
    46. Vignettes 02:56
    47. Snow 08:38
    48. Early Longest Night 01:55
    49. End Credits 02:19
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    Lee Konitz – Frescalalto (2017) Lossless
    Frescalalto | 2017 | Decca (UMO)
    Jazz | FLAC (tracks) | 50:27 min | 282 MB

    01. Stella By Starlight
    02. Thingin
    03. Darn That Dream
    04. Kary's Trance
    05. Out Of Nowhere
    06. Gundula
    07. Invitation
    08. Cherokee
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    Louie Louie – Friend Of A Stranger (2017)
    Friend Of A Stranger | 2017 | Born Losers Records
    Psychedelic Rock, Garage Rock, Pop Punk | 320 Kbps | 34:51 min | 101 MB

    01. Hang It Up 01:51
    02. Come Over 02:30
    03. I Want To Dance With You 03:45
    04. Do It (In Your Mind) 02:17
    05. Miles Around 02:47
    06. Will To Find 03:42
    07. You Still Want Me 02:04
    08. Touch Me Lightly 02:29
    09. Interlude 00:33
    10. After Me 02:24
    11. Drums Not Guns 04:09
    12. What A Man Can Do 03:14
    13. Keep On Dancing 03:06
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    Ron CarterThe road that connects Brazilian music and jazz — the essential thematic nexus on this collaborative venture that brings bassist Ron Carter (and his quartet), vocalist Vitoria Maldonado, Ruria Duprat’s Brasilian Orchestra, and a handful of guest soloists into the same line of thinking — has always been a two way street, as both forms benefit and borrow from one another. Those on the jazz side have often found new harmonic angles to explore, gently undulating rhythms to coast upon, and beautiful songs built with extreme sensitivity in the Brazilian canon; and those on the Brazilian side have reveled in the opportunity to inject the unexpected into set forms and bring swing rhythms into contact with songs from their native land. All of those aspects born of the comfortable union between…

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    …the two are audible in the material presented on this easy-on-the-ears date.

    Carter and his quartet get first billing here, but they typically play second fiddle to the co-headliner. Maldonado’s voice—a sweet, expression-rich instrument—is at the center of these performances. She sings in English, Portuguese, French, and wordless forms; she sways with the bossa beats, soars with spirit, and seduces in soft environs; and she evinces the beauty and positive spirit connected to the meaning of the acronym in the album’s title—”Love, Inspiration, Knowledge, Energy.” Her greatest strengths seem to be connected to standards with a bossa twist and material endemic to Brazil. Soulful suggestions (“Georgia On My Mind”) and swinging sections of music don’t suit Maldonado nearly as well as fully Brazilian-ized American standards (“How High The Moon,” “There Will Never Be Another You”) or star-kissed beauties born of her own mind (“Adoro O Teu Sorriso”), but she manages just fine in every setting.

    While the spotlight remains focused on Maldonado for much of this program, Carter and his bandmates are able to shine, both as soloists and support players. Percussionist Rolando Morales-Matos and drummer Payton Crossley get the album rolling with some exciting exchanges (“They Can’t Take That Away From Me”) and provide steady rhythmic framework for others to build around; pianist Renee Rosnes proves to be a tremendous asset, capable of mesmerizing when she steps forwards (“How High The Moon”), providing a harmonic compass for all to follow, accentuating the mood of a song, or fading into the distance when need be; and Carter remains a model of class, support, and musicality. The bassist-leader is always focused on “finding the right notes,” to borrow the title phrase of his biography, and that search always yields stellar results. Whether soloing, interacting with Maldonado, or anchoring the ensemble, Carter comes off as the consummate artist and professional. And then there are the guests to admire. Randy Brecker’s flugelhorn graces a single track, Marcos Mincov’s English horn adds achingly beautiful commentary to two Maldonado originals, and several other notables, like guitarist Roberto Menescal, step into the mix at one time or another.

    Those looking to hear Carter and company let loose in a small group setting will be better served by going elsewhere, but those who see the appeal of a beautifully-shaped program that puts singer, small group, orchestra, and guests on near-equal footing will likely enjoy getting lost in this music. — AllAboutJazz

    Personnel: Vitoria Maldonado: vocals; Ron Carter: bass; Renee Rosnes: piano; Rolando Morales-Matos: percussion; Payton Crossley: drums; Roberto Menescal: guitar; Marcos Mincov: English horn; Toninho Ferragutti: accordion; Omar Izar: harmonica; Randy Brecker: flugelhorn; Proveta: alto saxophone; Ruria Duprat: arrangements, conductiong; Ruria Duprat’s Brasilian Orchestra—Luiz Britto Passos Amato: violin; Alex Braga Ximenes: violin; Otavio Scoss Nicolai: violin; Andrea Araujo Campos: violin; Nadilson Gama: violin; Flavio Geraldini: violin; Adriano Mello: violin; Marcos Henrique Scheffel: violin; Maria Fernandez Zagatto Krug: violin; Paulo Calligopoulos: violin; Heitor Fujinami: violin; Matthew Thorpe: violin; Alexandre Zappelini De Leon: viola; Elisa De Lina Do Rego Montiero: viola; Roberta Lizandra Marcinowski: viola; Fabio Tagliaferri: viola; Adriana Cristina De Barros Holtz: cello; Gustavo Pinto Lessa: cell; Patricia Mendonca Ribiero: cello; Maria Eduarda Leitao Canabarro: cello; Mario Sergio Rocha: French horn; Vagner Reboucas Da Silva: French horn; Rogerio Carvalho Martinez: French horn; Vitori Ferreira Neves: French horn; Marco Antonio Cancello: flute; Michel De Paula: flute; Clarissa Lapolla Bomfim Andrade: flute; Carlso Marcelo Nogueira Barboza: flute.

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    South by Southwest (SXSW), an annual festival and conference in Austin, TX for the film, interactive media and music industries, celebrates its 30th year March 13-19, 2017. Always a benchmark event for national and international music scenes, SXSW this year features a new showcase: ContraBanned: #MusicUnites, presenting a lineup of musicians from countries excluded from entry to the U.S. by President Donald Trump’s travel ban.

    However, it did not take Trump to come into office for a lineup like this to come together. Back in 2002, Marco Werman of Public Radio International’s program The World and Matthew Covey of Tamizdat, a nonprofit organization focused on providing legal and production support for international artists touring abroad, were at SXSW discussing then-president Bush’s administration, the showcases they had seen and the lack of international artists at SXSW. Werman and Covey started daydreaming of a showcase featuring artists hailing from Bush’s “axis of evil.” When President Donald Trump signed off on an executive order on Jan. 27, 2017 banning entry to the U.S. for 90 days of citizens of seven predominantly Muslim countries—Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen—and banning Syrian refugees indefinitely, their dream from years ago became a much needed call to action. (After a court blocked that order, a new one was introduced in March, targeting immigrants from those same countries minus Iraq.)

    A few phone calls were made and the name ContraBanned: #MusicUnites was anointed. One of those calls was to J.J. El-Far, who I interviewed over the phone to hear the story of how she came to ContraBanned.

    J.J. El-Far is the arts officer of the British Council, bringing British artists to the United States, cofounder and board chair of the Harlem Arts Festival, independent producer and creative consultant.

    O.K., did you catch your breath after that? Yes, El-Far has made incredible contributions to the arts and, as an independent producer for ContraBanned, she is holding nothing back.

    Having worked with Covey in the past, El-Far knew what was to come. In her independent work, El-Far is “compelled by projects or the partners and what the message is,” so upon hearing of ContraBanned, it was a project that needed a quick yes and she immediately signed on.

    The mission in question was not just in response to Trump’s travel ban. As an industry showcase, ContraBanned is for music presenters and promoters specifically. El-Far saw the purpose of ContraBanned as “an event that sent a message to other presenters that said, ‘look we understand that this travel ban is scary’…. we wanted to look that risk in the eye and acknowledge it.”

    El-Far further explains that even without a travel ban there have always been challenges with programming artists who need visas: “You’re planning six to 12 months in advance, you’re trying to line up funding. The funding is very hard to come by, it’s extremely competitive so the stakes are very high…And then at the last minute and you don’t get the visa, or if you don’t get the artist to be able to enter the country, your whole program falls through so the risk is there.”

    A risk El-Far is familiar with, having once had to cancel a U.S. tour she had planned with Mr. Covey for a U.K.-based band that was unable to obtain visas.

    However, a showcase like ContraBanned is not for pointing out the negatives like executive orders, visa applications or an administrative kind of hurdle that they’re afraid they’re not going to be able to surmount. Even though these fears are very real, El-Far emphasizes that the showcase is a “message of positivity and support to other arts presenters and promoters through a symbolic action” that booking acts that require visas can and should be done for the sake of the arts.

    Alongside El-Far is a team of producers and presenters from The World, Tamizdat, globalFest and other independent producers, top-notch people working in global music both in the United States and around the world. El-Far sees an industry showcase such as ContraBanned as a real treat, not only because of the rock-star team she is working with but also a chance to continue to get incredible music from around the world heard, and hopefully ensure them more bookings in the future.

    Despite the anxiety caused by the travel ban and the work required to apply for visas for touring artists, El-Far points out, “You got to give this a try and these are artists, not only are they excellent artistically but they deserve…for you to take a stand for them.”

    As an industry showcase, the performance will be open to registered SXSW attendees and press; El-Far, however, is hoping to see producers and presenters so that they might be interested in booking these artists and others like them.

    The music played during the showcase will be from Iraq, Iran, Syria, Somalia and Libya (full lineup below). The bands themselves currently reside in the United States. El-Far explains the artists selected for the showcase were chosen because they “can stand alone on their credentials artistically…it’s not a tokenistic gesture, we’re not trying to just put them in there because they represent whatever country, you know they’re there because they’re great and their music is great. And that’s it.” Throughout the development of the showcase, El-Far says the ContraBanned team has had complete support from SXSW.

    SXSW recently received criticism over social media from musicians featured in other showcases. An image pulled from an artist contract for SXSW was circulated online, revealing a clause in the contract setting parameters for where artists on visas could perform if booked for SXSW.

    Artists protested that the clause was stepping beyond the boundaries of the festival presenters’ powers as it specified immigrant authorities would be contacted if visa-holding artists were found playing shows not approved in their contract with SXSW. El-Far agrees the clause was too harsh. Following protest and petition from SXSW artists and audiences, SXSW apologized and agreed to remove the clause permanently from current and future artist contracts.

    El-Far supports SXSW’s decision as the clause needed clarification and in a “previous political climate” those types of details may have not held as much weight as they do now in the wake of the travel ban. El-Far went on to explain that artists on visas are not allowed to be paid outside of their contract if they are being brought in to perform during an industry showcase, as legally that is a violation of standard industry showcase performer contracts.

    Although the travel ban is on many minds, including El-Far’s, the ContraBanned showcase is not a direct reaction to the executive order. The main intent of the event is to stand in the name of cultural diversity and encourage exchange and unity through the medium of music. To say the concert is just resistance to the travel ban, or simply a world music slot in the SXSW festival, gravely oversimplifies the importance of making space for music that will be performed. Although the ban “really grates on our sensibilities as global citizens,” El-Far explains the ContraBanned show is not only to feature “world music… just music…great music.”

    ContraBanned is also not about satisfying a quota or calling out policies one does not agree with. The work of bringing more music from around the world to North America has been happening for years, done by individuals like El-Far and organizations like globalFest, PRI, Tamizdat and us at Afropop Worldwide. Our collective goal is to bring incredible music that we love to more audiences and share the joy of music from places that have not always gotten the headline act or even opening because they seem too far away.

    And for the future? The ContraBanned: #MusicUnites Showcase is one of many actions already happening around the world as more artists and presenters rally together to take a stand and speak out that they are a part of the political landscape, such as Artists Artists RISE UP New York and RISE UP Los Angeles. As a prominent purveyor of social and cultural influence, El-Far sees SXSW’s support for projects like ContraBanned as a, recognizable platform that came out symbolically to take a stand that making music accessible by bringing in artists and music from foreign areas is and should be important to us all.

    Further information on the ContraBanned: #MusicUnites Showcase can be found here.

    The industry showcase takes place at Palm Door on Sixth (508 E. 6th Street, Austin, TX) on Fri., March 17, 2017, doors at 7 p.m.

    There will be a panel discussion as well preceding the showcase:
    Fri. 3/17, 5 -6 p.m.
    Room 10B of the Austin Convention Center
    ContraBanned: Musicians and the Travel Ban
    (Will include Q & A) Moderator and Panelists TBA

    For social media:
    Instagram: @contrabannnedsx
    There will be a Facebook Live Stream!

    ContraBanned: #MusicUnites Showcase Line Up 
    Emmanuel Jal (Sudan/Canada)
    Dena Elsaffar (Iraq/U.S.)
    Bassel and the Supernaturals (Syria/U.S.)
    Mamak Khadem (Iran/U.S.)
    Mohsen Namjoo (Iran/U.S.)
    Faarrow (Somalia/Canada)
    Khaled M (Libya/U.S.)
    Ash Koosha (Iran/U.K.)
    MC: Azhar Muhammad Usman

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    Joe Williams – Feel the Sprit (1995)
    Feel the Sprit | 1995 | Telarc
    Vocal Jazz, Spirituals | FLAC (image+.cue) | 54:20 | 272 mb

    1. In the Beginning/My Lord 5:40
    2. Feel the Spirit 5:08
    3. Go Down Moses/Wade in the Water 4:46
    4. Great Camp Meeting 3:46
    5. Were You There When They Crucified My Lord 5:11
    6. Walk With Me 4:17
    7. I Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray 4:12
    8. In My Heart 3:55
    9. Little David 3:08
    10. His Eye Is on the Sparrow 5:09
    11. Pass It On 4:22
    12. The Lord's Prayer 3:31
    13. Doxology 0:39
    Joe Williams-vocals
    Marlena Shaw – vocals
    Patrice Rushen – synthesizer
    Jerry Peters -piano
    Phil Upchurch – guitar
    Abe Laboriel – bass
    Harvey Mason – drums
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    Chie Ayado – Chain of Life (2013)
    Chain of Life | 2013 | EAST HOUSE
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    1. Georgia On My Mind
    2. Fever
    3. Mr. Bojangles
    4. Stormy Monday
    5. Spinning Wheel
    6. Trouble In Mind
    7. Goodbye Pork Pie Hat
    8. God Bless America
    9. I Can't Stop Loving You
    10. Blue Skies
    11. Oleo
    12. Caravan
    13. With a Little Help From My Friends
    14. Wonderful Tonight
    15. Get Into My Life
    16. Take Me Home, Country Roads
    17. The Way We Were
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