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- 03/15/17--12:23: _VARIOUS ARTISTS 196...
- 03/15/17--12:27: _09-03-17 mestizaje
- 03/15/17--12:31: _Gnawa Festival Tour...
- 03/15/17--13:08: _Ronald Bruner Jr. T...
- 03/15/17--13:09: _(Fado) Aldina Duart...
- 03/15/17--14:27: _Noam Pikelny - Univ...
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- 03/15/17--14:31: _Young Paris EP Rele...
- 03/15/17--15:08: _Spoon – Hot Thought...
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- 03/15/17--15:28: _HARRY BELAFONTE - C...
- 03/15/17--15:28: _Rachael Kilgour - R...
- 03/15/17--11:08: Fendika Birabiro
- 03/15/17--11:08: Ogoya Nengo And The Dodo Women’s Group On Mande
- 03/15/17--11:25: VA-Attitude Zouk Vol 1-WEB-FR-2017-AZF
- 03/15/17--12:20: François Valery - Mon pote le D.J - Reconstruction.
- 03/15/17--12:23: VARIOUS ARTISTS 196_ The leading ladies of jazz
- 03/15/17--12:27: 09-03-17 mestizaje
- 03/15/17--12:31: Gnawa Festival Tour in New York City
- 03/15/17--13:08: Ronald Bruner Jr. Triumph
- 03/15/17--14:27: Noam Pikelny - Universal Favorite (2017) [HDtracks]
- 03/15/17--14:31: Young Paris EP Release Party
- 03/15/17--15:08: Spoon – Hot Thoughts (2017)
- 03/15/17--15:23: VARIOUS ARTISTS 196_ The leading ladies of jazz
- 03/15/17--15:28: HARRY BELAFONTE - Calypso (1956) (US 2013 Audio Fidelity • AFZ 138)
- 03/15/17--15:28: Rachael Kilgour - Rabbit in the Road (2017)
(Terp Records, 2016)
Ogoya Nengo And The Dodo Women’s Group
Title: Attitude Zouk Vol 1
Bitrate: 320 Kbps
Size: 116.7 MB
01. Tayron – C’est quoi les bailles (3:24)
02. Belinda Wil – Freedom (3:39)
03. Stefany – Nouvelle chance (Femmes de cur) (3:38)
04. Iron G – Week-end special (3:59)
05. Lyta – J’ai pas les mots (4:05)
06. Whyley – Nouvelle vie (3:32)
07. Beoty – Le voisin (4:20)
08. Foxy Dana – Femme libre (5:06)
09. Patrick Andrey – Trouble en pense (5:20)
10. Patrick Andrey – Taxes (5:11)
11. Stefany – Mon ile (4:16)
12. Tayron – Pardonne-moi (3:43)
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Livingston Taylor Жанр : Folk-Rock, Soft Rock, Gospel, Singer/Songwriter Год выпуска диска : 1970-2010 Страна : November 21, 1950-, Boston, Massachusetts, United States Аудио кодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 256-320 kbps Продолжительность : 07:50:29 Albums: 01.
Country Music Jamboree Жанр : Country Страна исполнителя (группы) : USA Год издания : 1958 Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : Vinyl Rip tracks Битрейт аудио : VBR 208 - 238 kbps Продолжительность : 00:33:11 Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи : да 01.
NICE LITTLE BUT POWERFUL cassette with old jazz music including female vocalists from over the world, cassette found on some flea market in Belgrade, just for you!
Programa “Mestizaje” Edición día 09-03-2017 Duración : 120 minutos (World music- folk-traditional-etc)
Program “Mestizaje” Edition day 09-03-2017 Time : 120 minutes (World music- folk-traditional-etc
1. Jerez Texas-España 2016- Clar de Lluna-Booking Management Jerez Texas ( 3 temas)
2. Pepe Cantó-España 2016- Vida-Picap( 2 temas)
3. Datzar Trio- España 2016- Les Hores- Dantzar Trio Music ( 2 temas)
4. Rafa M Guillen- España 2017- Excited Sounds- SedaJazz Records ( 2 temas)
5. Ramon Cardo & The Nyora Boppers- España 2016-Introducing-- SedaJazz Records ( 2 temas)
6. Alenky- España 2016- Through The Looking Glass-Alenky Produccion ( 4 temas)
7. Chano Dominguez- España 2017- Over the Rainbow-Karonte Distribuciones
8. Seydu-Sierra Leona 2016- Sadaka-The Gift- FolMusica ( 3 temas)
9. Richard Bona-Camerún 2016- Mankekan cubano- “Heritage”- Karonte Distribuciones ( 3 temas)
Gnawa (or Gnaoua), is a musical and spiritual lifeblood of Morocco. The origins of this trance-inducing music are with the people, also referred to as Gnawa, taken to Morocco as slaves from the Sahel beginning in the 12th century. Although enslavement stripped them of liberty, they kept their musical knowledge and animistic traditions, which eventually morphed into Gnawa, only in recent decades recognized as a central part of Morocco’s cultural heritage. One can hear traces of these origins by listening to music made by hunters (donsow) in Mali. Gnawa music is made with the three-string guembri (akin to a larger, deeper version of Mali’s ngoni), played by the maalem (master) and hypnotic, rhythm-keeping metal qraqeb (similar to large castanets). In Morocco, Gnawa is something of a national music, maintained in a more traditional form by maalems and blended with globalized music like rock, reggae and hip-hop to create some beautiful, contemporary Moroccan sounds (e.g. the band Hoba Hoba Spirit). Since the early 20th century, Gnawa has been gaining recognition beyond North Africa, from Jamaican-American writer Claude McKay’s promotion of the music during the Harlem Renaissance, to the many jazz and blues musicians who have been inspired since, like Randy Weston, Ornette Coleman, Peter Gabriel and Robert Plant.
This week, Gnawa comes to New York City. In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the world-renowned Gnawa and World Music Festival in Essaouira, Morocco, the musicians are embarking on a “Gnawa World Tour.” The tour kicks off at the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center on Thurs., March 16, with the U.S. debuts of renowned Maalem Hamid El Kasri and Maalem Abdeslam Alikkane, joined by NYC-based Maalem Hassan Ben Jaafer. This performance, which is assured to be an excellent one, is free to all, but seating is limited and available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
There’s more! In case you miss the show at Lincoln Center, on Fri., March 17, there will be a free concert at the New School featuring traditional Gnawa from Maalem Abdeslam Alikkane. The next day, March 18, there will be a performance in Washington, DC featuring the same Gnawa masters, Maalem Hamid El Kasri and Maalem Abdelslam Alikkane, joined by Afghan singer and composer Humayun Khan and Iranian guitarist Shahin Shahida for an evening of cross-cultural collaboration. Closing out a busy weekend, the Gnawa masters will be back in Brooklyn on March 19 for a Gnawa-jazz fusion concert at Pioneer Works in Red Hook. The maalems will be joined by rock drummer Will Calhoun and musicians Marcus Strickland, Marc Cary and Jamaaladeen Tacuma.
Following these performances, on Mon., March 20, the New School will be hosting “Marhaba: An Introduction to Moroccan Gnawa Music.” The event features a panel discussion led by moderator Meera Dugal and local Gnawa musician Samir Langus of Innov Gnawa, joined by panelists Hisham Aidi, an ethnomusicologist and political scientist, journalist and ethnomusicologist Tom Pryor, and Marc Cary, renowned jazz pianist and Chair of Jazz Improvisation at the Juilliard School. They’ll explore Gnawa–its history, connections to jazz, and the global impact of the Gnawa Festival in Essaouira. There will also be a brief performance by NYC’s own Innov Gnawa, and an exhibition of photographs from Gnawa Festival taken by Sabir El Mouakil. Moroccan refreshments will be provided. This event is also free.
At Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn, eminent jazz pianist and composer Randy Weston will be giving a lecture and demonstration about the influence of various African musics in his work, particularly Moroccan Gnawa and Senegalese styles. He’ll be joined by Maalem Hassan Ben Jaafer, Innov Gnawa and several artists from Senegal. This event was slated for March 15, but postponed until further notice due to the weather.
Words from the co-organizer of the U.S. leg of the Gnawa Festival Tour, Meera Dugal: “Having followed and presented artists from the growing international and New York City-based Gnawa music community, we wanted to go to the source and spotlight some of the greatest practitioners of this vibrant, hypnotic music, which has taken its place as a recognized national music of Morocco. It’s an honor for Lincoln Center to partner with the celebrated Gnaoua Festival which has championed this important music—in its ancient and contemporary expressions—for the past 20 years.” We hope we’ll see you there for these historic events!
Ronald Bruner Jr.
(World Galaxy Records, 2017)
Aldina Duarte (Aldina Maria Miguel Duarte) Жанр : Fado Год выпуска диска : 2004-2011 Страна : July 22, 1967-, Lisboa, Portugal- Аудио кодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 192-320 kbps Продолжительность : 2:33:08 Albums: 01.
Title Of Album: Universal Favorite
Year Of Release: 2017
Label: New Rounder Records
Country: United States
Genre: Country, Bluegrass
Quality: FLAC (tracks,digital booklet)
Bitrate: Lossless [96kHz/24bit]
Full Size: 748 mb
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On the 60th occasion of Ghana’s independence anniversary, March 6, 1957, our continuing series “Best of The Beat on Afropop” shines a spotlight on E.T. Mensah, Ghana’s King of Highlife, with a reprint of a record and book review by Gary Stewart from 1987. Gary details the career of Mensah and his seminal dance band the Tempos, along with a brief outline of West African highlife history.
The album under discussion here, the very first released by RetroAfric, is titled All For You: Classic Highlife Recordings From the 1950s. It compiles many of Mensah’s greatest highlife classics, in particular his signature song, “All For You,” with which he greeted Louis Armstrong on his visit to Accra in 1956. It is reported that “Armstrong immediately recognized this as the tune of a Creole song he used to hear in New Orleans half a century ago.”
The book, by noted African music scholar John Collins, is entitled E.T. Mensah: King of Highlife.
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On March 24, Young Paris is due to drop an eight-track EP titled Afrobeats. The Congolese-American musician has been ascending to new heights, recently crowned with a record deal with Jay Z’s Roc Nation label. Young Paris has been something of a connector; building bridges between the American music industry and those dominating the airwaves across Africa, particular that of Nigeria.
From his home base in New York, he’s been crafting a sound that can find love no matter where it travels, blending Afrobeats with trap, hip-hop and dance music. He’s also come out with collaborations with big names in Nigerian Afrobeats, like Reekado Banks from Mavin Records and Tiwa Savage (who recently left Mavin and also signed to Roc Nation). The appropriately named Afrobeats EP will be the latest in his discography. For those who want a piece of the action, Young Paris will be hosting an EP release party at SOB’s on Thurs., March 16. Check out all the info on that here.
Like the rest of the abundantly creative Badila family, Young Paris carries on the legacy of his late father, Andre Elombe Badila. The elder Badila cofounded the first National Ballet of the Congo and later started the Diata Diata International Folkloric Theater with his wife in Hudson, NY. Several of Young Paris’ siblings are musicians and dancers, appearing in his live shows and music videos as he contributes to theirs (like this Young Paris-directed music video for his sister’s group, Lady Moon and the Eclipse).
If you can’t make it to the party, keep an eye out for the EP on Young Paris’ Soundcloud page.
Whether you think Arcade Fire’s Reflektor was great or not (and I’ve thought it was both at different junctures), it was hard to deny that it was a stretch. The gawky Montreal sextet won an Album of the Year Grammy and henceforth decided to act like U2, reapplying for the best band in the blogosphere or whatnot. So like U2, this bunch of earnest indie rockers tried to make dance music signify at a time when artists of all types were doing just that. But none so self-consciously. Anyway, four years later, whether you thought Reflektor was great or not, it wasn’t much of a Big Statement, and for a band like Arcade Fire, that can seem like a failure on its own.
Spoon has succeeded alongside Arcade Fire during about the same time period for completely opposite reasons: They don’t have any Big Statements. “Small Stakes” has been their thing in name since 2002 and in reality since their last Matador album, their first. Britt Daniel’s certainly one of the luckiest guys in indie-rock; he’s consistently well-reviewed and has hit Billboard’s Top Ten a couple times without so much as a “Float On”-sized crossover moment. “The Way We Get By”, “I Turn My Camera On”, “The Underdog”, and “Do You” were always present in the room during their respective years, but they never dominated the conversation, which is kind of the secret to how he has stayed in the conversation. He has a knack for writing tunes that teeter on the brink of the memory, less with a dynamite piano hook than a plinking reminder of his presence. The ghost of him lingers.
So Spoon’s ninth album, Hot Thoughts, is a natural fit for someone who could do Reflektor a lot more naturally because his sly avoidance of the center of the hypestorm (and his sly vocal attack) makes just about anything sound natural. “I Turn My Camera On” was unironic falsetto funk before How to Dress Well, Autre Ne Veut, or any of these new-jack over-expressors got their pasty hands on it; 2007’s Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga brought in Motown horns without any loss of drollness.
The bigger story with Hot Thoughts isn’t its funk-rock, though; it’s the complete abdication of minimalism. Every Spoon album since 2001 has featured a handful-too-many tunes built around one or two chords despite plenty of moments like “The Underdog” or “I Summon You” where Daniel’s grooveful chord-threading could pass for honest-to-god songwriting. But with Dave Fridmann (Tame Impala, Sleater-Kinney) at the helm, there’s not one single track here that rests on tempered repetition; every song bursts out of its box with dizzying Technicolor touches and unexpected noises or inside-out harmonies. And with the sexy title track and first single upfront, it’s tempting to call this the band’s fun album. It’s certainly less self-conscious about its vampy experimentalism than Arcade Fire was, or Beck’s Midnite Vultures for that matter.
One winner, “First Caress” is disco-rock carved from the rhythmic granite they’ve been employing as a bottom for years now, with an avant-piano meltdown in the middle to gleefully signal Daniel letting loose like he did banging his instrument on the underrated Transference’s calling card “Written in Reverse”. Another surefire hit to join the somewhat undervalued advance singles “Hot Thoughts” and “Can I Sit Next to You” is the stomping “Do I Have to Talk You into It”, which sounds like Nine Inch Nails’ “Closer” if it was arranged by Allen Toussaint. These kinds of guileless bangers fill the first half with appropriately hot beats if not thoughts, simply because Britt Daniel’s never made much of a campaign to let us know what he’s thinking. But he’s sonically spreading his wings like never before; the vibraphone- and steel-drum-flecked “Pink Up” may be the longest Spoon song, and “WhisperI’lllistentohearit” has a goddamn tempo change.
The second half is more dicey, in the sense that it plays like they rolled one. “I Ain’t the One” is a ghostly ballad over a gated Linn drum, “Shotgun” tries for Talking Heads arena-funk but sounds exactly like The Decemberists’ “The Perfect Crime #2”, and final hot thought “Us” is five minutes of instrumental jazz. All of these are fun, surprising left turns for a band to take when they’re trying to get away from themselves, even if none of them will really stick in the memory when Hot Thoughts isn’t playing. As they sang on the last album’s “Knock Knock Knock”, “If you miss the meaning this time/ Well, here comes another one.”
That’s the sword Britt Daniel lives and dies by, though: By never making a Big Statement, even his best records consign themselves to the margins lest he enter the mystery zone of a legitimate pop album or something. Thus, his big statement is his Body of Work, of which every fine part adds up to a greater sum. Here comes another one.
Andrew Carter • Andrew Carter Жанр : Country/Rock/Americana Страна : USA (Nashville, TN) Год издания : 2016 Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 00:41:38 Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи : нет 01.
Sally & George • Tip My Heart Жанр : Country/Folk/Americana Страна : USA (Nashville, TN) Год издания : 2017 Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 00:38:07 Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи : нет 01.
NICE LITTLE BUT POWERFUL cassette with old jazz music including female vocalists from over the world, cassette found on some flea market in Belgrade, just for you!
Filed under: America, Bolivia, BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINIA, Brasil
Performer: HARRY BELAFONTE
Album / collection: Calypso
Series: Audio Fidelity SACD™ –
Label / country: ⒸⓅ 1956, 2013 RCA | Audio Fidelity. Made in USA.
Source: Rip by KoGGaN™ scans by inet...
Official DR value: DR12*
Catalog (Barcode): AFZ 138 (7 80014 21382 4)
Genre / Style: Pop, Reggae, Vocal
Year (info): 1956 (Re-issue 2013, Re-mastered, SACD, Hybrid, Limited Edition)
Format: WV (image + .cue)
Covers: in archive
Amount of tracks: 11
Total time: 32:19
Size RAR: ~ 247 mb
Password / Пароль : 1965
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