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    Gogol Bordello - Pura Vida Conspiracy (2013) FLAC (tracks + .cue)
    Artist: Gogol Bordello | Album: Pura Vida Conspiracy | Released: 2013 | Genre: Chanson, Punk | Country: USA | Duration: 00:51:14

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    Future Islands have announced a new album called The Far Field. The follow-up to 2014’s Singles is out April 7 via 4AD. Find the tracklisting and cover art below, along with the first offering from the album, “Ran.” The Far Field has string and horn arrangements by Patrick McMinn and is the first Future Islands record to feature live drums from member Michael Lowry. Blondie’s Debbie Harry makes a guest appearance on “Shadows.”

    The band began writing the album last January, and later in the year, performed the songs at a series of secret shows under fake names. They recorded the album with producer John Congleton (Sleater-Kinney, David Byrne, St. Vincent, Cloud Nothings) in Los Angeles at Sunset Sound (where artists like the Beach Boys and Prince have recorded).


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    Matt Urmy’s new album ‘Out Of The Ashes,’ out March 31st, is a giant leap forward for the Nashville storyteller who has harnessed his weathered singing and old-school country and folk storytelling. Mary Gauthier calls Urmy “a rare poet and visionary,” and Country Standard Time says Urmy “has one of those old souls that you read about, and a big ol’ humanist heart a la John Prine.”

    ‘Out Of The Ashes’ was co-produced by the late “Cowboy” Jack Clement, the Nashville legend who helped pioneer rock ‘n’ roll at Sun Studios. The album was one of the last Cowboy sang on, and it was almost never completed. Urmy met Cowboy in 2010 when he cold-called his idol asking him to be his headliner at his 3rd & Lindsley show in Nashville. Cowboy agreed to perform at the show, and the next morning he invited Urmy to his legendary home studio, The Cowboy Arms Hotel & Recording Spa, and asked if he wanted to record an album.


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    AKTUELNO! NOVO! MODERNO!

    Malo sutra starro oko 35 godina ali PODJEDNAKO DOBRA PROGRESIVNA MUZIKA u rangu sa najvecim bendovima danasnjeg doba. Nedavno bio povratnicki koncert pa ajde i mi da obelezimo taj dogadjaj na ovaj nacin!

    LUNA NA DEMO SNIMCIMA


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    The Heliocentrics are a group for which genres are meaningless and boundaries invisible. Since first appearing on DJ Shadow’s 2006 album The Outsider the group have gone on to release a string of records that float through jazz, hip-hop, psych, krautrock, and musique concrete whilst collaborating with numerous genre heavyweights from Mulatu Astake to Gaslamp Killer and picking up prestigious fans along the way, such as Madlib and the recently departed David Axelrod.


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     :obrigado: Um dos melhores cantores da sua geração....

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    AKTUELNO! NOVO! MODERNO!

    Malo sutra starro oko 35 godina ali PODJEDNAKO DOBRA PROGRESIVNA MUZIKA u rangu sa najvecim bendovima danasnjeg doba. Nedavno bio povratnicki koncert pa ajde i mi da obelezimo taj dogadjaj na ovaj nacin!

    LUNA NA DEMO SNIMCIMA


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    “Where the River Meets the Road”, features songs from his native West Virginia. Bluegrass and Americana covers from songwriters Hazel Dickens Billy Edd Wheeler, and Bill Withers sit alongside heartfelt autobiographical originals, with help from collaborators like Chris Stapleton, Kathy Mattea, Stuart Duncan, and Noam Pikelny.


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    Matt Urmy • Out Of The Ashes Жанр : Country/Folk/Americana Страна : USA (Nashville, TN) Год издания : 2017 Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 00:37:55 Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи : нет 01.

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    Pi is no stranger to the L.A. music scene and has many fans around the world. Known for her Americana Roots/Rock style, Pi takes a little jaunt from her characteristic work with her new album and brings listeners an all acoustic project produced by the accomplished Aaron Ramsey, a respected bluegrass and roots artist and producer. What resulted from their brilliant collaboration is a vulnerable and sultry project that quickly becomes a vice for the listener.


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    Alice Peacock - Who I Am (2006)

    Artist: Alice Peacock
    Title Of Album: Who I Am
    Year Of Release: 2006
    Label (Catalog#): Peacock Music/Universal Records [B0006864-02]
    Country: United States
    Genre: Folk Rock, Adult Contemporary
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    Time: 58:10
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    Residente – Residente (2017)

    • Artist: Residente
    • Album: Residente
    • Genre: Pop, Latin
    • Released: 2017
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    • Size: 124 MB / 354 MB

    Tracklist:
    01 – Intro ADN / DNA
    02 – Somos Anormales
    03 – Interludio Entre Montañas Siberianas
    04 – Una Leyenda China
    05 – Interludio Haruna Fati
    06 – Dagombas en Tamale
    07 – Desencuentro (feat. Soko)
    08 – Guerra
    09 – Apocalíptico
    10 – La Sombra (feat. Bombino)
    11 – Milo
    12 – El Futuro Es Nuestro (feat. Goran Bregovic)
    13 – Hijos del Cañaveral
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    Η CAM Jazz, που εισάγεται στη χώρα μας από την AN MUSIC, είναι φυσικά η τζαζ ετικέτα της περίφημης ιταλικής εταιρείας CAM με τον ατέλειωτο κατάλογο, που αναπτύσσεται κατά κύματα από τις αρχές του ’60. Τέσσερα πρόσφατα CDτής CAM Jazzπαρουσιάζουμε στη συνέχεια…
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    ALESSANDRO ROSSI QUARTET: Emancipation [CAM Jazz CAMJ 3319-2, 2017]
    Ντράμερ είναι ο Alessandro Rossi έχοντας δίπλα του τον μπασίστα Andrea Lombardini, τον κιθαρίστα Massimo Imperatore και τον σαξοφωνίστα-κλαρινετίστα Massimiliano Milesi. Περαιτέρω, ο Rossi εκτός από ντράμερ είναι και ο βασικός συνθέτης του κουαρτέτου, αφού έχει γράψει τα οκτώ από τα δέκα tracks του CD (υπάρχουν και δύο διασκευές – η μία στο “Punjab” του Joe Henderson και η άλλη στο “Lithium” των Nirvana). Περαιτέρω το settingεμπλουτίζεται και από λελογισμένα εφφέ (πεντάλια για το μπάσο και την κιθάρα), που προσφέρουν και μια πιο σύγχρονη, ας το πούμε έτσι, αίσθηση-διάθεση. Αυτά ως εισαγωγή.
    Βασικά το κλίμα στο “Emancipation” είναι bop – υπάρχει δηλαδή, συχνά, μια τέτοια βάση, πάνω στην οποία χτίζονται «διάφορα» και βασικά τα σόλι των πνευστών και της κιθάρας. Πιο πέρα, αυτά τα «διάφορα» μπορεί να έχουν να κάνουν από την ποπ, μέχρι την πιο groovy jazz, ιδίως όταν ο κιθαρίστας Imperatoreαναλαμβάνει δράση. Πολύ ενδιαφέρουσα είναι και η παρουσία του κλαρίνου στο άκουσμα, όπως στο 2λεπτο “Island dreamers(reprise)”, καθώς, γενικώς, ήσυχα και πιο ζωηρά tracks εναλλάσσονται με σωστό τρόπο.
    Το “Emancipation” δεν είναι κάποιο άλμπουμ, που καινοτομεί ή προχωράει τα τζαζ πράγματα ένα τι πιο κάτω. Είναι, όμως, ένα απλό, τίμιο CD (και πολύ περιποιημένο αισθητικώς – ας το πούμε κι αυτό) προερχόμενο από παίκτες με γερές βάσεις.
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    JACOPO FERRAZZA TRIO: Rebirth [CAM Jazz CAMJ 3318-2, 2017]
    Κιθαριστικό τζαζ τρίο (Jacopo Ferrazza μπάσο, Stefano Carbonelli κιθάρα, Valerio Vantaggio ντραμς), που κινείται σε ιδιότυπους, χαλαρούς και ατμοσφαιρικούς (όπως τους λέμε) τζαζ δρόμους, προβάλλοντας ευγένεια ήχου και αισθητικήσυνέπεια. Λίγο περίεργο το άκουσμα για Ιταλούς, καθώς είναι κάπως απόμακρο (που σημαίνει πως θα ταίριαζε περισσότερο σε Βορειοευρωπαίους), αλλά ok… και χάρη δεν κάνουμε.
    Οι συνθέσεις (όλες πρωτότυπες) είναι πολύ μελετημένες και επεξεργασμένες, με τους τρεις μουσικούς να συνεργάζονται άψογα, δίχως περιαυτολογικές κινήσεις. Είναι μουσική για τρίο, αυτή στο “Rebirth”, πράγμα που σημαίνει πως δεν υπάρχει τίποτα περιττό εδώ, τίποτα που να αποσκοπεί σ’ έναν ξαφνικό εντυπωσιασμό, που θα έθετε σε κίνδυνο τη συνοχή τού γκρουπ. Έτσι, όλα εξελίσσονται με τους βραδείς εκείνους ρυθμούς, που προϋποθέτουν, πάνω απ’ όλα, σοβαρή μελέτη και πρακτική στο παρασκήνιο (πριν το στούντιο εννοώ). Συνθέσεις μεστές, χωρίς φιοριτούρες, κιθαριστική φρασελογία καθαρή και άρα ιδανική για σεμινάριο, μπάσο-ντραμς σε σφιχτούς-γερούς ρόλους, δίχως χάσματα και παλινωδίες.
    Απλά πράγματα, σ’ ένα απλό, αλλά με βάθος άλμπουμ.
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    CLAUDIO FILIPPINI: Overflying [CAM Jazz CAMJ 7906-2, 2016]
    Γεννημένος στην Πεσκάρα το 1982, ο Claudio Filippini είναι ένας ακόμη νέος πιανίστας. Τζαζ πιανίστας, που αγαπάει όμως το folklore και ακόμη την «κλασική μουσική». Έτσι, αυτά τα τρία επιχειρεί να τα συνδυάσει στο πιο πρόσφατο CD του, που τιτλοφορείται “Overflying” και που περιλαμβάνει μερικά δικά του κομμάτια, διασκευές σε συνθέσεις των Προκόφιεφ, Scarlatti, Ravel και Beethoven, και ακόμη μια εκδοχή στο παραδοσιακό καταλανικό “El noi de la mare”.
    O Filippini είναι μεγάλος… μαέστρος, καθώς το “Overflying” του πετάει! Ο ίδιος, δε, φαίνεται πως πάλλεται με πάθος και με δύναμη, και κυρίως με την αυτοπεποίθηση τού πιανίστα-μουσικού, που ξέρει να συναρπάζει με τον προσωπικό του τρόπο – και βεβαίως με το ρεπερτόριό του. Δεν ξέρω αν ο Filippini, στην πατρίδα του και γενικότερα δηλαδή, θεωρείται κάτι σαν διάδοχος του φοβερού Stefano Bollani, φαίνεται όμως να τον διακατέχουν, και αυτόν, τα ίδια εντυπωσιακά χαρακτηριστικά. Λέω «φαίνεται», καθότι τον Filippini δεν τον έχω δει live (εν αντιθέσει με τον Bollani), αν και ό,τι ακούγεται στο “Overflying” δεν δείχνει να απέχει και τόσο από το αισθητικό θαύμα.
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    ANDREA LOMBARDINI with MICHEL GODARD / EMANUELE MANISCALCO: Diminuendo [CAM Jazz CAMJ 7905-2, 2016]
    Η jazz και η ευρωπαϊκή μουσική παράδοση είναι συνδεμένες από δεκαετίες και πάνω σ’ αυτή τη βάση έχουν ηχογραφηθεί αριστουργήματα (να πω μόνο ένα που το άκουσα τα τελευταία χρόνια, το μοναδικό LP του Baroque Jazz Trio από το 1970). Στη συγκεκριμένη περίπτωση έχουμε ένα άλλο τρίο (Lombardini/ Godard/ Maniscalco), που δεν παίζει, baroque jazz, αλλά μια δική του… φανταστική τζαζ, που ενώνει τους σύγχρονους αισθητικούς πειραματισμούς με την «παλιά μουσική». Δεν είναι απλώς τα όργανα που βοηθούν, εννοείται, προς τη συγκεκριμένη κατεύθυνση (ο Lombardini χειρίζεται μακρυμάνικο λαούτο και ηλεκτρικό μπάσο, ο Godard σέρπεντ και τούμπα, ο Maniscalco πιάνο και ντραμς) είναι η γενικότερη διάθεση για ανατροπές και… προγραμματισμένο πειραματισμό, που φέρνει το “Diminuendo” στις παρυφές των αριστουργημάτων. Με λίγες διασκευές, όπως εκείνη στο “Feed the birds” των Sherman Brothers από τη “Mary Poppins” ή στο παραδοσιακό σκωτσέζικο “Balulalow” (που έχουν πει η Sandy Denny, η Loreena McKennitt και ο Sting μεταξύ άλλων), και με συνθέσεις που ακροβατούν ανάμεσα σ’ έναν εστέτ ρομαντικό μελωδισμό και στις ελαφρές «ακρότητες», που φανερώνουν και την εξοικείωση των μουσικών (ιδίως του Godard) στον δημιουργικό αυτοσχεδιασμό, το “Diminuendo” έχει τον τρόπο να σε απογειώνει συν τω χρόνω.
    Δεν ξέρω αν η λέξη “jazz” κολλάει και πολύ εδώ, αλλά κολλάνε πολλά άλλα… κάτι που, εν τέλει, είναι εξ ίσου σημαντικό.

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    Originally titled February, Osgood Perkins’ debut film was a festival hit in 2015 and has now been picked up for wider distribution by A24 under a new title, The Blackcoat’s Daughter. The film is a bleakly desolate slow burn, harkening back to such classics as Rosemary’s Baby & Let’s Scare Jessica to Death with its brooding atmosphere and emphasis on perpetual unease and dread rather than jump scares. It’s a remarkable debut, signalling the arrival of a real talent.
    The soundtrack was written by Elvis Perkins (Osgood’s younger brother, who released the critically acclaimed albums Ash Wednesday & Dearland). Here he has created a dark eerie masterpiece that fuses classic 1970’s horror soundtrack tropes with his traditional folk roots. Forgoing synth work for traditional instruments and an experimental atonal vibe, it’s beguiling, otherworldly, and not of its time, which is exactly why it sounds so vital right now. This soundtrack is a rare beast indeed, uninterested in instant gratification and providing an easy one shot listen; this is a score to be savoured and poured over many times.


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    Whiteout Conditions is the upcoming seventh studio album by Canadian indie rock band The New Pornographers. It is slated for release on April 7, 2017, and is the first album not to feature singer-songwriter Dan Bejar


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    MogaDisco is a London-based collective of four young DJs with a shared passion for classic African dance music—Afrobeat, highlife, soukous, jùjú and more. Since they started throwing parties in South London in 2013, they’ve carved out a niche for themselves in the capital and have brought their sounds to dance floors throughout England and as far as Brussels, Hamburg and Accra. As they prepare to celebrate their fourth anniversary, the crew brings us an exclusive mix of music from across sub-Saharan Africa, warming up with a selection of songs by some great female vocalists before bringing up the energy to give us a taste of what a MogaDisco party might sound like at peak hour.

    Afropop staff writer Alejandro Van Zandt-Escobar caught up via email with MogaDisco DJs Folayemi and Kaspar to learn more about the group’s history and forthcoming projects.

    MogaDisco’s fourth anniversary party takes place on April 16 at the Jazz Cafe in London.


    4TH-BDAY-4

    Alejandro Van Zandt-Escobar: Chances are most of our readers on this side of the Atlantic haven’t yet been to a MogaDisco party. Tell us about your crew and what you do.

    Kaspar: We started MogaDisco parties because we were confident that other people would enjoy the old-school African tunes that bound us as friends, but also because of a dearth of quality club nights in our part of town. The first was four years back in Deptford, South London, in a matchbox club with a small stash of records and MP3s. Since then we’ve built up a significant library specializing in pre-’90s African music, consciously taking a broad approach as a way to introduce our audience to a wide range of music.

    Folayemi: We’ve played sets all over in London, Manchester, Liverpool, Bristol, Brussels, Hamburg and Accra, most of which are outward-looking port towns connected to the wider world through their waterways. Beyond parties we make themed mixes, have screened documentaries with a focus on African music, and we were recently published in collaboration with Between the Borders.

    Scene from a MogaDisco party. © Igbinoba / Loftin

    © Igbinoba / Loftin

    What about your personal connection to this music? Where are all of you from, and how has this music become part of your lives?

    Folayemi: Two of us—me and Bosa—are Nigerian British and growing up with the likes of King Sunny Ade, Sir Shina Peters, Fela, Sir Victor Uwaifo gave us a head start. I lent Kaspar my prized Shina Peters tape over 10 years ago, and he tells me he borrowed a classic Victor Uwaifo off Bosa too. I guess that set him on his path!

    Jack met Kas and Bosa up at university in Manchester and we adopted him as an honorary South Londoner when he moved down. Jack’s dad is big on African music so you could say it’s in his genes too.

    You’re in the U.K., playing music from another continent that was for the most part made decades ago. Who comes out to hear this music? Do you see many people who were around when this music was contemporary, or grew up with it through their parents? Or do you mostly see a demographic with little direct connection?

    Folayemi: Most of our crowd is young but we always have a sprinkling of seasoned party-goers—including our parents—which is nice to see. Part of the reason we have held daytime events is to allow the “aunties” and “uncles” to enjoy their music too. My mum was certainly shocked when she saw how people of all creeds and color were getting down at Moga.

    Scene from a MogaDisco party. © Igbinoba / Loftin

    © Igbinoba / Loftin

    Kaspar: Our film screenings have had an even more diverse range, and it’s generally a more mature feel. We also see our mixes as a space where people who are less comfortable clubbing can still engage with the music. My brother told me that his friend’s Dad plays our mixes all the time!

    I’ve recently seen Brian Shimkovitz (Awesome Tapes from Africa) billed alongside big name DJs who don’t share his African music focus (e.g. Tim Sweeney, Roman Flugel, Egyptian Lover). I’ve found it interesting to see how promoters and audiences feel comfortable juxtaposing his sound alongside more mainstream aspects of Western dance music culture (house/techno/disco). What do you think of this, and how do you see MogaDisco fitting into the wider dance music scene in the U.K.?

    Kaspar: It’s interesting and has definitely become more apparent in the last year or two. When we first started we didn’t envision the music we play featuring alongside some of artists you have mentioned. Because we started our own club night we weren’t looking to and didn’t need to (or maybe couldn’t have) attached ourselves to existing scenes in the U.K.. As a result we had to carve our own little space, largely supported by friends and then a growing fan base.

    More recently we have been approached for sets at club nights where other rooms are playing the kinds of genres you mention above. In terms of tempo, house music etc. is not too dissimilar to some of the stuff we play so it can fit. Although, there are definitely too many dodgy “edits” of classic African tunes! We agree to these sets on certain conditions, most importantly if we can see that there will be some cohesion between us and the other artists on the bill. We have had to turn things down when the shoehorning is too great!

    In terms of the wider scene it’s hard to grasp where we fit in because we are the planners of most our shows and therefore not reliant on promoters.

    Coming up on your four-year anniversary party, have you seen attitudes and tastes towards classic African music evolve in this respect since you launched?

    Folayemi: Maybe we have answered this a bit above, but yes most definitely. If anything the success of our club nights is testament to the growing interest in the music. When we first started we played to maybe 150 people, last New Year’s Eve in Belgium there were 900 people in the club! So clearly this era of African music is no longer niche.

    Kaspar: There are more labels reissuing albums now, although one prolific label (PMG Records) seems to have caused some major controversy. More hip-hop producers are sampling African music and lately in London it seems like there is an African music club night springing up every month or so. I think it’s fair to say that classic African music is having somewhat of a renaissance right now.

    I’ve noticed that your work has started to extend beyond club nights—a DJ set at the Late at Tate and a film series at Deptford Cinema. Do your audiences at these events overlap with those at your dance parties? How does your DJ work fit into wider ideas of promoting African music culture?

    Folayemi: From the beginning it has never just been about making people dance to obscure African music (although we of course take a lot of pride in that). Other than well-known artists like Fela Kuti, the Africa music aesthetic has been dominated by the “world” label which has presented a certain type of African music to the Western world. I think that the music we play challenges this image. The narrative of Africa (in the West) has been dominated by negative and stereotypical images and subversively we have been presenting a different version of Africa to our audiences.

    Last year we made a trip to Ghana, with our Moga savings, to visit Professor John Collins (who I know you guys have interviewed) and understand more about one of the most significant genres of the era we play: Highlife.

    Kaspar: Our film nights at Deptford Cinema have been a way for us to engage with audiences in a more reflective space, and to explore a specific genre of music in a more academic way. We have invited speakers and musicians to come and share their knowledge and experiences. There is some overlap in audiences and I think these people appreciate that we are trying to explore African music in a deeper way. Ideally we want them to come with us on that journey.

    Scene from a MogaDisco party. © Igbinoba / Loftin

    © Igbinoba / Loftin

    We know you have your four-year anniversary party coming up. What other projects do you have on the horizon?

    We’ve just started a four-month residency with Worldwide FM, where we’ll be sharing some of our collection. Next week we’ll be supporting Belgian-Congolese rapper Baloji on April 4 in London.

    Our fourth birthday is on April 16 at the Jazz Cafe, a venue that has welcomed some great artists over the years so we are excited to be gracing the stage there. There are still tickets available for this so any U.K.-based Afropop readers—we look forward to meeting you!

    We have some future dates fixed for London, including another show in Elephant and Castle and one at Brilliant Corners. Beyond this we’re heading to South Africa at the end of the year to do some research and also play a few shows. More long term we are planning something special in West Africa.

    Four years has been a blessing, we just want to continue learning and sharing with our audience.

    Catch our mixes at: www.mogadisco.co.uk

    Tickets for the Fourth Birthday party can be found here: https://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?937053

     


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    Somi – Petite Afrique (2017)

    • Artist: Somi
    • Album: Petite Afrique
    • Genre: Jazz, World Music
    • Released: 2017
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    • Size: 121 MB / 270 MB

    Tracklist:
    01 – Disappearing Act I
    02 – Alien
    03 – Black Enough
    04 – The Wild One
    05 – They’re Like Ghosts
    06 – The Gentry (feat. Aloe Blacc)
    07 – Kadiatou the Beautiful
    08 – Holy Room
    09 – Disappearing Act II
    10 – Let Me
    11 – BLUE
    12 – Go Back to Your Country (Interlude)
    13 – Like Dakar
    14 – Midnight Angels
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    Cory Branan / Adios Жанр : Folk, Alt-Country, Singer-Songwriter Страна исполнителя (группы) : США Год издания : 2017 Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 00:52:56 Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи : нет Треклист : 01.

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    Tim O'Brien (Timothy Page O'Brien) Жанр : Country, Bluegrass, Contemporary Folk Год выпуска диска : 1978-2017 Страна : March 16, 1954-, Wheeling, West Virginia, USA Аудио кодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 211-320 kbps Продолжительность : 20:16:56 Albums: 01.

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