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  • 04/24/17--01:57: Incubus – 8 (2017)
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    Alternative Rock | Label: Island Records

    Tracklist:
    01. No Fun
    02. Nimble Bastard (New Mix)
    03. State Of The Art
    04. Glitterbomb
    05. Undefeated
    06. Loneliest
    07. When I Became A Man
    08. Familiar Faces
    09. Love In A Time Of Surveillance
    10. Make No Sound In The Digital Forest
    11. Throw Out The Map
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    Electro Swing, Jazz | Label: Etage Noir Recordings

    Tracklist:
    01. The Burning Spider (feat. Lightnin Hopkins)
    02. Step Two (feat. Lilja bloom)
    03. Soul Fever Blues (feat. Muddy Waters)
    04. Everything Of My Heart
    05. My Man (feat. Lightnin Hopkins)
    06. All Grown Up (feat. Anduze)
    07. Mama Talking (feat. Stuff Smith)
    08. State Of The Union (feat. Anduze)
    09. Beauty Mark (feat. Anduze)
    10. Cuba Libre (feat. Mildred Bailey)
    11. Black Coffee
    12. The Ride
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    The Suitcase Junket is the name of this Rusty Belle member’s side project. Featuring a suitcase bass drum with washboard underfoot, a hi-hat and an old gas can rigged up to a foot pedal and a beat-up junker guitar saved from the trash, Lorenz’s instruments are the product of crafty, heartfelt salvaging.


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    Τυπική ροκ μπάντα από την Αθήνα –και μην το πάρετε σώνει και καλά ως μειωτικό το «τυπική»–, οι Whereswilder έχουν καινούριο LP, τρία χρόνια μετά το “Yearling”, το οποίο είναι ηχογραφημένο για την Inner Ear. Το γκρουπ αποτελούν οι Γιάννης Ράλλης φωνή, κιθάρες, πιάνο, πλήκτρα, μαντολίνο, Βασίλης Νισόπουλος φωνή, μπάσο, πλήκτρα, Αλέκος Βουλγαράκης κιθάρες, μαντολίνο, πιάνο και Μανώλης Γιαννίκιος ντραμς, κρουστά, ενώ από κοντά βρίσκονται και τέσσερις επιπλέον μουσικοί σε πλήκτρα, τσέλο και φωνητικά σε διάφορα tracks.
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    Ακούγοντας το Hotshot [Inner Ear, 2017] νοιώθω κάπως… Μάλλον ευχάριστα, αν και θα ήθελα να νοιώθω ακόμη πιο ευχάριστα… Θέλω να πω πως οι Whereswilder παίζουν ένα ροκ, χωρίς μία εκ των προτέρων προωθητική δύναμη. Πρέπει ν’ αποδείξουν δηλαδή πως  αξίζουν, ασκούμενοι σ’ ένα στυλ που δεν διατρέχεται από κάποιο hip, και που δεν έχει σώνει και καλά την έξωθεν καλή μαρτυρία, όπως το… garage, η ψυχεδέλεια, ή το progressive (και οι κλώνοι τους). Και ποιο είναι αυτό το rock; Ένα rock αρκούντως αμερικανικό, με μπροστά τις κιθάρες, στηριγμένο στο δυνατό ρυθμικό τμήμα και στα γερά φωνητικά. Όχι, τα φωνητικά δεν είναι πάντα γερά, αλλά τέλος πάντων… Ούτε και το ροκ εξάλλου είναι πάντοτε αμερικανικό, αφού ενίοτε ανιχνεύονται και κάποια βρετανικά glam-rock στοιχεία τύπου T. Rex (ακόμη και η φωνή φέρνει στη μνήμη μου Marc Bolan) σε τραγούδια όπως το “Keep me rollin’”. Βεβαίως κι εκεί υπάρχει μιαν επέκταση στις πενιές οπότε το όλον πράγμα μάλλον, επί το αμερικανικότερον, ισορροπεί.
    Υπάρχουν πάντως και άλλου τύπου κομμάτια στο “Hotshot”, όπως το “This feeling” για παράδειγμα και το “What you need” που είναι από τα καλύτερα του LPκαι που δείχνουν τις αληθινές δυνατότητες των Whereswilder.
    Εγώ θα πρότεινα στο γκρουπ να βαρύνει τα φωνητικά του και να δώσει κι άλλο χώρο στην κιθάρα (μέσα, πάντα, σ’ αυτό το τρίλεπτο/τετράλεπτο πλαίσιο), αφαιρώντας ίσως και τα πιο ποπ στοιχεία. Βεβαίως, τότε, θα είναι ένα άλλο γκρουπ… Αλλά, να μη νομιστεί πως δεν απαιτούνται κι άλλα, και άλλου τύπου, βήματα για μια ολοκληρωτική μετακύλιση των Whereswilder προς το glam.
    Δεν ξέρω… εκείνοι θ’ αποφασίσουν. Αλλά, ας αποφασίσουν.
    Επαφή: www.inner-ear.gr

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    Taylor Swift - We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together (NHK SONGS 2014) Жанр : Bubblegum pop Продолжительность : 00:03:14 Год выпуска : 2014 Качество : HDTV Разрешение видео/развертка : 1080i Контейнер : TS Видео кодек : MPEG2 Аудио кодек : AAC Видео : 1440x1080 (16:9), 13,6 Mbit, 29,970 fps Аудио : AAC, 256 Kbps, 2 ch, 48 KHz Code: Выделить всё Общее Идентификатор                            : 32736 (0x7FE0) Полное имя                               : K:\VIDEO\Video-Clips\Taylor Swift - WANEGBT - NHK SONGS 2014 HDTV 1080i.

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    Various Artists - Celtic Swoon Жанр : Classical, Celtic, World Страна исполнителя (группы) : All World Год издания : 2017 Издатель (лейбл) : ABC Classics Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 02:07:32 Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи : нет Треклист : 01.

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    Poor Man's Whiskey / Dark Side of the Moonshine (2CD) Жанр : Bluegrass, Blues, Folk, World, Country Лейбл : Poor Man's Whiskey Год издания : 2013 Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 01:36:28 Треклист : CD 1 - Dark Side Продолжительность: 00:43:12 01.

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    160 kbps | 261 MB | LINKS

    Track listing:

    01. Tony Bennett – I Guess I’ll Have to Change My Plan (1:43)
    02. Frank Sinatra – September of My Years (3:15)
    03. Arthur Prysock – I Could Have Told You (1954) (3:46)
    04. Tony Bennett – Once Upon a Time (3:00)
    05. Lena Horne – Stormy Weather (1943) (3:24)
    06. Bob Crewe – This Nearly Was Mine (2:19)
    07. Patti Page – That Old Feeling (3:05)
    08. Frank Sinatra – It Gets Lonely Early (2:58)
    09. Sarah Vaughan – My One and Only Love (2:50)
    10. Bing Crosby – Trade Winds (3:15)
    11. The Harry James Orchestra – Braggin’ (2:57)
    12. Dooley Wilson – As Time Goes By (3:02)
    13. Dean Martin – Imagination (3:16)
    14. Ella Fitzgerald – How Deep Is the Ocean (3:10)
    15. Billie Holiday – P.S. I Love You (3:38)
    16. Sarah Vaughan – The Best Is yet to Come (3:01)
    17. Bing Crosby – But Beautiful (2:44)
    18. Peggy Lee – Here’s That Rainy Day (2:47)
    19. Bobby Darin – Where Is the One? (3:28)
    20. Frank Sinatra – There’s a Flaw in My Flue (2:41)
    21. Johnny Mathis – Day in, Day Out (2:10)
    22. Frank Sinatra – I Couldn’t Sleep a Wink Last Night (3:26)
    23. Ella Fitzgerald – Sentimental Journey (3:18)
    24. Tommy Sands – Somewhere Along the Way (2:30)
    25. Peggy Lee – When the World Was Young (3:18)
    26. Billie Holiday – These Foolish Things (3:36)
    27. Sarah Vaughan – You Go to My Head (4:54)
    28. Nat King Cole – Stardust (3:16)
    29. Dinah Shore – It’s Funny to Everyone but Me (2:13)
    30. Johnny Hartman – Why Was I Born? (2:50)
    31. Tony Martin – I Guess I’ll Have to Change My Plan (1960) (2:39)
    32. Mel Torme – I Could Have Told You (1:36)
    33. Etta James – Stormy Weather (3:10)
    34. Johnny Mathis – My One and Only Love (1957) (3:40)
    35. June Christy – Imagination (1957) (3:15)
    36. The Coasters – But Beautiful (1960) (2:49)
    37. Duke Ellington and His Orchestra – Day in, Day Out (1956) (3:52)
    38. Julie London – Sentimental Journey (1960) (2:27)
    39. Sheila Jordan – When the World Was Young (1962) (4:44)
    40. Frank Sinatra – These Foolish Things (1945) (3:08)


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    Peter Bradley Adams needed to solve a generational quandary. Is it possible that the regrets of our fathers, and our father’s fathers, are passed down along the line, saddling us with problems we didn’t create? Adams went about testing this theory by writing a song from the point of view of his grandfather, whose own dad left the picture when he was very young.

    Finger-picked guitar, subtle banjo, and a dobro ease through “A Face Like Mine,” while Adams sings sweetly about his family’s own history. In fact, the single cover features Adams’s grandfather and great-grandfather. Coincidentally, the photo was taken just 200 yards from the songwriter’s current home in Nashville, a fact unbeknownst to Adams until after doing some research.

    “I wrote this song while I was India,” Adams tells No Depression. “I was thinking a lot about the possibility that personal traumas can get passed down through generations… that we can unknowingly feel the effects of something that happened generations before us. But it’s also a song about forgiveness.”

    A Face Like Mine, Adams’s sixth studio record, drops April 21.


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    Various - The Newport Folk Festival, 1960, Vol. 2 presenting Bob Gibson, Dick Rosmini, Herb Brown, Bob Camp, Cisco Houston, Ed McCurdy, Peggy Seeger, Ewan MacColl, Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs And The Foggy Mountain Boys Recorded on Location June 24/26, 1960 http://uploads.

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    Various - The Newport Folk Festival, 1960, Vol. 1 presenting Pete Seeger, Oscar Brand, John Lee Hooker, Alan Mills, Jean Carignan, Tom Makem, Bill Lee, Eric Weisberg, Jimmy Driftwood, The New Lost City Ramblers Recorded on Location June 24/26, 1960 http://uploads.

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    Location: Watu Hadang, East Sumba

    Sound: Jungga (also known as jungga Humba) as played by Hina Ranjataka

    [This is part two in the Sumba Strings series. To get the full scoop on Sumbanese jungga, read part one first.]

    East Sumba was like a whole other world. 

    For most folks, myself included, the word “Indonesia” conjures up images of lush green jungle, white sand beaches, and perfect volcanoes thrusting through clouds. But here we were, driving our motorbikes down the coastal road of East Sumba, and the land that stretched out on either side of the road was nothing but dry, barren savannah. The dryness, the desolation, it all looked more like Australia than the lush Java that I call home. There was a harsh beauty in that desolation, though, and in the occasional oases of green which grew around the rare rivers we crossed.

    Watu Hadang was in something of an oasis: its single street was lined with trees providing a delicious shade, respite from the heat of the sun. Umbu Tamu met us on the side of this road as soon as we pulled up, leading us into the small cluster of houses where we would stay for the next few nights.

    The hamlet had a desolate beauty of its own. A traditional uma mbatangu peak-roofed house caught my eye right away, its thatched roof replaced by corrugated iron. A small fire was burning in the front yard and a gang of kids were taking turns rolling bicycle tires through it with sticks. A sad-looking horse was tied up near a kind of megalithic tomb, and an old granny stood nearby, sweeping the dusty ground. 

    We’d been sent here by Umbu Yudi, a Cultural Department employee who promised we could surely find music nearby. Yudi’s brother, Umbu Tamu, would host us. Umbu Tamu was a delightful host, it turned out. He had no room for the three of us (me, Jo, and Logan) in his family’s tiny home, so he set us up in a nearby pavilion-like building nearby, dragging mattresses into its creaky wooden heart for us to sleep. 

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    We spent the next few days in this place, eating home-cooked meals of chicken and veggies behind their house (a gang of skin-and-bone dogs watching, waiting for scraps) and having long conversations with Umbu Tamu about our respective cultures, music, art, and geography. At night, the sky was full of stars, and you could hear nothing but insects and the wind whipping across the savannah. 

    On our last day, Umbu Tamu surprised us. He’d told me there was an old man in his village who could sing and play the two-stringed jungga, but he wasn’t sure if there was still an instrument around to play. Just before noon, the man arrived, jungga in hand. Hina Ranjataka had a wild smile full of teeth stained black from betel nut, and his right eye was half closed in a wink, blind and rheumy.

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     His jungga was missing strings, so he sent a kid to fetch a motorcycle brake cable, unwound two metallic threads from its length, and stretched the kinked metallic string across the jungga’s dark wooden body. As he stretched the strings into position, I spotted a creature carved into the instrument’s body, whiskered and maned like a dragon. He called it mahang, a kind of powerful spirit in the world of Marapu, the traditional religion of Sumba.

    We set up on the shady veranda of our open-air sleeping room, our recorders balancing tenuously on the creaky floorboards beneath us. Old man Hina sat cross-legged in front of us, his knee popping out of his thick black ikat sarong. As he dug his fingers into the fresh wire of his jungga, he licked his lips and began to sing, his betel nut-red tongue peeking out through the black of his teeth as he sang. 

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    His voice was thick and strained over the twang of the jungga. “Ha aya ana mini,” he sang in the local dialect of Kambera, “ana winnunggu nda wammu ma angga pa. Neda-ndea wanggu ma kea nggau ka duku.” “Hello, my older brother. Can’t you see I’m your sister? That’s why I say no.”

    Hina translated the title, “Ma Nda Pa Pekungu,” to Indonesian: “Cinta Terlarang,” or “Forbidden Love.” The lyrics, sung in the poetic form called lawiti, detailed an incestuous relationship between siblings, a play on that universal taboo. What an opener!

    We had just heard Purra Tanya play jungga the day before, but here was a very different sound, thicker and rawer than Pak PT’s sweeter strummings. It was a healthy reminder to me how individual this jungga tradition is; often Indonesian folk music puts little emphasis on the individual, and variation between musicians can sometimes be imperceptible. But with jungga, each musician was a style unto himself, not only a different voice but sometimes a whole different approach. 

    As Hina Ranjataka played, villagers came by to watch this rare performance, sprawling out on the veranda and taking in these old, raspy stories. We lazed about long after the music was over, that seductive front porch easiness taking hold. Hina stuffed his lip with betel nut and sat back, watching skinny dogs chase each other through the heat of the midday sun. 


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    THE HEAVY CRAWLS
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    THE HEAVY CRAWLS - 2016





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