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    Oumou Sangare / Mogoya Жанр : Modern African Folk, World, Mali, Wassoulou Носитель : WEB Страна-производитель диска (релиза) : France Год издания : 2017 Издатель (лейбл) : Nø Førmat!

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    Cold Fusion & Rukkanor - Silk Road (2008) FLAC (image + .cue)
    Artist: Cold Fusion & Rukkanor | Album: Silk Road | Released: 2008 | Genre: Ambient, Experimental, Tribal, Industrial | Country: Poland | Duration: 00:43:29

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    Papa Roach - F.E.A.R. (2015) FLAC (tracks)
    Artist: Papa Roach | Album: F.E.A.R. | Released: 2015 | Genre: Rock, Alternative Rock, Hard Rock | Label: Eleven Seven Music | Country: USA | Duration: 00:42:16

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    Dolly Parton - Hungry Again (1998) FLAC (tracks + .cue)
    Artist: Dolly Parton | Album: Hungry Again | Released: 1998 | Genre: Country | Country: USA | Duration: 00:41:42

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    Armin Van Buuren - The Best Of Armin Only (2017) FLAC (tracks)
    Artist: Armin Van Buuren | Album: The Best Of Armin Only | Label: Armada Digital | Catalog #: ARDI 3783A | Released: 2017 | Genre: Trance | Country: Netherlands | Duration: 02:00:10

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    Dead Can Dance ‎- Toward The Within (1994) FLAC (image + .cue)
    Artist: Dead Can Dance | Album: Toward The Within | Label: 4AD | Catalog #: 9 45769-2 | Released: 1994 | Genre: Electronic, Ambient | Country: Australia | Duration: 01:07:54

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    Jacek - Atta Kize Tono (2015) FLAC (tracks)
    Artist: Jacek | Album: Atta Kize Tono | Released: 2015 | Genre: Tribal, Ambient, Industrial | Country: Russia | Duration: 00:29:30

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    ATB – neXt (2017) FLAC (tracks + .cue)
    Artist: ATB | Album: neXt | Label: Kontor Records | Catalog #: 4250117673147 | Released: 2017 | Genre: Electronic, Pop | Country: Germany | Duration: 01:45:29

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    The Rumble Man was recorded and filmed during Link Wray’s UK tour of March 96, the CD features Link rockin’ his leathers off live, while the DVD is a mix of live footage and documentary, featuring an extensive interview with the man himself. What you now hold in your hand is a piece of Rock ‘n’ Roll history. In his own words and music you are about to witness the greatest guitar player this planet has ever seen. So sit back, hit that volume control to distortion and listen to The Rumble Man


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    A Quietness of WaterPeter Evans | Agustí Fernandez | Mats Gustafsson
    A Quietness of Water
    (NotTwo Records, 2017)
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    Tracklist:
    1. 100 Proof (3:39)
    2. The Kid (4:11)
    3. Drive Myself Sane (3:46)
    4. Beautiful Disaster (4:18)
    5. Another Round (3:26)
    6. Love Drunk Night (3:17)
    7. Stompin’ Ground (4:31)
    8. Ghost Town (5:10)
    9. Until You (3:17)
    10. Horse Collar (4:49)
    11. Get You Home (4:49)


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    The greatest living female voice in African music, Oumou Sangare releases Mogoya (meaning “people today”) on a new record label with an all-new production team and a wonderful new set of songs. The power of Oumou’s voice and the potency of her message remain as strong as ever and, while her sound is rooted deep in the continuity of Malian tradition, Mogoya has a strong new sound. Co-produced by Andreas Unge in Stockholm and by the French production collective A.l.b.e.r.t. (who have worked with among others Air, Tony Allen, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Beck, Franz Ferdinand) in Paris, it draws on a rich musical heritage whilst also looking to the future. On the album, traditional African instruments – the kamele n’goni (harp), karignan (metal scraper) and calabash percussion – are augmented by electric guitar, bass, keyboards and synths with Tony Allen on drums. As Oumou puts it, “This time round I wanted to go for more of a modern sound, to satisfy young people in Mali but being careful, all the while, to respect my culture and tradition”.


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    Chastity Brown melds folk, pop, soul and gospel on Silhouette of Sirens, weaving together a poet’s lyrical ear and a raw soul-laid-bare quality. The album’s 10 original tracks introduce us to an exciting new voice – a songwriter of power and conviction who isn’t afraid to bare her heart as she sings of heartbreak, need and love. With an electrifying voice that thrums with emotion, she creates moods by layering her sprawling melodies over pulsing rhythms and soaring choruses. Raised in Tennessee, she now calls Minnesota home. As a bi-racial woman she writes from the cultural experience and perspective of “being just as much one thing as the other… The feeling of being within, yet apart.” Straddling worlds and musical genres, Brown’s emotionally charged songs are unforgettable and transforming.


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    The greatest living female voice in African music, Oumou Sangare releases Mogoya (meaning “people today”) on a new record label with an all-new production team and a wonderful new set of songs. The power of Oumou’s voice and the potency of her message remain as strong as ever and, while her sound is rooted deep in the continuity of Malian tradition, Mogoya has a strong new sound. Co-produced by Andreas Unge in Stockholm and by the French production collective A.l.b.e.r.t. (who have worked with among others Air, Tony Allen, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Beck, Franz Ferdinand) in Paris, it draws on a rich musical heritage whilst also looking to the future. On the album, traditional African instruments – the kamele n’goni (harp), karignan (metal scraper) and calabash percussion – are augmented by electric guitar, bass, keyboards and synths with Tony Allen on drums. As Oumou puts it, “This time round I wanted to go for more of a modern sound, to satisfy young people in Mali but being careful, all the while, to respect my culture and tradition”.


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