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    David Grisman’s musical interests have been so varied that he is impossible to categorize stylistically, one of the reasons he has long described his playing everywhere as “Dawg Music.” This is a bit of an unusual outing, as it consists of a trio with bluegrass/folk guitarist/vocalist Jim Hurst, Grisman (mostly on mandolin), and his son Samson on bass. Hurst has previously covered Roger Rasnake’s “Cold Hard Business” and this version features his strong vocal and potent solos all around. The deliberate Latin-flavored “Vaya con Dios” was a hit for Les Paul & Mary Ford and also covered by Mel Tormé, Nat King Cole, and numerous vocalists, though the trio tackles it as an intimate instrumental. “Sally Ann” is a decades-old traditional favorite of bluegrass pickers; the trio’s interpretation seems effortless and Samson Grisman does a splendid job playing with the two veterans. Hurst and Grisman share the vocals in the traditional sorrowful country ballad “Mary of the Wild Moor,” while Samson take the lead vocal in a potent version of the late John Hartford’s “I Wish We Had Our Time Again.” Stephen Foster’s “Beautiful Dreamer” is one of his best-loved songs; Grisman’s shimmering mandolin lead stands out in this performance. The rest of the CD is equally strong, and the only shortcoming of the album is the omission of composer credits, as both musicians and fans may want to seek out earlier recordings of tunes unfamiliar to them for comparison. Highly recommended.


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    “Love And Theft” is the thirty-first studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on September 11, 2001, by Columbia Records. It featured backing by his touring band of the time, with keyboardist Augie Meyers added for the sessions.

    Tracks:

    01. Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum (4:46)
    02. Mississippi (5:21)
    03. Summer Days (4:54)
    04. Bye And Bye (3:18)
    05. Lonesome Day Blues (6:06)
    06. Floater (Too Much To Ask) (5:00)
    07. High Water (For Charley Patton) (4:03)
    08. Moonlight (3:24)
    09. Honest With Me (5:49)
    10. Po’ Boy (3:09)
    11. Cry A While (5:05)
    12. Sugar Baby (6:41)


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    With Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Eddie Cochran, Gene Vincent and even some R&B acts like Little Richard and Fats Domino gaining popularity it was obvious that Britain could no longer rely on ageing pop singers to service the rock and roll audience and the search for home grown talent began. This excellent 2CD set from Jasmine turns the spotlight onto some of the lesser known rock and roll acts that surfaced on our shores. Although Tommy Steele can’t quite be labelled as unsung, he was the first teenage star to perform rock and roll and scored the first home grown hit with the original song ‘Rock With The Caveman’. The journey rocks on with, Terry Dene’s cracking ‘Baby She’s Gone’, Wee Willie Harris’s ‘Riot in Cell Block No 9’, Dickie Pride’s ‘Slippin N Slidin’ and Vince Taylor’s ‘Brand New Cadillac’ which is a candidate for the UK’s greatest rock and roll record. This is a remarkable trip down memory lane which will no doubt remind the fans and jukebox junkies of the era of some underrated or forgotten gems that would’ve had you twitching and gyrating with a flip of your long gone quiffs.

    CD1:
    1. Tommy Steele – Rock With The Caveman
    2. Terry Dene – Baby, Shes Gone
    3. Laurie London – Hes Got The Whole World In His Hands
    4. Terry Wayne – Matchbox
    5. Terry Dene – Start Movin (In My Direction)
    6. Terry Wayne – Your True Love
    7. Jackie Dennis – La Dee Dah
    8. Vince Eager & The Vagabonds – Yea, Yea
    9. The Most Brothers – Whole Lotta Woman
    10. Terry Dene – Pretty Little Pearly
    11. Terry Wayne – Slim Jim Tie
    12. Vince Eager & The Vagabonds – No More
    13. Wee Willie Harris – Riot In Cell Block Number Nine
    14. Tommy Steele – Come On, Lets Go
    15. Terry Dene – Stairway Of Love
    16. Vince Eager & The Vagabonds – This Should Go On Forever
    17. Dickie Pride – Slippin, N Slidin
    18. Sally Kelly – Little Cutie
    19. Duffy Power – Dream Lover
    20. Terry Wayne – Shes Mine
    21. Dickie Pride – Primrose Lane
    22. Johnny Kidd & The Pirates – Please Dont Touch
    23. Vince Taylor & His Playboys – Brand New Cadillac
    24. Dean Webb – Hey Miss Fanny
    25. Dickie Pride – Frantic

    CD2:
    1. Tommy Steele – Tallahassee Lassie
    2. Johnny Kidd & The Pirates – Shakin All Over
    3. Vince Eager & The Vagabonds – Lonely Blue Boy
    4. Lance Fortune – Be Mine
    5. Nelson Keene – Image Of A Girl
    6. Keith Kelly – Tease Me
    7. Vince Taylor & His Playboys – Jet Black Machine
    8. Tommy Bruce & The Bruisers – Aint Misbehavin
    9. Dickie Pride – Betty Betty (Go Steady With Me)
    10. Johnny Kidd & The Pirates – Restless
    11. Lance Fortune – This Love I Have For You
    12. Jimmy Justice – Bloodshot Eyes
    13. Tommy Bruce & The Bruisers – Broken Doll
    14. Keith Kelly – Ooh-La-La
    15. Vince Taylor & His Playboys – Ill Be Your Hero
    16. Dave Sampson & The Hunters – Sweet Dreams
    17. Johnny Kidd & The Pirates – You Got What It Takes
    18. Keith Kelly – Listen Little Girl
    19. The Brook Brothers – Warpaint
    20. Danny Storm – Honest I Do
    21. Johnny Kidd & The Pirates – Please Dont Bring Me Down
    22. Bobby Angelo & The Tuxedos – Baby Sittin
    23. The Brook Brothers – Aint Gonna Wash For A Week
    24. Howie Casey & The Seniors True Fine Mama
    25. Jimmy Justice – When My Little Girl Is Smiling


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    Toufic Farroukh - Villes invisibles (Lossless, 2017) Исполнитель: Toufic Farroukh
    Альбом: Villes invisibles
    Дата выхода: 2017
    Страна: Lebanon / France
    Категория(и): Jazz  World  Fusion
    Дата выхода: 2017
    Продолжительность: 00:55:56
    Формат: FLAC, (tracks+.cue), Lossless




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    Maighread & Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill - Idir an Dá Sholas Жанр : Irish Folk Страна исполнителя (группы) : Ireland Год издания : 1999 Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 50:29 Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи : нет Треклист : 1.

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    Family Atlantica / Cosmic Unity Жанр : World Fusion, African Folk, Afro-Cuban, Latin, Jaz Носитель : WEB Год издания : 2016 Издатель (лейбл) : Soundway Номер по каталогу : SNDWCD082 Аудиокодек : FLAC (*.

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    Various Artists - Woody Guthrie At 100! Live At The Kennedy Center Жанр : Folk, Country Страна исполнителя (группы) : США Год издания : 2013 Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 01:17:04 Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи : нет Треклист : 01.

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    Οι Terrapin είναι ένα σχήμα που ξεπήδησε –δεν θα ήταν λάθος να το πούμε– μέσα από τους γνωστούς μας NoMansLand, καθότι και ο Βασίλης Αθανασιάδης φωνή, κιθάρες, Korg Monotron και ο Γιώργος Παπαγεωργιάδης μπάσο και ο Γιώργος Τζίβας ντραμς, κρουστά έχουν υπάρξει μέλη τους. Βεβαίως, οι Terrapinείναι ένα διαφορετικό σχήμα από τους No MansLand, και για αυτόν ακριβώς το λόγο έχει και νόημα αυτή η παράλληλη μορφή τους. Τέμνονται κάπου οι μουσικές των Terrapinκαι των No MansLand; Θα μπορούσε να είναι ένα θέμα αυτό και προσωπικώς θ’ απαντούσα… όχι. Χωρίς να απουσιάζουν κι εδώ κάποια (λίγα) ροκ-ψυχεδελικά στοιχεία, που είναι ανιχνεύσιμα από δεκαετίες και κατά κόρον στους No MansLand, στην περίπτωση των Terrapinτο ύφος είναι περισσότερο μπαλαντικό/ακουστικό – κι αυτό είναι μια βασική διαφορά.
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    Τα τραγούδια, από την άλλη, έτσι όπως παρατάσσονται στο Sanctuary[G.O.D. Records, 2017], είναι απλά στη βάση τους και μιλάνε όχι για… καθημερινά πράγματα. Οι στίχοι, δηλαδή, μοιάζει να έχουν προσαρμοστεί σε πιο ονειρικές και τοποθετημένες κοντά στη φύση καταστάσεις. Υπάρχει μιαν απλότητα, περαιτέρω, στα νοήματα, είτε αυτά διαπνέονται από μια νοσταλγική αύρα είτε αφορούν σε θέματα σχέσεων. Υπάρχει και η αναζήτηση ακόμη… τόπων, στιγμών, επαφών, που να μπορεί να σε συνδέσουν με ορισμένες αξίες της ζωής (ξεχασμένες ή παραμελημένες). Όλα αυτά απαιτούν ενδεχομένως, κι έτσι συμβαίνει, μιαν ανάλογη ενοργάνωση, η οποία, στην περίπτωση του “Sanctuary”, δεν εξαντλείται στα τρία κύρια όργανα (κιθάρα, μπάσο, ντραμς). Το λέμε, γιατί σχεδόν σε κάθε τραγούδι ένα άλλο όργανο θα έρθει να προστεθεί, προσφέροντας το δικό του ηχόχρωμα. Ένα μαντολίνο (Γιώργος Γουμενάκης), ένα σιτάρ (BillHunchback), μια φυσαρμόνικα (Παύλος Καραπιπέρης), ένα τσέλο (Σταύρος Παργινός), λίγα αλλά ουσιώδη πλήκτρα (Robert Sin). Και κάπως έτσι κυλάει η πρώτη πλευρά του άλμπουμ, που έχει να προσφέρει τις δικές της συγκινήσεις. Κι από ’δω ας ξεχωρίσω την americana τού “Dancing mice”, που δεν έχει guest, και κυλάει με την άνεση εκείνου που ξέρει τι ζητάει από ένα τραγούδι τεσσάρων λεπτών, και ακόμη το κλείσιμο με το “Fog rolling out”, ένα από τα πιο «βυθισμένα» tracksτου LP(με τα… ψυχεδελικά πλήκτρα του Robert Sin να θολώνουν τα vibes).
    Όμως και στη δεύτερη πλευρά οι Terrapin έχουν σκορπίσει μερικά πολύ ωραία τραγούδια, όπως το “Summer elegy”, που ακούγεται κάπως dawg λόγω μαντολίνου (ωραία η μελωδία, όπως και η γενικότερη ενοργάνωση) και με τα πλήκτρα να «γεμίζουν», και ακόμη το “Strangeplaces” (track με ωραία κιθάρα, breaks από Korg, κρουστά κ.λπ. – επίσης από τα ωραιότερα του άλμπουμ) ή το “SunflowerStreet” (που είναι ελαφρώς r&b, με κατάλληλα πλήκτρα, φυσαρμόνικα κ.λπ. – εξαιρετικό τραγούδι!).
    Γενικά, θα έγραφα για ένα άκρως ενδιαφέρον άλμπουμ, που έχει μια πολύ καλή πρώτη πλευρά και μιαν ακόμη καλύτερη δεύτερη.

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    Despite having sold upward of 10 million records in America alone, it wasn’t until recently that Cheap Trick stopped feeling like an afterthought. That is in no way meant to be a slight to the band: They are one of the quintessential American rock bands, and their first four albums are absolute essentials. But Cheap Trick’s big problems were their consistency and their endurance: The band never broke up, no member ever died, and the core of the group — frontman Robin Zander and guitar wunderkind Rick Nielsen — have remained together for 40 years. Lack of drama might bode well for your tour schedule but it doesn’t earn you a lot of ink in Rolling Stone.

    Of course, drama eventually came when, in 2010, original drummer Bun E. Carlos relinquished his throne due to the rigors of the road, and eventually followed that up in 2013 with a lawsuit against his other bandmates. (It was thrown out of court later that year.) But any acrimony was pushed aside in 2016 when Cheap Trick was rightfully inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, and the classic lineup of Zander, Nielsen, Carlos and bassist Tom Petersson reminded everyone in attendance and watching around the world just why they were America’s last great rock band. Helping their cause was the release of Bang, Zoom, Crazy… Hello, the band’s first album in seven years (and first with new drummer Daxx Nielsen, son of Rick). It was a consistently rocking affair that fit nicely in a catalog full of them, and had it been Cheap Trick’s final missive, no one would’ve complained.

    But here we are, barely a year later, and the foursome from Rockford, Illinois, has delivered We’re All Alright!, another 10 songs (or 13, if you pick up the deluxe version) that sound unmistakably like Cheap Trick: There are Nielsen’s hot-roddin’ guitar licks (the back-to-back salvo of “Nowhere” and “Radio Lover” is as punk as this band has been in years), the impassioned vocals of Zander (his screams in album standout “Brand New Name on an Old Tattoo” are incredible) and some delightfully chunky grooves (opening track “You Got It Going On” is downright nasty).


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  • 06/15/17--06:04: Styx – The Mission (2017)
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    The Mission is a thrilling return to Styx’s progressive roots, complete with a courageous & visionary concept. A captivating adventure unfolds across 14 tracks, 249 million miles from home! With a sound as big as a galaxy & two years in the making, it embodies a throw-back progressive-rock feel. Recorded at Blackbird Studios in Nashville, The Mission comes complete in a true hi-fidelity analog recording & mixed with a larger than life sound. For the first time in 14 years, an all-new studio album is set to launch on June 16, 2017. The Mission is a go!


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    There should be a reasonable explanation for the sharp musical turn found on Portugal. The Man’s eighth studio album, Woodstock. After the release of the Danger Mouse-produced Evil Friends in 2013, the Portland-based outfit retreated again to the studio with the Beastie Boys’ Mike D for three years to worry over the purported follow up Gloomin + Doomin. This record, though, was ultimately scratched very near its completion, and a fateful reassessment of the band’s musical message lead to the revolutionary-minded street-pop of Woodstock after vocalist/guitarist John Gourley came upon his dad’s ticket stub from the original 1969 Woodstock Festival.

    This commentary alone doesn’t account for the new record’s headfirst dive into the deep end of contemporary pop. Despite the risk, the record manages to fall in line with Portugal. The Man’s willingness to move forward in endearing ways.

    The lede for the album is less than subtle, as Woodstock opens with a dancefloor reimagining of Richie Havens’ famous improvisational finale to his Woodstock opening set, here sung by Son Little. The song is the first indication of Portugal. The Man’s all-in plunge into the dregs of dub-pop. The band’s newfound reliance on studio trickery, sampling, and folding in the tenets of hip-hop production most assuredly stems from their Danger Mouse/Mike D collaborations. But the most interesting part of this transition is that it has been slow, and well-crafted, despite its relative about-face from the choir-like ‘70s punk-boogie of their early days. “Number One” retains the band’s firm grasp on sultry grooves, stemming from the velvety rhythmic lockdown of drummer Jason Sechrist and bassist Zach Carothers.

    “Easy Tiger” is driven by a bold drum beat and the subtleties of Kyle O’Quin’s keyboard flourishes. The track’s complex chord shifts usher in schizophrenic pop dalliances, as Gourley’s tenor skitters above the fray like an androgynous nymph. It’s clear that this shifting of the band’s preferred soundscapes is more aesthetically agreeable to Gourley’s vocals, a fact borne out as the record progresses.


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    AMERICAN EPIC: The Collection gathers 100 of these original recordings from the 1920s and 1930s in one five-disc set, restored to unprecedented levels of sonic fidelity. For this box set, compiled by Director Bernard MacMahon, engineer Nicholas Bergh refined a transfer process using a mix of both modern and vintage equipment in order to extract the remarkable resolution from the records that is often missed. This reverse engineering approach to the transfer process enabled the restoration team of Grammy Award-winning engineer Peter Henderson, Duke Erikson and Joel Tefteller to get the resulting audio closer to the original performance than ever before.

    This is not “remastering,” in the normal sense, but something closer to fine art restoration. The intent is not for people to marvel at the antiquity of these discs, but rather to experience them as vital, immediate performances that speak to us as directly as they did on the day they were recorded not simply great art for their time, but great art for all times. It includes a 100-page book filled with stunning unpublished photographs, quotes from the artists, their friends and families, lyrics for every song, essays and recording notes. Among the artists included are Mississippi John Hurt, The Carter Family, Charley Patton, Jimmie Rodgers, Lydia Mendoza, Nelstone’s Hawaiians, Big Chief Henry’s String Band, Robert Johnson and many others.

    Tracks:
    1.01. CLARENCE ASHLEY – The Coo Coo Bird (The Cuckoo) (2:58)
    1.02. Memphis Jug Band – On the Road Again (2:51)
    1.03. Bukka White – The Panama Limited (3:12)
    1.04. Hoyt Ming and His Pep Steppers – Indian War Whoop (3:11)
    1.05. Frank Stokes – ‘Tain’t Nobody’s Business If I Do, Pt. 1 (3:17)
    1.06. Andrew & Jim Baxter – K. C. Railroad Blues (3:31)
    1.07. Alfred G. Karnes – I Am Bound for the Promised Land (3:12)
    1.08. Garfield Akers – Cottonfield Blues, Pt. 2 (3:21)
    1.09. Bascom Lamar Lunsford – I Wish I Was a Mole In the Ground (3:20)
    1.10. Bentley Boys – Down On Penny’s Farm (2:49)
    1.11. Whistler’s Jug Band – Foldin’ Bed (2:58)
    1.12. Weems String Band – Greenback Dollar (3:11)
    1.13. Mattie Delaney – Tallahatchie River Blues (2:49)
    1.14. Cannon’s Jug Stompers – Walk Right In (2:57)
    1.15. The Carter Family – Bury Me Under the Weeping Willow (2:59)
    1.16. Jim Jackson – Old Dog Blue (3:04)
    1.17. Columbus Fruge – Bayou Teche (2:55)
    1.18. Tommy Johnson – Cool Drink of Water Blues (3:35)
    1.19. J. P. Nestor – Train On the Island (3:00)
    2.01. Elder J.E. Burch – My Heart Keeps Singing (3:11)
    2.02. Julius Daniels – Ninety-Nine Year Blues (3:05)
    2.03. Earl Johnson and his Clodhoppers – I Get My Whiskey From Rockingham (3:03)
    2.04. Rev. J. M. Gates – Death’s Black Train Is Coming (3:13)
    2.05. Jimmie Rodgers – Waiting for a Train (2:48)
    2.06. Tenneva Ramblers – Darling, Where Have You Been So Long (3:24)
    2.07. Alabama Sacred Harp Singers – Rocky Road (2:46)
    2.08. Amadie Breaux, Ophey Breaux, Cleoma Breaux – Ma Blond Est Partie (2:51)
    2.09. Carolina Tar Heels – Peg and Awl (2:57)
    2.10. Barbecue Bob – Chocolate to the Bone (2:55)
    2.11. Eddie Head And Family – Down On Me (3:10)
    2.12. Cleoma Breaux with Joseph Falcon and Ophy Breaux – Prenez Courage (2:57)
    2.13. Dilly and his Dill Pickles – Pickin’ Off Peanuts (3:29)
    2.14. Nelstone’s Hawaiians – Just Because (2:55)
    2.15. Willie Walker – Dupree Blues (3:31)
    2.16. Burnett & Rutherford – Ladies On the Steamboat (3:16)
    2.17. Blind Willie McTell – Mamma, ‘Tain’t Long Fo’ Day (3:05)
    3.01. Cuarteto Flores – Cecilia (3:13)
    3.02. Los Borinquenos – La Coquetera (3:03)
    3.03. Guty Cardenas Y Lencho – Coconito (3:02)
    3.04. Emmett Miller – Lovesick Blues (2:52)
    3.05. Big Bill Broonzy – Long Tall Mama (2:51)
    3.06. Two Poor Boys – John Henry Blues (2:49)
    3.07. Leadbelly – Mr. Tom Hughes’ Town (3:09)
    3.08. Mississippi John Hurt – Louis Collins (3:02)
    3.09. Blind Gary Davis – I Am The Light of the World (3:04)
    3.10. Rev. F.W. McGee – Fifty Miles of Elbow Room (2:43)
    3.11. Hopi Indian Chanters – Chant of the Eagle Dance (2:29)
    3.12. Mike Hanapi & The Ilima Islanders – Hilo Hula (3:21)
    3.13. Charlie Poole – If The River Was Whiskey (3:11)
    3.14. Frank Hutchison – Stackalee (3:07)
    3.15. Ernest Stoneman – The Wreck of the ’97 (2:50)
    3.16. BUELL KAZEE – Faded Coat of Blue (3:11)
    3.17. Dock Boggs – Country Blues (3:03)
    3.18. Uncle Dave Macon and His Fruit-Jar Drinkers – Sail Away Ladies (3:00)
    3.19. Uncle Bunt Stephens – Sail Away Lady (3:01)
    3.20. Eck Robertson – Sally Gooden (3:10)
    3.21. Don Richardson – Arkansas Traveller (2:59)
    4.01. Lane Hardin – Hard Time Blues (3:20)
    4.02. Charley Patton – Down the Dirt Road Blues (2:57)
    4.03. Banjo Joe – Poor Boy, Long Ways From Home (3:11)
    4.04. Blind Blake, Charlie Spand – Hastings Street (3:15)
    4.05. Blind Lemon Jefferson – See That My Grave’s Kept Clean (2:55)
    4.06. Golden Melody Boys – Gonna Have ‘Lasses In the Morning (2:43)
    4.07. Memphis Minnie, Bumblebee Slim – New Orleans Stop Time (2:59)
    4.08. Ma Rainey – Prove It On Me Blues (2:43)
    4.09. Williamson Brothers, Curry – Gonne Die with My Hammer in My Hand (3:26)
    4.10. Geeshie Wiley – Last Kind Words Blues (3:04)
    4.11. Dixieland Jug Blowers – Banjoreno (3:15)
    4.12. Beale Street Sheiks – It’s a Good Thing (3:00)
    4.13. Blind Willie Davis – Trust In God and Do the Right (2:50)
    4.14. Sleepy John Estes – Someday Baby Blues (3:02)
    4.15. Sam Collins – Lonesome Road Blues (3:07)
    4.16. Willie Brown – Future Blues (2:58)
    4.17. HENRY THOMAS – Bull Doze Blues (3:29)
    4.18. Massey Family – Brown Skin Gal (Down the Lane) (2:47)
    4.19. DICK JUSTICE – Henry Lee aka Young Hunting (3:26)
    4.20. William Moore – Old Country Rock (3:01)
    4.21. Delma Lachney, Blind Uncle Gaspard – La Danseuse (2:56)
    4.22. Son House – My Black Mama, Pt. 1 & 2 (6:24)
    4.23. Skip James – Cypress Grove Blues (3:14)
    5.01. Robert Johnson – Cross Road Blues (2:33)
    5.02. Lydia Mendoza – Mal Hombre (3:33)
    5.03. Frenchy’s String Band – Sunshine Special (3:11)
    5.04. Robert Wilkins – Old Jim Canan’s (2:55)
    5.05. Amede Ardoin, Dennis McGee – Les Blues De Voyage (2:57)
    5.06. Stripling Brothers – The Lost Child (3:07)
    5.07. Jaybird Coleman – I’m Gonna Cross the River Jordan Some of These Days (3:06)
    5.08. Sol K. Bright with The Aloha Serenaders – Tomi Tomi (2:44)
    5.09. Mississippi Sheiks – Sittin’ On Top of the World (3:16)
    5.10. Richard Rabbit Brown – James Alley Blues (3:09)
    5.11. Big Chief Henry’s Indian String Band – The Indian Tom Tom (2:37)
    5.12. Prince Albert Hunt’s Texas Ramblers – Blues In a Bottle (3:25)
    5.13. Bartmont Montet, Joswell Dupuis – Je Me Suis En Alle (2:53)
    5.14. Blind Willie Johnson – Dark Was the Night, Cold Was the Ground (3:27)
    5.15. Sol Hoopii & His Novelty Quartette – E Mama Ea (3:12)
    5.16. Truett & George – Ghost Dance (3:03)
    5.17. Roosevelt Graves & Brother – Woke Up This Morning (With My Mind On Jesus) (2:52)
    5.18. Joseph Falcon – Allons A Lafayette (2:58)
    5.19. Los Madrugadores – Corrido De Joaquin Murrieta, Pt. 1 & 2 (5:56)
    5.20. Washington Phillips – Denomination Blues (Part 1 & 2) (5:37)


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    Songhoy Blues – Résistance (2017)

    • Artist: Songhoy Blues
    • Album: Résistance
    • Genre: World Music
    • Released: 2017
    • Format: MP3 320Kbps
    • Size: 104 MB

    Tracklist:
    01 – Voter
    02 – Bamako
    03 – Sahara
    04 – Yersi Yadda
    05 – Hometown
    06 – Badji
    07 – Dabari
    08 – Ici Bas
    09 – Ir Ma Sobay
    10 – Mali Nord
    11 – Alhakou
    12 – One Colour
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  • 06/15/17--08:51: Can – The Singles (2017)
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    Can – The Singles, a brand new collection of all of the band’s single releases. This unique document is the first time the singles have been presented together and shows the breadth of their influential career, from well loved tracks like Halleluwah, Vitamin C and I Want More to more obscure and sought after singles such as Silent Night and Turtles Have Short Legs. The tracks are all presented in their original single version, many of which have been unavailable for many years and not presented outside of the original 7″ release. The triple vinyl comes packaged in a trifold sleeve and decorated with a beautiful spot gloss lamination and is designed by the award winning Julian House from Intro, a long time design collaborator of Can’s. The CD serves as the perfect easy entry point to the world of Can.

    Tracklist:

    01. Soul Desert 03:52
    02. She Brings The Rain 04:07
    03. Spoon 03:06
    04. Shikako Maru Ten 03:18
    05. Turtles Have Short Legs 03:25
    06. Halleluwah (Edit) 03:38
    07. Vitamin C 03:33
    08. I’m So Green 03:05
    09. Mushroom 04:01
    10. Moonshake 03:02
    11. Future Days (Edit) 03:24
    12. Dizzy Dizzy (Edit) 03:30
    13. Splash 04:04
    14. Hunters And Collectors (Edit) 03:23
    15. Vernal Equinox (Edit) 03:11
    16. I Want More 03:32
    17. ….And More 03:20
    18. Silent Night 03:13
    19. Cascade Waltz 03:37
    20. Dont Say No (Edit) 03:19
    21. Return 03:06
    22. Can Can 03:11
    23. Hoolah Hoolah (Edit) 03:28


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    Ane Brun - When I'm Free (2015)
    Artist: Ane Brun
    Title Of Album: When I'm Free
    Release Date: 2015
    Location: Norway
    Label: Balloon Ranger ‎(VVNL27172)
    Genre: Folk, Soft Rock
    Quality: FLAC (image+.cue+covers)
    Length: 45:54 min
    Tracks: 10
    Total Size: 284 MB (+5%)

    When I'm Free is the seventh studio album by Norwegian singer-songwriter Ane Brun. The album was released in 2015 with both a Standard Edition (10 tracks) and a Deluxe Edition (12 tracks).

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    Woody Guthrie At 100! Live At The Kennedy Center Жанр : Folk Носитель : CD Страна-производитель диска (релиза) : US Год издания : 2013 Издатель (лейбл) : Legacy Номер по каталогу : Legacy 88883728092 Страна исполнителя (группы) : USA Аудиокодек : FLAC (*.

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    Ulaan Passerine (Steven R. Smith) / Moss Cathedral Жанр : Psychedelic Folk, Drone, Free Folk, Ambient Носитель : WEB Год издания : 2016 Издатель (лейбл) : Worstward Recordings ‎ Номер по каталогу : wst006 Аудиокодек : FLAC (*.

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    320 kbps | 166 MB | LINKS

    Live performance from WTTW’s Grainger Studio in Chicago in July 2016.

    Tracklist:

    01. On The Radio (Live) 03:12
    02. Better (Live) 03:45
    03. Bleeding Heart (Live) 04:16
    04. Older And Taller (Live) 04:05
    05. Grand Hotel (Live) 03:10
    06. Small Bill$ (Live) 03:41
    07. Black and White (Live) 03:55
    08. Hotel Song (Live) 03:33
    09. The Trapper and the Furrier (Live) 04:45
    10. Sellers Of Flowers (Live) 04:10
    11. Obsolete (Live) 06:26
    12. You’ve Got The Time (Live) 03:26
    13. New Year (Live) 05:48
    14. Us (Live) 04:33
    15. The Visit (Live) 04:33
    16. The Light (Live) 05:05
    17. Fidelity (Live) 03:52
    18. Samson (Live) 04:39


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  • 06/15/17--11:25: Kismet (1991 Studio Cast)
  • Kismet (1991 Studio Cast)

    Release Date: November 19, 1991
    Label: Sony Broadway
    Duration: 68min.

    Listening to this high-powered 1991 studio recording may forever spoil your enjoyment of the mostly tepid voices in the 1955 movie version of Kismet. Producer Thomas Shepard and music director Paul Gemignani enlisted some of opera's best voices to record this quite operatic musical, called "a musical Arabian night" and based on the themes of 19th-century Russian composer Alexander Borodin. Samuel Ramey is a bit turgid as the Poet. Luckily, Julia Migenes as Lalume is sensational and Jerry Hadley as the Caliph and Ruth Ann Swenson as Marsinah are simply glorious. Less successful are a hysterical Mandy Patinkin (in only one number) and a braying Dom Deluise (in a vocally undemanding role as the Wazir). Thankfully, the singers are at their best in the most challenging numbers, which include some all-time favorites: "Stranger in Paradise," "Not Since Nineveh," "Baubles, Bangles, and Beads," "And This Is My Beloved," and "Night of My Nights." This CD clocks in at a generous 68 minutes, but you'll probably find yourself listening to the "hits" over and over. The same cast also recorded Man of La Mancha with Placido Domingo. Full lyrics are included. --David Horiuchi
    1. Overture - Paul Gemignani
    2. Sands of Time - Rodne Brown
    3. Rhymes Have I - Samuel Ramey
    4. My Magic Lamp - Ruth Ann Swenson
    5. Fate - Samuel Ramey
    6. Bazaar of the Caravans - The Ambrosian Singers
    7. Entrance of Lalume - Julia Migenes
    8. Not Since Nineveh - The Ambrosian Singers
    9. Baubles, Bangles and Beads - The Ambrosian Singers
    10. Paradise Garden - Ruth Ann Swenson
    11. Stranger in Paradise - Ruth Ann Swenson
    12. He's in Love - Julian Long
    13. Wazir's Council - Paul Gemignani
    14. Gesticulate - The Ambrosian Singers
    15. Bored - Samuel Ramey
    16. Fate (Act I Finale) - The Ambrosian Singers
    17. Night of My Nights - The Ambrosian Singers
    18. Stranger in Paradise (Reprise) - Ruth Ann Swenson
    19. Was I Wazir? - The Ambrosian Singers
    20. Rahadlakum - The Ambrosian Singers
    21. And This Is My Beloved - Samuel Ramey
    22. The Olive Tree - Samuel Ramey
    23. Zubbediya - The Ambrosian Singers
    24. Samaris' Dance - The Ambrosian Singers
    25. Act II Finale - The Ambrosian Singers

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    Cool and hot Brazilian tunes; the most celebrated young desert blues band within the Tuareg community; Ethiopian diaspora sounds, including Meklit Hadero's new album; Global A Go-Go's tribute to Adam West (seriously)

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