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- 07/03/17--22:03: _Adele - 21 (2011) FLAC
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- 07/03/17--22:46: _(Caribbean Folk Mus...
- 07/03/17--22:50: _Josh Pyke – The Bes...
- 07/03/17--23:10: _Dan Tyminski – Carr...
- 07/03/17--23:20: _June Tabor & Oyster...
- 07/03/17--23:31: _Nathan James – What...
- 07/03/17--23:34: _no words.
- 07/04/17--00:39: _VA - Pickin' On Ala...
- 07/04/17--00:40: _Steven Tyler – Were...
- 07/04/17--00:53: _Ofra Haza - Yemenit...
- 07/04/17--01:18: _δύο jazz CD της Gre...
- 07/04/17--01:45: _(Country-Folk, sing...
- 07/04/17--02:40: _New Order – NOMC15 ...
- 07/04/17--03:46: _ХVII Национальный ф...
- 07/04/17--04:35: _Monos Kabrones
- 07/04/17--04:54: _Sundowners – Cut T...
- 07/04/17--05:52: _Simon McDonnell &am...
- 07/03/17--22:03: Adele - 21 (2011) FLAC
- 07/03/17--22:03: VA - White Mink : Black Cotton (2009) FLAC (image + .cue)
- 07/03/17--22:03: VA - White Mink : Black Cotton, Vol.2 (2010) FLAC (image + .cue)
- 07/03/17--22:03: VA - White Mink : Black Cotton, Vol.3 (2013) FLAC (image + .cue)
- 07/03/17--22:50: Josh Pyke – The Best Of Josh Pyke, B-Sides + Rarities (2017)
- 07/03/17--23:10: Dan Tyminski – Carry Me Across the Mountain (2000)
- 07/03/17--23:20: June Tabor & Oysterband – Ragged Kingdom (2011)
- 07/03/17--23:31: Nathan James – What I Believe (2017)
- 07/03/17--23:34: no words.
- 07/04/17--00:39: VA - Pickin' On Alan Jackson (2002)
- 07/04/17--00:40: Steven Tyler – Were All Somebody From Somewhere (2016)
- 07/04/17--00:53: Ofra Haza - Yemenite Songs (1985) FLAC
- 07/04/17--01:18: δύο jazz CD της Greenleaf Music
- 07/04/17--02:40: New Order – NOMC15 [2CD] (2017)
- 07/04/17--04:35: Monos Kabrones
- 07/04/17--04:54: Sundowners – Cut The Master (2017)
Artist: Adele | Album: 21 | Released: 2011 | Genre: Pop | Duration: 00:54:44
Artist: VA | Album: White Mink : Black Cotton | Label: Freshly Squeezed Music | Catalog #: ZESTCD025 | Released: 2009 | Genre: Electronic, Jazz | Country: UK | Duration: 01:33:18
Artist: VA | Album: White Mink : Black Cotton, Volume 2 | Label: Freshly Squeezed Music | Catalog #: ZESTCD031 | Released: 2010 | Genre: Electronic, Jazz | Country: UK | Duration: 01:33:15
Artist: VA | Album: White Mink : Black Cotton, Volume 3 | Label: Freshly Squeezed Music | Catalog #: zestcd060 | Released: 2013 | Genre: Electronic, Jazz | Country: UK | Duration: 01:22:27
Toto Bissainthe avec Marie Claude Benoît et Mariann Mathéus - Chante Haïti Marie Clotilde "Toto" Bissainthe: 1934 Cap-Haïtien / Nord / Haiti - 04.06.1994 Pétion-Ville / Ouest / Haiti Жанр : Caribbean Folk Music | French Caribbean Music | Spiritual Jazz Издатель : Arion Music | France | 1977 (lp) / 1989 (cd) Сканов в содержимом раздачи нет Аудио : mp3 | tracks | 320 kbps 01.
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With five acclaimed top 10 albums, four ARIA Awards and countless sold out tours to his name, Josh Pyke has announced the release of his BEST OF, B-SIDES & RARITIES album on Friday 30 June, to be followed by a BEST OF national headline tour throughout July and August. The BEST OF will be accompanied by the release of Memories & Dust on vinyl for the first time.
Having firmly established himself as one of Australia’s most respected and beloved artists, this Best Of arrives 10 years after the release of his first solo album, Memories & Dust. The two disc offering features handpicked singles spanning his five studio albums on one disc, plus a bonus disc made up of rare tracks and B-sides, along with two brand new songs.
Disc #1 : Best Of
1. Kids Don’t Sell Their Hopes So Fast
2. Beg Your Pardon
3. Middle Of The Hill
4. Private Education
5. Lines On Palms
6. Memories & Dust
7. Forever Song
8. Fed And Watered
9. The Lighthouse Song
10. Make You Happy
11. The Summer
12. New Year’s Song
13. No One Wants A Lover
14. The World Is A Picture
16. Leeward Side
17. The Beginning & The End Of Everything
18. Bug Eyed Beauty
19. There’s A Line
20. Hollering Hearts
Disc #2 : Rarities & B-sides
1. Into The Wind
2. Save Your Love
3. Cosy Catastrophe
5. Confessions For You
6. The Doldrums
7. Don’t Bury Me When I Die
8. Music From Another Room
9. Sleepers To Steel
10. Coles Lane Crossing
11. Clock On/ Clock Off
12. Maths & Magic
13. Best Man (At Your First Loves Wedding)
14. Chemistry Sold
15. Loaded Questions
16. You’re The End My Friend
18. Backward Ghost Of Me
19. Note To Self
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Just before his star exploded as a result of his amazing lead vocal on the hit version of “I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow,” which appeared on the soundtrack to the Coen Brothers’ Great Depression farce O Brother, Where Art Thou?, Dan Tyminski recorded his brief but fantastic debut solo album, Carry Me Across the Mountain, while on sabbatical from Union Station. He gets the expected help from Union Station alumni past and present (Alison Krauss, Adam Steffey, Ron Block, and Barry Bales), and also gathers together some of his other favorite players and influences, who just happen to be prominent members of the bluegrass elite (Jerry Douglas, Tony Rice, etc.). It is Tyminski’s gorgeous, graceful, toasty lead vocals, though, that carry the day. As opposed to his full-time combo’s more irreverent, progressive take on the genre, Tyminski explores more traditional bluegrass territory (ballads, mountain songs, spirituals, instrumentals), but through mostly original material, closer to his previous unit, the Lonesome River Band. He chimes in with a trio of his own co-written tunes while offering spotlight contributions from Block (“Be Assured”) and former Union Station member Tim Stafford. And although each song is a highlight, the title track is perhaps the most exciting performance and lays the blueprint for Tyminski’s O Brother contribution. The crack band also whips through a couple old country (“I Dreamed of an Old Love Affair,” “Sunny Side of the Mountain”) and bluegrass (the Louvin Brothers’ “Tiny Broken Heart”) classics with exhilarating, down-homey results. The mood is both elegantly unembellished and joyous, a throwback but wholly pristine and fresh. It is a superb addition to the already strong discographies of both Union Station and the Lonesome River Band, and a lovely little first effort as leader for Tyminski.
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Twenty-one years ago, June Tabor and Oysterband got together to record what is now recognised as an English folk-rock classic. It wasn’t exclusively a folk album, though there were some traditional tracks, but rather an eclectic, powerful reworking of anything from Lou Reed to Shane McGowan. Now, at long last, comes the followup that so many of us have been asking for, and it’s no disappointment. The energy is still there, along with the desire to startle and experiment, but so is a new maturity and emotional depth, and even greater variety. The traditional songs include Bonnie Bunch of Roses, in which the stomping backing is never allowed to overshadow Tabor’s no-nonsense storytelling; then there’s a glorious melodeon and fiddle-backed treatment of Fountains Flowing, that song of parting and grief, and there’s delicate, unaccompanied vocal harmony singing on the Scottish lament (When I Was No But) Sweet Sixteen. The contemporary songs range from a fiddle-backed stomp through Dylan’s Seven Curses, through to a thoughtful, gutsy reworking of PJ Harvey’s That Was My Veil, and a pained, acoustic version of Joy Division’s Love Will Tear Us Apart, which features a powerful duet between Tabor and John Jones, who come together again for a very English treatment of the bittersweet Dark End of the Street. This was worth waiting for.
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Americana has many different ingredients and Nathan James knows how to mix just the right amounts to create his own signature flavor. ‘What I Believe’ is a showcase of years of experience in self production and songwriting and it is his first album featuring 100% original material. From the opening track ‘You Got to Please Me’ with it’s Bill Withers inspired acoustic rhythm guitar and funky drums featuring tasteful layering of fuzz guitar and B3 organ to the acoustic soul meets spy movie sound track moodiness of ‘Down on the Road’ with classical string arrangements, there are many twists and turns for the listener to behold. ‘Tryin’ to Get Along With Myself’ is a songwriting standout with it’s telling of personal turmoil turned to hope with the start of new day. This song is true Americana with a mixture of gospel changes and country pedal steel inspired slide guitar.
an album to lull the oneironaut on to greater voyages. drift drift away.
ps yr thinking to yrself, how the fuck do i know what i'm getting with this album since this jerk just gets high & posts some vague description which probably doesn't even relate to the actual album but sounds nice in his head. good question. watch out for a novel here... i've been running this blog for five years now, have outlasted many of my peers (rip to my circle, yr sorely missed in the age of bland tidal advertisements shilling whatever the industry thinks you want to hear), & i think i have created a general aesthetic for this blog. although the music wildly varies from this album of traditional drumming of the nile which is gorgeous to french psyche rock to gamelan to narcocorridos to giallo jazz, i think the albums i choose from each genre are always great. i think we have come to an interesting time where the blog is dying out, & curation is now seen as a fool's errand since i can just open spotify & their algorithm will tell me what to listen to next. & while yes, the ease & convenience afforded by streaming services is nice, & the breadth of these sites is somewhat impressive, it acts to further isolate the listener inside the panopticon that is the modern technological hellscape. i will take this moment to praise all of my comrades who have kept it going (shoutout to my man flash), & to the ones who are missed (owl, ghostcap, mutant sounds, the list goes on & on). i would also encourage people to reach out to their heroes while they're still around & let them know that you appreciate them. while i'm at it, please get outside & enjoy the fresh air & gorgeous vistas that nature has provided for us for the last 12,000 years of our existence & we have been able to destroy in the last 150 years. & before you come at me with some fuckshit about "keep this just about music & not about politics," then maybe you haven't been here to spookcity before or not really fucked with me that way.i may edit this later to go on a longer scree about the industrial revolution fueled by the ever pervasive hydra of capitalism being the worst thing to happen to the earth (also yes, i know i'm typing this on a computer which is yes a byproduct but is also a tool to be used to disseminate the roadmap). the earth will be uninhabitable in less than a hundred years. welcome to the anthopocene indeed.
Title Of Album: Pickin' On Alan Jackson
Year Of Release: 2002
Label (Catalog#): CMH Records [CD-8665]
Genre: Bluegrass, Country
Quality: FLAC (tracks +.cue,log,scans)
Full Size: 206 mb
Upload: Turbobit / DepFile
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Steven Tyler has filled out the specifics on his long-awaited debut album. We’re All Somebody From Somewhere will arrive on July 15, Tyler said earlier today during an appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres Show.
The veteran Aerosmith frontman produced this 13-track country-flavored solo project with T Bone Burnett, Dan Huff, Marti Fredriksen and Jaren Johnston. The title track will be released in advance of the album on June 24, Tyler added.
“I headed down to Nashville last spring to start working on this project, wrote some kick ass songs with some of Music City’s finest songwriters and now we get to share them with the world on July 15,” Tyler said. “Country music is the new rock ‘n’ roll. It’s not just about porches, dogs and kicking your boots up. It’s a whole lot more. It’s about being real.”
Tyler released his first country single, titled “Love Is Your Name,” back in May 2015. That was followed this past January by “Red White and You,” which was also produced by Huff. The latter song, co-written by Tyler, circled back to the singer’s rock roots by referencing Tom Petty.
Read More: Steven Tyler Announces First Solo Album, ‘We’re All Somebody From Somewhere’ | http://ultimateclassicrock.com/steven-tyler-were-all-somebody-from-somewhere/?trackback=tsmclip
Joan Baez - 3 LP's Жанр : Country-Folk, singer/sonwriter Носитель : LP Год выпуска : 1973, 1975, 1977 Лейбл : A&M Records, Vanguard Страна-производитель : DE/US/US Аудио кодек : FLAC Тип рипа : tracks+.
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The second of the two shows was captured by Live Here Now, and is set for release as NOMC15 (New Order Music Complete 15) on April 14, 2017. Available as Deluxe Limited Edition packages, the album is released on Double CD, Triple Clear Vinyl (180g),all featuring the new iconic artwork by Warren Jackson.
Disc 1 (01:00:41)
1. Introduction: Das Rheingold – Vorspiel (03:20)
2. Singularity (06:01)
3. Ceremony (04:55)
4. Crystal (06:53)
5. 586 (05:22)
6. Restless (04:39)
7. Lonesome Tonight (04:08)
8. Your Silent Face (06:22)
9. Tutti Frutti (07:09)
10. People On The High Line (05:51)
11. Bizarre Love Triangle (06:01)
Disc 2 (53:02)
1. Waiting For The Sirens’ Call (07:20)
2. Plastic (07:16)
3. The Perfect Kiss (06:21)
4. True Faith (06:39)
5. Temptation (09:38)
6. Atmosphere (04:12)
7. Love Will Tear Us Apart (04:06)
8. Blue Monday (07:30)
ХVII Национальный фестиваль белорусской песни и поэзии Молодечно-2017 / ХVII Нацыянальны фестываль беларускай песні і паэзіі Маладзечна-2017 Страна : Республика Беларусь Жанр : Pop / Folk Продолжительность : 01:34:45 + 01:35:50 + 01:42:30 Год выпуска : 2017 Релиз: Описание : Национальный фестиваль белорусской песни и поэзии "Молодечно" пройдет в этом году в семнадцатый раз.
Monos Kabrones Est Un Groupe Né En 2008, à Formosa, En Argentina
Ils Melents A Leurs Ska Punk Energetique, Des Airs De Cumbia, De Rock
Et De Reggae Pour Des Concert Haut En Couleurs ...
Monos Kabrones Es Una Banda Que Nace En 2008, En Formose, En Argentina
Mezclan A Su Ska Punk Energetico, Aires De Cumbia, De Rock
y De Reggae Para Dar Conciertos De Todas Colores ...
Monos Kabrones Is A Band Who's Born In 2008, In Formosa, In Argentina
They Mix Into His Energetic Ska Punk, Sounds From Cumbia, From Rock
And From Reggae For give Gigs With Much Colours ....
Ska Punk Para Primates 2010
01 No Hay Paz
02 Mas Que Se Yo
03 Ella Especial
04 Vomitando Tu Amor
05 Volcer El Tiempo Atras
06 Cuando Tiempo Mas
08 Voy A Salir A Fumar
09 A Esto Llaman Libertad
02 La Piba Ska
03 Tengo Una Idea
05 Lo Que Hace Falta
06 Barrios De Pie
07 Sin Pensar De Mas
08 Hablando De Ser Normal
10 Vidas Robadas
11 La Cumbia De Les Escondidos
12 Birra y Distorsion
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Produced by the Coral’s frontman James Skelly in James Skelly’s studio and released by James Skelly’s label, it might be a surprise to hear that Wirral group the Sundowners – who feature two of James Skelly’s family members – bear only a faint sonic resemblance to the work of a certain James Skelly. Some of his psychedelic inclinations do rise to the fore at times – Before the Storm’s driving guitar and spooky keys, for example – but mostly this lot trade in folkier, Fairport Convention, Smoke Fairies and Espers-inspired wistful romance, especially in their haunted harmonies. But all too often, stodgy riffs steer the music down a muddy path instead of guiding it towards some heavenly hippie sanctuary, with the result that the album feels slightly over-long. Nevertheless, for a certain sort of community – one that revels in analog instruments, pagan references, paisley-print shirts with massive lapels, big sideburns and even bigger fringes, or just the ghost of James Skelly – Cut the Master should still satisfy.