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    Dragonfly, Kasey Chambers 11th studio album features two separate sessions in a special two disc release – the first of which was recorded during The Sing Sing Sessions and produced by Australian music legend Paul Kelly, whilst the second disc was recorded at The Foggy Mountain Sessions and produced by Kasey’s brother and long-time producer, Nash Chambers. Dragonfly showcases a truly accomplished and much loved Australian artist at the top of her game, baring her heart and soul – with more to say than ever before. Joining forces with the 11 times ARIA Award winner are a string of truly amazing musical guests including Vika and Linda Bull, Keith Urban, Paul Kelly, Foy Vance, Harry Hookey, Ed Sheeran and Grizzlee Train.

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    Recorded on Sixth Man’s Cayamo Cruise in February of 2017, Hammer & Nail Live commemorates the 20th anniversary of Paul’s first release. This live update includes Temporarily Forever Mine, a richly harmonized current crowd favorite.

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    Kenny Rogers - Across My Heart Жанр : Country Год выпуска диска : 1997 Производитель диска : [Magnatone Records] Аудио кодек : FLAC Тип рипа : tracks+.cue Битрейт аудио : lossless Продолжительность : 38:59 Трэклист : 01 - To Me - 3:18 02 - Write Your Name (Across My Heart) - 3:33 03 - The Only Way I Know - 4:02 04 - Have A Little Faith In Me - 4:01 05 - Sing Me Your Love Song - 4:18 06 - As God Is My Witness - 3:37 07 - You're Not Asking Much - 4:27 08 - Only Once In A Lifetime - 3:28 09 - Find A Little Grace - 4:40 10 - See Me Through - 3:30 Доп.

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    Duncan Lloyd is probably best known as the guitarist and musical driving force behind Mercury Music Prize nominated band, Maximo Park, but Lloyd’s frenetic outpouring has also seen him busy with various projects including Decade In Exile, Nano Kino, experimentalists Res Band, and solo work under his own name.

    On an album about surviving change, detailing the effort to escape self-destructiveness, division and the inevitable breakdown of certain relationships, ‘Heads of The Bastille’ marks itself out as a starkly personal track, in which Lloyd ponders his “mistakes are carved in rock, through the Appalachians of your heart” and his “memory turns against me”. It’s a tale of fading love, lyrically at odds with its defiantly buoyant melodies.

    It’s a quality that seeps through the foundations of ‘I O U O M E’; Lloyd’s voice has a tactile warmth, weaving around deftly self-produced music, as if through his own nocturnal metropolis. The melodies keep you afloat but between the layers there’s an emotional intimacy borne of experienced song-writing, both nimble and volatile. Talking about the record, Lloyd comments;

    “From ‘Heads Of The Bastille’ onwards, these songs come from a more personal perspective and it’s fair to say there is a lot of longing in them. They were mostly written in motion, travelling on long journeys, often late at night when ideas tend to mutate & evolve in a way which is less black & white, where finer subtleties appear.”

    Ultimately ‘I O U O M E’  is an absorbing album, rich with melody, melancholy and wit. With the addition of Tom English (Maximo Park) on drums, and additional vocals from Eternal Summers’ Nicole Yun, the album powers into sonorous focus, never lapsing, it is a full-blown journey that is saying something worth hearing and for Lloyd, the end result this time, is his alone.

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    CD 1

    01. Melanie – Do You Believe 5:26
    02. Joan Baez – Blessed Are… 3:05
    03. The Pentangle – Last Flight 3:16
    04. Dana Gillespie – Foolish Seasons 2:13
    05. Judy Roderick – Someone To Talk My Troubles To 2:42
    06. John & Beverly Martyn – Auntie Aviator 6:03
    07. The Serpent Power – Flying Away 4:29
    08. Joan Armatrading – It Could Have Been Better 4:20
    09. Jude – Morning Morgantown 2:39
    10. Mandy More – If Not By Fire 4:26
    11. Laura Nyro – Upstairs By A Chinese Lamp 5:36
    12. Susan Pillsbury – I Thought I Knew The Answers 2:27
    13. Jaki Whitren – Give Her The Day 2:47
    14. Wendy & Bonnie – By The Sea 4:04
    15. Jackie DeShannon – Come And Stay With Me 3:06
    16. Marianne Faithfull – Something Better 2:53
    17. Spirogyra – An Everyday Consumption Song 4:29
    18. Polly Niles – The Milk Of The Tree 1:53
    19. Nico – Chelsea Girls 7:26
    20. Mary-Anne – Reverie For Roslyn 1:16

    CD 2

    01. Stone Poneys Featuring Linda Ronstadt – Different Drum 2:39
    02. Eclection – Please 2:58
    03. Jade – Five Of Us 4:08
    04. The Simon Sisters – Who Has Seen The Wind 2:20
    05. Judee Sill – Jesus Was A Cross Maker 3:29
    06. The Woods Band – January’s Snows 4:24
    07. Trader Horne – In My Loneliness 2:25
    08. Janis Ian – Society’s Child (Baby I’ve Been Thinking) 3:14
    09. Lily & Maria – I Was 4:00
    10. Mellow Candle – Feeling High 2:22
    11. Tomorrow Come Someday – Tomorrow Come Sunday 2:30
    12. Julie Covington – My Silks And Fine Array 4:58
    13. Norma Waterson – Red Wine And Promises 3:05
    14. Mr Fox – Mr Fox 5:45
    15. Buffy Saint-Marie – The Dream Tree 2:37
    16. The Academy Featuring Polly Perkins – Munching The Candy 2:56
    17. Sandy Denny – Late November 4:30
    18. Hendrickson Road House – Tomorrow Your Sorrow 3:43
    19. Chuck & Mary Perrin – Mornings 3:28
    20. Lesley Duncan – Mr Rubin 6:53

    CD 3

    01. Chimera – Come Into The Garden 5:38
    02. Diane Hindebrand – Early Morning Blues And Greens 3:15
    03. Susan Christie – Rainy Day 3:11
    04. Bridget St. John – Autumn Lullaby 3:00
    05. Principal Edwards Magic Theatre – Ballad (Of The Big Girl 2:45
    Now And A Mere Boy)
    06. Ruthann Friedman – Windy 2:29
    07. Design – The Lonely 3:02
    08. Shelagh McDonald – Mirage 4:04
    09. Mary Hopkin – Aderyn Llwyd (Sparrow) 3:11
    10. Vashti Bunyan – Love Song 2:00
    11. Bonnie Dobson – Winter’s Going 2:42
    12. Anne Briggs – Sandman’s Song 5:03
    13. The Bunch – When Will I Be Loved 3:16
    14. Carolanne Pegg – The Lady And The Well 4:36
    15. Margo Guryan – Think Of Rain 2:26
    16. Ithaca – Story Of Our Time / Beneath The Sky 3:00
    17. Trees – Murdoch 5:10
    18. The Sally Angie – Banquet On The Water 4:46
    19. Emily Muff – Pass The Night 7:22
    20. Mimi Farina – Morgan The Pirate 5:41

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  • 08/07/17--09:50: Macaco
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    Macaco Est Un Musicien Des Rues De Barcelona, Accompagné de Musiciens 
    Du Monde Entier, Ils Jouent Une Rumba, Aux Accents De Ska, De Rock, De Funk
    De Reggae Ou Encore de Pop, Chanté En Castillano, Portugues, English, Italiano Ou Catala

    Macaco Es Un Musico De Los Calles De Barcelona, Acompañado De Musicos 
    Del Mundo Entero, Tocan Una Rumba, Con Accento De Ska, De Rock, De Funk
    De Reggae O Ademas de Pop, Canta En Castillano, Portugues, English, Italiano O Catala

    Macaco Is A Musician From The Street Of Barcelona, Accompanied By Musician
    From All Over The World, They Played A Rumba With Sounds Of Ska, Rock, Funk,
    Reggae O Pop Too, Sing In Castillano, Portugues, English, Italiano Or Catala 

    MP3 El Mono En El Ojo Del Tigre 1998
    FLAC El Mono En El Ojo Del Tigre 1998

    01 La Madera
    02 Gacho El Peleon
    03 La Raiz
    04 Tio Pedrito
    05 Delaveraveraboom
    06 La Rebelion
    07 Llamando A La Tierra
    08 Brujo Cavicho
    09 Tongo
    10 The Blow
    11 Mamahemp
    12 Caigan Que Caigan
    13 Quiero Ser Como Tu
    14 Chan Chan
    15 Delaveraveraboom- David Byrne Remix
    16 Demonios

    Rumbo Submarino 2002

    01 Rumbo Submarino
    02 S.O.S
    03 Brujula Pa Ya
    04 Na De Ti
    05 Ay No Veas
    06 33 Revoluciones
    07 Pirata De Agua Salada
    08 Arma 2 Filo
    09 La Maquina Del Tiempo
    10 Prisa Mata
    11 Burbuja Roja
    12 Incomunikaos
    13 Oro En El Stereo
    14 Tempestad
    15 Revuelta
    16 Mulata Descolora

    Entre Raices y Antenas 2004


    01 Intro (Raices)
    02 Emitiendo
    03 Todos
    04 Se Mueven
    05 Zona De Jaleo
    06 El Mundo De Los Sueños
    07 Giratutto
    08 Pasitos De Colores
    09 Loco
    10 Gemelos De Vicio
    11 Pisando Tierra
    12 Radio Boogaloo
    13 A Cuchillo- Bonus


    01 Intro (Antenas)
    02 El Murmullo
    03 People
    04 Corte De Luna
    05 Caminero
    06 Giratutto
    07 La Pocion
    08 Se Acabo El Baile
    09 Marea Negra
    10 Meu Amigo Gandhi
    11 Al Hambre Dulce
    12 Centro De Informacion De Tu Vida
    13 Giratutto- Bonus

    Giratutto Ep 2004

    01 Giratutto- Urban
    02 Giratutto- Sambita
    03 Giratutto- Reggae
    04 Giratutto- Acoustic
    05 Giratutto- Bossa Kick

    Ingravitto 2006

    01 Ingravitto
    02 Con La Mano Levanta- Feat Juanlu El Canijo
    03 Mama Tierra
    04 Crece La Voz- Feat Muchachito Bombo Inferno
    05 Brasil 3000- Feat B-Negão & Nacao Zumbi
    06 Somos Luz- Feat Lamari [Chambao]
    07 Fast Lane
    08 Sideral
    09 Como El Agua Cale- Feat Ms Maiko
    10 Bajo El Mismo Sol
    11 Hilo y Aguja
    12 Son Son
    13 Las Luces De La Ciudad- Feat Caparezza
    14 Paya

    Mama Tierra Ep 2007

    01 Mama Tierra
    02 Mama Tierra- Remix
    03 Mama Tierra- Unplugged

    Puerto Presente 2009

    01 Aqui Ahora
    02 Puerto Presente
    03 Tengo
    04 Moving
    05 Mensajes Del Agua
    06 Amor Marinero- Feat Rosario Flores
    07 Aüita
    08 Mundo Roto
    09 El Son De La Vida
    10 No Love
    11 Las Llaves Robadas
    12 Seguiremos
    13 La Ley Del Uno
    14 Arbol Torcio
    15 Vaiven
    16 La Vida Pirata
    17 Hacen Faltas Dos
    18 Soe
    19 No Me Pidas Que Te Bese Porque Te Besare
    20 Tengo- Tirtha Mystic Version
    21 Aüita- Dub Chill Remix

    El Vecindario 2010


    01 One Step- Feat Youssou N'Dour & Omou Sangare
    02 Seguiremos- Feat Manolo Garcia
    03 Mundo Roto- Feat Ximena Sarinana
    04 Monkey Man- Feat Michael Franti
    05 Delaveraveravoom- Feat Bebe
    06 Puerto Presente- Feat Fito Cabrales
    07 Somos Luz- Feat Lamari [Chambao]
    08 Sideral- Feat Fidel Nadal
    09 Giratutto- Feat Jorge Drexler
    10 Todos- Feat Marcelo D2


    01 Con La Mano Levanta- Feat Estopa
    02 S.O.S- Feat Brett Dennen
    03 Mensajes Del Agua- Feat Andrea Echeverri [Aterciopelados]
    04 Brazil 3000- Feat B-Negão & Nazao Zumbi
    05 Amor Marinero- Feat Rosario Flores
    06 Tengo- Feat La Shica
    07 Moving- Feat Seu Jorge
    08 Mama Tierra- Feat Natalia Lafourcade
    09 Crece La Voz- Feat Muchachito Bombo Infierno
    10 La Fragua Del Tiempo

    El Murmullo Del Fuego 2012

    01 Intro
    02 Una Sola Voz
    03 La Llama
    04 Love Is The Only Way
    05 Sol
    06 La Memoria De Mis Pulgares
    07 Caminaré
    08 Quema
    09 Calling Out Your Name
    10 Brindo Por Ti
    11 Lagrimas Secas
    12 Dime
    13 La Republica De La Tramuntana
    14 Hoy
    Historias Tattooadas 2015

    01 La Huella
    02 Historias Tattooadas
    03 Hijos De Un Mismo Dios
    04 Good Morning Soledad
    05 Volar
    06 Ratapampam
    07 Gastame Los Labios
    08 Semillas
    09 Me Fui A Ser Feliz
    10 Dancing Man 53
    11 La Distancia
    12 Arriba Las Banderas
    13 Coincidir
    14 Piel Sobre Piel
    15 Me Olvide De Vivir
    16 Perdi

    Collaboraciones Vol.I

    Amparanoïa- El Coro De Mi Gente
    Amparanoïa- El Destino
    Amparanoïa- Fabi La Negra
    Amparanoïa- Trabajar
    Banda Ionica- Espinita
    Blasted Mechanism- Sunshine
    Dusminguet- One Way (Remix Con Dani Macaco)
    El Canijo De Jerez- Colgado De Las Nubes
    Estopa- No Quierto Verla Mas
    Gossos- Corren
    Gossos- Corren (Live a L'Auditori)
    Koalas- All Night- Feat Macaco, Jaqee & Bezegol
    Los De Abajo- Anda Levanta (Go On, Rise Up)
    Los De Abajo- El Indio (Urban Indian)
    Los De Abajo- El Indio (Macaco Remix)
    Los De Abajo- El Loco (The Madman)
    Los De Abajo- Sr.Judas- Feat Macaco & Amparo Sanchez
    Michael Franti & Spearhead Feat Dani Macaco- The Sound Of Sunshine
    Ojos De Brujo- Rumba Dub Style
    Patriarcas De La Rumba- Me Voy Pa Cachimbamba
    Peret y Ojos de Brujo & Macaco- El Gitano Anton
    Zuco 103- Duele Le Le

                                                    CONCERTS -- CONCIERTOS -- LIVES

    Festival Eurosonic, Groningen 14-01-05

    01 Intro
    02 Emitiendo
    03 Loco
    04 Se Mueven
    05 S.O.S
    06 Scratch
    07 Zona De Jaleo
    08 Pirata De Agua Salada
    09 Pasitos De Colores
    10 Todos

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    De nuevo 100 minutos en soledad. Recorremos la geografía y sus músicas. Para más detalles: TIME AND TRACK LIST 01.-00:00:00 mark eliyahu - journey 02.-00:04:44 timothy wenzel - murmuration 03.-00:08:48 jim stubblefield - azure 04.-00:13:31 rick sparks - first love 05.-00:17:55 catherine marie charlton - nonesuch (the wind) 06.-00:22:10 michelle qureshi - radiant ones 07.-00:27:28 david wells - hands of time 08.-00:31:21 kerani - beyond 09.-00:37:36 jim stubblefield - oculus tempestatis 10.-00:44:47 timothy wenzel - incantations 11.-00:49:13 david wells - hymn of peace and joy 12.-00:53:51 timbo jon - wemberly worried 13.-00:57:23 david wells - traveling light 14.-01:01:49 kerani - stardust 15.-01:07:47 michelle qureshi - dreaming in color 16.-01:11:14 catherine marie charlton - i dream about this world 17.-01:17:54 lynn tredeau - the last mile 18.-01:21:28 paul avgerinos - golden threads 19.-01:24:35 rick sparks - tokyo rain 20.-01:29:25 catherine marie charlton - off at sea 21.-01:33:59 kerani - gravity :: ..

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    The Klezmatics - Jews With Horns (1995)

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    Download Zahid_Brifkani-Sulav-2000-GCP Free
    Artist: Zahid Brifkani
    Title: Sulav
    Genre: Ethnic
    Year: 2000
    Format: MP3
    Bitrate: 224 Kbps
    Tracks: 14
    Time: 01:00:34
    Size: 101.98 MB

    01. Zahid Brifkani – Reso Lawo (5:32)
    02. Zahid Brifkani – Baran Bari (6:40)
    03. Zahid Brifkani – Ketim Derya Evine (6:18)
    04. Zahid Brifkani – Bihuri (6:48)
    05. Zahid Brifkani – Durim Durim (5:11)
    06. Zahid Brifkani – Bawerke Ji Min Lo (4:33)
    07. Zahid Brifkani – Hey Lo Li Min (5:54)
    08. Zahid Brifkani – Can Can (5:35)
    09. Zahid Brifkani – Ciya (5:35)
    10. Zahid Brifkani – Xeribi (1:16)
    11. Zahid Brifkani – Xem (3:23)
    12. Zahid Brifkani – Kocer (1:51)
    13. Zahid Brifkani – Behdinan (0:53)
    14. Zahid Brifkani – Derya Durim (1:05)

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    Artist: Zahid Brifkani
    Title of Album: Sulav
    Genre: Ethnic
    Year of Release: 2000
    Tracks: 14
    Total Time: 1 hour and 34 seconds
    Format: MP3
    Bitrate: 224 Kbps
    Total Size: 101.84 MB

    # Song Title Artist Time
    01 Reso Lawo Zahid Brifkani 5:32
    02 Baran Bari Zahid Brifkani 6:40
    03 Ketim Derya Evine Zahid Brifkani 6:18
    04 Bihuri Zahid Brifkani 6:48
    05 Durim Durim Zahid Brifkani 5:11
    06 Bawerke Ji Min Lo Zahid Brifkani 4:33
    07 Hey Lo Li Min Zahid Brifkani 5:54
    08 Can Can Zahid Brifkani 5:35
    09 Ciya Zahid Brifkani 5:35
    10 Xeribi Zahid Brifkani 1:16
    11 Xem Zahid Brifkani 3:23
    12 Kocer Zahid Brifkani 1:51
    13 Behdinan Zahid Brifkani 0:53
    14 Derya Durim Zahid Brifkani 1:05

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    Alex ClineDespite being a key participant in the “Left Coast” scene of more avant-leaning music from the American west coast — in particular, part of the Cryptogramophone imprint that, while less active than in its “glory days” during the first years of the new millennium — Alex Cline releases so infrequently as a leader that any new music from the percussionist / composer is worthy of attention. That he has flown so far under the radar, in recent years, that his last Cryptogramophone release, 2013’s For People in Sorrow, was largely (and unfairly) overlooked. Thankfully, that’s not the case with Oceans of Vows, a sumptuous two-disc set that documents a two-hour suite of music — two parts, each consisting of five movements — inspired by and revolving around several…

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    …Buddhist texts and poetry, the result of a grant awarded to Cline in early 2015, culminating in its premiere at California State University, Northridge’s Plaza del Sol Concert Hall in October the same year, followed by two days of recording in the studio.

    When it’s a major work such as this—and with a fourteen-piece ensemble that, amongst others, includes guitarists GE Stinson and the percussionist’s twin brother, Nels Cline, alongside violinists Miguel Atwood-Ferguson and Cryptogramophone label head Jeff Gauthier, percussionist Brad Dutz, keyboardist Wayne Peet, flautist Will Salmon and bassist/keyboardist Scott Walton—it’s too easy to fall back on descriptors like “sweeping,” “bold,” “ambitious” and “epic.” While, in some ways, every one of these words can be used to describe parts of Oceans of Vows, in many ways such grand words deflect from others that are far more appropriate. Given Buddhism’s selfless ambitions—and, as Cline’s own liners describe, the percussionist’s “musical settings of small excerpts from the voluminous Buddhist scripture known as the Avatamsaka Sutra or Flower Garland Discourse, combined with four-plus thematically related poems by my spiritual teacher, the Vietnamese Zen Buddhist master Thich Nhat Hanh”—it seems almost contrary to the faith’s fundamental tenets to use such potentially broad, self-indulgent terms.

    That’s not to suggest that there aren’t plenty of passionate, hard-hitting moments throughout a recording whose earlier precedents include, in particular, Cline’s back-to-back Cryptogramophone releases Sparks Fly Upward (1999) and The Constant Flame (2000), both of which had their genesis in The Lamp and the Star (ECM, 1989) and Montsalvat (Ninewinds, 1995). Unlike more recent, improv-heavy Cline-led dates including Cloud Plate (Cryptogramophone, 2005) and Continuation (Cryptogramophone, 2009), Oceans of Vows returns to his earlier albums’ seamless combination of form and freedom, despite the line between the two being often blurred…or, in some cases, dissolved completely.

    But with a sizeable number of Oceans of Vows ten pieces commencing with the sound of the large temple bell Cline often uses to begin either performances or compositions, this album is, following the breakthrough of his Roscoe Mitchell homage For People in Sorrow, an even more substantial move forward and outward. Cline continues to mine a nexus where the multiplicity of diverse musical streams underscoring his evolving work over the years meets the Zen Buddhism studies and devotions that have been of equal, if not more, significance in defining his life’s path. Ordained in Thich Nhat Hanh’s Plum Village lineage, Cline’s commitment to Zen practice cannot help but inform his musical endeavours; but while that commitment is evident in his earlier work, it has never been more recognizable, more a driving force, more of a fundamental to the music than both his ten compositions on Oceans of Vows are…as are the exceptional performances he has drawn from his musical colleagues.

    The music often unfolds, gradually, patiently, but nowhere more, perhaps, than the episodic album opener “The Tree of Enlightenment,” where Cline’s temple bell, struck multiple times over the course of sixty seconds, is followed by a slow buildup of malleted gongs, building from a whisper to a virtual roar over the course of almost 90 seconds, before fading to black as a series of volume pedal-swelled guitar chords introduce an elegiac passage joined by vocalist Areni Agbabian’s soft introductory words, “Thus have I heard.” A brief section, freely improvised—where space and decay are as important as notes and pulses—leads to a long pedal tone that slowly assumes harmonic movement in an orchestral fashion, as Agbabian continues to bring words drawn from The Wonderful Adornments of the Leaders of the World to musical life: tranquil yet dramatic; calming yet compelling, even as her melodies begin to soar over the confluence of all that came before, with hints of middle eastern tonalities combined with more oriental concerns as the music fades away, leaving a percussion section that slowly assumes a steady pulse, with Agbabian returning, this time accompanied by Yuko C. Honda’s otherworldly samples.

    The addition of Chi Li to the ensemble is key to Oceans of Vows‘ marriage of the oriental and occidental, with traditional Chinese bowed instruments (the erhu and zhonghu ) augmented with the plucked and/or struck zither-like zheng and qin to add cultural verisimilitude and a unique blend with Gauthier’s electric and Atwood-Ferguson’s electric 5-string violin. Further combined with cellist Maggie Parkins, Cline has an even broader musical palette upon which to draw than even the sheer size of his Flower Garland Orchestra might suggest. Bells and other tuned percussion combine with Li’s work to turn “A Flash of Lightning” into a more oriental-leaning piece, with Agbabian’s delivery of text from The Practice of Universal Good representing some of the first disc’s most deeply melodic and profoundly beautiful music, as it leads to words, chanted by the entire ensemble, that articulate some of the paradoxes that make the study of Zen Buddhism truly a lifelong commitment:

    “This is because that is; that is because this is.
    This is not because that is not; that is not because this is not.”

    In addition to Agbabian’s singing, pre-recorded readings are peppered throughout the suite. Offered to Thich Nhat Hanh by Cline in honor of his 89th birthday (or, as Hanh prefers, “continuation day”), the proceeds from the live performance were also donated to Cline’s Zen master to help defray medical costs associated with treatment for a severe stroke suffered in the fall of 2014; how endemic of Zen Buddhism that Cline writes, “I have to confess that when I first conceived of this work, I did not envision it as a piece of music designed to honor my teacher. I actually always imagined that any such piece I might offer him would be something more humble, small, simple, quiet and intimate.” Indeed, portions of Oceans of Vows are far from intimate—in particular the riff-driven, rock-informed opening of “The Incalcuable,” with Peet’s progressive rock-inspired organ fills between the vocal lines; still, even that relatively short, relentless piece concluded with a coda of greater gentility and calming quietude.

    With a cast this outstanding, it will come as no surprise that there are, embedded within Oceans of Vows more detailed construction and freer predilections, plenty of impressive solos to be found. Brother Nels contributes characteristically unpredictable solos (with four identified, the most solos of any participant): his feature on the first disc’s closer, “We Will Be Back Again,” driven by his brother’s firm but open-ended backbeat, moves from lyric fusion to more abstract, electronics/preparation-driven climaxes, while his solo during the album’s penultimate track “Interbeing” epitomizes his brother’s lifelong pursuits with a soft, pliant approach to gentle melodism that beautifully sets up a combination of Salmon’s flute and Parkins’ cello. Both are supported by tuned bells to create a dreamy, pacifying cloud of sound that bolster Agbabian’s soft delivery of the final, soothing words from Hanh’s poem:

    “Therefore you know
    that as long as you continue to breathe,
    I continue to be in you.”

    Elsewhere, Stinson contributes idiosyncratic slide guitar to the gentle atmosphere of “The Voice of the Buddha,” contrasting with Salmon’s warm flute and Agbabian’s appealing lower register singing, while Li’s zheng contrasts and conjoins with Guthier’s electric violin on “The Old Mendicant” to create a sound imbued of antiquity while, at the same time, possessed of an unequivocally modernist bent. Elsewhere, on the spare, curiously Miles Davis-tinged “We Will Be Back Again,” Atwood-Ferguson is given the chance to solo more expansively, with wah wah’d guitar and muscular drums at the foundation of a piece that, nevertheless, moves between tranquility and unassailable groove as Agbabian’s vocal interlude leads to another lengthy solo from guitarist Cline, as he once again demonstrates his encyclopedic knowledge of his instrument and the various effects through which he feeds it, as he builds a solo as imbued with moments of microtonality as it is alien sonics and fluid virtuosity.

    Packaged in a simple but beautifully designed clamshell box, Oceans of Vows‘ two CDs are joined by two booklets: one, featuring the texts recited or sung throughout the suite; the another, including detailed production information and lengthy, informative liners from Alex Cline and friend, musical collaborator (albeit not in this group) and Dharma brother Peter Kuhn, along with 17 pages of beautiful color shots from the live performance and a group shot from the studio sessions.

    Both a career milestone and current culmination, Oceans of Vows could also have been called Sangam, the Indian word for confluence that has graced ECM recordings by both Charles Lloyd and Trygve Seim, for it is, indeed, representative of the place where the many things occupying Cline’s life—musical and otherwise—have come together. If Cline’s deeper spirituality was hinted at strongly on previous albums, with Oceans of Vows the percussionist has found a successful marriage that few musicians achieve; and with a group as empathic, virtuosic yet selflessly committed to realizing the demands of this music as is Cline’s Flower Garland Orchestra (and the good fortune of a grant to fund it), the end result is a recording as beautiful to hold as it is to hear, and as inspirational to hear as it is to read both the Buddhist texts that inspired the music and Cline and Kuhn’s notes.

    Engineer Rich Breen’s characteristic attention to sonic detail brings every layer (and there are, at times, a great many), every musical contribution, to vivid life, just as the Flower Garland Orchestra lifts Cline’s music off the written page and into an existence that even the percussionist himself might not have anticipated when he first began the journey to realizing this project.

    Oceans of Vows may not overtly aspire to greatness—that would be contrary to the humility that is one of the ten sacred qualities of Avalokite Bodhisattva (Buddha of Compassion)—but it is great, nevertheless…certainly Cline’s most impressive recording to date. And if it would be, somehow, wrong to use terms like “sweeping,” “bold,” “ambitious” or “epic” to describe it, the expansive, musically diverse and cinematically inspiring Oceans of Vows nevertheless remains Cline’s farthest-reaching, musically and philosophically inclusive—and just plain impressive—recording of his career.

    Personnel: Areni Agbabian: voice, bells (CD1#2); Chi Li: erhu, zhonghu, zheng, qin, featured zhonghu (CD1#2), voice (CD1#2), bells (CD1#2), featured qin (CD1#3), featured zheng (CD1#4, CD2#3), featured erhu (CD2#5); Jeff Gauthier: electric violin, voices (CD1#2), bells (CD1#2), featured electric violin (CD1#4); Miguel Atwood-Ferguson: electric 5-string violin, voices (CD1#2), bells (CD1#2), featured electric 5-string violin (CD1#5, CD2#5); Maggie Parkins: cello, featured cello (CD2#1, CD2#4); Will Salmon: flute, recorders, voices (CD1#2), bells (CD1#2), featured flute (CD1#3, CD2#4); Nels Cline: electric guitars, voices (CD1#2), bells (CD1#2), featured electric guitar (CD1#5, CD2#1, CD2#4-5); GE Stinson: electric guitars, voices (CD1#2), bells (CD1#2), featured slide guitar (CD1#3), featured electric guitar (CD2#1); Wayne Peet: electric piano, organ, voices (CD1#2), bells (CD1#2), featured organ (CD2#2); Yuka C. Honda: electric keyboards, samples, featured samples (CD1#2), voices (CD1#2), bells (CD1#2); Scott Walton: bass, keyboard, voices (CD1#2), bells (CD1#2), featured bass (CD2#3); Brad Dutz: vibraphone, hand drums, crotales, gongs, percussion, voices (CD1#2), bells (CD1#2), featured percussion (CD1#5); Alex Cline: drums, gongs, percussion, voices (CD1#2), bells (CD1#2), featured percussion (CD2#5); Vicki Ray: conductor, voices (CD1#2), bells (CD1#2); Thich Nhat Hanh: pre-recorded voice; Brother Phap Khe: pre-recorded voice; Duc Nguyen: pre-recorded voice; Brother Phap Hai: pre-recorded voice; Sister Dang Nghiem: pre-recorded voice.

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    NidiaSix years since the Lisbon label was born, describing the music on Prìncipe remains a tricky task. Numerous genre descriptors swirl around its strange and vivid records — “kuduro, batida, kizomba, funaná, tarrachinha,” reads one label biography. Formulas are broken more often than they are upheld. Perhaps Prìncipe’s one constant is flux. As the label’s Pedro Gomes said to Ryan Keeling in 2014, “This music has been brewing for centuries, through the slave trade, through immigration, and now through digital technology.”
    Made by Afro-Portuguese producers in Lisbon’s poor neighbourhoods, it channels flows between Portugal, its former colonies and the rest of the world, and between the city and its deprived suburbs.

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    This state of flux is coded into Nídia‘s music. She grew up in Lisbon but moved to Bordeaux when she was 14, and her music echoes this displacement. On her debut release, 2014’s Estudio Da Mana on Brother Sister Records, was a track called “V.A.G.G.”: V.A. for Vale De Amoreira, the ghetto where she grew up and where “kuduro ruled”; G.G. for ghetto gang, “because it’s my ghetto and my gang. I was always told not to forget where I come from.” Two years later, on her debut album proper, is “I Miss My Ghetto,” whose melancholy piano chords are fractured into stark shapes over a wildly broken groove.

    This emotional edge might help explain why Nídia (formerly Nídia Minaj, after a musical idol of hers) has become one of Príncipe’s more widely known artists. Though 2015’s Danger, her Príncipe debut and breakout record, packed plenty of dance floor heat, there were some surprisingly gentle moments among the neck-snapping drum loops. Nídia É Má, Nídia É Fudida, her debut album, has its tender spots too. On “Underground,” a liquid guitar lick loops morosely; right after, “House Musik Dedo” ups the melodrama with a brash lead and heat-woozy chord stabs.

    But Nídia’s music isn’t just sad. More than her past releases, Nídia É Má, Nídia É Fudida demonstrates her range, twisting the unplaceable grooves of the Afro-Portuguese style into numerous intriguing shapes. There’s thunderous beat science (“É Da Banda”, where toms, snares and kicks form a dynamo of flailing limbs), shrill fanfares of digi-brass (“Mulher Profissional” and “Arme,” at opposite ends of the record, both headache-inducing), Belgian-style rave gear (“Biotheke”) and a detour into tarrachinha slow-mo (the sly “Puro Tarraxo”). As an album, it’s scrappy. Nídia’s short, anarchic tracks were never going to play nicely in the LP format. But as a document of a sound in flux, it’s as bold and fascinating as anything on the label. —

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    En un blog sobre nuevas músicas no podía faltar Brian Eno, pionero que marcó tendencias en el género ambient. Este mágico disco que os presento es todo un clásico y el primero de una serie de 4 álbumes que forman parte de Ambient 1. Después vendrían más series. El disco consta de 4 paisajes sonoros minimalistas que se idearon para su escucha en algún aeropuerto imaginario, de hecho se instaló una temporada en la Terminal Aérea Marina del Aeropuerto LaGuardia de Nueva York.

    Todos los temas fueron compuestos por Eno a excepción del primero que tuvo a Robert Wyatt (ex Soft Machine) como colaborador y a Rhett Davies como productor.

    Todo está creado a base de bucles que se repiten cada x tiempo con cambios sutiles y la verdad es que el resultado final queda bastante variado.

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    Artist: Various artists
    Title: Best Of Blues & Roots 2017
    Year Of Release: 2017
    Label: Universal Music
    Genre: Blues, Indie, Folk, Rock
    Quality: FLAC (tracks)
    Total Time: 2:14:28
    Total Size: 850 MB

    ABC Music is releasing a 2CD compilation celebrating the most popular, most loved and the most played Blues & Roots tracks of the past year. Featuring huge hits and festival favourites both locally and abroad, this compilation pays homage to respected stalwarts as well as embracing the new generation of Blues & Roots music.
    Featuring Kaleo, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, City and Colour, Michael Kiwanuka, The Waifs, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Dan Sultan, Billy Bragg & Joe Henry, Taasha Coates and many more stellar Blue & Roots artists.
    Track Listing:
    CD 1:
    1. Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats – Parlor
    2. The Record Company – Off The Ground
    3. Dan Sultan – Magnetic
    4. St. Paul & The Broken Bones – All I Ever Wonder
    5. Hollie Smith – Water Or Gold
    6. Matt Andersen – Honest Man
    7. Ash Grunwald – Hammer
    8. Son Little – All Wet
    9. Elli Schoen – Mumma
    10. Dustin Tebbutt – Wooden Heart
    11. William Crighton – Hope Recovery (Talking To God)
    12. The Stray Birds – Shining In The Distance
    13. The Wilson Pickers – Pulled Apart By Horses
    14. Halfway – Bret Canham’s Leather Jacket
    15. Timberwolf – Washed Out
    16. Billy Bragg & Joe Henry – Hobo’s Lullaby
    17. Esmé Patterson – Yours And Mine
    18. Jeff Lang – Fugitive Ghosts
    CD 2:
    1. River Whyless – All Day All Night
    2. Kaleo – Way Down We Go
    3. Max Jury – Numb
    4. Michael Kiwanuka – Love & Hate (UK Radio Edit)
    5. Turin Brakes – Save You
    6. City and Colour – Peaceful Road
    7. Andrew Phelan – Young Hearts (Live)
    8. Josh Pyke & Sydney Symphony Orchestra – The Summer
    9. The Waifs – Ironbark
    10. Winterbourne – To Get To Know You
    11. Busby Marou – Getaway Car
    12. Tami Neilson – Holy Moses
    13. Melbourne Ska Orchestra – Mercy Lord
    14. Taasha Coates – High Times
    15. Pierce Brothers – Overdose
    16. Raised By Eagles – Shape & Line
    17. All Our Exes Live In Texas – Boundary Road

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    Artist: Magna Carta
    Title: Old Masters & New Horizons
    Year Of Release: 1991
    Label: Vertigo
    Genre: Folk-Rock, Progressive Folk
    Quality: MP3 320 Kbps
    Total Time: 01:16:38
    Total Size: 240 Mb

    01. Romeo Jack (03:35)
    02. Elisabethan (02:39)
    03. Airport Song (03:43)
    04. Autmn Song/Epilogue (04:17)
    05. Time For The Leaving (04:10)
    06. Sponge (02:23)
    07. Wayfarin’ (03:48)
    08. Roll On (03:08)
    09. Wish It Was (03:35)
    10. Two Old Friends (03:34)
    11. Father John (06:45)
    12. Isn’t It Funny (02:34)
    13. Nothing So Bad (03:51)
    14. Mixed Up Sensations (03:25)
    15. Old Man (02:15)
    16. I’m Gonna Take You Down (03:23)
    17. You Are Only What You Are (03:43)
    18. Stop Bringing Me Down (03:47)
    19. One Man’s Heaven (04:32)
    20. You And I (04:37)
    21. Forever (02:57)

    Magna Carta’s cheerful, gentle style of progressive folk is of the lightest caliber, conjuring up images of light sunny days, quiet English meadows, and long strolls along a cascading stream. Old Masters & New Horizons is a compilation, with tracks taken mainly from 1973’s Lord of the Ages album and Seasons, their second-best effort. The focus is on the elegant acoustic guitar playing of Chris Simpson, who establishes an enchanting folk breeze with the steel and Spanish guitar, while his singing is perfectly nimble and unheeding. With the help of a couple of different woodwind instruments and the mouth harp, Magna Carta’s sound floats and hovers with the utmost serenity, best heard on "The Airport Song" and "Elisabethan" from the Seasons album. A few of the tracks pick up a little bit, with the subtle blues feel of "Roll On" straying the farthest from their original sound, but are refreshing nonetheless. There are hints of Simon & Garfunkel throughout, or Crosby, Stills & Nash’s style of vocal harmonizing emanating through nearly every track, but the emphasis still resides on the string work, making "Wish It Was" and "Nothing So Bad" sound slightly more revived than most traditional folk music. Magna Carta’s music basks in the same gently plucked notes and buoyant melodies on all of their albums, so Old Masters & New Horizons is really all that is required.


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    Artist: Infinit
    Title: NSMLM
    Year Of Release: 2017
    Label: Don Dada Records
    Genre: French Hip-Hop
    Quality: m4a 256 kbps
    Total Time: 00:25:31
    Total Size: 47 mb

    01. Intro
    02. Aloura le zin
    03. Laisse-nous
    04. Cru
    05. Secte Abdoulaye (feat. Veust)
    06. Dans le coin
    07. Sud-Est
    08. Porsche

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    Artist: Jon and Roy
    Title: The Road Ahead is Golden
    Year Of Release: 2017
    Label: Blue Heron Music
    Genre: Folk, Acoustic
    Quality: 320 kbps
    Total Time: 30:01
    Total Size: 101 MB

    01. Runner 02:42
    02. Breakdown 02:34
    03. The Better Life 03:39
    04. Clever One 03:22
    05. How the Story Goes 02:22
    06. Window 02:32
    07. When You’re Gone 02:58
    08. Silent Lou 02:32
    09. The Road Ahead Is Golden 03:45
    10. Nothing but Everything 03:35

    Long time band mates Jon Middleton and Roy Vizer began by releasing music together when they were university students.
    The songs on this new album are a subtle mix of the Kings of Leon and Bruce Springsteen together with at times, the country feel of the Bellamy Brothers. That might sound like a mix of influences but I can hear that many times on the album.
    The album opens up with Runner, an acoustic track that weaves its way into your brain and makes you remember the melody for the rest of the day.
    The Better Day has an optimistic lyric whilst the track itself could be a Kings of Leon song. For me the track is one of the best on the album.


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