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- 08/08/17--13:37: Yemi Alade Live at Playstation Theater
- 08/08/17--14:28: Martha Wainwright – Goodnight City (2016)
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Title: Music From Central Asia
Bitrate: 246 Kbps
Size: 119.16 MB
01. Ochilbek Matchonov – Unrequited Love (4:32)
02. Ochilbek Matchonov – The Legend Of A Life (4:26)
03. Ochilbek Matchonov – Be A Man (3:36)
04. Ochilbek Matchonov – The Soul Aches (3:57)
05. Ochilbek Matchonov – Resigned Love (5:25)
06. Ochilbek Matchonov – Think How To Live (3:15)
07. Ochilbek Matchonov – Thanks Be To God (39:41)
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The Pretenders were back. And this wasn’t a cynical brand reboot, more a happy accident. Hynde shrugs, “These things happen. It’s just a name.” Having effectively reformed her groundbreaking band, Hynde decided to rechristen the record. With characteristic perversity, she called it Alone. Thirty-six years after The Pretenders’ first album, Alone could be the older, wiser, badder sister to that exhilarating debut. “It’s a riot,” said Chrissie Hynde. “I am blown away myself. I really am. Every time I hear it, it just makes me laugh. To me if you are laughing, it is rock and roll. I don’t know how we achieved it but it sounds classic. I guess the team just went out and scored some goals.”
The team, approvingly described by Hynde as “real people playing real instruments,” features Johnny Cash’s former bass player Dave Roe and country rocker Kenny Vaughan on guitar plus sundry members of Dan Auerbach’s side project The Arcs: Richard Swift on drums, Leon Michels on keyboards and Russ Pahl providing sly curlicues of pedal steel. All the while, Auerbach stood as captain, producer, multi-instrumentalist – he unleashes some outlandish electric guitar – and all around a cool head.
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A veteran of Motown’s studio, Jack Ashford struck out on his own in the late ’60s, helping to launch the Detroit soul imprint Pied Piper in the mid-’60s. Once Pied Piper shuttered in 1967, Ashford set off on his own, opening a production company fittingly called Just Productions. Ace’s 2016 compilation Jack Ashford: Just Productions collects 24 of these tracks cut between 1968 and 1976. None of these were widely heard, and six of them receive their first release on this disc, so it’s essentially a heavy dose of rare soul. Like a lot of compilations of rare ’60s soul, a good portion of this comp could be conceivably dubbed Northern Soul — it pulses to that joyous Detroit groove, plus the definition of Northern Soul keeps expanding — but what makes Jack Ashford: Just Productions appealing to soul fans with something more than dancing on their mind, is a nice selection of smooth ballads and, especially, the high level of studio expertise and songcraft exhibited on this record. This isn’t to say that the music is filled with sides that could’ve been hits in an alternate universe; as expertly constructed as they are, they’re not galvanizing songs, and Ashford remained fond of the sound of the ’60s well into the ’70s. Instead, this disc shows the power of craft, with the musicians in Ashford’s crew operating on nearly same level of skill as their compatriots at Motown and turning out singles that captured all the glories of the golden age of studio soul.
On Sat., August 5, Afropop had the pleasure of seeing Nigerian pop star Yemi Alade at the Playstation Theater as part of her Mama Africa tour. Ever since Yemi Alade’s initial rise to fame in 2009, she has quickly taken hold of the Nigerian music scene and has topped charts in countries all across Africa. She has collaborated with musicians like Yung6ix, Falz, Flavour, Selebobo, Sauti Sol, and Phyno among other popular artists, and her music videos have reached upwards of 70 million views, including her sensational hit “Johnny,” which is YouTube’s most watched video uploaded by an African woman.
Before Yemi Alade peformed, we saw a powerful lineup of prominent and up-and-coming New York acts including Hoox, TNT, and Laolu NYC.
Zambian rapper Hoox offered a fun, energetic set of songs that celebrated the unity within the African diaspora.
This spirit of unity was sustained by multiple DJ’s who played tracks from all across the continent, and our host for the night got the crowd to shout out all of the countries they were representing on the floor before inviting volunteers from the audience to dance on stage and continue the celebration.
Next up was the local rap duo TNT, who offered up an exciting, fresh sound and bad-ass energy with tracks like “Royalty” – “When you’re royalty you don’t wait for nobody.”
The last group on stage before Yemi Alade was Laolu NYC. The Nigerian-born musician, visual artist, and human rights lawyer, Laolu Senbanjo, has collaborated with Béyonce, Alicia Keys, Seun Kuti, Angélique Kidjo, and many other prominent artists, incorporating aspects of Yoruba tradition into all of his work. His band featured guitar, tenor sax, bass, keyboard, drums with extremely tight and energetic funk-rock vibe. He sang in both English and Yoruba on songs like “Mama Africa,” which connects his experiences with the “Yoruba nation” to the realities of black America – “I didn’t know I was black until I moved to America.”
Though the wait for Yemi Alade was much longer than anyone in the audience had expected due to unforeseen delays, it was all worth it when Yemi Alade and the Ovasabi Band walked out and immediately took control of the stage. The way Yemi Alade interacted with the crowd made you feel like you’ve known her your whole life. She apologized for the delay, told us how beautiful we were, took the time to sing happy birthday to a fan, and even invited a fan up on stage to serenade in front of the whole room. Almost all of the music she featured was from her latest album Mama Africa, and the songs ranged from infectious dance tracks to sensual ballads that made you want to sing and dance well into the morning.
Yemi Alade singing “Happy Birthday” to an audience member.
Yemi Alade serenading an audience member.
Yemi Alade Wrapped Up Her Tour At Play Station Theater In New York This Saturday With An Uber Amazing Show And Handled That Stage With Such Showmanship, Discipline And Professional That Can Only Be Compared With The Very Very Best In The World. Ask Any Of The 100,000 People That Saw Her In One Of The 12 Cities That She Played At. In fact Ask 7X Grammy Awards Winner @commissionerg Who Was At The NY Show. Yes!! She Did THAT!!! @theoluwaseye
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Thank you USA !!!
Performing before over 10,000 people in 12 cities with My @officialOvasabiband was a dream come true.🤗 pic.twitter.com/QQNnrEBXPQ
— #MamaAfrique (@yemialadee) August 6, 2017
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Her debut EP, Bloody Mother Fucking Asshole, dealt in the intensely personal and the viscerally emotional, but when she followed it up with a self-titled full-length in 2005, things were poppier, airier and palpably more mellow. It was her second LP three years later that felt like the point at which she’d properly matured, setting the wit and insight of her earlier work against lusher production and sharper arrangements. Far from continuing in the same vein, though, Wainwright took a left turn, following I Know You’re Married But I’ve Got Feelings Too with a tastefully-done live album of Edith Piaf covers a year later.
As terrific a showcase for Wainwright’s vocal ability as that record was, the beginnings of an identity crisis seemed to be manifesting themselves on her third album proper, Come Home to Mama, a wildly diverse piece of work that swung from deep intimacy – the title was plucked from “Proserpina”, a version of the last song Wainwright’s mother wrote before she died – to ill-advised electro-pop (“Black Sheep”, “Can You Believe It”). The intervening years – as well as last year’s pleasantly breezy collaborative effort with her half-sister, Lucy Wainwright Roche – seem to have served as a palate cleanser; LP4, Goodnight City, harks back to the accomplished tone of I Know You’re Married But…
Not that Wainwright’s done things by the book. Only half of the 12 songs on the record are her own compositions; the rest have been written by or with close collaborators, including brother Rufus, Beth Orton and Glen Hansard. The album’s triumph lies in its cohesion, especially given the disjointed nature of Come Home to Mama; you get the sense that Wainwright was happy, here, to bend the songs she didn’t write to her own specification rather than run with the blueprint she was handed. “Look Into My Eyes”, a co-write with her aunt, Kate McGarrigle, and cousin, Lily Lanken, is a case in point, taking a slew of different ideas that shouldn’t really work together – fluttering synths, smoky saxophone and lyrics that flit between English and French – and melding them together to dramatic effect. Similar ideas are in play on Orton’s contribution, “Alexandria”; snatches of sinister brass and a consistently ominous piano generate a stormy atmosphere that Wainwright matches all the way with a swaggering vocal turn.
There are missteps, particularly “Take the Reins”, a weirdly subdued blues-folk turn that proves not even Wainwright can shine much light on the baffling acclaim that the track’s writer, Merrill Garbus of tUnE-yArDs, seems to garner from all corners. Those moments are few and far between, though, and most promising on Goodnight City is what a leap forward it represents from Come Home to Mama in terms of Wainwright nailing stylistic variation on her own cuts, from the gorgeous, country-flecked opener “Around the Bend” to the simmering tension of “Window”. Her most polished record to date, in every sense of the word.
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“No Exit” presents a best of collection of her live performances all over Europe. This new release truly shows why Marianne has reached iconic stardom status over the years. Her incredible voice and heart gripping stage aura have not ceased over the years. On the contrary, it is her statement to the world that she still knows how to move heart and soul of every music fan.
01. Intro 02:08
02. Falling Back 03:53
03. The Price of Love 02:32
04. Love More or Less 04:36
05. As Tears Go By 03:21
06. Mother Wolf 04:21
07. Sister Morphine 07:15
08. Late Victorian Holocaust 06:30
09. Sparrows Will Sing 04:19
10. The Ballad of Lucy Jordan 05:53
Artist: Billain | Album: Blockfield/Boogie | Released: 2013 | Genre: Drum Bass, Neurofunk | Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina | Duration: 00:13:12
Artist: Avi Rosenfeld & Marco Buono | Album: Many Years Ago | Released: 2017 | Genre: Rock, Classic Rock, Pop Rock | Country: Israel | Duration: 00:40:34
Artist: Avi Rosenfeld | Album: It Means | Released: 2014 | Genre: Rock, Classic Rock, Pop Rock | Country: Israel | Duration: 00:39:33
Artist: Deep Purple | Album: Johnnys Band | Released: 2017 | Genre: Rock | Country: UK | Duration: 00:24:04
Artist: Akhenaton | Album: Black Album | Released: 2002 | Genre: Hip-Hop
Artist: Accept | Album: The Rise Of Chaos | Label: Nuclear Blast | Catalog: NB 4012-2 | Country: Germany | Released: 2017 | Genre: Heavy Metal | Duration: 00:46:31
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Nick Lowes Abominable Showman was recorded with his post-Rockpile touring band Noise to Go. Following the blueprint of Rockpile, the band also featured a second lead vocalist in erstwhile Ace frontman Paul Carrack and had been featured on the Lowe-produced Carrack album Suburban Voodoo (as well as on this albums duet Wish You Were Here). This unit could play hard driving rock & roll and soulful pop music, all in evidence here from the opener (and concert favorite) Raging Eyes to the full on pop-soul of Time Wounds All Heels. And the band barnstormed the USA opening for the likes of The Cars and Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers which yields the bonus EP of live tracks from Clevelands Agora.
1. We Want Action
2. Raging Eyes
3. Cool Reaction
4. Time Wounds All Heels
5. Man Of A Fool
7. Wish You Were Here
8. Chicken And Feathers
9. Paid The Price
10. Mess Around With Love
11. Saint Beneath The Paint
12. How Do You Talk To An Angel
13. (Whats So Funny Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding? (Live) (Bonus Track)
14. Crackin Up (Live) (Bonus Track)
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Nick The Knife re-established Nick as a solo artist after Rockpiles final album (and the only one issued under the groups name!) Seconds of Pleasure. Rockpiles Terry Williams and Billy Bremner made contributions, but Nick also transitioned towards his new band Noise to Go by bringing back old friend Bobby Irwin, introducing bassist James Eller and Paul Carrack. The album features Nicks version of Heart (Bremner had sung it on the Rockpile album) as well as an eclectic survey of pop music styles from power pop to doo-wop. My Heart Hurts, penned with then-wife Carlene Carter, was the lead single. This reissue includes demo versions of Heart and Raining, Raining as well as the rarity (recorded around the same time) I Got a Job.
3. Stick It Where The Sun Don’t Shine
4. Queen Of Sheba
5. My Heart Hurts
6. Couldn’t Love You(any More Than I Do)
7. Let Me Kiss Ya
8. Too Many Teardrops
9. Ba Doom
10. Raining Raining
11. One’s Too Many (And A Hundred Ain’t Enough)
12. Zulu Kiss
13. Heart (Demo) (Bonus Track)
14. Raining Raining (Demo) (Bonus Track)
15. I Got a Job (Bonus Track)
Мантры Риг-веды, Упанишады Жанр : мантры Год выпуска диска : 2008 Производитель диска : Индия Аудио кодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 12:52:55 Описание : На протяжении тысячелетий и даже сейчас, многие люди в Индии практикуют повторение мантр.
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Singer-songwriter-activist Ani DiFranco has announced the release of her twentieth studio album Binary which is set for release on June 9th as a European joint venture between Aveline Records and Righteous Babe Records.
With Binary, the iconic singer/songwriter/activist/poet/DIY trendsetter returns to territory that brought Ani DiFranco to the world’s attention more than twenty-five years ago. One of the first artists to create her own label in 1990, she has been recognised among the feminist pantheon for her entrepreneurship, social activism, and outspoken political lyrics. At a time of global chaos and confusion, Ani DiFranco is kicking ass and taking names, with a set of songs offering a wide range of perspective and musical scope.
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Jenny Scheinman has announced she will release her new album Here On Earth on March 3 via Royal Potato Family. The record features 15 instrumental tracks from the violinist and songwriter’s score for the film Kannapolis: A Moving Portrait. Here On Earth also features guest spots from Danny Barnes, Bill Frisell, Robbie Fulks and Robbie Gjersoe.
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The music of Glenn Alexander & Shadowland brings these two seemingly disparate notions together into a band that evokes the soulful vibe of a historic honky tonk, while keeping you
guessing on what’s comin’ next. At its core, Shadowland is guitar-driven, horn-laced, in-your-face, rockin’,soulful, blues-drenched music.