Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Rick Braun (1998) Full Stride

Rick Braun (1998) Full Stride
FLAC | Mode: 8, Best Compression | 49:25 Min | 314 Mb
MP3 | 192 kbit/s | CBR | 63:44 Min | 72.5 Mb
Styles: Jazz, Jazz-Pop, Smooth Jazz, Crossover Jazz

A positive, tongue-in-cheek attitude infuses the trumpeter's Full Stride with a certain balmy optimism that contrasts with the dark moods of most of 1997's Body and Soul - and recalls the deeply grooving, party time atmosphere on his breakthrough Beat Street (1995). His relaxed, fun-seeking attitude is apparent from the start, with the catchy light funk of "A Very Good Thing" recalling the restless spirit of Beat Street's "Marty's Party"; he floats a percussive melody, complete with irresistible pop hooks, over his own tropical vibe harmony (on synth) and Dave Palmer's alternating deep drum groove and insistent high-hat. More Herb Alpert than Miles. Likewise, he teams with keyboardist Brian Culbertson and former Rufus guitarist Tony Maiden (who backs Braun's flugelhorn with an hypnotic clicking wah-wah effect throughout) to reflect the fast-paced street life of "Hollywood and Vine." On "One Love," he combines his muted trumpet with Culbertson's acoustic piano as a harmonic backdrop to a dreamy, swaying fl?gelhorn melody; the effect is a cool tension beneath a soaring spirit. "China Bath" plays like background music at an Asian massage parlor. Chuck Kentis finds a synth tone that approximates an Oriental stringed instrument, which he touches gracefully behind a gentle conversation by Braun and Peter White's acoustic guitar, all while a bubbly, trip-hop percussion groove rolls in the background. Then there is Moon Calhoun's croaking synth bass backing Braun's give and take with the echoing electric guitar of Bruce Conte. Following the lead of Chet Baker, Braun even doubles his own gentle vocal scat with the horn on "Magic Moment." ~ Review by Jonathan Widran ~

Artist: Rick Braun
Album: Full Stride
Label: Mesa/Bluemoon Records
Genre: Jazz
Styles: Jazz, Jazz-Pop, Smooth Jazz, Crossover Jazz
Original Release Date: September 15, 1998
Quality/Bitrate: FLAC / Mode: 8, Best Compression / 44.1 Khz / Stereo
Quality/Bitrate: MP3 / 192 kbit/s CBR / 44.1 Khz / Joint Stereo
Total Time: 49:25 Min
Website: http://www.rickbraun.com/

~ Track Listing ~
01. A Very Good Thing
02. Nightfall
03. Hollywood And Vine
04. One Love
05. Moonshot
06. China Bath
07. Magic Moment
08. Soul On Soul
09. South Of Midnight
10. Aqua Funk

Guest Performers: Jeff Golub, Brian Culbertson, Boney James, Peter White, Maysa Leak, also: Paul Brown, David Palmer, Chuck Kentis, Dave Palmer, Cliff Hugo, Donnell Spencer, Jr., Nils Jiptner, Tony Maiden, Bruce Conte, David Garfield, Michael White, Moon Calhoun, Curtis Brengle, Mitchel Forman, Carl Verheyen, John Menzano, Jack Daro, Nick Lane, Lee Thronburg.

Total size: 314 Mb [FLAC-CUE-Front Covers] | 72.5 Mb [MP3]

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Rod Stewart - Tonight I'm Yours
Classic Rock| MP3 | 320kbps | 99.35 MB | RS.com

Track List

"Tonight I'm Yours (Don't Hurt Me)"
"How Long" (Ace cover)
"Tora, Tora, Tora (Out With The Boys)"
"Tear It Up"
"Only A Boy"
"Just Like A Woman" (Bob Dylan cover)
"Young Turks"
"Never Give Up On A Dream"


Rod Stewart (vocals)
Jim Cregan (guitar, background vocals)
Jeff Baxter, Robin LeMesurier, Danny Johnson (guitar);
Byron Berline (fiddle)
Jimmy Zavala (harmonica, saxophone)
Kevin Savigar, Duane Hitchings (keyboards)
Jay Davis (bass)
Carmine Appice (drums, background vocals)
Tony Brock (percussion, background vocals)
Paulinho da Costa (percussion)
Tommy Vig (tubular bells)
Linda Lewis, The Penetcostal Community Choir,
Penny Jones (background vocals)


BEE GEES - Dance Collection
Dance | MP3 | 320 KBPS | 161.67 MB | RS.com

Track List

1. You Should Be Dancing
2. Tragedy
3. Night Fever
4. Stayin' Alive
5. I Surrender
6. Jive Talkin'
7. You Stepped Into My Life
8. More Than A Woman
9. Nights On Broadway
10. Love You Inside Out
11. With My Eyes Closed
12. Wind Of Change
13. Paying The Price Of Love
14. I. O. I. O.
15. You Win Again
16. Decadence
17. Alone



Brooks & Dunn - Cowboy Town 2007
Country | MP3 | VBR (224 avg. Kbps) | 72.9 MB | Street Date Oct 02, 2007

The brand new album from Brooks & Dunn featuring the hit single Proud Of The House We Built. Cowboy Town is the much anticipated follow up to Brooks & Dunn's highest selling album in 10 years, Hillbilly Deluxe.

Artist: Brooks & Dunn
Title: Cowboy Town
Audio CD (October 2, 2007)
Original Release Date: October 2, 2007
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Arista

Track List:

01 Cowboy Town
02 Proud Of The House We Built
03 Johnny Cash Junkie (Buck Owens Freak)
04 Cowgirls Don't Cry
05 Put A Girl In It
06 The Ballad Of Jerry Jeff Walker (Featuring Jerry Jeff Walker)
07 Tequila
08 Drop In The Bucket
09 Drunk On Love
10 Chance Of A Lifetime
11 American Dreamer
12 God Must Be Busy


Um Kalthoum / Oum Kalsoum - El Hob Kedah [So Is Love] (1961)
MP3 | 224Kbps | RS.com | 52mb | Covers
Genre: World Ethnic / Arabic

Labeled "indisputably the Arab world's greatest singer" by World Music: The Rough Guide, Egyptian singer Umm Kalthum (alternately spelled Kalthoum or Kalsoum) is regarded as a treasure of Middle Eastern culture. In a career that lasted more than 50 years she became known as "the voice and face of Egypt" with a voice powerful enough to shatter glass but that was used more often to capture the emotional depth of the poems she set to music. Her importance to Egyptian music in particular and Middle Eastern music in general prompted her biographer, Virginia Danielson, to write on the All Music Guide website: "Imagine a singer with the virtuosity of Joan Sutherland or Ella Fitzgerald, the public persona of Eleanor Roosevelt and the audience of Elvis and you have Umm Kulthum, the most accomplished singer of her century in the Arab world."

Umm Kulthum (Arabic: ?? ?????; Umm Kultum, also spelled Om Koultoum, Om Kalthoum, mmü Gülsüm, Oum Kalsoum, Oum Kalthum, Omm Kolsoum, Umm Kolthoum, Um Kalthoom, and Omme Kolsoum, born ????? ??????? ????????, Fatima Ibrahim al-Baltagi) (December 31, 1904-February 3, 1975) in Al Senbellawein. Egyptian singer, songwriter, and an actress. She is known as "the Star of the East". More than three decades after her death, she is still recognized as the Arab world's most famous and distinguished singer of the 20th century.

Music : Riad Al Sonbati
Lyrics: Bayram Al Tunsi

El Hob Kedah ~ 32m:42s
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V.A. - Country Oldies
Country | MP3 192 KBit/s | 8 CDs | 581 MB | incl. Covers

CD 1

Charlie Rich - Who will the next fool be (Various)
Eddy Arnold - The Cattle Call (Various)
Faron Young - Live fast, love hard, die young (Various)
Hank Snow - I'm movin' on (Various)
Hank Thompson - Wake up Irene (Various)
Hank Williams - Why don't you love me (Various)
Jerry Lee Lewis - Crazy Arms (Various)
Jimmie Dolan - Hot rod race (Various)
Jimmie Rodgers - Honeycomb (Various)
Johnny Cash - I walk the line (Various)
Les Paul & Mary Ford - Mockin' bird hill (Various)
Moon Mullican - I'll sail my ship alone (Various)
Patsy Cline - Honky Tonk merry go round (Various)
Red Foley, Ernest Tub - Goodnight Irene (Various)
Skeets McDonald - Don't let the stars get in your eyes (Various)
Tennessee Ernie Ford - The shotgun boogie (Various)
The Everley Brothers - Bye bye love (Various)
Wanda Jackson - I gotta know (Various)

CD 2

Charlie Rich - Sittin' and thinkin' (1959)
Charlie Ryan and the timberline riders - Hot rod Lincoln (1960)
Charlie Walker - Pick me up on your way down (1958)
Faron Young - Hello Walls (1961)
Ferlin Husky - Wings of a dove (1960)
Hank Thompson - A six pack to go (1960)
Jerry Lee Lewis - Night train to Memphis (1959)
Johnny Cash and the Tennessie Two - Get Rhythm (1956)
Johnny Tillotson - It keeps right on a-hurtin' (1962)
Patsy Cline - Walkin' after midnight (1956)
Ray Price - Heartaches by the number (1959)
Rose Maddox - Gotta travel on (1961)
Sonny James - Lovesick Blues (1957)
Tennessie Ernie Ford - Sixteen Tons (1955)
Tex Ritter - I dreamed of a Hill-Billy heaven (1961)
The Everly Brothers - All I have to do is dream (1958)
Wanda Jackson - In the middle of a heartache (1961)
Willie Nelson - Funny how time slips away (1962)

CD 3

Asleep at the wheel - I've been everywhere (1972)
Billie Jo Spears - Mr. Walker, it's all over (1969)
Bobby Goldsboro - Honey (1968)
Del Reeves - Girl on the billboard (1965)
Freddie Hart - My hang up is you (1972)
George Jones - The race is on (1964)
Glen Campbell & Bobbie Gentry - Let it be me (1968)
Jean Shepard - Second Fiddle (1964)
Jody Miller - Queen of the house (1965)
Johnny Tillotson - Send me the pillow that you dream on (1962)
Kay Adams - Little pink mack (1966)
Merle Haggard & The Strangers - Okie from Muskogee (1969)
Red Simpson - I'm a truck (1971)
Rose Maddox - Rollin' in my sweet baby's arms (1962)
Susan Raye - Willy Jones (1970)
Tammy Wynette - D.I.V.O.R.C.E. (1968)
Wanda Jackson - Jambalaya (1966)
Willy Nelson - Crazy (1962)

CD 4

Bellamy Brothers - Let your love flow (1976)
Billie Crash Craddock - I cheated on good woman's love (1978)
Billie Jo Spears - Blanket on the ground (1975)
Charlie Rich - My Elusive dreams (1975)
Crystal Gayle - Doesn't it make my brown eyes blue (1977)
Don Schlitz - The Gambler (1978)
Dr. Hook - If not you (1976)
George Jones - A good year for the roses (1970)
Glen Campbell - Rhinestone cowboy (1975)
Hank Cochran & Willie Nelson - Ain't life hell (1978)
Jessi Colter - I'm not Lisa (1975)
Johnny Cash - One Piece at the time (1976)
Merle Haggard - Daddy Frank (1971)
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - All I have to do is dream (1975)
Sonny James -Bright lights (1971)
Susie Allinson - Maybe baby (1978)
The Kendalls - Pittsburgh stealers (1978)
Tony Booth - The keys in the mailbox (1972)

CD 5

Bellamy Brothers - If I Said You Had A Beautiful Body Would You Hold It Against Me (1979)
Billie Jo Spears - Never Did Like Whiskey (1976)
Crystal Gayle - Why Have You Left The One You Left Me For (1978)
Dan Seals - Bop (1985)
Debby Boone - You Light Up My Life (1977)
Deborah Allen - Baby I Lied (1983)
Gene Watson - Paper Rosie (1977)
Glen Campbell - Southern Nights (1977)
Jessie Coulter - What's Happened To Blue Eyes (1975)
Mel McDaniel - Lousiana Saturday Night (1981)
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - Dance Little Jean (1983)
Suzy Bogguss - I Don't Want To Set The World On Fire (1987)
Tanya Tucker - Strong Enough To Bend (1988)
The Judds - Why Not Me (1984)
The Kendalls - Heaven's Just A Sin Away (1977)
The Kendalls - Thank God For The Radio (1984)
The Whites - Pins and Needles (1984)
Willie Nelson & Leon Russell - Heartbreak Hotel (1979)

CD 6

Bellamy Brothers - Dancin' Cowboys (1980)
Dan Seals - Everything That Glitters (Is Not Gold) (1987)
Diane Pfeifer - Wishful Drinkin' (1980)
Eddie Rabbitt - B-B-B-Burning Up With Love (1984)
Hank Williams Jr, McEntire, and Nelson - Mind Your Own Business (1986)
Hank Williams Jr. - Born To Boogie (1987)
Johnny Lee and Friends - Cherokee Fiddle (1982)
Juice Newton - The Sweetest Thing (I've Ever Known) (1981)
Mel McDaniel - Baby's Got Her Blue Jeans On (1984)
New Grass Revival - Unconditional Love (1987)
Ronnie McDowell and Conway Twitty - It's Only Make Believe (1987)
Sawyer Brown - Step That Step (1985)
Sweethearts Of The Rodeo - Blue To The Bone (1988)
T. Graham Brown - Darlene (1988)
Tanya Tucker - Just Another Love (1986)
The Desert Rose Band - I Still Believe In You (1988)
The Judds - Have Mercy (1985)
The Whites - I Wonder Who's Holding My Baby Tonight (1983)

CD 7

Billy Dean - Billy the Kid (1991)
David Kersh - Another you (1996)
Dean Miller - Wake up and smell the whiskey (1993)
Deana Carter - We danced anyway (1996)
Emilio - I'd love you to love me (1997)
George Ducas - Long trail of tears (1997)
Hall Ketchum - Hearts are gonna roll (1993)
Jeff Carson - The car (1995)
Jo Dee Messina - Heads Carolina, Tails California (1996)
John Berry - Standing on the edge of goodbye (1995)
Leann Rimes - Unchained melody (1996)
Palomino Road - Why baby why (1993)
Sawyer Brown - Thank God for you (1993)
Steve Wariner - Get Back (1969)
Suzi Bogguss - Letting go (1992)
Tim McGraw - I like it, I love it (1995)
Trace Adkins - I left something turned on at home (1997)
Wynonna - To be loved by you (1996)

CD 8

BIlly Dean - If there hadn't been you (1992)
Chris Ledoux & Garth Brooks -Whatcha gonne do with a cowboy (1992)
David Kersh - If I never stop loving you (1997)
Deana Carter - Strawberry wine (1995)
Emilio - Honky tonk habits (1995)
George Ducas - Tricky Moon (1996)
Hall Ketchum - Small town saturday night (1992)
John Berry - Your love amazes me (1994)
Ken Mellons - Jukebox junkie (1993)
Leann Rimes - One way ticket (because I can) (1996)
Pirates of the Mississippi - Honk tonk blues (1990)
Steve Wariner - Two teardrops (1999)
Suzy Bogguss - Drive south (1992)
Tanya Tucker - It's a little too late (1992)
The Ranch - Walkin' the country (1997)
Tim McGraw - Just to see you smile (1997)
Trace Adkins - (This ain't no) thinkin' thing (1997)
Wynonna - Girls with guitars (1993)

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Anastacia - Live at Last
DVD-Rip (XviD 720 x 416 | 2009 Kbps | 25 fps | 1581 Mb | 256 MP3 VBR

Anastacia: Live at Last is a DVD collection from pop/rock music singer Anastacia, released on March 27, 2006. It's her first full live concert DVD. It includes footage from concerts in Berlin [Velodome - October 24, 2004] and Munich [Olympiahall - October 26, 2004].




Delerium - Reflections I
MP3 | 320 Kbps | 157 Mb | FLAC+CUE | 323 Mb | 68:43
Ambient / Worldbeat / Electronic

Released: 1995
01 - Monuments of Deceit
02 - Inside the Chamber
03 - Morpheus
04 - Faith
05 - Prophecy
06 - Of the Tribe
07 - Lost Passion
08 - Tundra
09 - Sphere
10 - Embryo
11 - Xi Brainwaves
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The Who - Who´s Next (MCA Ultimate Masterdisc)

The Who - Who's Next (MCA Ultimate Masterdisc) [MCAD-11312]
Release 1971 | 24 Karat Gold CD | Mastered by Glen Meadows | Runningtime 43:36
EAC Rip with Cue + Log | Lossless (Wavepack) | incl. Artwork
Rapidshare | 350 mb | Genre: Rock

Who's Next is an album by The Who. It was released on July 31, 1971 in the United States and August 25, 1971 in the United Kingdom. A deluxe edition was released on March 25, 2003.
Considered by many to be The Who's greatest album, Who's Next has also been named one of the best albums of all time by VH1 (#13) and Rolling Stone (#28). Upon its release it was named the best album of the year in The Village Voice Pazz & Jop critics poll.It was also ranked #3 in Guitar World's Greatest Classic Rock Albums list. Many of its nine tracks are perennial favourites on classic rock radio, especially "Baba O'Riley", "Bargain", "Behind Blue Eyes", and the closing track "Won't Get Fooled Again".
The album appeared at number 15 on Pitchfork's top 100 albums of the 1970s.The album is also included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.
In 2006, the album was chosen by TIME Magazine as one of the 100 best albums of all time. -

This version of this Milestone in Rockmusic is IMO the best sounding version you could get. Superior to the MFSL release and also to the Steve Hoffman remaster.


1. Baba O'Riley 5:01
2. Bargain 5:34
3. Love Ain't For Keepin' 2:11
4. My Wife 3:36
5. The Song Is Over 6:20
6. Gettin' In Tune 4:50
7. Goin' Mobile 3:44
8. Behind Blue Eyes 3:43
9. Won't Get Fooled Again 8:35

Produced by The Who

All Songs are composed by Pete Townsend,
except "My Wife", composed by John Entwistle


Prince (2006) «3121»
FLAC | Mode: 8, Best Compression | 53:42 Min | 376 Mb
Styles: R&B, Funk, Urban, Pop-Soul

Musicology was a self-conscious comeback, a record designed to return Prince to the spotlight and the charts, and it worked: even if it spawned no big hits, the 2004 LP became his first album to crack the Billboard Top Ten since 1995's The Gold Experience, get a fair amount of radio play, and get a bunch of positive press, along with a well-received tour. Prince no longer seemed like an eccentric consigned to the fringes: he seemed like a savvy pro, reclaiming a reputation and respect that he'd lost. That he did it with an album that sounded uncannily like a deliberate return to classic Prince as performed by the New Power Generation was almost beside the point: it was enough that he sounded engaged, and that he made a focused, purposeful album. Its quickly delivered 2006 follow-up, 3121, proves that Musicology was no fluke. Like its predecessor, 3121 is tight and concise, offering 12 songs in 53 minutes, and it's classically structured, emphasizing shifting moods and textures between songs. It is an album, not a collection of songs, and you could even call it old-fashioned, but it feels fresher than Musicology, as if Prince had listened to enough Neptunes productions to understand how they've absorbed his music. That acknowledgement doesn't come often - it's evident in the sly, sexy grooves of "Black Sweat" and the squealing synths of "Lolita" - but since it's paired with an emphasis on dance tunes and a retreat from the enjoyable but endless NPG-styled vamping that characterized a good portion of Musicology, 3121 winds up sounding lively, varied, and, at its best, exciting. And at the beginning of the album, 3121 is quite exciting, as Prince revives his high-pitched alter ego Camille on the title track and dives head first into the electro-funk of "Lolita" and "Black Sweat," songs that recall such mid-period masterpieces as "Kiss" or "Sign 'O' the Times" without being rewrites.

Nevertheless, the fact that the freshest sounding music here still has a direct line back to records Prince made 20 years prior is a good indication that the album, like Prince himself in the wake of hip-hop, is a little bit conservative, emphasizing funk of both the James Brown and George Clinton varieties, late-night slow jams, classic dance, and soul, instead of wrestling with modern music. While that may disappoint some listeners who yearn for the return of the trailblazing Prince of the '80s, when he reinvented himself with each record, it's hardly surprising that a 47-year-old musician is spending more time refining his palette than expanding it. What is a surprise is that Prince is in top form as both a writer and record-maker; perhaps the one-man-band nature of its recording doesn't mean the album is as gritty or raw as his reliably thrilling live performances, but 3121 crackles with excitement, filled with different sounds and styles. Best of all, this is filled with songs that hold their own as individual tunes, yet gel into a cohesive record that is thankfully devoid of an overarching concept, a problem that plagued his albums after Diamonds and Pearls. 3121 does fall short from being perfect - there may be no bad songs, but the momentum slows ever so slightly on the second half - yet it's something more valuable than being a one-off classic: it's proof that Prince has indeed returned as a vital, serious recording artist on his own terms. Maybe he's no longer breaking new ground, but his eccentricities are now an attribute, not a curse, which goes a long way in making his trademark blend of funk, pop, soul, and rock sound nearly as dazzling as it did at his popular and creative peak in the '80s. ~ Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine ~

Artist: Prince
Album: 3121
Label: Universal Records
Genre: R&B
Styles: R&B, Funk, Urban, Pop-Soul
Original Release Date: March 21, 2006
Quality/Bitrate: FLAC / Mode: 8, Best Compression / 44.1 Khz / Stereo
Total Time: 53:42 Min
Website: http://prince.org/

~ Track Listing ~
01. 3121 [04:31]
02. Lolita [04:06]
03. Te Amo Coraz?n [03:35]
04. Black Sweat [03:11]
05. Incense And Candles [04:04]
06. Love [05:45]
07. Satisfied [02:50]
08. Fury [04:02]
09. Word [04:11]
10. Beautiful, Loved and Blessed [05:43]
11. Dance [05:20]
12. Get On The Boat [06:18]

~ Personnel ~
Prince....Arranger, Producer, Vocals, Musician
Ricky Salas....Percussion, Performer, Bongos, Timbales
Herbert Ure?a....Percussion, Performer, Bongos, Conga
Sonny Thompson....Bass, Performer
Maceo Parker....Horn, Performer
Michael Bland....Drums, Performer
Greg Boyer....Horn, Performer
Sheila E.....Percussion, Performer
Clare Fischer....String Arrangements
Candy Dulfer....Horn, Performer

Total size: 376 Mb

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Taraf de Haidouks - Maskarada
FOLK MP3 | 320 Kbps | 137MB | 2 PART | 2007

01.Ostinato And Romanian Dance
03.Danza Ritual Del Fuego
04.Waltz From Masquerade
05.In A Persian Market
06.De Cand Ma Aflat Multimea
07.Romanian Folk Dances
08.The Missing Dance
10.Parca Io Team Vezut
11.Hora Moldovenesca
12.Les Portes De La Nuit
14.Suita Maskarada

Taraf de Haidouks - Maskarada - 2007 - PART 1
Taraf de Haidouks - Maskarada - 2007 - PART 2

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Lennon Legend-The Very Best of John Lennon
Rock/Easy Listening | MP3 | 320 Kbps | 177 Mb

01 Imagine
02 Instant Karma!
03 Mother [Single Edit]
04 Jealous Guy
05 Power to the People
06 Cold Turkey
07 Love
08 Mind Games
09 Whatever Gets You Thru the Night
10 #9 Dream
11 Stand by Me
12 (Just Like) Starting Over
13 Woman
14 Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy)
15 Watching the Wheels
16 Nobody Told Me
17 Borrowed Time
18 Working Class Hero
19 Happy Xmas (War Is Over)
20 Give Peace a Chance



Toots Thielemans : Ne Me Quitte Pas
Jazz | RAR | 88.0 mb | MP3 | CBR | 320 KBPS
cover | Label: Camden

01-Ne Me Quitte Pas
02-Blue 'n' Green
03-All Blues
05-Autumn Leaves

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Toots Thielemans : For My Lady 1991 (Complete)
Jazz | RAR | 95.5 | MP3 | CBR | 256 KBPS | cover

1. For My Lady
2. How Long Has This Been Going On
3. Blues In The Closet
4. Someone To Watch Over Me
5. I'm Beginning To See The Light
6. More I See You, The
7. Mooche, The
8. Close Your Eyes
9. Blue And Sentimental
10. Corcovado
11. Willow Weep For Me
12. Once In A While


Toots Thielemans - Harmonica, Guitar,
Shirley Horn - Piano, Vocal
Charles Ables - Electric Bass
Steve Williams - Drums

Producer Jean-Philippe Allard.
Recorded on April 3, 1991 and mixed on June 27, 28, 1991 at Studio Acousti, Paris, France. Engineer Alain Cluzeau


Dorothy Donegan - The Incredible Dorothy Donegan Trio (1991)

Dorothy Donegan - The Incredible Dorothy Donegan Trio (1991)
Genre: Jazz | MP3 | CBR 320 Kbps | 97,7MB + 54,9MB | Covers
Dorothy Donegan (piano,vocals); Jon Burr (bass); Ray Mosca (drums)
special guest: Dizzy Gillespie

Dorothy Donegan (born April 6, 1924 in Chicago, Illinois; died May 19, 1998 in Los Angeles, California) was a classically trained jazz pianist primarily known for performing in the stride piano and boogie woogie style. That said, she also did other bop, swing jazz, and classical music. Obituaries for her argued that her flamboyant personality, tendency to mix unrelated genres in the same concert, and willingness to do lounge music may have caused her to be undervalued in jazz circles.

Dorothy Donegan grew up in Chicago, Illinois and began studying classical piano at age six. In her early years, she studied at the Chicago Musical College and by age eight her potential was recognized. In the 1940s she became Art Tatum's protégée and in 1942 she made her recording debut. She appeared in Sensations of 1945 with Cab Calloway and W. C. Fields and was known for her work in Chicago clubs. She began a trio in 1945, but then returned to solo work. She expressed some interest in returning to classical music after this.

Her first six albums would prove to be obscure when compared to her success at live performance. It was not until the 1980s that her work gained notice in the recorded jazz world and her live albums from 1991 perhaps gained her the most acclaim. Even at that point, she remained best known for concerts and live performances. At these she would draw crowds with her eclectic mixture of styles and her personality. She died of cancer in 1998 and in the same year was inducted into the Big Band and Jazz Hall of Fame.

Song Title
1. Warsaw Concerto / Lover Medley
2. Easy Living / Happy go Lucky Local Medley
3. Sweet Lorraine
4. Remarks By Dizzy Gillespie
5. Time After Time
6. Things Ain't What They Used To Be
7. Tea For Two
8. Bumble Bee Boogie
9. St. Louis Blues

Dorothy Donegan Did It Her Way: Fans Loved but Critics Belittled
by Wilma Dobie

The death of Dorothy Donegan this past spring (May 19 1998, age 76, Los Angeles) was lamentably largely ignored by the press and the jazz media as they did regrettably throughout most of the pianist's lifetime. The AP wire did give the indomitable artist lead preference in its daily obits round-up and the New York Times, with its promise of "All the News That's Fit to Print," gave Dorothy her due, including a one-column candid photo of the pianist in performance, and jazz author Chip Deffaa warmly recalled her "strength, energy, and imagination" in his New York Post column.

Interestingly, though, Times jazz scribe Ben Ratliff quoted his noted jazz predecessor, John S. Wilson's coverage of a Town Hall appearance in 1971 citing that '"Ms. Donegan showed a technical virtuosity that could be compared only to that of Art Tatum and a swinging drive that might be equaled by Mary Lou Williams." Oddly omitted was the Wilson quote that Donegan carried ever closest to her heart, ". . . She is potentially the greatest jazz pianist playing today." A reflection on this comment comes into focus with Chip Deffaa recalling in his obit, "She was probably the only jazz artist who, in the 1990's, could somehow satisfy the very different audiences of the Village Vanguard (the high temple of jazz purism) and the Tavern on the Green (the glitzy tourist nightspot) - both of which she loved."

The gutty truth, though, despite these admiring tributes at her death, is that never was Dorothy Donegan given due recognition for her artistry by the sacred cows of jazz, the critics, during her more than sixty years of performing throughout the U.S. and abroad. Wilson brought this to readers' attention: "In fact, in jazz circles she is scarcely even thought of as a jazz pianist. . . . Her reputation as a lounge entertainer has virtually buried the fact that she is potentially the greatest jazz pianist playing today." Leonard Feather, in his Encyclopedia of Jazz in the 1960s, lends support to this observation in his listing of Donegan with the closing comment, "Much of her appeal, however, is based on her visual antics." In a later edition Feather omits the pianist, as did John Chilton in his Who's Who Of Jazz and, more recently, both The Guiness Who's Who of Jazz and The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz.

It was during the 1970's that I first interviewed Dorothy for Jazz Forum, an international publication, and we became good friends. Her audience impact never failed to fascinate me. Not long after our first meeting she told me that she was among the musicians invited to perform at the ceremonies being held for the unveiling of the Duke Ellington piano at the Songwriters Hall of Fame. Would I be there?

Yes, I had been invited, and as the fates would have it, I found myself standing behind the Master of Ceremonies, the fabulous Sammy Cahn. His attention was riveted on Dorothy throughout her performance and before the next artist made his way out of the wings, Cahn turned to me, shaking his head, "I wouldn't give this next spot to a leopard but I have to follow the program."

Following any planned program was never meant to be for the flamboyant Dorothy. She frequently reminded her interviewers, "The artistry is always uppermost in my mind. It's not a matter what anyone says about me. I like audiences, I like people, and I like having fun with them." "Having fun" went something like this, Dorothy went on to explain: "Maybe somebody calls out, 'Play Melancholy Baby!' Okay, I have fun and play it like a Bach fugue." And, indeed, the pianist would enthrall her audience performing the classic with amazing authenticity but never denying them a whopping climatic jazz finale.

At age six, Dorothy began classical music studies in Chicago, where she grew up, receiving instruction at the Chicago Conservatory and the Chicago Music College. By age eight her teachers knew they had an exceptional student on hand who enjoyed her studies and hours of practice. "I hated housework," is how Dorothy would impishly explain her abiding love for studying, practicing, and composing at the piano until her death. "You can always keep learning - we all know there's no such thing as knowing it all," she later told interviewers as she diligently pursued studies at the University of California, Los Angeles, and at the University of Maryland, where she would enroll for two-week-long master classes when visiting and performing in the Washington, D.C., area.

Growing up in Chicago during its great jazz heyday, the young pianist heard popular pianists who were to become legends in her time. She began her own legendary jazz career in Chicago at age fourteen when she began performing at the Hi-Jinxs Club and met up with the fabulous Art Tatum. "Everyone knows my all-time favorite is Art Tatum," she grinned repremandingly at me when I asked about pianists she admired. Knowing Fatha Hines was jazz chairman with singer Maxine Sullivan for the Twilight Jazz programs at the New York's Overseas Press Club where I was a member and she had performed, she nodded, adding, "I listened a lot to Earl Hines at the Grand Terrace. Hines was a creative artist from the very start. I also liked Nat King Cole because he copied Earl."

Keeping in mind her technical brilliance at the piano and her contagious, youthful jazz personality during those early Chicago years, it comes as no surprise that a Hollywood talent scout spotted her at age eighteen for a feature spot in the movie, Sensations of '45. She was pressed into touring with the film and when it ended in New York her incomparable career was launched into the next more that fifty memorable jazz years here and abroad.

"Lady Dynamite," as I always called her (taken from an admiring introduction made at a festival in France), stayed in touch over the years either at festivals/concerts but more often by phone, a favorite form of communication by Dorothy. One memorable phone call I'll always remember is the time I called on her 73rd birthday. She was playing not far from home at Seattle's popular Jazz Alley. She was later often to remind me of this call. I "made her day" by reading from the New York Times a double-column story originating in Seattle about a prominent microbiologist who would preserve your DNA for the next 10,000 or 500,000 years at a price. The headline read: "Immortality for Sale: The Price Is Only $35." Lady Dynamite's husky voice roared with laughter over the phone. "I'm buying. I trust him more than jazz critics for my immortality." Right you are, Lady Dynamite.

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Blues Guitar Duels
Release Date:09/08/1997 | MP3 | Lossy HQ | 320 kbps | 80,77 MB

Blues Guitar Duels is a pretty darn good compilation of excellent guitarist who have performed together on various recordings over the years. For example you get Buddy and Phil Guy performing one of the tracks from their joint CD, "DJ Play My Blues", Hubert Sumlin performing with Ronnie Earl on a cut from "Hubert Sumlin's Blues Party", Ronnie Earl and Duke Robillard on a track from the CD "Test of Time" and Guitar Shorty and Otis Grand from the CD "My Way On The Highway". One can certainly quibble over whether there are other tracks that could have been included on this disc or whether the tracks selected are the best from each duo but it would be a pointless debate. The facts are you get a very nice sampling of what these individuals have to offer and all for a bargain basement price. Check it out and then either explore these artists further or find another disc from the EasyDisc collection and enjoy the music.

Track List:

1. Girl You're Nice and Clean (Buddy Guy & Phil Guy)
2. West Side Soul (Hubert Sumlin' Blues party feat. Ronnie Earl)
3. Corn Palace (Smokin' Joe Kubek band feat. Bnois King)
4. You're Fine (Mike Morgan & Jim Suhler)
5. She's Gone (Phillip Walker & Otis Grand)
6. Backstroke (Ronnie Earl & Duke Robillard)
7. Full Gain (Grady Gaines & The Texas Upsetters feat. Roy Gaines and Clarence Hollimon)
8. The Wasp (Joe Coronado & The Texas Beat with Mark Pollock & Ray Jimenez)
9. Kick Out (Guitar Shorty & Otis Grand)
10. You Got to Help Me (Hubert Sumlin' & Richard Studholme)

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El Gran Combo - El swing del Gran Combo
Salsa | MP3 | 320 Kbps | 80 MB
Disco Hit Productions 1993

01 - El swing
02 - La calle dolor
03 - El carrito
04 - Se acabo.mp3
05 - Como quieres que te lloren
06 - Apreciemos la ocasion
07 - La jarana
08 - Mi pana y que
09 - Oyeme negra
10 - El guariquiten
11 - El chancletero
12 - Te enteraste



METALLICA - ... And Justice For All [Globus International 210152-2311]
EAC rip with CUE | Lossless (FLAC single files) | HQ Scans (75 mb) | Running Time 65:10 | 460 mb
Released 1988 | Genre: Thrash Metal, Audiophile | Rapidshare

Otherwise as often described, this CD is not an DCC release. This version is an limited Edition of only 1000 Copies which been only available in CR and SR. So, hard to get stuff! Unfortunately the cover doesn't say anything about a remastering, I guess they did. And they did good work on that. The sound is IMO much better as the regular CD release (thats why I put it in the audiophile section). 1st time that you can follow Jason's work on the Bassguitar... But honestly spoken, I have to say that I'm not the biggest Metallica fan, so you should check out yourself on this release. Maybe we get an interesting discussion here.....

About the Album itself....

...And Justice for All is American heavy metal band Metallica's fourth studio album released August 25, 1988, by Elektra Records. It is the first studio album to feature bassist Jason Newsted and without former bassist Cliff Burton, due to his death in September of 1986.

Like those of previous albums, the lyrics on ...And Justice for All discuss politics and social issues; however, lyricist James Hetfield is more direct than ever before in his views. At the same time, and despite Hetfield's aggressive singing style, the lyrics refrain from overt confrontation or ringing calls for revolutionary change. Instead, as drummer Lars Ulrich explained it, the ideas expressed in the lyrics merely represented "interests"1 of the band, and were meant largely to be "documentary"2 in nature.

...And Justice for All continues the development of the modular song structure so characteristic of thrash metal. Like those on Master of Puppets, the songs on this album are long and have many different, unique riffs, particularly during the middle (or bridge) sections. Furthermore, the actual production of the album marks an important development in the recorded history of metal for its clean and crisp atmosphere. Ulrich's kick drums don't "thud" so much as "click" (by boosting the higher frequencies and/or by using a coin (e.g., a New Zealand 50 cent coin taped to the bass drum for when the beater head hits, providing the "Metallica click;" this will provide the sound but damage the drum skin quickly), while Hetfield's guitar timbre is processed by a complex equalisation scheme that dials out almost any sense of mid-range frequencies, while boosting portions of the treble & low bass frequencies. And, in one of the more famous of Hetfield and Ulrich's controversies with bassist Jason Newsted, the album's production almost completely lacks identifiable bass (although a remixed version with bass added has been circulating around peer-to-peer networks). The standard explanation for this combines Newsted's absence from the mixing sessions (where he might have asserted his opinion) and the lingering issue of his "newness" within the band following the tragic death of Cliff Burton in September 1986.

As said by the band in their magazine SO WHAT!, they wish that they could re-mix the entire album because the drums and guitar overpower the bass completely. Some believe this is because Jason Newsted was new to the band and they wanted to frustrate him, though many, including Newsted himself, have stated this is due to the bass lines copying the rhythm guitar parts too closely.

Unusual production aside, ...And Justice for All was Metallica's breakout album and reached No. 6 in the Billboard charts. Though it would soon be over-shadowed commercially by the band's following album (1991's Metallica, aka "The Black Album"), this album nevertheless confirmed Metallica's large-scale arena status.

The album was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance in 1989, but with much controversy, it lost to Jethro Tull's Crest of a Knave. In 2007, the win was named one of the 10 biggest upsets in Grammy history by Entertainment Weekly.

"One" was Metallica's first music video and incited much controversy among Metallica fans, who had valued the band's apparent opposition to MTV and other forms of obvious commercial metal.

In 1990, "One" received the first-ever Grammy award for Best Metal Performance, as well as being Metallica's first Grammy award.

The album was ranked at number nine in IGN's Top 25 Metal Albums.

The album continues the trend of previous albums Ride the Lightning and Master of Puppets with a fast heavy song as the first track, the title track as the second track, a fast ending complex ballad as the fourth track and having a lengthy instrumental among the last tracks.

Justice Live

The song structures on ...And Justice for All were so complex that the band apparently had some difficulty reproducing the songs precisely for their Damaged Justice tour shows. The band stated many times in subsequent years that this kind of difficulty was the primary reason for the relatively simpler song structures on their next album, Metallica. Hammett said: "One day after we played 'Justice' and got off the stage one of us said, 'we're never fucking playing that song again.'" On June 28, 2007, Metallica played the title track for the first time since October 1989, nearly 18 years ago in Lisbon, Portugal on the first show of their Sick of the Studio '07 tour and have made it a set-fixture for the remainder of that routing.

In spite of this, the song "One" quickly gained a permanent fixture in the band's live playlist since the release of the album.

To date, "The Frayed Ends of Sanity" and "To Live Is to Die" remain the only songs that have never been performed live in their entirety. Instead, the band played segments of them during solos or impromptu jams.

As of the group's 2003-2004 Madly in Anger with the World Tour, many of the songs from the album have begun to appear in the group's live performances, with in particular "Dyers Eve" making its live debut. ~ Taken from Wikipedia

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1. "Blackened" (Hetfield, Newsted, Ulrich) - 6:42
2. "...And Justice for All" - 9:45
3. "Eye of the Beholder" - 6:25
4. "One" (Hetfield, Ulrich) - 7:26
5. "The Shortest Straw" (Hetfield, Ulrich) - 6:35
6. "Harvester of Sorrow" (Hetfield, Ulrich) - 5:45
7. "The Frayed Ends of Sanity" - 7:44
8. "To Live Is to Die" (Hetfield, Cliff Burton, Ulrich) - 9:48
9. "Dyers Eve" - 5:13

All songs written by Kirk Hammett, James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich except where noted.

Line up:

* James Hetfield - rhythm guitar, vocals
* Lars Ulrich - drums
* Kirk Hammett - lead guitar
* Jason Newstead - bass

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Sarah Brightman Remixed
MP3 | 128-320 Kbps | 177 Mb

1. Harem (Hex Hector Vocal Radio Edit)
2. What a Wonderful World (remix)
3. It`s a beautiful day (Groove Brothers Remix)
4. What you never know (Hot AC Mix)
5. Free (Swiss American Federation Modern AC Mix)
6. Mysterious days (single mix)
7. The war is over (Frank Peterson remix)
8. Beautiful (Gunther Laudahn remix)
9. Until the end of time (remix)
10. Where eagles fly (featuring Manowar)
11. Free (Swiss American Federation Mix)
12. Sarahbande
13. Free (Nemo remix)
14. Harem Cancao-do Mar (remix)
15. Who wants to live forever (extended club mix)
16. Gueri de toi (nemo remix)
17. Harem (Manny Lehman mix)
18. Harem (Hex Hector mix)
19. Eden (Enigma remix)
20. Anytime Anywhere Christmas Mix
21. La Mer Christmas Mix
22. Phantom of the opera suite Christmas Mix



Baby Mammoth (1999) «Swimming»
FLAC | Mode: 8, Best Compression | 68:27 Min | 402 Mb
Styles: Electronic, Future Jazz, Trip-Hop, Downbeat

Swimming augments the duo's tried-and-true vision of earthy trip-hop with live musicians from around their hometown of Hull, making for a much more immediate record than others in the Baby Mammoth discography. Guitarist Tom Harland's jazz riffs lend a bit of energy to "Quick Kick," while others like "Long Stroke" and "Smoke" also benefit from experienced programming.

Artist: Baby Mammoth
Album: Swimming
Label: Pork Recordings
Genre: Electronic
Styles: Electronic, Future Jazz, Trip-Hop, Downbeat
Original Release Date: April 5, 1999
Quality/Bitrate: FLAC / Mode: 8, Best Compression / 44.1 Khz / Stereo
Total Time: 68:27 Min

~ Track Listing ~
01. Quick Kick [03:03]
02. Dark Goggles [06:26]
03. Smoke [03:50]
04. Porpoise Fashion [05:35]
05. Long Stroke [06:57]
06. Urban Waltz [04:20]
07. Funnels [06:18]
08. Captain Webb [05:03]
09. Strong Downward [06:00]
10. Chicken Chiefly [05:47]
11. Lost Bearings [06:07]
12. Scurvy Trick [09:05]

Total size: 402 Mb

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Astrud Gilberto (1965) «Look To The Rainbow» Limited Edition
FLAC | Mode: 8, Best Compression | 45:16 Min | 237 Mb
MP3 | 192 kbit/s | CBR | 45:16 Min | 64.8 Mb
Styles: Latin, Bossa Nova, Brazilian Jazz

For this CD reissue the music on singer Astrud Gilberto's album Look to the Rainbow is combined with half of the songs from her following album A Certain Smile. The former session was one of the bossa nova singer's best (11 perfectly suitable songs on which her soft voice is accompanied by an orchestra arranged by Gil Evans and Al Cohn) while on the latter she interacts successfully with a trio led by organist Walter Wanderley. ~ Review by Scott Yanow ~

Artist: Astrud Gilberto
Album: Look To The Rainbow
Label: Verve Records
Type: Limited Edition
Genre: Latin
Styles: Latin, Bossa Nova, Brazilian Jazz
Original Release Date: November 22, 1965
Original Recording Remastered: April 3, 2006
Quality/Bitrate: FLAC / Mode: 8, Best Compression / 44.1 Khz / Stereo
Quality/Bitrate: MP3 / 192 kbit/s CBR / 44.1 Khz / Joint Stereo
Total Time: 45:16 Min
Website: http://www.astrudgilberto.com/

~ Track Listing ~
01. Berimbau (with Dom Um Rom?o)
02. Once Upon A Summertime
03. Felicidade
04. I Will Wait For You (with Johnny Coles)
05. Frevo
06. Maria Quiet (Maria Moite)
07. Look At The Rainbow
08. Bim Bom
09. Lugar Bonita (Pretty Place)
10. El Preciso Aprender A Ser So (Learn To Live Alone)
11. She's A Carioca
12. A Certain Smile
13. A Certain Sadness
14. Nega Do Cabelo Duro
15. So Nice (Summer Samba)
16. Voce Ja Foi A Bahia
17. Portuguese Washerwoman (Les Lavandieres Du Portugal)

Total Size: 237 Mb [FLAC] | 64.8 Mb [MP3]

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Jacky Terrasson & Cassandra Wilson (1997) «Rendezvous»
APE | Mode: Fast | 49:16 Min | 222 Mb
Styles: Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Post-Bop

For this notable set, pianist Jacky Terrasson teams up with the smoky, chance-taking vocalist Cassandra Wilson, either Lonnie Plaxico or Kenny Davis on bass and percussionist Mino Cinelu. The music is quite impressionistic and atmospheric. Terrasson and Wilson stick to standards, but their renditions of such songs as "Old Devil Moon," "My Ship," "Tea for Two" and even "Tennessee Waltz" are quite haunting and floating, slightly disturbing and occasionally sensuous. Terrasson, who takes "Autumn Leaves" and "Chicago 1987" (the one non-standard) as solo pieces, was on his way to forming his own style, while Wilson had certainly found her niche. An intriguing matchup. ~ Review by Scott Yanow ~

Artist: Jacky Terrasson & Cassandra Wilson
Album: Rendezvous
Label: Blue Note Records
Genre: Jazz
Styles: Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Post-Bop
Recording Date: January 4, 1997-April 4, 1997
Original Release Date: September 23, 1997
Quality/Bitrate: APE / Mode: Fast / 44.1 Khz / Stereo
Total Time: 49:16 Min
Website: http://www.terrasson.com/
Website: http://www.cassandrawilson.com/

~ Track Listing ~
01. Old Devil Moon [05:49]
02. Chan's Song [05:47]
03. Tennessee Waltz [04:49]
04. Little Boy Lost [05:08]
05. Autumn Leaves [02:40]
06. It Might As Well Be Spring [05:01]
07. My Ship [03:27]
08. I Remember You [03:04]
09. Tea For Two [04:49]
10. If Ever I Would Leave You [05:31]
11. Chicago 1987 [03:11]

Total size: 222 Mb
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Stevie Wonder - Best Ballads
Soul/Pop| MP3 | 320 kbps |163.32 MB | RS.com

Track List
1. I Just Called To Say I Love You
2. You Are The Sunshine Of My Love
3. Lately
4. Overjoyed
5. Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday
6. Ebony And Ivory (Duet With Paul Mccartney)
7. My Cherrie Amour
8. I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever)
9. For Your Love
10. Ribbon In The Sky
11. Never Dreamed You'd Leave In Summer
12. That's What Friends Are For
(With Dionne Warwick, Gladys Knight And Elton John)
13. Send One Your Love
14. Looking For Another Pure Love
15. My Love (Duet With Julio Iglesias)
16. Pastime Paradise
17. Kiss Lonely Goodbye



VA - Italo mega dance Vol. 8 (2007)
Dance | MP3 | VBR~224 Kbps | 110 MB RAR

01. Jajo - L Opera (Orchestral Radio Pump Mix)
02. Ma.Bra. Meets Speed Inc - Tekno (Ma.Bra. Edit Mix)
03. Dance Makers - Be My Lover (Marco Skarica Radio Mix)
04. Luca Zeta Vs. Sander - Im Ready (2K7 Hands Up Edit)
05. Overland Feat. Kimmy - You Make Me Feel Good (Casanova Dance Remix)
06. Klubbhoppers - Musica Brutale
07. Remax - Electronica Musicale (Radio Edit)
08. Beat Camouflage Vs. Dj Squared - Discobeat (Bassrockerz Lento Trip Edit)
09. Iridama - Color My World (Gucci One Radio Edit)
10. Excess - Pyramid (Remix)
11. Athene - Fall In Love (Remix)
12. Double Face Feat. Randee - Last Summer (D. Valenziano Remix Radio Edit
13. Dj Sanny J And D. Valenziano Feat. Elektra Forward - Amore Perfette (Original Mix)
14. S.T.B. - The Way You Do (Fabrizio E Marco Radio Recipe)
15. Italian Rockaz - La Donna (Fabrizio E Marco Remix Edit)
16. Kenny May Feat. Stefy - Tu Sei Per Me (Sanny J Opera Radio Mix)
17. Dottorigor - In My Life Again (The Produxer Mix)
18. Righel - Ascoltami (The Produxer Remix)
19. Lamp - I Wanna Be Your Gift (Remix)
20. Dj Sanny J Vs. Double Face Feat. Tj Fastor - Ti Trovero (Fabrizio E Marco Radio Recipe)


Descarga Norte - Descarga Norte (1988)
Rock | 1988 | Mp3 | 192 kbps | 1CD | 40 Mb
Genre: Spanish Metal

Split album, Discos Suicidas 1988

1. Rock Dam - Lucha Desigual 03:08
2. BO2 - Condenados al Olvido 03:53
3. U.T.M. - Vende Tu Alma al Diablo 03:03
4. Estigia - Noche Fría 02:49
5. Caid Deceit - Babilonia la Grande 03:24
6. Rock Dam - Sodoma y Gomorra 02:51
7. BO2 - Antimilitar 01:57
8. U.T.M. - Déjame en Paz 02:46
9. Estigia - El Suicida 03:12
10. Caid Deceit - Mercenario 04:04

Total playing time 31:07



Complete Mozart Edition - Box 02 of 17 - CD3 and 4 of 13 from Box 02
Date: Jan 10, 2006 | Genre: Classical | Format: APE & CUE | Size: 250+234 Mb | Rs.com
Mozart - Serenades, Dances, Marches

Composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791)
Conductor Sir Neville Marriner
Ensemble Academy of St. Martin in the Fields



01 March in D, K.215 [3:23]

Serenade in D, K.204

02 Allegro assai [8:21]
03 Andante moderato [6:36]
04 Allegro [5:41]
05 Menuetto [3:07]
06 (Andante) [5:28]
07 Menuetto [3:41]
08 Andantino (grazioso) [4:56]

Notturno in D, K.286

09 Andante [6:21]
10 Allegretto grazioso [3:01]
11 Menuetto [7:30]


01 March in D, K.237 [4:41]

Serenade in D, K.203

02 Andante maestoso - Allegro assai [6:02]
03 (Andante) [5:54]
04 Menuetto [3:02]
05 (Allegro) [5:08]
06 Menuetto [3:03]
07 (Andante) [5:27]
08 Menuetto [4:03]
09 Prestissimo [5:01]

Serenata notturna in D, K.239

10 Marcia (Maestoso) [4:18]
11 Menuetto - Trio [3:48]
12 Rondeau (Allegretto - Adagio - Allegro) [4:31]


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AC/DC - Let There Be Rock - The Movie - Live in Paris (2 CD)
14 tracks | MP3 256 Kbps | Covers | 2 RAR (77Mb+90Mb)


CD 1 (40'05'')

01 - Live Wire
02 - Shot Down In Flames
03 - Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be
04 - Sin City
05 - Walk All Over You
06 - Bad Boy Boogie

CD 2 (46'54'')

01 - The Jack
02 - Highway To Hell
03 - Girls Got Rhythm
04 - High Voltage
05 - Whole Lotta Rosie
06 - Rocker
07 - T.N.T.
08 - Let There Be Rock

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Um Kalthoum / Oum Kalsoum - Salo Kalby [Ask My Heart] (1946)
MP3 | 224Kbps | RS.com | 64mb
Genre: World Ethnic / Arabic

Umm Kulthum (Arabic: ?? ?????; Umm Kultum, also spelled Om Koultoum, Om Kalthoum, mmü Gülsüm, Oum Kalsoum, Oum Kalthum, Omm Kolsoum, Umm Kolthoum, Um Kalthoom, and Omme Kolsoum, born ????? ??????? ????????, Fatima Ibrahim al-Baltagi) (December 31, 1904-February 3, 1975) in Al Senbellawein. Egyptian singer, songwriter, and an actress. She is known as "the Star of the East". More than three decades after her death, she is still recognized as the Arab world's most famous and distinguished singer of the 20th century.

Labeled "indisputably the Arab world's greatest singer" by World Music: The Rough Guide, Egyptian singer Umm Kalthum (alternately spelled Kalthoum or Kalsoum) is regarded as a treasure of Middle Eastern culture. In a career that lasted more than 50 years she became known as "the voice and face of Egypt" with a voice powerful enough to shatter glass but that was used more often to capture the emotional depth of the poems she set to music. Her importance to Egyptian music in particular and Middle Eastern music in general prompted her biographer, Virginia Danielson, to write on the All Music Guide website: "Imagine a singer with the virtuosity of Joan Sutherland or Ella Fitzgerald, the public persona of Eleanor Roosevelt and the audience of Elvis and you have Umm Kulthum, the most accomplished singer of her century in the Arab world."

Music : Riad Al Sunbat
Lyrics: Ahmed Shawqi

Salo Kalby ~ 40m:16s
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VA - In Da Club Vol.16 (Megamaniacs in da mix)
MP3 | AVG 256 Kbs | Dance/Trance | 240 MB | 2007

cd 01:
01. PPK - Resurection
02. ATB - Rising Moon (Rising Mix)
03. Carlos - The Silmarillia
04. Cas - Alive
05. Central Seven - Missing (DJ Mellow-D Radio Cut)
06. Cygnus X - Superstring
07. Dance Nation - Sunshine (Wippenberg Remix)
08. Darude - Feel The Beat
09. DJ Wag - Man On The Moon
10. Tiesto - Lethal Industry
11. Kay Cee - Escape (Radio Edit)
12. John B - Killerloop
13. Marc Van Dale With Enrico - Water Verve (Dj Quicksilver Mix)
14. Mario Lopez - The Sound Of Nature (Plug'n'play Video Cut)
15. Piet Blank & Jaspa Jones - Cream
16. PVS - Future Trance
17. Safri Duo - Samb Adagio
18. The Trancecore Project - Flashback
19. The Love Committee - Love Rules (Loveparade 2003)
20. Veracocha - Carte Blanche
21. Warp Bros. vs Aquagen - Phatt Bass
22. Y.O.M.C. - In My Mind
23. Yehel ft. Eyal Barkan - Voyage (tiesto remix)

cd 02:
01. Mario Lopez - Free Your Mind (Radio Classixx Remix)
02. Antilas ft. Clannad - I Will Find You 2002
03. Beam and Yanou - Sound of Love
04. Binary Finary - 2000
05. Dumonde - Never Look Back
06. Fragma - Man In The Moon
07. Green Court ft. Devision - Shining (7 Radio Cut)
08. Haddaway - What Is Love
09. Hypertraxx - The Darkside
10. Ian Van Dahl - Try
11. Klubbheads - Kickin' Hard (Klubbheads Radio Mix)
12. Lasgo - Surrender
13. Manyou - Take Me Home
14. Mario Lopez - Blind
15. Mauro Picotto - Komodo (Save A Soul)
16. Miss Jane - It's A Fine Day
17. M-Shape - Tell Me
18. Orion Too - You And M
19. Paul Van Dyk - We Are Alive (Radio Mix)
20. Pitcher - Strike (Kay Cee Radio Edit)
21. Public Domain - Operation Blade
22. Rank 1 - Awakening
23. RMB - Spring (Talla 2xlc edit)
24. Silver Shadow - High Society
25. Springbreak - Big Bad Love
26. Svenson & Gielen - The Beauty Of Silence


Celia Cruz Con La Sonora Matancera
Cuba | MP3 | 320 Kbps | 103 MB
Sarabandas 1992

01 - Vamos a Guarachar
02 - A Todos Mis Amigos
03 - Matiagua
04 - Vailan Vallende
05 - Cha Cha Guere
06 - No Se Lo Que Me Pasa
07 - Bongo
08 - Luna Sobre Matanzas
09 - Me Voy a Pinar del Rio
10 - Tuya y Mas Que Tuya
11 - Saoco
12 - El Lleva y Trae
13 - Mi Amor, Buenas Noches
14 - Agua Pa' Mi
15 - Cao Cao Mani Picao
16 - Mambo del Amor


torpedo boyz - headache music (2006)
nujazz, funk, groove | MP3 | 192 | 66 MB

With Berlin / Paris DJ and producer duo Kentastic and Rollin Hand's first two 12"s ('Are You Talking To Me ???' and 'Gimme A Bassline!') still on the playlists of many freestyle DJs, the Torpedo Boyz drop their debut album. An out-there collection of tunes that need to be heard rather than described, with a broad array of guest appearances.

".Just the sort of jet-set cool we love. Throw it on at your next shindig and much rump-shaking is sure to ensue" - (Playboy.com)

"..James Brown and The Meters would finally be proud of electronic music's accomplishments" - (BPM Magzine)

"...Funky, kinda crunky Europeans with refreshingly major attitudes.." - (Skope Magazine)

"...weekend bender sort of record that had a bit too much 'fun' and forgot to goto work on Monday..to say this is a good time would be an understatement" - (First Coast News)

"...Torpedo Boyz aren't ashamed to tell you what they're all about: beats and basslines. Working in a funky breaks space" - (Properly Chilled)

The TORPEDO BOYZ ask: "Are You Talking To Me???" Kentastic and Rollin Hand, DJs and producers from Berlin/Tokyo and Paris want to have a straight answer. Stop wasting your time with meaningless club music and try to remember what music is all about.

The TORPEDO BOYZ stand for fat beats, funky breaks and groovy basslines.

While other producers can't do without samples it seems almost unbelievable that the TORPEDO BOYZ are actually playing all of their instruments. Yes, it's all hand-made, folks!

TORPEDO BOYZ' first 12" "Gimme A Bassline!" an infectious, dirty & phat mother of a groove, scored a no. 5 position in the German Club Charts (DCC) while hitting top DJ playlist around the globe in 2004. The same year Kentastic played his first US gigs with Ursula 1000 and

"Are You Talking To Me???"followed into the DCC Top 20.

Bobby Hebb, known as composer and lyricist of the mega hit "Sunny" lend his almost 70-year-old voice to the Boyz for the album track "Trust, Integrity & Pure Love" while Fort Knox Five, top cool & en vogue producers from Washington DC remixed "Are You Talking To Me ???" to an incredible dancefloor action effect.

The list of guest musicians with ODD (Japan), Returner (Cuba), Serge Kool (France), Gil de Gil (Brasil) - just to name a few - can't be more colorful and reflect the boundary-breaking versatility of the TORPEDO BOYZ.

Currently the TORPEDO BOYZ is scoring worldwide with their remix for Killergroove Formula's underground breaks stomper "Keep On Burnin'"!

Meanwhile their album track "Abacus" is featured on the current "Cheerios"-cereal tv ad in the UK and Finland. Not to mention sports fashion maker PUMA putting "Gimme A Bassline!" underneath their new MTV summer fashion trailer.

Yeah buddies, it's time to get the message out and kick ass!

Kentastic: "We'll make them kids shake their groovy thang!"

Now you are taking the Torpedo Boyz seriously?! Trainspotters watch out! Fort Knox Five, the ultra-cool producer team from Washington, recently remixed "Are You Talking To Me ???" and "Start Being Nicer" has been reworked by Pet and The Killergroove Formula. If that's not real "Headache Music", we don't know else

...Get ready North America,..you have been warned

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A/C Guy feat. Returner
Gimme A Bassline! feat. Jason Murtagh
Spiders In My Brain feat. Space Kelly
Are You Talking To Me ??? feat. Returner
Au Jour Et A L'Heure feat. Serge Kool
Trust, Integrity & Pure Love feat. Bobby Hebb
Bokura wa Shonen Tantei-Dan feat. ODD
Oni Bolnye Na Golovu feat. AK47
Any Trash Professor Abacus? feat. Prof. Abacus
Start Being Nicer feat. Returner
Jamais Imaginei feat. Gil de Gil
Loontse Mihalie feat. The Loonie Boys



Verve Jazz Masters 27 - Roland Kirk
jazz | mp3 VBR (256 avg. Kbps) | 99.9 MB | October 18, 1994

1 Three For The Festival
2 Blue Rol
3 Reeds And Deeds
4 Hip Chops
5 From Bechet, Byas, And Fats
6 Berkshire Blues
7 A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
8 March On, Swan Lake
9 The Haunted Melody
10 Meeting On Termini's Corner
11 Rolando
12 Blues For Alice
13 Black Diamond
14 You Did It, You Did It
15 Where Monk And Mingus Live/ Let's Call This
16 Blues For C & T

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Verve Jazz Masters 23 - Gil Evans
jazz | mp3 VBR (220 avg. Kbps) | 99.4 MB | 1994

1 Time Of The Barracudas
2 Greensleeves
3 Last Night When You Were Young
4 She's A Carioca
5 Moon And Sand
6 Las Vegas Tango
7 Spoonful
8 Concorde
9 I Will Wait For You
10 The Barbara Song

Download VJM 23 (98 MB)


Genesis-The Best
RS.com | 320kbps | Released 1995 | Pop | 167mb

01. Mama 06:51
02. I Can't Dance 04:03
03. Invisible Touch 03:29
04. No Son Of Mine 06:39
05. Land Of Confusion 04:48
06. Man On The Corner 04:27
07. Jesus He Knows Me 04:18
08. In Too Deep 05:03
09. Misunderstanding 03:16
10. Many Too Many 03:34
11. Throwing It All Away 03:54
12. Your Own Special Way 06:21
13. Hold On My Heart 04:40
14. Turn It On Again 03:53
15. A Trick Of The Tail 04:36
16. Follow You, Follow Me 03:59



Peter White (2006) «Playin' Favorites»
FLAC | Mode: 8, Best Compression | 44:49 Min | 297 Mb
Styles: Jazz, Jazz-Pop, Smooth Jazz, Crossover Jazz

For his tenth full-length album, Playin' Favourites, British smooth jazz giant Peter White decided to, as the title suggests, turn to some of his favorite tracks from the '60s, '70s, and '80s, giving each of them his own interpretation (he did a similar thing in 1994's Reflections). Working with longtime producer Paul Brown, as well as musicians Boney James, Rick Braun, and Dave Camp, among others, White successfully turns the 11 songs on Playin' Favourites into instant crossover jazz hits. Mainly this means adding horns and keyboards to the background while the guitarist lithely moves around from the melody into lush improvisationally based solos, rendering them much slicker and smoother than they were before (although granted, he didn't have to do much to turn Bacharach's James Bond classic "The Look of Love" into something so adult contemporary). For many of the songs White chooses, the arrangements, albeit a bit sugary, transfer well, and create very soothing, clean pieces of music that could be used in any setting where being inoffensively unmemorable is a priority. But for his version of "Hit the Road Jack," though he uses just his guitar, an upright bass, some finger-snapping, and a male vocal quartet in an attempt to sound bluesy, he still loses a lot of the urgency and instinct that made Ray Charles' rendition so affecting and great. By moving from the soul and emotion of the late pianist and singer towards something more universally "palatable," White ends up not properly respecting the contributions and innovations Ray Charles brought to music, which is unfortunate, because honoring his idols was most assuredly his purpose in making this album. The record's not a failure by any stretch: there's still plenty of smooth jazz to carry the audience through the quiet hours of the day, but because Playin' Favourites is a cover album, and it doesn't do all of the songs included on it quite enough justice, it ends up falling a little short. ~ Review by Marisa Brown ~

Artist: Peter White
Album: Playin' Favorites
Label: Columbia/Legacy Records
Genre: Jazz
Styles: Jazz, Jazz-Pop, Smooth Jazz, Crossover Jazz
Original Release Date: June 27, 2006
Quality/Bitrate: FLAC / Mode: 8, Best Compression / 44.1 Khz / Stereo
Total Time: 44:49 Min
Website: http://www.peterwhite.com/

~ Track Listing ~
01. What Does It Take (To Win Your Love) [04:02]
02. The Look Of Love [04:18]
03. Déjà Vu [04:29]
04. Mister Magic [03:39]
05. Lovely Day [04:14]
06. Crazy Love [03:44]
07. Sunny [04:03]
08. For The Love Of You [05:11]
09. Hit The Road Jack [02:33]
10. You Are Everything [04:22]
11. One On One [04:14]

Total size: 297 Mb

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Phineas Newborn - Phineas' Rainbow (1956)

Phineas Newborn - Phineas' Rainbow (1956)
Jazz | Mp3 | 320Kbps | 97,7MB + 14,9MB | Covers
Phineas Newborn Jr. (p) Calvin Newborn (g) George Joyner (b) Philly Joe Jones (d)
Recorded between October 16, 1956 and October 22, 1956. Originally released on RCA (LPM 1421). Includes liner notes by Bill Coss.

Track Listing

1. Overtime
2. Angel Eyes
3. Come To Baby, Do
4. Stairway To The Stars
5. Lands End
6. Clarisse
7. She (She Means Everything To Me)
8. Tin Tin Deo
9. Autumn In New York
10. What Is This Thing Called Love

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STARSHIP - We Built This City - The Very Best Of
RS.com | 320 kb | Pop | Released 1997 | 129 mb

"We Built This City" is the greatest hits collection of enthusiastic 1980s rock band Starship, which was derived from renowned classic rock group Jefferson Airplane.

01. We Built This City
02. Jane
03. Nothing's Gonna Stop Us N
04. It's Not Over (Till It's
05. Babylon
06. Set The Night To Music
07. Sara
08. Love Among The Cannibals
09. Rock Myself To Sleep
10. Hearts Of The World
11. It's Not Enough
12. Layin It On The Line
13. Find Your Way Back
14. Stranger
15. No Way Out
16. Don't Lose Any Sleep
17. Good Heart



Eric Clapton - Complete Clapton (Oct 2007)
Mp3 | 192 KBit/s | 120MB | Genre: Rock | Year: 2007

Eric Clapton: his music, his story. 36 of Eric's greatest songs from 1968 to 2006 in one collection for the first time ever! This 36 selection multi-disc set features hits from 1968 to 2006 including "Crossroads," Badge," "Layla," "Tears In Heaven," "Change The World" and much more.

Track List: Disc #1/2
01. I Feel Free 2:54
02. Sunshine Of Your Love 4:11
03. White Room 4:59
04. Crossroads (Live At Winterland) 4:08
05. Badge 2:42
06. Presence Of The Lord 4:49
07. After Midnight 3:08
08. Let It Rain 5:06
09. Bell Bottom Blues 5:01
10. Layla 7:09
11. Let It Grow 4:57
12. I Shot The Sheriff 4:22
13. Knockin' On Heaven's Door 4:24
14. Hello Old Friend 3:34
15. Cocaine 3:35
16. Lay Down Sally 3:49
17. Wonderful Tonight 3:41
18. Promises 2:59
19. I Can't Stand It 4:08

Track List: Disc #2/2
01. I've Got A Rock 'N' Roll Heart 3:16
02. She's Waiting 4:56
03. Forever Man 3:14
04. It's In The Way That You Use It 4:13
05. Miss You 5:07
06. Pretending 4:43
07. Bad Love 5:08
08. Tears In Heaven 4:35
09. Layla (Unplugged) 4:39
10. Running On Faith (Unplugged) 6:12
11. Motherless [CENSORED] 2:59
12. Change The World 3:56
13. My Father's Eyes 5:24
14. Riding With The King (With B.B. 4:25
15. Sweet Home Chicago 5:17
16. If I Had Possession Of 3:27
Judgement Day
17. Ride The River (With J.J. Cale) 4:35