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Jello Biafra & New Orleans Raunch and Soul All-Stars - Walk on Jindal's Splinters (2015)

Jello Biafra & New Orleans Raunch and Soul All-Stars - Walk on Jindal's Splinters
Rock, Punk | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 49:09 min | 124 MB + 5% Recovery
Label: Alternative Tentacles | Tracks: 11 | Rls.date: 2015

Live release from the punk icon. Here it is at last! The long-rumored, sweat-soaked live album from the night Bill Davis (Dash Rip Rock) and Fred Le Blanc (Cowboy Mouth) dared Jello Biafra to join them during Jazzfest and sing all classic New Orleans soul, rhythm and blues, and (at Jello's request) garage songs! Joining in were piano Wildman Pete "Wet Dawg" Gordon (Mojo Nixon), Pepper Keenan (Down, Corrosion of Conformity) and a wacky horn section from Egg Yolk Jubilee and Morning 40 Federation that even includes a sousaphone! You want loose? We got loose! You want crazy? That's here, too.

Chris Isaak - Forever Blue (1995) Re-up, New rip  Music

Posted by v3122 at Sept. 12, 2009
Chris Isaak - Forever Blue (1995) Re-up, New rip

Chris Isaak - Forever Blue (1995)
APE(Image + cue) + Log & mp3-320 | EAC Rip | Scans > 46 Mb | ~295 or 94 MB | 5% Recovery
Blues Rock/Southern Rock/Pop Rock | Reprise Records | Cat# 9362-45845-2 | 13 tracks

Without identifying who it was, Isaak made his mood clear with Forever Blue by including a farewell letter in the liner notes to the lover who had dumped him. Kicking things off with the snaky, almost guttural "Baby Did a Bad Bad Thing," later made a theme song for Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut, Isaak lives up to the confused, fractured message in that letter, turning Forever Blue into his own exorcism…
Guadalcanal Diary -  Walking in the Shadow of the Big Man (1984) /Jamboree (1986) [ORIGINAL RECORDING REISSUED 2003]

Guadalcanal Diary - Walking in the Shadow of the Big Man (1984) /Jamboree (1986)
Jangle Pop/Rock indie | APE 434 MB | MP3 CBR 320 | 165 MB - COVERS INCLUDED

Guadalcanal Diary was one of the most underrated bands to come out of the Athens, GA music scene of the 1980s. Their unique brew of lyrics focusing on left-of-center subject matter married to irresistible melodies with a bedrock foundation of thrashing drums and rhythmic bass lines, resulted in a sound that set them apart from their peers R.E.M., Pylon and the B-52's. The two albums on this Audio CD two-fer are the first two of the band's four total major label releases. The first, originally released in 1984, was produced by R.E.M. and Don Dixon. The second, released two years later, was produced by Rodney Mills (.38 Special, Atlanta Rhythm Section) and Steve Nye (XTC, Bryan Ferry, The Cure).
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Klaus Shulze - X - 1978 @320 HQ  Music

Posted by pretoria at Jan. 10, 2010
Klaus Shulze - X - 1978 @320 HQ

Klaus Shulze - X - 1978
Coverscan | Mp3 320 Kbs rip with ITUNES | 266 Mb
1978 Brain Metronome

On "X" Schulze attempted to execute a concept album of six "musical biographies" evoking contemporary or historical intellectuals with an influence on Schulze. The work is often cited as Schulze's magnum opus from the classic era of Berlin School. For two of the tracks, "Friedemann Bach" and "Ludwig II. von Bayern" (as well as the first few minutes of "Heinrich von Kliest") Schulze recorded a modest string orchestra and looped them on tape. He had done this in 1972 on his first solo album, "Irrlicht", but this time he did not filter the orchestra beyond recognition. The mixture of classical music and unearthly electronic sounds gives "X" a much more organic sound than anything Schulze's contemporaries were doing at the time, such as Jean Michel Jarre's "Equinoxe". On following releases Schulze employed a cello, particularly on "Dune". A Legendary Shulze Album
Dorothy Ashby - The Fantastic Jazz Harp Of Dorothy Ashby - 1965 @320 CD

Dorothy Ashby - The Fantastic Jazz Harp Of Dorothy Ashby - 1965
Cover | Mp3 320 kbps rip with ITUNES | 76,3 MB
1965 Atlantic

Nancy Wilson - Yesterday's Love Songs-Today's Blue - 1964 @320  Music

Posted by pretoria at Dec. 1, 2009
Nancy Wilson - Yesterday's Love Songs-Today's Blue - 1964 @320

Nancy Wilson - Yesterday's Love Songs-Today's Blue - 1964
Cover | Mp3 320 kbps rip with ITUNES | 101,7 MB
1964 Capitol Records

YESTERDAY'S LOVE SONGS, TODAY'S BLUES is a key Nancy Wilson album in which she thoroughly examines her blues roots ("Sufferin' With the Blues," "Send Me Yesterday") and middle-class present with a keen, cool eye and magnificently buffed voice. Arranger Gerald Wilson is also able to inhabit both worlds as he and Wilson invest a tune like "Satin Doll" with a pungency it rarely possesses in other hands, least of all Duke Ellington's. Likewise, the luxurious orchestral trappings the arranger drapes around Nancy Wilson's shoulders as she tackles material like "The Very Thought Of You" and "Never Let Me Go" allow this intense singer to tastefully wrench as much emotion as she can from these classic beauties.Personnel: Nancy Wilson (vocals). The Gerald Wilson Orchestra: Al Porcino, Carmell Jones, Jules Chaikin, Freddie Hill (trumpet); Bob Edmondson, John Ewing, Lester Robertson, Kenny Shroyer (trombone); Paul horn, Joe Maini, Teddy Edwards, Harold Land, Don Ruffell (reeds); Jack Wilson (piano); Joe Pass (guitar); Jimmy Bond (bass); Kenny Dennis (drums).

Jimmy McGriff - Main Squeeze - 1974 @320  Music

Posted by pretoria at Dec. 1, 2009
Jimmy McGriff - Main Squeeze - 1974 @320

Jimmy McGriff - Main Squeeze - 1974
Cover | Mp3 320 kbps rip with ITUNES | 89,9 MB
1974 Groove Merchant

One of the grooviest albums ever from Jimmy McGriff -- a hard-wailing session that's filled with plenty of cooking lines on the organ, and a few especially funky tracks! The groove here is tight, short, and very sharp -- strongly in the mode of other post-Sue sessions by McGriff -- like The Worm or other Groove Merchant sides -- with a style that's often much more focused than Jimmy's earlier years, and strongly turned towards the rhythms of the tunes! A few numbers are more familiar soul jazz, but these are nicely offset by the harder funk numbers of the record -- like the romping, stomping break classic "The Main Squeeze", the totally groovy "The Worm Turns", and the fast-vamping "GMI". The group features Jimmy Ponder on guitar and Connie Lester on alto sax -- and other titles include "The Sermon", "Stella By Starlight", and "The Blues Train To Georgia".

Herbie Nichols - Trio Vol 2 (1956) @320  Music

Posted by pretoria at Nov. 20, 2009
Herbie Nichols - Trio Vol 2 (1956) @320

Herbie Nichols - Trio Vol 2 (1956)
Cover | Mp3 320 kbps rip with ITUNES | 76,9 MB
1956 Blue Note

Herbie Nichols - Trio Vol 1 (1956) @320  Music

Posted by pretoria at Nov. 20, 2009
Herbie Nichols - Trio Vol 1 (1956) @320

Herbie Nichols - Trio Vol 1 (1956)
Cover | Mp3 320 kbps rip with ITUNES | 102,2 MB
1956 Blue Note


Some of the most exciting piano jazz ever recorded -- and one of the rare few albums released by the legendary Herbie Nichols. Nichols' heavy handed style is amazing throughout, and the record explodes with energy unheard of on other trio sessions from the time. Part of the credit probably goes to Max Roach, who does a fantastic job backing Herbie up -- but Nichols' overall conception is without compare, and the whole darn thing's pretty fantastic! Titles include "Chit Chatting", "The Gig", "Terpsichore", "Spinning Song", and "Query". 50's bop modernism at its best!
1955 - Herbie Nichols - The Prophetic Herbie Nichols, Vol. 2 - 1955 @320

1955 - Herbie Nichols - The Prophetic Herbie Nichols, Vol. 2 - 1955
Cover | Mp3 320 kbps rip with ITUNES | 59,6 MB
1956 Blue Note


A fantastic reissue of this early Herbie Nichols album for Blue Note, and one that even reproduces the original modernist cover art -- which is a perfect complement to Herbie's modernist playing! The tracks are some of the best avant piano jazz ever recorded, and feature Nichols in a trio with Art Blakey -- who shows an incredibly inventive approach on most of the album. The whole thing's so great, we're tempted to use the word "startling" in place of "prophetic" -- but don't take our word for it, check out tracks like "Shuffle Montgomery", "Brass Rings", "Crisp Day", and "Amoeba's Dance"