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Supertramp - Crime of the Century {Speakers Corner} Vinyl Rip 24/96 {RE-UP}

Supertramp ‎– Crime Of The Century (1974)
Vinyl Rip 24/96 | 990 Mb, 4% RAR Recovery | FLAC | Artwork
Speakers Corner ‎– A&M SP 3647 (GER, 1999) | Rock
For me, the best edition of this album, so far.

Patti Smith-Horses {Speakers Corner} Vinyl Rip 24/96  

Posted by saidalani at Nov. 6, 2014
Patti Smith-Horses {Speakers Corner} Vinyl Rip 24/96

Patti Smith ‎– Horses (1975)
Vinyl Rip 24/96 | 920 Mb, 4% RAR Recovery | FLAC tracks | Artwork | NF
Arista ‎– AL 4066, Speakers Corner Records (Original Germany, 2006) | Rock

Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Albums of All Time – Rated 44/500!
John Mayall With Eric Clapton ‎– Blues Breakers {Speakers Corner} Vinyl Rip 24/96

John Mayall With Eric Clapton ‎– Blues Breakers (1966)
Vinyl Rip 24/96 | 860 Mb, 4% RAR Recovery | Artwork | NF
Speakers Corner Records ‎– Decca ‎– SKL 4804 (Original Germany, 2000) | Blues, Rock

Limited Edition – Pure Analogue Audiophile Mastering – Pressed at Pallas Germany - 180 gram Virgin Vinyl
Mahavishnu Orchestra-The Inner Mounting Flame {Speakers Corner} Vinyl Rip 24/96

Mahavishnu Orchestra ‎– The Inner Mounting Flame (1971)
Vinyl rip in 24 bit/96 kHz | FLAC tracks | Artwork | 1020 Mb, 4% RAR Recovery | NF
Speakers Corner Records ‎– PC 31067 (Reissue Germany, 2008) | Jazz Rock
Stan Getz - Stan Getz with Guest Artist Laurindo Almeida (Speakers Corner Records LP) Vinyl rip in 16/44.1 Khz

Stan Getz - Stan Getz with Guest Artist Laurindo Almeida (1963)
Vinyl rip in 16-bit/44.1kHz | Apple Lossless, artworks | 200 Mb | Stereo | 5% RAR Recovery
Styles: Jazz, Latin Jazz, Bossa nova
Verve Records ‎– V6-8665, Speakers Corner Records

Three weeks after completing his meeting with Luiz Bonfá and only two days after the epochal Getz/Gilberto sessions, Stan Getz was back in the studio recording more bossa nova.
Lou Reed ‎– Transformer {Speakers Corner Reissue} vinyl rip 24/96

Lou Reed Transformer (1972)
Vinyl rip in 24 bit/96 kHz | 800 Mb | FLAC tracks | Complete Artwork | UL
Speakers Corner Records ‎– LSP-4807, RCA Victor ‎– LSP-4807 (German Reissue) (2004) | Rock
Supertramp ‎– Crime Of The Century {Speakers Corner} vinyl rip 24/96 {NEW RIP, NEW RIG}

Supertramp ‎– Crime Of The Century (1974)
Vinyl rip in 24 bit/96 kHz | 895 Mb | FLAC tracks | Artwork | FF, UL
Speakers Corner ‎– A&M SP 3647 (1999) ( Remastered, 180 Gram ) | Rock


Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong ‎– Ella And Louis {Speakers Corner} {TWO RIPS} vinyl rip 24/96

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong ‎– Ella And Louis (1956)
Vinyl rip in 24 bit/96 kHz | FLAC tracks, Tech Log | Artwork | 1,07 + 1,03 Gb | UL,FF
Verve Records ‎– MG V-4003, Speakers Corner Records ‎– 009 4003 (Europe Reissue, Rem.??) | Jazz, Swing

Ella and Louis is a 1956 studio album by Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong, accompanied by the Oscar Peterson Quartet. Having previously collaborated in the late 1940s for the Decca label, this was the first of three albums that Fitzgerald and Armstrong were to record together for Verve Records. (Wiki)
John Coltrane - Africa/Brass (Speakers Corner 180g) LP rip in 24 Bit/ 96 Khz + Redbook

John Coltrane - Africa/Brass
Impulse/Speakers Corner
Vinyl rip in 24-bit/96kHz & 16-bit/44.1kHz | FLAC (Tracks), artworks | Stereo | 737 + 216Mo | 5% RAR Recovery | 1961
Styles: Jazz, Hard Bop, Post-Bop | RapidShare Download

John Coltrane's debut for the Impulse label was a bit unusual, for the great tenor and his quartet were joined by a medium-sized backup group on Eric Dolphy arrangements of "Africa," "Greensleeves," and "Blues Minor." "Africa" in particular is quite memorable although Coltrane would not pursue any further recordings in this direction in the future, making this a change of pace in his discography. Allmusic 4.5*/5
Great sounding re-issue!!!
Bill Withers - Just As I Am - 1971 - 24/96 180gm Speakers Corner Vinyl - SXBS 7006

Bill Withers - Just As I Am - 1971 - 24/96 180gm Speakers Corner Vinyl - SXBS 7006
FLAC | 24bit | 96Khz | Stereo | 726 MB - 5% recovery
Rapidshare | Soul

By the time Bill Withers made this, his debut recording, he'd already served for many years in the US Navy, had a job as a milkman and installed toilets in jets for American airplane construction companies. All the while, he bombarded record companies with self-produced demo tapes that landed in the dustbin. In 1971 came his breakthrough when the successful producer Booker T. Jones hauled him onboard and sent him into the studio with guitarist Stephen Stills, drummer Al Jackson and bass player Donald "Duck" Dunn. In his debut album, Withers demonstrates his universal, mature competence as a singer, composer and performer, which was hardly surpassed in his later recordings.