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LaVern Baker - Soul on Fire: The Best of LaVern Baker (1991)  Music

Posted by SuniR at Nov. 11, 2016
LaVern Baker - Soul on Fire: The Best of LaVern Baker (1991)

LaVern Baker - Soul on Fire: The Best of LaVern Baker (1991)
EAC | FLAC (log,tracks+cue) -> 197 Mb (5% Rec.)| Scans -> 122 Mb
R&B, Blues, Soul | Label: Atlantic, 7567-82311-2 | 1991 | 0:53:42

Simply put, LaVern Baker, one of the greatest vocalists in Atlantic Records' history, could sing anything, as she proved again and again during a seven-year run of chart hits that began with 1955's "Tweedle Dee" and culminated in 1963's "See See Rider." Her material, supplied by many of the era's greatest songwriters (Leiber-Stoller, Pomus-Shuman, and many others), encouraged her to draw on her gospel and big band backgrounds in exploring the emotional subtext of serious ruminations on life such as "Saved" and the powerful "Soul on Fire." The latter was her first Atlantic single, and on it she used virtually every vocal technique at her command to bring out the slow-burning sensuality of the Ahmet Ertegun-penned gem of erotic longing. Thus was notice served, and, in the glorious years that followed, Baker cut a swath wide enough that her name and label-mate Ruth Brown's were spoken in the same reverent terms, sotto voce. The 20 tracks here remain as vital today as they were indispensable to the music's evolution in her own time. –David McGee

Chick Corea - The Ultimate Adventure (2006)  Music

Posted by ruskaval at Oct. 28, 2009
Chick Corea - The Ultimate Adventure (2006)

Chick Corea - The Ultimate Adventure (2006)
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 513 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 165 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 65 Mb
© 2006 Concord / Stretch Records | 0013431904526
Jazz / Fusion / Contemporary Jazz

Chick Corea - The Ultimate Adventure (2006)

A lengthy tone poem based on the L. Ron Hubbard story THE ULTIMATE ADVENTURE, Chick Corea's album of the same name is an evocative excursion into jazz fusion. With the help of old friends and cohorts (Airto Moreira, Steve Gadd) and the members of his new band, Touchstone, Corea has created a sound narrative that is as enticing and image-filled as its literary inspiration.
Hubert Laws's sinuous flute and the use of palmas and auxiliary percussion give ULTIMATE ADVENTURE an exotic, Middle Eastern sound, with wisp-like phrases of melody floating above a simmering bed of rhythm. Corea's keys playing is as adventurous as ever, veering between classically-infused flourishes, hard rhythmic comping, and deliciously abstract melodies.
Aerosmith - 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection - The Best Of Aerosmith (2007)

Aerosmith - 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection - The Best Of Aerosmith (2007)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 467 Mb | Scans (JPG, 600 dpi) ~ 52 Mb | RAR 5% Recovery
Arena Rock, Classic Rock, Hard Rock | Geffen Records #B0001101-02

Those who do not pay much attention to record company affiliations should be warned that this discount-priced album, billed as the "best of Aerosmith," represents only their most popular recordings made for Geffen Records between 1987 and 1994. That said, it represents them well, including all 11 of Aerosmith's Top 40 hits from the period ("Angel," "Janie's Got a Gun," "Love in an Elevator," etc.), plus the track "Deuces Are Wild" from the album The Beavis and Butt-Head Experience. This, of course, was the period when the bandmembers were collaborating with such songwriting hacks as Desmond Child, Holly Knight, and Jim Vallance to considerable commercial effect, maintaining the comeback they had launched with Run-D.M.C.'s remake of "Walk This Way"…
General Johnson ‎- The Best Of The Arista Years (2011)

General Johnson ‎- The Best Of The Arista Years (2011)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 704 MB | Covers Included
R&B | Label: Edsel / Demon | Catalog Number: EDSS 1057

Released by the U.K.’s Edsel label in 2011, this compilation has a title that is somewhat misleading. The Best of the Arista Years contains Showmen and Chairmen of the Board leader General Johnson's self-titled 1976 album – co-produced with Rick Chertoff – in its entirety. The remainder of the disc consists of the disco version of one of the album’s A-sides, “Don’t Walk Away,” the B-side “Ready Willing and Able,” the 12” version of the 1977 single “Let’s Fool Around,” and the 12” disco version of another 1977 single, “Can’t Nobody Love Me Like You Do.” While none of it quite matches Johnson’s best moments with Chairmen of the Board, it’s all sturdy, disco-laced mid-‘70s soul, comparable to what the likes of Willie Hutch and Johnny Bristol were releasing at the time. Each one of the A-sides impacted the R&B chart, with the Top 25 “All in the Family” the most successful of all. This is likely the first time any of the material has appeared on compact disc.

Chick Corea - The Best Of Chick Corea (1993)  

Posted by TmanHome at June 4, 2015
Chick Corea - The Best Of Chick Corea (1993)

Chick Corea - The Best Of Chick Corea (1993)
Jazz | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 59 min | 135 MB
Label: Blue Note | Rel: 1993

Chick Corea has been one of the most significant jazzmen since the '60s. Not content at any time to rest on his laurels, he has been involved in quite a few important musical projects, and his musical curiosity has never dimmed. A masterful pianist who, along with Herbie Hancock and Keith Jarrett, was one of the top stylists to emerge after Bill Evans and McCoy Tyner, Corea is also one of the few electric keyboardists to be quite individual and recognizable on synthesizers.

Pink Floyd - Echoes: The Best Of Pink Floyd (2001) 2CD  Music

Posted by Andi_Deris at May 23, 2016
Pink Floyd - Echoes: The Best Of Pink Floyd (2001) 2CD

Pink Floyd - Echoes: The Best Of Pink Floyd (2001) 2CD
EAC Rip | FLAC: Image+Cue+Log | 990 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 432 Mb | Scans | 167 Mb | Time: 01:16:51 + 01:18:37
Genre: Progressive Rock, Psychedelic Rock | Label: EMI Records Ltd. | Cat.: 0946 3 52586 2 2

"Echoes: The Best of Pink Floyd" is a compilation album by Pink Floyd. It was released by EMI Records in the United Kingdom on 5 November 2001 and the following day in the United States through Capitol Records. It debuted at number 2 on the Billboard 200 album chart on 24 November 2001, with sales of 214,650 copies. It remained on the chart for 26 weeks. The album was certified Gold, Platinum and Double Platinum on 6 December 2001 in the US by the RIAA. It was certified Triple Platinum in the US on 8 January 2002, and Quadruple platinum on 10 September 2007.

VA - Kev Beadle Presents The Best Of Inner City Records (2016)  Music

Posted by ciklon5 at March 19, 2016
VA - Kev Beadle Presents The Best Of Inner City Records (2016)

VA - Kev Beadle Presents The Best Of Inner City Records (2016)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:03:40 | 154 Mb + 3% Recovery
Genre: Jazz, Lo-Fi, Instrumental / Label: BBE

Created by industry legend, MMO Music Group founder and true godfather of karaoke Irv Kratka alongside producer Eric Kriss, Inner City. During its decade or so in existence, the label put together a formidable catalogue of jazz music and was voted Record Label Of The Year in 1979 by the International Jazz Critics Poll. As well as ‘classic jazz’, the label also gave a platform to more avant-garde material and dabbled in the emerging ‘jazz fusion’ sounds of the day. Fondly remembered by jazz lovers everywhere, the label boasts a particularly fervent fan-base in London, where many of its releases found favour in the underground dance clubs of Soho and Covent Garden. Having previously curated projects for labels such as Blue Note and Cadet, Kev has dug deep in the crates to emerge with this gem of an album.

Suzi Quatro ‎– The Best Of Suzi Quatro (1996)  

Posted by hill0 at May 19, 2015
Suzi Quatro ‎– The Best Of Suzi Quatro (1996)

Suzi Quatro ‎– The Best Of Suzi Quatro (1996)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks & cue & log) | 377 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 164 MB | Scans | 00:55:52
Genre: Hard Rock / Pop Rock | Country: USA | Label: Disky | DC 870002

The Best of Suzi Quatro on Disky is a fairly solid collection of Suzi's early rockers. Leading off with the furious one-two punch of "Can the Can" and "48 Crash," the pace is fast and wild from beginning to end with a couple of ballads for breath near the end. Quatro doesn't get the credit she deserves for being a female hard rock pioneer; in the U.S. she is seen as Leather Tuscadero from Happy Days first and foremost, with her recording career an afterthought at best. That is a shame because Suzi could flat out rock. With the help of Mike Chapman and Nicky Chinn's songwriting and production, she created a body of work that is almost equal to Joan Jett's.
Faces - Snakes And Ladders. The Best Of Faces (1976) [Warner-Pioneer WPCP-4040, Japan]

Faces - Snakes And Ladders. The Best Of Faces (1976)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
1990 | Warner-Pioneer, WPCP-4040 | ~ 297 or 117 Mb | Scans(600dpi, jpg) -> 63 Mb
Classic Rock

Snakes & Ladders is a fine 12-song overview of the Faces, containing some of the group's best songs ("Had Me a Real Good Time," "Stay With Me," "Miss Judy's Farm," "Sweet Lady Mary," "Ooh La La," "Cindy Incidentally"), along with a couple of mediocre cuts ("Pineapple and the Monkey," "Flying") and the unremarkable, single-only "Pool Hall Richard." Though it gives a sense of what made the Faces a great rock & roll band, it falls far short of being a definitive retrospective or introduction…

If - Forgotten Roads - The Best Of If (1995)  Music

Posted by [email protected] at May 1, 2010
If - Forgotten Roads - The Best Of If (1995)

If - Forgotten Roads - The Best Of If (1995)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | 392 MB | 60,05 min | Scans
Label: Sequel Records (1995) | Jazz Rock / Progressive Rock | RAR 3% Rec.
Recorded 1970-1971

Forgotten Roads: The Best of IF was British jazz-rock group If's first compilation album, released on CD twenty years after the band's dissolution in 1975. The tracks and line-up were from the first three If albums. It was followed two years later by a collection of live recordings from tours in Europe. If was a seminal band formed in 1969 as Britain’s answer to the pioneering U.S. bands Blood, Sweat and Tears and Chicago. Unlike these groups, however, If did not have a trumpet or trombone player but instead featured two saxophone players. Essentially a live band, true to its strong jazz influences, If was one of the few jazz-rock groups, both then and now, to feature solos by all the band members, not just by the lead instruments.