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Cardamar - Where The Skies End (2007)  Music

Posted by gribovar at May 25, 2017
Cardamar - Where The Skies End (2007)

Cardamar - Where The Skies End (2007)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue+log) - 504 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 175 MB | Covers - 48 MB
Genre: Downtempo, Ambient | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Cardamar Music (CARD008)

Cardamar's second journey is about worlds within worlds of music. Melodic chillout goodness pushed to its boundaries. A more than worthy follow-up to "Steam", which will satisfy all fans of an emotional journey beyond the boundaries of your imagination.
"Where the Skies End" is a hypnotic assembly of ambient compositions. Throughout this entire collection, listeners are induced into the trance of an impressive combination of sound effects held together with well-arranged percussion…
Fairport Convention - The Essential: Who Knows Where The Time Goes (2017)

Fairport Convention - The Essential: Who Knows Where The Time Goes
XLD Rip | FLAC (tracks)+cue, log, front cover | 212:45 min | 1.19 GB
Label: Spectrum Music – SPECESS010 | Tracks: 52 | Rls.date: 2017
Folk Rock, British Folk

A slick 3-CD gatefold package that walks you through a legendary back catalogue of folk giants Fairport Convention. Featuring tracks such as Si Tu Dois Partir, Meet On The Ledge, Who Knows Where the Time Goes?, Matty Groves and many more.

Where the Domino Fell: America and Vietnam 1945-1995 (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by nebulae at July 9, 2017
Where the Domino Fell: America and Vietnam 1945-1995 (Repost)

James S. Olson, Randy W. Roberts, "Where the Domino Fell: America and Vietnam 1945-1995"
2008 | ISBN: 1405182229 | English | 336 Pages | EPUB | 3 MB

Fuels, Chemicals and Materials from the Oceans and Aquatic Sources  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Underaglassmoon at June 4, 2017
Fuels, Chemicals and Materials from the Oceans and Aquatic Sources

Fuels, Chemicals and Materials from the Oceans and Aquatic Sources
Wiley | English | 2017 | ISBN-10: 111911716X | 304 pages | PDF | 7.57 mb

by Francesca M. Kerton (Editor), Ning Yan (Editor)
John Lenehan - Michael Nyman: The Piano Concerto & Where the Bee Dances (1998)

John Lenehan - Michael Nyman: The Piano Concerto & Where the Bee Dances (1998)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 47:08 | 269 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Naxos | Catalog: 8.554168

This isn’t the best recording of The Piano Concerto. Despite the fact that, for me at least, John Lenehan has always been the definitive Nyman pianist other than the composer himself, Stott’s interpretation has more vigour and Lawson’s more musicality. Lenehan’s performance is also muddied by the recording’s vague acoustic, a particularly telling problem for die-hard Nymaniacs who have grown up with the crisp, punchy, quasi-rock production style entirely appropriate to Nyman’s music and a trademark since his work with David Cunningham in the early 1980s.

Ecoregions: The Ecosystem Geography of the Oceans and Continents (2nd edition) [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ChrisRedfield at May 2, 2017
Ecoregions: The Ecosystem Geography of the Oceans and Continents (2nd edition) [Repost]

Robert G. Bailey - Ecoregions: The Ecosystem Geography of the Oceans and Continents (2nd edition)
Published: 2014-04-04 | ISBN: 1493905236, 1493937065 | PDF | 180 pages | 10.34 MB

Hugh Masekela - Home Is Where The Music Is (1972) {Verve}  Music

Posted by tiburon at April 7, 2017
Hugh Masekela - Home Is Where The Music Is (1972) {Verve}

Hugh Masekela - Home Is Where The Music Is (1972) {Verve}
EAC 1.0b3 | FLAC tracks | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 451MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz, Fusion, Ethnic Fusion

Released as a double LP on Chisa/Blue Thumb in 1972, Hugh Masekela's Home Is Where the Music Is marked an accessible but sharp detour from his more pop-oriented jazz records of the '60s. Masekela was chasing a different groove altogether. He was looking to create a very different kind of fusion, one that involved the rhythms and melodies of his native South Africa, and included the more spiritual, soul-driven explorations occurring in American music at the time on labels like Strata East, Tribe, and Black Jazz as well as those laid down by Gato Barbieri on Bob Thiele's Flying Dutchman imprint. The South African and American quintet he assembled for the date is smoking. It includes the mighty saxophonist Dudu Pakwana and drummer Makaya Ntshoko, both South African exiles; they were paired with American pianist Larry Willis and bassist Eddie Gomez, creating a wonderfully balanced, groove-oriented ensemble.

Ra's Dawn - From the Vile Catacombs (2017)  Music

Posted by delpotro at March 21, 2017
Ra's Dawn - From the Vile Catacombs (2017)

Ra's Dawn - From the Vile Catacombs (2017)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+log+.cue) - 354 Mb | Scans - 25 Mb | 00:47:19
Progressive Metal | Label: Roll the Bones Records

From The Vile Catacombs isn’t just the coolest album name this side of Iced Earth’s Plagues Of Babylon (2014), it’s also Ra’s Dawn return, of sorts. Notwithstanding rather feeble debut Scales Of Judgement (2006) and admittedly far more stable sophomore effort At The Gates Of Dawn (2009), the German prog metallers, ever with a penchant for the lore of the ancient Egyptians, have taken their sweet time in creating album number three, and done so with nary a fuck to give as to what the critics may think. The album proves to an enjoyable listen as at eight tracks and just under 50 minutes it manages to fly by rather swiftly, an attest to its better qualities as I find myself wanting more.

Kill the Company: End the Status Quo, Start an Innovation Revolution  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ksveta6 at March 11, 2017
Kill the Company: End the Status Quo, Start an Innovation Revolution

Kill the Company: End the Status Quo, Start an Innovation Revolution by Lisa Bodell
2012 | ISBN: 1937134024 | English | 256 pages | EPUB | 2 MB
Across the Oceans: Development of Overseas Business Information Transmission 1815-1875

Across the Oceans: Development of Overseas Business Information Transmission 1815-1875 by Seija-Riitta Laakso
English | Dec. 1, 2006 | ISBN: 9517469047 | 459 Pages | PDF | 7 MB

The origins of this work go back to Italia ‘98, an international philatelic exhibition in Milan, where a well-known French dealer happened to have a box of old letters on his desk. Two of these letters appeared to be especially interesting. They were business correspondence, sent from New York to August Martell in Cognac, France, in the late 1820s, by the ships France and Charlemagne.