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Connie Yo - Coed of the Week for November 17 2011  Graphics

Posted by guasman at Nov. 17, 2011
Connie Yo - Coed of the Week for November 17 2011

Connie Yo - Coed of the Week for November 17 2011
20 JPG | 1066x1600 | 15,8 mb

Yo-Yo Ma - Yo-Yo Ma plays Bach (2017)  Music

Posted by SERTiL at May 12, 2017
Yo-Yo Ma - Yo-Yo Ma plays Bach (2017)

Yo-Yo Ma - Yo-Yo Ma plays Bach
Classical, Baroque | WEB FLAC (tracks) & d. booklet | 80:29 min | 360 MB
Label: Sony Classical | Tracks: 20 | Rls.date: 2017

CBS/Sony Classical has been accompanying superstar cellist Yo-Yo Ma for decades on his journey through the unsurpassed works written for his instrument by Johann Sebastian Bach. The label is now pleased to announce the release of important landmarks from that journey, Yo-Yo Ma Plays Bach, on a single CD. Ma's first recording of Bach's six Solo Suites, which went on to win the Grammy® for "Best Classical Instrumental Performance" and is represented here by the Sarabande from the Sixth Suite, took place in 1982. In the same year, Yo-Yo Ma recorded Bach's complete sonatas for viola da gamba with harpsichordist Kenneth Cooper which was hailed by Gramophone as "intelligent and expressive."
Yo-Yo Post Mortem - HS 1 - 100 Dessins D'humour en Noir et Blanc

Yo-Yo Post Mortem - HS 1 - 100 Dessins D'humour en Noir et Blanc
French | CBR | 108 pages | 13.8 MB
Connie Smith - Sings Great Sacred Songs (1966/2016) [Official Digital Download 24/192]

Connie Smith - Sings Great Sacred Songs (1966/2016)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/192 kHz | Time - 29:31 minutes | 1,24 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Connie Smith Sings Great Sacred Songs is the fourth studio album by American country music artist, Connie Smith. The album was released in June 1966 on RCA Victor Records and was produced by Bob Ferguson. This album was Connie Smith's first Gospel recording and would set the trend for a series of Gospel releases she would issue in the next decade. Upon the album's release, Connie Smith Sings Great Sacred Songs entered the Billboard Magazine charts, peaking at #19 on their Top Country Albums chart, becoming Smith's first LP not to reach the Top 10.
Connie Evingson - Let It Be Jazz: Connie Evingson Sings the Beatles (2003)

Connie Evingson - Let It Be Jazz: Connie Evingson Sings the Beatles (2003)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Image+.cue, log) | 01:06:31 min | Cover included | 410 mb
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz / Label: Summit Records

Connie Evingson isn't the first person to provide a vocal jazz tribute to the Beatles; over the years, everyone from Sarah Vaughan to Czech singer Peter Lipa has interpreted the John Lennon/Paul McCartney songbook. But Let It Be Jazz, the Minneapolis resident's fifth album, is among the more creatively successful..

Connie Chou by Randy Ordinario for NIF  Girls

Posted by nrg at April 7, 2017
Connie Chou by Randy Ordinario for NIF

Connie Chou - Randy Ordinario Photoshoot 2017
12 jpg | up to 1152*1728 | 4.9 MB
Chinese model

Connie Francis - Millenium Collection (1999)  Music

Posted by popsakov at Feb. 3, 2017
Connie Francis - Millenium Collection (1999)

Connie Francis - Millenium Collection (1999)
2CD | EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 513 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 221 Mb
Scans Included (JPG, 300 dpi) | RAR 5% Recovery
Traditional Pop | Millenium #MCPS 20.4013-1/2/MI

A popular singer of tearful ballads and jaunty up-tempo numbers; one of the most successful artists of the 1950s and '60s. Connie Francis is the prototype for the female pop singer of today. At the height of her chart popularity in the late '50s and early '60s, Francis was unique as a female recording artist, amassing record sales equal to or surpassing those of many of her male contemporaries. Ultimately, she branched into other styles of music – big band, country, ethnic, and more. She still challenges Madonna as the biggest-selling female recording artist of all time.

Connie Smith - The Essential Connie Smith (1996)  Music

Posted by BlondStyle at Nov. 29, 2016
Connie Smith - The Essential Connie Smith (1996)

Connie Smith - The Essential Connie Smith (1996)
Country, Country-Pop | EAC Rip | FLAC, Tracks+CUE+LOG+Scans | 51:24 Min | 320,51 Mb
Label: BMG Entertainment (EC) | Released: 1996-04-09

Connie Smith is perhaps the only female singer in the history of country music who can truly claim to be the heiress to Patsy Cline's throne. It's not that there aren't many amazing vocalists in the field, and plenty of legends among them. But in terms of the pure gift of interpretation of taking virtually any song and making it a country song of class and distinction, Smith is it.
Connie Francis - With Love To Buddy: A Trubute To Buddy Holly (1999)

Connie Francis - With Love To Buddy (1999)
EAC Rip | FLAC Tracks+CUE+LOG - 144 MB | All Covers | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps - 71 MB
also knowns as "Connie Sings Buddy" | 46:56 mins | Label: Desperado Records | Cat. # DS027

She was born Concetta Rosemarie Franconero, but the world knows her as Connie Francis. From the humblest of beginnings to the very top of the recording industry, Connie Francis has seen it all. Within two years of her first hit recording "Who's Sorry Now?", a song that's really become her signature song, Connie Francis had achieved world wide record sales surpassing that of all female predecessors and contemporaries! For the record, Connie Francis is the only recording artist to have been awarded 10 Gold Records for 10 individual titles within a two year period. At last count, Connie had 16 Gold Records to her name, and sold over 100 million records. Connie recently (1997) recorded a tribute to Buddy Holly, "With Love to Buddy" for the UK's Carlton Records…
Yo-Yo Ma, English Chamber Orchestra - Haydn: Cello Concertos 1&2 (1981/1993) {Sony Classical}

Yo-Yo Ma, English Chamber Orchestra - Haydn: Cello Concertos 1&2 (1981/1993) {Sony Classical}
EAC 0.99pb5 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 199MB + 5% Recovery
MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 118MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Classical

The Cello Concerto No.1 in C Major, Hob. VIIb/1, by Joseph Haydn was composed around 1761–1765 for longtime friend Joseph Weigl, then the principal cellist of Prince Nicolaus's Esterhazy Orchestra. The work was presumed lost until 1961, when musicologist Oldrich Pulkert discovered a copy of the score at the Prague National Museum. Though some doubts have been raised about the authenticity of the work, most experts believe that Haydn did compose this concerto.