Daddy Mack Blues Band A Bluesman Looks At Seventy (2015)

Daddy Mack Blues Band - A Bluesman Looks At Seventy (2015)

Daddy Mack Blues Band - A Bluesman Looks At Seventy (2015)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 312 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included | Time: 00:48:54
Genre: Memphis Blues, Electric Blues | Label: Inside Sounds | # ISC0544

When people say, “Memphis blues ain’t what it used to be,” they haven’t heard the Daddy Mack Blues Band. All of its members at one time or another played in the Fieldstones, one of the most talked-about urban blues bands since the 1970s. Led by Mack Orr on lead guitar and vocals, this four-piece group is down-home and funky, and the best band around for cuttin’ loose on a Saturday night. Their raw approach to blues is something too often missing in contemporary blues. Since 1998, they have been the house band at the Center For Southern Folklore on Beale Street, where thousands of tourists from all corners of the world have experienced their natural and soulful musical blend. They have also toured across the country, from Huntsville to Las Vegas, and played in Europe.
Daddy Mack Blues Band - A Bluesman Looks At Seventy (2015)

Daddy Mack Blues Band - A Bluesman Looks At Seventy (2015)
Blues | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 00:48:56 | 117 MB
Label: Inside Sounds | Release Year: 2015

Daddy Mack Blues Band has been a staple of the blues on an international level since the late 90's. Having toured across the United States, Canada, and Europe, Daddy Mack has earned legendary status. With six albums commercially released and critical acclaim from media around the world, Daddy Mack hasn't slowed down one bit.

Daddy Mack Blues Band - Pay The Piper (2012)  

Posted by jclane at April 21, 2012
Daddy Mack Blues Band - Pay The Piper (2012)

Daddy Mack Blues Band - Pay The Piper (2012)
EAC Rip | FLAC Image + Cue + Log | Complete Scans Included | 339 MB
MP3 CBR @320 kbps (LAME 3.99) | Joint Stereo | 130 MB
Inside Sounds | ISC-0539 | Blues | RAR 3% Recovery

Pay The Piper is Daddy Mack Blues Band's fifth CD and features the charismatic Daddy Mack Orr in fine form. Opening with "Showtime," he confidently introduces the band, asking the listener to "sing along" while a soulful horn section jabs and swells throughout the track. "Best In Town" continues the light mood and includes a searing harmonica solo by special guest Billy Gibson.

The Blues Band - Rock Goes To College 1980 (2015)  Music

Posted by v3122 at Oct. 1, 2016
The Blues Band - Rock Goes To College 1980 (2015)

The Blues Band - Rock Goes To College 1980 (2015)
DVD5: NTSC 16:9 (720x480) VBR, Auto Letterboxed
LinearPCM, 2 ch,1536Kbps / Dolby AC3, 6 ch, 448Kbps
Blues / Blues Rock | Repertoire Records | 00:42:48 | ~ 3.47 Gb

~ The Blues Band Live at Keele University Staffordshire, United Kingdom 22nd May, 1980 ~
The Blues Band - Rock Goes To College (1980) [2015, Repertoire Records, REPUK 1238]

The Blues Band - Rock Goes To College (1980)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Repertoire Records, REPUK 1238 | ~ 319 or 122 Mb | Scans Included
Modern Electric Blues / Blues Rock

~ Keele University Staffordshire, United Kingdom 22nd May, 1980 ~
Climax Chicago Blues Band - A Lot Of Bottle (1970)

Climax Chicago Blues Band - A Lot Of Bottle (1970)
Blues Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Repertoire RR 4046-C | rel: 1990 | 350Mb

This album starts out promisingly (and interestingly, and misleadingly) with a cool acoustic number, "Country Hat," before the amplification gets cranked up and a lot of subtlety goes out the window. Still, this is generally an exciting album, if not always an interesting one. The band plays hard enough on grinding, crunchy shouters like "Reap What I've Sowed" (which features a wondering, soaring solo by Peter Haycock, and a spellbinding performance by Derek Holt on bass), which also parallels Mountain's contemporary release "Mississippi Queen"; and they bring back in that oft-overlooked instrument, the saxophone (played by Colin Cooper), on "Brief Case." Much of the rest is on the bland side, " "Alright Blue?" being a tedious workout for the harmonica as lead instrument.

What is Death?: A Scientist Looks at the Cycle of Life (Repost)  

Posted by Specialselection at Jan. 21, 2014
What is Death?: A Scientist Looks at the Cycle of Life (Repost)

Tyler Volk, "What is Death?: A Scientist Looks at the Cycle of Life"
English | 2002-03-01 | ISBN: 0471375446 | 244 pages | PDF | 1.6 mb
Vargas Blues Band - Spanish Fly Live At Club Nokia Beat (2003) DVD [Re-Post]

Vargas Blues Band - Spanish Fly Live At Club Nokia Beat (2003) (DVD-5)
DVD-5 | PAL | VOB | Screen 4:3 | Total Duration: Approximately 70 Min | All Regions | 3.6 GB | + Cover
Genre: Blues/Blues-Rock/Latin/Latin-Pop | English | Color | Dolby Digital 5.1 Stereo
RAR 5% Rec. | FilePost + Rapidshare

First live DVD of the band, where each and every one of the topics are instrumental. Recorded past 28 November 2003 in room Oasis of Zaragoza in a private performance Club Nokia offered to its partners. This DVD contains 14 of their best songs. Among them are classics of Vargas as Buenos Aires Blues, Spanish Fly or the very Latin Blues seduced Carlos Santana, other unpublished and versions such as: Cause We Ended As Lovers of Stevie Wonder, albatross, a classic of Fleetwood Mac, among others. Ultimately, this DVD live shows the unique ability of Javier Vargas from Blues, fusing musical styles and get an own label music.
La Monte Young & The Forever Bad Blues Band - Just Stompin' - Live At The Kitchen

La Monte Young & The Forever Bad Blues Band - Just Stompin' - Live At The Kitchen (1993)
XLD Rip | Flac (Tracks-2) Cue, Log, m3u, md5, st5, ffp | complete Artwork 300 dpi | 678 MB
Classical / Avant-garde /Blues | 1993 | Gramavision | R2 79487

Two hours, one song (never mind "song", one chord progression), no break and zero boredom. At the Kitchen in New York, pianist La Monte Young and his Forever Bad Blues Band rocked me out of my socks and into deep trance-dance hypnosis, the closest so-called art music had ever taken me to true groove heaven. - David Fricke, Rolling Stone

What Is Death? ...A Scientist Looks At The Cycle Of Life  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Smiles at March 22, 2006
What Is Death? ...A Scientist Looks At The Cycle Of Life

What Is Death? …A Scientist Looks At The Cycle Of Life

Tyler Volk | J.Wiley | ISBN: 0-471-15100-9 | 5 Stars! | 2002 | 256 Pages | 15 MB

An Exploration Of The Meaning Of Death And Its Profound Implications About The Meaning Of Life