Dc Prestige

DC Prestige - Volume 22 - Robin 3000 1  Comics

Posted by Mendose at April 13, 2016
DC Prestige - Volume 22 - Robin 3000 1

DC Prestige - Volume 22 - Robin 3000 1
Italian | CBR | 52 pages | 31.5 MB

DC Prestige - Volume 26 - Sovereign Seven  Comics

Posted by Mendose at April 4, 2016
DC Prestige - Volume 26 - Sovereign Seven

DC Prestige - Volume 26 - Sovereign Seven
Italian | CBR | 51 pages | 35.5 MB

DC Prestige - Volume 23 - Robin 3000 2  Comics

Posted by Mendose at April 2, 2016
DC Prestige - Volume 23 - Robin 3000 2

DC Prestige - Volume 23 - Robin 3000 2
Italian | CBR | 52 pages | 26.9 MB

DC Prestige - Kal  Comics

Posted by Mendose at Feb. 1, 2013
DC Prestige - Kal

DC Prestige - Kal
Italian | CBR | 70 pages | 114 MB
Andy Bey - Andy Bey & The Bey Sisters (1964-65) {Prestige rel 2000}

Andy Bey - Andy Bey & The Bey Sisters (1964-65) {Prestige rel 2000}
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© 1964-65, 2000 Prestige / Fantasy | PRCD-24245-2
Jazz / Hard Bop / Soul Jazz / Vocal Jazz

Although the vocal trio Andy Bey & the Bey Sisters lasted 11 years, it wasn't as well documented as it should have been. The trio, which consisted of Andy Bey and his sisters Geraldine and Salome, was formed in 1956 and broke up in 1967 – and during that 11-year period, they only recorded three albums. The first was provided for RCA Victor in 1961, and the other two, Now! Hear! and 'Round Midnight, were recorded for Prestige in 1964 and 1965, respectively. In late 2000, those two Prestige dates were reissued on this excellent CD.
Sonny Rollins - 5 Original Albums with full original artwork (2016) {5CD Set Prestige - originally released 1956}

Sonny Rollins - 5 Original Albums with full original artwork (2016) {5CD Set Prestige - originally released 1956}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 969 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 427 Mb
Full Artwork @ 600 dpi (jpg) -> 161 Mb | 5% repair rar | Mono | remastered
© 1956, 2016 Prestige / Concord / Universal | 08880 7236299
Jazz / Bop / Hard Bop / Saxophone

Official 2016 remastered collection of 5 albums recorded for Prestige, housed in replica card sleeves with full original artwork. Includes 'Worktime', 'With The Modern Jazz Quartet', 'Tenor Madness', 'Moving Out', & 'Saxaphone Colossus'. The quality of the music collected here needs no comment, really. But what I like about this series of box sets is that the original LP covers are faithfully reproduced on the small paper sleeves, front and back, just like the Japanese do it with their ridiculously expensive miniature CD paper sleeves. All relevant discographic data, like musicians, recording dates etc., are listed on the CD labels, which is unique for this kind of box sets and a great service if you ask me.
Miles Davis - Chronicle: The Complete Prestige Recordings 1951-1956 (1987) {Prestige, 8PCD 012-2}

Miles Davis - Chronicle: The Complete Prestige Recordings 1951-1956 (1987) {Prestige, 8PCD 012-2}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 3.07 Gb | MP3 @320 -> 1.28 Gb
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© 1951-56, 1987 Prestige / Fantasy / ZYX | 8PCD 012-2
Jazz / Bop / Hard Bop / Trumpet

This CD compilation presents, on 8 discs, 17 recording sessions made between 1951 and late 1956 by the extraordinary trumpeter, leader, composer, and perpetual catalyst–Miles Davis. Featured in this collection are such major artists as Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk, Charles Mingus, Sonny Rollins, Lee Konitz, and the original Davis Quintet: John Coltrane, Red Garland, Paul Chambers, and Philly Joe Jones. The expanse of Miles Davis's recordings for Prestige Records, the California analogue to New York's Blue Note, is huge. In terms of artistic development, the eight CDs in this box span Davis's development from tentative searching through the full bloom of his first great quintet, whose frontline boasted Davis and a young John Coltrane.
Richard "Groove" Holmes - Super Soul (1967) {Prestige PRCD-24292-2 rel 2004}

Richard "Groove" Holmes - Super Soul (1967) {Prestige PRCD-24292-2 rel 2004}
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© 1967, 2004 Prestige / Fantasy | PRCD-24292-2
Jazz / Soul Jazz / Organ

Super Soul was a little funkier than much soul-jazz that had passed before 1967, and its horn parts sometimes slanted more toward pop and soundtrack territory. That was particularly evident on one of the strongest cuts, the opening "Why Don't You Do Right?," where the rhythm (particularly with the aid of a conga drum) goes into grooves that are at least as much soul as jazz, and the horns have a TV adventure theme-like flavor. The album's a little on the innocuous side, even for a genre (Prestige 1960s soul-jazz) that can be pretty homogeneous. It's easygoing background party music, though Holmes summons an interesting light, prickly, almost vibes-like organ sound at times, as on the solo for the cover of Marvin Gaye's "Ain't That Peculiar."

Prestige Singapore - January 2016  Magazines

Posted by Torries at Jan. 11, 2016
Prestige Singapore - January 2016

Prestige Singapore - January 2016
English | 160 pages | True PDF | 43,7 MB
Sonny Rollins with Thelonious Monk & Kenny Dorham - Moving Out (1954) {2009 Prestige RVG Remasters Series}

Sonny Rollins with Thelonious Monk & Kenny Dorham - Moving Out (1954) {2009 Prestige RVG Remasters Series}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 184 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 75 Mb
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© 2009 Concord / Prestige | 0888072315945 | Prestige RVG Remasters Series | 24-bit remaster | LP 7058
Jazz / Bop / Cool / Hard Bop / Saxophone

The collaborations between Sonny Rollins and any given trumpet player were few and far between, but they did include such notables as Miles Davis, Don Cherry, Clifford Brown, and in this case, his first tandem partnership with Kenny Dorham. At the time, both of them were also members of the Max Roach Quintet, and thus quite familiar with each other's strengths. Add to the mix drummer Art Blakey, bassist Percy Heath, and emerging modern jazz pianist Elmo Hope, and this shapes up to be one of the more potent combos of 1954.