John Williams Plays Barrios

John Williams – Plays the Movies (1996) -repost  

Posted by Melaron at March 3, 2014
John Williams – Plays the Movies (1996) -repost

John Williams – Plays the Movies (1996) -repost
1 CD | time: 1 h 13 m 13 s | Scans 300 dpi | tags | MP3 320 CBR > 169,32 MB
Instrumental, Soundtrack, World / Label: Sony S2K 62784 / Uploaded, Turbobit

This album by guitarist John Williams offers a repertoire of eighteen items, versioned guitar with orchestral accompaniment, taken from well-known soundtrack movies. Williams himself claims that he is always listening to film music to play with his guitar and although soundtracks are designed differently so his versions, both bring something extra that neither words nor pictures can offer.
John Williams - Plays Paul Hart Concerto For Guitar & Jazz Orchestra (1987) {REPOST}

John Williams - Plays Paul Hart Concerto For Guitar & Jazz Orchestra (1987)
EAC RIP | FLAC+CUE+LOG+Covers / 230 MB | MP3 - CBR 320 Kbps / 120 MB
Jazz, Classical, Guitar, Jazz Orchestra | Release: 1987 | Label: CBS/Sony (MK 42332)

This is an interesting session that finds John Williams sitting in with an all-star youth orchestra. The arrangements sound very much like a high school orchestra, however, Williams is careful not to overplay and dominate the session. The "Plymouth Hoe-Down" is particularly fun and closes out the concerto with exhilaration. There are also three additional pieces from composer Paul Hart, written for guitar and keyboards. These pieces alone are worth the price of admission, as Hart masterfully taps into Williams' strengths of adaptability, technical virtuosity and impeccable tone. Highly recommended for both jazz and classical enthusiasts. ~ Robert Taylor, All Music Guide

John Williams - The Guitarist (3CD BoxSet, 2011)  Music

Posted by Speedyclick at Jan. 20, 2012
John Williams - The Guitarist (3CD BoxSet, 2011)

John Williams - The Guitarist (3CD BoxSet, 2011)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image & cue & log) & mp3 @ 320 kbps | tracks: 45 | Covers' Scans | 3:1:52 | ~ 799 Mb & 424 Mb
Label: Sony Music | 5% recovery record | Genre: Classical guitar

An absolute gem celebrating the 70th birthday of one of the greatest classical guitarists of all time. More than half a century after his recording career began John Williams continues to explore a variety of entirely new musical experiences. Showcasing the very best of this legendary artist’s virtuosic brilliance, this collection encompasses all of his greatest recordings, from Bach to Morricone to Spanish, African and Latin American music. Each CD of this collection presents a different "role" of Williams, as soloist, as romantic guitarist, and as a musician performing with friends such as Julian Bream or with leading orchestras and distinguished conductors. Enjoy an excellent album.

John Williams - Latin American Guitar Music by Barrios & Ponce (1992)  Music

Posted by Speedyclick at April 30, 2011
John Williams - Latin American Guitar Music by Barrios & Ponce (1992)

John Williams - Latin American Guitar Music by Barrios & Ponce (1992)
EAC Rip | APE (image & cue & log) | tracks: 15 | ~ 294 Mb | 1:16:54 | Full Scans
Label: SONY Essential Classics | 5% recovery record | Genre: Classical guitar

An outstanding CD with delicate music of the Paraguayan Composer Agustin Barrios and the Mexican Manuel Ponce, played by John Williams. You will enjoy a great variety of musical forms in 4 Medleys/Potpouri, with prominent latin influences. John Williams is superb in every style from sweet, melodic tremolos to quick, rhythmic prestos. The sound is crystal clear and in some passages the rhythm is kept by beatings of the hand on the guitar, in a flamenco like performance. You will find also a multi-language scanned booklet. Enjoy.
John Williams - "Spirit of the Guitar: Music of the Americas" - 1990

John Williams - "Spirit of the Guitar: Music of the Americas" - 1990
FLAC | Total: 195 Mb | Ripped with Easy CD-DA Extractor| Compression Level:0 | No Cue, No Logs | Cover included | Rapidshare
Genre: Instrumental, Latin | Label: Sony

John Williams records another great CD. From the thrilling opening, "Sunburst" by Andrew York, through Mangore', Brouwer, and Charlie Byrd, the music is very well-chosen and impeccably performed. Bursting with energy, South American dance rhythms or slow and melacholy, these are great pieces.
This music goes in a completely different direction from, say, Bach or Scarlatti or Albeniz or Tarrega. It's the American sound in many of its guises. Wonderful music. One of my favorite classical guitar CD's.
The first 11 recordings from this CD are among my favorite of all guitar recordings, epecially "Sunburst," "Aconquija," "Verano Porteno," "Natalia," and "Cueca." Both the performances and the recording quality are outstanding.

John Williams [guitar] plays Barrios (1995)  Music

Posted by trac at Aug. 3, 2006
John Williams [guitar] plays Barrios (1995)
John Williams [guitar] plays Barrios (1995)
Classical guitar | MP3 302 Kbps | Cover | ~120 Mb | Rapidshare

This is first John Williams' album I've heard; if you ask me which classical guitar album I love most, this is one :-D. In my opinion, this is the best collection of Barrios music. Enjoy !!!
John Williams - The Spielberg/Williams Collaboration Part III (2017)

John Williams - The Spielberg/Williams Collaboration Part III (2017)
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:14:26 | 171 MB
Label: Sony Classical | Release Year: 2017

Third volume entitled “The Spieberg/Williams Collaboration Part III’ including new recordings of selections from most of the Maestro’s scores for the director since 1997, and an interview DVD on the fourth disc. The new album, which Williams recorded last year in Los Angeles.
John Williams - John Williams & Steven Spielberg: The Ultimate Collection (2017)

John Williams - John Williams & Steven Spielberg: The Ultimate Collection
Soundtrack, Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 208:05 min | 483 MB
Label: Sony Classical | Tracks: 44 | Rls.date: 2017

Over the 90-year history of sound film, there have been a handful of instances where a director and a composer have formed a longtime partnership that resulted in a series of classical scores, creating music that stands the test of time. None, however, have been as long or as fruitful as the 43-year collaboration of Steven Spielberg and John Williams. None have encompassed such a wide range of subject matter or, more significantly, have had such an enormous impact on worldwide popular culture.
John Williams - Amistad: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1997) [Repost]

John Williams - Amistad: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1997)
EAC | FLAC (Tracks) + cue.+log ~ 225 Mb | Mp3, CBR320 kbps ~ 129 Mb | Covers
Soundtrack, Score | Label: DreamWorks | # DRMD-50035 | 00:55:51

Director Steven Spielberg and composer John Williams have forged a remarkable partnership over the past 20 years, one that's evolved in recent years into a very practical balance of art and commerce. The Spielberg/Williams team followed the blockbuster Jurassic Park with the risk-taking Schindler's List, the bloated Jurassic sequel The Lost World with the moralistic Amistad. Williams admirably rises to the challenge again, underplaying the volatile emotions involved and utilizing African rhythmic and modal influences with surprising subtlety. The choral touches of the title and wordless aria of "Cinque's Theme" bring to mind similar stylistic flourishes by Morricone–and that's high praise.

John Coltrane - Plays It Cool (2000) {Metro}  Music

Posted by tiburon at March 2, 2017
John Coltrane - Plays It Cool (2000) {Metro}

John Coltrane - Plays It Cool (2000) {Metro}
EAC 0.95b4 | FLAC Image level 8 | Cue+Log | Full Scans 600dpi | 405MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Hard Bop

The John Coltrane Quartet's mind expanding quality is displayed on a half-dozen trinkets with Coltrane's innovative dressing of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein's "My Favorite Things," and the high-energy "Blue Trane," the glossiest. He shows a softness on "Naima," and links the jazz idiom with divine power on "Spiritual" for a musical baptismal that's excellent for impromptu meditation sessions. The six tracks, which include Billy Eckstine's much recorded "I Want to Talk About You," flows for more than 60 minutes, which is enough of 'Trane and his crews' therapeutic expressions to clear the cobwebs, tranquil nerves, and soothe the savage beast.