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Triana - Triana (Un mal sueño) (1981) {Original SP Pressing} 24 bit/192 khz

Triana - Triana (Un mal sueño) (1981)
Vinyl rip in 24-bit/192 kHz | WV | cue & Tech Log | Artwork HQ | 1,30 Gb | MU
Movieplay – 17.2770/0 (1981, Original SP Pressing) | Rock andaluz

"A bad dream (Un mal sueño) is the fifth album of Triana. Launched in 1981 the band began to enter professional crisis and the sound of it compared with previous work dramatically turned festive and poppy, which did not suit them.."

Triana - ...Llegó el día (1983) {Original SP Pressing} 24 bit/192 khz  Vinyl & HR

Posted by boticario at Nov. 30, 2011
Triana - ...Llegó el día  (1983) {Original SP Pressing} 24 bit/192 khz

Triana - …Llegó el día (1983)
Vinyl rip in 24 bit/192 kHz | WV | cue & Tech Log | Artwork HQ | 1,60 Gb | MU
Movieplay – 17.3660/9 (1983) Original SP Pressing | Rock andaluz

"Sixth and last album of the spanish group Triana. When it seemed that the group returned to the brilliance of his early days, a fatal accident ends the life of Jesús.
What a pity, Jesús, what a pity."

Santana - Santana (1969) {Original UK Pressing} 24 bit/192 khz  Vinyl & HR

Posted by boticario at Nov. 30, 2011
Santana - Santana (1969) {Original UK Pressing} 24 bit/192 khz

Santana - Santana (1969)
Vinyl rip in 24-bit/192 kHz | WV | cue & Tech Log | Artwork HQ | 1,4 Gb | MU
CBS – 63815 (1969) Original UK Pressing | Rock

"Santana is the debut studio album by the San Francisco rock group Santana released in 1969. It is a release of largely instrumental music, recorded by what was originally a purely free-form jam band. At the suggestion of manager Bill Graham, the band took to writing more conventional songs for more impact, but managed to retain the essence of improvisation in the music."
Triana  – Sombra y  Luz (1979) {Original SP Pressing} 24 bit/192 khz (NEW RIP, NO COMPRESSED)

Triana – Sombra y Luz (1979)
Vinyl rip in 24-bit/192 khz | WV | cue & Tech Log | Artwork HQ | 1,47 Gb | MU, FS
Movieplay – 17.1439/4 (1979) Original SP Pressing | Prog Rock, Rock andaluz

"Triana was a Spanish progressive rock band from the 70's and early 80's, heavily influenced by flamenco, hailing from Andalusia. It was composed of Jesús de la Rosa Luque (voice and keyboards), Eduardo Rodríguez Rodway (voice and guitar) and Juan José Palacios "Tele" (drums and percussion)."
Eagles - One Of These Nights (1975) {First  US Pressing} Pure Vinyl Rip Raw  24 Bit/192 Khz

Eagles - One Of These Nights (1975)
Vinyl rip in 24-bit/192 kHz |WV | cue & Tech Log | Artwork HR | 1,65 Mb | MU
Asylum Records – 7E-1039 (1975) First US Pressing | Rock

"One of These Nights is the fourth studio album by the Eagles, released in 1975. The record's title song became the group's second #1 single on the Billboard Hot 100, in July of that year. The album released three Top 10 singles, "One Of These Nights", "Lyin' Eyes", and "Take It To The Limit". Those singles reached #1, #2, and #4 respectively. The album became the band's first album to top the charts. The album sold 4 million copies and won the band its first Grammy for "Lyin' Eyes". "Take It To The Limit" became the band's first gold single and the album was nominated for album of the year. The album would become the band's breakthrough album, transforming them to international superstars and establishing them as America's number one band."
Eagles – Eagles (1972) {Original US Pressing} Pure Vinyl Rip Raw  24 Bit/192 Khz

Eagles – Eagles (1972)
Vinyl rip in 24-bit/192 kHz | WV | cue & Tech Log | Artwork HR | 1,46 Gb | MU
Asylum Records – SD-5054 (1972) Original US Pressing | Rock

"The group's eponymous debut album was recorded in England in February 1972 with producer Glyn Johns and released on June 26, 1972. Eagles was a breakthrough success, yielding three Top 40 singles. The first single and lead track, "Take It Easy", was a song written by Glenn Frey and his neighbor and fellow country-folk rocker Jackson Browne. Browne had written the majority of the song, up until the line "I'm standing on a corner in Winslow, Arizona, such a fine sight to see", where he was then stalled. Frey added the next line, and Browne continued to finish the rest of the song. The song reached #12 on the Billboard Hot 100 and propelled the Eagles to stardom. The single was followed by the bluesy "Witchy Woman" and the soft country rock ballad "Peaceful Easy Feeling", charting at #9 and #22 respectively.
The Eagles were a major force in popularizing the Southern California country rock sound. Rolling Stone magazine's 2003 list of the "500 Greatest Albums of All Time" ranked Eagles at number 374."
Jethro Tull - Minstrel in the gallery (1975) {Original US Pressing} 24 Bit/192 Khz

Jethro Tull - Minstrel in the gallery (1975)
Vinyl rip in 24-bit/192 kHz | WV | cue & Tech Log | Artwork HR | 1,56 Gb | MU
Chrysalis – CHR 1082 (1975) Original US Pressing | Rock

"Minstrel in the Gallery (1975) is the eighth studio album by British band Jethro Tull, released in September 1975.

Ian Anderson's lyrics and subject matter show an introspective and cynical air, possibly the byproduct of Anderson's recent divorce from first wife Jennie Franks and the pressures of touring, coupled with the frustrations of writing for and recording the album in Monte Carlo. The title refers to the use of a minstrel's gallery in the great hall of castles or manor houses. Stylistically the album is varied. The songs "Minstrel In The Gallery", "Black Satin Dancer" are hard-rock, although "Minstrel", like another track, "Cold Wind to Valhalla", starts with several acoustic verses that are basically identical in structure to the main, hard rock section of the song, then break into the heavier version after an instrumental break."
Cat Stevens - Catch bull at four (1972) {Original SP Pressing} 24 Bit / 192 Khz

Cat Stevens - Catch bull at four (1972)
Vinyl rip in 24 Bit/192 KHz | WV | cue & Tech Log | Artwork HR | 1,33 Gb | MU
Island Records 86.372-I (1972) Original SP Pressing | Rock

Catch Bull at Four is an album by Cat Stevens. It was Stevens' most successful album in the United States, holding the top spot on Billboard's chart for three consecutive weeks. The title is taken from one of the Ten Bulls of Zen."
Lincoln Mayorga & Amanda McBroom - Growing Up in Hollywood Town (1980) 24-Bit/192-kHz Vinyl Rip

Lincoln Mayorga & Amanda McBroom - Growing Up in Hollywood Town
Vinyl Rip in 24-Bit/192-kHz | FLAC tracks | no cue | no log | Covers | Rapidshare + FileFactory | 0.98 GB
1980 | Genre: Jazz | Label: Sheffield Lab | LAB-13 | Direct-to-Disc recording, Limited Edition

"Amanda" is beautiful and haunting. "The Portrait" is evocative and sad. And "The Rose," written for the film of the same name, garnered a Golden Globe Award for Amanda McBroom. She also does a great job with "Dusk." The other five cuts are primarily instrumental, and include two pieces penned by Lincoln Mayorga. I love Amanda's cuts, while the rest are more a matter of taste (you may translate that as "Audiophile" with a capital "A").
{ Dave Glackin - enjoythemusic.com }

This rip was taken from a brand-new vinyl (unsold stock from a shop), a rarity, considering it is a Direct-to-Disc recording from the 80s with limited production run. The recording quality is superb, one of the best from Sheffield Lab.
La Follia Salzburg - Music in Austria Before Mozart (1992) 24-Bit/192-kHz Vinyl Rip

La Follia Salzburg - Music in Austria Before Mozart
Vinyl Rip in 24-Bit/192-kHz | FLAC tracks | no cue | no log | Covers | Rapidshare + FileFactory | 1.7 GB
1992 | Genre: Classical | Label: VTL | CLAS-001 | double LP

La Follia Salzburg was founded in 1986 by a number of young musicians from Austria and Germany. From their very first appearances, the ensemble was well received by both press and public, and has established a reputation in Austria and southern Germany. In 1990 La Follia Salzburg was the prizewinner in the Musica Antiqua (Bruges) competition, and they have toured in Switzerland, Poland, France, and Holland (including the International Festival of Early Music in Utrecht). The ensemble’s repertoire is centered around Baroque chamber music, with special emphasis on works of Austrian seventeenth century composers such as J.H. Schmelzer, Heinrich I. F. Biber, or Romanus Weichlein. They play on period instruments in order to approach the tonal color and performance practice of the time as closely as possible.