Antea

Antea Magazine - marzo 2018  Magazines

Posted by Pulitzer at April 3, 2018
Antea Magazine - marzo 2018

Antea Magazine - marzo 2018
Spanish | 70 pages | True PDF | 12.1 MB

Antea Magazine - marzo 2018  Magazines

Posted by Pulitzer at March 15, 2018
Antea Magazine - marzo 2018

Antea Magazine - marzo 2018
Spanish | 68 pages | True PDF | 12.0 MB

Antea Magazine - diciembre 2017  Magazines

Posted by Pulitzer at Dec. 6, 2017
Antea Magazine - diciembre 2017

Antea Magazine - diciembre 2017
Spanish | 68 pages | True PDF | 8.5 MB

Antea Magazine - septiembre 2017  Magazines

Posted by Pulitzer at Sept. 18, 2017
Antea Magazine - septiembre 2017

Antea Magazine - septiembre 2017
Spanish | 68 pages | True PDF | 6.0 MB

Antea Mistica by Massimo Rossi for NIF  Girls

Posted by nrg at March 4, 2017
Antea Mistica by Massimo Rossi for NIF

Antea Mistica - Massimo Rossi Photoshoot 2017
20 jpg | up to 3192*4784 | 19.09 MB
Italian model

Antea & Melisa - Le rocher  Graphics

Posted by Madmazel at Sept. 20, 2009
Antea & Melisa - Le rocher

Antea & Melisa - Le rocher
91 JPG | 7000x5250 | 7000PX | 278 MB | Rapidshare

Antea and Melisa  Graphics

Posted by HULKinc at July 18, 2009
Antea and Melisa

Antea and Melisa
91 JPG | 7000x5250 | 261 MB | UHQ

Don Ellis - Don Ellis At Fillmore (1970) [Reissue 2005]  Music

Posted by gribovar at April 13, 2018
Don Ellis - Don Ellis At Fillmore (1970) [Reissue 2005]

Don Ellis - Don Ellis At Fillmore (1970) [Reissue 2005]
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue+log) - 562 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 203 MB | Covers - 42 MB
Genre: Jazz | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Wounded Bird Records (WOU 3024)

This is a crazy and consistently riotous two-disc set that features the Don Ellis Orchestra at its height. The 20-piece orchestra (with trumpeter Ellis doubling on drums along with a regular drummer and two percussionists) often used electronic devices (such as ring modulators) at the time to really distort its sound. When coupled with odd time signatures and such exuberant soloists as Ellis, trombonist Glenn Ferris, tenor saxophonist John Klemmer (showcased on the remarkable "Excursion II"), guitarist Jay Graydon, altoists Fred Selden and Lonnie Shetter, and tenor Sam Falzone, the results are quite memorable. Highlights of the date include "Final Analysis" (which contains a countless number of false endings), a bizarre rendition of "Hey Jude," and an often hilarious remake of "Pussy Wiggle Stomp." In 2005, the Wounded Bird label reissued this session on CD for the first time.

Slave of Rome (1961)  Video

Posted by sono.il.garante at Nov. 16, 2014
Slave of Rome (1961)

Slave of Rome/La schiava di Roma (1961)
DVDRip | Lang: English | AVI | 640x336 | XVID 1324Kbps | MP3 106Kbps | 86:44mins | 895MB
Genre: Adventure | Italy

During Julius Caesar's invasion of Gallia: The Gauls have broken their treaty with the Romans. Marcus Valerius and his friend are sent to punish them. Antea's father wants to have peace with Rome, having once been there and acknowledging their superior culture, but Lysircus forces a severely anti-Roman politic. When her father is killed by him in treachery, Antea joins the Romans who have to evade into a swamp. She falls in love with Marcus. Will she forsake her people forever?

Huelgas-Ensemble / Paul van Nevel - Le Chant de Virgile (2002)  Music

Posted by luckburz at Nov. 10, 2012
Huelgas-Ensemble / Paul van Nevel - Le Chant de Virgile (2002)

Huelgas-Ensemble / Paul van Nevel - Le Chant de Virgile
EAC+LOG+CUE | FLAC: 278 MB | Full Artwork | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: Harmonia Mundi France # HMC 901739 | Country/Year: France 2002
Genre: Classical | Style: Renaissance, Vocal

Sometimes a disc's title can be just a bit too clever for its own good. From a glance at this disc's cover, with its title "Le Chant de Virgile", you'd never know that it contained first class works by Josquin, Senfl, Lassus, Mouton, Willaert, and Cipriano de Rore, among others. Sure, when you read the fine print on the reverse side of the disc packaging, you discover that the program is a celebration of Renaissance works whose texts are drawn from "Virgil, Horace, and Catullus"–but why not make this clear from the outset?