Baker Miller

Phil Miller & Fred Baker - Double Up (1992)  Music

Posted by gribovar at June 28, 2017
Phil Miller & Fred Baker - Double Up (1992)

Phil Miller & Fred Baker - Double Up (1992)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue+log) - 223 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 145 MB | Covers (6 MB) included
Genre: Progressive/Jazz Rock/Fusion | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Crescent Discs (CD1CD)

Phil Miller is an English progressive rock/jazz guitarist who is part of the Canterbury scene. In addition to his solo work, he has played in Hatfield and the North, National Health, and Matching Mole. He has released a number of solo albums, some with his group In Cahoots.
Here the repetoire for this duo act has been adapted and arranged to take advantage of the virtuoso playing of Fred Baker, one of Europe's leading exponents of the bass and an outstanding guitarist. The duo employ a variety of guitars and styles and the music ranges from the simplicity of the acoustic guitar to the many possibilities that state-of-the-art sound processing and synthesis has made available to the modern day guitarist.

The Emperor's Baker - The Baker's Emperor (1952)  Video

Posted by Someonelse at July 25, 2017
The Emperor's Baker - The Baker's Emperor (1952)

The Emperor's Baker - The Baker's Emperor (1952)
A Film by Martin Fric
DVD9 | ISO | PAL 4:3 | 01:19:39 + 01:03:35 | 6,87 Gb
Audio: Czech AC3 2.0 @ 192 Kbps | Subs: English, Czech SDH
Genre: Comedy, Fantasy

Rudolph II, the Holy Roman Emperor, does not have a simple life. And yet he manages to complicate it even more with his frequent outbursts of anger. While he searches for a mythical Golem, an animated clay statue, Matthew the Baker is thrown into the dungeon for selling the special buns for the emperor to people. Matthew is accidentally mistaken for the emperor and takes his place. And when the Golem is finally found, it will complicate things beyond comprehension…

Atlanta Blues Guitar taught by John Miller [repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by house23 at Feb. 18, 2017
Atlanta Blues Guitar taught by John Miller [repost]

Atlanta Blues Guitar taught by John Miller
DVD5 | VOB | MPEG2 4200kbps | English | 720x480 | 29.97fps | 1h 47mins | AC3 stereo 192kbps | 3.79 GB
Genre: Video Training

Atlanta, in the period 1920 -1940, rivaled Memphis, St.Louis, Jackson and Chicago in the strength and vitality of its blues scene. It was home to a unique school of 12-string guitarists that included Blind Willie McTell, Barbecue Bob, Charlie Lincoln, Willie Baker and George Carter. Also on hand were the slick slide guitarist Fred McMullen, the accompaniment king, Curley Weaver and the spectacular up-and-comer, Buddy Moss. The scene was rounded out by an earlier generation of players, Peg Leg Howell foremost among them, who kept alive musical traditions that were in the eclipse.

In Cahoots (Phil Miller) - Parallel (1996)  Music

Posted by uff at Sept. 11, 2016
In Cahoots (Phil Miller) - Parallel (1996)

In Cahoots (Phil Miller) - Parallel (1996)
Jazz Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Crescent, CD4CD | rel: 1996 | 365Mb

Phil Miller has been around the progressive jazz-rock scene since the beginning… but this album is the strongest amongst those of his records I’ve heard. Its forte is its compositions. These are all by Miller, who, although modestly equipped as a guitarist by today’s standards, here proves a skilled manipulator of modern harmonic resources and contemporary compositional styles.

Ginger Baker - Do What You Like (1998)  Music

Posted by TestTickles at Aug. 4, 2015
Ginger Baker - Do What You Like (1998)

Ginger Baker - Do What You Like (1998)
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 993 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 387 mb
Genre: classic rock, jazz, Afrobeat, blues rock

Do What You Like is a 1998 compilation by drummer Ginger Baker that combined three of his albums: 1970's Ginger Baker’s Air Force, 1970's Ginger Baker’s Air Force 2, and 1972's Stratavarious, plus a non-LP track and a song previously unreleased.

Atlanta Blues Guitar taught by John Miller  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by thingska at March 12, 2015
Atlanta Blues Guitar taught by John Miller

Atlanta Blues Guitar taught by John Miller
DVD5 | VOB | NTSC 4:3 (720x480) | MPEG2, 29.970 fps, 4200 Kbps | English: AC3, 192 Kbps , 48.0 KHz, 2 channels | PDF Booklet | 107 min | 3.79 GB
Genre: Guitar lessons

Larry Miller - Live & Outlawed (2013) [Double Live CD] Re-up  Music

Posted by Andi_Deris at July 27, 2013
Larry Miller - Live & Outlawed (2013) [Double Live CD] Re-up

Larry Miller - Live & Outlawed (2013) [Double Live CD]
EAC Rip | FLAC: Image+Cue+Log | 778 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 281 Mb | Scans | 44 Mb | TTime: 01:40:35
Big Guitar Records | LMILO 8CD
Blues Rock

Larry Miller fans have been crying out for a live album in recent years after they lapped up his six acclaimed studio albums. Well now they have their wish times two - with an impressive double CD set celebrating this talented British guitarist and flamboyant performer. The dozen tracks here split equally over the two discs, recorded live in Europe over a three month period last year, captures Larry at his best: very loud, very proud 'n' very live. The power, energy and excitement of his shows are very well presented here, and will satisfy those few who may have thought some of his previous recordings “are not as good as he is live.”

Kitana Baker - Playboy's College Girl  Graphics

Posted by johnbob83 at March 29, 2012
Kitana Baker - Playboy's College Girl

Kitana Baker - Playboy's College Girl
20 JPG | 1600 x 1063 | 7.7 Mb

Kitana Baker - Playboy's Brunette  Graphics

Posted by johnbob83 at Nov. 3, 2011
Kitana Baker - Playboy's Brunette

Kitana Baker - Playboy's Brunette
20 JPG | 1600 x 1063 | 10 Mb
The Clarence Daniels Orchestra feat. Obie Jessie & Sandy Miller - Hard Workin' (2017)

The Clarence Daniels Orchestra feat. Obie Jessie & Sandy Miller - Hard Workin' (2017)
Soul, Jazz, RnB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:10:26 | 163 MB
Label: Ace Records

By the sixties, big bands were no longer as popular as they had once been. That was no surprise as music had changed beyond recognition. Bands like The Beatles, and the British Invasion groups in 1964 were game-changers for the big band leaders. They were in a similar boat to the blues men, and found themselves marginalised, and no longer part of mainstream music. However, there were still venues where the big bands were welcomed with open arms.