Bricks Wall

Bricks Wall Background vector 2  Graphics

Posted by lozor at Nov. 27, 2014
Bricks Wall Background vector 2

Bricks Wall Background vector 2
EPS | 5 files | 73.98 Mb

Pink Floyd - Wall in Progress (The Bricks) (1978-1979)  Music

Posted by stfine at March 20, 2010
Pink Floyd - Wall in Progress (The Bricks) (1978-1979)

Pink Floyd - Wall in Progress (The Bricks) (1978-1979)
Art Rock, Bootleg (studio demo) | FLAC tracks, no log | tracklist, covers | 405 MB
Label: Head Co. / HC 016

This are the studio demo tracks the band drawn on to record the final mix of their "Wall" album: every track is a radically different. It includes loads of unedited mixes, never released tracks (merged into other songs), different lyrics, original sound collages etc… Without the full lush arrangements you get a good idea of what Roger Waters had in mind when he first conceived The Wall. It is a real surprise is to hear the band experimenting with all sorts of different ideas that didn't make it onto the final mix for most: various synth lines, weird sounds, raw guitars, strange sound collages etc… One can appreciate the massive task of editing and changing most of these songs to fit on the double album we all know. It is just like being in the studio with the Floyd, and it is "The Wall" like you have never heard it before!
Pink Floyd - Is There Anybody Out There? : The Wall Live 1980-1981 [Limited Edition - Box Set]

Pink Floyd - Is There Anybody Out There? : The Wall Live 1980-1981 [Limited Edition - Box Set]
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | 2CD | 305 MB + 315 MB | Scans 200 dpi | 39 MB | RAR | RS+HF
Pop/Rock | Label: EMI | Catalog Number: 5235622 | Year: 2000

Skillfully edited together from the handful of Wall shows Floyd performed between 1980 and 1981 (much of the recordings date from shows at Earl's Court in London), Is There Anybody out There? replicates The Wall live – which, of course, was a replication of the record, only with spectacular visuals. There are two songs not on the studio album – "What Shall We Do Now?," a tune pulled from the record at the 11th hour (early pressings still listed it on the sleeve), plus "The Last Few Bricks," which was an instrumental at the end of the first act that gave the crew time to finish building the wall – but they add nothing to the overall piece. There are no revelations at all, actually, with the possible exception of the layered harmonies on "Outside the Wall," which makes this coda seem like a full-fledged song. Since the show was so rigidly structured, there was little opportunity for the band to stretch out and jam. All of this means that Is There Anybody out There? is The Wall by any other name, and that it isn't for anybody but Floyd fanatics. Will this disappoint the less-dedicated listener? Not necessarily, since anybody familiar with The Wall will likely enjoy it as it's playing. The question is, how often will you put the record on? After all, if you want to hear this music, you'll listen to the studio recording. That doesn't really diminish the worth of Is There Anybody out There?, but it hardly makes it necessary, either. – Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine

The Wall Street Journal October 21 2017  Newspapers

Posted by repubblica at Oct. 21, 2017
The Wall Street Journal  October 21 2017

The Wall Street Journal (10 - 21 - 2017)
English | 52 pages | True PDF | 10.65 MB

The Wall Street Journal October 20 2017  Newspapers

Posted by repubblica at Oct. 20, 2017
The Wall Street Journal  October 20 2017

The Wall Street Journal (10 - 20 - 2017)
English | 49 pages | True PDF | 11.85 MB

Section A - Wall Of Silence (2016) [Reissue 2017]  Music

Posted by Andi_Deris at Oct. 19, 2017
Section A - Wall Of Silence (2016) [Reissue 2017]

Section A - Wall Of Silence (2016) [Reissue 2017]
EAC Rip | FLAC: Image+Cue+Log | 504 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 171 Mb | Scans | Time: 01:03:37
Metalapolis Records | MPR0037
Progressive Metal

Danish Melodic Progressive Metal band Section A is back after a six-year absence with a new studio album, titled Wall of Silence. It’s the band’s fourth overall, and the first Section A album not to feature vocalist Anders Engberg. His replacement is a relative newcomer named Nicklas Sonne. Drums on Wall of Silence are performed by Dennis Hansen (Fatal Force). Multi-instrumentalist Torben Enevoldsen once again handles everything else.

The Wall Street Journal October 19 2017  Newspapers

Posted by repubblica at Oct. 19, 2017
The Wall Street Journal  October 19 2017

The Wall Street Journal (10 - 19 - 2017)
English | 32 pages | True PDF | 7.15 MB

The Wall Street Journal October 18 2017  Newspapers

Posted by repubblica at Oct. 18, 2017
The Wall Street Journal  October 18 2017

The Wall Street Journal (10 - 18 - 2017)
English | 40 pages | True PDF | 9.15 MB

The Wall Street Journal October 17 2017  Newspapers

Posted by repubblica at Oct. 17, 2017
The Wall Street Journal  October 17 2017

The Wall Street Journal (10 - 17 - 2017)
English | 32 pages | True PDF | 16.75 MB

Charles Pasi - Bricks (2017) [Official Digital Download 24/96]  Vinyl & HR

Posted by Pisulik at Oct. 16, 2017
Charles Pasi - Bricks (2017) [Official Digital Download 24/96]

Charles Pasi - Bricks (2017)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 35:29 minutes | 805 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital Booklet, Front cover

Charles Pasi, forbidden to be a good-looking French-Italian, straight in his thirties, has a voice as an old master, writes down-to-the-minute jazz / blues songs with the stuff of the classic and collaborates with colleagues from Carla Bruni to Archie Shepp. Now Blue Note can be proud of him: his label debut "Bricks" is a musical fortune and the starting shot to a wonderful career. You should not miss it live, because Charles Pasi is not only a convincing songwriter, but also a captivating charming singer and a very accomplished harmonica player.