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Nnenna Freelon - Better Than Anything: The Quintessential Nnenna Freelon (2008)

Nnenna Freelon - Better Than Anything: The Quintessential Nnenna Freelon (2008)
EAC rip | FLAC image + cue + log + scans / MP3 320 kbps | 00:58:03 | 366 MB / 136 MB (3% rec.)
Contemporary Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Standards | Label: Concord Records, CCD-30514

Nnenna Freelon is an world-renown American Jazz singer, composer, producer, arranger, and a six-time Grammy nominee. This collection was specifically chosen and sequenced not so much as a greatest hits package but to present the powerful scope and expanse of Nnenna's artistic appeal. Here you'll hear big band Jazz sound (with big bass, horns, and skatting a-plenty), Latin-tinged tunes, male acapella vocals, piano/gospel ballads, and even the Jazz-Reggae treatment of "Body and Soul".

Nnenna Freelon - Maiden Voyage (1998)  Music

Posted by mark70 at Nov. 29, 2016
Nnenna Freelon - Maiden Voyage (1998)

Nnenna Freelon - Maiden Voyage (1998)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image) + Cue + Log | Scans | 66:30 min | 385 MB
Genre: Vocal Jazz | Label: Concord Records

Nnenna Freelon's fifth CD should establish her as one of the top jazz singers of the 1990s. Rather than stick to typical jazz standards, she explore women's songs (or at least lyrics) from many fields of music. Her compelling interpretation of the title track, with its infrequently heard lyric by Mrs. Herbie Hancock, is followed by a hypnotic original lyric written by Freelon for Marian McPartland's "Threnody," titled "Sepia Wing" in its vocal incarnation.

Nnenna Freelon - Soulcall (2000)  Music

Posted by TmanHome at Nov. 16, 2016
Nnenna Freelon - Soulcall (2000)

Nnenna Freelon - Soulcall (2000)
Jazz, Vocal Jazz | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 53 min | 122 MB
Label: Concord Jazz | Rel: 2000

Nnenna Freelon's highly anticipated new CD Soulcall releases her energy, talent, and soulful vocals into a great program of 13 songs inspired by jazz traditions, gospel influences, and pop favorites. Accompanied by a great band, including Chris Potter on alto flute and tenor saxophone, Ray Drummond on bass, and special guests Kirk Whalum on tenor saxophone, Joe Beck on guitar, and Sounds of Blackness and Take 6 on vocals, the dynamic, award-winning, vocalist emanates her eclectic musical tastes with cozy intimacy, soulful nuance, and curvaceous phrasings. Freelon resurrects two renditions of "Amazing Grace" for modern artists; one a quiet, duet with pianist Takana Miyamoto and the other, a gospel jazz version with pianist James Williams, Ray Drummond, drummer Ed Thigpen, and tambourines by Gregg Field.
Nnenna Freelon - Shaking Free (1996) [Reissue 2003] {2.0 & 5.1} PS3 ISO + Hi-Res FLAC

Nnenna Freelon - Shaking Free (1996) [Reissue 2003]
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DST64 2.0 & 5.1 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 58:06 minutes | Scans included | 3,6 GB
or FLAC 2.0 Stereo (converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Scans included | 1,08 GB

The Beast & Nnenna Freelon - Freedom Suite (2010)  Music

Posted by Faddey at Nov. 15, 2010
The Beast & Nnenna Freelon - Freedom Suite (2010)

The Beast & Nnenna Freelon - Freedom Suite (2010)
Hip-Hop / Nu Jazz / Soul | mp3, CBR 320 kbps | 47:09 | 112.36 Mb
Label: Robust Records | Release date: 26 October 2010

azz vocalist and multi Grammy nominee Nnenna Freelon joins hip-hop quartet The Beast release Freedom Suite: a collection of creative reflections on jazz and hip-hop.

Nnenna Freelon - Homefree (2010)  Music

Posted by Will Of The Wind at June 13, 2010
Nnenna Freelon - Homefree (2010)

Nnenna Freelon - Homefree (2010)
Jazz | Label: Concord Records | Release Date: April 20, 2010
320 kbps CBR MP3 | 44.1 kHz | 115 MB @ RS

"Freelon makes each song such a personal statement that they all seem fresh and new…" ~ USA Today

Homefree is a soulful, swinging album that Freelon calls her "home brew." The collection is comprised largely of contemporary interpretations of classic American Songbook tunes as well as a new original (the witty, playful and poignant "Cell Phone Blues" composed by the singer) and spirited arrangements of two anthems (the gospel treasure "Lift Every Voice and Sing" and the national hymn "America the Beautiful") that close the album.
Count Basie Orchestra - Swinging, Singing, Playing (2009) [FLAC / MP3]

Count Basie Orchestra - Swinging, Singing, Playing (2009) [FLAC / MP3]
Jazz, Blues, Swing, Jazz Vocal, Contemporary Big Band | EAC RIP | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG+Cover / MP3 320 Kbps | 303 MB / 120 MB
Released: August 25, 2009

Nnena Freelon - Heritage (1993)  Music

Posted by intothe at Oct. 12, 2008
Nnena Freelon - Heritage (1993)

Nnena Freelon - Heritage (1993)
Jazz, vocal | Easy CD-DA rip (FLAC, cue, no log) | 414 MB | full artwork
Sony | 70:04 | 5% recovery info

Marillion - Freaks (Live) (1988) EMI/12MARIL 9 - 12″/45 RPM/Original UK Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Marillion – Freaks (Live)
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz | 200mb & 100mb
Label: EMI/12MARIL 9 | Released: 1988 | Genre: Neo-Progressive

Essential: a masterpiece of Progressive Rock music
“Freaks” is a song by British neo-progressive rock band Marillion. First released in 1985 on the B-side to the number five UK hit single “Lavender”, in November 1988 it was released in a live version on a double A-side single together with the band’s 1985 number two hit, “Kayleigh”. The single was intended to promote the forthcoming double-live album The Thieving Magpie, which documents the band’s history with singer Fish, who had left the band in October 1988; as such, this was Marillion’s last ever single to feature Fish on vocals and cover art by Mark Wilkinson, who would go on to collaborate with Fish.
Joe Satriani - Always With Me, Always With You (1988) Relativity/88561 8193.3 - US 12″ Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Joe Satriani - Always With Me, Always With You
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz | 100mb & 60mb
Mastered By Bernie Grundman
Label: Relativity/88561 8193.3 | Released: 1988 | Genre: Hard-Rock

Always With Me, Always With You is an instrumental ballad by American virtuoso guitarist Joe Satriani.

The song was released in 1987, with the album Surfing with the Alien, and was the unique single of the album to touch the radios.