Fusion Drive

Surviving Digital Forensics: Imaging a Mac Fusion Drive  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by naag at Feb. 16, 2016
Surviving Digital Forensics: Imaging a Mac Fusion Drive

Surviving Digital Forensics: Imaging a Mac Fusion Drive
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 1 Hours | 181 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Helping you sharpen your computer forensic skills
Various Artists - Masters Of Fusion - The Definitive Collection (2012) {16CD Set EMI 50999 624886 2 4}

Various Artists - Masters Of Fusion - The Definitive Collection (2012) {16CD Set EMI 50999 624886 2 4}
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© 2012 EMI Music / Virgin Records (India) | 50999 624886 2 4
Jazz / Fusion / Indian Music

Indian masters connect jazz, classics and national melodies. This is fusion.
Wes Montgomery With Strings - Fusion! (1963) {Riverside Japan VDJ-1671, Early Press, rel 1989}

Wes Montgomery With Strings - Fusion! (1963) {Riverside Japan VDJ-1671, Early Press, rel 1989}
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© 1963, 1989 Riverside / Victor Japan | VDJ-1671 | Early Press
Jazz / Hard Bop / Guitar

Although most Wes Montgomery fans associate his playing with strings with his later A&M and Verve recordings, the influential guitarist actually fronted a string section for the first time on this Riverside date from 1963, which had the ironic name of Fusion. As with his later albums, Montgomery's guitar solos here are brief and melodic but the jazz content is fairly high even if the emphasis is (with the exception of "Tune Up") on ballads.

Dog Drive Mantis - How Did We Get Here? (2018)  Music

Posted by Domestos at May 19, 2018
Dog Drive Mantis - How Did We Get Here? (2018)

Dog Drive Mantis - How Did We Get Here? (2018)
WEB FLAC (tracks) ~ 329.61 Mb | MP3 CBR 320kbps ~ 123.25 Mb | 00:53:29 | Cover
Jazz Rock, Fusion | Country: Canada (Mississauga, ON) | Label: Dog Drive Mantis

"Dancing On Symbols" is the first single from the new album "How Did We Get Here?" by Toronto's: Dog Drive Mantis. Upbeat instrumental jazzy rock with a positive disposition is my initial impression of this new record overall, as well as this particular song. The following song track #3 "This May Bear Some Fruit" is just as positive and happy sounding only a little slower paced and with more of a traditional jazz feel to it. Twinkly sounding guitar riffs peek in towards the middle and in closing we get a saxophone solo ending you could easily dance to!

Charles Mingus - Cumbia & Jazz Fusion (1978) {1996 ADA Sound}  Music

Posted by TestTickles at April 18, 2018
Charles Mingus - Cumbia & Jazz Fusion (1978) {1996 ADA Sound}

Charles Mingus - Cumbia & Jazz Fusion (1978) {1996 ADA Sound}
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 320 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 123 mb
Genre: jazz

Cumbia & Jazz Fusion is the 1978 album by American jazz bassist and composer Charles Mingus. This ended up being Mingus' last album before he died in January 1979. This pressing was done in 1996 bY ADA Sound in Russia and may be unauthorized but does feature the two bonus tracks on the 1994 Rhino reissue.

Horslips - Drive The Cold Winter Away (1975) Japanese Reissue 2008  Music

Posted by Designol at April 12, 2018
Horslips - Drive The Cold Winter Away (1975) Japanese Reissue 2008

Horslips - Drive The Cold Winter Away (1975) Japanese Reissue 2008
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 383 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 90 Mb | Scans included | 00:38:33
British Folk-Rock, Celtic, Folk-Prog | Label: Strange Days | # POCE-1247

At a time when Horslips were rapidly drifting away from their quasi-traditional Irish roots, they unexpectedly delivered this gift-wrapped gem. With the exception of Barry Devlin's electric bass and John Fean's occasional contemporary guitar stylings, this is a solid traditional Irish album and certainly the most autochthonous recording by Horslips. All 13 of the selections are of Irish origin, among them three Turlough O'Carolan tunes including the sprightly "Sir Festus Burke" (it is unclear whether it was ever intended as a Christmas song). It unfolds into a Celtic "wall of sound" featuring Jim Lockhart's harpsichord, with banjo, flute, fiddle and guitar gradually joining in the round. "Thompson's/Cottage in the Grove" is a pair of reels that progress in much the same fashion. This time, the concertina of Charles O'Connor is followed by banjo, piano, whistle, bodhran and bones. The nearest this record gets to familiar holiday carol territory is found in a passage from the hornpipe "Piper in the Meadow Straying," which bears a calculated resemblance to "Don we now our gay apparel" from "Deck the Halls." This was a surprising and risky recording for a mid-'70s rock band, but it definitely rejuvenated them and paved the way for their 1976 tour de force Book of Invasions: A Celtic Symphony.

Fatal Fusion - Land of the Sun (2010)  Music

Posted by gribovar at March 22, 2018
Fatal Fusion - Land of the Sun (2010)

Fatal Fusion - Land of the Sun (2010)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue+log) - 449 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 155 MB | Covers - 52 MB
Genre: Progressive Rock | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Self-released

Fatal Fusion is a progressive rock band from Oslo, Norway. The group got together in early 2008, after emerging from the ashes of several Rock/Blues covers bands. The release of their debut album "Land of the Sun" in 2010 have received great reviews from around the world, and also got them nominated for "best debut album 2010" by Prog Awards. Utilizing classic instruments, synths, mellotron and hammond organ as part of their sound, they pay homage to the progressive rock bands from the 70´s, whilst still aiming to create their own unique sound, blending in elements form different musical genres as rock, metal, blues, jazz, and latin, trying to get a broad musical landscape.

Henryk Miśkiewicz - Full Drive 2 (Live at Jazz Cafe) (2007)  Music

Posted by Domestos at March 3, 2018
Henryk Miśkiewicz - Full Drive 2 (Live at Jazz Cafe) (2007)

Henryk Miśkiewicz - Full Drive 2 (Live at Jazz Cafe) (2007)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue, log) ~ 439.09 Mb | 1:09:53 | Scans included
Hard bop, Fusion, Contemporary Jazz | Country: Poland | Label: Grami - CD 009

Henryk Miśkiewicz (ur. 2 czerwca 1951 w Żaganiu) – polski saksofonista i klarnecista. Muzyk wszechstronny związany z polskim jazzem. Ojciec perkusisty jazzowego, Michała Miśkiewicza i piosenkarki, Doroty Miśkiewicz. Trzykrotny laureat nagrody polskiego przemysłu fonograficznego Fryderyka. Członek Akademii Fonograficznej ZPAV.

Shinichi Kinoshita - Kai - Tsugaru Fusion (2001)  Music

Posted by Domestos at Oct. 29, 2017
Shinichi Kinoshita - Kai - Tsugaru Fusion (2001)

Shinichi Kinoshita - Kai - Tsugaru Fusion (2001)
EAC Rip | WavPack (image+.cue, log) ~ 233.64 Mb + 48.23 Mb (Scans) | 56:40
World Fusion, Ethnic, Tsugaru Shamisen | Country: Japan | Label: Avex Marketing Co., Ltd. (IOCD-20010)

The acclaimed Tsugaru-Shamisen star and top Japanese traditional instruments players present a fusion of traditional and modern improvised rhythm and sounds. Shinichi Kinoshita's outstanding technique and soulful sound has given him reputation as “the shamisen player with divine hands“. Tsugaru-Shamisen is a three-string banjo-like instrument played in the folk style in Tsugaru region of northern Japan with history of more than 100 years. Its character and spirit are often compared with jazz, both in its improvisational approach and in its roots. it evolved from blind street minstrels who played door to door. With its earthy and percussive sound, it is particularly popular with younger Japanese now.

Jeff Lorber - The Jeff Lorber Fusion (1977) {WOU}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Oct. 22, 2017
Jeff Lorber - The Jeff Lorber Fusion (1977) {WOU}

Jeff Lorber - The Jeff Lorber Fusion (1977) {WOU}
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Genre: Fusion, Smooth Jazz

The Jeff Lorber Fusion is the debut album by keyboardist Jeff Lorber as leader of his band "The Jeff Lorber Fusion". Instrumental light jazz set that introduced Lorber as a leader and also featured contributions from a then unknown vocalist who went on to achieve Urban Contemporary success in her own right–Karyn White.