Jennifer Copeland

Jennifer Copeland - Red Bikini  Graphics

Posted by guasman at Oct. 26, 2010
Jennifer Copeland - Red Bikini

Jennifer Copeland - Red Bikini
25 JPG | 1000x1388 | 11,9 mb
American model and actress

Shemekia Copeland - The Soul Truth (2005)  Music

Posted by Designol at April 12, 2018
Shemekia Copeland - The Soul Truth (2005)

Shemekia Copeland - The Soul Truth (2005)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 361 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 129 Mb | Scans included
Modern Electic Blues, Soul-Blues, Soul | Label: Alligator | # ALCD 4905 | 00:47:40

Produced by renowned Stax guitarist Steve Cropper (who also adds his stellar guitar playing to the CD), the album is steeped in the spirit of classic Memphis soul but, at the same time, is a contemporary and up-to-the-minute slice of life. Featuring Shemekia's powerful, emotional vocals over a blistering band with horns punching in all the right places, The Soul Truth is a tour-de-force of rock, soul and blues. From the funk and fervor of 'Breakin' Out' to the timely question of 'Who Stole My Radio?' to the rock-powered 'Givin' Up You', The Soul Truth tells it like it is, with deep emotion, forceful beats and music that is satisfying, original and memorable.

The People’s Friend - January 13, 2018  Magazines

Posted by Pulitzer at Jan. 10, 2018
The People’s Friend - January 13, 2018

The People’s Friend - January 13, 2018
English | 88 pages | True PDF | 18.0 MB
Albert Collins, Robert Cray, Johnny Copeland - Showdown! (1985) {2011, Reissue}

Albert Collins, Robert Cray, Johnny Copeland - Showdown! (1985) {2011, Reissue}
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 332 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 128 Mb
Scans Included (JPG, 600 dpi) | RAR 5% Recovery
Electric Texas Blues, Modern Electric Blues | Alligator Records #ALCD 8743

Showdown! is a blues album by Albert Collins, Robert Cray and Johnny Copeland, released in 1985 through Alligator Records. The album won the Best Traditional Blues Recording Grammy Award in 1986. 2011 release includes bonus track.
Ruth Copeland featuring Parliament - Self Portrait/I Am What I Am (1997) {Deepbeats}

Ruth Copeland featuring Parliament-Self Portrait, I Am What I Am (1997) {Deepbeats}
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 526 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 252 mb
Genre: R&B, soul, folk pop

Self Portrait/I Am What I Am is a 1997 2-in-1 compilation CD compiling the first two albums by singer Ruth Copeland. It is notable because she is backed by the band Parliament. This was reissued by the Deepbeats label.

Beverly Glenn-Copeland - Keyboard Fantasies (1986/2017)  Music

Posted by aasana at July 5, 2017
Beverly Glenn-Copeland - Keyboard Fantasies (1986/2017)

Beverly Glenn-Copeland - Keyboard Fantasies (1986/2017)
Electronic | 39:31 min | MP3, 320 kbps | 100 MB
Label: Séance Centre

Third time around for Beverly Glenn-Copeland's superb 1986 LP Keyboard Fantasies, which Invisible City Editions reissued last year. Since copies of that pressing are hard to come back, this fresh reissue should be welcomed. Musically, it's something of a killer curio: a set that sees Copeland adding weary, folksy vocals to melodious, synthesizer-based backing tracks. Stylistically it's a little more diverse than that, sitting somewhere between art-rock, lo-fi synth-soul, '80s synth-wave and new age ambience. The looseness of the instrumentation and production is particularly alluring, as is the "home-made" feel of Glenn-Copeland's heart-aching songs.

Shemekia Copeland - Never Going Back (2009)  Music

Posted by Designol at June 6, 2017
Shemekia Copeland - Never Going Back (2009)

Shemekia Copeland - Never Going Back (2009)
EAC | APE | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 284 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 119 Mb | Scans included
Modern Electic Blues, Soul-Blues | Label: Telarc | # CD-83692 | Time: 00:47:57

Shemekia Copeland has moved her recorded product to the TelArc label, has a new producer in Oliver Wood (who doubles on guitar), and pursues a style that seems more refined and less raucous or bawdy than on her previous recordings. The rough edges are shaved, maturity is settling in, and Copeland seems intent on doing things in a more traditional fashion rather than the stomping, tear-the-house-down approach she built her reputation on. She's using members of Col. Bruce Hampton's band in bassist Ted Pecchio and drummer Tyler Greenwell, occasionally bassist Chris Wood and keyboardist John Medeski from Medeski, Martin & Wood, guitarist Marc Ribot, and on loan from the Derek Trucks Band, keyboardist Kofi Burbridge for three tracks. These musicians liven up the proceedings considerably, and the production values of this effort are leaner and cleaner than her other discs. Copeland herself sounds incredibly focused and basic, far from slick but not dirty or messy on any level, and her themes reflect a current-life viewpoint that is part optimist and part cynic, with a big parcel of pragmatic realist.
Albert Collins, Robert Cray, Johnny Copeland ‎- Showdown! (1985)

Albert Collins, Robert Cray, Johnny Copeland ‎- Showdown! (1985)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
1995 | Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab, UDCD 620 | ~ 259 or 104 Mb | Scans Included
Electric Blues, Modern Electric Blues, Texas Blues

Cray found himself in some pretty intimidating company for this Grammy-winning blues guitar summit meeting, but he wasn't deterred, holding his own alongside his idol Albert Collins and Texas great Johnny Copeland. Cray's delivery of Muddy Waters' rhumba-rocking "She's into Something" was one of the set's many highlights…

Shemekia Copeland - Turn The Heat Up (1998)  Music

Posted by Designol at April 25, 2017
Shemekia Copeland - Turn The Heat Up (1998)

Shemekia Copeland - Turn The Heat Up (1998)
EAC | FLAC | APE (Cue&Log) ~ 383 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 158 Mb | Scans included
Modern Electric Blues, Soul-Blues, R&B | Label: Alligator | # ALCD 4857 | 01:02:59

The daughter of the late bluesman Johnny Copeland steps up to the plate with this, her debut album for the Alligator imprint. Although only 19 at the time of this recording, Copeland comes to this album with a mature style and vast amounts of assuredness. While comparisons to Koko Taylor and Etta James will be plentiful, Shemekia has enough tricks up her sleeve to make this a disc well worth checking out. Eight of the 14 tunes aboard are co-written by producer John Hahn and strong musical support is summoned up from guitarist Jimmy Vivino, with guest turns from Joe Louis Walker and "Monster" Mike Welch, while the Uptown Horns show up on three tunes, including the title track. Highlights are numerous on this disc, but special attention should be paid to Copeland's "Ghetto Child," a nice cover of Don Covay's "Have Mercy"; Walker's "Your Mama's Talking"; and the strutting "I Always Get My Man." This is one very impressive debut.

Shemekia Copeland - Talking To Strangers (2002)  Music

Posted by Designol at April 24, 2017
Shemekia Copeland - Talking To Strangers (2002)

Shemekia Copeland - Talking To Strangers (2002)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 428 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 164 Mb | Scans included
Modern Electric Blues, Soul-Blues, R&B | Label: Alligator | # ALCD 4887 | Time: 00:59:45

This disc, which has Dr. John at the controls as a producer, brings together a mix that brings out the best for all those concerned and involved with this project. There is no weakness here, it is a straight-ahead use of all the strengths of Shemekia Copeland, daughter of Johnny Copeland. The songs were well selected to effectively show off all her potency as a vocalist. There are some many good writers that are also players on this disc that the tunes fit like gloves. There are strong contributions by John "Fingers" Hahn, Mac Rebennack, and Shemekia Copeland herself. The tunes, varied in style, are all based in the deep blues, and were selected for their capability to push her vocal talents to constant new personal pinnacles. She keeps it interesting by varying the pace and on "The Push I Need," she sounds right at home singing this funky tune as a duet with Dr. John. She stays with the good Dr. through the tune as if she were doing this everyday. Then she turns around and seems just as comfortable singing "Happy Valentine's Day," as a slow bluesy torch-burner, with minimal accompaniment.