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Pat Lundy - Loving You - The Funkiest Feeling (1977)  

Posted by TmanHome at June 21, 2014
Pat Lundy - Loving You - The Funkiest Feeling (1977)

Pat Lundy - Loving You - The Funkiest Feeling (1977)
Funk, Soul, Disco, RnB | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 41 min | 102 MB + 5% Recovery
Label: Pyramid Records | Rel: 1977

Pat Lundy was a New York-based singer and actress who was apparently a girlfriend of New York producer Buddy Scott. She was originally in a group called the Symbols which she left in 1962. Lundy put out Lps and singles on Deluxe, Columbia, RCA, Toto, Leopard and Heidi labels over a 20 year period, all with slightly different sound and style, and some quite worth sorting out. Album has got her working in a sophisticated soul style that is a lot like Marlena Shaw, with complicated arrangements that match Pat's range of feelings and moods, moving from quiet intimate vocals, to harder rawer funkier sounds.
Carmen Lundy - Jazz And The New Songbook Live At The Madrid (2006)

Carmen Lundy - Jazz And The New Songbook Live At The Madrid (2006)
Jazz, Vocal Jazz | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 124 min | 285 MB
Label: Afrasia Productions | Rel: 2006

Listening to Carmen Lundy "live" on Jazz and the New Songbook: Live at the Madrid is truly a remarkable experience and solidifies the adage that she is in a class all her own. On this exceptional two-disc set, the multi-talented vocalist performs 18 of her original compositions accompanied by some of the music world's most talented musicians. Recorded February 18, 2005, at the Madrid Theatre in Los Angeles, CA, the concert opens with the hit song "In Love Again," the optimistic ode to romance that was previously released on Something to Believe In. Lundy's multi-octave range is fluid, sensuous, and sexy. It is captivating as it floats with seductive nuance and swinging rhythms. "Better Days," originally heard on Carmen's Self Portrait CD, opens with Curtis Lundy laying down an alluring bassline, anchored by Victor Lewis' drums and great comping by David Roitstein's keyboards, Phil Upchurch's guitar, and the Los Angeles String Quartet.

Carmen Lundy - Old Devil Moon (1997)  

Posted by TmanHome at Dec. 17, 2015
Carmen Lundy - Old Devil Moon (1997)

Carmen Lundy - Old Devil Moon (1997)
Vocal Jazz | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 49 min | 113 MB
Label: JVC Compact Discs | Rel: 1997

The deep voice of Carmen Lundy is well showcased on this varied set. With assistance from an impressive backup crew (pianist Billy Childs, flugelhornist Randy Brecker, Frank Foster or Bob Mintzer on tenor, and a pair of rhythm sections), Lundy performs six standards, four of her stimulating originals, and Donny Hathaway's "Flying Easy." The music ranges from fairly straight-ahead to more R&B-oriented, with Carmen Lundy's appealing voice being the main star.
Something To Fight For (Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Book 5) - W.J. Lundy

Something To Fight For (Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Book 5) - W.J. Lundy
English | ISBN: 1505444519 | December 10, 2014 | 333 pages | EPUB/MOBI/AZW3 | 0.4 MB/0.5 MB/0.5 MB

Home was supposed to be the endgame, but the Nation they came home to, is not the way they left it. Brad and the team find themselves quickly switching gears to embark on a greater mission, one that could cure the Primal virus. Loyalties are divided, new alliances made as old ones fall apart. The team discovers they can trust no one when they find out things are not what they seem…
Managing Business and Service Networks (Network and Systems Management) by Lundy Lewis [Repost]

Managing Business and Service Networks (Network and Systems Management) by Lundy Lewis
Springer; 2001 edition | April 30, 2001 | English | ISBN: 0306465590 | 286 pages | PDF | 14 MB

Most everything in our experience requires management in some form or other: our gardens, our automobiles, our minds, our bodies, our love lives, our businesses, our forests, our countries, etc. Sometimes we don’t call it “management” per se. We seldom talk about managing our minds or automobiles. But if we think of management in terms of monitoring, maintaining, and cultivating with respect to some goal, then it makes sense.

Carmen Lundy - Soul to Soul (2014)  

Posted by mark70 at Sept. 23, 2014
Carmen Lundy - Soul to Soul (2014)

Carmen Lundy - Soul to Soul (2014)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 72:04 min | 167 MB
Genre: Vocal Jazz | Label: Afrasia Productions

Carmen Lundy's 14th album features 11 of 13 songs written, co-written or arranged by Lundy and features the stellar talents of guest artists Patrice Rushen, Geri Allen, Randy Brecker, Mayra Casales, South African vocalist Simphiwe Dana, Bennie Maupin, Carol Robbins, Ada Rovatti and Warren Wolf along with core rhythm section members Darryl Hall and Jamison Ross. What's Your Story, Morning Glory by Mary Lou Williams rounds out the set and is an intimate duet between Carmen and pianist Geri Allen.

Curtis Lundy - Purpose (2002)  

Posted by TmanHome at Aug. 2, 2014
Curtis Lundy - Purpose (2002)

Curtis Lundy - Purpose (2002)
Jazz | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 60 min | 138 MB
Label: Justin Time Records | Rel: 2002

Away from the New York jazz scene for a couple years, bassist supreme Curtis Lundy returns, perhaps stronger than ever, with Purpose. A superior recording to Lundy's 1999 album, Against All Odds (which suffered from a weak rhythm section and lack of focus), Lundy surrounds himself here with excellent players who support his songs with wonderful interplay and outstanding solos. Drummer Billy Hart and tenor player Mark Shim bring a celestial feel to many of Lundy's soulful songs, while pianist John Hicks and vibraphonist Steve Nelson add the icing.

Bobby Watson and Curtis Lundy - Beatitudes (1983)  

Posted by TmanHome at March 17, 2014
Bobby Watson and Curtis Lundy - Beatitudes (1983)

Bobby Watson and Curtis Lundy - Beatitudes (1983)
Jazz | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 41 min | 101 MB + 5% Recovery
Label: Evidence | Rel: 1983

Altoist Bobby Watson's third recording as a leader (following obscure efforts during 1977-78 for Roulette and Pye) was the debut release by the tiny New Note label. Teamed up with pianist Mulgrew Miller, bassist Curtis Lundy (the co-leader of the date) and drummer Kenny Washington, the quartet performs five of the altoist's originals, one by Lundy plus the bop standard "Minority." Watson already had a distinctive sound at this early stage and his solos in the advanced hard bop setting are enthusiastic and fairly original. The Scottish Hep label has since reissued this music.

Carmen Lundy - Change (2012)  

Posted by mark70 at March 17, 2012
Carmen Lundy - Change (2012)

Carmen Lundy - Change (2012)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 47:45 min | 103 MB
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz | Label: Afrasia Productions

Carmen Lundy, long considered the foremost jazz vocalist alive today by critics and colleagues alike, has amassed a huge catalog of jazz recordings and compositions over her 35 year career. Carmen Lundy's 12th CD release, and one of her finest ever, features 8 new originals composed and arranged by Carmen Lundy, and one lone standout classic, A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square. Her core band of stellar musicians - Anthony Wonsey on piano, Kenny Davis on bass, and Jamison Ross on drums - and special guest artists Oscar Castro-Neves on guitar, Nolan Shaheed on trumpet and flugelhorn, and George Bohanon on trombone, round out this superb collection of new songs.
John Hicks Trio - I'll Give You Something To Remember Me By... (1987) {2015 Japan Timeless Jazz Master Collection Series}

John Hicks Trio - I'll Give You Something To Remember Me By… (1987) {2015 Japan Timeless Jazz Master Collection Complete Series}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 289 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 122 Mb
Full Artwork @ 600 dpi (png) -> 260 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1987, 2015 Timeless Records / Solid Records Japan / Ultra-Vibe | CDSOL-6405
Jazz / Post Bop / Piano Trio

Reissue with the latest remastering and the original cover artwork. Comes with a description written in Japanese. John Hicks works in some really wonderful company here – a trio with bassist Curtis Lundy and drummer Idris Muhammad – both of whom really add a lot to the date! We're always big fans of Lundy's sound on bass – and his approach here has the same warm-rolling quality you'd find in his own best 80s work – really helping to push Hicks' lyrical agenda on the piano with a rhythmic support that's tremendous. Muhammad's pretty great too – definitely on the understated side of his talents, that nicely subtle sound he developed in the 80s – and Hicks, as always, is more than a cut above most of his contemporaries, and continues a long legacy of extremely soulful work on the keys of the piano.