Marc Nelson

Phyllis Nelson - I Like You (1986)  Music

Posted by JET 1 at Dec. 17, 2016
Phyllis Nelson - I Like You (1986)

Phyllis Nelson - I Like You (1986)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Image) +CUE, LOG | 443 MB | Covers Included
Genre: Disco, Funk, Soul,Pop | Label: Carrere/King Record [Japan] | Catalog Number: K32Y-2022

Singer Phyllis Nelson recorded the dance classic "I Like You" on Carrere Records. It was a huge dance hit for the Philadelphia vocalist, charting number 65 R&B in late 1985. "Move Closer" and "Don't Stop the Train," among others. Her son, Marc Nelson, was a pre-stardom member of Boyz II Men, had a 1991 number 26 R&B hit with "I Want You," and had a 1999 Columbia album, Chocolate Mood.

MSC Marc 2014.2 with Documentation  Software

Posted by scutter at Nov. 3, 2015
MSC Marc 2014.2 with Documentation

MSC Marc 2014.2 with Documentation | 1.0 Gb

MSC Software Corp. has announced the 2014.2 release of Marc, its general-purpose, nonlinear finite element analysis (FEA) solution for simulating part and product behavior under static, dynamic and multiphysics loading conditions. The Marc 2014.2 release, in conjunction with the Adams 2015 release from MSC, provides a new solution to systems that involve both nonlinear structural analysis requiring the power of Marc and nonlinear multi-body dynamics (MBD) as provided by Adams.

Tyka Nelson - Royal Blue (1988)  Music

Posted by TestTickles at Oct. 29, 2015
Tyka Nelson - Royal Blue (1988)

Tyka Nelson - Royal Blue (1988)
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 80 mb
Genre: soul, R&B, pop

Royal Blue is the 1988 debut CD from Tyka Nelson, the sister of Prince Rogers Nelson. Tyka released this in the same year Prince released Lovesexy. The album features two songs produced by funkmaster Larry Graham.

Systematic Sounds Marc Romboy Sound Museum TR-808 [WAV REX AiFF]  Software

Posted by blizzards at May 18, 2015
Systematic Sounds Marc Romboy Sound Museum TR-808 [WAV REX AiFF]

Systematic Sounds Marc Romboy Sound Museum TR-808 | WAV REX AiFF | 1.4 GB

Many musicians call the Roland TR-808 drumcomputer affectionately the bass queen and this pseudonym is without any doubt a warrantable expression. After its release in 1980 it first became a slow seller and people preferred the more natural and powerful sounding Linn-L1 instead of the rather artificial chinking Roland machine.

MSC Marc 2014.0.0 (64bit)  Software

Posted by scutter at Jan. 2, 2015
MSC Marc 2014.0.0 (64bit)

MSC Marc 2014.0.0 (64bit) | 1.0 Gb

MSC Software Corp. has announced the 2014 release of Marc, its general-purpose, nonlinear finite element analysis (FEA) solution for simulating part and product behavior under static, dynamic and multiphysics loading conditions. Marc 2014, according to the company, introduces a new 3D crack propagation capability to more accurately predict failure in products.
Marc Tanner Band, The - No Escape (Elektra 6E-168) (Vinyl 24-96 & 16-44.1)

Marc Tanner Band, The - No Escape
FLAC | Artwork | 24Bit 96kHz: 800 MB | 16Bit 44.1kHz: 268 MB
Cat#: Elektra 6E-168 | Country/Year: US 1979
Genre: Rock, AOR | Hoster: Hotfile/Filesonic

In the fashion of bands like Boz Scaggs, this album runs the gamut from soft rock to rockers to the etherial. With great musicians behind him (especially the very underrated Richie Zito) Marc Tanner has put out a classic album that hardly anybody has ever heard or even heard of.

Leon Russell & Marc Benno - Asylum Choir II - 1971 (1995)  Music

Posted by mfrwiz at Feb. 25, 2010
Leon Russell & Marc Benno - Asylum Choir II - 1971 (1995)

Leon Russell & Marc Benno - Asylum Choir II - 1971 (1995)
Lossless (Flac Image File + Cue + Log + Audio Identifier Report): 306 Mb | EAC Secure Mode Rip | Mp3 (Fraunhofer IIS - 320 kbps): 117 Mb | Scans | Rar Files (3% Recovery)
Audio CD (July 3, 1995) - Format: Original Recording Remastered - Number of Discs: 1 - Label: The Right Stuff - Catalog Number: T2-34029
Rock, Rock/Pop
Hector Berlioz, Benvenuto Cellini - Di Donato, Orchestre National de France, Nelson

Hector Berlioz, Benvenuto Cellini - Di Donato, Orchestre National de France, Nelson
EAC Rip | APE, CUE, LOG | HQ Covers + Libretto | 3 CD | 900 MB
Classical | Virgin Classics | Catalog Number: 0724354570629 | 2004

This recording presents–almost–Berlioz's original thoughts on this very complicated opera (which went through more than a dozen versions, with additions and subtractions, in the composer's lifetime), although conductor John Nelson also adds an aria or two Berlioz later added, making it somewhat different from the version recorded by Philips under Sir Colin Davis a little over 30 years ago. If I had to choose one of these two superb performances, it would be this: the opera's odd rhythms are more strongly underlined by Nelson, the whole work seems more lively, and the comic moments are genuinely funny. And the singing is superb, with Patrizia Ciofi a simply great, light-toned Teresa, Gregory Kunde tackling the title role and singing as impressively as Gedda did for Davis, and Joyce di Donato singing Ascanio's music as well as you'll ever hear it. The darker-voiced roles are equally well taken, with Laurent Naouri's Balducci particularly vivid. The orchestral playing, choral singing, and ensemble work and sonics are first rate. This is a superb recording, presenting Berlioz's odd masterwork brilliantly.
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Art by Elmer Nelson Bischoff  Graphics

Posted by Alexpal at Sept. 14, 2009
Art by Elmer Nelson Bischoff

Art by Elmer Nelson Bischoff
20 JPG | ~800x800 | 3 Mb

Elmer Nelson Bischoff (July 9, 1916 – March 2, 1991) was a visual artist in the San Francisco Bay Area. Bischoff, along with Richard Diebenkorn and David Park, was part of the post-World War II generation of artists who started as abstract painters and found their way back to figurative art.
Oliver Nelson Sextet - Screamin' The Blues (1960/2006/2014) [Official Digital Download]

Oliver Nelson Sextet - Screamin' The Blues (1960/2006/2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/44,1 kHz | Time - 39:54 minutes | 504 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet
Rudy Van Gelder Remaster - 2006

Posterity remembers Oliver Nelson primarily as an arranger/conductor. When he first began to attract attention with a series of albums for Prestige and its subsidiaries, however, Nelson was hailed as a versatile leader of small groups and a composer/instrumentalist who could refresh the music’s traditional verities while also looking ahead. There is no better showcase for these skills among his initial sessions than Screamin’ the Blues, a rousing set of funky modernism interpreted by a sextet of players who shared Nelson’s allegiance to both virtuosity and vision.