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PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2017 10:27 am 
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Artist: B.B. King & Eric Clapton
Title: Riding With the King
Year Of Release: 2000
Label: Reprise
Genre: Blues, Blues Rock
Quality: FLAC (tracks) [24 Bit/88,2 kHz]
Total Time: 61:13
Total Size: 1,27 GB

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The winner of the 2000 Grammy for Best Traditional Blues Album, Riding with the King brings together two of the greatest, most influential blues guitarists of all time in a heart-felt exploration of blues standards. A true blues classic, the album was as commercial successful as it was critically acclaimed-shooting to #1 on Billboard's Top Blues Albums Chart and certified 2X Multi-Platinum.

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01 Riding With The King 4:23
02 Ten Long Years 4:40
03 Key To The Highway 3:40
04 Marry You 4:59
05 Three O'Clock Blues 8:36
06 Help The Poor 5:06
07 I Wanna Be 4:45
08 Worried Life Blues 4:25
09 Days Of Old 3:00
10 When My Heart Beats Like A Hammer 7:09
11 Hold On I'm Coming 6:19
12 Come Rain Or Come Shine 4:11

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2017 10:58 am 
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Artist: Night Ranger
Title: Dawn Patrol
Year Of Release: 2002-11-13 (1982)
Label: Universal International (Japan)
Genre: Pop/Rock, Arena Rock, Hard Rock
Quality: FLAC (img.+.cue+.log)
MP3 320kbps
Total Time: 40:33
Total Size: 416,67
216,68 Mb (Full Scans)

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Unlike many of their pop-metal contemporaries, Night Ranger's early work has aged quite well, and this excellent 1982 debut is a well-kept secret of the genre. Dripping with hooks and irresistible choruses, "Don't Tell Me You Love Me," "Sing Me Away," and "Young Girl in Love" are simply outstanding songs. Anyone doubting the band's ability to rock out need only listen to the vicious bursts of "Eddie's Comin' Out Tonight" and "Play Rough." And despite offering the mandatory power ballad in "Call My Name" (which is actually quite good), the band rarely allow the album's intensity level to lag. ~Review by Eduardo Rivadavia~

Release of the album: 1982 [LP MCA Records, Cat.# MCA-5460, USA]
Release of this CD: 2002, November, 13 [CD Universal International (Japan), Cat.# UICY-3731 / UPC: 4988005317216]
Universal International, A Universal Music Company (p) 1982 MCA Records
Marketed by Victor Entertainment, Inc.
Made in Japan
Credits:
Art Direction, Design - Jeff Lancaster
Bass, Lead Vocals - Jack Blades
Drums, Lead Vocals - Kelly Keagy
Engineer - John Van Nest
Guitar - Jeff Watson
Guitar, Vocals - Brad Gillis
Keyboards, Vocals - Alan Fitzgerald
Mastered By - Brian Gardner
Photography By - Shorty Wilcox, Val Gelineau
Producer - Pat Glasser
Written-By - Jack Blades, Kelly Keagy (tracks: 2, 3, 5, 7)
Tracklist:
01. Don't Tell Me You Love Me (04:23)
(Jack Blades)
02. Sing Me Away (04:10)
(Jack Blades / Kelly Keagy)
03. At Night She Sleeps (04:13)
(Jack Blades / Kelly Keagy)
04. Call My Name (03:45)
(Jack Blades)
05. Eddie's Comin' Out Tonight (04:26)
(Jack Blades)
06. Can't Find Me A Thrill (03:22)
(Jack Blades)
07. Young Girl In Love (03:35)
(Jack Blades / Kelly Keagy)
08. Play Rough (04:16)
(Jack Blades)
09. Penny (03:48)
(Jack Blades)
10. Night Ranger (04:32)
(Jack Blades)

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2017 11:28 am 
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Artist: Holly Hyatt & Jon Burden
Title: Shufflin' The Blues
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Flood Plane Records
Genre: Acoustic/Electric Blues
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 38:36
Total Size: 101 MB

Tracklist:
1. Blow Wind Blow (Live) (5:14)
2. Mother Earth Blues (Live) (4:53)
3. Let's Boogie (Live) (3:24)
4. Lowdown Blues (Live) (4:51)
5. Come On In My Kitchen (Live) (4:39)
6. Get Your Own Man (Live) (2:50)
7. Left Handed Soul (Live) (4:36)
8. Black Crow (Live) (4:53)
9. Slushy Blues (Live) (3:12)
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Shufflin' The Blues is the third official release from Holly Hyatt and Jon Burden.
Formerly known as Holly and Jon and billing themselves as primarily an acoustic act, Holly Hyatt and Jon Burden showcase the electric side of their music with this album. By plugging their instruments in and adding a percussionist, the sound of the duo leans more towards that of the west side Chicago blues trio's of the early 60's (Otis Rush, Magic Sam, Freddie King). Recorded live in front of an intimate audience, the result is a 9 song tour DE' force that pays tribute to Chicago blues, Delta blues and home style original blues.
The album contains 5 electric tracks, 3 acoustic tracks and a slide guitar piece. The first 2 tracks, the Muddy Waters classic, Blow Wind Blow and Memphis Slim's, Mother Earth Blues, are pure Chicago blues and Hyatt and Burden share the lead vocal while Holly anchors the bottom end with her solid, shuffling bass lines. Allowing Jon to lay down some tasty and fiery lead guitar work.
Holly Hyatt and Jon Burden are based out of British Columbia, Canada and work as an acoustic duo and electric trio. They have played on shows with artists such as, Harry Manx. David Gogo, Paul Reddick, Jeff Healey, Colin James, Jim Byrnes, Ruthie Foster, Sonny Rhodes, Rita Chiarelli and Leon Russell.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2017 11:59 am 
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Artist: European Jazz Trio
Title: Sonata
Year Of Release: 2004
Label: M&I
Genre: Jazz / Classical
Quality: FLAC (tracks) / MP3
Total Time: 52:34 min
Total Size: 275 MB / 120 MB

Tracklist:
01. Sonata (5:26)
02. Largo (4:25)
03. La Campanella (3:49)
04. The Maiden's Prayer (5:22)
05. Fur Elise (5:05)
06. Jesus, Joy of Man's Desiring (3:55)
07. Raindrop (5:29)
08. Serenade (5:15)
09. The Swan Lake (4:17)
10. Chanson de l'Adieu (4:57)
11. Ballade No.1 (4:36)
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2017 12:29 pm 
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Artist: Nii Noi Nortey Trio
Title: 03.01.16
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: OTOroku / DS047
Genre: Free Jazz, Avant-Garde
Quality: FLAC [16bit/44.1kHz]
Total Time: 1:07:22
Total Size: 250 MB

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1. Set 1 (30.36) Nii Noi Nortey
2. Set 2 (36.46) Nii Noi Nortey / David Panton / Mark Sanders
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Ghanaian sculptor, inventor, and avant-garde multi-instrumentalist Nii Noi Nortey performs solo and in trio with Mark Sanders and David Panton. Nii Noi's solo soundscapes a vivid journey through West Africa using traditional instruments, before adding his own adaptions and afrifon inventions in the trio. Although this is the first time Nii Noi and David have improvised with Mark the trio immediately find an unerring natural groove that moves effortlessly through free-improvisation, free-jazz, world music and African inspired melodic and percussive patterns.

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Artist: Nik Bartsch's Ronin
Title: Llyria
Year Of Release: 2010
Label: ECM Records
Genre: Contemporary Jazz
Quality: FLAC (tracks) / MP3
Total Time: 56:10 min
Total Size: 303 MB / 128 MB

Tracklist:
01. Modul 48
02. Modul 52
03. Modul 55
04. Modul 47
05. Modul 53
06. Modul 51
07. Modul 49_44
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'Llyria' is the third album from Nik Bartsch's Ronin and follows on from 'Stoa' and 'Holon', the ECM recordings that established the exciting young Swiss band on the international scene. Leader and pianist Nik Bartsch's "modular" pieces still define the context of the group's music but the committed input of the individual Ronin members has lifted the work to the next level, blurring the distinctions between composition, improvisation and interpretation.
Although this is his third album for ECM, Swiss pianist Nik Bartsch has been releasing albums of what he calls "zen funk" or "ritual groove music" since 2001. Sparse but always elegant, his compositions are pared-to-the-bone affairs consisting of crisply constructed acoustic piano patterns occasionally wreathed in electric Fender Rhodes ghost notes.
Against slivers of melodies graced with a Satie-like simplicity, the rest of the musicians tug and gnaw at the rhythmic opportunities his pieces gleefully expose. In another situation the brass player, Sha, might be expected to run away with freewheeling solos; but here, like every other musician in the group, he stays close to the immediate space around the themes. His sax offers up soaring notes of purest silver, whilst his parping contra-bass clarinet often digs deep, doubling Bjorn Meyer's subterranean bass guitar runs.
Sometimes the pair will lock horns, and then go in and out of phase with Bartsch's constantly tumbling rhythms. This creates a complex hive of activity that's both hugely entertaining and deeply rewarding.
Similarly, drummer Kaspar Rast, who has worked with Bartsch since they were kids, keeps rock-solid time with only the most minimal of rolls and twists around the kit, keenly wedded to the less-is-more principle. With percussionist Andi Pupato adding exotic metallic dissonances and brilliantly imaginative counterpoints, their grooves quickly establish a relentless quality that sweeps up everything in its path.
With everything so tightly controlled, it can sometimes feels akin to being inside a large, perfectly-turned clockwork mechanism. Yet it's this painstakingly created environment where even the tiniest of shifts in time or motion take on an almost cathartic grandeur.
Frequently astonishing in the depth and richness of its conception, Bartsch's grasp and exploitation of tension and release is fascinating. His music thrillingly combines a Steve Reich-like minimalist aesthetic with the kind of effortless funk-punch reminiscent of a Headhunters-era Herbie Hancock. That said, nobody currently on the scene comes close to sounding like this remarkable, and remarkably accessible, outfit. -- Sid Smith

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2017 1:30 pm 
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Artist: Nikoletta Szoke
Title: A Song for You
Year Of Release: 2009
Label: Atelier Sawano
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz
Quality: Mp3 320 / Flac (tracks, log, .cue)
Total Time: 59:15
Total Size: 150/357 Mb (covers)

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01. A Song for You (Russell) - 5:06
02. Waltz for Debby (Evans-Lees) - 5:06
03. If I Were a Bell (Loesser) - 3:42
04. Time After Time (Cahn-Styne) - 3:56
05. Everytime We Say Goodbye (Porter) - 5:45
06. I've Grown Accustomed to His Face (Loewe-Lerner) - 3:30
07. Summer Night (Warren-Dubin) - 3:08
08. Almost Like Being in Love (Loewe-Lerner) - 3:16
09. I Didn't Know What Time It Was (Rodgers-Hart) - 4:05
10. Just the Way You Are (Joel) - 4:30
11. Nobody Else But Me (Kern-Hammerstein) - 4:21
12. Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most (Wolf-Landesman) - 5:37
13. The Look of Love (Bacharach) - 7:13
Nikoletta Szoke - vocals
Robert Lakatos - piano
Thomas Stabenow - bass
Klaus Weiss - drums
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Nikoletta Szőke is a young Hungarian jazz singer with a pure, emotive voice and a bright future. Born in 1983 in Hungary into a musical Gypsy family, she showed talent at an early age. She found and began singing jazz after high school, and in 2005 won the first prize and the public prize in the Shure Montreux Jazz Voice Competition. A label that searches for new talent far and wide, Atelier Sawano is now introducing her to jazz fans in Japan and beyond.
Following her self-produced debut CD, Golden Earrings, comes a full-fledged new album produced for Atelier Sawano by the late Klaus Weiss, a superb German drummer who helped create many of Sawano's great jazz albums. Szőke is also aided by Weiss' frequent partner and bassist Thomas Stabenow, and a fellow Hungarian and wonderful pianist Robert Lakatos. Those familiar with the Sawano discography will realize that this is indeed a superb piano trio!
Such talented and experienced musicians, however, do not seem to faze Szőke, who is undoubtedly the star of this recording. Unlike her previous album that reflected her eclectic musical interests, she sticks mostly to standards (except for the title song by Leon Russell and "Just The Way You Are" by Billy Joel), and she sings and swings them confidently. No wonder this CD became a big hit in Japan!

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Artist: Nils
Title: City Groove
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Baja Records
Genre: Smooth Jazz
Quality: FLAC / MP3
Total Time: 52:02 min
Total Size: 344 MB / 126 MB

Tracklist:
01. City Groove [4:40]
02. Casablanca [3:43]
03. Sunset Blvd [4:11]
04. Let's Bounce [3:51]
05. Funk In Da House [4:17]
06. Get On The Dance Floor [4:37]
07. Red Wine And Sunsets [4:44]
08. Call Me [4:38]
09. Have An Attitude [4:10]
10. Soul 2 Soul [5:26]
11. Up And Away [4:14]
12. The Alchemist [3:25]
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In the seven years since Munich-born, Los Angeles-based guitarist Nils became a fixture in the smooth jazz genre via his massive radio hit "Pacific Coast Highway," he hasn't become the A-list fixture at the big festivals and all-star cruises as he should be -- but his consistency in composing and recording funked-out, super-crisp electric guitar gems that soothe as they groove has been formidable. Perhaps it's because he set a high bar for himself writing a book called How to Make Your Guitar Talk. Or maybe because, as on the dynamic and infectious City Groove, he's always working with and drawing inspiration from an incredible array of all-star musical cohorts. From the simmering, brass-fired rock-soul of the title track through the bluesy old-school soul-jazz romp "Funk in da House," Nils' fluid and crackling lines dance and dart over the pockets created alternately by Ricky Lawson and Simon Phillips (drums) working with Alex Al and Darryl Jones (bass). Mitch Forman's piano and organ spots add a rich jazz and blues depth to Nils' lighthearted (but just gritty enough) pop/rock vibe. In a happy surprise of a moment, a duet between Nils and fellow genre guitar star Jeff Golub is a soaring thoughtful ballad, full of eloquent expression (think a classic crying Eric Clapton ballad) rather than a hard rock free-for-all (which these two could have done in a heartbeat). That single track adds a powerful emotional balance to the set -- and adds dynamic heart and soul to this glorious romp through the city grooves the title promises. -- Jonathan Widran -- AllMusic.com

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Artist: Nima Farahmand Bafi
Title: Persian Inspirations
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Animato
Genre: Classical, Piano
Quality: mp3 320 kbps
Total Time: 01:07:02
Total Size: 153 mb

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01. Persian Fantasy
02. Fantasy on "Torkaman" by Hossein Alīzādeh
03. Polonaise, Op. 53
04. Hommage à Kayam
05. Hungarian Rhapsody, S. 244 No. 12
06. Persian Poem No. 1
07. Persian Poem No. 2
08. Gayaneh: Prelude and Lezginka (Arr. for Piano)
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Artist: Nina Diaz
Title: The Beat Is Dead
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Alternative
Genre: Cosmica Records
Quality: mp3 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:50:16
Total Size: 115 mb

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01. Trick Candle
02. Queen Beats King
03. Rebirth
04. January 9th
05. Fall in Love
06. Young Man
07. It
08. Screaming Without a Sound
09. Down
10. Dig
11. Star
12. For You
13. Morticians Musician
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