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Artist: Orchestre National De Jazz & Laurent Cugny
Title: Yester Now
Year Of Release: 1994
Label: Verve Records
Genre: Jazz
Quality: FLAC (tracks) / MP3
Total Time: 57:33 min
Total Size: 301 MB / 132 MB

Tracklist:
01. Yesternow (opening) (2:06)
02. Red China Blues (5:46)
03. Right Off (5:09)
04. Tout De Suite (7:09)
05. Fun (3:13)
06. Lonely Fire (8:55)
07. Go Ahead John (6:12)
08. Zimbabwe (4:43)
09. Konda (7:04)
10. It's About That Time (5:40)
11. Yesternow (ending) (1:58)
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Bandleader. Ranks alongside George Gruntz as prime European contemporary composer, leader. His large orchestra is remniscent of Gil Evans big band in final stages; his pieces have quirky, unpredictable quality, as do his recordings. ~ Ron Wynn

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 Post subject: Orgone - Cali Fever
PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2017 9:07 pm 
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Artist: Orgone
Title: Cali Fever
Year Of Release: 2010
Label: Ubiquity Records
Genre: Afro-beat / Funk / Soul
Quality: FLAC (tracks) / MP3
Total Time: 55:05 min
Total Size: 312 MB / 124 MB

Tracklist:
01. The Last Fool [02:54]
02. Crazy Queen [03:44]
03. Give It Up [02:54]
04. Cali Fever [05:20]
05. Sandstorm [03:20]
06. Overtime [02:57]
07. It's Time Tonight [05:17]
08. Lookout [03:46]
09. Matanza [05:05]
10. The Only One [06:39]
11. Doing Me Wrong [04:50]
12. The Cleaner [08:13]
Band Members:
Fanny Franklin - Lead Vocals
Dan Hastie - Keys
Sergio Rios - Guitar
Stewart Killen - Percussion
Ethan Phillips - Bass
Saan O'Shea - Drums
Darren Cardoza - Trombone
Devin Williams - Trumpet
Joel Bowers - Saxophone
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Orgone are back with Cali Fever, their second album for Ubiquity and a giant step from anything they have ever released in the past. This is a band in ascendancy, with more focus and purpose, and gigging like their lives depend on it.
They pull on hard-nosed, stripped-down, New Orleans influences on tracks like "The Last Fool" and "Crazy Queen." And effortlessly shift gears through more uptempo Afrobeat and Brazilian informed tracks like "Matanza" and summer anthem "It's Time Tonight." Unlike previous releases, Cali Fever features all-original compositions, and no covers. With lead singer Fanny Franklin at the helm, the band rip through soul cuts like "Give It Up" and "Overtime" with a wild West Coast flair.
"Cali Fever refers to the vibes and energy coming out of California, specifically Los Angeles," explains the band. "Coastal environments breed a certain sound, like New Orleans, Brooklyn, the Bay Area, and Miami. Los Angeles has a sound and a feeling for all of us and that's how we approached this record. It's an amalgamation of the eclectic things we've learned & heard mostly growing up in LA. We aspire to represent where we come from."
Emerging from an evergreen Los Angeles soulful musical family (band members have also played with Connie Price and the Keystones, Breakestra, Dakah, Rhythm Roots Allstars, The Lions, the Simple Citizens, etc) Orgone released The Killion Floor, their debut album on Ubiquity in 2007. Tracks like "Dialed Up" and "Funky Nassau" established the bands funk and up-tempo soul credibility worldwide, scoring them an Adidas campaign, and tour dates with Little Brother, and backing-band gigs for The Pharcyde, Plantlife (including a BBC performance for Jools Holland), Bun B, Pharoahe Monche, and New Orleans funk legend Eddie Bo.
Despite its warm reception, their debut album got off to a shaky release with management switches and half the band wrapped-up in tour commitments with other acts. Fortunately the core band members (and fans) never gave up on Orgone who spent the last couple of years re-organizing the line-up (now set at 9 pieces), and working on new material. Their gig schedule eventually picked-up steam which also helped them define their sound. With a deep-rooted appreciation of funk, soul, and Afrobeat, Orgone naturally slide through multiple styles both live and on record. And their intimate understanding and appreciation of DJ culture lends a hard, explosive edge to their music.
"While The Killion Floor was a culmination spanning 4 years of recording, and featuring past members of the band, the new record is much more dialed in and immediate," they explain. "It is a proper representation of what Orgone has developed into, while ascribing to the same vision of honesty & grit we've always aimed for."
Their dynamic live shows, and a huge will to get out and play hard to as many people as possible caught the attention of (concert promoter) Goldenvoice VP David Lefkowitz, who has since taken the band under his wing for management.
Orgone have recently played live on KCRWs Morning Becomes Eclectic, SXSW, and at the New Orleans Jazz Fest. Plus they've opened for the likes of Al Green, Gil Scott-Heron, and Sharon Jones, and toured with the Roots, Greyboy Allstars and Groundation. Their ability to get any crowd on its feet is testament to their eclectic outlook on funk and soul. This is not a retro funk-by-numbers band simply re-hashing the past. Cali Fever is the evolution of a band dedicated to bringing tight, tough and honest get-on-your-feet unpretentious funk and soul music.
Orgone is: Fanny Franklin, Dan Hastie, Sergio Rios, Stewart Killen, Ethan Phillips, Sean O'Shea, Darren Cardoza, Devin Williams, Joel Bowers. This summer they are booked to play at Bonnaroo, High Sierra and Joshua Tree music festivals, with many more in the pipeline. ~ parisdjs.com

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2017 9:38 pm 
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Artist: Original Legends of the Blues
Title: Still Carrying The Flame
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Original Legends of the Blues
Genre: Blues, Texas Blues, Blues-Rock
Quality: Mp3 320 / Flac (image, log, .cue)
Total Time: 46:00
Total Size: 126/328 Mb (covers)

Tracklist:
01. Here Today Gone Tomorrow (3:27)
02. Stay Gone (3:12)
03. Irene Irene (4:15)
04. Royal and St Pete (3:40)
05. Why I Sing The Blues (3:31)
06. My Friend (4:11)
07. Edumacation (4:27)
08. Takin Care Of Business (3:37)
09. Let Me Move You (3:48)
10. The Thrill Is Gone (3:12)
11. Get Out Of Town (4:06)
12. Honey Bee (4:29)
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This is a group of legendary sidemen with nearly 300 years of combined experience in blues music and history. If you want real blues and real blues history from the guys who have lived it, recorded it, and played it every night with the legends, then just take a look at what these guys have accomplished. This new CD takes us from the Delta to present day. It has already been called " Goldilocks" by radio professionals. From the man who helped put Jimi Hendrix in our lives, to other great sidemen from B.B. King, Gatemouth Brown, Mighty Sam McClain, and the list goes on. This is a true Blues fans CD!!

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2017 10:08 pm 
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Artist: Otis Grand
Title: Nothing Else Matters
Year Of Release: 1994
Label: Sequel Records
Genre: Modern Electric Blues
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue+covers) / MP3 CBR 320 kbps
Total Time: 01:03:54 min
Total Size: 464 MB / 157 MB (+5%)

Tracklist:
01. Finish Line
02. Careless Living
03. No Reason
04. 5 to 99 Blues
05. Mother-in-law Blues
06. Marginal Man
07. Looking For A New Baby
08. Things I Forgot to Do
09. Waiting For The Hard Times To Go
10. Coldburn
11. All Night Long
12. Common Sense
13. Days of Old
14. You Win, I Lose
15. Looking Good
Personnel:
Otis Grand - Guitars
Curtis Salgado - Vocals & Harp
Sugar Ray Norcia - Vocals & Harp
Kim Wilson - Vocals
Neil Gouvin - Drums
Mudcat Ward - Bass
Anthony Geraci - Piano & B3
Gordon Beadle - Tenor Sax
Bob Enos - Trumpet
Dave Sholl - Alto Sax
Tom "La Bamba" Mahfood - Bari Sax
Rich Lataille- Alto Sax
George "Leroy" Lewis - Associate Producer

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Artist: Otto A Totland
Title: Pinô
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Sonic Pieces
Genre: Contemporary, Modern Classical, Ambient
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Total Time: 00:31:42
Total Size: 181 mb
Tracklist:
01. Open [2:31]
02. Steps [1:52]
03. Oana [1:38]
04. Solêr [2:36]
05. Aquet [3:40]
06. Weltz [2:15]
07. Pinô [2:46]
08. Seveen [2:42]
09. Ro To [2:22]
10. North Way [2:14]
11. Julie [2:29]
12. Frost [1:59]
13. Bluss [2:07]
14. Flomé [3:00]
15. Âust [2:30]
16. Run [2:21]
17. Jonas [1:20]
18. Closer [2:14]

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Deaf Center's reputation precedes this solo outing by Otto A Totland, who partners with Erik K Skodvin in the long-admired project, one typically characterized as dark ambient above all else. But anyone expecting unsettling soundscaping from Pinô, the first full-length release by Totland, will assuredly find such expectations challenged, to say the least; instead, the solo release presents eighteen concise piano settings whose overall mood is far sunnier than that of the average Deaf Center production.
Throughout the forty-three-minute album, Totland's fluttering notes whisper like the softest of utterances, the most delicate of brushstrokes. Elegant patterns ripple softly, and pauses are generously distributed within a given track. The album's pieces are marked by such a strong degree of unity that without too much difficulty one could regard it as a single, large-scale work of eighteen parts, and in some cases the transitions from one track to the next could go unnoticed in the absence of indexing and the pauses separating the pieces (e.g., the segue from "Seveen" to "Ro To").
Parallels might justifiably be drawn between Totland and Nils Frahm, even if Totland's playing style is more minimal than Frahm's; where they're similar is in the intimate qualities of their music, how up-close to the musician's playing the listener is allowed to feel (in that regard, it's telling that Pinô's instrumentals were, in fact, recorded, mixed, and mastered at Durton Studios by none other than Frahm). The action of the piano keys is clearly audible, as is ambient hiss (especially pronounced in "Flomé"), in-studio noise (an errant cough even punctuates "Âust"), and additional real-world sounds, such as the crow caw that pierces the quietude of "Julie." The ambient haze that blurs the piano's definition in "Aquet" suggests the piece could very well be Totland's homage to Harold Budd, given how much it evokes the sound of the latter.
Totland's music is at times irresistibly pretty, a perfect example of which is the gently lilting title track, and though Pinô exudes a general sense of melancholy, it's also an album of subtly varying moods, among them ruminative ("Solêr"), dreamy ("Bluss"), stately ("Seveen"), and even playful ("Jonas"); some pieces, such as "North Way," appear to tell miniature stories, even if ones abstract in nature. In Deaf Center, Totland's piano contributions act as a welcome counterpoint to Skodvin's dark soundsculpting. Totland's solo outing, on the other hand, allows his playing to be heard in all its introspective glory.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2017 11:09 pm 
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Artist: Charlie Musselwhite
Title: Delta Hardware
Year Of Release: 2006
Label: Real World Records
Genre: Blues, Electric Blues, Harmonica Blues
Quality: Flac (image, log, .cue)
Total Time: 40:03
Total Size: 339 Mb (covers)

Tracklist:
01. Church Is Out
02. One Of These Mornings
03. Sundown
04. Black Water
05. Clarksdale Boogie
06. Just A Feeling
07. Gone Too Long
08. Invisible Ones
09. Town To Town
10. Blues For Yesterday
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While Charlie Musselwhite has always been an adventurous musician -- take into consideration his fine Cuban inflected Continental Drifter, the Americana drenched One Night In America, and the rollicking rock and soul on Sanctuary -- the Delta of his upbringing has never been left out of the mix entirely. Musselwhite may have had a reason to dig so deeply into the hard-edged roots of Delta by way of Chicago blues on this set: he lost both his parents in 2005. The CD booklet is filled with pictures of the sites of his life in Mississippi. Delta Hardware was recorded with Musselwhite's road band, and it has the feeling of motion along with its looking into the past. Guitarist Chris "Kid" Andersen, bassist Randy Bermudes, and drummer June Core hop into the heart of the electric trancelike blues that have been a part of Musselwhite's backbone his entire performing career. The question is, why didn't he record with these guys before? Delta Hardware is a raw, squalling album heavy on brittle guitars, trancelike rhythms, and of course, Musselwhite's harmonica filling the gaps where his world-weary voice shouts, hollers, and bellows. Musselwhite and band dig deep here. The set opens with the strolling minor-key rock & roll blues of "Church Is Out," where Musselwhite offers an autobiographical sketch with boasts worthy of Jay Z. This shimmy shaking electric blues is merely a portent of things to come. On the track that follows, "One of These Mornings," all hell breaks loose. A call and response between Musselwhite and Andersen shuffles like a train off the track to Core's triple-time drums. When he sings, it's more like a roar; unfettered, full of power and the grit necessary to wail above a band playing their asses off. His harp solo is just a scorcher, and it all happens in two-minutes-and-thirty-seconds. "Sundown" is a classic one-four-five shuffle, but with dueling slide guitars popping over the top of Musselwhite's voice. The blunt edge of the blade comes home to roost on "Black Water," where Musselwhite, his harp, and Andersen's guitars are a wandering band of prophets from the old testament warning of the perils of the present age; Musselwhite sounds sad but determined; he's unflinching in his terror-vision and it is bleak. The music is sad as well; it's trancelike, Junior Kimbrough-styled -- repetitive, percussive, snaky -- and when it's time for his brief harp solo, the instrument sounds like it's weeping. Little Walter's "Just a Feeling" is just plain slow and mean. It's a swampy moaner and Andersen's guitars are like fine forged steel with a serrated edge. When Musselwhite digs into his spoken word bag over the tough-assed blues as on the opener and "Invisible Ones," there's not a second that doesn't work. His jeremiad is pure working-class poetry. There is proof in the pudding too, where the crowd expresses its appreciation for the hip-shaking "Clarksdale Boogie," recorded at Red's Juke Joint in that very town. Delta Hardware is the kind of record only a veteran could make, full of backbone, spit and vinegar; it is an early candidate for blues record of the year.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2017 11:40 pm 
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Artist: Cliff Stevens
Title: Cliff Stevens
Year Of Release: 2009
Label: Red Flagg
Genre: Blues, Electric Blues, Blues Rock
Quality: Mp3/320 kbps
Total Time: 59:08
Total Size: 147 Mb

Tracklist:
1. Why You So Mean To Me
2. That's What Love Will Make You Do
3. Tell Me
4. Got To Be Some Changes Made
5. I Get Evil
6. Evening
7. Finger Express
8. Don't Do Me No More
9. Blinded By the Sun
10. Since I Met You
11. Don't Walk Away
12. Crying My Heart Out
13. Said the Wrong Thing
14. Change the World
15. I'm Tore Down
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Award-winning blues guitarist Cliff Stevens delivers a mix of electrifying blues guitar classics and melodic blues & rock original compositions with raspy and poignant vocals. Think Eric Clapton meets Albert King - the best of both worlds!

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Artist: Overdream
Title: Miracles On Schedule
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Avatar Records
Genre: Psychedelic
Quality: Mp3 / 320kbps
Total Time: 82:31 min
Total Size: 190 MB

Tracklist
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01. Miracles On Schedule (09:09)
02. Time Atom (08:39)
03. Sonoluminescense (08:56)
04. Choose Light (07:36)
05. True Story, Bro (07:50)
06. Spaced Out (08:19)
07. Spirit Is A Wonderful Thing (09:02)
08. The Shroom Room (07:34)
09. Anticipated Memories (07:41)
10. Dream Inside A Dream (feat. Ocelot) (07:41)
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Avatar and Overdream are marking 10 years for the band, with a second full-length album Miracles on Schedule.
Overdream have been an aural compass for years, and is considered to be one of the center pillars of psytrance in The Ukraine. They have received a warm welcome after various singles and releases, and their debut Wonderwise album. Their timeless tribute to Timothy Leary is a bold example of the musical level and performance abilities.
Miracles on Schedule is an electric and powerful album, 10 brand new psy- tech top edge tracks, tailor made, according to the classic Overdream recipe.
MOS delivers a new peak and dimension of sound. It is hard evidence that stands side by side in the front row of artists who manage to stay a step ahead from the sound of today. Powerful material and ideas, crusted into organic and lively compositions. Well produced refreshing psytrance at its best.
Unlike Wonderwise, this time Overdream, a mastering specialist and studio wizard, who usually masters projects for others, has chosen to master his own album himself, in order to cram in his personal sound taste and concept. The result speaks for itself.
We feel this album is a must for their followers, and for everyone that can appreciate quality psytrance.

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Artist: Exit 9
Title: Straight Up [Japan]
Year Of Release: 2014 (1975)
Label: Solid Records [CDSOL-5790]
Genre: Funk, Soul, R&B
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue,log)
Mp3
Total Time: 35:49
Total Size: 279 MB
102 MB (Scans)

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The one and only album by Exit 9, an obscure funk combo who recorded this rare set for Brunswick in 1975. The group is extremely tight instrumentally, working at a very fast funky clip that's kind of similar to work by Bohannon or Sound Experience, both of whom shared Exit 9's pre-disco approach to dancefloor grooves. Most numbers have vocals, and instrumentation includes lots of nice guitar work that keeps a rawer edge on the tracks! Tracks include MFB, Miss Funky Fox, Fly, Julie I Love You, Jive Man, and Rhapsody in Funk.

Tracklist:
01. Jive Man 5:08
02. Straight Up 3:21
03. Julie I Love You 3:48
04. Fly 3:41
05. Miss Funky Fox 3:39
06. Thoughts Of You 5:10
07. I Love You! I Love You Completely 3:06
08. Rhapsody In Funk 3:43
09. M.F.B 4:11

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Artist: Ozone Cocktail
Title: Anything May Come
Year Of Release: 2007
Label: Soyuz Music
Genre: Indie Pop, House, Lounge
Quality: FLAC [16bit/44.1kHz]
Total Time: 57:28
Total Size: 414 MB

Tracklist:
01. Hi!
02. Mimicry
03. At The Land's End
04. Talk To The Silence
05. Columbia Sun
06. Tropical Moth
07. Dancing Of Spirits
08. Calypso
09. Before The End
10. Not An Angel
11. Madame Mope (techno-swing mix)
12. Mimicry (techno-hause mix)
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